I see there's a position for a "Project Manager/Implementation Consultant" at Epic. What exactly do you do?

I see there's a position for a "Project Manager/Implementation Consultant" at Epic. What exactly do you do?
2018-07-03T23:40:44Z 1
2018-07-03T23:40:44Z

Former Project Manager/Implementation Consultant at Epic

over 1 year ago
Initially, a Project Manger will be assigned an application within the Epic software suite (think Microsoft Word within the Microsoft Office suite). There are roughly 20 different applications that do a great portion of what hospitals need - from checking patients in, to managing their health records, to issuing bills for hospital stays. After that you'll be taught a lot about the application and then be assigned a primary client to implement the software. These customers will be new to Epic, upgrading, or adding onto existing applications. You'll work with one manager on your same application and a team of others who are responsible for other applications. Once assigned a customer, you'll follow a process to present the software functionality, make decisions on how the software should be setup, get these decisions adopted by stokeholds, build/implement the software, and then get it live. These projects range from 6 months to 2+ years. It's a very heavy client facing role. Once you become more tenured 8-12 months in, you'll be given opportunities to help out or be voluntold to help out at other customers and travel to their locations. You'll be expected to travel 50% of your time. Fly out on Monday and return Thursday most of the time. Hours can be lengthy
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