The Clinical Director will be part of the Tele-ICU core team and will lead all Clinical aspects of the national initiative. This individual will work with C-Level stakeholders at hospitals to develop their remote care model. This job will be responsible for developing ideas, gaining support, creating a deployment strategy, and developing the operational impact of the program. Post sale, the Clinical Director will oversee the implementation, workflow design, and clinical education. Essential Responsibilities:
Clinical leader of GE Healthcares Tele-ICU initiative.
Consult with clients to develop Tele-Health initiatives, that range from clinical consult to hospital wide surveillance, both in the hospital and beyond.
Own the pre-sale and post-sale deployment process from a clinical standpoint from baselining, workflow design, education deployment, and quantifying impact
Work with clients to gather requirements and act as a liaison to the product and engineering teams
Develop a network of key opinion leaders nationally
Write thought leadership collaterals
Speak on GEs behalf at professional conferences Qualifications/Requirements:
Critical Care nurse with 5+ years experience
Director / Manager with 1+ years experience running a Tele-Health / Tele-ICU / eICU department
Experience quantifying the impact of a Tele-Health program for hospital leadership
Demonstrated ability to create a goal and lead a horizontal team to deliver on the objective.
Experience in developing protocols / procedures for clinicians and deploying those in a clinical setting.
Executive-level communication skills: written, interviewing, persuasion, selling, and presentation.
Ability to travel 50% of the time Desired Characteristics:
Active membership in national nursing organizations
Published program / project success
Demonstrated ability to public speak in front of large audiences
Advanced degrees MRN, PhD, Informatics
Associated topics: asn, cardiothoracic, care unit, domiciliary, nurse, psychiatric, recovery, registed, surgery, tcu