Senior Epic Consultant Leslie Harrison Consultant at a Glance Industry Experience 4 years of Epic experience years of management experience 7 years in the healthcare industry Respiratory Therapist Epic Experience Ambulatory certified MST build experience Epic implementation methodology Go-live planning/execution Software testing Multiple go-lives Mentoring of others Staff/end-user training Management and movement of data Issues, communication, and risk management Healthcare Organizations Memorial University Medical Center Medical University of South Carolina Additional Qualifications M.S. Adult Education and Community Leadership Consultant at a Glance Industry Experience 4 years of Epic experience years of management experience 7 years in the healthcare industry Respiratory Therapist Epic Experience Ambulatory certified MST build experience Epic implementation methodology Go-live planning/execution Software testing Multiple go-lives Mentoring of others Staff/end-user training Management and movement of data Issues, communication, and risk management Healthcare Organizations Memorial University Medical Center Medical University of South Carolina Additional Qualifications M.S. Adult Education and Community Leadership Summary Qualified healthcare IT professional with extensive Epic training and analyst experience. Certified in Ambulatory, proficient in master training environment build, patient build, mitosis, curriculum development, and Epic's Training Wheels. Energetic leader with a firm grasp on Epic integration points with the knowledge and experience needed for executing successful training programs and go-lives. Instructional designer with 16 years healthcare experience, effective in the understanding and use of, adult learning principles and methodologies.
Sr. Instructional Design Consultant01/2014HealthCare IT LeadersAlpharetta, GA
Sr. Instructional Designer01/2011 to 01/2014Memorial University Medical CenterSavannah, GA
Serve as the primary resource for assisting the end-users in system support Built the Master Training Environment, including training patients and setting up mitosis minor for patient duplication Provide elbow-to-elbow support to physicians, nurses, and clinical staff and provide training in a one-on-one setting.
Act as a liaison between the command center and the end-users Submit tickets using Diagwin software for high and low issues, optimization, and enhancement requests Utilize instructional design principles and models in development of training resources and materials designs, develop and manage lessons, instructional modules, and training documentation and manage change control of training material including user manuals in accordance to the organization's specific guidelines Develop and maintain comprehensive instructor led and computer based training modules for all applicable systems and ancillary applications Partner with cross-functional teams, training leads and system owners in collating system training enhancement requests in collaboration with training management team Serve as primary trainer for clinical systems as appropriate by instructing user training and system demonstrations in group, individual/one-on-one, and webcasts sessions Participate in the implementation of system updates and releases with management, systems personnel, end-users, and vendors Plan and coordinate system testing efforts Regularly update internal and external department tracking systems and provides regular updates to management regarding problem resolution Assist with the design of user training programs to educate all clinicians on system applications Provide end-users with scenarios that were instrumental to their workflow Proctor proficiency examinations both written and computer based Assist with the development of clinical system related policies, procedures and standards in conjunction with the clinical departments and Joint Commission: Accreditation, Health Care, and Certification (JCAHO) standards.
Coordinate with Patient Care Services the design, implementation, functionality and evaluation of integrated Clinical Information Systems that support and enhance clinical practice, administrative and management needs and patient outcomes Ambulatory Build consists of: Master file experience for Patient record, User record, Provider record, Flowsheet groups, Flowsheet rows, Flowsheet template, Workflow Engine Rule, Navigators, Navigator template, EpicCare profiles, Question records, System definition settings, Print groups and Reports, Security classes and Security points, and User roles, Order groups, SmartTexts, SmartSets, Order composer configuration, Medication Record, Preference List, Result Component, and Reason for visit Function as liaison and applications advisor in analysis and evaluation of user needs Identify and document user software problems/issues and coordinates possible resolution Provide trouble shooting, error resolution and user support within an efficient and timely manner Seek advice of applications specialist and senior specialist on major issues Provide written/verbal status reports to project managers/coordinators (i.e., Applications Specialists, Lead Specialists and/or Senior Management.
Respiratory Therapist01/2007 to 01/2011Medical University of South CarolinaCharleston, SC
Responsible for the proper and safe administration of respiratory care including intermittent and continuous therapy, blood gas sampling and analysis, mechanical ventilation, airway management and non-invasive oxygen and carbon dioxide monitoring of neonatal newborn, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric populations Evaluated, treated, and cared for patients with breathing or other cardiopulmonary disorders while practicing under the direction of a physician Delivered therapeutic treatments and diagnostic procedures, consulted physicians and other healthcare staff to help develop and modify patient care plans, provided complex therapy requiring considerable independent judgment, such as caring for patients on life support in intensive-care units Evaluated and treated all types of patients, ranging from premature infants whose lungs are not fully developed to elderly people whose lungs are diseased Performed limited physical examinations and conducted diagnostic tests.
B.SArmstrong Atlantic State UniversitySavannah, GA
M.SArmstrong Atlantic State UniversitySavannah, GA
administrative, direction, documentation, Senior Management, functional, Information Systems, instructor, instructing, instructional design, materials, mechanical, composer, Navigator, optimization, personnel, policies, problem resolution, user support, user training, user manuals, trainer, trouble shooting, Workflow, written