Coordinator - Clinical System

University Of Tennessee Medical Center Knoxville , TN 37902

Posted 2 months ago

Position Summary:

Serves as a resource on performance improvement for PCS staff. Provides ongoing education for PCS leadership related to TJC, state and federal quality requirements. Coordinates and facilitates activities of Shared Governance Councils. Serves as Executive Sponsor for shared governance councils as needed. Facilitates nursing peer review. Facilitates nursing policy review. Provides leadership in communicating information to nursing staff. Provides input for safety initiatives.

  • Responsible for maintaining/updating/communicating all nursing policies across the enterprise and ensuring they reflect best available evidence/standards

  • Leading nursing Peer Review program

  • Coordinating, vetting, and communicating relevant and often time sensitive clinical practice, quality and safety, and performance improvement information to nurses organization wide

  • Serves as an important point of contact for all accreditation-related department needs

  • Collects, analyzes, interprets and communicates data and provides reports/support throughout nursing

Position Qualification:

Master's degree (M.A.) or equivalent; or four to ten years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience

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