Manage all aspects of the Executive Information System (EIS), an on-line business intelligence tool, offering a visual display of real-time reporting of key hospital performance indicators. The EIS provides query and reporting capabilities for executive decision makers, and allows staff to view daily, monthly, annual hospital utilization.
Conduct and distribute analysis and reporting on hospital census, activity, cost and patient quality measures.
Provide scheduled and ad hoc EIS training to all users of the system.
Distribute protocol resource utilization reports to Institute scientific and clinical directors, identifying research utilization by patient, protocol, branch and Institute.
Coordinate annual Institute Planning process, which supports budget planning and the development of the annual strategy and operating plan.
Support the Office of Chief Financial Officer (OCFCO) in the coordination of operational reviews evaluating the operations (leadership & staffing, resources, quality of services, and training) of clinical departments.
Benchmark Clinical Center services, using industry standard data, with comparable Academic Medical Centers in support of operational review process.
Census and utilization reports
- Management Reports (Quarterly)
- Department Heads Census Updates (Monthly)
- Institute Utilization Reports (Mid-Year & Year-End)
Ad-hoc analysis (Ongoing)
EIS Training (Quarterly / Ongoing)
Institute Planning (Annually)
Operational Reviews (As scheduled)
Benchmarking / Performance Measurement (Ad-hoc (per operational review schedule)
Clinical Center senior management, department heads and section chiefs
NIH Institute leadership, Institute clinical directors, scientific directors, branch chiefs and principal investigators
NIH leadership, NIH Director, Deputy Director for Intramural Research