IT DIrector-Johns Hopkins Health IT
Requisition #: 527348
Location: Johns Hopkins Health System, Baltimore, MD 21201
Category: Information Technology
Work Shift: Day Shift
Work Week: Full Time
Weekend Work Required: No
Date Posted: May 18, 2022
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Requisition #: 527348
Location: 1000 Lancaster Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
Shift: Full Time (40 hours)
Day Shift; 8:00am - 5:00pm
Exempt; Pay Grade: MP
Specific Duties and Responsibilities
• Works closely with senior IT, business, clinical, and/or academic leadership to develop and implement strategic plans that support the overall goals of the organization.
• Directs the IT strategy, infrastructure, development and support within the organization.
• Develops policies and practices to support organizational strategy.
• Participates in the development of white papers and strategic statements related to technology in support of the organization.
• Leads very large scale, complex projects requiring multi-disciplinary coordination and significant vendor collaboration.
• Has day-to-day responsibility for a variety of applications and technologies that support a wide and diverse customer base.
• Recognized as an expert in the major IT function(s) in realm of responsibility.
• Incumbent may be required to represent the division while working with external constituencies in the development of policies and practices that have an impact on the business of the division.
• Incumbent may be required to represent senior organizational leadership in executive meeting within and outside the organization.
Previous staff management experience required.
Education: Baccalaureate degree, in computer science, business or clinical related field required.
Experience: Minimum 8-10 years project management experience.
Experience in running a large project from a Project Management Office perspective or managing a large project team in a large health system environment
Preferred Job Qualifications: Certification in project management
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities (KSA's):
Ability to assess risks that impact the project
Ability to lead large multi-disciplinary teams in a matrix environment
Skilled at problem solving
Skilled in Microsoft Office products including MS Project
When assigned to Epic Clinical Applications:
The current structure for Clinical Applications on the Epic project has a Director accountable for the development and management of the Ambulatory component of the EMR, inpatient orders and documentation, emergency medicine, pharmacy, oncology and transplant. In this role, the Director must ensure that each of the individual application managers are working cohesively with their Business Owners, individual teams and across applications and areas of integration.
There is a second Clinical Applications Director who oversees the development and maintenance of Epic ancillary applications which include the Operating Room, Anesthesia, Radiology and Cardiology and Homecare. This Director will also oversee the relationship with Kennedy Krieger Institute and will work collaboratively with all teams that service that entity. This individual also will oversee medical device integration for the health system.
Both Directors have accountability to ensure the integration and clinical integrity of the applications that they oversee as well as achieving cross-application success.
Candidates for this role will have healthcare clinical software development and support experience in a large health system with preference to an academic environment. An Epic certification in at least one of the applications is preferred as is previous Epic application experience.
When assigned to Revenue Cycle Applications:
As the Epic Director over the Revenue Cycle applications, this position is accountable for overseeing the management, planning, directing and designing of the revenue cycle applications within the Epic suite of applications. These applications include patient identity, outpatient and inpatient registration, scheduling, health information management and hospital and professional fee billing. Candidates for this role will have specific experience in some of the represented applications which can be substituted by director level operational oversight of the specific area within the revenue cycle. An Epic certification in at least one of the applications is preferred as is previous Epic application experience.
When assigned to the Project Management Office (PMO) and Reporting:
This position oversees the PMO office and staff as well as the Clinical and Revenue cycle reporting groups. The PMO office is responsible for supporting projects meeting the project criteria by assisting with compilation of budgets and project plans and tracking. The office also oversees major upgrades and the associated testing and command center preparation. In addition, the oversight of meaningful use resides in this office and coordination of meaningful use changes in the software as well as integration with Quality reporting are part of the responsibilities.
Reports to: Executive Director
Department/ Organizational Unit: IT
Incumbents: Open; Director, PMO and Reporting
Tim Reddy; Information Technology Director, Clinical Applications
David Li; Information Technology Director, Clinical Ancillary Applications
Jane Ports; Information Technology Director, Revenue Cycle Applications
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