Deputy Head of Corporate and Health Records

Jumar Solutions Ltd

Posted on Nov 13, 2023 by Jumar Solutions Ltd
Leeds, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Health Care
Immediate Start
£8 - £8 Annual
Full-Time
Deputy Head of Corporate and Health Records
Band: 8a
Location: Leeds
This role is required to work primarily onsite and needs to be commutable on a daily basis.

Our NHS client is seeking a Deputy Head of Corporate and Health records in a newly created role.

The Corporate and Health Records Department is undergoing a significant transformation as the Trust migrates from a predominantly paper-based health records service towards a comprehensive electronic health record (EHR). To support continuous improvement of the health of the populations they serve, and to achieve more effective integration between health and the care services of their Local Authority partners.

The Deputy Head of Corporate and Health Records will play a leading role in delivering this digital transformation, ensuring that professional standards, operational effectiveness and all legal requirements are considered in what will be a significant change management process. As well as to provide operational and senior management leadership for the Medical Records function across the Trust providing advice and guidance in all aspects of Health Records Management.

Provide medical records input to strategy changes and business cases for transformational change within the Department and working in collaboration with the Head of Corporate & Health Records Manager and Associate Director of Digital on other wider Digital initiatives for Department and Trust.

Core Behaviours and Skills
  • Abides by the Trust policy on standards of business conduct.
  • Committed to continuous active personal development involving formal training and personal study.
  • A team leader, able to build and maintain an efficient and effective team.
  • Evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of individuals, teams, systems and processes.
  • Formulates plans and strategies, allocating, scheduling and monitoring work streams across teams.
  • Applies expert NHS informatics knowledge to influence local policy.
  • Innovative and adaptable to changing priorities.
  • Develops effective working relationships with all professional contacts in all disciplines.
  • Works to a high degree of accuracy within tight deadlines.
  • Uses expert consultancy skills to translate information requests into the appropriate analysis and outputs to meet the real business need.
  • An effective communicator able to convey highly complex concepts and data to staff at all levels, ensuring its accurate and effective use.
  • Analyses, interprets and resolves complex information problems without precedent.
  • Systematically appraises all available options considering all factors and implications.
  • Forms reasoned judgement and argument, and able to defend a position when challenged.
  • Interprets and applies national policy, guidance and definitions to local systems and processes.
  • Communicating complex data and concepts to a broad range of staff groups with varied levels of information literacy ensuring the accurate and effective use of information.
  • Provides general assistance to patients in the event of incidental contact in clinical areas.

Core Knowledge and Understanding

Informatics
  • Analytical Tools: statistical techniques, forecasting, modelling, simulation, hypothesis testing and benchmarking.
  • IT Tools: SQL, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Word, PAS, Internet, statistical packages, modelling & simulation packages and trust management & reporting systems
  • Data quality issues and their impact on subsequent analyses.
  • Complexity associated with using performance and clinical indicators.
  • Specialist understanding of the complexities of the Trusts data management systems including the Patient Administration system and reporting systems.
  • Business Planning process
  • Demand and Capacity Planning process
  • Modernisation Strategies: process mapping and re-design, system modelling, project management, Integrated Care Pathways, change management, survey design and clinical audit.
  • Appreciation of and compliance with the Data Protection Act, Freedom of Information and Caldicott.
  • Excellent communication skills

Highly desirable:
  • UKCHIP and NHS Managers Code of Conduct.
  • Extensive knowledge of the strategic direction of the NHS and an understanding of the implications of national policy for the Trust.
  • Detailed knowledge of NHS data standards and the NHS data dictionary.
  • Specialist knowledge of NHS performance/clinical indicators and national targets
  • Familiar with mandatory NHS returns.
  • Extensive knowledge and understanding of Trust services, structure, objectives and policies eg clinical coding & patient administration.

The role is commutable from:
Huddersfield, Halifax, Dewsbury, Pontefract, Wakefield, Bradford, Bramley, Pudsey, Shipley, Brighouse, Castleford, York, Wetherby, Barnsley, Otley, Harrogate to name a few. Due to the onsite working required for this role we are only able to consider applicants who live within commuting distance of Leeds city centre.

If you are seeking a new challenge and would like to be considered for this exciting new opportunity, please submit your most up to date CV for review

Reference: 2678215218

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Jumar Solutions Ltd

Deputy Head of Corporate and Health Records

Jumar Solutions Ltd

Posted on Nov 13, 2023 by Jumar Solutions Ltd

Leeds, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Health Care
Immediate Start
£8 - £8 Annual
Full-Time
Deputy Head of Corporate and Health Records
Band: 8a
Location: Leeds
This role is required to work primarily onsite and needs to be commutable on a daily basis.

Our NHS client is seeking a Deputy Head of Corporate and Health records in a newly created role.

The Corporate and Health Records Department is undergoing a significant transformation as the Trust migrates from a predominantly paper-based health records service towards a comprehensive electronic health record (EHR). To support continuous improvement of the health of the populations they serve, and to achieve more effective integration between health and the care services of their Local Authority partners.

The Deputy Head of Corporate and Health Records will play a leading role in delivering this digital transformation, ensuring that professional standards, operational effectiveness and all legal requirements are considered in what will be a significant change management process. As well as to provide operational and senior management leadership for the Medical Records function across the Trust providing advice and guidance in all aspects of Health Records Management.

Provide medical records input to strategy changes and business cases for transformational change within the Department and working in collaboration with the Head of Corporate & Health Records Manager and Associate Director of Digital on other wider Digital initiatives for Department and Trust.

Core Behaviours and Skills
  • Abides by the Trust policy on standards of business conduct.
  • Committed to continuous active personal development involving formal training and personal study.
  • A team leader, able to build and maintain an efficient and effective team.
  • Evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of individuals, teams, systems and processes.
  • Formulates plans and strategies, allocating, scheduling and monitoring work streams across teams.
  • Applies expert NHS informatics knowledge to influence local policy.
  • Innovative and adaptable to changing priorities.
  • Develops effective working relationships with all professional contacts in all disciplines.
  • Works to a high degree of accuracy within tight deadlines.
  • Uses expert consultancy skills to translate information requests into the appropriate analysis and outputs to meet the real business need.
  • An effective communicator able to convey highly complex concepts and data to staff at all levels, ensuring its accurate and effective use.
  • Analyses, interprets and resolves complex information problems without precedent.
  • Systematically appraises all available options considering all factors and implications.
  • Forms reasoned judgement and argument, and able to defend a position when challenged.
  • Interprets and applies national policy, guidance and definitions to local systems and processes.
  • Communicating complex data and concepts to a broad range of staff groups with varied levels of information literacy ensuring the accurate and effective use of information.
  • Provides general assistance to patients in the event of incidental contact in clinical areas.

Core Knowledge and Understanding

Informatics
  • Analytical Tools: statistical techniques, forecasting, modelling, simulation, hypothesis testing and benchmarking.
  • IT Tools: SQL, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Word, PAS, Internet, statistical packages, modelling & simulation packages and trust management & reporting systems
  • Data quality issues and their impact on subsequent analyses.
  • Complexity associated with using performance and clinical indicators.
  • Specialist understanding of the complexities of the Trusts data management systems including the Patient Administration system and reporting systems.
  • Business Planning process
  • Demand and Capacity Planning process
  • Modernisation Strategies: process mapping and re-design, system modelling, project management, Integrated Care Pathways, change management, survey design and clinical audit.
  • Appreciation of and compliance with the Data Protection Act, Freedom of Information and Caldicott.
  • Excellent communication skills

Highly desirable:
  • UKCHIP and NHS Managers Code of Conduct.
  • Extensive knowledge of the strategic direction of the NHS and an understanding of the implications of national policy for the Trust.
  • Detailed knowledge of NHS data standards and the NHS data dictionary.
  • Specialist knowledge of NHS performance/clinical indicators and national targets
  • Familiar with mandatory NHS returns.
  • Extensive knowledge and understanding of Trust services, structure, objectives and policies eg clinical coding & patient administration.

The role is commutable from:
Huddersfield, Halifax, Dewsbury, Pontefract, Wakefield, Bradford, Bramley, Pudsey, Shipley, Brighouse, Castleford, York, Wetherby, Barnsley, Otley, Harrogate to name a few. Due to the onsite working required for this role we are only able to consider applicants who live within commuting distance of Leeds city centre.

If you are seeking a new challenge and would like to be considered for this exciting new opportunity, please submit your most up to date CV for review

Reference: 2678215218

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