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Cornell Health is a fully accredited ambulatory care center with more than 200 employees, committed to providing integrated and culturally sensitive medical, mental health, health promotion and public health services for the diverse Cornell community. Cornell Health is nationally recognized for innovation and leadership in the development of integrated, cost-effective, and community-based services and campus health initiatives.
Administrative Services provides infrastructure and support to all Cornell Health departments, programs, and services. Administrative Services encompasses Health Informatics, Quality Initiatives, Communications, Facilities, Student Health Benefits, and Planning and Finance. Health Informatics administrative and technical professionals at Cornell Health are charged with creating and/or informing policy and procedures and systems to manage, utilize and protect health information of students and patients served by Cornell University. This team works to optimize electronic health systems and assure compliance of organizational activities with relevant state and federal regulations, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).
The Clinical Applications Support Specialist provides support for the clinical information systems at Cornell Health, as well as for clinical reporting and routine analytical needs. This work encourages (and often enforces) high standards of care, manages fundamental components of health care delivery, and enables compliance with increasing regulatory requirements. These applications and reports are critical to influencing complex workflows and clinical decision making, and through collaboration with colleagues in the division, this role delivers timely assistance for practitioners across Cornell Health in support of the organization's operations and strategic priorities.
Success Factors - The successful Clinical Applications Support Specialist has:
Excellent organizational and analytical skills, and demonstrates a high level of attention to detail.
Effective communication skills, with the ability to explain ideas in both technical and user-friendly language.
The ability to manage multiple competing priorities, and rearrange tasks according to institutional priorities.
Experience handling confidential or highly sensitive information.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent.
Up to two years of experience managing electronic health records or comparable enterprise systems.
Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
Graduate of a Health Informatics or related program.
Familiarity with HIPAA regulations.
Experience with reporting and data retrieval from health information systems, especially with Cornell's reporting tools.
Please note: This position is not eligible for visa sponsorship.
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Informatics/Data Analyst II
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