The Medical University of South Carolina's Medical Center has an opening for a Chief Analytics Offer to work collaboratively with leaders across the Clinical Enterprise, the Office of the CIO, CMIO and CNIO to develop and execute MUSC Health's clinical information management strategy.
This position develops an infrastructure that supports all leaders in the achievement of Clinical Enterprise strategic priorities. This role works with the clinical leadership team to coordinate the MUSC Health information strategy across nursing, physician and administrative groups.
This position will:
Work collaboratively with the CMIO and CNIO to develop an information management infrastructure to create systems that produce data, which is reliable, readily available and meaningful to support ongoing continuous improvement. Lead the development and governance of the Enterprise Data Warehouse with the CMIO.
Participate in the evaluation of capital investments for health information technology in support of the Clinical Enterprise strategy.
In collaboration with the CMIO, CNIO and organizational leaders, develop the measurements, analysis and reporting needed to help leaders achieve our strategic intent. Collaborate with Medical Center, University and UMA officials on special projects.
Provide guidance and direction to administrative residents; delegate projects and monitor progress; assess the administrative residency program, measure performance, and recommend improvements as needed.
We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package in a progressive environment.
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An Equal Opportunity Employer
Job Reference: 5895550
- A master's degree in health sciences administration (or any related degree), and significant experience in an academic health center including some executive/leadership experience
- Extensive knowledge of principles and practices of hospital management and administration
- Extensive knowledge of strategic planning methods, fiscal management, operational planning, and human resource issues
- Knowledge of JCAHO standards and laws, rules, and regulations governing patient care and treatment, and related services and activities
- Proven ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees, clinical professionals, public and private entities, and with the general public
- Demonstrates and maintains clear and effective oral and written communication skills
- Ability to supervise personnel
- Demonstrates knowledge and skills required to provide care/service appropriate to the age and level of development of patients, with consideration of the needs of patients' families
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