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General Summary/ Overview:
The Grand Central/Prelude Application Coordinator reports directly to the Application Manager within the Mass General Brigham Digital Health eCare Grand Central/Prelude team; s/he is part of a team dedicated to configuring, building, testing and activating the assigned application database.
Provides certified Epic build expertise and experience for successful product implementation and support
Provides certified Epic design expertise to analyze organization's current business practices and translate them into configurations and workflows
Supports departmental/ functional team with application and information system knowledge
Completes specific tasks as directed.
Tracks and resolves issues and action items
Recognizes, communicates, and escalates concerns relevant to critical path and/or timeline in a timely manner.
Develops and maintains models of business and system requirements and configures system accordingly
Documents and analyzes business processes
Develops subject matter expertise and maintains models and documentation of business and system requirements and configures system accordingly
Analyzes business processes to ensure proper system configuration
Creates and maintains all required system design and build documents
Attends bi-weekly team meetings to discuss team and project related activities, issues, change, communications, and updates
Contributes to preparation of testing scripts and materials and performs unit, system, and integrated testing tasks
Provides Production Support
Bachelors Degree in Business, IT, Healthcare, or related preferred but not required.
Minimum of 3 years related experience, including experience with healthcare information systems.
Candidates, external or internal, may substitute the 3 years of experience with 2 years direct experience in the specific application(s) that is the focus of this position, in a function on a similar track to this position.
Internal candidates (Mass General Brigham employees) may substitute the 3 years of experience with
1 year of direct experience in the specific application(s) that is the focus of this position, in a function on a similar track to this position; and
a performance appraisal rating of "Exceptional"
Some understanding of workflow relevant to assigned application team.
Epic Grand Central and or Prelude Certification required or must obtain Epic Certification as outlined by program requirements.
Ability to apply workflow to the design of information systems.
Understanding of change management techniques.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Strong problem solving and negotiation skills.
Ability to effectively conduct small meetings, both formal and informal.
Self-motivated, independent and possesses the ability to learn quickly
Ability to successfully negotiate and collaborate with others of different skill sets, backgrounds and levels within and external to the organization
Ability to assimilate and understand new software releases and succeed in a changing environment
Ability to review project deliverables for completeness, quality, and compliance with established project standards.
Ability to document and communicate the status of progress against plans, taking corrective action as necessary
No direct reports; may indirectly provide leadership and guidance to less seasoned and new staff
No direct budgetary responsibility
Demonstrates fiscal responsibility by effectively using Mass General Brigham resources
Possible local travel to Mass General Brigham sites
Currently remote work environment
On call coverage including nights and weekends based on rotating schedule with full team
Mass General Brigham is an Equal Opportunity Employer & by embracing diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious creed, national origin, sex, age, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, military service, genetic information, and/or other status protected under law.