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Director of Quality

Catholic Health Initiatives

This is a Contract position in Angelina County, TX posted June 12, 2019.

Position Summary:Responsible for the system support of quality management systems.

Collaborates with multi-disciplinary teams, major system departments and leadership to create efficient, reliable and cost effective processes which support the provision of patient care.

Performs analytical and project management to support the regulatory/accreditation and patient safety processes to assess measure and report ongoing compliance with regulatory standards and evidence-based safety practices.

The position Works collaboratively with the corporate and hospital departments that have direct or related responsibility for these Functions.Position Responsibilities:Collaborates with major stakeholders at the system and hospital level to create efficient, reliable and cost effective processes which support the provision of patient care.Establishes and Maintains a standardized and ongoing program for regulatory readiness that promotes continual improvement in compliance related to CMS Conditions of Participation, State Hospital Licensing Rules and accreditation programs for CMS deemed status Establishes and Supports system governance structure and provide oversight of system and hospital policy and procedures to meet changing regulatory and accreditation needs Collaborates with stakeholders in the patient safety program, medical staff quality and other areas , Coordinates related Functions Establish and standardize processes for hospital survey readiness including a) preparation; b) audits, tools and evaluation of compliance, i.e., audit/survey programs, database of standards evidence/scoring Supports hospital level leadership in hospital regulatory and accreditation surveys Develops program and revisions to meet system needsMinimum Qualifications:Education Level
· Bachelor’s Degree in related discipline
· Master’s Degree strongly preferred Licensure/Certification
· Registered Nurse in the state of Texas
· CPHQ certification
· Six Sigma and/or Change Management certification/trainingKnowledge/Skills
· Clinical healthcare experience Demonstrated knowledge of hospital regulatory/accreditation requirements and national patient safety improvement efforts
· Able to synthesize large amounts of information (standards, clinical and legal) into pragmatic applications for the organization.

· Facilitation skills, computer proficient in Word, Powerpoint and ExcelExperience
· Five years of management oversite of quality management services within a hospital.
· Clinical background with acute care experience preferred.

Additional Information Requisition ID: 2019-R0226529Schedule: Full-timeShift: Day JobMarket: CHI Memorial