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Current Job Openings

RN, Accreditation Specialist, Office of Quality, 8a-5p

Atlanta, GA

Emory Healthcare, the only health care system in Georgia with three Magnet®-designated hospitals, has exciting opportunities available in the Office of Quality for Registered Nurse (RN) Accreditation Specialists to provide Operating Unit (OU) direction and oversight for regulatory and accreditation compliance including The Joint Commission (TJC), State and Federal agencies. 

Assists in the development, coordination and implementation of activities to assure compliance with Operating Unit (OU) accreditation and regulatory requirements. 

Supports OU clinical compliance with the TJC, State & Federal regulations. 

Remains current with accreditation and regulatory standards. 

Maintains collaborative relationships between OU departments, units, EHC hospitals, and appropriate regulatory agencies. 

Collaborates with Leadership on recommendations for sustainable processes and system improvements to maintain quality metrics and/or accreditation-related objectives. 

Serves as OU resource for education and training regarding quality improvement, accreditation standards, internal process improvements, and external regulatory requirements. 

Assists OU in maintaining preparedness for accreditation and licensure surveys. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 

Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the state of Georgia. 

BA/BS degree in a clinical discipline (RN) with five (5) years of experience in a clinical healthcare environment. 

Experience in clinical operations and/or experience working in performance improvement, patient safety, risk management or quality management areas in the healthcare environment. 

Knowledge of Quality Improvement methodology, group facilitation, project management, and healthcare regulatory event reporting requirements. 

Previous accreditation/regulatory readiness experience preferred.

Join the only health care system in Georgia with three Magnet®-designated

Nothing compares to an Emory nurse – and, now we have a newly enhanced RN compensation plan that supports this excellence.

From nurse resident to nurse manager (and all our nurses in between), our new pay structure reflects our commitment to the quality, determination and professionalism of our nursing teams.

Req. # 76318 Emory University Hospital
Req. # 79376 Emory University Hospital Midtown

Learn more and apply online at: emoryhealthcare.org/careers 

EEO/AA/Disability/Veteran Employer

Posted 2/19/2018


RN, Quality Management Specialist, 

Emory Healthcare, the only health care system in Georgia with three Magnet®-designated hospitals, has exciting opportunities available in the Office of Quality for Registered Nurses to serve as Quality Management Specialists.   

The Quality Management Specialist supports interventions through interdepartmental collaboration and planning, multi-disciplinary communication and implementation/analysis of new care delivery processes impacting quality metrics. The Registered Nurse (RN) in this role will chart review and data abstraction in support of quality measurement, analysis, and improvement across Emory Healthcare.

 Job responsibilities require detailed/expert knowledge of regulatory requirements/standards which may include core measures, accreditation, registries and other quality metrics. 

Serve as a resource for education and training regarding quality improvement, accreditation standards, internal process improvements and external regulatory requirements.

Assist in achieving goals of high quality, cost effective patient care and services, while demonstrating compliance with Joint Commission, CMS and other regulatory agencies. 

Collaborate with Leadership on recommendations for sustainable processes and system improvements to maintain quality metrics and/or accreditation related objectives. 

Participate in collaborative efforts with the Director by providing complete, accurate and timely feedback on status of compliance and collaboration for improvement of quality metrics and/or accreditation standards. 

Reports unusual or questionable situations to CQO/CMO and/or Leadership. 

Facilitate compliance with quality metrics through collaborative planning, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of new care delivery processes, documentation processes and data. 

Assists the organization in maintaining preparedness for accreditation and licensure surveys. 

Identify specific patient populations requiring Core Measure and registry documentation (ex. HF/AMI/Pneumonia/SCIP, NSQIP, STS, and ACC) utilizing electronic processes and when indicated, concurrent chart reviews. 

Perform daily chart review and documentation of core measures, registry and selected quality indicators. 

Serve as a resource to IS for integration of electronic processes impacting quality metrics/data. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 

Bachelor's in Nursing or other Health related field. 

Minimum five years of experience working in a complex healthcare work environment. 

Current licensure as an RN in the State of Georgia. 

Knowledge of Quality Improvement Methodology, Data Collection and Analysis and Improvement techniques. 

BLS, ACLS, and Healthcare Provider certifications required.

Nothing compares to an Emory nurse – and, now we have a newly enhanced RN compensation plan that supports this excellence.

From nurse resident to nurse manager (and all our nurses in between), our new pay structure reflects our commitment to the quality, determination and professionalism of our nursing teams.

Req # 79119BR at Emory University Hospital
Req # 79455BR at Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital

Learn more and apply online at: emoryhealthcare.org/careers

EEO/AA/Disability/Veteran Employer

Posted 2/19/2018

 
 

 

 

 

Oncology Clinical Data Specialist
 
Find your extraordinary side.
 
Northside Hospital is award winning, state-of-the-art and one of Georgia’s fastest growing healthcare institutions. Our team is recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of the Top 25 Places to Work in the US and ranks number one in Consumer Choice Awards for Most Personalized Care, Highest Patient Safety and for 16+ years --  Most Preferred Hospital in Atlanta for Overall Health Care Needs.
Our accomplishments are a direct result of the dedicated people on our team. We seek like minded, forward thinking professionals who share our vision to delivering nothing less than the best each and every day. Find your extraordinary side at Northside Hospital.
 
The Oncology Clinical Data Specialist is responsible for the abstraction and integrity of data for several databases including, but not limited to, Society of Thoracic Surgery (STS), Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI), Melanoma Clinical Registry, and other topic and/or disease-specific patient registries. This individual will ensure efficient and timely reporting for the oncology patient registries and serve as a resource for oncology program coordinators, administrators, physicians, and other hospital staff members.
 
Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing or health-related field, healthcare informatics, or equivalent experience related to collection and analysis of clinical data. 
Minimum two (2) years’ experience in a healthcare setting with responsibilities including: medical record review, data submission to clinical registries, and quality assurance and improvement. 
Demonstrated experience in evaluating, refining, and improving clinical data collection, analysis, and reporting.
 
In addition to your skills and expertise, Northside Hospital places a high level of importance on service excellence for all. In exchange, we offer extremely competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits:
 
One of the two healthcare organizations in the area that provide an employer-funded pension plan
An excellent 403b retirement plan with employer match
Tuition reimbursement
 
We are also proud to say that for more than 20 years Northside Hospital has never missed an annual merit increase.
Apply today. ONCOLOGY CLIN DATA SPECIALIST, REQ  #62526:
http://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_northsidehospital/alliedhealth/jobDetails.do?functionName=getJobDetail&jobPostId=29416&localeCode=en-us
 
Northside Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, color or national origin in its employment practices.