Clinical Informatics RN

Overview The Clinical Informatics (CI) serves as a liaison between the hospital's clinical areas and the IT department. S/he collaborates with staff, physicians and stakeholders to optimize the usage of clinical systems by providing moderately complex system education and training, build/maintenance, quality outcomes, and providing support in accordance with organizational goals. The CI assists in the development of policies and procedures for the usage of clinical information systems. S/he promotes the integration between clinical areas and IT regarding the development and translation of business needs with consideration of the impact that new or modified clinical information systems have on patient confidentiality and privacy. The CI may apply their knowledge of the Health Information Exchange for ambulatory and hospital data integration and may collaborate with Business intelligence for reporting results and/or progress of clinical systems initiatives for process improvement.  Call required.  Responsibilities Project Management Manages complex projects, providing quality assurance, and information systems design expertise. Analyses the needs and requirements for clinical applications in acute and ambulatory healthcare settings. Provides leadership for clinical systems projects and initiatives. Evaluate business process changes and IT enhancements to ensure the success and optimization of new or modified clinical information systems.  Data Integrity Coordinates the collection and analysis of metrics that relate to benefits realization and the return on investment in clinical information systems. Manages, builds, and assesses workflow need. Manages the impact that new or modified clinical information systems have on patient confidentiality and privacy. Monitors system performance and compliance with EMR recommended standards, and report to IT and impacted departments when anomalies, errors, inaccuracies, or inefficiencies occur. Maps real-life nursing practices to information applications.  Education Trains, educates, builds and instructs clinical users on features, operation, and usage of software systems. Trains physicians and staff to adopt new workflows and tools utilizing change management methods. Qualifications Education Bachelor's degree in Nursing - required.   Master's Degree in Nursing - preferred.   MHA and MBA - preferred.   Certification/Licensure Current RN license in the State of Arizona - required.   Cerner fundamentals - required within 30 days of hire.   LEANSix Sigma or influencer training - preferred.   Experience Minimum of five (5) years of direct work experience in an acute/ambulatory setting - required. 2018-4026
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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