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Interface /Programmer Ananlyst

Company Name:
Saline Memorial Hospital
Interface /Programmer Ananlyst
Department: Information Systems
Schedule: Full Time
Shift: Day
Hours: 8a - 5p
Job Details:
Interface / Programmer Analyst

Job Purpose and Scope:
The Programmer Analyst is an exempt position that is part of the Customer Support Group. This position assists with application and interface maintenance and development for the hospital. The Programmer Analyst works directly for the Director of Information Systems and in coordination with the Applications Coordinator to implement and integrate new technologies.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:
I. Application Development
A. Develops and supports applications for Clinical and Business functions of the hospital.
B. Provides documentation and supports application end users and other IT personnel.
C. Works directly with the Applications Coordinator to interface new EHR software systems.
D. Participate in supporting specific applications when necessary
E. Keep up to date on current regulations and industry trends
F. Represent the hospital at industry, state, and local meetings
III. Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities :
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to effectively prioritize and manage multiple tasks
Ability to work in a team environment
Programming skills

C#
MS-SQL
DB2
HL7 language

Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, Powerpoint, and Outlook
Crystal report experience preferred

These general KSAs represent entry-level requirements for the job. Job functions for individual positions can vary, and more specific or additional KSAs may be required.

Job Entry Requirements
1. Required Education:
Associates s Degree in healthcare or IT related field

2. Required Experience:


5 years experience working in a healthcare environment with applications (Bachelor s degree in related field can be substituted for some experience)

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