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UnitingCare are currently seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Group Health Information Manager to oversee the Health Information Services of their four Qld Hospitals.
UnitingCare operates one of the largest not-for-profit private hospital groups in Queensland. We are proud to deliver a range of specialist healthcare services out of our four unique hospitals, which are as diverse and special as the communities they serve.
UnitingCare are reshaping how we deliver high quality services in the ever changing and competitive aged care, disability and health sectors. This transformation will ensure we continue to support the needs of individuals and communities, now and into the future and this role will play an important part in supporting the Group Executive and wider business by providing strategic level advice.
The Role & Your Background
The position of Group Health Information Manager will lead and accept responsibility for the effectiveness, efficiency and quality of the provision of health information services for UnitingCare hospitals including Medical Records management, clinical data management, and Health Information Access services in both a paper and digital environment.
Your primary focus will be on strategy, influencing practice and coordination of the function at group level.
As a key stakeholder in driving the UnitingCare Digital Strategy, your high-level knowledge and understanding of developments in health information/records management will enable you to provide expert advice to the Executive and clinicians on matters relating to health information management and patient/clinical information systems. Your skills and experience in leadership have equipped you with exceptional interpersonal skills, enabling you to build strong, effective relationships, both within your team and externally, enabling you to drive initiatives and targets to completion.
In addition to the above you will present with:
- Tertiary qualifications in Health Information Management and equivalent experience in a similar role for 8 – 10 years.
- Eligibility for membership of the Health Information Management Association of Australia (HIMAA)
- Demonstrated knowledge of contemporary Health information industry practices and emerging trends
- Strong knowledge of legislation, regulations and other guidelines which impact on the operation and functions of patient data collection and reporting, including privacy guidelines, release of information and confidentiality.
- Demonstrated ability to understand complex organisational problems and develop solutions that enable our organisation to achieve our goals
What We Offer:
Our hospital group includes The Wesley Hospital, St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital, Buderim Private Hospital and St Stephens Hospital; and form part of UnitingCare, the largest not-for-profit provider of healthcare and community services in the state, and home to over 17, 000 employees and 9, 000 volunteers.
Our mission is to improve the health of individuals and their families. We differentiate ourselves by living out our values to optimise patient care and experience through committed and inspired leadership and the dedication of our people.
In addition to a competitive salary commensurate with your experience, you will have access to:
- Not-for-profit salary packaging options: allocate up to $15,900 of your pre-taxable income to everyday expenses, increasing take-home pay
- One-on-one support from pastoral care team & employee assistance programs
- Retail, Health Insurance and Gym Membership Discounts
- Access to non-taxable meal & entertainment card
- Hospital admissions discounts
- Additional paid parental leave, education leave & additional leave purchases.
- Flexible work environments, including family-friendly rostering
To apply for this opportunity, please click on the 'Apply' button below to be taken to our online application process.
Please Note: To ensure the health and safety of our people, and the clients, residents, patients and people we serve at Uniting Care Queensland, all staff are required to comply with statutory and Government requirements, such as public health directions, and Uniting Care's vaccination policy requirements, with respect to COVID-19 vaccinations. The successful applicant must be able to meet Uniting Care's mandate of receiving all recommended doses of approved Covid-19 vaccines (including boosters) approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration and the provision of Covid-19 Certificate before commencing employment.
Our approach is simple –everybody is welcome here. At UnitingCare, diversity is at the core of our who we are, our mission and our values. We are committed to providing equal opportunities to all employees no matter their sex, race, culture, sexual orientation, disability or gender identity. We know that when our people feel respected and valued, we empower them to share that within the communities we serve and to provide the very best care. We highly encourage applications from people who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.