Principal Hospital Applications Analyst

Employer
University Hospital New Jersey
Location
Newark, New Jersey
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
Apr 01, 2024
Closes
Apr 06, 2024
Ref
2741889148
Role Type
Administration
Position Type
Analyst
Hours
Full Time
Practice Setting
Hospital / Medical Center
Work Mode
On-site
Employment Type
Permanent
Organization Type
Academic, Hospital / Health System
Responsibilities
Leverages extensive technical expertise and knowledge of end user workflows to oversee the planning, development, implementation and support of hospital information systems/solutions. Ensures that systems are implemented and functioning under the guidance of acceptable University policies and procedures and meet all regulatory requirements. Develops testing strategies according to system build and downstream system requirements. Develops and manages complex projects. Provides work direction and guidance to the analyst and project staff as needed. For the purpose of a project or assignment, may report to a Manager or Associate Director for assignment and tasks.
Qualifications
Bachelor's Degree, with preference for Hospital Administration, a health related discipline (Nursing, Pharmacy, etc.), Computer Science, Business Administration, Liberal Arts, Science, or related clinical field. Licensure in a clinical profession is preferred. Five (5) years of experience in information systems with preference given to candidates within a hospital environment. Extensive technical expertise and understanding of end user workflows. Direct experience with electronic medical records is a plus; prior Epic experience is highly desirable. Must complete certification on Epic application specified by management within 6 months of training. Demonstrates interpersonal skills working in a service-oriented environment. Excellent oral and written communications skills, interpersonal skills and capable of functioning/leading in a team environment. Equivalent education, experience and/or training may be substituted for the degree requirements. Additional relevant system or clinical experience may be substituted for information systems experience.