J. Ryan McNulty - Resume
J. Ryan McNulty

J. Ryan McNulty

Healthcare IT Professional

Personal Profile

A highly creative, goal-oriented professional. Highly organized with the ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines. Committed to excellence in all projects undertaken. A team player, working effectively with staff and executive management across departments in accomplishing tasks. Well-developed communication and presentation skills.

Work Experience

IT Project Manager at Telecare Corporation

August 2015 -
IS Project Manager in the Information Systems department using Agile and standard proejct management processes to implement Netsmart's myAvatar (EMR) software across the organization.
  • Develop full project life cycles (Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring, Closing) for projects and process in the clinical laboratory
  • Development and managed an Implementation Toolkit for standardized implementation processes from one site to another
  • Implemented myAvatar EMR solution according to the current roadmap set forth by the executive committee
  • Supervised 2 direct reports of Business Analyst and indirectly others as needed for the duration of the project
  • Recommended process improvements based upon data from our KPIs and organizational goals for the clinical laboratory

Laboratory Information System (LIS) Manager at Children's Hospital Oakland

December 2013 - July 2015
Laboratory Information System Manager responsible for operational aspects of the Laboratory Information System (Soft Computer SoftLab products and Epic) including staff management and training, HIS and instrument interface installation and maintenance, system table maintenance, billing, and software upgrades.
  • Develop full project life cycles (Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring, Closing) for projects and process in the clinical laboratory.
  • Provide data analysis of metrics specific to the KPIs for the clinical laboratory.
  • Recommended process improvements based upon data from our KPIs and organizational goals for the clinical laboratory.
  • Provide oversight, troubleshooting and resolution of computer related problems, responsible for daily monitoring of LIS functions and staff.
  • Acts as a representative of the laboratory information system within the organization and with the vendor/s as needed. Identify and utilize the resources needed to support new revision or future development of LIS and HIS.

Systems Analyst at Children's Hospital Oakland

February 2008 - December 2013
Systems Analyst on the network team with a lead role in developing and maintaining Health Information Systems (HIS/EMR), network web applications, infrastructure and other mission critical hospital application systems.
  • Develop full project life cycles (Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring, Closing) for projects and process in the organization.
  • Developed and maintained security related policies and procedures and best practices for information systems and network throughout the organization.
  • Lead Technical resource on Hospital Department of Defense (DoD) grants. Currently working with mobile application development for patient transport from regional community hospitals to Children’s Hospital Oakland.
  • Lead Technical Manager for Software implementations in areas such as Clinical Laboratory, Neurology, NICU, ICU, and Ambulatory Clinics. Develop workflow and metrics to measure help desk success.
  • Lean Healthcare. A member of the Lean Healthcare team working on value stream mapping and 5S process and flow improvements. Areas worked in OR, Pharmacy, and Ambulatory setting.
  • Lead Technical Project Manager/Technologist for implementing PICIS CareSuite, a total perioperative automated system ($5 million dollar budget). PICIS Project increased Operating Room revenue 12% and decreased late charges almost 90% within first 4 months of implementation of phase 1 of the PICIS CareSuite.
  • Lead Technical Project Manager/Technologist implementing Kronos Badge readers for nursing staff throughout the hospital integrating into Kronos Workforce Central Suite. This removed the use of paper timecards providing automation of nurse staff schedules into Kronos Workforce Central reducing 80 monthly man-hours of manual keypunching into payroll system.
  • Supervise and lead a team of 10 to 15 contracting staff during implementations and deployments.
  • Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and Management Systems (CPHIMS), Microsoft Certified System Administration 2003 (MCSA) and CompTIA Project+.

PC Technican at Children's Hospital Oakland

December 2005 - February 2008
PC Technician responsible in deploying (400+/yearly) and maintaining computer upgrades throughout the hospital and offsite clinics. Assist in help desk issues. Complete special projects relating to the mission and need of the hospital.
  • Supervised a contractor team of 4-5 in desktop refresh providing training, guidance, and protocols (batch and vb scripts) to accomplish the refresh in a quick efficient manner.
  • Lead Analyst for the Kronos Workforce Central Suite.
  • Lead Developer streamlining desktop imaging procedures using MS Sysprep and Symantec Ghost.
  • CompTIA A+, Network+ and Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP).

Professional Actvites

  • Proposal Reviewer for HIMSS12 Conference in the IT Interoperability, Standards, Infrastructure, Operations and Architecture Category

Education

Cornell University

Master of Business Administration (2014) - Ithaca, NY

Queen's University

Master of Business Administration (2014) - Kingston, Ontario Canada

University of California, Davis

Bachelor of Science, Genetics (1998) - Davis, CA