The LIS Coordinator is responsible for the operation of the Laboratory computer Information System (LIS) and coordination of its operation with other hospital department systems. Essential tasks include maintaining the daily LIS operation; providing LIS technical support; troubleshooting LIS software and hardware problems (may require minor hardware repairs); maintain LIS records and reports; prepare and update LIS policies and procedures; and analyze and interpret LIS data.
+ Maintains the Laboratory Information System and ensures compliance with CLIA, CAP, JCAHO and OSHA regulations and/or standards.
+ Develops, reviews and updates LIS policies and procedures with the approval of the Laboratory Manager and Clinical Laboratory medical Director.
+ Troubleshoots and resolves computer problems (both hardware and software.)
+ Coordinates all computer upgrades and projects.
+ Ensures system remains current with latest vendor releases (both hardware and software.)
+ Provides technical support for computer problems in the laboratory.
+ Installs and maintains all interfaces (system and instrument interfaces.)
+ Maintains all computer records and reports.
+ Provides in-service training for laboratory associates as needed.
+ Recommends and implements changes to improve efficiency, quality, customer satisfaction and overall efficiency of the laboratory.
+ Acts under the direction of Lab Manager and/or Pathologists in other necessary activities if consistent with training, education, and professional ethics.
+ Baccalaureate degree in Clinical Laboratory Science or related health science specialty.
+ Masters degree preferred.
+ Five or more years experience in a hospital laboratory setting.
+ Experience as an LIS system manager (preferably Misys LIS).
+ Experience with regulatory compliance and College of American Pathologists laboratory standards preferred.
+ Current California Clinical Laboratory Science (CLS) license preferred.
OTHER SKILLS, ABILITIES & KNOWLEDGE:
+ General knowledge of laboratory operations, including reporting schedules, billing procedures, overall specimen collection, specimen processing, reporting workflow, and instrument interfaces.
+ Demonstrated organizational skills.
+ Demonstrated skill in communicating with physicians, nursing staff, laboratory staff and other laboratory customers.
+ Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
+ Ability to function as a project manager in developing and directing LIS upgrades and implementation.
+ Computer literate – ability to use word processing and spreadsheet applications.
+ High degree of initiative and professionalism required.
+ Leadership, management and strong communication skills.
AHMC- Seton Medical Center has a long tradition of providing patient-centered, quality care and a commitment to clinical excellence and our community. Founded in 1893, the 357-bed medical center now serves 1.5 million residents of San Francisco and northern San Mateo County with comprehensive inpatient and outpatient medical specialties, as well as emergency and urgent care services. Its sister facility, Seton Coastside, is a 116-bed skilled nursing complex offering inpatient care and the only 24-hour standby Emergency Department on the Pacific Coast between Daly City and Santa Cruz. We pride ourselves on improving the health and well-being of our patients, community, and populations, we serve with high quality community partnerships, and continuous innovation to our health care delivery system and this is why we need caring, committed people on our team - like you. Join us on our mission to deliver the safest and highest quality patient-centered care
iCIMS Assigned Requisition ID: req9068
External Company Name: AHMC Healthcare
Street: 1900 Sullivan Ave