Mercy Health seeking IT professionals at technology career fair

(CINCINNATI; July 7, 2016) - Mercy Health – a Catholic healthcare ministry serving Ohio and Kentucky, is seeking healthcare technology professionals to fill 20 new positions when it hosts a technology career fair from 4-7 p.m. on Thursday, July 21.

The event takes place at Mercy Health’s Bond Hill Home Office, located at 1701 Mercy Health Place (formerly Showcase Cinema Drive), Cincinnati, OH 45237. Attendees can park near the main entrance and follow signs to the cafeteria.

Mercy Health seeks application coordinators, principal trainers and credentialed trainers for CarePATH, its electronic medical record system, at this event. The positions are primarily located at the Bond Hill office with a few available in northern Ohio.

Attendees should bring their resumes, since they will have the opportunity to meet with hiring managers. Attendees can also visit the career page at and apply online before the career fair.

These are full time positions for self-motivated, quick thinking candidates with the following preferred experience:
• clinical experience
• project coordination/management
• problem solving
• customer service

CarePATH team members:
• work side by side with physicians, nurses, therapists, billing office staff and others to configure our EPIC software
• help lead and manage change and ultimately transform the way Mercy Health provides healthcare in Ohio and Kentucky
• apply creativity and problem-solving skills to discover and design solutions for a range of issues, from configurations improving efficiency and patient safety to optimizations and software upgrades

Mercy Health is a non-smoking workplace. Non-smokers preferred.

Mercy Health (formerly Catholic Health Partners) is the largest health system in Ohio and one of the largest health systems in the United States, employing more than 34,000 employees in Ohio and Kentucky. With $6 billion in assets, Mercy Health operates about 450 health facilities, including 23 hospitals, eight senior living communities, five hospice programs and seven home health agencies. Its accountable care organization, Mercy Health Select, is one of the top 10 ACOs in the country for Medicare Shared Savings, generating more than $15 million in savings in 2014. In keeping with its mission, Mercy Health provides about $1 million per day in community benefit services. Mercy Health is a founding member of Health Innovations Ohio, which focuses on providing health services that result in higher quality, better health and greater value. For more information, visit or connect with Mercy Health on Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest and Twitter (@LivingMercyHlth).