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100% Remote Long Term Contract
Assist to document scope for the expansion of the virtual RN and virtual ICU projects. Do discovery work for new Virtual Health initiatives, including core VH work and the VHOD project
• Experience utilizing Planview PRM
• IT industry Business Analysis skills
• Communication and interpersonal skills Time management and organizational skills
• Strong problem-solving and analytical skills
• Leadership and management skills
• Healthcare IT experience preferred
Top Non-negotiable technical and professional skill: Agile and able to quickly pivot, fast learner, highly organized with great communication skills, experienced in a variety of Business Analysis tools
Desirable soft skill: Great communication skills, highly organized
PACS PM Key Experience:
Location: Must be based in Phoenix Area or open to relocation
+ Build and configure the system to meet the diverse needs of our end users.
+ Will be involved in both incident resolution as well as small to large project initiatives.
Knowledge, Skills And Abilities
+ Understands the workflow and process requirements of complex application systems.
+ Demonstrated ability to be a clinical subject matter expert in supporting, maintaining and administering complex applications.
+ Understands business function related to the application. Ability to communicate with both technical and non-technical employees across the enterprise.
+ Excellent verbal and written communication/presentation skills.
+ Exceptional organizational skills with ability to handle multiple projects, multiple (and sometimes conflicting) priorities and adapt to change.
Epic Certifications Required in one or more of the following modules:
Ambulatory, MyChart, Cadence, Healthy Planet
4+ Years Epic Analyst experience in one or more of the required certifications. Epic Reporting and Project Management experience is a plus
Location: Must be based in Phoenix Area or open to relocation
The Social Media Manager is primarily responsible for the development and creation of various types of social media content as well as the implementation and ongoing support of social media strategies that map to short-term and long-term organizational initiatives. This individual will spend approximately 70% of their time on social media and 30% of their time on digital media. This role is a key member of the marketing team and will assist our growing number of internal clients and enterprise-wide initiatives.
Highly Preferred Skills, Abilities & Qualifications:
Required Knowledge, Education & Experience:
Discover the Magic in Healthcare at our flagship educational and networking event on September 30th and October 1st 2021 at the Tempe Mission Palms Resort. Event registration includes Thursday’s welcome reception along with all day Friday access to world class keynote speakers, healthcare innovators, and multiple education track sessions (see details below) throughout the day as well as meals and beverages. The first 200 attendees to register will receive a complimentary copy of both “Loved Based Culture” and “Humor that Works”. There will also be a book signing during the Closing Reception where attendees can have their books signed by the authors.
We are so excited to introduce our full list of speakers! More details on each individual to follow. We look forward to hosting all of you at our Fall Summit September 30th and October 1st. Details and Registration on the HIMSS Arizona Chapter Website: https://lnkd.in/gmjzqkPJ
Strategy & Leadership Track Speakers:
Major General Boe Young from Galloway Consulting
Dr. Sheila Babendir from University of Phoenix
Steve Purves, FACHE from Valleywise Health
Kote Chundu from District Medical Group
Melissa (Rutala) Kotrys from Health Current
Healthcare Finance Track Speakers:
Jarrod Brown, CHAM from Banner Health
Andrea Whipple from Banner Health
Care Innovation Track Speakers:
Matthew Anderson, MD, MBA, CPE from Banner Health
Jenn Barrett from Mercy Care
Tad Gary from Mercy Care
Andrew Terech, LAC from Health Current
Tina Burbine from Healthlink Advisors
Data Management and Analytics Track Speakers:
Damini Dave from Banner Health
Julie Fowler Smith from Banner Health
Dr. Anthony Dunnigan, MD, MBI, FAMIA from Valleywise Health
Advance Technology Track Speakers:
Vu Nguyen from Pipeline Health - Los Angeles
Sajid Ahmed from WISE Healthcare
Jeff Bell from CereCore
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Take a moment while enjoying the long weekend with friends and family to honor military personnel who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. We suggest flying the American flag to show your support, here are 10 quick rules for doing it with respect and gratitude...
10 Rules for flying the American Flag:
1.) The U.S. flag should always be flown above any other flag and should be larger than any other flag in a display.
2.) The flag should always be at full mast unless it's at half staff. When half staff is called for, the flag should be briefly raised to full staff and then lowered to the half staff position. On lowering, it should be raised to full staff briefly and then lowered completely. On Memorial Day, the flag is at half staff from sunup until noon and then at full staff until sundown.
3.) The flag should never be flown at night unless it's lit.
4.) The flag should never be allowed to touch the ground.
5.) When necessary, flag care such as flag cleaning or mending should be performed.
6.) If the flag becomes worn or faded beyond repair, it should be destroyed by burning in a respectful manner. American Legion, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts regularly provide dignified flag burning ceremonies, often on Flag Day (June 14).
7.) A flag should always be displayed with the union (blue star field) at the top, whether the flag is vertical or horizontal with the field to the observer's left. The only time it should be flown upside down is as a sign of distress.
8.) The flag should only be used as a drape or decoration on a casket with the union at the top left shoulder of the deceased.
9.) The American flag should always be displayed to the center or right of the bearer or speaker.
10.) When raising the flag, it should be raised briskly, and upon lowering it, should be lowered slowly.