We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Associate Director of Nursing Informatics.
In this role, the successful candidate The Associate Director of MCIT Nursing Informatics oversees and is accountable for education, planning, program development, design, implementation and process standardization of clinical informatics applications in alignment with system-wide technology strategies. Responsible for budgetary and operational policy related to clinical informatics. Serves as the primary liaison between MCIT and clinical stakeholders across the organization. Works with all aspects of the EHR and other clinical technologies to facilitate workflow optimization and clinical transformation.
Leads initiatives to evaluate nursing technology in the NYU environment. Assesses needs and implements strategies to link practice guidelines to practice-based electronic medical records systems including recommendations on future direction for healthcare informatics within the organization.
Oversees system design initiatives to enhance measurement of and compliance with key nursing indicators, core measures, regulatory requirements and metrics to determine outcomes and effectiveness of care and services. Facilitates advisory groups in the enhancement of clinical systems to support excellence in patient care clinical transformation and outcomes research
Assesses and supports the implementation of processes for ongoing content management of best practice and evidence-based workflows and tools. Facilitates visionary thinking throughout workflow processes. Collaborates with design teams.
Serves as a liaison between the organizations clinical areas, including but not limited to nursing, MCIT, and related committees, ensuring coordination in training and implementation of clinical applications.
Oversees and evaluates MCIT clinical training content and workflow of materials related to the EHR and other clinical technologies to ensure workflow and systems are developed and maintained to meet the needs of our clinical users.
Develops and ensures policies and procedures are updated as necessary to coincide with clinical information systems usage.
Lead investigatory assessment, research and publication efforts related to nursing informatics. Keeps up with and reports on current nursing and clinical informatics literature and best practices, and implements improvements as applicable. Publish results in the informatics and nursing literature.
Provides clinical leadership, vision and direction for the MCIT Nursing Informatics team. Defines objectives, priorities, and deadlines for team, responsible for execution and results. Assists staff with unusual situations that lack clear precedent.
Other duties as aligned with the mission and goals of the organization.
To qualify you must possess a Masters Degree in Nursing or Healthcare Informatics. NYS RN license and registration. 5 years clinical nursing experience, 3-5 years experience in nursing/clinical informatics and electronic health systems project management, workflow redesign, configuration and training. Understanding of clinical care processes, hospital organization, and EMR environments to included application parameters, customization potential. Analytical and problem solving skills the ability to coordinate implement and complete projects on schedule. Previous leadership experience required..
Required Licenses: Registered Nurse License-NYS
ANCC Board Certification in Nursing Informatics Board Certification CPHIMSS. Previous publications. Experience presenting in professional settings and conferences.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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