Information Services (IS) Careers at Penn Medicine
Why Choose Penn Medicine?
Penn Medicine information services (IS) focuses its efforts on the clinical and financial systems that support the day-to-day operations of three hospitals, several satellite practices and more than 2,000 physicians.
As an eight time "Most Wired" in health care recipient, Penn Medicine's Information Services department provides support for the applications, systems and technologies that support the Penn Medicine mission. From a patient care perspective, Penn Medicine information services (IS) focuses its efforts on the clinical and financial systems that support the day-to-day operations of three hospitals, several satellite practices and more than 2,000 physicians.
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Advancing the Mission of Penn Medicine
With a focus on aggregating and providing access to mission-critical patient information, Penn Medicine now boasts over 1,000 physicians utilizing the organization's ambulatory electronic medical record and 100 percent electronic, computerized, physician order entry in the inpatient setting. All of these achievements are core foundational structures associated with the recently announced Meaningful Use criteria associated with the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).
Tied to the provision of patient care is Penn Medicine's support of world-class research activities targeted to providing cures and therapies to the many diseases that face humankind. As a top recipient of National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants, information technology has become critical to the support of these activities.
Penn Medicine's information services support activities focus on unique research requirements including the aggregation of vast amounts of data stored in a secure and reliable environment, yet is available to many researchers on-demand. The analysis of this data is used to adjust patient care treatments with the goal of improved patient outcomes.