iMethods is seeking a Clinical Informatics Specialist for a large healthcare client in Jacksonville, Florida.
Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to providing expertise in the planning, design, development, training, implementation, communication, maintenance, and evaluation of new or existing functionality related to clinical and business information systems. The immediate focus of this CI Specialist will be to help direct and lead the IT clinical initiatives with a focus on physician documentation and change control. Knowledge of patient care, operational processes, and of information systems requirements focused on clinical/operational expertise. Physician workflow and PowerPlan/Evidenced-based order set development experience preferred.
Works as a liaison among stakeholders in order to elicit, analyze, communicate, and validate requirements for changes to processes, policies, and information systems. Ensures data/information is current with regulatory agency and best practice standards. Coordinates the collection and report of metric defining benefits realization associate with the clinical information systems. Serves as an internal consultant to all departments to identify and achieve department and project goals.
2-3 years of Physician workflow experience
2-5 years Physician facing experience
Strong understanding of change control
Minimum 3 years of clinical experience working with quality core measures; A minimum of 2 years Nursing Informatics experience
Previous experience or exposure to Cerner application suite OR other acute or ambulatory EMR systems (i.e. Allscripts, Epic, McKesson, etc…)
Strong understanding of process redesign including documentation of current and future state workflow processes.
Excellent analytical and problem solving skills.
Demonstrated ability to be self-directed with excellent organization, communication and interpersonal skills.
Understanding of clinician needs and practice patterns, as well as hospital operations and workflow.
Ability to test, analyze, trouble shoot, and isolate complex problems.
Bachelor's degree in Nursing (BSN/ARNP/PA/LPN) preferred