Clinical Regulatory IT Analyst

Clinical Regulatory Analyst opportunity for a hospital system in upstate NY! ¬ 
Ensure a standardized and consistent approach relating to Meaningful Use compliance and implementation.
Ensure the development of the appropriate strategies, plans, tools and approaches to ensure successful implementation.
Serves as a clinical resource in the training, development, documentation, implementation and design of clinical information systems. Serves as the clinical liaison supporting providers, nursing, and clinical department areas during development and implementation. Analyzes regulatory requirements related to IT and serves as liaison between analysts and clinical staff, guiding implementation of these requirements into the IT systems.¬  Consults with providers and users to determine problems, identify needs and develop or recommend solutions.¬ 
The ideal candidate has experience with various healthcare quality measurement programs such as Meaningful Use and PQRS. IT skills include data base maintenance and spreadsheet skills.¬  ¬ 
Requirements:¬  BS in clinical area or clinical IT setting.
This area boasts beautiful rolling hills, a major university, lakes and rivers, parks and trails, a small-city environment, and a very affordable housing market!¬ Come join a leading regional healthcare system with¬ competitive compensation and great benefits, including paid relocation. This is a permanent, direct hire position.¬ 
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