Health Informatician- BMJ Evidence Centre
£competitive + benefits
The BMJ Evidence Centre provides referential and actionable clinical decision support products based on a gold standard evidence base.
The Health Informatics team in the BMJ Evidence Centre performs a broad range of functions across the department. We support the whole product development, sales and implementation lifecycle for the evidence centre’s clinical decision support products, including Best Practice and Action Sets. We also provide support for the development of new products and services and remodelling of existing ones to meet customer needs.
You have will have experience working with electronic health record systems, and have been involved of their configuration and implementation in a clinical environment, delivering clinical benefits. You will have experience using health informatics standards including terminology and HL7 standards.
Your experience will allow you to support the technical integration of our knowledge products into systems, including but not limited to electronic patient records, by engaging with our technology partners to deliver joint clinical solutions.
You will also support our sales and business development teams, and our partner’s sales activities. By engaging with clinical and business representatives of potential and existing clients you will understand their decision support needs and how our solutions can deliver benefit. This will be assisted by your ability to deliver mock ups of integrated decision support solutions.
You will be flexible enough to take this approach to a range of other potential partnerships in fields allied to medicine and to systems other than electronic patient records.
To achieve this you will contribute to the strategic product development of our clinical decision support products and work to develop iterative enhancements to our products, and supporting tools. This will be facilitated by your ability to deliver prototypes and perform manipulation of structured clinical information and XML.
The role is based in London but activity is spread across the globe with occasional travel required.
How to apply
To apply, please email your CV, covering letter, and details of your current salary to:
14 May 2012