The mission of the Clinical Informatics Department (CID) is to realize the full benefits of OHSU's clinical information systems. The department will apply the science of informatics to enable excellence in patient care services, to education learners and to advance the methods of applied informatics.
The Clinical Informatics Specialist (CIS) supports the mission of CID by practicing and assisting in clinical information system implementation, maintenance and support, including all phases of the system development life cycle: analysis, design, development, testing, training/end user support, go-live, and transition to maintenance. The CIS utilizes inter-team and inter-departmental coordination, communication and collaboration to accomplish goals. The CIS participates and assists in EHR governance structure and process. This position supports CID in providing informatics support to OHSU partner, affiliate, and community connect organizations.
The Incumbent will observe due care, objectivity and respect for confidentiality. All employees must keep confidential what they hear and what they see when handling, reviewing, or observing: communications and records thereof (calls, email, pages, fax, etc.), data transmission, databases, or other forms of information Confidentiality extends to the identities of the parties of the communications, and even to the fact that the communication took place. When sharing information, consider whether the recipient has a true \u201cbusiness need to know.\u201d
CID employees are responsible for the security of OHSU technology. In exercising their duties, CID employees must follow OHSU's security directives, incorporating security measures in the delivery of their everyday tasks, and are required to report security concerns to the ITG Security Engineering team.
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