Medical Director - Health Informatics Opportunity
Mercy Health Physician Partners (MHPP) has an excellent full-time employment opportunity for a Medical Director of Health Informatics to join a team located in Grand Rapids and Muskegon, Michigan.
The selected candidate will be a strategic physician leader that will provide oversight for the health information technology at MHPP working in conjunction with other medical group, hospital and CIN (Clinically Integrated Network) leaders to provide support across the care continuum.
The successful candidate must possess a comprehensive knowledge of Health Informatics through a combination of education and experience and have a minimum of seven years of work experience consisting of leadership and health informatics roles. Fellowship, academic courses, or other formal training in Health Informatics is preferred.
This opportunity is 0.5 FTE Medical Director and the Clinical FTE is TBD.
This is an exciting opportunity for the right Administrative Physician to be part of Mercy Health Physician Partners.
Mercy Health Physician Partners offers a competitive compensation and benefit package, including a 403(b) plan and paid malpractice insurance with tail.
ABOUT THE FACILITY
Mercy Health Physician Partners is a multi-specialty network of more than 500 primary care and specialist physicians and growing. Our goal is to improve community health by providing easily accessible, high quality health care. In fact, quality improvement and excellence in care are at the core of our philosophy. Our many office locations throughout the greater Grand Rapids area offer convenience and easy access to care. In addition, Mercy Health Physician Partners has several weekend urgent care or express care centers.
For more information, please visit our website at www.mercyhealthphysicianpartners.com
Grand Rapids, Michigan, known for its unique combination of urban sophistication and small-town warmth, Grand Rapids is located in Western Michigan on the banks of the legendary Grand River. Incorporated in 1839, today the community is rated among the top cities in the U.S., combining family-friendliness with safety, cleanliness, and an uncommon commitment to enterprise. Businesses tend to thrive because of the region’s famous work ethic and a historical commitment to the value of innovation.
Located just minutes away from the splendor of Lake Michigan beaches and dozens of quaint lakeshore towns and villages, Grand Rapids has developed a regional reputation for major artistic and cultural events, a full calendar of stage plays and concerts, outstanding museums, and a world-class botanical garden and sculpture park.
Greater Grand Rapids is Michigan’s fastest growing region. A growing economy, outstanding health care, low cost of living, award-winning schools and diverse cultural options are just a few reasons why Grand Rapids is a great place to live. The region is home to people of nearly every race, creed, color, religion and national origin – the public school students alone represent more than 40 languages and 53 countries.
Conveniently located between Detroit and Chicago near Michigan's western shoreline, Grand Rapids is a center for manufacturing excellence, life science discovery, and technological innovation. The region is now the center of one of the largest investment in life sciences in the country. More than $1 billion has been invested in research and patient care – propelling Greater Grand Rapids onto the elite list of America’s top sustainable, knowledge-based economies.
For more information on Grand Rapids, MI please visit www.grandrapids.org
Muskegon, Michigan was rated #13 in the Top Places for Physicians and Surgeons survey by GoodCall.com in 2015.
Muskegon offers a taste for every season. Summer’s warm weather creates the perfect backdrop of blue skies and bright sunshine, ideal for spending time on the beach. Winter’s crisp, clean air and deep snows offer powder-perfect snowboarding, sledding, skating and skiing. The vivid Spring greenery and spectacular Autumn colors, complimented by mild temperatures, enhance the ideal arena for biking, fishing, and golfing. In addition to the lush outdoor treasures, festivals, live theatre and musical entertainment, vibrant history and rich culinary experiences give a whole new reason to Experience the Lake Effect!
A torch has been lit in the Muskegon area, igniting a burst of new development, cultural opportunities and year-round recreation in a community that continues to evolve and excite. Muskegon is a region with a plan: to unite in successful enterprises, revel in stunning natural resources and amenities, support tourism and provide quality of life that includes a range of residential communities in safe, friendly neighborhoods.
The knowledge-based economy is buoyed by the inventive entrepreneurs bringing the latest in technology and advancement to the area, as well as business owners who are the backbone. They are supported by family-owned businesses and service jobs that cater to visitors who flock to West Michigan to enjoy one-of-a-kind shopping opportunities, pristine beaches, protected dunes and lush lakes and rivers.
Forbes magazine recently ranked Muskegon as #12 nationwide for culture and leisure venues among cities its size and Muskegon is the highest-ranking city in Michigan for job growth.
Located at the heart of the beautiful Lake Michigan shoreline, Muskegon County is just a short drive, flight, bus, or ferry ride from cities like Detroit, Milwaukee, and Chicago.
For more information on Muskegon, visit www.visitmuskegon.org
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