The Clinical Training Analyst (Pharmacist) will be primarily responsible for the development and management of the Epic Enterprise EHR training program, course content and delivery. The Clinical Training Analyst (Pharmacist) will work closely with the software vendor (Epic), key EPIC deployment and development staff, Technology Education Services and the end user community to design and deliver the education necessary to implement the Epic Enterprise and create a permanent structure for the delivery of Epic education on an ongoing basis.
All candidates for this position will complete formal Epic Assessments as part of the hiring process. The assessments are designed to identify candidates whose skills most closely align with the position requirements.
The employee hired for this position will be required to obtain Epic certification through a formal Epic training program requiring attendance at the training facilities in Verona, Wisconsin. Training will commence on September 26, 2011, for up to a period of six weeks for some positions, and may include classroom instruction, project assignments, competency exams, and e-learning classes. Failure to obtain Epic certification within the defined timeline for this position may result in termination.
Epic Training Manager
#Under the general guidance of the Training Manager develops and conducts general overviews of the CIS System for various groups within the organization
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Certain jobs at Duke University and Duke University Health System may include essential job functions that require specific physical and/or mental abilities. Additional information and provision for requests for reasonable accommodation will be provided by each hiring department.
Bachelor of Science or Doctor of Pharmacy degree and North Carolina Pharmacist's License and a minimum of two years' clinical experience as a pharmacist in an academic medical center environment or completion of Pharmacy Practice Residency program. Attend six week Epic training program and obtain associated certification within six months of program completion.
Five years of pharmacy experience to include at least one year of computer experience is strongly preferred. An Associate's Degree in mathematics or computer science combined with at least one year of pharmacy experience may be substituted for above; or any other equivalent combination of relevant education and/or experience.
Degrees, Licensures, Certifications
Licensed Pharmacist or eligible to practice pharmacy in North Carolina
Strong analytical, critical thinking, innovative problem solving, leadership, negotiation and organizational skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to develop and enhance relationships with customers and internal groups and work across multiple teams.
Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills. Ability to prioritize multiple competing priorities during high stress situations.
IT or clinical experience in one or more of the following areas:Clinical Orders, Pharmacy, Lab, Radiology, Charge Capture, Health Information Management (HIM) and Regulatory Reporting.