Cerner Sr. Integrated Technologies Consultant - CareAware Device Integration in Kansas City, Missouri
Sr. Integrated Technologies Consultant - CareAware Device Integration
As a Senior Integrated Technologies Consultant on the CareAware Device Integration team, you will be responsible for providing consulting implementation services to clients throughout North America for medical device connectivity products. These products include CareAware Bedside Medical Device Integration (BMDI), CareAware Lab Medical Device Integration (MDI), CareAware Infusion Suite, and CareAware VitalsLink. Services include the integrated technology deployments of hardware, software and clinical workflow consulting. As a member of the CareAware Device Integration track you will be focused on collaboratively guiding clients with net new, add-on, and optimization deployments of integrated devices in various clinical settings. This includes integration of lab analyzers, anesthesia systems, patient monitoring, respiratory ventilators, infusion pumps, and medication dispensing cabinets. You will support clients through regular project events, testing calls, status meetings, and conversion support. You will drive implementation best practices, troubleshoot device integration issues, assess risk and mitigate findings throughout client engagements. You will influence associate growth and development within Device Integration through proactive coaching and community engagement. Additionally, you will advise on Device Integration deployment strategies, including interdependencies and design impacts, while managing effective client communication and planning across multi-product deployments. This role requires managing multiple work assignments and meeting utilization targets. When necessary, you will escalate and facilitate issue resolution with Engineering and Support Management while providing guidance to internal stakeholders in areas of product expertise. This role requires strong oral and written communication skills, including a high level of comfort interacting with clinical, IT, and biomedical equipment staff up to the mid-manager level.
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At least 8 years total combined related work experience and completed higher education, including:
At least 2 years healthcare information technology (HCIT) consulting, HCIT support and/or other client-facing or information technology (IT) solution work experience
At least 6 years additional work experience directly related to the duties of the job and/or completed higher education, including:
Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Science, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Business or Healthcare or relevant degree or equivalent work experience
4 Years experience working with CareAware iBus
4 Years experience working with Linux Operating Systems
4 Years experience with HL7 standards
4 Years experience with medical devices such as anesthesia carts, physiological monitors, ventilators, infusion pumps, and/or laboratory analyzers
3 Years of technical troubleshooting and problem-solving experience
3 Years of application of basic networking principles
Willing to travel up to 80% as needed
Currently reside in or be willing to relocate to the Kansas City metropolitan area, or reside near a major international airport
Willing to work additional or irregular hours as needed and allowed by local regulations
Work in accordance with corporate and organizational security policies and procedures, understand personal role in safeguarding corporate and client assets, and take appropriate action to prevent and report any compromises of security within scope of position
Perform other responsibilities as assigned
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