Epic Ambulatory Analyst Sr.


Under minimal supervision analyzes, configures, develops, tests, implements, supports and maintains Epic clinical applications, solutions and business processes to meet operational and technical requirements. Obtains and maintains in depth knowledge of software functionality and acquires and utilizes knowledge of operational workflows to be implemented. Area of responsibility Ambulatory application.

Associate's Degree/Diploma in nursing, information technology, allied health professions, business or a related field. The equivalent of 4 years of progressively responsible work experience with an emphasis in clinical information applications and systems in health care, or a combination of education and experience, may be substituted for a degree.

Epic certification is to be obtained within 3 months of training completion.

Certification or license in related clinical field or information systems is preferred.

Working knowledge of IT solutions and interfaces, operating platforms and network software. Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office tools. Demonstrated understanding of clinical workflows and terminology specific to appropriate clinical department.

5 years of experience in similar clinical system implementation, support and/or project management OR 5 years of clinical experience in the areas of OR/Anesthesia or other appropriate healthcare area.