North Shore Physicians Group (NSPG), the largest multi-specialty group practice north of Boston and a member of the Partners HealthCare System, is seeking a Chief Medical Information Officer. Reporting to NSPG’s Medical Director of Primary Care and President, this position also works closely with and North Shore Medical Center’s Chief Information Officer and Chief Medical Information Officer.
The CMIO will be responsible for:
supporting the design, adoption, and optimal use of clinical information systems and electronic health records that assist clinicians and in the delivery of patient care and to support NSPG’s strategic goals.
representing NSPG in Partners-wide initiatives at the intersection of patient care and clinical information systems.
The ideal candidate will be a board certified MD/DO with 3 or more years of practice or relevant fellowship experience. Must also have a strong record of collaboration and possess the ability to engage a broad base of potential stakeholders to work towards a shared vision. Management experience in an academic medical center or additional management degree (e.g., MBA, MPH) is preferred.
Boston’s north shore offers access to excellent schools and higher education, cultural experiences and an overall outstanding quality of life.
This is a full-time position with shared clinical and administrative responsibilities.
Imagine the great things we can achieve together.
Board certified MD/DO
Massachusetts medical license
3 or more years of relevant experience
Internal Number: CMIO
About North Shore Physicians Group
North Shore Physicians Group is the largest multi-specialty physician group practice north of Boston. NSPG is a member of the Partners HealthCare System and affiliated with North Shore Medical Center - Salem Hospital. Our 350+ exceptional physicians, nurse practitioners and healthcare professionals treat patients in 26 locations throughout Boston's North Shore.
All of our physicians and caregivers are connected through the same secure electronic medical record system used throughout Partners HealthCare, enabling better coordination, efficiency and safety.
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