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 Director of Clinical Informatics, Department of Pathology
Chicago, IL
Posted: 06/18/19

The Department of Pathology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine seeks a full-time non-tenure-eligible Clinician-Educator at the rank of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor. Responsibilities include the Directing of Clinical Informatics within the Department of Pathology and the clinical laboratories of Northwestern Memorial HealthCare (NMHC), which includes Northwestern Memorial Hospital and 9 other NMHC hospitals. The Director will provide expertise and oversight for the implementation, operations, upgrading and leveraging of the electronic medical record, the laboratory information systems and digital pathology platforms for the healthcare system for the clinical care of NMHC patients. The Director will be embedded in the Clinical Informatics Division of NMHC and will work closely with the Chief Medical Informatics Officer and their team of Clinical Informaticianson projects that integrate Pathology and Lab data. There will be a substantial role in the education of students, residents and fellows, both within the Department of Pathology and in other Departments and Centers, on topics of Clinical Informatics. There will also be many opportunities for collaboration with the Division of Computational Pathology in digital pathology, genomics and clinical decision support using deep learning applications within the Department of Pathology. Other important collaborations will be with the Division of Health and Biomedical Informatics within the Department of Preventive Medicine, and with the Northwestern Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (NUCATS).

Qualified candidates will have an MD or MD/PhD degree and will be board certified in AP, CP or AP/CP by the American Board of Pathology (ABP). Candidates should be board certified by ABP in Clinical Informatics or have extensive experience (over 5 years) working in this specialty. A strong track record in teaching, scholarship or technology development is expected.

Faculty Position in Laboratory Medicine and Pathology Informatics
Minneapolis, MN
Posted: 06/17/19

The Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at the University of Minnesota Medical School seeks a full-time ABP board certified/eligible MD or MD/PhD anatomic or clinical pathologist with expertise in pathology informatics. Subspecialty training in pathology informatics such as a clinical informatics fellowship and/or an advanced degree in informatics is preferred; However, applicants with other training or experience may also qualify. Candidates must have demonstrated ability in teaching and in scholarly productivity.

The incumbent is expected to participate in clinical service and have significant effort dedicated to institutional informatics services and initiatives. The position will have protected time to develop an investigational career, with a goal of developing collaborative or independent research. The successful candidate will also support trainee and faculty development in informatics through collaboration and teaching.

This position will provide expert support in informatics across the MHealth care system and maintain a level of systems integration necessary to support safe and effective patient care as it relates to the professional practice of laboratory medicine and pathology. This position will work collaboratively with the Director of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology Informatics and Chief Medical Informatics Officer, MHealth Information Services (IS) department and the Division of Computational Pathology to foster a dynamic and constructive partnership.

The University of Minnesota is a large and diverse university and medical school with a large subspecialty practice plan of over 900 physicians, University of Minnesota Physicians. The Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology is home to a large number of anatomic and clinical pathology faculty as well as many basic science faculty involved in research, undergraduate and graduate education. The department also has an ACGME approved residency program and five ACGME approved fellowships.

Associate Chief Medical Information Officer (Associate CMIO)
Tampa, FL
Posted: 06/09/19

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute (Moffitt) seeks a dynamic physician to serve as its Associate Chief Medical Information Officer (Associate CMIO). This is a unique opportunity at one of the most respected healthcare institutions in the U.S. The Associate CMIO will be responsible for assisting the CMIO in providing clinical informatics services to the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute.

The Associate CMIO will be under the broad direction of the CMIO and department leadership, supporting the CMIO in design, development, and selection of clinical information systems that assist physicians, all other clinicians, and clinical support personnel in the delivery of patient care; as well as supporting research faculty in the capture of clinical data.

The Associate CMIO will serve as an advocate of Moffitt patients, medical faculty and clinical staff, administration, senior leadership, and the information systems teams in promoting the safe and effective use of information technology in all clinical settings.
The Associate CMIO will follow industry best practices to develop and maintain clinical informatics services at Moffitt. They will also serve as a representative of Moffitt in professional society settings and are encouraged to participate in the advancement of oncology clinical informatics whenever this may benefit both Moffitt and the specialty of clinical informatics.

Specifically the Associate CMIO will be directly responsible for developing support for the following:
• Research Clinical Informatics
• Radiology Clinical Informatics
• Oncology Pathways Clinical Informatics
• Clinical Informatics didactic materials

Reporting Relationships
Reports to the Chief Medical Information Officer. The role includes an indirect matrix reporting relationship with the Director of Clinical Informatics. Other indirect reports include the Clinical Informatics Manager and their direct reports, the Clinical Informatics Nurse Trainee Coordinator and their direct reports, and the Clinical Informatics Supervisor and their direct reports.
The successful Associate Chief Medical Information Officer candidate will:
• Provider medical care in partnership with the Moffitt Medical Group (MMG) via medical consults and clinical support as needed through Moffitt clinical care and/or the Moffitt inpatient medical service(s);
• Co-chair informatics councils as needed, supporting existing co-chairs and chairs of such councils, preparing and fulfilling the agenda of the Clinical Informatics department and associated councils. Facilitate discussion and achieve outcomes through consensus building; advancing the practice of clinical informatics at Moffitt;
• Develop and provide clinical informatics services for the advancement of clinical research at Moffitt in collaboration with Moffitt Biomedical Informatics and the broader Moffitt Research Institute (MRI); develop and implement a plan for the conversion of clinical trials and their associated order sets in the electronic medical record;
• Develop and provide clinical informatics services for the operative and perioperative care areas and processes of Moffitt, including surgical oncology and anesthesia;
• Develop and provide clinical informatics services for radiology, imaging, and radiation oncology services at Moffitt;
• Support the integration and optimization of clinical care pathways, primarily oncology pathways, within the Moffitt electronic health record; advise on the clinical utilization of pathways within the Moffitt electronic health record;
• Assist the CMIO in development, maintenance, and utilization of clinical informatics didactic materials for use by clinical education programs at Moffitt;
• Support the CMIO and Director of Clinical Informatics in development of annual budget;
• And contribute to the Information Technology Annual Budget through critical input and recommendations.

Candidate Qualifications:

• Licensed and board-certified MD/DO in oncology or another medical specialty with recent clinical experience
• Master’s degree in business, healthcare administration, medical informatics or other healthcare related field is preferred

Knowledge and Work Experience
• At least three years of experience, at a minimum of 25% of their full-time employment, spent working directly with healthcare information systems, outside of their work as a practicing medical physician
• Experience with research and publications within the field of clinical informatics and the broader scope of biomedical informatics is preferred
• Experience with leading a team of colleagues in long-term efforts, projects and/or committees is preferred
• Special consideration will be given to those who have, or are in the process of completing, a clinical informatics fellowship
• Experience with clinical trials research is value added

Leadership Skills and Competencies
• Demonstrated ability to build consensus through negotiation and diplomacy, ability to train personnel on processes and practices and managing multiple projects under time constraints
• Ability to create and sustain a service-oriented system that promotes partnerships and teamwork
• Create and sustain a culture that promotes respect, trust, diversity, accountability, teamwork and professional growth
• Focus on innovations that will reshape traditional models and processes
• Focus on quality of patient care, research and education
• Support growth and financial responsibility