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Performance Improvement Coord in Munster, IN at Community Healthcare System

Date Posted: 11/8/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Part-time (Benefit Eligible) · Days · .8 FTE/64 hrs per 2 weeks; Days· 64
  • Location:
    Munster, IN
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    1 to 2 years
  • Date Posted:
    11/8/2018
  • Job ID:
    22275

Job Description

Job ID:  22275

Category:    Nursing Services

Facility:    Community Hospital • Quality Assurance

Schedule:    Part-time (Benefit Eligible) • Days • .8 FTE/64 hrs per 2 weeks; Days • 64

Location:  Munster,  IN

  • Associates Degree Required

  • RN Required


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    POSITION PURPOSE AND SUMMARY:
     
    Under the direction of the Director, Quality/Risk Mangement, the PI Coordinator supports the design, monitoring, analysis and improvement of patient care and organizational functions. Participates in the development and implementation of the Hospital's Performance Improvement Program. Identifies the need for and conducts performance improvement studies. Perpares and presents related data and reports to medical staff clinical departments and services.
     
    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:
     
    •       Level of knowledge equivalent to that ordinarily acquired through two (2) years of training from an accredited college, preferably a registered nurse, a registered health information tech (RHIT) or registered health information administrator (RHIA) in order to acquire a thorough knowledge of performance improvement techniques and standards, develop a knowledge of the medical review process and techniques and learns data retrieval and reporting skills.
    •       Minimum experience level required is one to two years as a RN, RHIT or RHIA.
    •       Specific skills required for the position are as follows: Microsoft Office, Midas and other system-wide computer data-based software applications, presentation skills to assist in on-line case review during Medical Staff Peer Review activities and written communication skills to be able to communicate the peer review committee's interventions. Analytical ability to participate in the development of policies and procedures, conduct clinical case review activities, develop methods and techniques of deficiency resolution and review medical records data.
     
    Internal posting period:  3/27/18 - 4/2/18 

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