Director, Quality & Outcomes job, Houston, Texas

JOB SUMMARY

Responsible for leadership and strategic direction, oversight, and coordination of the departments and functions of: Utilization Management, Quality Management to include Clinical Outcomes, Risk Management, Infection Control, Accreditation, Social Services and Service Quality to include Patient Satisfaction and Clinical Support. Regularly collaborates with Medical Staff, Hospital Leadership, and outside agents to collect and analyze hospital data, implement strategies and manage outcomes to provide cost effective, quality safe healthcare delivery. Communicates effectively with all levels of staff, physicians, and external groups including regulators, payors, and accrediting bodies.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Master’s Degree in health related field required. Valid Texas nursing license.

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
Five years hospital or health care related experience with a minimum of three years management. Experience in leading hospital or system DNV activities required. Must be able to demonstrate skills related to statistical and systems analysis.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED
Current Texas licensure or certification in specialty area of practice highly recommended. CPHQ preferred.

SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
Ability to flex schedule to meet needs of the role. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Computer proficiency. Ability to effectively interact professionally with all levels of personnel, management and physicians.

SKILLS AND CERTIFICATIONS [note: bold skills and certification are required]
Innovation
CPHQ
TX RN License (Will accept compact Nurse license

To express interest in this job opportunity, contact

Tina Roberts, President
JONATHAN CHASE EXECUTIVE SEARCH
588 Sutter Street, Suite 349
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 770-1200

(415) 684-2526
tinaroberts@contactjc.com

 

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