Maine Medical Partners has an exciting opening for a Quality Data Coordinator. This position will manage quality improvement initiatives and education for our large Neurosurgery and Spine Practice.
The Neurosurgery and Spine Practice currently has 53 providers and is one of the largest programs in New England. The Practice is in the top 10% for patient surgical outcomes in the Nation. Ideal candidates will have a deep understanding of analytics and excellent project management skills.
The ability to effectively work with all levels of the patient care team, multi-task and be highly organized is a must. A RN degree is required. The position is based with the practice at our Scarborough, Maine location.
Position Summary The quality data coordinator is responsible for gathering and evaluating clinical data from the practice; and monitoring and managing core measures and other quality improvement care processes, interprets performance and shares outcomes with Medical Staff, Patient Care Services staff and leaders to promote compliance with outcome expectations. Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Bachelor#s degree in Nursing. Three years of experience in systems and performance improvement including data collection, interpretation, and evaluation, and in using process improvement measurement techniques.
Ability to work independently, but also work with a diverse team and have excellent team building skills. Ability to read and interpret medical record data for chart audits or abstractions. Maintain a high degree of discretion, professionalism and confidentiality of sensitive information following all federal HIPAA regulations and local privacy controls.
Intermediate computer skills (including Microsoft Office and Epic EMR). Ability and willingness to self-motivate, prioritize and be willing to change processes to improve effectiveness and efficiency. Adapts to changing organizational priorities. Excellent organizational skills and demonstrated experience with program/project management.
Knowledge of healthcare quality measurement programs (local, state, national). Strong analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills. Excellent writing and oral communication skills; ability to write papers, reports, and proposals for a variety of audiences. #
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