This role of the Practice Optimization Manager on the Practice Optimization Team will be (1) possess sophisticated and thorough understanding of practice workflows (2) lead and teach practices through collaborative learning model (3) drive standardized work plans and implementation of standards (4) build process changes that will improve workflows, compliance or resolve issues (4) lead the optimization project including meeting coordination, timeline scheduling, and team updates (5) work collaboratively with other members of the various centralized support teams to\u00b7 address all issues faced by the Ambulatory practices (6) consistently demonstrates superior customer relation skills at all levels, teaching them in public and private settings, 7) will act as a nurse consultant to all practice managers promoting safe patient care delivery systems as defined by OHSU Ambulatory Scope of Practice guidelines.
The Incumbent will develop a close working relationship and integration with all departments and applications involved in the optimization effort. They will be a liaison between practice management and the support departments and applications as they relate to optimization efforts. He/she will also provide expert consultation to the leadership of the OHSU Practice Plan, Epic team(s), Ambulatory Access Services, and practice administrators. The incumbent will represent Ambulatory practices by serving on committees which include but not limited to Code Blue Committee, Professional Practice Review Board, Patient Executive Committee, and CHH 2 Clinic Activation Operations.
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