19 hospitals, health systems seeking Cerner, Meditech, Epic talent

The top three vendors hospitals use to attest to the meaningful use program are Cerner, Meditech and Epic, according to June 2016 ONC data.

Here are 19 hospitals and health systems that posted job listings seeking EHR and IT expertise in the past two weeks.

Note: This is not an exhaustive list. Job listings were compiled from job seeker websites.

Cerner
1. Saint Joseph Mercy Health System (Livonia, Mich. campus): Seeks a file room clerk

2. Cook County Health and Hospitals System (Chicago): Seeks a provider scheduling coordinator

3. Northwestern Medicine (Chicago): Seeks a patient accounting manager

4. Aultman Hospital (Canton, Ohio): Seeks a patient care technician

5. Florida Hospital (Winter Garden, Fla. campus): Seeks a registration representative

6. Santa Paula (Calif.) Hospital Clinic: Seeks a scribe/medical transcriptionist

Meditech
1. Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital (Somerset, Ky.): Seeks and ER admissions clerk

2. Brigham City (Utah) Community Hospital: Seeks a registrar

3. Presence Health (Evanston, Ill.): Seeks a patient care technician

4. St. James Mercy Hospital (Hornell, N.Y.): Seeks a registrar

5. Sisters of Charity Health System (Akron, Ohio): Seeks a registrar

6. Sinai Health System (Chicago): Seeks an insurance verifier

7. Lahey Clinic (Winchester, Mass.): Seeks a patient registrar

Epic
1. Baptist Health  (Little Rock, Ark.): Seeks a patient guest representative

2. Piedmont Healthcare (Jasper, Ga. campus): Seeks a patient access representative

3. ThomasJeffersonUniversity and Hospitals (Philadelphia): Seeks an application analyst

4. University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics (Madison): Seeks an admissions representative

5. UPMC (Erie, Pa. campus): Seeks a medical office/surgical scheduler

6. Texas Health Resources (Arlington): Seeks an ambulatory analyst

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