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The UHealth Information Technology team has a great opportunity for a Jr. Systems Analyst (PACS). The Systems Analyst will analyze and solve computer problems, test and implement cost-effective solutions, and provide support for efficient daily operation of the Enterprise Imaging systems.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities (For Non-exempt Employees Include Percent of Effort):
Responsible for day-to-day system operation including image workflow, modality integration, archiving, auto-routing/pre-fetch, interface errors and other related activities.
Manages and coordinates system security to ensure that unauthorized personnel cannot access vital information either locally or remotely.
Assigns and updates user and system passwords and access levels.
Performs regular inspections to ensure that all equipment is well maintained and operating in a safe work environment.
Updates system configurations as new modalities, workstations, and codes are added over time to the various imaging systems.
Assist with implementation day to day operations and upgrades as necessary to maintain the system at optimal performance.
Ensures timely and complete capture of medical image data into the medical image archive and information systems as well as network transmissions, information system validation, database maintenance, and exception handling.
Maintains proficiency with the integration and interoperability technologies required and the applications and systems assigned.
Discusses systems' problems with managers and users to determine their exact nature; defines the goals of the system and the steps necessary to achieve them.
Uses techniques such as structured analysis, mathematical model building, and cost analysis to plan the system and needed modifications.
Determines necessary data to be entered and processing procedures, and also structures the output to achieve users' needs.
Prepares diagrams and exhibits to explain the proposed system to managers and users in understandable format
Prepares a cost-benefit analysis to determine whether implementation of system is financially feasible.
After acceptance of proposal, draws up specifications, diagrams, and charts for programmers to follow in writing software instructions.
Tests system and works with programmers to debug system as required to eliminate errors.
Other duties as assigned.
Education Requirements (Essential Requirements):
Work Experience Requirements (Essential Requirements):
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