Manager Of Quality And Patient Safety, Penn Medicine Hospice

University Of Pennsylvania Health System Bala Cynwyd , PA 19004

Posted 2 months ago

The Manager of Quality and Patient Safety is responsible for establishing and implementing quality, patient safety and regulatory structures and processes that support high quality and safe patient care. He/she provides leadership related to quality measurement, performance improvement, and regulatory compliance for the home care and hospice agency.

This individual is accountable for the collection, analysis, interpretation, and dissemination of quality and compliance data findings; contributes to the evaluation of quality trends, and provides leadership, management, and facilitation of quality improvement teams. This role is responsible for establishing and supporting systems designed to ensure that patient care is consistent with standards of care and regulatory requirements, assuring that the organization advances the culture, processes and standards to achieve clinical excellence and designing and implementing mechanisms that accurately measure and evaluate patient and clinical outcomes.

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