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Welcome Contents, Your career in health informatics 4. A career for you NHS values and the 6Cs, of compassionate care Frequently asked questions FAQs 5. There are more than 350 roles in health and, many of them are part of a wider team which To apply for any job in the NHS or in an Which role is right for you 6. works alongside other health professionals organisation that provides NHS services or. for the benefit of patients and the public for a course with clinical placements in the Health informatics roles at a glance 8. As well as the NHS itself a great many large NHS you ll need to show how you think the. and smaller organisations provide healthcare values of the NHS Constitution would apply i Clinical informatics 8. and work to prevent ill health in the UK in your everyday work ii Education and training 10. These include public and private sector iii Health records and patient administration 12. organisations community interest companies The NHS Constitution values are iv Information and communication technology ICT 14. social enterprises and charities and you could v Information management 16. work for the NHS or any one of these other Working together for patients vi Libraries and knowledge management 18. organisations in a health role Respect and dignity vii Project and programme management 20. Commitment to quality of care, Some roles give you direct contact with Compassion Real life stories 21. patients while in others you are part of Improving lives. a vast support network vital to delivering Everyone counts Getting started in healthcare informatics 28. healthcare and preventing ill health and good, team working is essential Some jobs are in These values may also be promoted as Next steps and progressing your career 32.
hospitals others are based in the community the 6Cs of compassionate care which are. increasingly health and social care services Benefits of working in the NHS 36. are integrated or co ordinated in order to Care, provide a seamless service for people with a Compassion Health career framework 38. range of needs Competence, Communication, We actively recruit people of all ages Courage. backgrounds and levels of experience Commitment, including people who have worked in other. sectors or who bring life experience from, outside the world of work This helps us to. understand the different needs of patients, families and carers and to provide the best.
possible service every day Find out more about the NHS Constitution. and the 6Cs at, www healthcareers nhs uk, nhsconstitution. www healthcareers nhs uk 6Cs, Careers in health informatics 5. Your career in FAQs, health informatics, What is health informatics. Health informatics is an umbrella term referring to staff in the. Health informatics is the intelligent use of NHS who collate manage interpret and present patient and. information and technology to provide better healthcare information They may also manage the computer. care It s one of the fastest growing areas telephony and other communications systems. How can I start a career in health, Whatever your academic background informatics What qualifications. you can find a role that s right for you do I need. Every day in the health sector information has Some posts require few academic qualifications while. to be collected managed used and shared More information can also be others may need postgraduate qualifications or. Good patient care depends on this fast and found at professional membership. accurate flow of information www hicf org uk, Find out more about the different roles in health informatics.
As a health informatics professional you are a To find out more about working in at www healthcareers nhs uk healthinformatics. vital part of the healthcare team the expert on health informatics visit. patient information and the latest technology www healthcareers nhs uk How can a background in IT help me. healthinformatics, that others rely on to do their jobs to get a job in the health sector. Or if you have any questions you, Whether the job is to provide technical support Many skills for example website development gained. can call our helpline on, or to deliver cutting edge ICT projects health outside the health sector can be transferred across Visit. 0345 60 60 655, informatics staff are responsible for the non or email www healthcareers nhs uk healthinformatics and in. stop cycle of information advice healthcareers nhs uk particular the section on www healthcareers nhs uk ICT. All members of the healthcare team There are also roles in information management that may. including healthcare professionals managers interest you It is essential to read the person specification for. and administrators rely on fast accurate any job vacancy you are considering Visit www jobs nhs uk. information to deliver the best care they can to search for NHS vacancies. Using IT creatively to achieve this means health, informatics is one of the bedrocks of health.
Where can I find more information, about a career in health informatics. Find more information about careers in health informatics at. www healthcareers nhs uk healthinformatics, 4 Careers in health informatics Careers in health informatics 5. Which role is, right for you, If you love working with information technology. enjoy library work are good at analysing data, or find satisfaction in keeping accurate records. there could be a job for you, Health informatics staff help clinicians keep.
up with the latest evidence and research, They work with researchers or run their. own research projects to advance clinical, knowledge They help find new ways of. delivering vital services such as laboratory test, results x rays and drug dispensing while also. making them faster and more foolproof They, develop systems to free up clinicians from. routine paperwork allowing them to spend, more time treating patients.
They work on systems analysis and, development or maintain intranets within. hospital or community organisations They, also develop technologies that help patients. live independently and longer with a better, quality of life. They run the systems that allow staff to, communicate with each other to access. information and to deal with all the day, to day service needs such as ordering vital.
supplies and booking patient appointments, They also train and educate staff on the latest. technological developments In fact there is, very little happening in health today that does. not involve informatics, 6 Careers in health informatics Careers. health professions, informatics 7, Health informatics. roles at a glance, You can find more detailed information about.
See real life stories of Type of work Main responsibilities. all the health informatics roles described below, on the Health Careers website at people working in some. www healthcareers nhs uk healthinformatics health informatics roles Clinical informatics specialist manager carries out full or part time audit or research. at the end of this section using understanding of clinical practice to find. To search for NHS jobs in health informatics ways of improving services. visit www jobs nhs uk manages information services for a specialist. area for example maternity services, assists the development of specific IT and or. information projects such as the electronic, patient record which shares patient. information across hospitals and GPs, Clinical informatics. PACS administrator supports the running of the service that stores. Clinical informatics staff are usually Who will it appeal to picture archiving communication system radiological images such as x rays ultrasound. healthcare scientists doctors nurses or other Those who want to find ways of making and magnetic resonance imaging MRI scans. healthcare professionals who have moved to services better through the imaginative use and transfers them electronically to specialists. health informatics of information A clinical background means within a trust and around the country. you have a thorough understanding of the, Using clinical information to improve patient operational side of services while you are Pathology links manager responsible for the IT systems and applications.
care is a crucial part of your role If you work likely to be interested in harnessing the power that link shared pathology services. in clinical informatics your job is to capture of IT and data to make those services work ensures the system works reliably and is. communicate and use clinical information better Within that there is a wide range of compliant with national information. to benefit health services This could be opportunities such as clinical audit as well governance regulations. something as simple as analysing information as openings to develop your own. about falls on wards to prevent hospital problem solving projects or research. For more information about roles in clinical informatics visit www healthcareers nhs uk clinicalinformatics. patients having accidents or a large scale, ambitious project such as helping to The roles listed on the next page give an idea. You may also want to find out more about the role of healthcare scientists working in clinical bioinformatics. develop electronic patient records that link of the variety on offer. For more information about this new and expanding area of healthcare science. healthcare organisations for example, visit www healthcareers nhs uk clinicalbioinformatics. GPs and hospital clinics, The work involves using and developing. electronic means to support the whole cycle, of information about patients and treatment. including research and audit Clinical informatics, staff are usually healthcare professionals.
who develop a strong interest in using IT and, information to find better ways of working. 8 Careers in health informatics Careers in health informatics 9. Education and training Type of work Main responsibilities. Educators and trainers in health informatics Trainer develops and adapts training materials. are responsible for making sure that staff are, and resources. able to use the latest technology so that the, plans and prepares for training interventions. benefits it offers are realised and patient care, delivers supports and assesses training. improves Working in either training and IT, departments or clinical settings they train.
Training administrator publicises available training courses. healthcare professionals in computer literacy, provides advice on all aspects of booking. systems and applications and the use of IT, correspondence. and software This would include the latest, responsible for maintaining the training. developments in the prevention diagnosis, resources training database and website. and treatment of illnesses and diseases, Training manager manages provision of training across.
Who will it appeal to an organisation, People who have an interest in developing the plans delivers and evaluates a range of. skills of others and a strong knowledge of the training and development programmes to. latest ICT They will need to be comfortable meet strategic and operational needs. delivering training to individuals and or provides advice to the organisation on. groups Many roles in this branch of health improving the quality of training. informatics will need previous experience, or qualifications in education or training It. is highly likely that experience of clinical IT For more information about roles in education and training visit. systems will be needed especially for more www healthcareers nhs uk educationandtraining. senior roles, The roles listed on the next page give an idea. of the variety on offer, 10 Careers in health informatics Careers in health informatics 11. Health records and patient Type of work Main responsibilities. administration, Health records assistant locates retrieves tracks and delivers patients.
Access to health records is crucial to Who will it appeal to health records and case notes. the delivery of patient care Healthcare Those with an acute attention to detail and a maintains confidential patient records and. professionals need them to understand a commitment to patient confidentiality Staff in case notes. patient s medical history and deliver care health records and patient administration also participates in audits of patient records. appropriately Staff working in this area of need to interpret data and ensure it is easily. health informatics are responsible for the accessible to a variety of staff and healthcare Health records manager communicates and negotiates contentious. health records system professionals Knowledge of the health issues with senior management and. sector and its health records systems is often clinical staff. Health records and patient administration essential for anyone working in this field improves the quality of the service. staff collate store and retrieve records used provides advice and guidance to a range of. in diagnosis and treatment This is a critical The roles listed on the next page give an idea people on all aspects of legislation relating to. role due to the vast number of healthcare of the variety on offer health records. professionals involved in patient care who, need access to this vital information at short Medical summariser extracts information from patients notes and. notice They also promote and support the enters them on to a computer programme. 6 Careers in health informatics Careers in health informatics 7 Health informatics staff help clinicians keep up with the latest evidence and research They work with researchers or run their own research projects to advance clinical knowledge They help find new ways of delivering vital services such as laboratory test

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