Primary responsibilities include serving as a Project Manager for quality and performance improvement (PI) programs and strategic initiatives designed to improve the quality of service, care and efficiency delivered in clinical practices in the Organizational Advancement department. This role will serve a critical role as a liaison between performance improvement and other groups in the Network and help to coordinate and support strategic improvement programs and projects. Additional responsibilities will include managing and supporting various value-based care projects, research and analysis, preparing deliverables, meeting coordination, and administrative tasks as necessary.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Proactively manage projects by using critical project management thinking skills- including but not limited to establishing scope of work and project plan, facilitating collaboration and communication between sub groups, managing timelines for project tasks, including mitigation of risks as necessary, reporting, ensuring goals are tracked and met, and effectively coordinating activities with project team.
Complete projects independently or with appropriate staff.
Generate clinical reports and dashboards for management decision-making.
Research complex business questions and data issues to support various quality improvement and population health programs and present findings or analyses clearly and concisely to appropriate parties.
Assist with the identification, retrieval, manipulation, and analysis of data necessary to make decisions to support strategic initiatives and ongoing program management activities.
Support Facilitators, Managers, and Directors in Department on projects to improve processes and performance in CSMN.
Assist management and executive staff with other special projects and functions as necessary.
Coordinate meetings between CSMN management team and physicians and staff.
Take meeting notes and prepare materials for meetings.
Perform normative administrative duties efficiently such as printing, faxing, scanning, and compiling documents.
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