This community medical center in the Texas Panhandle is actively interviewing for an Inpatient Director of Risk and Quality Management to lead its already outstanding Acute Care Performance Improvement and Integrated Quality programs. Apply today, and help lead a high-performing healthcare system in its bid for excellence.
At the head of multiple complex programs and projects, the Nursing Director of Risk and Quality will work to improve safety and clinical operations for the patients, the staff, and the entire community. Along with coordinating performance excellence initiatives and analyzing risk data, you will also be helping this healthcare system grow sustainably by providing proof of improvement and protecting the system from external issues.
Reporting to the Chief Nursing Officer, and working in collaboration with the Chief Medical Officer, Chief Nursing Officer, and other administrative staff, the Inpatient Director of Quality Management and Risk will serve as the acute care medical center’s primary Compliance Officer and Chair of the Committee on Safety. A background in evidence-based practices, LEAN methodologies, Six Sigma, and Total Quality Management could be strong tools for you to use.
The Director of Quality will have a crucial part to play in Regulatory functions as well. This person will oversee the Physician Peer Review process, will lead all TJC Accreditation and regulatory surveys, and you will ensure that the most current evidence-based practices are followed by the medical and staff. The Director will get to serve as a champion for Performance Improvement and a subject-matter expert for all thing Integrated Quality.
Whether you’re the type person who appreciates the quiet solitude and breeze of the West Texas winds over the Great Plains, or the type who enjoys the sounds, sights, and smells of city culture, the Director of Quality and Risk Management will find something to love here. With a proud culinary history, many frontier museums, and a bustling tourist industry, you’ll discover moments of awe. A short (or long) trip out of town will yield many miles of hiking and biking trails, boating, and some of the Texas’ most amazing parks.
Join this community hospital, and discover a region that bridges the gap between small town feel and big city flavor. The Quality and Risk Management Inpatient Director will find the peace of mind that comes with a stable position in a stable community hospital system, a generous benefits package, and competitive compensation.