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Software Education Specialist (Clinical)

Company Name:
Saint Mary's Hospital
Software Education Specialist (Clinical)
Department: Information Technology
Schedule: Full-time
Hours Per Pay Period: 40
Shift: Days
Hours: M-F 8:00 - 4:30
Job Details:
Associates Degree Required
2 years experience

Under general direction of theClinical Informatics Manager,trains staff, physicians and others in the correct use of specific software programs including all Paragon modules.Flexibility to work varying shifts and be on call essential.Responsibilities of this "Super User include, but are not limited to:conducts end-user training sessions; develops /assists in the development of appropriate education materials including course outlines, end-user training manuals/quick reference guides, work-flow manuals; updates application test scenarios to align with workflow process; performs unit and integrated test scenarios; acts as resource to hospital leadership on clinical system software functions; responds to applicable Help Desk calls; and communicate "Best Practices to users.Carries out the duties of the position in a manner consistent with the Hospital s Values and Standards of Performance.
Registered Nurse, other licensed clinical professional or equivalent clinical education background/experience required; degree in Health Information Technology or equivalent preferred.Minimum of two years patient care or equivalent experience in an acute care setting, and experience with clinical information systems required.Prior experience with teaching adult learners, writing training manuals, and use of Paragon/McKesson systems preferred.Strong computer skills are essential including proficiency using MS Office Suite and good knowledge of Windows environment, file structure and networking.Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, as well as presentation, instructional and organizational skills.Ability to effectively interact with physicians and all levels of hospital staff required.

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