REMOTE - CLINICAL SYSTEMS PROJECT MANAGER - Involves managing technical projects having a defined beginning and end. Manages the project’s framework processes and methodologies involving departmental or cross-functional teams. Plans, coordinates and monitors scope, requirements, schedules, budgets, resources, tasks, risks, staff and deliverables. Monitors the project from initiation through completion. Organizes and leads activities relating to the management and completion of projects.
The Clinical Systems Project Manager will report directly to the Director of the Project Management Office. S/he will be responsible for establishing the project tracking/reporting for the Epic Charging build and testing as part of the Marin Health Implementation project. In this role, s/he will coordinate and collaborate with key stakeholders and Subject Matter Experts (SME) from Marin Health as well as the Epic project teams to ensure clinical charging build, Charge Volume testing and Parallel Revenue Cycle testing (PRCT) gets completed and validated successfully within the established project timelines. S/he will also be responsible for escalating issues to the relevant groups based on the governance models set-up. To be successful in this role, a strong background and prior experience implementing and/or managing large projects with a focus on charging build, charge volume testing, and parallel revenue cycle testing (PRCT) is preferred.
Applies advanced technical project management frameworks and methods and campus, medical center or Office of the President objectives to resolve highly complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors. Determines methods, techniques and evaluation criteria to obtain results. Manages projects of broad and diverse scope, size, impact, budget and / or project team size, with considerable impact to the organization.
S/he must demonstrate the ability to organize, assign, track and follow up on issues across multiple streams of work and manage resources to meet established deadlines or escalate in a timely fashion. The incumbent must possess excellent organizational skills, pay attention to details, understand the needs of the customers, be knowledgeable about IT infrastructure and design and keep abreast of hospital policies and procedures.
S/he should be able to run a small program managing competing priorities and conflicts for limited resources with minimum supervision and the ability to understand new technologies and concepts quickly and be able to apply them to their projects appropriately.
In this customer facing role, s/he must establish a strong working relationship with the customer, clearly understand their requirements and work with them to design the optimum solution keeping current technology, future trends and the budget in mind. S/he will have the ability to influence people that do not directly report to them and hence must possess strong inter-personal skills such as team building, consensus building, diplomacy, persuasiveness and the ability to create a positive a work environment.
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UCSF Health invests more than $25M annually in capital and operating dollars on projects requiring Information Technology and Clinical Systems (IT/CS) resources to implement. Project types include: Clinical Research, Organizational Strategy/Goals, Patient Safety, Patient Satisfier, Productivity, Regulatory/Compliance, ROI (Cost Reduction/Cost Savings), and IT/CS Service Continuity (upgrades/refreshes).