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TRAUMA QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT COORDINATOR - RN - FT - DAY SHIFT - Hybrid Schedule

City:  Montgomery
State:  OH
Job Requisition Number:  271290

TRAUMA QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT COORDINATOR:

Trauma Quality and Performance Improvement Coordinator is responsible for coordinating, managing and developing the Trauma Program Performance Improvement Program and developing and implementing mechanisms to incorporate outcome findings into standards of practice. The TQPIC performs quality assessments and performance improvement reviews for the Trauma Program and other committees consistent with approved performance improvement plans and in accordance with the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Trauma Center verification criteria. Utilizes data from the Trauma Registry and Trauma Quality Improvement Program (TQIP) to drive PI projects and evidence-based practice change. The TQPIC is responsible for providing information to the Trauma Medical Director, Trauma Program Manager, and other quality improvement teams and committees for concurrent and retrospective quality assessment and improvement reviews. In collaboration with the Trauma Registrar the TQPIC identifies, abstracts, enters and codes pertinent data from trauma patient records using the EPIC and TraumaBase programs. The TQPIC will demonstrate knowledge and ability in trauma registry methodology, case abstraction, data entry, coding and simple ad hoc reporting. He/She will assist the Trauma Program with data collection and data entry, including chart abstraction and analysis of trends using statistical quality tools in order that performance opportunities and improvements can be identified and implemented to improve patient outcomes. The TQPIC may be responsible for participating on quality improvement teams by managing clinical data and employing evidence-based solutions. Manages the development and maintenance of all Trauma department policies and procedures The TQPIC is also responsible for primary review of all identified trauma patients and follow up for improvement opportunities. The TQPIC analyzes, prepares and presents data for the monthly Trauma Performance Improvement and Patient Safety (TPIPS) Meetings. Performs other duties as required

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION: Bachelor's Degree Nursing Must be current in TNCCCertified Emergency Nurse Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification (ACLS) BLSRegistered Nurse

EXPERIENCE: 3-4 years Clinical Nursing Minimum 3 years of clinical nursing experience with demonstrated expertise in trauma care

SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE: Demonstreates knowledge of performance improvememt, organizational behavior, HIPPA Compliance and problem solving.

The position will be eligible to work a hybrid work schedule upon successful completion of training.


Nearest Major Market: Cincinnati

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