Clinical Analyst

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  • North Kansas City Hospital
  • IT APPLICATIONS
  • Professional-Non Clinical
  • DAYS
  • M-F
  • FT
  • Req #: 22921-17888
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SUMMARY: Under the direction of Clinical Informatics Coordinator and Director, is responsible for the development and day to day operations of the Electronic Medical Record and processes. Provides proactive management of complex applications in a highly integrated environment. In addition to performing day-to-day clinical application support responsibilities, this position serves a consultative role for customers; working with end-users to design efficient workflows that make the most of available automation. The Clinical systems analyst is responsible for running customer facing Change Advisory Boards, Change Control and for maintaining customer engagement.
 
This Application Analyst position on our Laboratory Informatics team will support laboratory workflows at North Kansas City Hospital and external laboratory interfaces for Meritas Clinics.  Requires in-depth knowledge of Oracle Health PathNet solutions (Specimen Management, General Lab, Blood Bank Transfusion, Microbiology, and Anatomic Pathology) including design and maintenance.  Experience with Charge Services, Clinical Reporting, Medical Device Interfaces, Foreign System Interfaces, Discern Rules, and CCL is helpful.  Ability to manage small Change Advisory Board and serve as Change Manager for assigned solutions ensuring change process is followed and documented.  MLS(ASCP) certification or equivalent is preferred. On-call duties are shared on a weekly rotating schedule. This position does allow partial remote work after onboarding, with onsite duties for various testing, training, important meetings, and other events as needed.


EXPERIENCE: Minimum 2 years experience with computer applications. Minimum of 2 years clinical experience specific to Clinical Analysts position. Experience in troubleshooting software and/or hardware. Knowledge of Cerner software applications preferred.

SPECIAL SKILLS: Cerner Millennium; Software Tools-MS Office Suite; Excellent interpersonal skills; self-directed; Ability to multi-task and problem solve.

OTHER: Conflict Management/Negotiation skills, Quality Improvement Methodologies. Strong interpersonal and communication skills, ability to speak effectively in groups and interact professionally in a variety of settings.

EDUCATION: Required: Bachelors - Clinical Field of Practice
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