Chief Nursing Informatics Officer

Employer
Location
System Office 1919 Building, Portland OR
Salary
Competitive
Posted
12/4/2017
Closes
1/3/2018
Specialty
Informatics
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
 
  CHIEF NURSING INFORMATICS OFFICER

This leadership role serves as the strategic liaison for health IT efforts representing nursing and clinician needs. In collaboration with nursing, physician, and operational leaders, ensures that the strategy, development and implementation of information management and technology solutions are designed to effectively support nursing, nursing practice, clinical applications and clinical/administrative decision-making. The CNIO works collaboratively to develop clinical systems strategy for Legacy Health and optimizes the use of existing and new clinical systems for the interdisciplinary team by attending to their information management needs. This role identifies and supports Legacy Health and state (Oregon and Washington) care delivery standards and translates those standards into data, workflow and documentation standards; clinical content; and analytics and clinical intelligence within the Legacy Health environment.

Job Qualifications:

Education: Academic degree in nursing is required. Masters or higher degree in Nursing or Informatics required.

Experience: A minimum of 8 years of experience in nursing and informatics leadership.

Licensure/Certification: Current and active RN licensure in Oregon and Washington. Certification in Nursing Informatics by ANCC strongly preferred and CPHIMS optional.



Skills:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of patient care combined with expertise in informatics; Deep understanding of clinical workflows and opportunities afforded by information and technology

  • Demonstrated ability in information technology, electronic health record, business/clinical intelligence

  • Demonstrated success in effecting change through culture and change management principles and tools

  • Ability to facilitate challenging design/workflow discussions among diverse clinical backgrounds and perspectives

  • Listens with sensitivity and openness; consistently seeks to listen, understand and support needs of others

  • Excellent written and personal communication skills

  • Ability to manage through influence

  • Ability to function independently with initiative and proven planning skills

  • Sets challenging objectives and works against self-defined standards of excellence to continually improve personal performance

  • Builds effective relationships, partnerships, and teams as the primary way of achieving goals and advancing care

  • Proven ability to simplify complex patterns and translate innovative ideas into pragmatic applications

  • Demonstrated critical thinking skills

  • PREFERRED LEADER PROFILE:



    Demonstrates the ability to act consistently with our Preferred Employee Profile, exemplify our core organizational values and exhibit the leadership competencies outlined in the Preferred Leader Profile.

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