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University of Rochester Clinical Informaticist - 224776 in Rochester, New York

Clinical Informaticist Job ID 224776

Location Strong Memorial Hospital Full/Part Time Full-Time Favorite Job Regular/Temporary Regular Opening

Full Time 40 hours Grade 054 Program Administrators



The Clinical lnformaticist is responsible for clearly understanding user workflows, training/communication and analytics while working collaboratively as a team member of the Safety Net and Program Support Office (SNPs Office) and the Core Clinical Informatics {Cl) teamServe as a liaison between project managers, end users, clinical and leadership stakeholders, the technical team and ISO partners. Independently manage priorities and deadlines, both individually and those of the SNPs Office and Core Cl. Willing to perform analysis and programming addressing challenging tasks as needed.Responsible for designing and implementing innovative solutions leveraging EMR and various data sources aligned with organizational priorities and objectives.Strategically communicate with team members and stakeholders in a variety of settings within URMC. Leverage process improvement and change management methodologies as well as clinical and technical expertise.


Under general direction and with considerable latitude to exercise independent judgment and initiative:

Work with the SNPs office and Core Cl projects to clearly understand user workflow to improve usability while reducing redundancy and inaccuracy. Understand the effects of technology on our ability to provide patient care and implement new programs.

  • Provide coordination of disparate groups to achieve consensus for common goals and outcomes.

  • Liaison between operational program and project leads and ISD partners while utilizing 'Foundation first' thinking.

  • Collaborate with Medical Informatics Manager to set priorities and manage work streams to efficiently use resources and achieve program goals and deadlines

  • Participate in the implementation of an enterprise strategy focused on population health management

  • Design and implement innovative solutions leveraging EMR and various data sources aligned with organizational priorities and objectives.

  • Facilitate the collaborative and iterative process of data acquisition to support program and project evaluations

  • Leverage data in innovative ways to present clear and meaningful perspectives in order to be acted upon and used in patient level and institutional decisions

  • Support institutional reporting by consolidating multiple data sources within a core process, presentation and delivery framework

Collaborate with various key roles in the development and delivery of training to ensure the workforce knows the why and has the technical skills necessary to make the project successful.

Participate on program or department related teams/committees

Demonstrate the llCARE values in each of the major responsibilities; including other duties as assigned


A Bachelor's degree in a clinical field, allied health, informatics, related technical discipline, or equivalent combination of experience is required and 3 years of equivalent combination of education and experience. Master's degree preferred.


A minimum of 3 years' experience working in a healthcare sector, specifically EMR

Ability to create consensus through team and relationship building; excellent communication skills; systems thinking; comfort in challenging the "status quo" and ability to manage several projects simultaneously, on tight deadlines and at a high level are all critical skills.


Position reports to the URMC Safety-Net and Program Support Office which supports the development of health care system reform as it relates to the design, implementation and reporting of clinical and population health programs developed. Directly reports to the Medical Informatics Manager

How To Apply

All applicants must apply online.

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