Responsible for inventorying customers and data sources/processes to identify information needs; establishes appropriate systems for data collection, analysis and dissemination of information to internal and external customers; coordinates data and reports related to regulatory and accreditation agencies, such as TJC, state licensure, Medicare and Medicaid. Maintains knowledge of information management systems, including data input and report writing. Interviews, hires and assigns work to data analyst staff.
Promotes exceptional clinical outcomes, safety and financial performance outcomes by overseeing and participating in the development of quality improvement data collection and reporting using objective data with computerized reporting, statistical validation and tracking of quality, safety, regulatory and financial effectiveness.
Contributes to the overall employee satisfaction of the team by actively participating in team meetings and offering assistance to others when needed.
Contributes to the overall financial performance of the department through efficient unit operations by following policies and procedures, reporting needed changes and maintaining unit supplies.
Contributes to exceptional patient satisfaction by planning and implementing systems for assessment and improvement of patient care quality and satisfaction in all clinical areas.
Qualifications Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree in Information Systems, Medical Records, or health care related area
3-5 years in related field and 1-3 years of supervision.
Requires highly developed analytical skills to comprehend interpret, and disseminate financial, operative, performance and strategic information.
Requires expertise in PC-based software applications, the ability to apply accounting and statistical concepts, and the ability to interpret data into measurable standards/indicators and instructors others in quality improvement, theory, tools and processes.
Requires the ability to perform basic math, read, write and speak English well. Requires ability to access and update information in computer system. Must be able to use critical thinking skills in problem solving and communication.
Must have an understanding of medical terminology and clinical process in a hospital setting
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