• Chief Medical Information Officer – Fairview


    The Chief Medical Informatics Officer (CMIO), Vice President of Informatics, serves as a key medical executive physician informaticist partnering with information technology (IT) and clinical operations areas to advance the mission and goals for Fairview including providing top-decile patient experience, provision of high quality and safe patient care, and digital innovation. Overall, this position uses their knowledge of clinical operations, informatics, technology, and environmental trends in digital care in collaboration with IT and healthcare operations/medical leadership to meet these goals.

    This leader is a business strategist who understands technology, clinical processes, and the flow of information serving as a key leader for clinical IT solutions and innovation. This leader is technical, but also requires the business savvy to work cross-functionally within clinical and corporate environments to champion ideas and drive change. With other informatics leaders, this leader plays an integral role in setting direction around technology decisions, HIT/EHR portfolio management, virtual care, and digital innovation. This position collaborates with medical and other clinical leads across the organization on the clinical and administrative decision-making process and develops clinical systems strategy with other IT leaders. This leader also affords provider informatics leadership at a system level to drive health IT-focused initiatives and priorities in support of system patient care priorities, medical strategic priorities, fundamentally more innovative care delivery, and the quadruple aim.

    This position helps to define and lead informatics practice for provider informaticists, utilizing informatics knowledge and expertise in technology, medicine, and informatics to manage and direct the associated informatics team function. This position and other physician informatics leaders support effective use and design of technology solutions and associated data and information across the care continuum to enable improved patient care and end-user (both clinician end and patient) EHR/HIT system experience.

    The position also manages and leads system teams (i.e., runs committees and task forces in IT, clinical operations, and informatics/analytics) and provides informatics expertise and thought leadership to strategically support, extend, and implement technology solutions for better-quality patient care, improved clinical end-user experience, care innovation, and enhanced information availability for more intelligent provision of care.

    Other important informatics functions include EHR/HIT clinical content management including clinical decision support, order sets, patient-reported outcomes, and key clinical process and outcome measures for various aspects of care including new models of care. This leader also supports and leads the standardization of documentation and use of standardized terminologies and other tools in enabling efficient and standardized provider documentation, as well as optimal clinical workflows and the link to technology.

    The position partners with other enterprise CMIO(s) and the lead clinician nurse informaticist – the Chief Clinical & Nursing Informatics Officer (CCNIO). This position is part of the IT executive leadership team and will have a matrixed reporting relationship to the Chief Medical Officer. This leader is also a peer to IT Vice President leaders and reports directly to the Chief Analytics and Care Innovation Officer and indirectly to the Chief Digital Officer & EVP Technology Services.



    • MD or DO with at least 5 years of post-residency experience


    • Both direct and indirect leadership experience including minimal three (3) years of medical informatics and/or medical leadership experience (as a medical director of informatics) and management experience.
    • Minimum five (5) years of experience working with an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system including associated clinical data, analytic and statistical modeling tools, as well as other clinical technology solutions in a leadership role.
    • Resourceful and knowledgeable of best practices across like organizations and the overall health information technology industry.
    • Experience with IT-related projects (inside or outside of healthcare) and working competency with IT organizational standards, practices and methodologies including continuous improvement of methodologies, practices and standards as required around Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) methodology, ITIL and quality management framework for projects.

    Please click here to apply: https://careers.fairview.org/jobs/97972?lang=en-us


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