Vice President of Quality Management
Southern CA area

Seeking a talented and qualified individual for a Vice President of Quality Management in the Southern CA area. The ideal candidate will possess 5+ years of current experience working in an acute care hospital and 3+ years of experience working in a Quality Management Unit in a leadership role.

Responsibilities of the Vice President of Quality Management
  • Responsible for developing, implementing, and managing the operations of the Education, Medical Staff support services
  • Performance Improvement & Patient Safety Programs
  • Accountable for management of interdisciplinary performance improvement projects in consultation with staff, management, and Medical Staff, as chartered by the Quality and Safety Committee
  • Formulates strategies for improvement of quality and safety and monitors outcomes
  • Responsible for the timely acquisition, coordination, and statistical validation of all quality and safety data
  • Responsible for responding to data requests, both internal and external, while appropriately maintaining the proper security of the quality and safety database
  • Provides guidance and facilitates integration and communication of proactive safety plan to reduce risk within the organization.
  • Works closely with the hospital and Medical Staff, and communicates to the Quality and Safety Committee, Medical Executive Committee, and Board of Directors.
  • Oversees the Infection surveillance and prevention with the Infection Control Practitioner
Requirements of the Vice President of Quality Management
  • Bachelors Degree or equivalent
  • Master’s Degree and CPHQ Certification preferred
  • Registered Nurse License in California (Must be an RN)
  • 3-5 years of experience in quality management
  • 3-5 years of experience in Hospital management dealing with both internal and external customers, medical staff, and patients/families
  • Able to conceptualize and act in terms of total systems in health care
  • Comprehensive (wide base) knowledge of patient care and hospital systems
  • Able to act as a change agent from a systems perspective to facilitate change
  • Demonstrated analytical and financial skills to measure current processes and outcomes of the quality improvement process
  • Able to provide information-laden reports to a variety of audiences in a succinct and timely manner
State
CA
City
Riverside
Date Posted
10/16/2020
Job Type
Permanent