Clinic Responsibilities (95%)
- Inpatient Duties (50%)
- Provide inpatient care and follow-up from admission through discharge. This may include, but is not limited to: rounding on a daily basis with the faculty, developing and implementing clinical plans of care and/or protocols for inpatients on the cardiac surgery service with common conditions/diagnoses/procedures; educating the house staff and nursing staff on protocols, with the goal of enhancing quality of care, patient services, and decreasing length of inpatient stay; participating with hospital/unit staff in evaluating results of protocols and continually improving effectiveness of the same; working actively with hospital and unit staff to rapidly develop and implement discharge plans for inpatients on the service and to address length of stay issues; promoting and maintaining health of inpatients through the use of ancillary services, educational materials, and counseling of patients and families; providing house staff training/education in utilization of plans of care to improve patient services and outcomes of treatment; providing and/or participating in clinical in-service training and staff educational programs for the service.
- Operating Room (30%)
- Operating Room – Assistant Duties (20%)
- Provide operating room and procedural assistance to cardiac surgeons as determined by the Division Head or his designee(s). Includes assistance in performing endovascular aortic surgery, open aortic surgery, coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG), open valve surgery, adult congenital surgery, EMCO cannulation and other such procedures.
- Operating Room – First Assistant Duties (10%)
- Provide billable First Assistant services for a variety of cardiac surgical procedures as determined by the Division Head or his designee(s). Includes performing arterial graft harvest (open and endo) for CABG, vein graft harvest (open and endo) for CABG, intra-operative balloon pump placement, ultrasound use, percutaneous cannulation, and other such procedures.
- Outpatient (10%)
- Providing patient care in the outpatient setting for preoperative and postoperative care, wound care, unscheduled visits, and chronic follow-up as determined by the faculty. This includes, but is not limited to: developing patient care plans with the faculty and house staff to ensure continuity of care and enhance quality of outpatient care. Training and supervision of cardiac surgical team staff, house staff and medical students. Promoting and maintaining health through the use of ancillary services, educational materials, and counseling of patients and families as outpatients; providing same day response to medical advice/prescription phone requests and coordinating patient services with outpatient patient care staff and other departmental advanced care providers. Promoting a safe environment and adhering to policies and confidentiality to support the mission and goals of OHSU. Recognizing clinical emergencies or urgent situations and acting autonomously, efficiently, and effectively to provide situational resuscitation and/or treatment. Assessing patients for outpatient clinic visits, determining medical necessity of visit and ensuring a course of action based on department and OHSU policies and/or in collaboration with the faculty. Being resourceful in patient education materials for patients and families; consulting with the faculty to provide up-to-date condition-specific health care information for outpatients. This includes prompt and professional communication, face-to-face customer contact skills, crisis management, use of available information technology, standard complaint processing, flexibility in coverage of internal service needs, and continuous application of process improvement methods and skills.
- Call Coverage (5%)
- Provide pager coverage on week nights Monday through Thursday, and OR call coverage on weekends which includes Saturday morning rounds, on a variable rotating basis.
General Responsibilities (5%)
- Guidance: Provide Cardiothoracic Surgery representation within OHSU regarding DNV standards and provide leadership within the division regarding compliance with DNV requirements and guidelines in the inpatient arena.
- Advocacy: Participate in quality initiatives within OHSU, and the Department of Surgery.
- Teaching: Participate in clinical in-services and staff educational programs, teach cardiac surgical and diagnostic treatments to medical students, house staff, nursing staff, and other Division support staff.
- Develop quantitative imaging analysis tools or deep learning application in biomedical imaging
- Summarize findings and publish results in research journals
- Supervise other personnel in the laboratory to coordinate research efforts for increased efficiency; participate in training of students and volunteer
We are seeking a Board Certified/Board Eligible Otolaryngology (ENT) physician to serve the efforts of OHSU and CMH in improving the health of all Oregonians.
This position will serve as an OHSU Clinical Associate providing clinical care within Columbia Memorial Hospital (CMH) located in Astoria, Oregon. OHSU Clinical Associates are fully embedded physician and advanced practice provider members of the OHSU Practice Plan (OPP) who deliver care at OHSU-affiliated settings and devote 100 percent of their time to patient care. The Otolaryngologist will provide clinical care and surgical care within Columbia Memorial Hospital in Astoria, Oregon. Will take fair share of call on nights, weekends, and holidays.
We are seeking a Board Certified / Board Eligible Primary Care physician to serve the efforts of OHSU and CMH in improving the health of all Oregonians. This position will serve as an OHSU Clinical Associate providing clinical care within the CMH-OHSU Health Primary Care Clinic located in Warrenton, Oregon. OHSU Clinical Associates are fully embedded physicians and advanced practice provider members of the OHSU Practice Plan (OPP) who deliver care at OHSU-affiliated settings and devote 100 percent of their time to patient care.
- Provide outpatient services at CMH-OHSU Health Primary Care Clinic - Warrenton.
- Administrative and other duties may be assigned based on department needs and your areas of expertise and interest.
We are seeking a Board Certified Endocrinologist to serve the efforts of OHSU and CMH in improving the health of all Oregonians. This position will serve as an OHSU Clinical Associate providing clinical care within the CMH-OHSU Health Endocrinology Clinic in Astoria, OR.
OHSU Clinical Associates are fully embedded physicians and advanced practice provider members of the OHSU Practice Plan (OPP) who deliver care at OHSU-affiliated settings and devote 100 percent of their time to patient care. Working in the Endocrinology Clinic, the schedule will be 36 hours of patient care (8 hour clinic days) and up to 4 hours of administrative time each week.
We are seeking an OB-GYN physician to serve the efforts of OHSU and CMH in improving the health of all Oregonians.
This position will serve as an OHSU Clinical Associate providing clinical care within the Women’s Center at Columbia Memorial Hospital (CMH) located in Astoria, Oregon.
OHSU Clinical Associates are fully embedded physician and advanced practice provider members of the OHSU Practice Plan (OPP) who deliver care at OHSU-affiliated settings and devote 100 percent of their time to patient care.
We are seeking a Family Medicine physician to serve the efforts of OHSU and CMH in improving the health of all Oregonians. This position will serve as an OHSU Clinical Associate providing clinical care within the CMH-OHSU Health Primary Care Clinic located in Seaside, Oregon. OHSU Clinical Associates are fully embedded physician and advanced practice provider members of the OHSU Practice Plan (OPP) who deliver care at OHSU-affiliated settings and devote 100 percent of their time to patient care.
- Provide outpatient services at CMH-OHSU Health Primary Care Clinic - Seaside.
- Administrative and other duties may be assigned based on department needs and your areas of expertise and interest.
The duties of this position include the following, consistent with AAPM PP 1-J and MPPG 10.a:
- Responsible for the systematic measurement, documentation, and assurance of the physical and dosimetric aspects of all radioactive sources and/or radiation producing equipment used in Radiation Medicine.
- Performs acceptance testing and commissioning of all treatment-related equipment. This includes calibration of all radiation producing sources and maintenance of all information for their appropriate use.
- Maintains a comprehensive quality assurance program that ensures patients are provided tumor localization, radiation treatment, and dose distributions as prescribed. This includes assurance of the accuracy of treatment unit parameters.
- In collaboration with team, responsible for the development of treatment plans, acquisition and storage of data for treatment plans, calculation of dose distributions and machine settings for treatment delivery. Provides consultation to the Radiation Oncologist, and translates the desired treatment plan into a set of instructions for radiation therapists to execute.
- Participates and becomes competent in the physics support for Brachytherapy.
- Ensures that all local and national regulations and accreditation requirements as relating to medical physics are met and maintained. Serves as the radiation safety officer (designee) for the facility or as a member of the institution's Radiation Safety Committee.
- Provides technical oversight of personnel (including, but not limited to, radiation therapists, medical dosimetrists, and service engineers). Establishes training and competency requirements and monitors maintenance of competencies for clinical medical physics tasks.
- Provides institutional consultation on the development of clinical programs that utilize medical physics.
- Participates in clinical education and training programs as needed to provide appropriate clinical training and supervision required for students. Provides formal and informal radiation physics training for all members of the care team necessary for safe and effective care of patients and employee safety.
- Participates in informatics technology resource management. Develops and manages a quality assurance program for data transfer between clinical systems in radiation oncology.
- Initiates and/or collaborates on related clinical development, clinical innovation or translational research projects.
- Performs some organization and administration skills in the clinical, educational or research practice of Radiation Oncology Physics.
Perform Image Analysis
- Use software as trained to perform tasks
- Evaluate the parameters contained in medical images and files
- Record results in appropriate software
- Tracking unresolved issues.
Prepare and assist with documents as needed for respective projects
- Work in a team to manage documents in an electronic content management system.
- Understand the clinical trial protocol and manuals at the reading center
- Review manuals of procedures to assess clarity
Clinical Responsibilities: Attendance at Outpatient Movement Disorder Clinics at OHSU. Expected to conduct 8 half-day clinic sessions/week for 1.0 FTE. Clinics will include in-person as well as virtual sessions.
Research Responsibilities: Participate in research clinical studies within the Movement Disorders program. This position is intended to be primarily clinical in focus, but there is opportunity to develop research interests and become more involved in clinical research over time.
Academic responsibilities: Participate in the education and training of medical students, residents and fellows in the clinics and other settings as deemed appropriate by the Director. You will be expected to participate in departmental activities consistent with your position and with the understanding that your position requires a focus and dedication of time to the OHSU Parkinson Center and Movement Disorders Program.
This position will be 0.6 FTE at Hillsboro Medical Center in a general ICU.
At HMC, this Advanced Practice Provider (APP) with professional critical care experience will provide night coverage in a care team model in the Hillsboro Medical Center (HMC) ICU with remote support by an intensivist via telemedicine. The appointee works in partnership with clinical and medical staff at HMC to provide excellent clinical care and customer services to patients in the ICU. This position will work cooperatively with nursing staff to provide education, continuity, and quality improvement initiatives. The APP will also work in conjunction with medical staff and HMC leadership to provide services to further HMC’s missions and goals of bringing quality clinical care and unparalleled service to our region.
HMC ICU is a mixed (medical and surgical) ICU. The APP will develop and implement care plans following established protocols under the medical direction of the intensivist and in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team in the ICU. The APP will work actively with hospital and unit staff to develop and implement discharge plans for patients in the ICU and to address length of stay issues and promote health of patients in the ICU through the use of ancillary services, educational materials, and counseling of patients and families.
The APP will participate in education of nursing unit staff on protocols with the goal of enhancing quality of care and patient services, as well as decreasing the risk of hospital acquired conditions and patient ICU length of stay. The APP will participate with hospital/unit staff in evaluating effectiveness of protocols and promote an environment of continued process improvement.
Professional performance is delivered in a manner that is compliant with the regulations and guidelines of all relevant regulating bodies (e.g. DNV, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, and all other state, federal, and institutional regulatory agencies). APPs will be responsible to document all of their patient encounters in a timely manner in the electronic patient medical record and will be required to obtain knowledge and education related to appropriate use of the electronic health record, documentation, and coding in the ICU environment. At all times, the APP is expected to treat all patients and co-workers with dignity and respect.
1. TEAMWORK: Cooperation, adaptability, flexibility, communication, dependability, supports team goals.
- Works collaboratively with all departments at HMC and OHSU.
- Establishes and maintains open communication to enhance team effort.
- Demonstrates flexibility in response to unexpected changes in work volume, emergencies, staffing and scheduling.
- Fulfills work schedule and commitments.
- Looks for opportunities to assist co-workers.
2. RESPECT AND CARING: Compassion, customer relations, professional behavior, confidentiality, valuing diversity.
- Uses interpersonal skills that convey a positive and supportive attitude.
- Uses discretion in discussions related to staffing or personal concerns.
- Gives constructive feedback in a non-blaming, positive and confidential manner.
- Makes continuous effort to identify opportunities to meet/exceed customer needs and expectations.
- Demonstrates commitment to understanding and valuing individual differences and fosters an environment of acceptance, fairness and mutual respect.
- Understands core principles of Trauma informed practices in the work place and in clinical services.
3. EFFECTIVE USE OF RESOURCES: Effective use of time, people, supplies, safe and attentive work practices.
- Works in a safe manner.
- Maintains a safe and clean work environment.
- Promotes cost effectiveness through the proper use and conservation of supplies and equipment.
- Identifies cost saving measures.
- Reports needed repairs or potential hazards to the appropriate department as soon as identified.
- Reports all on-the-job injuries and seeks medical attention as appropriate.
4. INITIATIVE: Self-motivation, takes on project willingly, acts on opportunities to improve, contributes new ideas.
- Takes the initiative to identify and solve problems.
- Supports improvement and innovation in the workplace.
- Participates in continuous quality improvement and departmental activities.
- Promotes professional development and contributes to the professional growth of others.
1. Works toward the success of the Hillsboro Medical Center as a whole while upholding OHSU’s core values, strategic pathways, mission and vision.
- Regularly communicates and demonstrates through actions the norms, values and vision of the organization to colleagues and staff.
- Works collaboratively to ensure continued success in programs which contribute to Unity goals.
- Functions effectively in partnership with others.
2. Ensures that customer expectations are met or exceeded through practices that use LEAN principles, tools and processes.
- Demonstrates personal commitment to quality improvement.
- Clearly understands and meets customer expectations.
- Resolves customer complaints in a timely manner.
3. Takes responsibility for development of self and others.
- Continues own education to strengthen knowledge to attain current and future goals.
- Assists staff in developing their skills and abilities.
4. Builds and maintains a work environment that reflects a positive atmosphere, high employee satisfaction and competence and strong evidence of teamwork.
- Makes high quality staffing decisions and effectively delegates work appropriate to staff capabilities.
- Encourages successful team development by actively involving staff in planning, decision making and solving team conflicts.
- Creates an environment in which diversity is encouraged and honored.
- Understands, interprets and consistently applies Unity policies and procedures.
5. Communicates effectively.
- Establishes and communicates clear expectations.
- Models open, clear, consistent communication.
- Demonstrates effective listening.
6. Plans strategically and manages resources to produce desired results.
- Develops and manages an effective plan for the future direction of areas of responsibility.
- Achieves results within budgetary parameters.
- Complies with all laws and regulations and Unity policies in performing job responsibilities.
GENERAL ACCOUNTABILITIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
I. CLINICAL 80%:
- Provide direct clinical care for inpatients in the Unit as the attending physician along with other members of the Medical Staff.
- Participate in the call schedule, along with other employed or contracted psychiatrists on the Medical Staff.
- Complete all medical records meeting documentation quality and timeliness requirements as defined by HMC standards.
II. ADMINISTRATIVE 20%:
- Provide leadership in the development and implementation of the HMC and OHSU philosophy, therapeutic milieu structure and policies with the program manager: in line with HMC Hospital’s commitment to create and maintain a trauma informed work place and clinical service.
- Develop the quality assurance plan with the program manager.
- Foster growth and professional development of the staff by participating in the planning and implementation of in-service training programs.
- Supervision and coordination of the multidisciplinary team, along with the program manager.
- Effectively lead outreach efforts including participation in community programs and meeting with community agencies as needed to create active engagement in the system of care
- Promote full compliance with all JCAHO, Medicare and state licensing standards that relate to Adult Inpatient Units.
- Participate actively in administrative or clinically relevant meetings to represent the Psychiatry Services.
- Develop a long-term strategic plan for the program with the manager.
- Supervise other Psychiatrists and Nurse Practitioners on staff.
- Work with Nursing leadership to assure appropriate medical services
- Coordinate call schedule for the Adult inpatient service.
As a Research Associate, you will be part of a collaborative group working on leukemias and blood cancers. Dr. Traer’s lab works within the hematologic malignancies group at OHSU with Dr. Brian Druker, Dr. Tyner, and others. You will be responsible for working with Dr. Traer’s lab, performing experiments, cell culture, and ordering/organizing lab supplies and helping to run the lab while Dr. Traer is in the clinic. There are experienced lab members to in the leukemia research community, providing a supportive and helpful environment to do science in and expand your horizons. You are encouraged to expand your education with seminars, lab meetings, etc. as time allows.
Experience with cell culture and basic molecular biology techniques is required. Additional experience with flow cytometry or primary patient samples is highly desirable.
Duties will include:
Every Knight Cancer employee is expected to embody our guiding principles:
- We act BOLDLY—Breakthroughs require pushing the boundaries of science, exploring new frontiers, and thinking differently
- We SUPPORT each other—Respect leads to trust, which leads to excellence
- We work as a CONNECTED team — We must leverage our collective brain power to conquer cancer because no one individual can do it alone
- Cell culture experiments and maintenance of cells
- Assist with media changes and drug administration during experiment
- Prepare, run, and analyze flow cytometry samples
- Independently participates in research execution and performs other general laboratory techniques
- Provides stability and continuity of knowledge as people and projects change
- Meets regularly with lab managers to identify potential synergies and reduce inefficiencies across projects
- Increased innovation and problem-solving ability required
- Participate with some design of experiments or research studies and procedures to achieve project objectives
- Perform qualitative and quantitative research data analysis, programming, database development and management, research data visualization, and interpretation of a wide variety of research data, especially flow cytometry data.
- Prepares reports, charts, tables, and other visual aids to interpret and communicate data and results with a variety of programs, especially R, Excel.
- Conducts data/statistical studies in support of research proposals and protocols. Maintains and develops research gathering, retrieval and reporting systems.
Laboratory Organization and Compliance:
- Responsible for managing project samples and ensure project data is properly recorded and stored
- Organizes program work space
- Ordering and maintaining supplies for lab.
- Support overall lab function by maintaining and fixing equipment, ordering supplies, and troubleshooting instrument problems
- Training and supervising of students and RA’s, and/or preparation of written reports and, as applicable, regulatory documentation
Additional duties as assigned by project leader or laboratory manager.
Patient Care. takes and records vital signs such as blood pressure, height, weight; provides patients with needs to make them comfortable such as blankets or drinks; assists nursing with tasks that fall within scope of responsibility; observes and reports changes in patient's conditions, assists with enrollment of patients with infusion pumps.
Facility Maintenance. Stocks and orders supplies in designated areas; cleans chairs and rooms with disinfectant; takes inventory of supplies.
Miscellaneous. Obtain blood from hospital lab when needed; performs tasks as needed and appropriate for CNA.
This part-time position works closely with staff psychiatrists of the Intercultural Psychiatric Program (IPP) as part of an integrated team model to provide comprehensive, holistic care for individuals seeking mental health services in a culturally sensitive environment. This position adheres to the Oregon Health Authority Oregon Administrative Rules 309 as it relates to Out Patient Mental Health Services.
Duties and responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to:
Individual counseling, family counseling, group therapy, case management, client intake, outreach, skills training and resource connection. This position also provides cultural and language interpretation to assist staff psychiatrists and other mental health practitioners at IPP in providing psychiatric services to Cambodian speaking patients. In addition, this position provides clinical case management and other clinical support to Cambodian speaking patients and potentially other IPP patients, as specified by the director or manager of the IPP.
This position shall provide services as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the university’s missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Essential functions indicate those key responsibilities that meet one or more of the following descriptors: (1) the position exists to perform the function, (2) the number of employees available to perform the function is limited, (3) the function is so highly specialized that the person is hired for his/her expertise or ability to perform the function. The percentage of duties must equal 100%.
This position is at the associate professor or assistant professor approaching promotion level. The successful candidate will have an established independent research program in the general area of metabolic disease, with substantial expertise in advanced imaging, most essentially PET, preferably with auxiliary expertise in other modalities such as SPECT-CT, ultrasound, etc. Expertise in MRI would not be necessary. The duties of the successful applicant will be to:
- Maintain an independent, principally NIH-funded research program in their area of expertise, of which 50% (after an appropriate initial phase for investigators not previously engaged in nonhuman primate research) should involve nonhuman primate models.
- Play an active role in the Division of Cardiometabolic Health through the development of appropriate scientific interactions with Division members and their collaborators, as well as with the OHSU Knight Cardiovascular Institute.
- Provide senior scientific oversight for the ONPRC Primate Multimodality Imaging Center (PMIC). This facility houses state-of-the-art GE PET-CT, SPECT-CT, biplane angiography, and iDXA platforms, as well as GE, Siemens, and Phillips ultrasound systems. The operations of the PMIC are complemented by the ONPRC MRI Core, which houses a Siemens Prisma 3-T magnet, and the OHSU Center for Radiochemistry Research and its research cyclotron and PET-MR capabilities.
- Serve as a resource for other ONPRC/VGTI/OHSU investigators engaged in advanced imaging studies as an advisor, collaborator, or in a more formal role such as co-PI (MPI) or co-investigator on research grants as appropriate.
- Independently Develop and Write Evidence Synthesis Research Products
- Lead the preparation of research products for public payers and health policy decision makers according to Center style or client guidelines and research methods, ensuring accuracy and clarity, and using narrative text, tables, and appropriate illustrations.
- Present research findings to clients via webinar or in-person meetings and conferences.
- Research and analyze the context of the question(s) that clients are asking and convert questions into structured, answerable research questions.
- Work with an information specialist to construct and carry out appropriate search strategies to address research questions posed by clients.
- Identify relevant research studies, additional grey literature, clinical practice guidelines, and policy documents, and determine their relevance to the research question(s).
- Critically evaluate the risk of bias and applicability of included research studies and clinical practice guidelines.
- Appropriately assign a certainty of evidence rating (e.g., GRADE) from the body of evidence for select outcomes.
- Create and manage references in a citation management software program (e.g., EndNote).
- Manage evidence synthesis steps and workflow using structured systematic review software (e.g., DistillerSR)
- Develop interview protocols and conduct interviews with key informants, as needed.
- Track report progress, anticipating next steps, and gather required information from internal team, colleagues, and external contacts to produce high-quality, timely research products.
- Respond to peer review and editor comments in a productive and timely manner and adhere to all timelines for projects.
Communication and Dissemination
- Develop and maintain effective relationships with Center clients.
- Represent the Center at selected national and state-level conferences, meetings and other events, preparing materials for distribution and making presentations that effectively communicate research and the Center’s goals and mission.
We are seeking a highly motivated, detail-oriented Senior Research Assistant to support CEDAR’s Specimen and Data Repository by coordinating the transport, processing, storage, and distribution of biological samples and data.These samples and the associated data will be a resource for researchers within CEDAR to support the innovation of new early detection technologies.
In this role you will work closely with the Research Project Coordinator for the CEDAR Specimen and Data Repository, and you will lead the specimen processing lab. This position requires clear and timely communication with researchers and clinic staff, transport of clinical samples, and the proper processing and storage of multiple sample types. This position also involves patient medical chart review, clinical data accessing, annotation, and querying using the laboratory information management system(s).
Required skills include – strong documentation skills and attention to detail, the ability to design, implement, and follow sample processing protocols with limited supervision to ensure that all samples are collected and stored in an appropriate and consistent manner with proper data input and safeguards. This position is responsible for ensuring that all processing work in the repository is done properly. Most samples will be collected and processed during regular business hours, but flexible scheduling is necessary since there may be instances where a sample arrives early or late and must be processed. This position is also the main point of contact between CEDAR researchers and our repository.
- Answering and dispatching all EVS 24/hr pager requests. Assists with dispatching EVS techs where needed. Manages heavy call volume through the shift.
- Familiar with numerous guidelines, instructions, regulations, manuals and procedures.
- Must work with multiple supervisors and admin staff on multiple shifts.
- Must be able to communicate in a manner which conveys a level of graciousness and professionalism representing the EVS department.
- Communicate in person and over the phone with a wide variety of individuals including employees, patients, patient family members and disgruntled staff members. Defuse upset persons using good communication skills.
- Must communicate effectively with Mission Control team.
- Attends Mission Control Huddle.
- Maintains a working knowledge of the hospital bed tracking system (Epic) and and notifies supervisors of issues, tracks and sends information for breaks and lunch times of EVS staff.
- Uss epic to manage bedflow to assign beds, page EVS techs and monitor delayed breaks and lunches.
- Maintains a working knowledge of GE Tiles and reports response times to supervisors.
- Uses GE tile to manage bedflow and bed prioritization.
- Uses GE tile to monitor and report to supervisors on delayed transit times, and delayed cleaning times.
- Daily Reporting out to EVS leadership using EVS Expeditor Worksheet
- Able to work independently, using judgment to make decisions or select a course of action based on OHSU policies, and procedures within the department operations.
- Uses Epic software to pull reports and extract data. The data is then manipulated and put into Excel spreadsheets to manage response, clean, room turn times and break and meal times.
- Uses GE Tile software to pull reports and extract data.
- Creates and maintains routine spreadsheets, track various EVS projects.
- Create or revise EVS procedures to improve and expedite work flow. Create spreadsheets using data from Epic for reporting purposes.
Quality and Safety:
- Assist staff compliance to the standard work by monitoring and reporting to supervisors.
- Submit work orders for maintenance repairs as needed.
- Demonstrated ability to manage sensitive information regarding employees and patients at OHSU