Job Details

Quality Improvement Analytics Manager - Office of Health System Affairs

Job Number: 528388
Categories: Professional
Location:
Dallas, TX

Department: OFC OF HEALTH SYSTEM AFFAIRS
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular



Security


This position is security-sensitive and subject to Texas Education Code 51.215, which authorizes UT Southwestern to obtain criminal history record information


Salary


Salary Negotiable 


Experience and Education


Registered Nurse (RN) and/or Bachelor's degree in business administration, statistics, public health, quantitative analysis or related discipline and eight (8) years related experience manipulating large relational databases, statistical programming and development of data displays.
Master's of Business Administration, Master's of Public Health, or Master's of Health Administration preferred.   
Three (3) years of experience with quality improvement, LEAN, Six Sigma and/or other improvement methodologies preferred with working knowledge of process improvement methods, statistical process control techniques and database applications. 
Superior working knowledge of MS Office applications and familiarity with data warehouse preferred.   

Job Duties


Leads and directs analytical support for performance improvement initiatives.      
Provides support and expertise analysis of current clinical work systems.      
Manages multiple projects determining project scope, assigning, monitoring and directing work responsibilities of other project team members, teaching/training team members, developing project plan strategies and implementing the work plan to achieve departmental goals.   
Participates on multi-disciplinary clinical quality improvement teams.      
Participates in the training/mentoring of leadership in performance improvement methodology.      
Works with project teams to develop and implement measures.       
Designs complex data analysis tools.       
Analyzes and organizes data to facilitate targeted clinical interventions aimed at improving patient care and institutional strategic planning.     
Conducts analysis to ascertain the most efficient, effective and productive processes to accomplish department goals and objectives.      
Recommends methods to ensure maximum utilization of facilities and human resources.  Identifies systems specifications and/or technical changes to procedures for transition and/or development of automated processes.    
Provides direct supervision to Quality Improvement Analysts. Ensures employees are fully trained, responsible for their own work, and performs many like duties of subordinates.     
Performs other duties as assigned.       


**Other Duties:  Performs other duties as assigned. 

1. Leads and directs analytical support for performance improvement initiatives.
2. Provides support and expertise analysis of current clinical work systems.
3. Manages multiple projects determining project scope, assigning, monitoring and directing work responsibilities of other project team members, teaching/training team members, developing project plan strategies and implementing the work plan to achieve departmental goals.
4. Participates on multi-disciplinary clinical quality improvement teams.
5. Participates in the training/mentoring of leadership in performance improvement methodology.
6. Works with project teams to develop and implement measures. 
7. Designs complex data analysis tools.
8. Analyzes and organizes data to facilitate targeted clinical interventions aimed at improving patient care and institutional strategic planning.  
9. Conducts analysis to ascertain the most efficient, effective and productive processes to accomplish department goals 
      and objectives. 
10. Recommends methods to ensure maximum utilization of facilities and human resources.  Identifies systems      
      specifications and/or technical changes to procedures for transition and/or development of automated processes.
11. Provides direct supervision to Quality Improvement Analysts.  Ensures employees are fully trained, responsible for their own work, and performs many like duties of subordinates."

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