Coordinates assigned Quality/Patient Safety program to facilitate the program initiatives to ensure effective and timely patient care.
Facilitates the development, implementation, and ongoing adherence of Quality/Patient Safety program protocols. Metrics, and initiatives.
Collaborates with medical and hospital staff to provide evidenced based practice.
Provides education and clinical expertise to care team, patients, and families
Collects and analyzes program data to assist with documentation, coding, clinical care and improved outcomes.
Demonstrates ability to be flexible and organized.
Assists with facilitation and implementation of special projects.
Evaluates and documents program performance.
Adheres to and displays core values
Tells the truth with compassion
Is seen as a direct, truthful individual
Integrity and Trustworthiness:
Fosters a positive culture of integrity, fairness, openness, and respect
Makes sure that their business unit “does the right thing” for patients, employees, physicians, community members, vendors, etc
Puts the needs of the organization before their own personal desires
Follows through on commitments
Acknowledges when they or their business unit has fallen short; ensures that mistakes are both rectified and used for learning
Keeps confidences professionally and appropriately
Demonstrates consistency between words and actions
Creates an environment where people with differences want to work
Creates an environment where people have a purpose and sense of belonging
Gets better results by achieving synergies from people’s differences
Reaches across the organization to problem solve
Recruits and promotes a diverse group of people
Genuinely cares about people
Is concerned about other’s work and non-work problems
Is available and ready to help
Is sympathetic to the plight of others not as fortunate
Demonstrates real empathy with the joys and pains of others
Legal and Ethical Compliance:
Demonstrates working knowledge and understanding of industry compliance requirements
Holds self and others accountable for compliance
Promotes a culture of compliance through action
Ensures that the facility operates ethically, as well as federal, state, and local regulations
Graduate Accredited School of Nursing;Associates Degree for accredited college in a healthcare field; Bachelor’sDegree and Master’s Degree strongly preferred.
Minimum Work Experience:
A minimum of 5 years acute care hospitalexperience.
Professional license/registration as required bySouth Carolina for health professionals.
Requires critical thinking skills, decisivejudgement, and the ability to work with minimal supervision. Must beable to work in a stressful environment and take appropriateaction. Service excellence and good interpersonal skills, ability toread/comprehend written instructions, ability to follow verbal instructions, PCskills, Proficient in Microsoft Office.
Equal opportunity and affirmative action employers and are looking for diversity in candidates for employment: Minority/Female/Disabled/Protected Veteran
"LifePoint Health" is a trade name used to refer to an organization of affiliated entities that own and operate hospitals and other healthcare providers in more than 70 communities. LifePoint Health, Inc. is a holding company only. It does not own or operate hospitals or healthcare providers and does not have any employees. When terms such as "LifePoint" or "LifePoint Health" or "we" or "us" are used herein, they refer to LifePoint Health, Inc. and its operating affiliates and subsidiaries. When terms such as "hospital" or "provider" or "facility" are used herein, they refer to the hospitals or other healthcare providers that are wholly owned and operated by subsidiaries and/or affiliates of LifePoint Health, Inc. Finally, when terms such as "LifePoint employees" or "our employees" are used herein, they refer to individuals employed by subsidiaries and/or affiliates of LifePoint Health, Inc.