Clinical Analyst I

St. Joseph's/Candler - Savannah, GA3.7

Full-timeEstimated: $51,000 - $65,000 a year
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Duties:
Focus is proactive to anticipate and meet user needs while adhering to regulatory requirements and SJ/C Strategic Information Systems goals. The Clinical Analyst I shows progressing aptitude or processes common knowledge of software applications that integrate with those directly being supported; Works closely with Analyst II and analyst III. Reviews, analyzes, and modifies application systems to include encoding, testing, troubleshooting, user security and access, and installation. The Clinical Analyst I works collaboratively with department directors, managers, peers, and business units to evaluate and manage the build, use of applications, and respective interfaces. The Clinical Analyst I is responsible for providing researched answers on systems selection, installation, operation, and on-going support of software applications: Provides general "go-live" and "upgrade" support: Serves as project liaison on smaller assigned projects; Serves as resource for other application support analysts by assisting with responses to functional questions, assisting with troubleshooting and testing scenarios. Utilizes exceptional technical writing, communication, presentation

Skills and maintains documentation of all changes and decisions. Maintains open communication with practitioners for consultations and assistance.

Requirements:
Bachelors Healthcare required; Masters preferred. Bachelors, Nursing, Healthcare Administration, or related field required. Equivalent in support of implementation of Healthcare IT systems required. 1 - 2 years required Health systems functional areas or installing/maintaining computer system applications. Formal training in information systems, desktop applications, databases, software development packages and programming languages preferred; Successful completion of training on Microsoft Windows operating system, Office applications, and assigned software applications.