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The Department of Clinical Applications has an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Systems Analyst 2, Resolute Hospital Billing to work in Miami, FL.
The Clinical Systems Analyst 2 works to ensure the clinical computer information systems in the UHealth system are working efficiently and effectively. The analyst provides further experience and knowledge to ensure all aspects of applications and systems development, build and implementation. The analyst may lead software upgrades and testing, analyze, define and apply technical knowledge to solve complex problems regarding clinical application systems. The Clinical Systems Analyst 2 works closely with team members, staff and other personnel to further their understanding of objectives and requirements for the assigned clinical system. The analyst may be responsible for understanding change impacts, formulating strategies with key stakeholders, and addressing problems and challenges within the clinical information systems which may include software problems, hardware issues or network difficulties.
Bachelor's degree in relevant field required; however, will accept experience in lieu of education as noted below.
With degree, minimum 3 years of experience with clinical application development and support of users in a healthcare environment required. Without degree, minimum 9 years of experience with clinical application development and support of users in a healthcare environment required. Any relevant education, certifications and/or work experience may be considered.
Epic Certification for Resolute Hospital Billing Administration is required.
Epic Certification or Proficiency for Hospital Billing Reimbursement Contract Administration is required.
Experience with clinical system upgrades, implementations, and support required. (Epic Preferred).
Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite programs, Excel (pivot tables), Visio, Project, PowerPoint, Word.
Knowledge of state-of-the art technology.
Experience with major systems development and implementation.
Demonstrated knowledge of project management and control.
Ability to communicate ideas and provide solutions.
Ability to effectively work with people in other departments and/or outside of the enterprise.
The University of Miami offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, tuition remission and more.
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