• QI OUTCOMES MANAGER

    Location US-NJ-CAMDEN
    Job ID
    40453
    Category
    Professionals
    Shift
    1
    Type
    Full Time
    Department Name
    DSRIP
  • Short Description

         Responsible for preparing quality reports related to the care of specific patient population

         for hospital clinical departments and for regulatory bodies in collaboration with members of

         the interdisciplinary care team. 


         Produces data reports including: Surgery PI, OB/Gyn PI, Cardio PI, Pneumonia Task Force,

         and other data reports as needed.

     

    Special Requirements

    Scheduled Days / Hours: Monday to Friday

     

    Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) or Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) preferred

     

    5 years recent clinical experience related to the patient population(s) area of specification. 

     

    Prefer experience with performance improvement concepts and/or CORE Measure indicators

     

     

    Current NJ-RN License (Registered Nurse).

     

    Strong analytical skills necessary to develop, implement, and monitor clinical pathways,  guidelines, protocols, best practice standards and to develop an outcomes based reporting system for high-risk diagnoses, patient groups, physicians, and specific care processes.

     

    Must possess effective communication skills, diplomacy and ability to work well with all disciplines

    and levels.

     

    Required to have basic knowledge of quality control procedures and practices within a hospital environment.

     

    Must have knowledge of data collection techniques, performance improvement methods and tools (e.g., Rapid Cycle PDSA, etc).

     

    Must have knowledge and understanding of clinical pathways or guidelines.

     

    Knowledge of accreditation and regulatory requirements and standards is preferred.

     

    Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing, and the ability to work collaboratively     

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