Name: Ainul Majeed
Title & Department: Health Informatics Analyst, Department of Health Information
On the WCH team for: Since December 2012
1. What does your typical workday look like?
Some of my daily responsibilities revolve around the dissemination of clinical and administrative data. I regularly perform analysis, interpretation and reporting of health information which supports daily departmental functions, departmental scorecard, data quality, and operational decision making. I am also the System Administrator of our departmental system MED2020 (WinRecs) and our hospital wide clinical document management and scanning solution (Hyland OnBase). As a System Administrator, I conduct regular system maintenance & configuration, testing, complete or coordinate database upgrades, troubleshooting and staying informed of the changes & updates in relation to the Systems I manage. I also provide expertise on an ongoing basis to my team members and external departments through the lens of a Health Information Management Professional around new or existing workflows while adhering to legislative requirements.
2. What excites you the most about working at WCH?
It’s that I’m always learning! WCH is always striving to look for opportunities to ensure we deliver the best patient care, safety, and experience. Through this process, I constantly learn how to evolve and put forward new ideas, workflows etc. I’m also very excited and grateful for my entire HIM team that I get work and interact with everyday!
3. How does your work contribute to creating a positive patient experience?
My current role doesn’t interact directly with patients. However, an integral part of my work contributes to the protection of personal health information of our patients which plays an important role in a patient’s positive experience.
4. Tell us one to three things that your colleagues would be surprised to learn about you!
- I was born in the beautiful, tropical island of Sri Lanka
- I played on the girl’s soccer team all 4 years of high school
- I was hospitalized as a child at SickKids and I was inspired by the amazing caregivers which lead me to pursue a career in healthcare