Manages and assures adherence to the Guiding Principles of the Epic EMR implementation.
Leads and assists in developing project business case and request for proposals/information (RFP/RFI).
Leads efforts to define requirements, deliverables, objectives, resources, and project schedules
Ensures appropriate processes are identified and followed, specifically scope management, change management, communications, and risk management.
Ensures all stakeholders are well informed and knowledgeable of key issues, risks and resource requirements, budget and cost factors, and technical challenges.
Demonstrates leadership by identifying and mitigating tasks, conflict, and communication.
Escalates issues and risks to executive leadership, to ensure proper awareness and efficient resolution, to sustain the project implementation timeline.
Assists with the creation, modification, and enhancements to enterprise project management, standards, processes, and policies.
Effectively manages the Epic and related projects to successful completion in a matrix project management organization serving critical healthcare operations
Maintains project management documentation to standards and presents findings to stakeholders, typically based on Project Management Institute (PMI) methodology.
Successful planning and execution of a multi-year, multi-facility, enterprise-wide clinical and revenue cycle systems implementation.
Maintains the scope and work plan and ensures all milestones and deliverables are on time and budget.
The internal communication of project strategies, high level deliverables, plans, and schedules.
Ensures all outcomes and deliverables meet organizational goals, objectives and quality standards.
Definition, adoption, and consistent execution of system requirements, communication, change management, issues management, and post-implementation support.
Primary contact for the EMR technology portfolio and will coordinate projects and communications to all impacted stakeholders.
Communicates with project leadership, clinicians and technical staff.
Functions as an advocate, Change Agent and serves as a positive role model for encouraging others to embrace operational changes and transformation associated with the Epic EMR implementation and other application technology projects.
Interacts with co-workers, visitors, and other staff consistent with the iSCORE values of Jefferson.
BA/BS in Computer Science, Business or clinical related field preferred.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, AND REGISTRATION:
Current Epic certification in at least one clinical application is strongly preferred.
Preferred: Project Management Institute (PMI) Certification or Project Management Professional (PMP) or a program recognized by the Project Management Institute (local or national group).
ITIL Foundation certification is strongly preferred when present in environment.