Job Description:New Value Solutions, a national IT consulting company, is seeking a Clinical Analyst with either a pharmacist designation or an RN designation. Experience with Cerner a must.RequirementsWork with stakeholders to define key requirements for Pediatric Oncology PowerPlans and related workflowsWork across CST Design Teams to ensure the requirements of Pediatric Oncology PowerPlans and related workflows are incorporated into the design and configuration of foundational componentsWork closely with the Ambulatory Design Teams to ensure Cancer workflow is represented in key Ambulatory Components (e.g. Ambulatory Organizer)Work closely with Clinical Transformation resources to ensure clinical transformation opportunities are realized within the Oncology settingAssist in translation of paper pre-printed orders to build documents for PowePlan configuration within CernerFacilitate Design and Validation Sessions with key stakeholders and subject matter experts to validate design Performs other related duties as assigned Skillset Required: Experience with Cerner Millennium modules, preferably Oncology Modules, with specialty focus in Pediatric Oncology PowerPlan design/workflowsExperience with implementing Ambulatory workflows using CERNER solutionsRN or Pharmacist preferredProficient and knowledgeable at building and maintaining Cerner Millennium suite of applicationsPreferred experience with implementing Cerner Millennium in a complex Acute/Ambulatory Care Information Systems environmentExperience troubleshooting issues in Cerner, including a high level understanding of the Cerner data model and architecture. Previous Cerner training in an asset Company Description:New Value Solutions is a national IT consulting company with offices in Vancouver, Seattle, Toronto and two recently opened in Italy. We provide IT Staff Augmentation, IT Project Delivery, IT Sustainment and Management Consulting services. Our clients are situated across Canada, US and Italy. Job ID: 5308946
New Value Solutions Group Inc.
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