Location: United States
Duration: 6 months
- A Baccalaureate Degree from an accredited college or university in computer science, Information systems, business administration or equivalent experience or education is required.
- At least 7 years of Epic Willow implementation experience with 3 years of Team lead experience
- At least 10 years of experience on Pharmacy and associated applications.
- Strong understanding of the core functions and processes of the Ambulatory Pharmacy
- Experience documenting system architecture design and pharmacy system workflow.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to interact professionally with a diverse group, executives, managers, and subject matter experts.
- Must be well organized, detail oriented, highly analytical, possess strong problem-solving skills and must have a desire to be accountable for project success.
- Should show proficiency in the build and development of pharmacy medications, treatment management tools and order sets among other things.
- The Epic Pharmacy Analyst will serve as a clinical expert within the IS Department responsible for developing policies and procedures around the use of the pharmacy information system, the integrated ambulatory medical record, as well as the ambulatory prescriber order entry system.
- Detailed knowledge of general phases of SDLC, project management methods.
- Completed multiple go-lives, and at least one from (near) inception to completion
- Experience with an Epic implementation at a multi-hospital system, and/or a major academic medical center.
- Must have a strong background analyzing requirements gathered from Pharmacy end users and other revenue and clinical stakeholders, creating BRDs, paper mock ups, flowcharts, project schedules; and other tasks such as leading validation sessions and build.
- The right candidate will need the personality to assume ownership of a project, create guidance where there isn’t any, and influence the direction if it is not correct.
- Strong written and spoken language skills are a must and a strong background in clinical healthcare technologies and processes is strongly preferred