SoluStaff

Clinical and Revenue Cycle Consultants/Trainer/Go-Live - Upcoming Projects

Job Locations US-NY-New York | US-PA-Philadelphia
Posted Date 4 years ago(6/28/2016 3:23 PM)
ID
2016-1232
# of Openings
1
Category
Information Technology

Overview

SoluStaff is actively recruiting for eClinicalWorks Clinical and Revenue Cycle Consultants/Trainers and Go-Live Consultants for upcoming projects in the New York Metro Area and Philadelphia.

 

Consultants will be responsible for helping the architect solutions/train/support go-lives with practice management systems, EMR, HIE or Revenue Cycle. Serve as a Business and IT knowledge resource facilitating the delivery of capabilities and functionality to strategize solutions that support long term Business and IT objectives.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities May Include:

  • Analyze business needs, support requirements documentation, and translate into functional, non-functional, and/or technical specifications
  • Collaborate on the design with business partners and technical engineers and act as design team liaison throughout the engineering process
  • Ensure IT deliverables align with business requirements with measurable results
  • Function as SME
  • Develop use cases and user stories to support application flows across multiple end user channels- web, phone, tablet, and desktop delivery modes
  • Perform analysis and define data mapping models in support of service models and message schemas
  • Develop detailed source-to-target data mapping and data transformation rules
  • Define, use and communicate design patterns and best practices in service oriented analysis, design and development
  • Train Users on eClnicalWorks modules
  • Provide Go-Live Support

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree
  • 5+ years of IT experience
  • 3+ years of Health care IT implementation experience
  • 3+ years of Training
  • 3+ years of Go-live support
  • Experience with eClinicalWorks - EMR, Practice Management Systems, HIE or Revenue Cycle

 

Options

Sorry the Share function is not working properly at this moment. Please refresh the page and try again later.
Share on your newsfeed