Under the direction of the Director, Assistant Vice President, and the Program Director, the Assistant Director is responsible for the on-going assessment, design, and development and implementation of corporate -wide clinical systems. Specifically, manage and direct the collection and transformation of large quantities of information into meaningful business requirements; development and modifications of requirements documentation for the design and implementation of clinical information systems; critically evaluate information from various sources, distinguish user needs from actual business needs and partner with business users, project managers, programmers, consultants and IT leadership in optimizing the scope, benefits and risks of actual and proposed projects as well as assist in managing stakeholder expectations.
1. A Masters Degree from an accredited college or university in Healthcare, Hospital, Public, or Business Administration, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Organizational Behavior or a related field and three years of full-time experience planning, developing and monitoring programs, systems and/or procedures in support of administrative management initiatives, one year of which must have been in a responsible managerial or supervisory capacity; or
2. A Baccalaureate Degree from an accredited college or university in Healthcare, Hospital, Public, or Business Administration, Psychology or a related discipline and four years of fulltime experience as outlined in 1 above, two years of which must have been in a responsible managerial or supervisory capacity; or
3. A satisfactory combination of education, training and experience.
- Specialty certification(s) issued by a national commercially available program, state, professional society, academic or technical institution in an area(s) listed above, may be credited on a month-to-month basis toward the required work experience for a total of one year.
- 3+ years experience with Epic EMR and/or other clinical applications
- Clinical Background (preferred)
- Epic Certification (preferred)
- At least 2 full life-cycle implementations (preferred)