Within the organizational structure of the service and under the supervision of a Neuro Surgeon the Clinical Systems Data Specialist is responsible for the optimal performance of headframe applications in Neurosurgery and the coordination of computerized data for craniotomies
Works as a SME on the images used by the surgeon, and makes recommendations on what images should be selected for optimal results.
Demonstrates knowledge of data and equipment needed for the surgical procedure. Responsible for the efficient functioning of all equipment.
Assist Neuro surgeon during the application of headframe cases and assist with image intensifier during procedures.
Support cases by pulling up and fusing imaging into system. Assist Neuro surgeon in collection the data from the Radiology IT ports. Makes recommendations on which images to use after Radiology has made the updates based on quality and understanding of imaging. Arrange data supply required by Neuro surgeon intraoperatively.
Arrange data supply required by Neuro surgeon intraoperatively. Archives data from Navigational Systems and places in storage. Reloads data on selected patients as required by Neuro surgeon and assists in data collection.
Follow up with patients when they leave O.R. and anticipate their return for the surgical procedure.
Performs other duties as assigned.
B.S. in Computer Information Systems required or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
None Working Conditions Clinical setting Operating Room
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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