Director Clinical Compliance/Quality Assurance - OQE Performance Improvement
Company: UNC Health Care
Location: Chapel Hill
Posted on: August 1, 2022
Description Become part of an inclusive organization with over
40,000 diverse employees, whose mission is to improve the health
and well-being of the unique communities we serve.Summary:
Responsible for overseeing and directing the management of
measurement validity, data accuracy, patient safety, clinical best
practices, regulatory initiatives, and data submissions. Leads
efforts to promote cost savings with government incentives for
pay-for-reporting funds at risk by proactively identifying areas
for improvement, managing regulatory initiatives, quarterly CMS
validations and projects, utilizing appropriate tools and
techniques, analyzing and reporting key metrics, and communicating
continuous improvement activities. Oversees training team members
to accomplish the same. Promotes a culture of continuous
improvement and adherence to regulatory and best practice
1. Develops continuous improvement strategies by translating
business objectives into actionable projects. Communicates and
exemplifies the company s continuous improvement philosophy, vision
and expectations. Shares continuous improvement and regulatory best
practices throughout the organization. Acts as a Continuous
Improvement business partner to all departments and levels,
challenging processes, proposing ideas and driving change. Acts as
a change agent around continuous improvement opportunities, best
practices, and regulatory initiatives. Develops employee training
and development on regulatory concepts and best practice
initiatives. Develops a regulatory and best practice culture
throughout the location. Prepares regulatory savings budget and
coordinates/executes actions to reach targets. Identifies quality
improvement opportunities. Looks for opportunities to maximize
efficiency and reduce waste. Designs and leads projects to
implement continuous improvement actions and achieve future state.
Tracks and executes cost reduction on process improvements and
regulatory compliance. Leads organizational efforts in staying
current with all pay for reporting programs, government regulations
and improvement initiatives.
2. Leading Change - Leads people toward meeting the organization's
vision, mission, and goals. Ensures that departmental goals match
those of the organization and that resources are allocated to meet
priorities. Provides an inclusive workplace that fosters the
professional development of others, and facilitates cooperation and
teamwork. Establishes an environment that creates incentives for,
and eliminates barriers to, a team environment. Articulates common
goals and communicates how individual roles contribute to team
3. Leading People - Proactively assesses the need for change and
obtains resources to implement change initiatives. Communicates
effectively and appropriately. Delegates responsibility, clarifies
expectations, and holds others accountable for achieving results
related to their area of responsibility, including all performance
standards and expectations. Provides ongoing feedback and support.
Treats everyone in a manner that demonstrates fairness and
consistency. Serves as a role model by demonstrating commitment to
innovation and continuous improvement in organizational
performance. Recruits and reviews staff in the inpatient Hospital
Quality Reporting, National Surgical Quality Improvement Program
(NSQIP) and Cancer Registry programs.
4. Results Driven - Exceeds departmental and organizational goals
and customer expectations. Makes decisions that produce
high-quality results by applying knowledge, analyzing problems, and
calculating risks. Understands the overall financial performance of
the organization and applies financial concepts and practices to
establish and maintain realistic budgets. Uses financial
information to monitor overall financial status of operations.
Responsible for inpatient Hospital Quality Reporting abstraction
and submission to The Joint Commission and CMS, National Surgical
Quality Improvement Program (NSQIP) abstraction and submission and
Cancer Registry abstraction and submission.
Bachelor s degree in an appropriate discipline.
No licensure or certification required.
Professional Experience Requirements:
Five (5) years of management experience in related field.
Job Details Legal Employer: STATEEntity: UNC Medical Center
Organization Unit: OQE Performance Improvement Work Type: Full
Standard Hours Per Week: 40.00Work Schedule: Day JobLocation of
Job: US:NC:Chapel HillExempt From Overtime: Exempt: Yes
Keywords: UNC Health Care, Chapel Hill , Director Clinical Compliance/Quality Assurance - OQE Performance Improvement, Executive , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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