We are excited to announce that we will be implementing the Epic EHR for clinical and patient financial activity as well as consolidating ancillary core systems at White Plains Hospital, Montefiore Nyack Hospital, Burke Rehabilitation Hospital, Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital, Schaffer Extended Care Center, Montefiore St. Luke s Cornwall Hospital, and Montefiore Mount Vernon Emergency and Ambulatory center. This project supports the Montefiore Health System's strategic initiative to more closely integrate members and provide more advanced and better-coordinated care to patients in the region. The project is expected to go-live in Fall 2020 and Winter/Spring 2021.
We are seeking an Epic Application Analyst for 'TDR' which includes testing each device at each of the sites in the weeks and months prior to each go-live. These devices include workstations, printers, e-signature pads, barcode scanners, and other end-user devices that integrate with the Epic EHR.
Technical Dress Rehearsal (TDR): Coordinates, tests, and triages break/fixes among workstations, printers, status boards, paper scanners, barcode scanners, and faxing from Epic.
Business Continuity Access (BCA): Experience coordinating deployment and testing of BCA PCs in large hospital and ambulatory care settings with hundreds of BCA PCs.
As a TDR Application Analyst, you will be responsible for configuring the Epic system in preparation for the TDR exercise and the multiple go-lives. You will work with the team lead and field technicians to test and verify test scripts designed by the project team at various hospital locations to confirm device readiness.
You will participate in site visits, walkthroughs, surveying devices, identifying gaps, procuring and deploying new devices, performing Epic application build, and executing a Technical Dress Rehearsal (TDR).
* Position requires Epic Certification
Verifying current and assisting in developing new test scripts with the application teams to test workstations and peripheral devices, using Epic software modules and executing Epic test scripts, to ensure printing queues are created and printers are mapped to the correct workstations, and peripheral devices are working as expected. Viewing, creating, and modifying Excel worksheets. Viewing and updating device records. Coordinating with field technicians to provide detailed information on each failed Workstation or device, using Epic modules and Epic test-script outputs, to ensure proper and efficient turnaround times for failure troubleshooting and resolution. Understand the expected results and document failures effectively based on test script requirements. Follow-up and retest assigned issues. Assist with Epic device readiness activities (eg, device labeling). Perform end-user device testing at campus locations as needed and directed. Work with the TDR Lead to review and understand the testing locations and goals for each day. When available and when on site-visits, assist with performing testing on workstations, printers, and peripheral devices using a detailed testing script. Hours may need to be flexible given availability and access to hospital departments. At go-live and on other rare occasions, weekend work may be required, but adequate notice will be provided.
*Epic Clinical Module Certification Required Prior experience with supporting Epic implementations (preferred) Excel skills. Strong communication skills, both verbal and written. Strong attention to detail. Strong attention to punctuality and adherence to schedule. Experience working in a hospital or outpatient environment. Proven ability to be self-directed and work on collaborative teams. Prior Epic/EMR or Healthcare experience is preferred
Department: Montefiore Information Technology Bargaining Unit: Non Union Campus: YONKERS Employment Status: Regular Full-Time Address: 3 Odell Plaza, Yonkers Shift: Day Scheduled Hours: 8:30 AM-5 PM Req ID: 104441
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