|Location:||Western Regional Medical Center|
|Department:||Information Technology Applications|
|Shift Hours / Days:||Full Time|
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Stories of Life. Stories of Hope.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA is one of the fastest-growing networks of cancer hospitals in the country. We offer the most sophisticated forms of oncology treatment, combined with complementary therapies that support the entire person. It's a place where your contributions can create new stories that embody our exceptional standard of care known as the Mother Standard® model of care - meaning that all staff provides the same level of care to each patient that we would want for our own loved ones. And for those of you who can see how rich and fulfilling this mission-driven, patient-centric, cutting-edge work experience can be, we hope your story starts here.
Start your story at CTCA as a Clinical Analyst
As a Clinical Analyst you will be directly responsible for reviewing, analyzing, and evaluating end user needs as they relate to applicable systems. The role is responsible for the configuration and maintenance of systems to parallel overall business strategies.
You will be serving as an internal resource and subject matter expert in terms of system capabilities, and will also be responsible for assisting with upgrades and changes to the base systems. You will be directly working with internal customers to understand their system requirements, while mapping process models and assisting with the design of technical solutions to satisfy requirements. Working with both external vendors, and the Systems Architect you will be ensuring current advanced knowledge on product features for the purpose of supporting the strategic alignment of products in line with overarching enterprise strategy. You will also be responsible for providing educating all internal end-users on available system functionality.
Technically you will be responsible for independent application configuration, while monitoring system configuration effectiveness and making recommendations for changes as needed. The Clinical Analyst II also uses prescribed department change management processes to report anomalies, errors, inaccuracies or inefficiencies.
Communicates and collaborates with internal and external customer base promoting a transparent work environment for all IT initiatives.
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