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Application Epic Analyst
Application Epic Analyst
Application Epic Analyst Consultant - Computer Programmer / Software - Healthcare
A hospital in Ireland are implementing an exciting new Software called Epic. You will be given full paid training In Epic Software and will then pass a Certification. Once Certified you will be working remotely to help implement the software into the hospitals. Some travel to Belfast will be required from time to time, to help implement the Software but all expenses are paid for. This is a full time role with a salary of £22,000 - £35,000 depending upon your experience, plus excellent benefits. If you have experience with NHS EPR implementation they can go up to 45k. The salary grades are listed below.
1. Graduate - early career, next generation of future talent. High potential talent 22k - 25k
2. Experienced - three to five years experience in a professional role (data, systems, development, analysis, product owner, coding, project, ERP) 32k - 35k
3. Digital Health - has worked on a NHS EPR implementation before 40k - 45k
Salaries will reflect which category an applicant sits in.
You must be available to start training remotely on 26th July
Application analysts are the support contacts for each application. They coordinate issues that arise during the project for their application areas.
Act as the primary support contact for the application's end-users
Identify issues that arise in their application area as well as issues that impact other application teams, and working to resolve them
Guide workflow design, building and testing the system, and analysing other technical issues associated with Epic software
Identify and implement requested changes to the system
Serve as a liaison between end users' workflow needs and Epic implementation staff
Maintain regular communication with Epic representatives, including participating in weekly project team meetings
Working with Epic representatives, your organization's business community, and end users to ensure the system meets the organization's business needs in regards to the project deliverables and timeline
Develop an understanding of operational needs to set the direction for the organization's workflows by attending site visits and other integrated sessions
Participating in training and working with end users
Troubleshooting problems and questions
Review the status of projects and issues on an ongoing basis with leadership
Be involved in weekly communications with team members to discuss the status of deliverables, shared issues, end-user concerns, budget, and upcoming milestones
Analyse and document routine clinical and administrative workflows, information, data collection and/or reporting requirements
Investigate end users' preferences and populate databases as part of the configuration process
Propose and implement changes to working practices and encourage and advise Trust staff to accept these changes to improve efficiency, patient flow and/or patient experience;
Work with the report writers in the Configuration Team and the Reporting Team to ensure the application produces all reports required by the department
Work with Principal Trainers to ensure awareness of build development
Be responsible for own area of work, working autonomously to plan and organise workload to meet multiple and often conflicting deadlines;
Initiate, arrange, chair and/or participate in meetings between Trust staff (including senior Trust staff) and/or Programme colleagues to discuss workflows and/or areas of concern and/or take notes of any action points;
Use conflict resolution strategies in response to barriers of understanding or acceptance faced by or from the configuration teams and/or wider Trust audience;
Handle change management issues professionally and sometimes in hostile or antagonistic situations;
Demonstrate/present complex build work (Epic software) in an easy to understand format to individuals and/or groups of Programme and/or Trust staff, including at senior and director level;
Work with the testing team to develop test scripts against patient scenarios across patient pathways and interfaces to other systems in accordance with the Testing Manager's instructions;
Meet regularly with the Configuration Manager and/or Design and Delivery Lead to negotiate with, review and prioritise the scope of the applications/infrastructure in accordance with Programme plans;
Manipulate data and/or run and collate reports or other documentation as required for the EPR Programme team, board meetings or events
How to apply for Application Epic Analyst
If you would like to apply, please apply by sending your CV to the following links below.
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