Full Time 40 hours Grade 054 Program Administrators Responsibilities General Purpose: Under general direction and with considerable latitude for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative, the DSRIP Workflow Engineer is responsible for providing, guidance, process improvement experience and expertise, clinical expertise, and consensus building in the specification, development, and deployment of workflow redesign to support reporting & analytics functionality within eRecord and other data/information systems. The DSRIP Workflow Engineer will work collaboratively as a team member of the Program under the direction of the Director of Care Management Workflow Design and Reporting and Medical Directors. Specific Responsibilities: Provide direct consultation and services to Program teams in the context of DSRIP related projects enable collection of and access to data for metric reporting, quality improvement, and operations optimization. Review NYS DSRIP reports and metric revisions and ensure internal systems continue to align and reflect those requirements. Manage the collaborative process and/or build consensus within teams to address the technical reporting and collection of clinical information for the DSRIP program as dictated by the Leadership Team and established metrics and reporting requirements. In concert with program team, develop daily, weekly and monthly action plans; organize program team members and other resources to ensure program activities take place on time and within budget; collect and aggregate data necessary for program evaluation; develop and recommend program improvements. Coordinate programs and projects to build eRecord functionality and optimize workflow process to support data analytics and reporting. Develop daily, weekly and monthly action plans; organize Service Line and other resources to ensure program activities take place on time and within budget; collect and aggregate data necessary for program evaluation; and recommend program improvements. Works with the DSRIP Population Health Specialist in the development of training to program teams to increase their capacity to utilize clinical data for quality & operational improvement, and cost reduction. Participates on eRecord and other URMC/ AHP/Care Management information systems committees and works directly with eRecord team members to advance Service Line programs and projects. Requirements Bachelor's degree in related technical discipline, or equivalent combination of experience: preferably with at least 3 years of related experience in clinical practice. Must have experience in data analytics activities and information systems utilization; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A graduate degree in a clinical, research, business, or technical program is preferred. Must have a demonstrated ability to create consensus through team and relationship building; excellent communication skills; and ability to manage several projects simultaneously, on tight deadlines and at a high level.
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