The vision of the Clinical Informatics Department is to realize the full benefits of OHSU and OHSU Health Cares clinical information systems. The Department applies the science of informatics to enable excellence in patient care, by creating and monitoring clinical workflows and content that supports the mission of OHSU and OHSU Health Care.
The ACHIO Ambulatory Care will:
Work with the Chief Health Information Officer to develop and implement the strategic direction of CID at OHSU and OHSU Health.
Be responsible for strategy and management of MD informaticists in the Ambulatory Care environment to provide improved provider efficiency, training, and workflows.
Provide strategy and tactics integrated with Ambulatory Care informatics team.
Provide core informatics, terminology, analytics, and clinical decision support expertise to CID, ITG, HEAT and remainder of OHSU and OHSU Health at discretion of CHIO.
Provide informatics strategy and active management of any relevant strategic priorities requiring informatics resources (i.e. OHSU partner system implementation projects).
Develop and maintain appropriate governance structures to support effective decision making, prioritization, and change management for respective informatics work. (Customer User Groups)
Communicate and collaborate effectively with key ITG and Health System stakeholders.
Clinical Degree:MD or DO ANDSuccessfully complete Informatics Fellowship
2-3 years job related experience in an informatics related position ORCompleted Informatics Fellowship and Board Eligible
Job-related Knowledge Skills and Abilities:
Working understanding and knowledge of EHR Database architecture
Experience with Epic/Physician Builder designation by Epic preferred
Active clinical license
Informatics Board Certification/Eligible
Must possess or achieve within six months: Epic MD Builder
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