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Clinical Informatics Specialist Resume


Desired Industry: Healthcare SpiderID: 70617
Desired Job Location: Blaine, Washington Date Posted: 10/30/2013
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 60000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: No
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Highly dynamic, motivated, and
analytical professional, offering
comprehensive years of experience in
applications development with
concentration in streamlining healthcare
processes and procedures. Interested to
pursue a position in the healthcare
industry to apply education and
expertise in planning, designing,
testing, and implementing healthcare IT
infrastructure. Recognized for
unparalleled passion to meet challenges
facing today’s healthcare settings.
Articulate communicator; multilingual in
English, Hebrew, Greek, and Latin.
Proficient with Windows, Mac OS, Linux,
and iOS.


Experience:
MOUNT BAKER KIDNEY CENTER, BELLINGHAM,
WA
Biomedical IT Specialist 2011–
Present
- Participate in meetings
regarding the status of upcoming,
ongoing, and finished projects with
clinical administrator, chief biomedical
engineer, and nursing manager.
- Communicate with vendors through
phone and email to follow up and discuss
the status of projects as well as with
contractors to accomplish existing
projects.
- Render effectual assistance to
the chief biomedical engineer to settle
biomedical maintenance issues such as
water sampling, disinfections, and acid
mixtures.
- Interact with various hospital
staff which included in-center, dialysis
training, hospital acute, and support to
settle IT/informatics issues.
- Assume full responsibility in
preparing IT and safety meetings on a
monthly basis.
- Collaborate with vendors to
maintain efficient dataflow of Public
Health Institute.
- Develop techniques in
integrating and utilizing EMR and
restructure clinical IT infrastructures



Career Highlights:

- Presided over the training of
support staff, hospital acute, and
Dialysis Training Unit regarding the
utilization of iPad and process of
redirecting folders as well as Clinical
Department on new information system.
- Held full accountability in
testing iPad with relevant software for
EMR as well as initializing its
deployment.
- Identified staffing needs in
order to distribute patient information
to physicians and to closely monitor
patient care through EMR.
- Initiated the development of
policies and procedures for information
assurance of mobile devices by assigning
and evaluating passwords, training
mobile device users on protocol of
lost/stolen devices, and testing mobile
device management.
- Dealt with the rearrangement of
clinical information system by examining
various server/client models; testing of
Citrix server model against terminal
server; identifying and attending legacy
software needs by executing separate
operating system; reviewing results with
clinical administrator; interacting with
third-party vendors to construct
terminal server; purchasing and
configuring desktop client computers;
and transferring old information from
old to new system.
- Worked collaboratively with
patient care staff to provide power
supply and mobility solution.
- Carried out key tasks such as
establishing a committee of
representatives from each department to
identify and attend organizational
needs, gathering submitted requests, and
developing groups/policies enabling
staff to easily access their specific
data.
- Generated and imposed job aids
for department’s specific systems as
well as Windows and iOS applications.
- Executed new system on each
department; instituted redirected
folders for interdepartmental workflow.
- Streamlined workflow by
developing servers and utilizing
existing computing models.

WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY,
BELLINGHAM, WA
Graduate Research Assistant 2012–
2013
- Exemplified keen expertise in
providing IT support to research
professors; evaluated and configured
software applications for the on-going
distance practice with children with
autism; developed productivity and
clinical utilization of iPad.
- Delivered exemplary performance
in instituting live tele-practice
laboratory, software suite of video,
audio, and recording applications,
- Exhibited superior talents in
devising job aids as well as educating
research professors and graduate
students on video, audio, and recording
software suite.
- Played an instrumental role in
Communication Sciences and Disorders
departments on laboratory computers,
software and mobile devices (iPad).
- Leveraged technical expertise in
troubleshooting and repairing biomedical
equipment.


Education:
Master of Science in Clinical
Informatics and Patient-Centered
Technologies, In Progress
Expected Date of Graduation: June 2015
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, SEATTLE WA

Coursework in Computer Science, 2013 |
WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY,
BELLINGHAM, WA

Bachelor of Arts in Applied Linguistics,
2010 | PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY,
PORTLAND, OR

CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician, In
Progress; Expected Date of Completion,
Oct 2013 | COMPTIA

Heartsaver, Cardiopulmonary
Resuscitation/Automated External
Defibrillators, 2013 | AMERICAN HEART
ASSOCIATION


Skills:
Electronic Medical Records
Projects Implementation
TCP/IP Structures
Cloud Infrastructure and Management
Object-Oriented Programming
Scripting
Training and Development
iPad Implementation
Process Development
Clinical Applications Configuration


Additional Information:
ERIC BIGGS


CLINICAL INFORMATICS SPECIALIST

QUALIFICATIONS PROFILE

Highly dynamic, motivated, and
analytical professional, offering
comprehensive years of experience in
applications development with
concentration in streamlining healthcare
processes and procedures. Interested to
pursue a position in the healthcare
industry to apply education and
expertise in planning, designing,
testing, and implementing healthcare IT
infrastructure. Recognized for
unparalleled passion to meet challenges
facing today’s healthcare settings.
Articulate communicator; multilingual in
English, Hebrew, Greek, and Latin.
Proficient with Windows, Mac OS, Linux,
and iOS.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE


Electronic Medical Records
Projects Implementation
TCP/IP Structures
Cloud Infrastructure and Management
Object-Oriented Programming
Scripting
Training and Development
iPad Implementation
Process Development
Clinical Applications Configuration


EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS

Master of Science in Clinical
Informatics and Patient-Centered
Technologies, In Progress
Expected Date of Graduation: June 2015
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, SEATTLE WA

Coursework in Computer Science, 2013 |
WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY,
BELLINGHAM, WA

Bachelor of Arts in Applied Linguistics,
2010 | PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY,
PORTLAND, OR

CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician, In
Progress; Expected Date of Completion,
Oct 2013 | COMPTIA

Heartsaver, Cardiopulmonary
Resuscitation/Automated External
Defibrillators, 2013 | AMERICAN HEART
ASSOCIATION

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

MOUNT BAKER KIDNEY CENTER, BELLINGHAM,
WA
Biomedical IT Specialist 2011–
Present
- Participate in meetings
regarding the status of upcoming,
ongoing, and finished projects with
clinical administrator, chief biomedical
engineer, and nursing manager.
- Communicate with vendors through
phone and email to follow up and discuss
the status of projects as well as with
contractors to accomplish existing
projects.
- Render effectual assistance to
the chief biomedical engineer to settle
biomedical maintenance issues such as
water sampling, disinfections, and acid
mixtures.
- Interact with various hospital
staff which included in-center, dialysis
training, hospital acute, and support to
settle IT/informatics issues.
- Assume full responsibility in
preparing IT and safety meetings on a
monthly basis.
- Collaborate with vendors to
maintain efficient dataflow of Public
Health Institute.
- Develop techniques in
integrating and utilizing EMR and
restructure clinical IT infrastructures



Career Highlights:

- Presided over the training of
support staff, hospital acute, and
Dialysis Training Unit regarding the
utilization of iPad and process of
redirecting folders as well as Clinical
Department on new information system.
- Held full accountability in
testing iPad with relevant software for
EMR as well as initializing its
deployment.
- Identified staffing needs in
order to distribute patient information
to physicians and to closely monitor
patient care through EMR.
- Initiated the development of
policies and procedures for information
assurance of mobile devices by assigning
and evaluating passwords, training
mobile device users on protocol of
lost/stolen devices, and testing mobile
device management.
- Dealt with the rearrangement of
clinical information system by examining
various server/client models; testing of
Citrix server model against terminal
server; identifying and attending legacy
software needs by executing separate
operating system; reviewing results with
clinical administrator; interacting with
third-party vendors to construct
terminal server; purchasing and
configuring desktop client computers;
and transferring old information from
old to new system.
- Worked collaboratively with
patient care staff to provide power
supply and mobility solution.
- Carried out key tasks such as
establishing a committee of
representatives from each department to
identify and attend organizational
needs, gathering submitted requests, and
developing groups/policies enabling
staff to easily access their specific
data.
- Generated and imposed job aids
for department’s specific systems as
well as Windows and iOS applications.
- Executed new system on each
department; instituted redirected
folders for interdepartmental workflow.
- Streamlined workflow by
developing servers and utilizing
existing computing models.

WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY,
BELLINGHAM, WA
Graduate Research Assistant 2012–
2013
- Exemplified keen expertise in
providing IT support to research
professors; evaluated and configured
software applications for the on-going
distance practice with children with
autism; developed productivity and
clinical utilization of iPad.
- Delivered exemplary performance
in instituting live tele-practice
laboratory, software suite of video,
audio, and recording applications,
- Exhibited superior talents in
devising job aids as well as educating
research professors and graduate
students on video, audio, and recording
software suite.
- Played an instrumental role in
Communication Sciences and Disorders
departments on laboratory computers,
software and mobile devices (iPad).
- Leveraged technical expertise in
troubleshooting and repairing biomedical
equipment.

Career Highlights:
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ACTIVITIES

Webmaster– Lake Louise Condominium
Cluster Owners Association llccoa.org
Volunteer– Mathematics Engineering
Science Achievement


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