The Imaging Institute at Cleveland is currently seeking an Associate Imaging Informatics Officer. This position will be based at our Main Campus in Cleveland, Ohio. The successful candidate will work with our Chief Imaging Informatics Officer. This position will consist of 40% Imaging Informatics. The remaining 60% of time will be spend in one of our clinical sections of radiology at our main campus.
This position requires Board Certification by the American Board of Radiology. Fellowship training in Imaging Informatics or have at least 5 years professional experience in imaging informatics post residency is required and certification as a CIIP is desirable. The successful candidate most also have formal fellowship training in one of the following radiology specialties: Interventional, Thoracic, MSK, Breast, Abdominal, Neuro, Pediatric, or Cardiovascular. Additional Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Coordinates imaging informatics strategy with Chief Imaging Informatics Officer
Serves as liaison between radiologists and referring physicians
Works with institutional: IT, the Heart and Vascular Institute, Enterprise Imaging to coordinate activities related to Imaging IT.
Works closely with Imaging Informatics on projects, strategy, and administration
Pursues self-directed research in Imaging Informatics
Participates in informatics innovation and national informatics societies
Educates residents, radiologists, and others about Imaging Informatics
Imaging Informatics supports the operations of Cleveland Clinic’s Imaging Institute by ensuring that patient images and clinical information are available to physicians when and where they need them. With more than 35 members, many of whom are programmers and application support professionals, Cleveland Clinic has one of the largest Imaging Informatics sections in the country. The Imaging Institute oversees the ordering, scheduling, acquisition, interpretation, storage, retrieval and display of over 2 million examinations a year in an expanding variety of intra- and extra-mural venues.
Imaging Informatics is responsible for implementing, supporting and enhancing systems that the Imaging Institute utilizes not only in clinical practice, but in research and education as well. Examples include the Radiology Information System (RIS) and Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) that connect all Cleveland Clinic facilities, speech recognition systems, teaching systems and enterprise image distribution systems. Research projects addressing performance improvement are a significant component of the section’s mission.
Cleveland Clinic offers a very competitive salary enhanced with an attractive benefits package that includes professional liability insurance. We offer a pleasant, stable and collegial work environment with an unmatched quality of life.
Cleveland Clinic is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. It welcomes nominations of and applications from women and members of minority groups, as well as others who would bring additional dimensions to its research, teaching, and clinical missions. Cleveland Clinic is a smoke and drug free environment.
This position requires Board Certification by the American Board of Radiology. Fellowship training in Imaging Informatics or have at least 5 years professional experience in imaging informatics post residency is required and certification as a CIIP is desirable. The successful candidate most also have formal fellowship training in one of the following radiology specialties: Interventional, Thoracic, MSK, Breast, Abdominal, Neuro, Pediatric, or Cardiovascular.
Cleveland Clinic is one of the world's largest and busiest health centers. Patients come to Cleveland Clinic from all over the world. We offer advanced treatment for all illnesses and disorders of the body. We enjoy a strong reputation for outstanding quality care. U.S News & World Report has declared that we are the number two hospital in the country. In cardiology and cardiac surgery, we lead th...e nation.
Our Heart Center has been ranked number one in America for 21 years in row in U.S. News and World Report. Cleveland Clinic's Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute and Digestive Disease Institute are ranked very near the top, and our specialties of orthopaedics, otolaryngology, nephrology, neurology/neurological surgery, rheumatology, pulmonary, endocrinology, gynecology, ophthalmology and geriatrics are each among America's ten best in their fields.
Other specialties noted for national excellence include cancer and psychiatry. Cleveland Clinic Children's offers highly specialized pediatric care in a family-centered atmosphere. It has been ranked the best children's hospital in Ohio by Child magazine.
Cleveland Clinic was founded in 1921 as a not-for-profit group practice, integrating clinical and hospital care with research and physician education. In addition to our Cleveland location, we have Cleveland Clinic Florida, with a unified medical campus in Weston, Florida, offering the full spectrum of care.
Cleveland Clinic has more than 3,000 salaried physicians on staff, representing approximately 120 specialties and subspecialties. In 2015, they provided a total of 6.62 million visits. Patients came to us from across America and from more than 180 nations. We also lead an extensive system of community hospitals in Cleveland called the Cleveland Clinic Hospitals.
This system is made up of Cleveland Clinic and Fairview Hospital, Lutheran Hospital, Marymount Hospital, Euclid Hospital, Hillcrest Hospital, Medina Hospital, South Pointe Hospital, Akron General Hospital, and Avon Hospital. With 4,450 staffed beds, Cleveland Clinic Hospitals offers broad geographic coverage, a full continuum of care, improved quality and lower cost of care to Northeast Ohio residents.