This position is responsible for managing the implementation of OHSU\u2019s EHR for Adventist Health in the ambulatory setting. This includes coordination of workflow analysis, build, test, go-live support, and transition to operations for clinic applications. Typical applications include registration, scheduling, clinical care and documentation, coding, and billing. The project lead has accountability for the successful implementation of assigned projects, meeting commitments to scope, budget, and schedule.
The Project Lead will supervise staff assigned to complete various portions of the implementation, including assignment of daily tasks for completion. This may include application analysts, workflow analysts, interface analysts and report writers. The staff assigned to work on the implementation project will be responsible for all design, build and testing of applications and interfaces across the ambulatory setting. The position communicates effectively \u2013 both orally and in writing \u2013 with key customer and internal ITG/Informatics stakeholders to ensure information is collected and disseminated to facilitate rapid and efficient project task completion.
Upon project completion, the project lead will assume ongoing responsibility for clinic support, gathering customer input and providing direction to all staff supporting ambulatory operations, as well as project management for all post go-live project requests.
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