Competitive compensation package
Non-Union Exempt Employee (NUEE)
Relevant post-secondary degree
Registration with an applicable professional association or college
Clinical informatics leads are key contributors in the development of provincial standards for clinical and research content. They work independently and collaboratively with various clinical and service departments.
Clinical informatics leads are accountable for integrating and adopting technology in a clinical setting. They provide leadership in the development, implementation and change management of clinical informatics projects, processes and programs. They are responsible for guiding and mentoring a team of clinical analysts.
The clinical informatics lead is a very important role as its skills, knowledge and leadership can have a significant effect on the efficiency of clinical information systems which directly affect patient care.
Clinical informatics leads typically work full-time hours. They can apply for positions that are either permanent or temporary depending on business needs. They generally work Monday to Friday.
Clinical informatics leads work on-site at health facilities or in corporate offices. There is frequent travel required in this role as the Leads need to be at various technology implementation sites. The work also involves lengthy periods sitting at a computer workstation as well as periods of intense commitment to meet project deadlines.
This role has the opportunity to work collaboratively with a variety of internal stakeholders to meet the clinical informatics objectives within the organization.