Company Info

Virginia Commonwealth University Health System
1250 East Marshall Street
Richmond, VA, United States

Phone: 866-289-5374
Web Site: www.VCUHS.jobs

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Surgery Clin Reviewer


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Job ID:

237299

Location:

VA, United States 
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Job Views:

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Posted:

11.08.2018
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Job Description:

VCU Health System's Performance Improvement department is searching for a full time Surgical Clinical Reviewer. The Surgical Clinical Reviewer coordinates, collects and submits reliable and accurate clinical data to the American College of Surgeon's National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (NSQIP), through high-quality, complex clinical data interpretation, abstraction and data validation. Obtains data via standard and custom reports, analyzes and interprets data, identifies opportunities for improvement and coordinates improvement activities in collaboration with surgeon champions.

Responsibilities:

Communicate effectively which includes verbal, nonverbal, as well as listening skills.

Facilitates groups and teams effectively and promotes the VCU Health System performance improvement processes, utilizing proven PI tools and methods.

Designs and completes data analysis methodology accurately.

Consistently functions as a role model and maintain positive interactions with all customers, colleagues, supervisors, and team members.

Ability to interact effectively with all members of surgical team and administrative staff in a professional and courteous manner.

Ability to build relationships and gain alignment for clinical support and be able to articulate questions to receive an appropriate level of support from superiors and peers.

Verbalizes knowledge of local, federal and state laws and regulations as well as TJC standards related to their position's chief objective.

Interprets data, standards and regulations.

Actively engages in professional activities.

Manages people and tasks.

Provides effective written documents, and

Problem solves using critical thinking and decision making skills.

Create project timelines, identify milestones and track project progress.

Qualifications:

Required

Bachelor's Degree in nursing or other healthcare related field

Current license in the Commonwealth of Virginia

Ability to complete all NSQIP training modules and to pass the initial certification and annual recertification examinations is required for continued employment.

Minimum of three (2) years of work experience in the healthcare environment.

Minimum one (1) year experience working in a surgical department in hospital, clinic, clinical research or similar.

Clinical chart review and data abstraction experience; experience working with data.

Experience making presentations to clinical audiences.

Previous experience using computers and software applications to include electronic medical records, the Internet, e-mail, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel – required; Access and Powerpoint - preferred), statistics and graphics.

Preferred

Master's degree in health related field

Course work in statistics, in quality improvement, such as quality methodologies/tools (e.g., Lean, Six Sigma, PDSA), data analysis, patient safety, quality engineering, and/or project management.

Fellowship in Healthcare Quality or Patient Safety

Experience as Surgical Clinical Reviewer for NSQIP, strongly preferred.

Pediatric clinical experience preferred, if there is not another pediatric experienced member of NSQIP team.

Experience in quality/performance improvement and/or patient safety.

Database and/or registry management experience.

Statistical knowledge and experience preferred.

Experience abstracting complex clinical data for clinical data registry, other than NSQIP.

Experience independently managing and facilitating improvement projects and interdisciplinary teams with all levels of staff including executives and physicians in a healthcare environment;

Experience with performance improvement and process improvement tools and methods, including proven track record of data-driven clinical improvement successes.

Project management experience.

Process improvement experience.



Company Info


Virginia Commonwealth University Health System
1250 East Marshall Street
Richmond, VA, United States
Phone: 866-289-5374
Web Site: www.VCUHS.jobs

Surgery Clin Reviewer

col-narrow-left   

Job ID:

237299

Location:

VA, United States 
col-narrow-right   

Job Views:

20

Posted:

11.08.2018
col-wide   

Job Description:

VCU Health System's Performance Improvement department is searching for a full time Surgical Clinical Reviewer. The Surgical Clinical Reviewer coordinates, collects and submits reliable and accurate clinical data to the American College of Surgeon's National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (NSQIP), through high-quality, complex clinical data interpretation, abstraction and data validation. Obtains data via standard and custom reports, analyzes and interprets data, identifies opportunities for improvement and coordinates improvement activities in collaboration with surgeon champions.

Responsibilities:

Communicate effectively which includes verbal, nonverbal, as well as listening skills.

Facilitates groups and teams effectively and promotes the VCU Health System performance improvement processes, utilizing proven PI tools and methods.

Designs and completes data analysis methodology accurately.

Consistently functions as a role model and maintain positive interactions with all customers, colleagues, supervisors, and team members.

Ability to interact effectively with all members of surgical team and administrative staff in a professional and courteous manner.

Ability to build relationships and gain alignment for clinical support and be able to articulate questions to receive an appropriate level of support from superiors and peers.

Verbalizes knowledge of local, federal and state laws and regulations as well as TJC standards related to their position's chief objective.

Interprets data, standards and regulations.

Actively engages in professional activities.

Manages people and tasks.

Provides effective written documents, and

Problem solves using critical thinking and decision making skills.

Create project timelines, identify milestones and track project progress.

Qualifications:

Required

Bachelor's Degree in nursing or other healthcare related field

Current license in the Commonwealth of Virginia

Ability to complete all NSQIP training modules and to pass the initial certification and annual recertification examinations is required for continued employment.

Minimum of three (2) years of work experience in the healthcare environment.

Minimum one (1) year experience working in a surgical department in hospital, clinic, clinical research or similar.

Clinical chart review and data abstraction experience; experience working with data.

Experience making presentations to clinical audiences.

Previous experience using computers and software applications to include electronic medical records, the Internet, e-mail, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel – required; Access and Powerpoint - preferred), statistics and graphics.

Preferred

Master's degree in health related field

Course work in statistics, in quality improvement, such as quality methodologies/tools (e.g., Lean, Six Sigma, PDSA), data analysis, patient safety, quality engineering, and/or project management.

Fellowship in Healthcare Quality or Patient Safety

Experience as Surgical Clinical Reviewer for NSQIP, strongly preferred.

Pediatric clinical experience preferred, if there is not another pediatric experienced member of NSQIP team.

Experience in quality/performance improvement and/or patient safety.

Database and/or registry management experience.

Statistical knowledge and experience preferred.

Experience abstracting complex clinical data for clinical data registry, other than NSQIP.

Experience independently managing and facilitating improvement projects and interdisciplinary teams with all levels of staff including executives and physicians in a healthcare environment;

Experience with performance improvement and process improvement tools and methods, including proven track record of data-driven clinical improvement successes.

Project management experience.

Process improvement experience.