The Clinical Practice Transformation Advisor (CPTA) is a full time/remote position which requires innovative thought leadership in cancer care to brand Carevive’s best practice clinical models and consult with clients on how to transform their clinical practice to result in better clinical care with meaningful impact on patient outcomes. CPTA will be responsible for the architecture needed to deploy Carevive PROmptÒ as part of routine care, co-design with our clients’ best practice models, and will partner with our cancer provider clients to transform their practices. As a member of the client success team, the CPTA’s success will be measured by provider and nursing satisfaction of workflow design and provider compliance in meeting patient accrual targets.
- Develop efficient methods to identify the key stakeholders, decision-makers, and influencers at cancer centers to drive practice transformation and build sustainable models and workflows.
- Implement best-practice care models in partnership with cancer center clients to transform practices into patient-centered models, addressing existing inefficiencies and redundancies in supportive care services.
- Develop a best-practice ramp-up plan from initial patient accrual to steady state at the optimal pace to ensure long-term sustainability that is not too fast to overwhelm practices, but not too slow to never get momentum needed to be used for all patients as part of routine care.
- Mentor, motivate and collaborate with our clients’ executive clinical and administrative leadership teams to obtain commitment to deploy Carevive’s best practice models including appropriate resources, technical configuration, and elimination of existing inefficient and conflicting processes.
- Articulate client feedback and requirements and persona-driven clinical workflows needed for the product to continuously align with cancer practice transformation.
- Continuously evaluate clinical scenarios and patient characteristics for ongoing implementation enhancements.
- Conduct continuous surveillance of the current cancer care delivery landscape and characterize how certain practices around the country have demonstrated successful practice transformation, and how to apply to help our clients successfully transform.
Qualifications (Education & Experience):
- Master’s Degree in Nursing
- 5+ years of outpatient oncology clinical experience and demonstrates a deep understanding of cancer clinic workflows.
- Understands innovative cancer practice quality improvement and how to collaborate and motivate clinical and administrative stakeholders in leading cultural and dynamic changes around cancer care delivery.
- Ability to assess cancer care best practices and replicate such findings in other practice settings.
- Understanding of software product development and persona-driven clinical workflows.
- Experience with enterprise EHR systems and a demonstrated understanding of the complexities of data and workflow integration.
- Proven ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with all areas of the business, including internal and external stakeholders.
- Critical for this person to have change management and implementation skills and project management skills.
- Demonstrated expertise in facilitating practice change and translation of knowledge into clinical care .
- Able to work collaboratively with multiple disciplinary experts and key stakeholder groups and individuals.
- Knowledge of implementation and the application of implementation strategies in complex clinical environments.
If you are qualified and genuinely interested in joining our team – committed to transforming cancer care and outcomes, please submit your resume – to include your salary history/requirements and dates of employment.