Under general supervision, the Intermediate Clinical Applications Systems Analyst develops and maintains application systems and follows control processes including requests for change, and enhancements. Supports existing information systems including problem management and troubleshooting. Studies system needs, investigates solutions and presents recommendations to senior analyst and management. Serves as a resource for all users as far as implementation, maintenance and training are concerned. Serves as a liaison between system vendors and internal departments. Must possess a basic understanding of industry requirements and must consider most business implications of the application of technology to the current business environment. Guides and advises less experienced analysts. Competent to work on most phases of applications systems analysis and programming activities, but requires instruction and guidance in other phases.
- With Required Degree: Three years designing, building and supporting clinical applications
- Without Required Degree: Five years designing, building and supporting clinical applications
- Associate Degree
- EPIC Certification Must obtain Epic certification within six weeks of completing Epic training.
Screening Requirements: Drug Screen, Background Check, License and Employment reference verification.