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Clinical Business Analyst 2

Fredericton, NB, Canada

Job Type

Workspace

Closing date

Duration

Full Time

Remote

19-Jun-24

1-July-2024 to 30-Jun-26

About the Role

The successful proponents must deliver the following, to successfully complete the engagement:

• Work with clients and internal teams to define and establish workstream scope and requirements, create solutions, and develop an executable plan, accounting for resource needs, and timelines.
• Facilitate communication and collaboration with stakeholders at various levels, including clinicians, IT teams, healthcare administrators, and regulatory bodies.
• Drive structure and content for workstream status meetings with key client stakeholders.
• Report status and progress of assigned activities to program management as required.
• Identify potential risks and anticipated points of resistance and develop specific plans to mitigate or address concerns.
• Facilitate requirements sessions with clinical stakeholders resulting in standards or protocols for clinical documentation, and workflow as required.
• Collaborate with clinical experts to gather input and insights for the development and refinement of clinical standards.
• Design and develop facilitation sessions to validate the existing requirements and collect net new business and information technology requirement, including gap analysis.
• Create and maintain detailed process and solution documentation, including workflows, use cases, user guides, and training materials, to ensure seamless adoption of clinical standards.
• Other roles, tasks and duties as assigned.

Requirements

 

Mandatory Requirements

No.

Requirement

Required

M1

University Degree in either Healthcare, Business Administration or Information Technology or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Yes

M2

Demonstrated experience as a Business Analyst (or equivalent) responsible for requirements gathering, workshop facilitation, use case analysis, business process analysis, detailed design activities, and developing business analysis documentation.

10 years

M3

3 years of demonstrated full-time experience in health information systems and/or healthcare operations.

3 years

M5

The candidate must be available to start work on or about the date specified in Section 8 of the SOW.  

Yes

 


 

Scored Requirements


No.

Requirement

Desired Experience

S1

Demonstrated experience with clinical business analysis in one or more of the following: computerized provider order entry (CPOE), order sets, clinical documentation, ancillary services (Pharmacy, Medical Imaging, Laboratory) are strongly preferred.

3 Years

S2

Leadership experience on clinical information solution implementation project(s) with specific experience leading teams through the design and build of one or more of the following: computerized provider order entry (CPOE), order sets, clinical documentation, ancillary services (Pharmacy, Medical Imaging, Laboratory).

3 Years

S3

Demonstrated experience working with a high level of self-direction, strong interpersonal skills, and the ability to confidently engage and collaborate with project team members, subject matter experts, and stakeholders at all levels.

5 Years

S4

Demonstrated experience working with multiple stakeholders and leading teams supporting more than one project stream/activity at a time. Lead experience in management of healthcare initiatives with a specific focus on CIS implementation and/or clinical standardization.

3 Years

S5

Experience as a regulated health care provider in an operational role.

3 Years

S6

Demonstrated expertise employing project management tools, methodologies, and best practices.

1 Years

S7

Knowledge of Microsoft Office 365 suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio, Outlook, Teams) in the work environment.

3 Years

S8

Verbal and written communication, facilitation, and presentation skills in both French and English is strongly preferred.

Yes

S9

Previous experience working within public health authorities, showcasing a strong understanding of the public healthcare landscape, policies, and practices.

Yes

 

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