Under general supervision, the Clinical Analyst will be responsible for coordinating the efforts between the Information Systems department and the users of Clinical applications. This position will be responsible for all aspects of the current clinical software in use, and be able to provide guidance and assistance in the proper use of this software. Additional responsibilities include in-depth involvement with the selection, installation, and training on new and existing Clinical applications. In conjunction with the clinical programmer(s) or vendors, this position will assist in problem determination, system design, program testing, and performing Quality Control checks on programs and applications. This individual must be able and willing to communicate and provide assistance to all hospital associates as it relates to the Clinical applications.
POSITION QUALIFICATIONS (Minimum qualifications are required unless stated otherwise.)
Two to five years experience in the installation of advanced clinical health care systems.
Demonstrated written and oral communications and educational skills
Ability to present design concepts and system functions in an understandable, logical and concise manner
Demonstrated project management skills to participate in multiple complex projects simultaneously and manage tasks
Interpersonal skills necessary to conduct training classes and participate in meetings with departments supported
Experience with report writing tools (Meditech NPR) preferred
Interface design and application integration experience, data mapping, testing and implementation
A background in one or more of the following areas: Nursing, Clinical, Ancillary Departments, and/or Hospital Management, to provide for a successful link between Information Systems and the Patient Care providers.
Project management skills necessary to coordinate multi- phase, multi-disciplined projects working with all level of Hospital staff.
Training and Education skills necessary to teach Information System basis concepts and related courses in I S Clinical application usage.
Familiar with the JCAHO survey process and the components within the regulations associated with Information Management.
Education and Training:
Bachelor's degree in Nursing, Information Systems, Business Management, Health Care Administration or health care related field required or an equivalent amount of related experience and education obtained that demonstrated the necessary skills and abilities to perform the duties of the position
License, Certification & Registration:
RN preferred but not required
Internal Number: 14216
About Berkshire Health Systems
Berkshire Health Systems is the region's leading provider of comprehensive healthcare services. With award-winning programs, nationally-recognized physicians, world-class technology and a sincere commitment to the community, BHS is delivering the kind of advanced healthcare most commonly found in large metropolitan centers.
A private, not-for-profit organization, BHS serves the region through a network of affiliates which include Berkshire Medical Center, the BMC Hillcrest Campus, Fairview Hospital, Berkshire Visiting Nurse Association, BHS physician practices, and long-term care associate Berkshire Healthcare Systems. Each of these facilities is distinguished by the high quality of their programs and services, and by the credentials, skill and compassion of their physicians, nurses and caregivers.