Quality Improvement Coordinator - Quality ManagementSan Diego, California
The Quality Improvement Coordinator (QIC), functions as a subject matter expert and resource to staff and facilitates the achievement of departmental and organizational goals in the area of quality management, patient safety, and accreditation/regulatory compliance through developing effective working relationships and partnering with leadership in assigned areas.
The QIC, working both independently and as a team member, organizes and monitors the quality and performance improvement activities for assigned clinical, support and/or administrative services to assure that these are in concert with both the mission and RCHSD patient safety/quality improvement plans. Responsibilities include: assisting with the identification, documentation, and prioritization of all problems and issues affecting the delivery of patient care; data collection, analysis, and monitoring; review of evidenced based literature/benchmarks, establishment of indicators for monitoring, performance monitoring, improvement, and assessment; providing project management and facilitation, providing or arranging staff education and committee support.
3 years of experience
BLS for Healthcare Providers, issued by AHA
California RN License
Ability to function independently and as a member of a cohesive team
Ability to build relationships and collaborate in the achievement of mutual goals
Clear and effective communication skills
Understanding of process improvement principles
Ability to perform as a quality resource representative to medical staff committees as well as interdisciplinary teams
Ability to recognize the need to be flexible in work schedules and coverage of any geographical area of the organization
Ability to prioritize workload
Ability to utilize critical thinking skills, apply sound principles of decision making and problem solving processes
Analytical skills necessary in order to develop and implement plans and evaluate effectiveness
Ability to multi-task and pay close attention to details and resolve problems
Knowledge and understanding of regulatory and accreditation agency standards
5 years of experience
The expected hiring range for this position is $43.57 to $59.91
Rady Children’s Hospital is committed to compensation that is externally competitive and internally equitable. We demonstrate this commitment by conducting regular market reviews to remain competitive with organizations of similar size in the nonprofit, healthcare sector. The range listed above does not represent the full salary range for the position but is the expected hiring range for qualified candidates. Compensation decisions consider a variety of factors including experience, education, licensure, unique skillsets, organizational need, and internal equity.