Deadline November 4, 2009
The South West Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), is one of 14 local organizations that have been created in Ontario to plan, coordinate and fund local health services, including hospitals, community care access centres (CCACs), long-term care homes, community health centres (CHCs), community support service agencies, and mental health and addictions agencies.
SPIRE enables physicians to obtain radiology reports, laboratory results and notes electronically from health testing sites, rather than by mail or fax, resulting in shorter waiting time for reports, and fewer misdirected documents. The mandate of the SPIRE project is to provide a secure electronic interface between a number of South West Ontario hospitals’ Electronic Patient Records (EPR) and participating regional physicians’ offices, allowing radiology reports, lab results and notes to be delivered electronically into the physicians’ electronic medical records.
If you have a passion for excellence, an entrepreneurial spirit and a desire to transform the Ontario healthcare system, then consider the South West Local Health integration Network (LHIN) for your next career move.
SPIRE Change Management/Adoption Lead
(6 month contract assignment – London, Ontario)
This exciting opportunity will require you to work with stakeholders to create and implement the change management and adoption strategy for SPIRE, a project providing secure electronic interfacing between regional hospitals and physicians.
Reporting to the Information Management Team Lead, you will: work with the project team and the end users (physicians) to create and implement the change management and adoption strategy; coordinate with CMS/EMR vendors any training requirements and validate any upgrades or patches; design data share agreements in addition to working with local physician groups to confirm report receipt and acceptance; and, supplement sites technical resources and provide Q&A testing. Finally, you will provide last call visits with sites to confirm acceptance of solutions.
Qualifications: The successful candidate will have post secondary education in Business Administration and/or a relevant field. You must have demonstrated experience in facilitating major change initiatives in a large public sector organization including communications, training and adoption strategies. You will have knowledge of the healthcare sector, as well as experience working in a human resource, communications or organizations development role. You will have knowledge of latest theories, models and strategies for assessing and leading organizational change, including documenting and designing business processes. You will also have the ability to understand the inter-relationships between business processes and technology tools.