Clinical Analyst ? Eclipsys XA Implementation
Making it Possible
The University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell
Behind every patient success story - before every clinical breakthrough - stands the unparalleled team of professionals at New York's #1 Hospital.
With leading specialists in every field of medicine, the advances pioneered at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital (NYP) have improved the lives of people everywhere. Uniting the power of two renowned medical centers – NYP/Columbia University Medical Center and NYP/Weill Cornell Medical Center - we deliver the highest level of inpatient, ambulatory and preventative care.
Be one of the people who make it possible.
Responsibilities - Weill
Award-Winning Health Care IT: You Make It Possible
100 Best Organizational Users of Information Technology - Technology Magazine (2011) Step into a pace-setting organization where IT professionals harness technology for swift clinical results. Transform your career at NewYork-Presbyterian. The Clinical Analyst is the liaison between clinical end users and the clinical information systems team to provide support during an implementation phase, as well as ongoing user requests for system changes. - Analyze and evaluate end-user workflow and provide guidance on how clinical automation could facilitate existing workflow. Identify 'areas for improvement' and determine effective solutions for implementing the EMR system. - Develop detailed design specifications for all configuration requests and coordinate all interaction with the clinical user community during system build. - Detailed testing for all configuration work, both during the build cycle in development and post-production validation. - Participate in functional and integrated testing of all software upgrades, enhancements, service packs and hotfixes as assigned. - Provide ad-hoc user-training sessions as needed for some projects that do not require official COLE training - Provide activation support in the unit/clinic/area as users begin using the EMR system. May involve off-hour shifts as part of a 24x7 activation support. - Provide second-tier support center assistance to trouble-shoot and resolve system/workflow problems (ongoing production support) -Provide weekly status reports to management team on project status, issue tracking, project risks and associated mitigation strategies. Position requires the knowledge normally acquired through completion of a Bachelor's degree and minimum of 3 years previous work-related experience. Prior experience working in a healthcare setting is a plus. Ability to perform tasks on schedule according to project plans and timeframes, prioritizing based on department goals. Ability to work closely with the clinical user community (i.e. physicians, nursing, ancillary departments and others) to determine key business requirements. Ability to lead project teams and committees through design-build-test-activate stages of a project. Excellent verbal and written communication, interpersonal and analytical skills. Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite, Visio strongly desired. Bring your strong organizational, communication and technical skills, and demonstrate thorough knowledge of hospital IT systems. Enjoy benefits ranging from hospital retirement contributions to housing assistance and financial planning assistance. Apply and start your journey, today.
Equal Employment Opportunity
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
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