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Are you passionate about HCI?
Well, look no further we have an exciting opportunity at MSK. Not many are aware of the impact we are making in the information technology field. We would love to have the opportunity to elaborate on the groundbreaking work with you and what you could bring to our team of innovators.
The Division of Health Informatics at MSK runs a suite of clinical information systems used across the enterprise, including the electronic health record, ancillary clinical systems, and tools that enable decision support, health information exchange, and knowledge management. While highly technical in our approach, our work is multidisciplinary and goes beyond the tech to understand the people who use it and the processes affected by its implementation. We aim to empower our clinicians and patients with tools that support the best outcomes, and to collect and generate rich clinical data for our researchers to forge new territories in precision oncology. We use the scientific method to validate that the work we are doing is truly impactful, and we examine the costs and benefits of each intervention to measure value and prioritize future initiatives.
Within the Division, we have a small, agile Innovation team that studies technology trends in healthcare and beyond, and identifies areas where new tech can improve the cancer care we deliver. We analyze existing workflows, find gaps and areas for improvement, and then prototype, develop and deploy novel technologies for use by our clinicians and our patients.
We are recruiting a Clinical Systems User Experience Engineer, who will apply user-centered design/human-computer interaction principles to the optimization and a development of clinical information systems-based tools that support high quality and efficient clinical care at MSK.
What can you expect in the day-to-day of this position?
As an integral member of the Health Informatics Innovation Team, you will:
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