Provide expert domain knowledge of workflow, design, and process to drive positive end-user experience, and usage of applications as the DoD implements the Cerner electronic health record (EHR) enterprise-wide. Consult with DoD medical policymakers to facilitate proactive support efforts across solutions. Lead implementation activities for their domain and coordinate with clients and vendors to identify and resolve domain-level architecture issues. Leverage extensive contact with functional users, including senior leadership levels within the Military Health System (MHS). Bring clarity to ambiguous situations, comprehend problems, and work across Cerner teams and MHS Revenue Cycle departments to analyze the development of a strategy to create client satisfaction.
- 5+ years of experience in a professional work environment
- 4+ years of experience with revenue cycle management
- 3+ years of experience with Cerner, including patient accounting registration, scheduling, and the revenue cycle
- Experience with leading implementation activities, including coordinating with clinical and administrative staff and IT vendors to troubleshoot and resolve issues
- Ability to obtain a security clearance
- BA or BS degree and an additional 4+ years of experience in a professional work environment or an MA or MS degree
- Experience with the DoD, including in an inpatient medical treatment facility
- BA or BS degree in Healthcare, IT, Business, Health Information Management, Systems Management, or Healthcare Administration preferred, MA or MS degree a plus
- Medical Coding Certification, including Certified Professional Coder, Certified Coding Associate, or Certified Coding Specialist
- Program Management Professional (PMP) Certification
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
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