Under the direction of an Application Manager, the Ancillary Application Analyst performs troubleshooting, maintenance, and optimization of existing software applications and their hardware, primarily mission critical PACS applications which are used primarily in Radiology and by the clinicians all through the enterprise for critical patient care. In this role, you will design, build, test, and support new applications and modules within your portfolio and/or service line. You will achieve in-depth knowledge of the software application, hardware architecture and operational workflows, as well as understand the policies, procedures and constraints of the clinical or business operation supported by the application. You will work with business owners, vendors, and other Information Services & Solutions (ISS) team members to evaluate and recommend solutions to complex problems and requests.
Some travel may be required for the purpose of meeting with clients, stakeholders, or off-site personnel/management.
Minimum 6 years' experience in a medium to large size medical center with increasing levels of responsibilities and complexity of projects and applications
Experience with one, or more, of the following applications: GE Centricity PACS, Siemens Syngo Dynamics, GE MUSE , GE ComboLab, Philips Xper-WiTT, Medtronics Lifewatch, PedCath reporting system, Medicalis worklist, Nuance Powerscribe 360, mPower, Modlink, CodeRyte, Dose Monitor, MagView, Hologic and Aegis, LifeImage, Carrot Medical C-suite, Philips DynaCad, Vitrea VES, Visage, Siemens Syngo.Via, AGFA Enterprise Imaging, Butterfly etc.
Knowledge of HL7 and IHE/DICOM Standards
Broad and/or in-depth knowledge of multiple areas of focus in application specialty areas. Knowledge of systems and functions, including design, development, implementation, user support and training, maintenance, quality assurance, and system testing and evaluation.
Demonstrated proficiency with information systems technology, which also includes Microsoft Office Suite, email, intranet, internet, and other systems
Demonstrated skill in system workflow and business process flow analysis and design
UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
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