Role of a Clinical Data Analyst
- March 21, 2015
- Posted By : sarit1979
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[cs_column column_size=”1/2″][cs_image column_size=”1/1″ image_style=”plain” cs_image_url=”http://www.datapanaceaonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/healthcare-it.jpg” cs_image_url1=”Browse”][/cs_image][/cs_column][cs_column column_size=”1/2″]What does a Clinical Data Analyst do?
- Analyze science, engineering, business, and other data processing problems to implement and improve computer systems.
- Analyze user requirements, procedures, and problems to automate or improve existing systems and review computer system capabilities, workflow, and scheduling limitations
- Involved in the installation and development of hospital computer information programs.
- To perform system upgrades and provide system maintenance whenever necessary.
- They may participate in developing policies and creating training tools for hospital information systems users.
- Instruct technicians in making changes to system software or design.
- Other duties include training new hospital staff on information systems and ensuring that data input and information retrieval are done properly.
[cs_column column_size=”1/2″][/cs_column][cs_column column_size=”1/2″]Key skills and qualifications of a Clinical Analyst
- Professionals in this field must have advanced software knowledge
- The ability to supervise staff and maintain hospital information confidentiality.
- Extensive computer knowledge,
- Analytical mind and excellent problem solving skills.
- Handle stressful situations.
Bachelor’s degrees in computer science or a related field is required to become clinical systems analysts.
Students should major in areas such as information management, computer science or healthcare administration.
Networking and programming experience may also be a requirement.