- Location: Gillette, WY
- Posted: Oct 26, 2018
Works under the supervision of the Director of Information Systems. Coordinates the development of the HIS applications in regards to education, benefit realization, and maintenance of all clinically related information. Manages and helps implement requests for system changes on all assigned modules. Participates in the development and improvement of operational workflow and processes in assigned clinical areas.
PRIMARY JOB DUTIES
Develops positive working relationships with all departments/managers/staff/physicians and clinicians involved in projects.
Works closely with managers, supervisors, clinicians in all clinical areas to represent their needs in the configuration and implementation of the HIS.
Serves as the primary liaison for all clinical departments relating to the HIS.
Communicates user needs to vendor and demonstrates effective follow-up as it applies to the efficient operation of the department/service line.
Utilizes current knowledge of clinical nursing practice to develop an evidence-based model for the HIS.
Coordinates the process of setting documentation standards for CCMH.
Develops and organizes educational training programs to ensure the proficiency within clinical service areas, and applications are utilized for maximum efficiency, and users are informed of new updates and revision.
Participates on committees as required to address clinical data issues and support clinical systems.
Keeps abreast of current developments and trends in the field by:
Attending at least one (1) conference aimed at informatics every two years.
Keeps abreast with industry publications and leading websites.
Serves as resource person for the daily operational issues of the hospital's clinical systems.
Demonstrates personal commitment to the principles, values and ethics of the organization.
Models accountability for learning by sharing knowledge and learning from others.
Utilizes the knowledge and skills of clinical practice to determine clinical functions that are suitable for computer application and to ensure that the HIS and related systems are consistent with professional standards of clinical practice.
Assist with clinical information systems security and confidentiality mechanisms in information systems.
Reviews, analyzes, and modifies programming systems involved in supporting application systems.
Participates in efforts toward maintaining components of the clinical information systems, including revisions, testing system changes, and integration of changes into the clinical environment.
Brings to the job a body of knowledge grounded in their previous clinical experience.
Participates in the On Call schedule.
Responsible for submitting a training plan to the IS Director annually.
Complies with the hospitals corporate compliance program including, but not limited to, the Code of Conduct, laws and regulations, and hospital policies and procedures.
Must be free from governmental sanctions involving health care and/or financial practices
Performs other duties as assigned.
Education: Bachelors Degree in Computer Science, MIS, Nursing, Business Administration, or equivalent with 3-5 years experience.
Experience: Must have five years experience as Clinical Analyst I, or equivalent experience, with hospital/clinical focused computerized system applications. Must have experience with Microsoft Office products. Must have a working knowledge of integrated clinical systems in a LAN/WAN environment.
Essential Technical/Motor Skills: Hand/eye coordination and finger dexterity to operate computer. Must possess strong PC skills working within an integrated clinical systems environment.
Interpersonal Skills: Must be a team player and have strong customer relations skills.
Essential Physical Requirements: Requires full range of body motion, requires sitting for long periods of time.
Essential Mental Abilities: Ability to understand complex business processes and apply information technology solutions to those processes. Must have ability to prepare test plans, perform and supervise unit and integration testing of integrated information systems. Must possess strong process, organization and leadership skills. Must possess a proactive approach to work, be highly motivated, and have the ability to motivate others. Able to work in a changing and dynamic environment. Able to work with limited supervision. Must possess strong verbal and written skills. Must be detail oriented, highly organized, with strong analytical and problem solving skills. Must be able to communicate effectively with individuals who have varying levels of comprehension.
Essential Sensory Requirements: Sufficient vision, hearing and speech to perform required duties. Must be able to perform presentations to small or large audiences.
Exposure to Hazards: OSHA CATEGORY III. TASKS THAT INVOLVE NO EXPOSURE TO BLOOD, BODY FLUIDS, OR TISSUES, AND CATEGORY I TASKS ARE NOT A CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. The normal work routine involves no exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues (although situations can be imagined or hypothesized under which anyone, anywhere might encounter potential exposure to body fluids). Persons who perform these duties are not called upon as part of their employment to perform or assist in emergency medical care or first aid or to be potentially exposed in some other way. Tasks that involve handling of implements or utensils, use of public or shared bathroom facilities or telephones, and personal contacts such as handshaking are Category III Tasks.
Hours of Work: Generally normal business hours, although may be required to work extended or non-standard work hours in order to accomplish job duties and responsibilities.
Attends required meetings 80% of time.
Completes Mandatory Education to include annual Patient Safety Fair
- Full Time