• Clinical Application Analyst - CIOS - FT - 830002

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    To support and maintain GCRMC’s Clinical Information System Applications. Responsible for formatting, designing, and building relevant clinical content into appropriate workflows to provide end-users with knowledge at the point of care.


    • Demonstrates knowledge and skills necessary to provide services based on the physical, psychosocial, educational, safety, and other related criteria appropriate population in his/her assigned area
    • Maintains required core competencies.
    • Complies with set Policies and Procedures (i.e. name tag, dress code, parking, smoking, etc.)
    • Builds, maintains, and tests Cerner’s Clinical Information Systems applications.
    • Represents the NET’s interest in core decisions
    • Documents and communicates progress and issues to the Project Manager.
    • Mentors and coaches team members, supervisors, and end-users.
    • Develops, monitors, and manages work plans.
    • Participates in all data, functional, and technological decisions made for the specific application.
    • Documents and communicates process redesign.
    • Monitors Cerner Knowledge Network (CKN) and Cerner Product Advisories and assesses impact and risk.
    • Manages OPS jobs and maintenance scripts.
    • Runs audit reports and work with departments to ensure data quality.
    • Participates in support and troubleshooting activities with the department, Cerner, IS, and other application specialists in the organization.
    • Works with department, team members, and other resources to develop maintenance, testing, communication, and conversion plans for system changes following the change control process.
    • Tests integration with other products.
    • Troubleshoots issues and escalates unresolved issues that cannot be resolved to appropriate personnel in IS or Cerner IAC/IRC.
    • Communicates to department(s) and team the status of problems logged to Cerner.
    • Maintains and creates reports for the department using Cerner’s Power Vision tool.
    • Maintains database tools for their specific NET applications.
    • Updates application to improve end user proficiency and to positively impact patient care. Has general knowledge of interfaces for troubleshooting purposes.
    • On-call coverage.


    • Associate degree in computer science, or health related field or nursing preferred. High School diploma or equivalent.
    • Knowledge of computers and PC applications.
    • Minimum one year experience with Cerner HNA Millenium applications and building tools.
    • Current American Heart – HeartSaver or Basic Life Support (BLS) card.
    • Performs related responsibilities as assigned.


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