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Director Advanced Clinical Applications at HCA Healthcare

Posted in Other 30+ days ago.

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Type: Part Time
Location: Round Rock, Texas

Job Description:

Job Code: 06240-58408


No Weekends

JOB SUMMARY (Primary purpose of the position.)

The Director of Clinical Informatics (DCI) is the facility resource responsible for the implementation, adoption, integration, and operational oversight of applications used by clinical staff in the provision and documentation of patient care. The DCI coordinates the completion of project assessments, the development of education plans and materials, and the optimization of workflow and systems for new implementations, upgrades, and enhancements. This individual is the facility liaison between IT&S and clinical staff.

The DCI participates in company-wide communities including Systems Governance and Operations (SGO), Advanced Clinical Applications (CPOE, Evidence Based Order Sets, Provider Documentation, ePrescribe), EHR Optimization, Nursing Informatics / Evidence Based Clinical Documentation, Meaningful Use, and the Clinical Information Integrity Program (CIIP).

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES (The essential responsibilities and accountabilities of this position including interactions with other departments and outside vendors, if applicable, in PRIORITY order.)

1) Assumes leadership role in the implementation of clinical applications, change management, and support after go live.

a) Evaluates impact of changes to workflow and processes by identifying gaps and opportunities.

b) Provides communication to executive team, medical staff committees, facility leadership, and other stakeholders.

c) Oversees education and training for system users and evaluates effectiveness.

d) Provides support for system go live, upgrades, and enhancements.

2) Encourages and supports system adoption and optimization.

a) Monitors system use through reports and dashboards.

b) Participates in facility rounding and seeks feedback from providers and other clinical staff.

c) Addresses and resolves user complaints.

d) Researches and submits requests for enhancements.

e) Participates in facility and division committees and meetings to share information and receive feedback.

3) Participates in system performance improvement initiatives to increase efficiency and effectiveness, improve clinician and patient satisfaction, maintain the integrity of the electronic health record (EHR), and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.

4) Works cooperatively with other facilities and IT&S to promote standardized orders, screens, and processes where possible.

Participates in special projects and other duties as assigned.
RN License in the State of Texas
3-7 years Experience

Bachelor's Degree

Last Edited: 03/01/2018