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مدير مشروع - مؤسسة اطباء بلا حدود الفرنسية

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Hospital Information System / EMR Implementer

Job description

Médecins sans Frontières (MSF) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian, organization that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural disasters and exclusion from healthcare. MSF offers assistance to people based on need, irrespective of race, religion, gender or political affiliation.

Médecins sans Frontières seeks for its field position:

Hospital Information System / EMR Implementer-GAZA

Main responsibilities:

The Implementation Project Manager will be responsible for overall implementation planning and management of a new Hospital Information System and prepare the project team for the implementation. They will manage workflow analysis and optimization, needs analysis and communication, metadata design, release management, risk mitigation, training, infrastructure design, and if needed, participate in the recruitment of a team.

Under the overall responsibility of the PC, they will work collaboratively with the project’s medical department. The Implementation Project Manager will also work with the eHealth Unit based in New York for technical support.

The Implementation Project Manager must have a strong background in data management, including informatics, monitoring and evaluation, and/or research. The candidate should have an aptitude for strategizing and carrying out work plans, and proven experience in leadership and team building.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

Workflow Analysis and Optimization

  1. ‘Walk the patient pathway’ by observing and mapping each step in the care process to analyze where improvements can be made.
  2. Review and optimize departmental interactions and communications.

Project Management
  1. Create and share a clear work plan for all releases
  2. Liaise with relevant department managers
  3. Identify, analyze, and prepare risk mitigation tactics.
  4. Identify and manage anticipated resistance.
  5. Identify downstream impact on workflow, patient flow, information management and hospital processes as the system is implemented.
  6. Work with logistics and hospital management to ensure infrastructure upgrades are delivered on time.

Release Management, Requirements Gathering and Communication
  1. Create and communicate high-level functional requirements based on the results of user interviews, process documentation, and other business analysis.
  2. Work with the eHealth Unit in New York and Thought Works (software developers) team to translate functional requirements into actionable release plans.
  3. Collect and document best practices and algorithms that can be used to facilitate decision support for clinicians and other end users.
  4. Facilitate the development of end user system documentation.

Content and Metadata Development
  1. Work with clinical and non-clinical staff to map workflows and processes and identify requirements for data collection, reporting, and use.
  2. Work with clinical and non-clinical staff to construct metadata model
  3. Work with clinical staff to mock up patient summaries that will be included in the system
  4. Work with clinical and non-clinical staff to mock up hospital performance metric that will be included in the system.

Team duties/Hierarchical accountability

  1. Engage in weekly or as needed communication with the Thought Works Business Analyst communicating requirements
  2. Recruits and trains EMR/HIS Manager on implementation tasks
  3. Engage in weekly or as needed communication with the eHealth EMR Team Lead in New York
  4. Provide Feedback to EMR Steering Committee/Project on project status
  5. Attends regularly scheduled staff meetings and several events to participate in information sharing across all departments,
  6. Other duties, as assigned.

This job description is subject to change depending on activities of the Mission.

Skills and competencies:
  • Willingness to take on additional work outside of the job description as required by project.
  • Flexible and adaptable; able to function well in a challenging, dynamic environment.

Professional skills

Diploma in medicine, nursing or pharmacy, Masters of Public Health in epidemiology, or equivalent degree in a related field.

  1. At least four years of experience in medical informatics, monitoring and evaluation, and/or research, or other relevant experience relating to the management of information systems.
  2. Knowledge and experience in statistical software packages (STATA, SAS, R), and/or business intelligence tools (PowerBI, Tableau) is required
  3. Previous hospital management and project management experience
  4. Excellent management and communication skills.
  5. Ability to take initiative and work with minimal direction.
  6. Previous experience in humanitarian medical care is an asset.
  7. Experience in programming languages such as SQ is desirable.

  1. Fluency in English required
  2. Arabic an asset

Position's specificities
Terms of employment:

  • Reports to:Project Coordinator and eHealth unit Program Manager (functional)
  • Location: Gaza, Palestine
  • Department: OCP Operations Department
  • Type: Field
  • Level:11
  • Duration: minimum 9-12 months
  • Starting date: As soon as possible.
  • Only selected candidates will be contacted
  • Contract type: Fixed-term contract
  • Contract duration: 9 months
  • Deadline for submission: 17 February 2020
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