Performs the essential duties and responsibilities and the
primary functions of the Clinical Applications Manager. Provides
logistical support in the areas of system evaluation,
implementation, system analysis, end user education and continued
support. Responsible for promoting teamwork with co-workers and
clinical departments. Responsible for supporting a formalized
liaison program with leadership from clinical departments.
Responsible for solving routine and non-routine problems, managing
multiple priorities, and interpreting a variety of instructions
furnished in a written or oral form. Responsible for following
formalized project management, change management, and escalation
processes. Additionally, the Clinical Applications Manager will
demonstrate and maintain industry specific knowledge and judgment
associated with the specific area of expertise.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor's degree in equivalent field, or equivalent experience,
Master's Degree highly preferred.
Healthcare Informatics experience or equivalent clinical
knowledge andor licensure may be considered.
Previous experience managing a variety of health information
systems in an acute care hospital environment.
Industry specific associate-level or professional-level
Demonstrated skillset in multiple relevant technologies
Demonstrated customer-service and communication skills
Supervision of a technical staff of 9 to 12 is required.
Manage and lead a technical staff of clinical application
specialists and clinical informaticists including training,
evaluation, and job assignments.
Design and manage application implementations, upgrades, and
ongoing support, including overall project management and project
Allocate and schedule staff to support the various Health
Information Systems (HIS) software applications employed throughout
Maintain current knowledge of trends and advances in HIS
software application including clinical and decision support
Maintain current knowledge of compliance legislation for
clinical information systems including MIPS, MACRA, Meaningful Use,
and subsequent associated standards.
Provides logistical support to all clinical HIS software, e.g.,
procurement, licensing, and maintenance. This does not include
standard desktop applications such as Microsoft Office.
Assumes primary responsibility in the evaluation, acquisition,
and implementation of new HIS applications
Coordinates all resources necessary for the periodic upgrades of
production HIS applications
Assures that adequate training resources are available for HIS
applications and that appropriate training of all hospital and
medical staff is completed.
Responsible for team participation in departmental change
management documentation and approval processes
Responsible for clinical applications team partnership with
clinical leadership including a formalized meeting schedule with a
focus to align clinical and HIS standards with departmental
workflow, processes, and policies
Responsible for measuring the efficacy and
efficiency of post implementation processes
Days, Full Time, Mon-Fri, 8-5
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Minimum Years of Experience:
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