Moffitt Cancer Center is seeking an Associate Chief Medical Information Officer & CI Fellowship Director (ACMIO). This role will assist the CMIO in providing broad clinical informatics services to the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute. The ACMIO will support the design and optimization of clinical information systems for all clinicians and clinical support personnel in the delivery of patient care, as well as support research faculty in capturing and using clinical data.
From research to diagnosis and treatment to survivorship, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute (Moffitt) in Tampa, Florida, is solely focused on preventing and curing cancer. Moffitt is one of the world’s most sophisticated cancer centers of excellence, ranking among the top ten cancer hospitals in the United States, according to U.S. News and World Report. Moffitt is the only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in the state of Florida. Today, research at Moffitt includes 20 clinical programs and more than 150 investigators organized around five scientific programs, all with an emphasis on translating the latest research discoveries into new treatments for patients.
The ACMIO will advocate for Moffitt patients, medical faculty, clinical staff, administration, senior leadership, and the information system teams in promoting the safe and effective use of information technology in all clinical settings. They will lead Moffitt’s ACGME-certified Clinical Informatics fellowship, joining a growing team of clinical informaticians from various clinical backgrounds, including medicine, nursing, pharmacy, and laboratory sciences. They will partner with research and innovation colleagues to develop new models of care delivery and data-driven discoveries.
The ACMIO will follow industry best practices, consistent with Clinical Informatics board certification, to develop and maintain core clinical informatics services at Moffitt. They will serve as a representative of Moffitt in professional society settings and are encouraged to participate in advancing oncology clinical informatics whenever this may benefit both Moffitt and the specialty of clinical informatics. As a medical faculty member, the ACMIO will be responsible for direct patient care for 20% of their total effort, as is consistent with the clinical department of their appointment to the medical faculty.
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