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The Clinical Systems Analyst 1 for Enterprise Imaging is responsible for the day-to-day operation of equipment and systems including image workflow, archiving, EMR integration, user account maintenance and other related activities. He/She will coordinate projects with the departments and clinical staff in order to ensure effective integration of clinical systems with other organizational applications and medical image acquisition systems. Related experience with medical imaging workflows within multiple service lines is beneficial.
This individual works closely with department managers and supervisors to ensure proper operation of image data transfers into the medical image archive and/or to/from departmental PACS as well as image delivery and viewing components, network transmission, imaging device integration, information system validation, and exceptions handling. Core Job Functions
Provides basic support for designated clinical applications systems. Augments and assists with the design, development, implementation of enhancements to existing systems.
Participates in the pre-implementation tasks, as assigned, such as system design, testing and training in order to gain a thorough knowledge of the technology-enabled workflows and the application features and functions.
Responsible for the collection of data from multiple sources to assist team with implementations, optimizations, testing, and system upgrades.
Provides day-to-day application support, completes service tickets, and participates in on call rotation.
Assists with troubleshooting issues with members of other teams or business units.
Assists with communication to assigned group regarding new features/functionality, new workflows, training system availability and downtime procedures.
Assists end user with system related issues, oversee dictionary database structure set up and maintenance as necessary for clinical information systems being used.
Assists in meeting scheduling and preparation.
Completes workflow documentation.
Adheres to Service Level Agreements for incident management.
Adheres to UHealth IT standards.
Adheres to University and unit-level policies and procedures and safeguards University assets.
Bachelor's degree in relevant field preferred; however, will accept experience in lieu of education, as noted below.
With degree, minimum 1 year of relevant required. Without degree, minimum 7 years of relevant experience required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes:
Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite programs, Excel (pivot tables), Visio, Project, PowerPoint, Word.
Knowledge of state-of-the art technology.
Experience with major systems development and implementation.
Demonstrated knowledge of project management and control.
Ability to communicate ideas and provide solutions.
Ability to effectively work with people in other departments and/or outside of the enterprise.
Experience supporting the acquisition, transmission, storage and distribution of various medical image formats including XML, JPG, PDF, TIF, MPEG4, HTML, and DICOM preferred.
Experienced in medical imaging systems integration and interoperability standards including HL7 preferred.
Experience with AD security administration.
Experience supporting databases including maintenance, backups, restoration and troubleshooting.
Experience with Linux/Unix commands and scripting.
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