Create your organizational and measurement infrastructure to ensure top tier performance and recognition in quality, safety, efficiency, evidence based practice, service excellence, and equitable care delivery through Continuous Quality Improvement methods.

More Uses of the Continuous Quality Improvement Toolkit:

  • Direct: specific regulatory requirements, contract stipulations and accreditation standards into a current and comprehensive policy and procedure manual.
  • Make sure that your organization demonstrates leadership skills in managing resources and data related to administrative and clinical operations, establishing and sustaining effective interdisciplinary relationships, and promoting effective communication and optimal customer service.
  • Make sure that your organization applies the principles of Continuous Quality Improvement in delivery of services, through measuring, monitoring and assessing processes and systems.
  • Be accountable for utilizing analytic and statistical skills to acquire, aggregate and disseminate data reports; ensuring the accuracy and reliability of all work surrounding data.
  • Arrange that your organization leads and facilitates the identification of key measures, data analysis, process improvement, and the implementation of redesigned processes for system clinical and operational functions.
  • Devise: in conjunction with the executive director for risk management provide general guidance on how to avoid or deal with similar situations in the future.
  • Organize: effectively manage portfolio optimization and execute on strategies that support an appropriate footprint for labor efficiency and future growth.
  • Ensure timely data entry for participant information to be entered into the designated database or report, as appropriate, with due diligence to protect confidentiality.
  • Secure that your organization oversees the process of daily, monthly, semi annual and annual review of subsidiary performance based upon strategic plans and organizational goals.
  • Develop: outreach practice and approaches that build knowledge and awareness for community and other stakeholders and authentic interactions and opportunities for communication.
  • Confirm your organization provides project management, group facilitation skills, problem solving skills, and analysis, clinical review/investigation and process improvement skills.
  • Be accountable for ongoing management and evaluation of current pricing, rebates and programs to maximize the profitability and meet or exceed the division and corporate goals.
  • Collaborate with the Training and Capabilities manager to establish a mid and long term training roadmap and budget to support reporting and analytical needs of your organization.
  • Manage to work with key business leaders, and multi functional stakeholders to build a continuous improvement environment to support an ongoing program of change.
  • Oversee quality data analytics, understand trends and direct the monitoring, reporting and active consideration of clinical outcomes among the areas where quality issues have been identified.
  • Make certain that your organization keeps management abreast of significant issues or developments identified during quality activities and participates in corrective actions to improve/correct the situation.
  • Develop and implement the foundational strategy and change management interventions needed to ensure the highest level of quality as the health system transforms into a more integrated enterprise.
  • Provide compliance oversight and support to the Career Services Department to ensure the success of the programs financial, mission, training, team and marketing goals.
  • Ensure you lead in the promotion of a culture of safety, effective use of performance improvement methodologies and data integrity, validity and reliability.
  • Standardize: complete performance evaluations on an annual basis for all managers in the division, ensuring all managers comply with your organization and leadership codes of conduct and embrace your organization vision, core values, and mission.
  • Secure that your organization defines relevant project or initiative scope, goals, and deliverables that support business goals in collaboration with senior leadership and stakeholders.
  • Establish that your organization facilitates and directs organizational wide compliance and continuous readiness with statutory mandates, regulatory requirements and accreditation standards of professional organizations.
  • Make sure that your organization demonstrates positive interpersonal skills in communicating with staff, patients, visitors, and others in the community so that your organization is positively perceived.
  • Ensure you recommend to the Director Operations the development of policy, program and procedural changes relating to the Health, Safe Environment and Risk Management.

 

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