The Clinical Applications Analyst II (Radiant) provides advanced support of the Epic Radiant application related to the acquisition and use of assigned Clinical application/systems modules. In performing duties and tasks, the incumbent applies specific Radiology clinical and workflow knowledge, to ensure effective and optimal use of the Radiant module, incorporation of enhancements or process improvements, all in collaboration with senior members of MHS' Clinical implementation/support teams. The Clinical Applications Analysts may participate and occasionally lead any phase of both large and small projects; is accountable for the success of assigned tasks; operate assigned system modules; and assist with user understanding of Radiant and impacted applications. The Clinical Applications Analyst also functions as a point of user contact for Information Services and Imaging Department leadership, and is accountable for specific customer/user satisfaction. Individuals within this job classification may also assist with specific Clinical Training materials, educating staff, physicians and others as such are related to relevant information systems and services.
The incumbent will be expected to collaborate and work with teams that impact the Radiant module, as well as teams impacted by Radiant related build, in both workflow and technical analysis.
Understanding of key Imaging Department business applications and related information technologies.
Understanding of Imaging Department clinical and operational workflows.
Two to three years' experience as a programmer/analyst, systems analyst, technical specialist, or equivalent clinical experience.
Good analytical, logical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Good communications skills, both verbal and written.
Great team collaboration skills.
High energy levels and tolerance of tight deadlines, time pressures, and uncertainty.
Working knowledge of the Epic Radiant application with "Certification" and/or "Proficiency" status pending (ability to attain certification within 6 months of hire if applicable).
Working knowledge of PCs, collaborative computing tools, re-engineering/process improvement techniques, healthcare information management, general information architectures and technology, systems integration, laws, and regulations relevant to assigned applications.
Bachelor'sdegree in Computer Science or Information Systems, Healthcare Informatics,and/or licensed healthcare professional desirable.
Working knowledge of the Epic Radiant applicationwith "Certification" and/or "Proficiency" status pending (ability to attaincertification within 6 months of hire if applicable).
Memorialcare Health System