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Posting expires on 06/14/2019
Employer: HEMACS INC.
Located in: Florida
Degree Required: Bachelors
Will be responsible for designing, implementing and managing the organization’s quality, patient safety, and high-reliability programming that will be fully responsive to the designing and development of programs that fully respond to the ongoing changes in regulatory requirements, and meet the demands of Healthcare Reform, Value Based Purchasing and other payment programs. Responsible for fostering innovation and excellence in nursing and assuring facility framework and essential clinical and process domains are hardwired into the organization through coordination, education and consultation with Leadership. Responsible for coordination and facilitation of nursing quality and related projects. Bachelor’s degree in nursing or other healthcare-related clinical field, or other hospital/healthcare management or quality/safety related field. Knowledge of regulatory requirements and experience providing over site. Minimum of five years of experience leading a hospital quality/patient safety program. Demonstrated quality program leadership experience; knowledge of management principles, problem solving methodologies and analytical techniques. Excellent interpersonal, communication, organizational and problem solving skills. Critical thinking skills, flexibility and the ability to design innovative solutions in a fast paced environment. Salary DOE plus good benefits. . Send resume in Word format to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Arthur R Smith at 13-484-8991 JTA13919-SS
Posted on 05/13/2019
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