Remote Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, Multiple Locations

Sentara

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Full time
JR-43992

City/State

Norfolk, VA

 

 

Overview

 

Work Shift

First (Days) (United States of America)

 

 

Sentara Health is recruiting a Chief Nursing Informatics Officer!

 

Sentara Health celebrates more than 130 years in pursuit of its mission – “we improve health every day.” Sentara is a $10.3 billion integrated, not-for-profit health care delivery system with more than 29,000 employees (including nearly 1,400 physicians and advanced practice clinicians), 12 hospitals in Virginia and north-eastern North Carolina and the Sentara Health Plans division which serves over 900,000 members. Sentara is recognized nationally for clinical quality and safety, and is strategically focused on innovation and creating an extraordinary health care experience for our patients and members. Sentara was named to IBM Watson Health’s “Top 15 Health Systems” in 2021 and 2018, recognized as a “Best Employer for Women” by Forbes in 2020, and ranked as one of Forbes “America’s Best Employers” in 2018.

 

The CNIO will provide the overall strategic direction for system—wide nursing informatics.  As part of the enterprise system reporting to the Chief Health Information Officer in Information Technology. They will assist with the transformation of clinical practice by working closely and Senior Leadership to ensure multidisciplinary nursing direction in the development, deployment, optimization, and integration of clinical systems across the enterprise.  This individual will apply advanced knowledge of nursing in the delivery of application, solutions to drive safe, highly reliable care to patients, as well as a cohesive user experience across the continuum. They will have a thorough working knowledge of virtual care and virtual technology, to be able to be able to redesign and workflow enhancements at the bedside and in the unit interfaces. Assures that workflows are optimized for efficiency, patient safety and quality outcomes.

Responsible for leading, developing, implementing, and utilizing Sentara Health’s nurses’ use of medical informatics tools to improve delivery of health care. As such, the CNIO collaborates on the identification, evaluation, and assessment of EHR functionality,
developing recommendations on the impact of integration with existing workflows and systems. The CNIO will support the enterprise s in the achievement of information technology goals, as well as promotes their continued learning and advancement in informatics.

Typically requires 5-7 years of management experience in in information systems strategically directing, designing, and implementing applications within a large, complex, multi-site organization.

Must have thorough knowledge of the methods and techniques used in developing, implementing, and supporting hospital or other healthcare systems.

Possesses the ability to rapidly acquire such knowledge of the operations, functions, and procedures.

 

This is a remote position for the selected candidate to reside in one of the following states:

  • Alabama
  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Idaho
  • Indiana
  • Kansas
  • Lousiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Minnesota
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • North Dakota
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Pennsylvania
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Virginia
  • Washington (state)
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming

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Job Summary

 

The CNIO will provide the overall strategic direction for system—wide nursing informatics. As part of the enterprise system reporting to the Chief Health Information Officer in Information Technology. They will assist with the transformation of clinical practice by working closely and Senior Leadership to ensure multidisciplinary nursing direction in the development, deployment, optimization, and integration of clinical systems across the enterprise. This individual will apply advanced knowledge of nursing in the delivery of application, solutions to drive safe, highly reliable care to patients, as well as a cohesive user experience across the continuum. They will have a thorough working knowledge of virtual care and virtual technology, to be able to be able to redesign and workflow enhancements at the bedside and in the unit interfaces. Assures that workflows are optimized for efficiency, patient safety and quality outcomes.

Responsible for leading, developing, implementing, and utilizing Sentara Health’s nurses’ use of medical informatics tools to improve delivery of health care. As such, the CNIO collaborates on the identification, evaluation, and assessment of EHR functionality,
developing recommendations on the impact of integration with existing workflows and systems. The CNIO will support the enterprise s in the achievement of information technology goals, as well as promotes their continued learning and advancement in informatics.

Typically requires 5-7 years of management experience in in information systems strategically directing, designing, and implementing applications within a large, complex, multi-site organization.

Must have thorough knowledge of the methods and techniques used in developing, implementing, and supporting hospital or other healthcare systems.

Possesses the ability to rapidly acquire such knowledge of the operations, functions, and procedures.

 

 

Qualifications:

 

BLD – Bachelor’s Level Degree: Nursing (Required), MLD – Master’s Level Degree: Nursing (Required)

 

 

Registered Nurse License (RN) – Nursing License – Compact/Multi-State License

 

 

Management

 

 

 

 

Skills

 

 

 

Sentara Healthcare prides itself on the diversity and inclusiveness of its close to an almost 30,000-member workforce. Diversity, inclusion, and belonging is a guiding principle of the organization to ensure its workforce reflects the communities it serves.

 

Per Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA), some clinical environments require proof of education; these regulations are posted at ecfr.gov for further information. In an effort to expedite this verification requirement, we encourage you to upload your diploma or transcript at time of application.

In support of our mission “to improve health every day,” this is a tobacco-free environment.