Clinical Systems Analyst

Posted on February 4, 2019

Salina Regional Health Center
Salina, Kansas

Awarded twice as a Most Wired Hospital by the American Hospital Association, and awarded the designation of Stage 6 in EMR Adoption by HIMSS Analytics, SRHC and the SRHC IT Department are leaders in utilizing technology to advance patient care.  In the IT Department we take pride in our customer service focus and our collaborative approach to problem solving.  We thrive in a fast-paced, good energy environment where professional growth is encouraged and rewarded.  We are looking for a sharp, ambitious, and enthusiastic individual with a clinical background that enjoys working with technology.

At SRHC you’ll work with a team of analysts and IT professionals to provide support and innovative solutions for three acute care hospitals and twenty three provider practices.  You’ll make a difference in patient care by building, maintaining, and customizing advanced clinical systems for our providers, nurses, techs, and care givers.  Find out more about SRHC by visiting

We currently have an opening for a Clinical Systems Analyst.

The Clinical Analyst is the primary liaison between clinical operations, Information Technology Services, system users, and vendors.  This position is responsible for implementing and maintaining all clinical and ambulatory software systems. The Clinical Analyst is responsible for the development, implementation, maintenance and training for all clinical applications used by SRHC. The role is responsible for the design of physician and nursing documentation and other clinical applications, documentation and testing during implementations, on-going application support, as well as post Go-Live support; conducting reviews of electronic documentation, analyzing problems and processes and making recommendations to improve compliance and accuracy; training end users; and other duties as assigned. The role works closely with a wide variety of groups across the health care system including medical and non-medical staff to build, test, document, facilitate training, and maintain a standardized clinical information system.