An Epic credentialed trainer is in charge of providing training to hospital employees in the Epic healthcare record system. Their duties encompass developing the training curriculum, developing training materials, and delivering end-user training for the Epic system. Their primary goal is to ensure that employees have the skills that they need to optimize system utilization and provide the best level of patient care possible.
An Epic credentialed trainer may also upgrade computer system upgrades as necessary and provide technical support to hospital staff. Epic credentialed trainers may also be responsible for implementing system maintenance and troubleshooting issues as needed.
To become an Epic credentialed trainer, one must undergo an Epic training program and pass a certification exam. Before admission to the program, an applicant must have a bachelor's degree in nursing, business, healthcare administration, or another related field, as well as a sponsorship from your employer.
When you finally become credentialed, you must have excellent skills in instruction, time management, leadership, and communication to become successful in this role. Training experience is also a plus.
If you want to advance your career to the position of an Epic credentialed trainer, you can expect an average salary of around $28 an hour or $59,000 a year.