Epic ADT - Prelude Applications Specialist - (3144985)
An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced Application Specialist at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and at Mass General Brigham. As a member of the Application Integration and Revenue Cycle Team (AITRC), the primary role of the analyst is to support Access Management in their use of the Epic ADT/Prelude application. The position acts as a liaison between the Access Management department, the Partners eCare Team at Mass General Brigham, the Clinical Information Systems team, and the Application Integration and Revenue Cycle team. They will be responsible for analyzing and recommending changes to work-queue design, enhancement requests, and impact review of new software upgrades and enhancements. Additional responsibilities include define user requirements, design specifications, documentation, test scripts and test plan creation and execution, and end user training and support tasks.
The Application Specialist will also be responsible for managing small to medium size projects to deliver new software solutions for the Application Integration and Revenue Cycle IS team. The analyst will work with stakeholders, business analysts and other project managers, where needed, to develop project plans and task lists utilizing Smartsheet or MS Project.
Incumbent will report to the Manager for Radiation Oncology Information Systems. The Applications Analyst II is responsible for
the day to day coordination of assigned clinical information system tasks and
the management of small to medium projects and/or sub-projects. S/he will
participate in the design, development, testing, implementation, and on-going
maintenance of new and existing clinical information systems.
Work responsibilities include the support of Radiation Oncology specific software applications, information systems, integration and hardware, providing direct customer support, working on complex project tasks, and managing projects as needed. The Applications
Analyst II acts as a liaison between the Radiation Oncology Department, Outreach (Collaborative) site hospital staff and system vendors to coordinate implementation, testing, workflow responsibilities for the computer systems within the Outreach Site
network and ensure the compatibility of department systems within the network.
The Radiation Oncology Information Systems team works solely to support the complex and technologically advanced Radiation Oncology Department at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston and associated
outreach sites within and outside of the Mass General Brigham network. The application Analyst II will focus on the Outreach sites outside the Mass General Brigham network. The Applications Analyst II will be part of the Radiation Oncology Team and
support the cancer care provided to our patients.
Senior Manager - Information Services - Philanthropy - (3127778)
The Senior Manager oversees a portfolio of information technology products and/or services in support of Partners Healthcare and affiliate organizations. They work with leadership to set goals and objectives and oversees the work of one or more teams
to achieve those objectives. They lead large projects and other initiatives and/or directs others in the same.
The Senior Manager is responsible for developing and managing budgets in a manner consistent with the budget framework established by leadership. They are accountable for budget performance and identifying opportunities to improve cost-effectiveness.
The Senior Manager provides strong human resource management, including regular feedback, timely reviews, mentoring and career conversations. The are responsible for attracting, retaining , developing and engaging high quality staff.
Project Manager - Information Systems - (3139225)
Incumbent will report to the Manager, MGB HealthCare Information Systems (IS) in the Dana-Farber Cancer Center Institute (DFCI) Project Management Office (PMO). The project specialist provides strong project management knowledge and proven experience
for both the IS DFCI department and the cancer institute in areas impacted by and benefitting from IS systems and services. The focus of this position is: 1) to serve as a project manager for medium-to-large-scale initiatives, 2) to grow and mature
the PMO with proven methodologies and tools, and 3) to support MGB and DFCI staff in project management best practices through coaching, mentoring, and training. These skills will be leveraged to assist in the use and continued improvement of standards
throughout DFCI. Standards include project charters, schedules, success metrics, system deliverables, processes, etc. The project specialist will assist teams in project design; aid in the periodic review and auditing throughout a project’s lifecycle;
and guide projects in process content, application of tools, and knowledge management.
Applications Analyst - Information Systems - (3141569)
The application analyst II selected for this role will perform the duties of a mid- to senior-level analyst. S/he will work directly with project managers and will be involved with implementing new applications and technology solutions, working with stakeholders
in the business to gather requirements and understand current workflows and/or opportunities for new workflows and efficiencies. This role will also be responsible for the development of test plans and testing execution, assisting with system configurations,
testing application functionality, developing documentation and process workflows, and effectively communicating project updates and/or any issues or concerns to stakeholders and leadership. The application analyst II will also provide day-to-day
support of production systems and coordinate ongoing system maintenance to currently used by the Cell Therapies/Bone Marrow Transplant (CT/BMT) and Cell Manipulation Core Facility (CMCF) departments.