• Memorial Health System
  • Marietta, Ohio
  • Aug 05, 2022

Job Description

·        BLS required upon hire. ·        Bachelor's degree in nursing or a healthcare related field or currently pursuing required. ·        High School Diploma/GED in lieu of degree required. ·        An RN requires current licensure in state of Ohio and WV. ·        Clinical education experience preferred.   Job Functions: 1.      Have an expert level of knowledge and understanding of education, professional development, and EMR documentation and software (BOLT, Meditech, or any EMR) and impart this knowledge to each user type: Ambulatory Clerical, Ambulatory Nursing, Ambulatory Provider, Inpatient Clerical, Inpatient Nursing, and Inpatient Provider. 2.      Facilitate and schedule education training of new users by assigning training assets, teaching hands-on knowledge classes, providing elbow-2-elbow support. Exercise judgement to identify users requiring additional hands on practice beyond onboarding education, and sign off when users are competent to use the EMR in the live environment. 3.      Audit charts for deficiencies in clinical documentation and assess the knowledge gap of the end user. Provide periodic follow-up education and maintain a high level of visibility to maintain expert end users. 4.      Responsible for creating and maintaining teaching curriculum, BOLT Features, BOLT Essential Guides, and down-time documentation forms and procedures for all end users. 5.     Actively participate in testing BOLT/EMR software prior to a release or update and provide feedback to Med One. 6.      Act as a coach and mentor for teammates and end users while being a liaison for all EMR stakeholders. Use excellent communication and collaboration to identify opportunities for improvement in safety, quality, efficiency, performances, and compliance. Work to eliminate silos by encouraging cross-functional collaboration and processes from outpatient to inpatient. 7.      Coordination/Integration with MHS IT department to ensure offices have appropriate hardware/IT infrastructure to support operations. Have a basic knowledge of computer trouble shooting (basic display settings, microphone, adding printers, etc.) 8.      Evaluate the effectiveness of the computer documentation training and collaborate with quality, HFAP coordinator, etc to ensure training includes teaching updated best practice and regulatory requirements. 9.     Onboard new providers to MHS with network sign-in, tap badge, email, Imprivata, VPN access, Memorial Care Now (telehealth solution), and set up with Dr. First for e-prescribing, and EPCS. 10.  Assumes all other duties as assigned.   Compensation Details:  Education, experience, and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended. Minimum hiring rate for this position is listed below. Benefits Memorial Health System is proud to offer an affordable, comprehensive benefit package to all full time and flex time employees.    Medical Insurance – PPO & HDHP Dental and Vison Insurance Health Saving Account Flexible Spending Account Dependent Care Pension Plan – Defined Contribution 403b Retirement Plan Voluntary Life Insurance Short-Term & Long-Term Disability Vacation Time Sick Time Holiday Pay & Premium Shift Differential Tuition Reimbursement Tuition Repayment Performance & Market Increases Relocation Package, if applicable   This position is patient facing and/or requires close interaction with other employees, or other factors that would compel mandatory vaccinations unless otherwise approved for a medical or religious exemption.   Memorial Health System is an equal opportunity provider and employer. If you wish to file a Civil Rights program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, found online at, or at any USDA office, or call (866) 632-9992 to request the form. You may also write a letter containing all of the information requested in the form. Send your completed complaint form or letter to us by mail at U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Stop 9410, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, by fax (202) 690-7442 or email at


Monday-Friday - 8am-4:30pm (with occasional evening and weekend hours)

Employment Type (feed only)

Full Time – 80 hours Hours: Monday-Friday - 8am-4:30pm (with occasional evening and weekend hours)