The Regional Coordinator for BORN Ontario will be responsible for representing BORN Ontario with its key stakeholders across the province. Facilitating knowledge translation, data quality and quality assurance through stakeholder engagement, training and partnerships in the provincial maternal/child landscape is required to allow BORN to collect Registry data and allow providers and patients to benefit from the information gathered.
§ Supports the development and sustainability of a high quality maternal/child health information system by providing expertise on a wide range of clinical and technical areas.
§ Facilitates, coordinates and deploys provincial activities for public health related data collection & reporting, such as the Health Babies, Healthy Children project and roll out of the Public Health cube and standard reports.
§ Participates in ongoing development, maintains and monitors quality assurance practices to continuously improve the quality of Maternal, Newborn, Neonatal and child data. Provides support to partner hospitals, midwifery practices and other stakeholders to ensure timely, reliable, valid and usable data.
§ Responsible for ensuring methodological, technological, data quality and privacy related issues are identified and addressed appropriately in maintaining a high quality surveillance system. Seeks advice and guidance from BORN Ontario managers, participating organization Sponsors, Champions and other stakeholders to resolve issues.
§ Ensures ongoing liaison, and communication between partner organizations, Regional Networks/Programs and BORN Ontario. Maintains active presence among partner organizations and Regional Networks/Programs. Uses multiple methods of engagement to provide education, training and communications to participating organizations and stakeholders.
§ Engages stakeholder in communications, focus groups, quality assurance, user acceptance testing, education and training to inform and support the build and deployment of the BORN information system.
§ Participates on the Build team to ensure the solution meets the needs of the user community and report concerns or issues where the solution is not user friendly, reduces workload, relevant to the needs and a risk to adoption.
§ Assists in development and implementation of guidelines, policies, procedures and protocols.
§ Police Record Check (PRC) (Essential)
§ Degree in Health Related / Administration Field. (Essential)
§ Minimum of 2 years of related experience (Essential)
§ Demonstrate excellence in interpersonal / communication / presentation/ mentoring and relationship-building skills. (Essential)
§ Knowledgeable and experienced in the health system, and clinical area of Perinatal, Maternal Newborn or Neonatal care. (Essential)
§ Possess knowledge and experience in health information and database management. (Essential)
§ Demonstrate solid analytic skills and ability to apply data to quality management activities. (Essential)
§ Computer literacy and in particular, comfort with internet, presentation, spreadsheet, analytic and word processing applications. (Essential)
§ Bilingualism (English and French) (Preferred)
Should the applicant require any accommodations during the application process please notify Human Resources as per the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.