UW Medicine's IT Services department is looking for an outstanding Chief Nursing Informatics Officer to join the team! What are we looking for?Patients Are First focusCustomer service mindsetInterpersonal skills and teamworkResults-oriented attitudeCommitmentAdaptability and flexibilityWhat are the perks?Medical insurance at reasonable rates with TEN plans to choose from!Dental Insurance at no cost to you OR your dependents...AND we have three plans for you to choose from!10 paid holidays annually!1 personal holiday every year!Generous amounts of vacation and sick leave that you can feel good about taking (more than 5 work weeks in your first year) !TWO Retirement plans to choose from – one even matches 100% of your contributions with immediate vesting!Voluntary Investment program to save more towards your retirement!Deferred Compensation program to save even MORE towards your retirement!Flexible Spending Account...Tax Exempt!Dependent Care Assistance program!On-site Childcare Centers!Long Term Disability insurance!Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment insurance!U-PASS transportation program and discounted parking...PRE-TAX!Tuition Exemption program – at the UW (and other colleges around the state)!Housing resources and home buying options!Auto, home, renter, and boat group insurance!Valuable membership and merchandise discounts!Federal student loan forgiveness under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program!For all of the specific details on these benefits and more, please click here.The Chief Nursing Informatics Officer (CNIO), Clinical Applications, is an executive leader within UW Medicine Information Technology Services (ITS) who is responsible for leading the vision of and providing leadership towards system-wide clinical informatics and applications. Reporting to UW Medicine's Chief Information Officer (CIO), the CNIO's overall responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Clinical Application Strategy; Clinical Application Architecture; Clinical Informatics, to include end user education of clinical applications; Clinical Application Adoption; Accountable Care Network and Single Electronic Health Record Design, Implementation and Clinical Ownership.The CNIO must possess a strong understanding of clinical informatics and application concepts and capabilities for healthcare delivery systems, the healthcare regulatory framework and the expertise necessary to be an active participant for strategic and tactical technology planning and development, and to establish consistent IT standards for UW Medicine. The CNIO must demonstrate proven leadership skills, including the ability to lead, engage and develop a team that can recruit and retain top talent. This includes being an effective communicator and coach for employees, ensuring that there are career development plans for all employees to support the mission and vision of UW Medicine. While fostering the development of integrated IT, the CNIO must be able to assess and evaluate UW Medicine's capacity to grow and implement new clinical healthcare delivery systems. The CNIO will be responsible for the successful implementation, as well as, ongoing support and enhancement of applications that meet the needs of the clinical enterprise for UW Medicine. The CNIO will also develop and foster IT relationships with other clinical and support areas, including but not limited to: Pharmacy, Lab Medicine, and Radiology. As a member of the ITS executive leadership, the CNIO ensures IT alignment with the UW Medicine mission and vision and supports and promotes the pillars of UW Medicine's Patients Are First. The CNIO participates in enterprise strategic planning and contributes towards UW Medicine's ITS strategic planning in order to meet and exceed the clinical delivery, productivity, and competitive requirements of dynamic health care initiatives. The CNIO identifies innovative application and infrastructure approaches to support the clinical care, teaching and research environment which supports UW Medicine's mission to improve the health of the public.The CNIO represents UW Medicine within the healthcare community and collaborates with UW Medicine leadership to expand the support and resources for healthcare delivery systems in clinical services. The incumbent will participate in and/or provide leadership and support to various standing and ad hoc UW Medicine committees, groups and individuals.Responsibilities include:Strategy/Leadership (25%)Combines knowledge of patient care, informatics concepts, and change management to effectively address the information and knowledge needs of healthcare professionals and patients to promote the highest-quality and safest patient care through development, implementation and ongoing enhancement of clinical applications used in the provision of care.Develop and lead the strategic vision, planning and implementation for healthcare delivery systems for UW Medicine, inclusive of ensuring a stable platform with
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