Clinical systems analysts are responsible for system upkeep and network traffic analysis for their organization. They are in charge of responding to end user requests regarding software or hardware device issues, and they must follow privacy and operational procedures to define functional requirements. The analyst's main functions include planning and analyzing a variety of application for use in a clinical setting, and one of their main tools includes a personal computer with troubleshooting software to determine system problems. Clinical systems analysts also analyze system networks and recommend possible changes to the existing system processes to increase productivity and minimize computer issues.
Clinical Systems Analyst Tasks
Track and document issues, problems, solutions, and trends.
Integrate, validate, test, and confirm operational functionality for clinical systems.
Plan, design, build, and test clinical systems applications.
Monitor processes, workflows, and compliance to regulations.