We are conducting a national executive search for The University of Miami Health System (UHealth) to find a Director, Clinical Informatics that will assist in adding several new positions to their IT team.
UHealth has recently hired a CIO and is in the process of expanding its technical capabilities, the IT team size, and continually optimizing their use of the Epic electronic health record.
The Director, Clinical Informatics is expected to approve several new positions that will be added to the IT team.
The Director, Clinical Informatics will also be a key leader in a variety of projects including implementing Epic MyChart bedside, insulin smart pumps, inpatient device integration, and expansion into new facilities.
The ideal Director candidate will have a Master’s degree and over five years of relevant experience leading an informatics team in an Epic health system.
The University of Miami Health System is South Florida’s only University-based medical system and is home to the number one eye hospital in the United States, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, and a pioneering minimally invasive cardiac surgery program. UHealth also offers expertise in more than 100 other medical specialties.
UHealth’s comprehensive network also includes more than 30 outpatient sites in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, and Collier counties, including The Lennar Foundation Medical Center.
UHealth is made up of more than 1,200 physicians and scientists who are highly trained specialists focused on providing state-of-the-art medical care. From diagnosis to treatment and follow-up, physicians work in teams to deliver care that is tailored to each patient.
Relocation to the Miami area is required for the role. Miami is ranked the “#2 Fastest-Growing Economy Among Large Cities by WalletHub and is a highly desirable city with year-round sunshine and beautiful beaches. Florida does not have a state income tax.
The full position details and an application for the UHealth Director, Clinical Informatics can be accessed here.