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You can make GDIT your place. You make it your own by turning obstacles into action. By owning your opportunity at GDIT, you’ll play an important role in providing the technologies and services that millions of healthcare professionals depend on, every day. Our work depends on a Biomedical Technician joining our team to support one of our federal customers in Madison, WI, Chicago, IL ,Hines, IL and Phoenix, AZ location.
One Biomedical Technician/BESS-Information Systems for William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital, Madison, WI
One Biomedical Technician/BESS-Information Systems for Jesse Brown VA Medical Center, Chicago, IL
One Biomedical Technician/BESS-Information Systems for Edward Hines Jr. VA Hospital, Hines, IL
Phoenix VA HCS, Phoenix, AZ
At GDIT, we put our people first. As a Biomedical Technician, a typical day will include:
This is a full-time, on-site position.
The biomedical technician performs duties related to technology assessment, technology implementation, and the maintenance and sustainment of biomedical equipment, devices, and systems for direct support of clinical operations. This position also supports the medical device integration and interface for the VA’s Electronic Health Record Modernization (EHRM). The Cerner Corporation’s electronic health record (EHR) will replace the VA’s existing EHR. The new system increases medical device integration, and interfaces with selected clinical systems, for a more seamless diagnosis and care documentation process. This biomedical technician possesses skills associated with the information technology aspects contained within radiology and imaging systems, and therefore can support the integration and transmission of digital imagery from the radiology system to the patient record.
Summary of Duties:
• Network integration of the Compass Router for all imaging modalities. This may include but is not limited to MUSE, ICU-CIS, PACS, and other imaging systems. Specific assignments will be subject to training and certification pertaining to specific equipment, devices, and systems.
• Technical implementation of Cerner-compatible medical system upgrades and new system installations. Coordination with the biomedical engineering team and with Cerner representatives to verify Cerner-compatible status.
• VLAN creation for radiology modalities, separation into vendor specific VLANs.
• Managing modality updates, networking changes to new VLAN infrastructure and communicating through the Compass Router.
• Assists the biomedical engineer with technology assessment and implementation to support the determination of specifications for radiology and imaging system replacement and modernization requirements, installation requirements, staff training, and activation process and procedures for new systems.
Biomedical Technician/BESS-Information Systems:
• A two-year associate degree or higher in an applied science or equivalent military training. • A minimum of three years of hospital or healthcare experience performing medical equipment maintenance, with a minimum of one-year specialized experience in medical information systems and networking.
• Current and advanced knowledge of computer virus protection software, available software patches and upgrades, information security tools, electronics, computers and network theory.
• Demonstrated competency in utilizing and maintaining computer and server based medical equipment, medical record databases, and proprietary and generic software; experience with TCP/IP, HL7, networking, network security and DICOM standards; experience maintaining, interfacing and troubleshooting networked medical equipment to include VLAN configuration, IP addressing, sub-netting, and network security; ability to interpret, identify and apply network engineering principles and practices; and ability to distinguish networking problems from non-networking problems.
• Understanding of regulatory agencies’ requirements, industry regulatory requirements and International Standard Organization standards.
• Familiarity with the setup and application of network test equipment and tools.
• Ability to read, analyze, and interpret technical literature, schematics, and drawings.
About Our Work
We are GDIT. The people supporting some of the most complex government, defense, and intelligence projects across the country. We deliver. Bringing the expertise needed to understand and advance critical missions. We transform. Shifting the ways clients invest in, integrate, and innovate technology solutions. We ensure today is safe and tomorrow is smarter. We are there. On the ground, beside our clients, in the lab, and everywhere in between. Offering the technology transformations, strategy, and mission services needed to get the job done.
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