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 Job Title   Posting Date   Organization

Nurse Quality Manager

  2/9/2018   Health Center Partners
 Job Description        

this position will carry out duties that are defined in a three-year HRSA-funded Health Center Controlled Network grant. This position will also work with a team to implement a quality management program for a subset of member health center organizations that are participants in Integrated Health Partners (IHP) clinically integrated network, established in 2015. 1. Participates in development of and provides technical assistance to Health Center Partner member community health centers on the implementation of quality improvement plans/programs. This position will deliver on-site technical assistance to health centers staff at multiple sites throughout San Diego, Imperial and Riverside counties. Recommend standardized systems and develops a plan to implement and monitor systems within and across the member health centers. 2. Effectively communicate the goals and objectives of the Quality Management program to each health centersí staff, the CEO and CMO/Medical Director.



EXPERIENCE/QUALIFICATIONS Requires 5 years of experience as a Registered Nurse, with a minimum of three years of experience in healthcare quality and performance improvement. A bachelorís degree in nursing is required. A Masterís Degree in nursing, informatics, public health or similar is preferred. Licensure: Currently licensed in the State of California as a registered nurse. Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) is desirable. Skills Strong working knowledge of managed care and experience working in a managed care environment is required. Must have experience in Utilization Management, Quality Control or Disease Management in an ambulatory setting.. This position requires strong customer service skills and high level interpersonal, problem solving and analytical skills. This position requires effective communication skills including active listening, engaging presentation skills and the ability to communicate across all levels of the organization.


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3. As part of the Quality Management Committees, standardizes the data collection process by establishing regular data entry procedures, reporting policies and assessment guidelines that will be implemented at each health center. 4. Serves as staff support to Health Center Partnersí Physician Council, a peer group of health center CMO/Medical Directors. Develops agenda in accordance with an annual work plan and with input of Physician Council Chair and the Chief Clinical Officer for the Health Center Partners Family of Companies. This position may be tasked with preparing minutes, scheduling guest speakers, responding to inquiries, and sending out meeting materials. 5. Works closely and seamlessly with Integrated Health Partners staff to ensure IHP quality management objectives are being met. 6. Collaborate with providers and other identified staff at health centers to increase Uniform Data Set (UDS) and HEDIS clinical performance measures


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