CLINICAL SYSTEMS ANALYST (RN) (FT Days) Summerlin Hospital

Empresa: Summerlin Hospital Medical Center
Tipo de empleo: A tiempo completo

Summerlin Hospital is a 485-bed hospital featuring emergency services; a busy maternity department with an average of 450 deliveries per month; a Childrens Medical Center with a NICU, a pediatric ICU and separate pediatric ER; advanced cardiovascular care, surgical services, womens health and oncology care. Summerlin Hospital is an accredited Chest Pain with PCI facility and a Primary Stroke Center, and has received multiple awards from the American Heart Association Get with the Guidelines program.
Responsible for liaison duties associated with the implementation, support, and maintenance for all aspects of the clinical information system. Provide problem tracking, resolution, ongoing enhancement requests, active participation in system testing, workflow redesign, change management and continual education to facility employees and physicians. Serves as liaison between VHS departments, Information Services with primary focus on, Physicians, Physicians Office Staff, vendors and Corporate Information Services. Travel for training, meetings or other facility VHS as required.
Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing .
Minimum of five years nursing experience.
Technical Skills:
Extensive working knowledge of clinical information systems (Cerner) showing progressively increasing responsibilities. Ability to work comfortably with Physicians and Midlevel providers to determined workflow needs and provide general training in clinical application and process improvement workflows. Comfortable and confident interacting with physicians and clinicians at all levels. Basic computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office applications required. Language proficiency in English, with excellent written and oral communication skills are required. Exhibits leadership attributes.
Current RN license in the State of Nevada.
Must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care/service appropriate to the age of the patients served on the assigned unit/department.