Systems Analyst -Cerner CareNet (Nursing and Ancillaries)

Job Locations US-DE-Lewes
Posted Date 6 years ago(3/2/2015 11:05 AM)
# of Openings
Information Technology


SoluStaff is actively recruiting for a highly motivated, detail oriented Systems Analyst -Cerner CareNet (Nursing and Ancillaries) for a healthcare client in Southern Delaware. A minimum of five  years experience within a hospital setting and two years as a System Analyst.



  • Responsible to support and enhance Cerner Clinicals Systems

  • Ensure daily operations and support around Cerner CareNet Clinical documentation and IPOC activities

  • Adhere to project plans

  • Implementation of systems to support the hospital mission

  • Adhere to change management and problem management principles and providing proper documentation



  • An  Associate or Baccalaureate Degree from an accredited college or university in Healthcare Information Technology, Computer Science, Information systems, business administration or equivalent experience or education is preferred.
  • Five + years experience within a hospital setting
  • Two years experience working as a System Analyst in a hospital setting
  • Experience with Cerner CareNet and IPOC required
  • Experience with PowerChart Maternity, FetalLink, INet or BMDI preferred
  • Clinical background in a hospital setting is a plus
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and must be able to work independently yet be a strong team player/leader
  • Presenting concepts in a concise and focused manner, including narrative, process diagrams, role and accountability diagrams and business-focused story boards
  • Possesses excellent organizational skills and is detail oriented
  • Must be well organized, detail oriented, highly analytical and possess strong problem solving skills
  • Demonstrates the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously and prioritize work to meet adapting deadlines
  • Experience and knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite including Visio and Project




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