DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL PRACTICE

US-NJ-CAMDEN
Job ID
37180
Category
Management
Shift
1
Type
Full Time
Department Name
W&C I Admin - 3 Cooper

Short Description

Master of Science in Nursing; or Masters of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies

2 years management experience; 5 years clinical experience in the acute care setting and or outpatient setting

NJ APN license (or NJ license eligible) ; NJ-RN

BLS, ACLS preferred

NJ PA-C license (or NJ license eligible)

Evaluate the quality and effectiveness of clinical practice and organizational systems

 

Working knowledge and understanding of information systems, quality reporting and databases used to measure outcomes.

 

Ability to formulate and operationalize process improvements based on sound data to drive positive outcomes

 

Superior problem solving skills with a high level of personal accountability

 

Working knowledge of TJC requirements, JC Perinatal and Children’s Core Measures, LeapFrog, AHRQ measures, and all public reporting.

 

Advanced interpersonal and leadership skills with the ability to foster consensus and engagement of various individuals or groups.

 

Ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing both at the individual and group level

Special Requirements

Scheduled Days / Hours: Mon-Fri Occas weekends; License (or Certification):NJ-RN Required; Education:MSN Required

 

     This position will serve as a key resource to Executive Leadership. 

     Responsible for, and in collaboration with Cooper University Health Care leadership, the

     clinical competency and quality of care provided by non-physician clinicians including

     independent providers (APPs), nursing staff and medical assistants in clinical practice in

     the ambulatory and acute care setting.

 

     Both directly and in collaboration with other service line leadership. will ensure Institutes

     provide seamless, efficient and cost effective delivery of the highest quality of care across

     the care continuum by developing tools to improve the quality of patient care and serving

    as an agent of change.

 

     Accountable for all quality measures including monitoring data and managing information

     and outcomes as well as for the development and execution of quality and safety   initiatives.

 

Work in collaboration with Ambulatory Operations and Inpatient Operations/Patient Care Services; partners to assure compliance of clinical standards set forth by TJC and CMS in the

ambulatory and inpatient setting.

 

     Develops, coordinates, and instructs education courses relevant to the medical and

     nursing specialties and assumes accountability for ensuring that non

     physician clinical staff  is aligned with the Cooper’s reputation of excellence and is 

     committed to the highest standards of excellence and compassion.

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