Centura Health connects individuals, families and neighborhoods across Colorado and western Kansas with more than 21,000 of the most talented hearts and minds in medicine.
Through Centura Health's 17 hospitals, two senior living communities, health neighborhoods, physician clinics, Flight for Life® Colorado, home care and hospice services, we offer a diverse range of work settings in a Colorado or Kansas community you will love to call home.
Enjoy amazing people, competitive pay, some of the best benefits in the industry and plenty of opportunity for professional growth and development.
If you're ready to discover the difference of working for a fully-integrated health system with a non-profit, faith-based mission to care, we look forward to receiving your application.
Job Description/Job Posting ID: 118028
The CNIO provides visionary clinical nursing leadership to advance Centura Health utilization of the clinical information systems consistent with the goals and objectives of clinical and strategic initiatives of the organization to support care coordination. The CNIO provides strategic leadership for a comprehensive nursing informatics program that spans the care continuum. The CNIO provides transformational leadership and guidance in the standardization and alignment of clinical systems throughout Centura Health entities, ambulatory care, post-acute care and affiliate organizations. The CNIO is accountable for design of the clinical systems, standardized workflows and operational processes, quality patient care realization, and integration of data outcome metrics that support clinical and financial decision making. Oversees clinical IT implementations to mitigate unintended consequences to patient safety. The role works in collaboration with the CIO and CMIO in the strategy, development and implementation of Information Technology to support the multidisciplinary care providers. The CNIO serves as a liaison for hospital senior leadership at the national and local levels. Reports to CNE directly and CIO indirectly and a dyad partnership with the CMIO.
Bachelor’s degree in nursing required
Master’s degree in Nursing, Clinical Informatics, Information Systems, Business or related field required
PhD or DNP preferred
work experience requirements
Requires 10 years experience in nursing with evidence of significant experience in informatics and implementations. Healthcare executive experience preferred. Thorough understanding of hospital, ambulatory and home health nursing operations, interdepartmental patient work flow and care coordination across the care continuum. Understanding of theoretical foundations of professional nursing and change management. Demonstrated ability to work with teams and facilitate teams to consensus. Demonstrated ability to manage complex initiatives from conception to successful implementation. Working knowledge of current and evolving patient care delivery models, hospital operations, human resources processes, healthcare finance, payment systems, patient safety, regulatory and continuum of care.
Colorado RN license
Certification – ANCC informatics and/or executive required within 6 months of hire
Certification in an Epic application preferred
Certified in project management preferred
Position duties (essential functions, INCLUDE % OF TIME)
VALUE - 70%
In partnership with CMIO, provides clinical leadership to ensure successful adoption of clinical information systems that result in sustainable system and clinical performance.
Engages care providers including nurses, pharmacists, physicians, ancillary departments, and other multidisciplinary team members in the design, integration and standardization of the electronic health record across the continuum of care.
Assist in developing clinical and business intelligence systems capable of reporting variables to evaluate patient outcomes, to support research, and operational improvement across the continuum of care.
Regularly evaluates the clinical performance of system quality, service, and cost across the continuum of care and oversees the process to makes improvements where appropriate.
Adapts existing programs to meet needs of changing clinical environment, and ensures congruence between information technology and clinical nursing practice.
Participates in the development of an annual operating and capital budget which supports the objectives of clinical informatics
Develops implementation strategies for new services, upgrades, and technology enhancements across the continuum of care
Develops policy related to professional practice and relevant statutes and regulations on community, regional and/or national levels.
PEOPLE -20 %
Provides leadership to clinical teams
Works cohesively with CIO and CMIO as part of a clinical information team in the development of systems and procedures affecting multiple sites within the organization as well as affiliate and joint venture organizations
Collaborates with Centura CCO, CNE and CMIO, and serves on appropriate councils and task forces to insure coordination in systems planning, development, and maintenance
Develop informatics capabilities within evolving elements of the healthcare system
COMMUNITY -10 %
Participates in nursing informatics professional organizations
Participates in appropriate teams focused on community clinical connectivity as needed to interface with hospital clinical systems
* This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties. Employee may perform other related duties as assigned.
We extend the healing ministry of Christ by caring for those who are ill and by nurturing the health of the people of our communities.
CORE Values & STANDARDS OF BEHAVIOR
Integrity: Honesty, directness, and respect for commitments made.
Stewardship: Respectful use of all natural, human and financial resources.
Spirituality: Acknowledgment of its central role in facilitating mental, physical and emotional health.
Imagination: Creativity and innovation in all we do.
Respect: Respect for all persons and our Christian identify, heritage and missions of our sponsoring organizations.
Excellence: Striving to exceed the clinical quality, customer service and cost performance expectations of our customers.
Compassion: Sensitivity and responsiveness to persons in need.
Leadership: Uses appropriate interpersonal skills, styles and methods to guide individuals and/or groups toward organizational and department goal achievement. Develops positive working relationships with physicians, staff and community partners. Models behaviors in support of the mission of Centura.
Individual Effectiveness: Develops and maintains a team-oriented approach. Follows through on commitments while performing job responsibilities in a manner consistent with the organization’s mission and values. Uses resources effectively and efficiently while implementing strategies to increase revenue and reduce operational expenses.
Customer Service/Satisfaction: Seeks to provide services that exceed the expectations of customers by; anticipating and responding to customer/associate needs, measuring customer service via surveys, developing action plans to positively impact customer/associate satisfaction and integrating a service focus into daily routines.
Teamwork and Collaboration: Models teamwork via active participation as a team member on a departmental and organizational level, fosters collaboration among physicians and associates, recognizes and rewards the efforts and successes of individuals and teams. Seeks alliances, works well with others and strives to pursue collective goals. This competency includes building relationships, addressing conflict, collaboration with others, and creating a highly effective team.
Business Acumen: Understand Centura’s business model, industry and marketplace; demonstrates the cognitive ability to assess situations, diagnose problems and determine and appropriate course of action to enhance the effectiveness of the organization and in alignment with core values.
Change Management/Continuous Performance Improvement: Demonstrates the ability and willingness to continually enhance, improve and streamline operational processes and systems.
Engagement: Builds effective relationships with all others by willing the good of the other at all times. Uses effective listening and empathy and asks questions to understand what it is like to walk in another’s shoes. Creates and maintains a safe environment for conveying information openly, accurately and honestly, creates a common understanding amongst all parties.
Self-Management: Understand own strengths, growth opportunities, attributes, and emotions; models courage, authenticity, service, truth telling, love, and effectiveness; possesses the confidence in self to have confidence in others.
Developing Others: Provides development opportunities and supports others in their personal and professional objectives by offering and feed-forward and by creating a safe environment to be honest and take risks.
Important notification to applicants as of Nov. 20, 2014: Effective Jan. 1, 2015, Centura Health will no longer hire tobacco users in Colorado and Kansas. The change to our policy does not apply to associates hired on or before Dec. 31, 2014. Centura Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V.
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About Centura Health
Find your ideal career at Centura Health! With 16 hospitals, physician clinics, hospice services, home care and senior living communities, Centura Health's vast network of care spans Colorado and Western Kansas so you can experience a balanced lifestyle and enjoy a fulfilling career anywhere you want to work, live and play in Colorado. From the fast pace of a Denver-area Level 1 Trauma Center to a smaller rural or mountain hospital – we proudly offer a more diverse range of work settings and locations than any other health care employer in the state. Centura is an equal opportunity employer.