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We are searching for an Imaging Informatics Analyst – someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position, you’ll provide the usability, reliability, and continuity of clinical operations for all computerized information and imaging systems throughout the enterprise, including, but not limited to, Picture Archive and Communication System (PACS), Voice Recognition system (VR), and other PACS integrated systems. You will provide system evaluations, work flow efficiency analysis, technical support, documentation, and training to all staff using these systems. Additionally, you will conduct the day-to-day operations of the systems, including performing daily maintenance, data mining, reporting, and utilities. You will support all imaging hardware and software for clinical departments incorporating imaging in their work flow.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
Ensure department work flow from image acquisition and reporting through enterprise image access and viewing
· Directly assist users to resolve problems with application use
· Provide technical support for hardware and software problems both in person and via telephone
· Analyze, conduct, implement, and control system design, configuration, and modification of imaging information systems
· Oversee database integrity and system security
· Perform application maintenance activities
· Respond to crisis situations
· Coordinate activities and information dissemination
· Assist with informatics service vendors and other support areas
· Assist other informatics team members and participate in special projects
· Participate in the professional development of oneself and others
Bachelor’s degree in computer science, system management, or other related field
· Combination of four years of related experience and/or education may be substituted for the Bachelor’s degree
· One year of information systems experience in a radiology department or medical setting with imaging in their workflow
· Functional knowledge and basic understanding of computer systems, software applications, hardware, database, and computer networking concepts
· Ability to assemble computer-related equipment (monitors, printers, CPUs, and computer furniture)
· Certification in Reg. Health Information in Technology (RHIT) is preferred
· Project Management Professional license in project management, computer systems administration, and/or imaging informatics would be a plus
· Custom database report generation or data mining experience (Oracle, SQL, or Crystal Reporting) is preferred
· Experience with help desk processes, application user training, DICOM software viewing applications, HIS, RIS, PACS, HL7, and medical imaging interfaces are preferred