Galileo Search Published: March 19, 2018

Description

Quality Management Accreditation Specialist | Wyoming

Competitive Compensation | Excellent Benefits | Option for Temp-To-Perm

Are you ready to work in a hospital whose administration makes you feel welcome while providing a small, home-like atmosphere? Our client is an award-winning facility that employs a team of professionals dedicated to optimizing quality of life for their patients.

What more can you ask for when you combine unparalleled natural surroundings with an extraordinary quality of life? The location couldn’t be more ideal, from excellent schools, cultural events, unique shopping and restaurants, to an abundance of outdoor adventures and activities!

Location:

Wyoming

Opportunity:

Galileo is conducting a search for an experienced Quality Management Accreditation Specialist. The primary function of this position is to work with clinicians and administrators to implement clinical system and process improvements that will improve patient outcomes, enhance clinical performance, and produce necessary information to maintain accreditation and CMS performance standards.

Key Responsibilities:

• Participates in the collection and analysis of clinical outcomes data to develop clinical process improvement initiatives
• Identifies and reports trends through monitoring Quality Improvement and develops actions to improve
• Assesses the integrity of Quality data and information across the organization and initiates processes to resolve data issues
• Maintains current knowledge of the DNV-GL, State of Wyoming and CMS standards and assists the unit/organization in maintaining compliance with all applicable standards
• Drives improvements in care quality, & operational efficiency by identifying, planning & facilitating continuous improvement activities together with staff leadership & physicians
• Provides quality & process improvement expertise & facilitates development of standardized approaches to creating performance improvement plans, defining appropriate tools, methodologies and metrics, analyzing & interpreting data, managing change & facilitating improvement teams
• Develops and presents physician and clinical education material and tools on evidence-based practices surrounding quality initiative/project, core measures and public reportable metrics
• Identifies and removes barriers to project success or escalates to leadership when appropriate

Qualifications:

• Bachelor of Science degree in a health-related field required, Master’s degree preferred
• Minimum 5 years of experience in a clinical or administrative role
• Quality management and performance improvement experience required
• Experience in process improvement methodologies required

Facility:

Acute Care Hospital | Nonprofit

About Galileo Search:

Galileo Search, LLC partners with hospitals and healthcare organizations across the United States to identify, recruit and retain the most accomplished professionals and executives in the industry. Our clients include community and critical access hospitals, health systems, academic medical centers and Fortune 500 corporations. To learn more about Galileo Search, LLC, visit our website at: www.galileosearch.com

Are you ready for an exceptional career search experience? Take the first step...

Forward your resume for confidential review or call to discuss this or other available career opportunities. Submit your resume via email for immediate consideration or use our convenient online Galileo Candidate Registry.

Job ID:

Job-027616

Keywords:

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.
 
Galileo Search Published: March 19, 2018

Description

Quality Management Accreditation Specialist | Wyoming

Competitive Compensation | Excellent Benefits | Option for Temp-To-Perm

Are you ready to work in a hospital whose administration makes you feel welcome while providing a small, home-like atmosphere? Our client is an award-winning facility that employs a team of professionals dedicated to optimizing quality of life for their patients.

What more can you ask for when you combine unparalleled natural surroundings with an extraordinary quality of life? The location couldn’t be more ideal, from excellent schools, cultural events, unique shopping and restaurants, to an abundance of outdoor adventures and activities!

Location:

Wyoming

Opportunity:

Galileo is conducting a search for an experienced Quality Management Accreditation Specialist. The primary function of this position is to work with clinicians and administrators to implement clinical system and process improvements that will improve patient outcomes, enhance clinical performance, and produce necessary information to maintain accreditation and CMS performance standards.

Key Responsibilities:

• Participates in the collection and analysis of clinical outcomes data to develop clinical process improvement initiatives
• Identifies and reports trends through monitoring Quality Improvement and develops actions to improve
• Assesses the integrity of Quality data and information across the organization and initiates processes to resolve data issues
• Maintains current knowledge of the DNV-GL, State of Wyoming and CMS standards and assists the unit/organization in maintaining compliance with all applicable standards
• Drives improvements in care quality, & operational efficiency by identifying, planning & facilitating continuous improvement activities together with staff leadership & physicians
• Provides quality & process improvement expertise & facilitates development of standardized approaches to creating performance improvement plans, defining appropriate tools, methodologies and metrics, analyzing & interpreting data, managing change & facilitating improvement teams
• Develops and presents physician and clinical education material and tools on evidence-based practices surrounding quality initiative/project, core measures and public reportable metrics
• Identifies and removes barriers to project success or escalates to leadership when appropriate

Qualifications:

• Bachelor of Science degree in a health-related field required, Master’s degree preferred
• Minimum 5 years of experience in a clinical or administrative role
• Quality management and performance improvement experience required
• Experience in process improvement methodologies required

Facility:

Acute Care Hospital | Nonprofit

About Galileo Search:

Galileo Search, LLC partners with hospitals and healthcare organizations across the United States to identify, recruit and retain the most accomplished professionals and executives in the industry. Our clients include community and critical access hospitals, health systems, academic medical centers and Fortune 500 corporations. To learn more about Galileo Search, LLC, visit our website at: www.galileosearch.com

Are you ready for an exceptional career search experience? Take the first step...

Forward your resume for confidential review or call to discuss this or other available career opportunities. Submit your resume via email for immediate consideration or use our convenient online Galileo Candidate Registry.

Job ID:

Job-027616

Keywords:

Health-care, health care, healthcare, medical, hospital, healthcare system, acute care, quality, quality assurance, core measures, performance improvement, performance measurement, compliance, federal regulations, standards, survey, accreditation, patient safety, procedures, reimbursement, requirements, risk management, case management, The Joint Commission, JCAHO, OSHA, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, CDC, Centers for Disease Control, DOH, Department of Health, CMS, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, DSHS, Department of Social and Health Services, CPHQ, Certified Professional Healthcare Quality, CHRM, CPHRM, Certified Professional Healthcare Risk Management, CCMC, Commission for Case Manager Certification, CCM, Certified Case Manager, Just Culture, RN, Registered Nurse, BSN, Bachelors, MSN, Masters, MPH, OSHA, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, job, jobs, career, careers, employment, relo, relocation, HR, human resources, staff, staffing, recruiter, recruitment, executive search, leader, leadership, management, Wyoming, WY
.