Workflow Quotes From 10 Percent Of 460 Open EHR Workflow Analyst Positions

Preparing for this evening’s blab about EHR workflow improvement coordinators I searched for job + workflow + EHR OR EMR on Google. The following list of 460 open job positions came up. I searched the first 46 jobs for “workflow.” Here is what I found.

Clinical Analyst

Working knowledge of hospital and surgical processes and workflow

Epic Inpatient (Orders) Analyst

Perform in-depth analysis of workflows, data collection, report details, and other technical issues associated with the use of Epic software

Work with Application Managers/Directors/etc. and the entire Project Team, to collect, analyze and document business operations and workflow.

With support, create, review, and update test scripts to reflect proposed workflow solutions.

EPIC Ambulatory Analyst

Create documentation of business requirements, current and future state workflows

Application Systems Analyst, Sr.

Reviews issue logs, plans and implements workflows, upgrades, and development projects

Electronic Health Records (EHR) Analyst

The primary focus for this role is maintenance, support, workflow analysis, and systems development associated with the Software systems, specifically the Electronic Health Records System (EHRS).

Assists in developing Policies and Procedures around electronic health records and supports and documents the continued use of Foothill Family standards and workflows in the EHRS.

Creates and maintains workflow diagrams based on system functionality to assist in troubleshooting.

Identifies, recommends, and implements workflow improvements in relation to the EHRS by working with users, super users, and vendors.

Demonstrated ability to design and documents workflows.

IT Clinical Analyst

Understands the functional workflow and processes of the Departments the analyst supports and maintains system functionality and design in support of workflow efficiency and user/department productivity.

Must have ability to learn system functionality and workflow in depth

AMB CLINICAL OPERATION ANALYST

Serves as a change management resource and manages the changes in the workflow process that will need to be made with the transition to EMR.

Division EMR Analyst

The Division EMR analyst works closely with the integrated support team (HCAPS, IT&S, CSG, SSP, etc.) to provide content build, workflow analysis, optimization planning, training, and live support of clinical users on the EMR.

Mature understanding of clinical application support processes and workflow, ambulatory EMR preferred

Staff Clinical Informatics Analyst

Clinical Informatics Analyst - Staff is responsible to perform workflow and system analysis and functional design for software development / configuration activities associated with iCentra and other HIT-related initiatives

Documents and recommends workflow changes and functional requirements, specifications, and design solutions needed to support the business requirements for common and moderately complex problems.

Collaborates with key clinical and business stakeholders to determine business rules, needs, specifications, feasibility (workflow and cost), and priorities for application development / configuration / acquisition requests and projects with a basic to moderate level of complexity and according to organizational standards and processes.

Meditech Clinical Analyst

Collaborate closely with and communicate between - IT and the hospital’s clinical staff to be up-to-speed on product features and functionality in aligning daily workflows and strategic objectives.

Clinical Application Analyst

Develop forms and specialized reports in EHR to ensure timely and accurate flow of information crucial to clinical operations and workflows as well as business and billing operations, utilizing MSSQL/T-SQL, EHR software and reporting tools, SSRS and Crystal reporting.

Experience writing workflows.

OpTime Anesthesia Analyst

Routinely perform in-depth analysis of workflows, data collection, report details and other build, design and configuration issues associated with Epic use

Ensure test scripts are created, reviewed and updated to reflect proposed workflow solutions

Familiarity with anesthesia scheduling and staff workflows, resource management and regulatory requirements

Ability to conduct detailed assessment of current state workflows & develop efficient future state workflows

IT CLINICAL SYSTEMS ANALYST

Able to collect data regarding current data processing environment and documents workflows and system access

Ability to make recommendations for workflow based on system capabilities.

Serves as member of various employee committees to discuss workflow, system needs and changes

Healthcare IT Analyst (EMR)

All candidates must have an in-depth understanding of workflows, policies and procedures, patient care/clinical business objectives, regulatory requirements and industry best practices for patient care.

The Application Analyst assists hospitals in optimizing their workflow processes through building applications that are tailored to meet the hospital’s needs.

They will learn the EMR system’s capabilities and functional use and apply their knowledge of Patient Care Business workflow to assist in the implementation of a system that meets process needs.

Basic understanding of clinical workflows and terminology preferred

Create documentation of business requirements, current and future state workflows

Clinical Information Systems Analyst

clarify needs, prioritize requests, recommend workflow enhancements, and execute change and adoption management of the Cerner Millennium EMR and other healthcare information technology (HIT) initiatives (i.e. Meaningful Use, Clinical Documentation, CPOE, and HIE).

The Clinical Systems Analyst will assist in documenting current workflow processes, performing gap analysis, and identifying needed process changes to ensure compliance with the use of technology to optimize care delivery processes and effectively communicate patient care activities.

Systems Support Analyst

Assists in the development of system workflow, templates and forms

Applications Analyst III Job

Clinical background and/or knowledge of Rehab/Therapy workflow a plus.

EMR Applications Analyst

Develop a comprehensive working knowledge of the applications currently used in assigned practices, as well as the design, build and workflow associated with the EMR.

Software Product Analyst

Developing application and data workflow diagrams

Meditech Clinical Analyst

Collaborate closely with and communicate between - IT and the hospital’s clinical staff to be up-to-speed on product features and functionality in aligning daily workflows and strategic objectives.

IT Clinical Analyst

The position is visible to clinicians with significant impact on patient safety, JCAHO, HIPAA, departmental and patient workflow.

Independently facilitates design of clinical workflow in conjunction with the clinicians; workflows will focus on improved efficiencies, solving complex workflow issues and incorporating quality initiatives.

Systems Analyst

Analyzes workflows and recommends alternatives for deriving input data, considering impact on existing systems and downstream effects (i.e. using approved change management procedures).

Epic Clarity Reports Analyst

perform analysis, development, and testing of complex reports and analytics with minimal supervision; design and develop high-efficiency reporting solutions based on end-user requirements and understanding of the Epic EMR system and workflows;

Clinical Business Analyst

Prepares workflow charts and diagrams to document business and systems workflows for existing and new applications

Plans and prepares business documents, reports, memoranda, and instructional manuals as documentation of project requirements and workflows

Privacy Analyst

Ability to use various computer applications to optimize workflow and data analytics to detect, prevent and investigate privacy incidents.

IS Clinical Applications Analyst II

Design, document, and implement future-state workflows consistent with clinical best practices and system functionality in collaboration with other team members, clinical department representatives, or under the direction of IS management/project manager.

Analyzes current state workflows/needs and translates these into the system design.

Design, build, and validate the application to conform to desired workflows within assigned area.

Coordinates with principle trainers in the design development of role-based training to support the workflows implemented.

Provide tier 2 end user application support with an understanding of the Health Information Systems modules including functionality, technical architecture, workflow, routine and non-routine processing.

Technical Support Analyst I

Understanding of clinical workflow in a medical imaging environment.

EHR APPLICATIONS ANALYST

The role will be a primary member of the onsite go-live support team, reinforcing application and workflow training and assisting with issue resolution.

Training and reinforcement of standard organizational workflows, both operational and clinical.

Ability to act as a team leader for small projects or work groups, creating a collaborative and respectful team environment and improving workflows.

Clinical Informaticist

The Clinical Informaticist works closely with the medical staff to incorporate workflows into system design and keeps current on new system functionality that will improve system acceptance and usage and strengthen the clinician-patient relationship.

Clinical Systems Analyst

Manage the clinician experience with the EMR by guiding the solution design, training resources, and supporting processes to ensure the successful engagement and sustainment of the solution while considering associated workflows and how the application(s) integrate with the clinical environments.

Clinical Analyst IS Configurators

identifies opportunities where the clinical information system can be utilized to optimize workflow for clinical processes.

Clinical Informatics Support Analyst

development of clinical workflow changes as it relates to implementation, upgrade, and optimization of clinical applications

Works with nursing department, physicians and other clinical staff to review, recommend and implement workflow and technical solutions that address operational, procedural and systems related issues within and across hospital departments and physician offices.

Strategy Analyst

combine problem-solving, data-analysis, and technical skills to identify, quantify, and solve real-world healthcare workflow problems

You will directly contribute to improved financial and clinical workflow performance for providers, allowing them to focus on the business of delivering healthcare

CLINICAL INFORMATICS ANALYST

Provides analysis for department workflows & identifies EMR requirements as supported by evidence and policies and procedures.

Develops and maintains department specific workflow documentation.

Assures standardization of policies, procedures, workflows, in accordance with the organization’s approved EMR practices. Identifies, escalates and works to resolve deviations.

Manager of Clinical Software Applications and Development

Significant experience and thorough understanding of EMR systems, clinical workflows and implementation

Interface Analyst

Work with end-users and project teams to analyze and document data and workflow processes.

Clinical Data Business Systems Analyst

provides a bridge between clinical workflows and technical workflows, leverages knowledge and skills to ensure technology meets clinical needs and regulatory requirements.

EHR Application Analyst

-Understanding both the clinical and business workflows to achieve strategic outcomes for the implementation

Clinical Business Analyst

Prepares workflow charts and diagrams to document business and systems workflows for existing and new applications

Plans and prepares business documents, reports, memoranda, and instructional manuals as documentation of project requirements and workflows

EHR Application Analyst

-Understanding both the clinical and business workflows to achieve strategic outcomes for the implementation

Two years of Epic software/domain/workflow

Clinical Process Analyst

Knowledge of systems analysis methodologies, workflow process analysis, and software application systems implementation is required.

Clinical Systems Analyst

Working knowledge of hospital and surgical processes and workflow

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3 Comments

  1. Randy
    Posted May 10, 2016 at 2:10 pm | Permalink

    If you do a quick “eye-ball” analysis of the list jobs, I am guessing that the second most popular word found (besides workflow) is clinical. This is where i have to scratch my head. I have worked in many industries including healthcare and I live with an EPIC application analyst and we both can’t fathom why clinicians are sought after for, what is to me, clearly an IT role. I am not implying that clinicians are not fundamental to defining and implementing workflow, but they should be looked at as a SME and not the driver of implementing. This is also the case of and EHR implementation. The resources requested to implement a software application are coming from a clinical background. They don’t understand SDLC, requirements, rules, configuration, data strucure, etc. Yes, they know the workflow, but they should be a SME, not the implementation analyst!

  2. chuckwebster
    Posted May 10, 2016 at 2:29 pm | Permalink

    Interesting observations!

    Am traveling at the moment but intend to share some thoughts…

    TY!

  3. chuckwebster
    Posted May 11, 2016 at 1:07 pm | Permalink

    When I was CMIO for an EHR vendor we had users, super users, customizers (used the GUI), configurers (edited database tables), programmers, and an architect (the CTO). Many individuals, both working for us, and present in our customer organizations, spanned multiple roles. Some were users, super users, and customizers. Some were customizers, configurers, and programmers (for simple tasks). Sometimes the CTO even had to jump in and fix something that one would usually think might be beneath his pay grade (but he did it anyway). In general, those individuals who could pinch hit, on a moments notice, were consistently the most valuable and flexible when it came to dealing with emergencies and creating novel solutions to novel problems. I suspect many of the job listing reflect an implicit ideal: someone who can do everything and anything. It may be unreasonable, but I’ve certainly seen a lot of valuable pinch-hitters during the last couple decades of health IT career.

    Now, re workflow. In some systems, such as workflow management systems and business process management suites, to create and edit workflow is to essentially program IT system behavior. As this tech further defuses into health IT, I suspect we’ll see more-and-more blurring of job categories. In some cases, clinician SME (subject matter experts) will indeed become essential health IT system programmers.

    Just my two cents!

    Thank you for stopping by and sharing your thoughts.

    Best

    Chuck

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