Cerner Radiology Analyst

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Cerner Radiology Analyst
Brooksource is seeking an exemplary candidate to join our client's IS Radiology Team as a Clinical Applications Analyst. Our client is a leading healthcare system with facilities throughout the South Eastern United States. As an Analyst you will be responsible for deploying multiple solutions to support the Radiology department. Preferred candidate should be knowledgeable in Radiology Information Systems, EMR, HIS, PACS, HL7 and integration concepts as well as project management. Experience with Cerner RadNet, Cerner Scheduling, Phiilips iSite, Pathways Healthcare Scheduling a plus.

Participates in building, planning and problem solving discussions with project teams, clinicians, strategic partners, and leadership.
Responsible for the requirements gathering, system build, and workflow analysis.
Performs tasks such as configuration control and account administration.
Assist testing and training teams to develop test scripts, training materials and communications.
Maintains high-level understanding of all core systems, interfaces, data warehouse, etc.
Experience implementing and supporting Medical and pharmacy related applications.
Deliver, maintain, and support end users across the organization on Cerner Electronic Medical Records and other information systems.

3+ years' experience in implementing and supporting clinical information systems in a multi-facility healthcare environment.
Cerner experience is desirable.
Proficiency in clinical information systems design, build, testing and support of full cycle application development implementations.
Awareness and familiarity with pharmacy, medication management, Meaningful Use requirements and patient quality reporting.

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