Chief Medical Information Officer – Arkansas Children’s Hospital – Little Rock, AR
Arkansas Children’s Hospital is the only pediatric medical center in Arkansas and one of the largest in the United States serving children from birth to age 21. The campus spans 29 city blocks and houses 370 beds, a staff of approximately 500 physicians, 90 residents in pediatrics and pediatric specialties and more than 4,200 employees. The private, nonprofit healthcare facility has earned an internationally renowned reputation for medical breakthroughs and intensive treatments, unique surgical procedures and forward-thinking medical research – all dedicated to fulfilling our mission of enhancing, sustaining and restoring children’s health and development. Arkansas Children’s Hospital was ranked four years in a row as one of the FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For®.
ACH has an immediate opening for a Chief Medical Information Officer. The CMIO is responsible for supporting the development of clinical information systems that assist clinicians in the delivery of patient care in the conduct of research. Participates as a member of the IT Governance Committee and IT/IM steering Committee in representing the needs and requirements of the physician community and serves as an advocate of management in promoting the use of information technology in the clinical setting. Works in partnership with Information Technology Design and Implementation Teams to translate clinician requirements into specifications for new clinical and research systems. Candidate must possess either MD or DO and have five years of experience including 3-5 years of clinical practice. The ideal candidate would have experience in pediatric practice, Meditech 6.0, and two years of progressive healthcare leadership in the use, development and deployment of electronic health records. ACH offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.
To be considered for this position, please visit our website www.archildrens.org or phone
Evie Rodgers/Recruiter, 501-364-4123.Leave a reply →