Cardinal Health CIMS Implementation Account Manager in Massachusetts, Massachusetts

CIMS Implementation Account Manager

Cardinal Health Inventory Management Solutions (CIMS) is a rapidly growing platform that enables hospitals and medical device manufacturers to efficiently manage the inventory and usage of high value medical devices and implantables throughout the supply chain, all the way to the point of use. CIMS leverages advanced technologies such as RFID, NFC, and mobile, as well as a cloud-based advanced analytics platform. Our innovative solutions are deployed in over 20 time zones and growing monthly. We are looking for high energy, customer focused team members to be part of this remarkable team.


The Account Manager has responsibility for the CIMS accounts, which could range from a hospital department to a large IDN. This position will have responsibility for procedural areas during the period of the contract and may then be responsible for additional accounts as assigned by the regional CIMS account manager leader. This position reports to the central regional account manager and takes direction from the Enterprise Program Manager.

Responsibilities include:

  • Cultivate relationships to ensure successful, long-term customer experience culminating in a renewal
  • Articulate benefits and adoption strategies to new and existing customers
  • Responsible for ongoing consultative support to the hospital end users and leadership. This includes regular visits to review hospital utilization of CIMS features and functions, phone support to hospital users, and regular business reviews including analysis of success metrics.
  • Provide support to pre-implementation assessment activities including mapping current and future workflows, mapping how CIMS works within the legacy supply chain systems and EMR environments, and providing recommended CIMS layouts, where applicable
  • Responsible for customer advocacy to ensure issues are resolved in a timely and effective manner while adhering to CIMS policies and procedures.
  • Work collaboratively with internal and external teams including Operations, Customer Service, and Software Engineering during deployment process.
  • Support project management and implementation through facilitation of change management activities with end users such as clinicians and supply chain leaders.
  • Collaborate with the sales team around CIMS expansion opportunities within the account.
  • Identify opportunities post go-live for improved analytics and enhancements to further differentiate our solutions.
  • Master the full range of products/services in CIMS and keep up with new product introductions.
  • May be asked to work with Marketing to present at industry conferences and webinars, and to assist in developing customer case studies and articles for publication.
  • Participate in product development initiatives including new product design, documentation review, and ensuring that customers benefit from new products and enhancements.


  • Strong communication skills, comfortable presenting to and interacting with customers on a regular basis including facilitation of meetings, with demonstrated understanding of cultural sensitivity..
  • Possess demonstrated work ethic, self-motivated and able to operate independently with limited direct supervision, while also comfortable working with a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Capable of adapting to change and able to successfully perform in an evolving environment
  • Results oriented, ensuring we deliver on commitments while also working to continuously improve processes.
  • Ability to learn and understand technical details of the CIMS solution and the customer technology environment
  • Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office products (Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word)


  • Demonstrate knowledge of hospital supply chain processes.
  • Lean Six Sigma certification or other Quality and Efficiency program certification strongly preferred


  • Minimum of 7 years’ experience in healthcare settings which includes at least 3 years of technical training, organizational effectiveness consulting, IT consulting, or clinical leadership


  • Able to travel, work with customers during project planning, implementation and on-site issue resolution (If located in Rochester 25% of time, if commuting to Rochester 90%).
  • Must provide proof of, and maintain current immunizations and obtain additional immunizations appropriate for the facility which enables access to customer sites in order to perform essential job functions. Proofs must include: Hepatitis B, Influenza (current year), MMR (mumps, measles, rubella), Varicella (chicken pox) Annual TB/PPD (skin test), Tetanus/Diphteria/Pertussis

Cardinal Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.