Witt/Kieffer has been retained to conduct the search for the role of Inpatient Medical Director, Informatics (Inpatient Medical Director) for the Cleveland Clinic located in Ohio.
Cleveland Clinic was founded in 1921 by four doctors whose vision was to provide excellent patient care based on the principles of cooperation, compassion and innovation. It was founded as a not-for-profit group practice, integrating clinical and hospital care with research and physician education. Today, Cleveland Clinic has locations throughout Northeast Ohio and beyond, including Canada, Florida, Nevada, Abu Dhabi and the development of a new hospital in London.
Cleveland Clinic in Ohio enjoys a strong reputation for outstanding quality care. U.S. News & World Report ranks Cleveland Clinic as one of America’s top hospitals. The Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute heart program has been ranked number one since 1995.
The Inpatient Medical Director will serve in the functional capacity as a specialist in applied clinical informatics and undertake key roles in project development and implementation, leadership, strategy, governance, and advocacy. He/she will partner with clinical leaders and stakeholders from across the health system in the development of clinical information systems that enable the delivery of safe, effective and high quality patient care. The Inpatient Medical Director will lead assigned Physician Advisory Groups, and assist in the development of the informatics vision for Cleveland Clinic.
Cleveland Clinic seeks a leader with a strong collaborative style and a creative thinker with high energy and enthusiasm. The qualified candidate will be a licensed M.D. with at least a year of involvement in clinical informatics related committees, provider advisory groups or informatics projects. He/she will have prior experience with clinical information systems within a complex health system.
For more information, please contact Zachary Durst at firstname.lastname@example.org or 630-575-6956.
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