Epic Principal TrainerApply Job ID 17129 Date posted Mar. 15, 2020 Location Sussex, Wisconsin Full Time / Part Time Full time (FT)
- Utilize continuous quality improvement principles to develop, revise and maintain course curricula and supporting training materials for respective application for end users and new hire training. Materials include but not limited to: learning objectives, course outlines, assessments, storyboards, instructor manuals, and participant materials. Maintain consistency and alignment of curriculum at an enterprise level.
- Be the Voice Of the Customer to drive the continuous improvement and innovation into the curriculum, build, features and workflows. Work within our health centers on a regular basis as an immersive end user experience and collaborate with the team and business partners to set priority, implement, train and deploy.
- Maintain partnership with analysts, operational leaders, subject matter experts, operational excellence and training team members to stay at center of changes in assigned Epic application(s) and incorporate updates to ensure all training reflects build, updated functionality, current operational workflows, policies and procedures.
- Proactively assist with testing of new build and functionality to help ensure quality of our environment, ensure we are meeting intent of user requirements as well as gain a firsthand understanding of upcoming changes.
- Coordinate and implement training and refresher training as needed for CT’s and End Users.
- Assist with the identification and coordination with end users including clinicians and corporate staff (Nursing, Physicians, Pharmacy, RCM, etc.) to review curriculum. Complete a formal annual review of all training materials to evaluate the quality of content and consistency of training materials across all Epic modules. Design robust evaluation methods for training programs.
- Deconstruct defined clinician workflows into specific tasks and steps and incorporate into clear, concise training materials, job aids and other documentation for use during clinical information systems training, implementations and new functionality releases. Maintain sound knowledge of how the Electronic Health Record (EHR) and associated modules are situated in the workflow of clinicians and others within healthcare. May be called upon to analyze existing daily operations as they relate to training decisions.
- Maintain tip sheets to educate on the difference between Foundation Training Environment and the Production Environment. Troubleshoots software problems within the training environment as appropriate and seeks Epic support as needed via direct contact or through submission of issue tickets.
- Build and configure, test, and maintain the training environment within defined timeframes. Troubleshoots software problems within the training environment as appropriate and seeks Epic support as needed via direct contact or through submission of issue tickets.
- Train and credential Credentialed Trainers on assigned clinical application(s), as needed to meet internal training demands for end-user training. Re-train existing Credentialed Trainers to keep them current. Assists other trainers and clinical leaders in understanding new end user functionality contained within system releases.
- Research and stay current with best practices for adult learning theory while designing materials. Stays abreast of changes in assigned Epic application(s) and updates training materials as necessary.
- Partner with stakeholders to collectively determine appropriate platform for training delivery based on the audience and clinical needs and the appropriate sequence of learning content. Develop interactive, blended learning solutions to support the most effective and appropriate use of our clinical applications including demos and presentation.
- Participate on committees and ad hoc work groups, as requested, to provide input on the development of training materials and educational activities for various organizational initiatives that involve assigned Epic application(s).
- Graduate from an accredited medical assistants program with AAMA certification minimum requirement; or a graduate from an accredited nursing program preferred.
- Four (4) years of relevant clinical experience preferred.
- Two (2) years of training, adult education and/or instructional design experience preferred.
- Certification in assigned Epic applications required within 3 months of hire
- Organization and time management skills in planning and executing
- Excellent communication skills, including the ability to effectively present training materials, provide instruction, guide end users and evaluate feedback
- A working understanding of clinical terminology and clinician workflow processes
- Ability to build trusting relationships and collaborate effectively with colleagues and other departments
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