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Holy Name Medical Center
Holy Name Medical Center is a fully accredited, not-for-profit healthcare facility based in Teaneck, NJ, with off-site locations throughout Bergen, Hudson and Passaic counties. Founded and sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace in 1925, our comprehensive 361-bed Medical Center offers leading-edge clinical practice and late-generation technology in an environment rooted in a tradition of compassion and respect for every patient. Holy Name provides high quality health care across a continuum that encompasses education, prevention, early intervention, treatment, rehabilitation and wellness maintenance—from pre-conception through end-of-life. Holy Name is Magnet recognized, has achieved “Top Performer” status from The Joint Commission, and is ranked among the best hospitals in the nation for patient care, clinical performance and workplace excellence. We are known for our friendly, family atmosphere, where everyone on staff enjoys a sense of belonging to a dynamic and caring community. We emphasize accountability, and empower our employees to take ownership of their work, to give feedback and to offer input into our processes. Beyond competitive salaries and benefits, we offer a rich variety of services and activities designed to enhance our employees’ quality of life. We recognize outstanding performance and express our gratitude in many ways, affording opportunities for professional growth, and through rewards and recognition. There are more than 3,000 people on our team … Will you be the next to join?
The principal role of the Manager of Quality is to lead and develop a comprehensive and unified program that implements the organization’s vision of excellence in clinical quality outcomes and patient safety, driven within a progressive, value-based care delivery model. In collaboration with leadership, the Manager of Quality will establish a system structure that supports the organization through quality and patient safety consultation and guidance; data analytics and analysis; quality and patient safety program oversight; and, develop and champion quality and patient safety strategic initiatives.
The Manager of Quality will work closely with the Executive Team, service line directors, and physician and nursing leadership. S/he will champion communication and transparency, teamwork, and a culture of continuous learning.
- Minimum of 3 years of experience in Quality Management or closely related field
- CPHQ certification required
- Patient Safety knowledge and experience
- Extensive experience and proven track record with patient initiatives and change management; Demonstrable leadership role and achievement in a complex healthcare delivery system
- Knowledge and experience of quality infrastructure is needed, including how to develop and implement decision tools, protocols, and guidelines, and outcome measurement assessments
- Black belt preferred
- Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or related clinical field required
- Master’s degree in Business Administration in Health Services Management or related health field preferred
Instructions for Resume Submission:
Please submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com
The Renfrew Center of Philadelphia
The Renfrew Center has been a pioneer in the treatment of eating disorders since 1985. As the nation’s first residential eating disorder facility, now with 19 locations throughout the country, Renfrew has helped more than 75,000 women and adolescent girls with eating disorders and other behavioral health issues.
- Maintains current comprehensive familiarity with applicable state and local standards and regulations in all
states and regions where The Renfrew Center has sites.
- Coordinates and monitors all survey and accreditation activities (Joint Commission, DHS, etc.) including survey application, FSA, and follow-up as necessary and required. Leads and assists in staff education and document preparation for surveys.
- Responsible for maintaining and updating corporate policies.
- Identifies opportunities for performance improvement; directs, gathers data, organizes and tracks ongoing performance improvement projects for all sites and departments.
- Responds to Quality of Care Concerns that may arise.
- Ensures the organization remains HIPAA compliant.
- Assists with licensure of new sites.
- Oversees the Environment of Care Committee.
- Prepares Risk reports and QM/PI Summary for Executive Team.
Education, Competencies and Credentials:
- Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
- Five years’ Quality Management experience in a Healthcare or Behavioral Healthcare setting.
Health and Welfare Snapshot:
- Medical/RX and Vision
- Generous Paid Time Off (PTO)
- 401K Plan with Employer Match
- Voluntary Short-Term Disability
- Employer Paid Long-Term Disability
- Employer Paid Group Life and AD&D
Instructions for Resume Submission:
Qualified and interested candidates should send their resume/CV to James King, Manger, Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org
Morristown Medical Center
Special Projects Coordinator, Quality and Patient Safety Dept, MMC
- Assists with the coordination of hospital performance improvement activities Facilitates and assists with performance improvement projects for teams and departments, Provides education and guidance to teams and departments regarding performance improvement techniques and assists with application.
- Assists with data collection and presentation for teams and departments. Utilizes computer programs and databases to support performance improvement projects, teams and departments.
- Conducts audits and chart reviews for organizations or projects as indicated. Assists the Managers and Director of Quality and Patient Safety in ensuring compliance with standards related to quality for TJC, NJDHSS, NDNQI, CMS and other agencies.
- Actively supports and facilitates initiatives to improve patient safety, ldentifies potential patient safety risks and coordinates related improvement activities.
- Performs audits and medical record reviews. Collects, analyzes and reports on data collected from audits and chart reviews to appropriate committees, individuals or regulatory bodies in a timely manner.
- Reviews, aggregates, displays and analyzes data and reports submitted by departments and teams.
- Assists with coordination of TJC compliance activities. Participates as a member of the TJC Steering Committee and assists with Survey Readiness.
- Attends and particípates in other committees and meetings at the hospital and at AHS as requested.
- Participates in Shared Governance Councils providing guidance and instruction on Pl techniques
- 3-5 years clinical background with knowledge or experience in multiple clinical areas in an acute care setting;
- Experience with Joint Commission accreditation preparation and survey process preferred;
- Experience with performance improvement techniques, particularly data collection
- Experience managing and leading teams
- Proficient in all applications of Microsoft Office
Current NJ State RN license Preferred
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing or Health Related Science Preferred
Instructions for Resume Submission:
Please apply online through the Atlantic Health System’s jobsite.