Clinical Systems Engineer
LocationNew York, New York
Shift:Day (United States of America)
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Clinical Systems Engineer
As New York’s #1 hospital system (U.S.News & World Report), our Clinical Systems Engineers' provide critical insights into our Quality University framework to help us improve our processes, work-flow and technology development – improving our patient care every step of the way. The goal of our Quality University is to create a culture of healthcare improvement and problem solving throughout the institution to drive innovation in the delivery of care. Considering the operational, clinical and technical needs of our patients is essential to providing our front-line providers with the critical tools they need. You are building the infrastructure to analyze employee work methods and utilization, determine service capacities and evaluate staffing needs. In short, Clinical Systems Engineers' help us care for more patients, more efficiently. Join our team and help make it possible.
Clinical Systems Engineers' provide consultative services at a hospital wide level to departments/divisions/committees from all NYP entities requesting assistance with clinical process engineering, or transformation. Work with interdisciplinary teams across NYP on projects to assess and analyze current processes, identify best practices, and implement improvements to patient care. Act as change agents by facilitating communication, applying statistical analysis, teaching improvement methodologies (lean six sigma, PDSA), and coaching teams to ensure project success and sustainability.Manage multiple medium or single institution scale projects of mild to moderate complexity through the entire project life cycle. Responsible for identification and monitoring of performance metrics, risks, and controls. Commands knowledge of data analytics and statistics both to analyze data and interpret to communicate to stakeholders.
- Master’s Degree preferred
- LEAN Certification
- Bachelor’s Degree in related field
- Minimum of 3 years’ experience in improving patient safety, quality of care, or efficiency of healthcare delivery processes
- Formal lean training required 6 months upon hire
- Proficiency in Excel, Power-Point, statistical data analysis software, and other desktop applications
Join a hospital where employee engagement is at an all-time high. Enjoy competitive compensation along with benefits such as tuition reimbursement, hospital retirement contributions, and financial planning assistance. Start your life-changing journey today.
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NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is an equal opportunity employer.