Clinical Informatics Nurse
• The Clinical Informatics Nurse serves in an infrastructure role across the organization;
• coordinates paper medical record form approval process for all healthcare providers functioning under the medical center license;
• ensures forms are standardized and integrated with other disciplines as appropriate;
• analyzes forms and checks compliance with state and federal regulatory requirements, specialty organization criteria, hospital policies and procedures, and Medical Staff By-Laws/Rules and Regulations;
• ensures paper forms are suitable for transition to electronic format;
• participates in CERNER and other clinical applications design, validation, testing, staff education, and go-live support;
• maintains in-depth knowledge of clinical applications utilized at LLUMC, e.g., CareNet, Inet, Pharmnet, E-Mar, Power Plan, COmputerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE), DocuSys, HMS/PHS;
• works flexible hours during go-lives including week ends and nights;
• assists with the collection and reporting of metrics defining benefits realization and return on investment associated with Clinical Information Systems;
• works as a clinical nurse a minimum of two days per month to maintain clinical skills and evaluate clinical information systems(s) documentation design/build with actual clinical practice;
• monitors applications use, system performance, hardware and software reliability;
• reports findings to Interdisciplinary Clinical Informatics Team;
• demonstrates behaviors which support excellence in customer service, patient safety, and professionalism;
• contributes to a work environment of caring and cooperation among a culturally diverse workforce and patient population;
• performs other duties as needed.
• Associate degree in nursing required.
• Bachelor's degree in nursing, administration, public health, finance, education, or other healthcare-related field preferred.