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Epic Certification Highlight: Ambulatory

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Epic Ambulatory certification is one of the most common Epic certifications since it is one of the main and largest components of Epic System.  With this module, Primary Care and Specialty clinicians are to input data such as: clinical documentation, order entry and e-prescribing.

Nationwide, the average income of an Epic Ambulatory Analyst is $84,999.00 and the average hourly is $41.00.  If you hover on the interactive map above, you can see the average hourly and salaries in each state.  The figures shown here are an average from all the job postings on Ziprecruiter across the United States.  If you are interested in seeing the difference between an Epic and Cerner Trainer salaries, click here.

According to Ziprecruiter, here are the top 5 highest average income states for Epic Ambulatory Analyst roles:

  1. New York
  2. Massachusetts
  3. Maryland
  4. Connecticut
  5. California

And the bottom 5 lowest:

  1. North Carolina
  2. Florida
  3. Michigan
  4. Missouri
  5. Illinois

If you are looking for your next career move or contract opportunity, please email your resume to to be connected with one of our experienced Epic Specialists. Read more on different types of certifications and how to start your journey to become certified.

This article was created by Stephanie Sok, Business Researcher, Global Healthcare IT, Inc. with assistance from the following base line articles: For more on each please click on the link.

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