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Role Summary: GE Healthcare Digital business looking for a Process Architect for the EMEA Analytics Central team. The HC Digital Analytics Process Architect works directly with our clients, applying deep healthcare process expertise, change management and data analysis to drive better clinical, operational and financial outcomes. The process architect works within our Applied Intelligence analytics team to drive sustainable change for our clients, based on process re-design, data analysis and dashboarding.
Essential Responsibilities: Key responsibilities include (but are not limited to)
Identify bottlenecks and optimization opportunities in client processes
Map the “is” processes and the “to be” processes in radiology departments
Translate workflow optimization into measurable KPIs that can be monitored and adjusted
Work with GE data analysts to provide dashboards to support and monitor process optimization
Develop and provide benchmarks and analytics to help clients to compare their performance with others.
Implement guidelines and combine them with data measurements to constantly analyze guideline compliance of customer units
Sell analytics and process improvement services to customers and support broader sales organization in commercial activities on healthcare analytics
Support the customer understanding the steps required to undergo process changes to implement solutions and work to accelerate the change process (CAP)
Bachelor’s degree in business, clinical or related discipline or equivalent knowledge & experience
Working experience in healthcare, healthcare IT or consulting industries
Combination of deep domain knowledge in healthcare processes, business knowledge, change management skills and industry knowledge to effectively drive change with the customer
Experienced on IT systems such as workflow information systems, HIS, RIS and PACS
Experience helping teams go through change and the change process, involving a complex scope with systems and process design and implementations
Strong communication, presentation and active listening skills
Language skills: Fluent in English
Experience with problem solving and root cause analysis
Customer focused, good in customer conversations
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