Watson Health-Clinical Trials Matching/ Clinical Adoption Specialist
Location:
Remote
Posted:
November 22, 2017
Reference:
105701BR
The Clinical Trials Matching and Clinical Adoption Specialist (CTMS) will provide expert guidance and drive successful implementation of Watson Health Solutions (Solutions) specifically Clinical Trials Matching.  The CTMS will assess processes and analyze data to develop the insights required to guide clients to successful clinical deployment. This person will engage clinicians and clinical support staff on realizing the benefits and optimizing functionality of Watson Health Solutions. The CTMS responsibilities are:
 
  • Manage the clinical deployment process and adoption of Solutions
  • Develop and foster relationships with organization's clinical stakeholders and leadership
  • Educate key clinical stakeholders on the technology, science and clinical utility of the Solutions
  • Provide guidance to client from initiation, discovery, analysis through deployment and monitoring phases of implementation
  • Apply change management skills including assessments and analysis for organizational adoption including strategic assessment, stakeholder analysis, project risk assessment, patient safety, workflow analysis, training and communication strategies
  • Assist organization in designing process solutions while providing education of Solutions functionality
  • Effectively communicate and escalate barriers to adoption
  • Analyze and interpret data to drive clinical adoption
  • Work with organization through the process of changing policy and procedures to support clinical adoption
  • Manage long term relationships with customer leaders and clinicians to promote continuous improvement, publications and presentations
 
 
Desired Traits:
  • Ability to work both collaboratively and independently within a dynamic and changing team environment
  • Strong critical thinking and analysis skills with the ability to break down complex problems into manageable tasks
  • Deep understanding of healthcare organizations including integrated delivery networks, community hospitals, academic, private and public hospital systems as well as government entities
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational and planning skills
  • Ability to work on multiple projects with multiple deadlines
  • Excellent presentation, written and verbal communication skills
  • Must be willing to travel more than 50% domestically and internationally
  • Ability to speak and write in several languages
  • Deep understanding of the complexity and intricacy of cultural differences when working in international healthcare settings

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