Digital Health focuses on supporting clinical and business systems as the foundation for leveraging electronic data in the delivery of health-care services.
We have opportunities for data integrity analysts who may be assigned within any area of Digital Health to provide data quality support to facilitate a cross-system view of client information throughout the province to improve health services.
Reporting to a supervisor, data integrity analysts:
- monitor data quality, collaborate and provide regular communication and support to source system organizations to resolve data quality issues
- facilitate continuous improvement in the quality of client information across source systems and processes relating to registration, health records, and client data integrity
- provide training to site contacts and application maintenance teams.
- work independently with minimal direction and protect confidential information
- use analytical and methodical approach to investigate and resolve concerns and ensure technology systems are running optimally to meet user needs
- 5 years of experience using and training others on admissions/discharge/transfer (ADT) systems in a health information services environment, and using spreadsheets, databases, general office systems, and registration and digital records management systems to analyze, manage and promote the quality and integrity of data
- 2 years of experience facilitating, developing and implementing business processes and policies, and monitoring emerging multi-jurisdictional trends in data management and naming conventions
- Experience working under the Manitoba Personal Health Information Act and working with report development tools are assets
- A post-secondary diploma in health information management
An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
- Active member in good standing and current certification from the Canadian Health Information Management Association
- Must be able to work safely in a typical computerized office environment with frequent meetings, and to lift and carry items of up to approximately 10 kg
- Interruptions to respond to questions are common; dedicated and focused time for planning and concentration can be scheduled
- Travel throughout the province requiring a valid Manitoba driver’s license and use of a personal motor vehicle
- Must be able to work flexible hours to accommodate the service requirements of source system and client organizations and support our 24/7/365, province-wide client needs through scheduled overtime and on call work as required