They will be able to manage a high volume, high throughput department and be able to make modifications to work flow and decisions independently when and where appropriate and escalate when appropriate within given guidelines and will be able to develop and maintain tools to ensure accountability at the individual staff level. They will also have excellent interpersonal skills, strong organizational and strategic plannings skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and will have workflow redesign and process improvement experience.
They prepare other written documentation as required by the profession and the department, maintains, distributes, analyzes and projects information for required records, reports and statistics as directed, and perform other related duties as assigned or requested.
Candidates must have or be eligible for: New York State full licensure (MD/DO), American Board of Pathology Certification in Molecular Pathology or American Board of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ABMGG) and New York State Certificate of Qualification, qualifications in Oncology (molecular and cellular tumor markers).
Assumes role of preceptor for undergraduate or graduate nursing students upon request. Prepares other documentation as required by the profession and department. Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.
The Senior Biostatistician provides scientific programming support for collaborative bioinformatics application within the Roswell Park community including the analysis and interpretation of high throughput biomedical data such as multi-platform next-generation microarray an/ord sequencing data.
The Programmer/Analyst will participate in day-to day project maintenance activities, including new package review, assisting with maintaining internal and contributed packages and with opportunity to contribute to training and outreach activities.
Creating the information technology vision for the organization and plans for implementation of new technology projects based on relevant forecasting information, and overseeing the assessment of new hardware and software technologies aimed at improving organization operations.
The Systems Analyst confers with users to define complex data processing projects, formulates statements of problems or objectives and designs solutions, works with the functional design of a project interfacing with user, management and the technical data processing staff and conducts special studies and analysis outside the data processing area for various users or committees.
They also prepare budgets and analyze project resource requirements, supervises and coordinates all facets or designated portions of scientific research projects within research histology and imaging, and assumes major responsibility for the completion of projects.
The Supervising Clinical Laboratory Technologist also provides direct administrative and clinical support to the Director of Cytology, Department Chairman and Administrator, screens, evaluates and interprets gynecologic and non-gynecologic slides, enters diagnosis into computer, maintains records, and assists on fine needle aspiration biopsy procedures.
This specific position will focus on defining and presenting clinical, system utilization, and patient-reported outcomes data, and facilitating process and outcomes improvement activities that align with organizational strategic initiatives and programs
Duties of the Department Administrator II (Pharmacy Business Manager) include monitoring the fiscal performance, budget and contract management, policies and procedures, detailed research and analysis, financial reporting, and presentations.
The Programmer/Analyst position involves challenging and creative opportunities for a talented and independent scientific programmer to contribute to novel algorithm and other developments to support high-throughput genomic analyses.
The Executive Director manages, directs, coordinates and oversees the overall operations of the Patient Access department, including but not limited to scheduling of new and established patients, point of service payment operations, authorizations for both new and established patients, patient insurance registration and ongoing verification, and admissions and registration.