Healthcare IT certifications for 2022. Check out the top 9 certifications that can help you jump start your technology career in 2022.Read more
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What Does An HIM Analyst Do?
Here is where you can learn what a health information analyst does, including document management, release of information, chart audits, and patient safety.Read more
Clinical Application Specialist, Clinical Application Analyst Career
Did you know that one of the hottest jobs in Healthcare IT is the Clinical Application Specialist? What does a Clinical Application Analyst do, and how much does it pay?Read more
What Is IT Help Desk Software? IT Service Desk Software Practices
What is IT Help Desk Software? Here is where you learn how tickets get created, routed, escalated, and solved in a IT service desk environment.Read more
Make The Jump From CNA to Health IT
Do you work as a CNA or MA in Healthcare, and would like to move to Healthcare Information Technology? This is the post for you! I’m going to give you a detailed month-by-month plan to help you land that first Healthcare IT job in one year or less…Read more
What Is An SME? Subject Matter Expert
What Is An SME? A Subject Matter Expert in Healthcare IT provides support and advocacy for the end-users of clinical software. They are important members of software implementation projects. Becoming a SME can help your career…Read more
Who Is The Physician Champion?
The Physician Champion is a physician who has chosen to take on the role of liaison between a group of clinical users and the technical staff who implements technology. They are critical to the success of complex clinical technology projects…Read more
Clinical Systems Analyst
I’m excited today to give you a career highlight on one of the most important jobs in a Healthcare IT department, the Clinical Systems Analyst. The way this job is packaged may vary from one organization to another. Some organizations may consider the Clinical Systems Analyst to be someone who works with systems from a high level architecture angle. This differs from an Applications Analyst, who implements, supports, and trains clinical systems, but does not work much with the underlying architecture. In other organizations, we may be talking about more of a Systems Administrator, who is responsible for the implementation and support of core technical infrastructure. Let’s look at both approaches.Read more