Indiana University Health Informaticist-Clinical Senior in Indianapolis, Indiana
Supports the decision-making of healthcare consumers, nurses, and other professionals in all roles and settings to achieve healthcare consumer safety and advocacy. Supports data analytics, including quality of care measures, to improve population health outcomes and global health. Provides guidance to other team members in the workflow analysis, design, development, deployment and support of future components of the clinical information system. Serves as a SME for current-future state workflow analysis and system design. Provides training and education in order to more thoroughly develop the team, assists with analysis of new functionality available within Cerner and contribute to team strategic planning. Participates in the development and execution of the clinical integration and improvement strategies. Provides analytical, technical, and problem resolution with clinical information as it relates to the end-user (clinical/provider) accessibility, usability, workflow/processes, policies and procedures. Communicates and promotes the use of informatics to clinical staff, medical executive committees, and any other designated individuals by presenting and discussing approaches to support safe patient-centered care. Considers the impact of technological changes on patient safety, health-care delivery, quality reporting and the nursing process. Leads in the design and promotion of useful, innovative information technologies that advance practice and achieve desired outcomes.
• Bachelor's degree required, RN preferred.
• Masters in Nursing, Information Science, Healthcare Administration or related field preferred.
•Clinical credentials/licensure and current Indiana licensure required.
• 5-7 years of clinical experience required.
• Requires an in-depth understanding of patient care processes and knowledge of cross-discipline healthcare processes and workflow.
• Previous experience in data systems is required.
• Informatics certification required.