Department: University Hospitals
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
Experience and Education
Five (5) years of proven, progressively responsible project/program management experience in a healthcare setting, required. Experience in performing oversight activities, or quality assurance/outcome experience is required. Demonstration of effective communication with physicians, required. Knowledge of OCM and standards established by CMS is preferred.
1.Manages OCM program and its day-to-day related activities, including project teams and work groups charged with OCM implementation ¿ specifically facilitating quality improvement, process and care redesign, and related technical deliverables. Serves as the single point of contact for the OCM program, anticipating and effectively maneuvering through complex political and operational situations.
2.Responsible for initiating quality improvement efforts throughout the continuum of cancer care. Supports team to develop program-related measures of success, including short and long-term metrics.
3.Collaborates with various internal and external quality structures to provide actionable quality data to Cancer Service Line leaders, serving as the primary point of contact for the management of metrics and quality reports related to OCM program management.
4.Works collaboratively with all appropriate areas of the healthcare system, including clinics and hospital departments with limited oversight to accomplish beneficial outcomes. Proactively identifies and raises issues and makes recommendations before information is requested.
5.Assists with and develops reports, presentations, and documents to support the OCM program. Ensures project documents are complete, current, and accurate.
6.Assists with data validation, report scheduling, and other data needs as assigned. Facilitates data needs with knowledge experts and ensures claims based data is correct. Ensures reporting to OCM is performed as required by OCM and CMS timelines.
7.Independently prioritizes work, supporting multiple projects and meeting deadlines within the OCM program.
8.Effectively communicates on a regular basis with all levels of healthcare providers, including Cancer Service Line leaders and other key stakeholders.
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