PACS/RIS System Administrator
Southern Regional Health - Riverdale, GA

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Job Summary:
Under the guidance of the director,the PACS/RIS System Administrator will assist with operating, and supporting assigned application of a Picture Archive Communication System (PACS) and RIS System. Will be responsible for the preparation and presentation of project status reports to various audiences. The PACS/RIS System Administrator will coach and train or coordinate the training of all other SRMC technical, clerical and administrative personnel into the proper utilization of PACS and RIS. Will work closely with Diagnostic Imaging staff, Information Technology Division staff, SRHS personnel, and vendors to optimize the quality and cost effectiveness of assigned application systems.

Is responsible for the day-to-day management of the radiology information systems used within Diagnostic Imaging. This specialist serves as the main point of contact in the Radiology department for PACS/RIS related issues and resolutions.

Bachelor's degree preferred. Must be a graduate of an accredited school of Radiologic Technology and be a registered technologist registered by the American Registry of Radiology Technology (ARRT). A minimum of 2 years of radiology experience. Minimum of 2 years experience installing and supporting PACS/RIS. Must also be knowledgeable of Diagnostic Imaging work processes/flows, and regulatory requirements within the Radiology department. Previous experience supporting/utilizing radiology related information systems including HBOC Star/AGFA PACS preferred. Project Management, systems analysis, design, development, and implementation experience preferred. Proficient knowledge of personal computers, hospital software applications, and Microsoft Office software applications also required.

Additional qualifications:
Good verbal, written, analytical and mathematics skills. Must have excellent communication, organizational and problem solving skills and have the ability to work harmoniously with others.

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