(RN) QUALITY MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
The Quality Management Specialist will assure quality patient care standards are met throughout the organization. The Quality Management Specialist will identify those instances in which there is a breach on those standards requiring system or policy changes.
- Continually assess personnel and process performance trends and data. Compare this data against current practices, collect additional information, formulate a plan and provide valuable feedback and improvement recommendations.
- Oversee and promote compliance with state, federal and any other required standards.
- Design and execute training programs designed to enhance health care professionals’ knowledge of risk management and quality improvement.
- Prepare formal responses, quality assessments and risk management reports for hospital administration, regulatory agencies and other official parties.
- Participate in departmental, agency or hospital risk, safety, quality, and committee meetings.
- Collaborate and communicate with managers to ensure that problems are identified, documented and resolved. Assist with training key staff members responsible for safety and quality.
- RN graduate of an accredited school of nursing
- Current California RN license
- Minimum three years’ experience of clinical nursing in a medical setting
- At least 2 years’ experience in Quality Management in an outpatient or ambulatory setting
- At least 2 years of managed care experience
- Knowledge of Title XXII, NCQA, AAAHC requirements and standards, CDC and infection control standards, building codes, fire department safety standards, OSHA requirements
- Must possess excellent teaching skills including presentation
- Experience with HMOs, managed care, and health plans highly recommended
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NurseCore provides services through its local offices in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, New York, and Texas. NurseCore currently has 24 offices in seven states, each operated by experienced managers who live in the community they serve. Local decisions mean quick, flexible adaptability to employees' and clients' individual needs.
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Based in Arlington, Texas, NurseCore is committed to exceeding the expectations of its customers, clients and employees through ethical and professional conduct, the provision of compassionate quality healing services, and leadership in the medical staffing and home care services industry.
Since its founding more than 30 years ago, NurseCore has long stayed true to the same values and commitment to service held by its founder, Larry M. Carr, a leader in the healthcare staffing field. Mr. Carr’s legacy continues on today thanks to the combined 100+ years of experience between NurseCore President and CEO, Deborah Lollar, and the rest of the NurseCore management team.
Currently, NurseCore's roster of over 6,000 staff includes nurses and other healthcare professionals with an average of seven-and-one-half years of experience in the industry. NurseCore offices maintain State Licensure, Medicare and Medicaid certifications, as applicable, and also exceed Joint Commission of Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) standards.