Associate Regional CMIO - Hinsdale, IL
at Adventist Health System

Date Posted: 3/16/2017

Job Description



Job:  Information Technology

Organization:  Adventist IT

Shift:  Day

Job Posting:  Mar 15, 2017, 1:03:44 PM

Description
This position will be based out of AMITA Adventist Hinsdale Hospital in Hinsdale, Illinois and will be responsible for supporting Cerner Millennium implementations throughout the Adventist system.

Adventist Health System has received the Gallup Great Workplace Award for the fifth year in a row, recognizing the organization as having one of the best-performing and most productive and engaged workforces in the world.

We are also pleased to share with you that Adventist Health System has been named as one of the Most Wired Health System for excellence in IT.

Job Summary
Playing a key role in the organization, the Associate Regional CMIO will report to Adventist Information Technology (AIT) Regional Chief Medical Information Officer (RCMIO) for the Midwest region. The Associate Regional CMIO will champion and provide leadership for the implementation, development, advancement, and optimization of clinical systems and technology that impact patient safety & quality of care throughout the organization.

In conjunction with entire Medical Informatics team, the Associate Regional CMIO will support physician adoption of Cerner Millennium and the supporting applications. The Associate Regional CMIO will play a key role in physician training prior to system go-live and in the period immediately following. The Associate Regional CMIO will work with the Training team to develop a training plan for physicians, schedule training, and develop/update training materials.

In conjunction with regional leadership (CMIOs, CMOs and CNOs), will provide clinical leadership to our clinical community and promote an environment of engagement and communication between physicians, staff, hospital executive teams and leadership.

This position will require travel among the facilities in the Chicago-area as well as to implementation sites throughout the organization and a monthly meeting at the corporate office.
Travel to implementation sites – 50% (Travel will vary based on the implementation schedule and could be more or less)
Travel to AIT Headquarters in Altamonte Springs, FL – 25%

Responsibilities/Duties
• Facilitate and manage change in a manner consistent with the overall direction of the organization.
• Assists in the development of strategic and tactical plans for clinical information systems.
• Understands and communicates latest trends in healthcare, clinical systems, information technology and point of care products. Work with clinical information teams on translating these trends into designing, building and implementing enhancements to the AHS Cerner system to align with national IT initiatives, Corporate IT strategies and goals.
• Develop understanding of physician needs and build relationships with physicians to assure widespread acceptance, adoption and meaningful use of clinical information systems.
• Lead, coordinate, and work with Training and Development to develop material for, physician training.
• Work with the CMIO and Chief Medical Officer in deploying standardized evidence based medicine corporate content and ensures adoption of best practices.
• Lead system-wide effort to improve patient safety, promote cultural change and develop metrics to track safety as a system-wide priority.
• Coordinate coverage of regional meetings with RCMIO.
• Conduct regular rounds at regional facilities.
• Work with RCIM and local informatics staff to support the local facilities.

Job Requirements

Qualifications (Requirements)

• Medical Degree (MD, DO) with at least 2 years of post-residency practice experience.
• Politically astute with demonstrated diplomacy as a physician leader.
• Passion for evidence-based medicine.
• Self-directed and self-motivated; work with minimal supervision.
• Possesses ability to motivate others to achieve system’s vision and goals.
• Highly-developed communication skills, great public speaking and presentation skills.
• Ability to effectively lead multidisciplinary teams of clinicians.
• Strong understanding of clinical workflow in inpatient, emergency department and outpatient settings, has a strong understanding of clinical information systems as well as outcomes measurement.
• Significant experience and a track record of demonstrated success in quality improvement and patient safety initiatives working with medical staff physician leadership using evidence-based medicine.
• Competence with Cerner Millennium applications required (or commitment to be competent by completing Cerner Millennium certifications on agreed upon timelines).

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type: Full-Time
  • Location: Hinsdale, IL
  • Job Type: Other
  • Experience: Not Specified
  • Date Posted: 3/16/2017

About Us

About Adventist Health System

Who We Are

We are one of the largest faith-based health care providers in the United States. For 150 years, we have carried on a tradition of providing whole-person care that not only addresses patients' physical ailments, but also supports their emotional and spiritual well-being. We demonstrate the same level of compassion and care for our employees as well, doing all that we can to help them realize their full potential – both personally and professionally.

Who You Are

You are a compassionate, talented professional who wants to work in an environment where you can live out your faith and your values. You are excited about being part of a team that uses the latest technology and medical research to ensure patients receive quality care, but who also recognize that great care is always personal. You enjoy going out of your way to make each patient and their family feel special, and are passionate about guiding them toward optimal health.

Our Community

Our community is global and so is our reach. From coordinating medical mission trips in Ethiopia to planting school gardens in Florida, we are constantly seeking ways to go beyond hospital walls in improving the health of our communities. As a member of our team, you will be encouraged to use your talents in fun, meaningful ways that bring joy and healing to people around the world.

Our Mission

Part of this worldwide network, Adventist Health System was founded in 1973 to support and strengthen the Seventh-day Adventist health care organizations in the Southern and Southwestern regions of the United States. Today it is a national leader in quality, safety and patient satisfaction, comprised of 46 hospital campuses and nearly 77,000 employees.

Although separated by geography, each of our facilities is united by the mission of Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ. Today we continue the tradition of whole-person care by practicing and sharing CREATION Health, a blueprint for living a healthy, happy life based on the principles given in the Bible’s creation story: Choice, Rest, Environment, Activity, Trust, Interpersonal relationships, Outlook and Nutrition.

We provide comprehensive benefits, training and advancement opportunities. We care for our employees as well as we care for our patients.