21 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 March 2015 ONC data.

Here are 21 hospitals and health systems that posted job listings seeking EHR and IT expertise for these platforms in the past two weeks.

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

Cerner
1. MedStar Health – Baltimore: Seeks an applications analyst

2. The Regional Medical Center (Orangeburg, S.C.): Seeks a clinical informatics trainer

3. Ascension Healthcare (Rochester, Mich.): Seeks a senior clinical documentation analyst

4. University of Washington Medical Center (Seattle): Seeks a clinical informatics analyst

5. Billings (Mont.) Clinic: Seeks a system consultant

MEDITECH
1. Hospital Corporation of America (Nashville, Tenn.): Seeks a clinical client support analyst

2. Loretto Hospital (Chicago): Seeks a clinical documentation specialist

3. Holyoke (Mass.) Medical Center: Seeks a biller

4. Saratoga Hospital (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.): Seeks a coding specialist

5. Kootenai Health (Coeur d'Alene, Idaho): Seeks a business systems analyst

6. Signature Healthcare (Brockton, Mass.): Seeks a systems analyst

7. Heywood Hospital (Gardner, Mass.): Seeks a patient registrar

8. Silver Cross Hospital (New Lenox, Ill.): Seeks a central scheduling representative

Epic
1. El Camino Hospital (Mountain View, Calif.): Seeks a systems analyst

2. Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago: Seeks a trainer

3. Texas Health Resources (Arlington): Seeks an application analyst

4. CaroMont Regional Medical Center (Gastonia, N.C.): Seeks an IT analyst

5. Baptist Health (Little Rock, Ark.): Seeks a systems analyst

6. UCLA Health (Los Angeles): Seeks an application analyst for ambulatory systems

7. Southeastern Regional Medical Center (Lumberton, N.C.): Seeks a trainer

8. Cheyenne (Wyo.) Regional Medical Center: Seeks an analyst 

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