The Clinical Performance Analyst and Improvement Coordinator (CPAIC) is responsible for the data abstraction, submission and validation necessary to support external agency requirements as well as organizational best practices. This position is responsible for the coordination and abstraction of hospital quality improvement core measures. Utilizing Process Improvement methodology, clinical expertise and proven leadership skills, the CPAIC participates in PI activities in the assessment, planning, design and implementation of quality/performance initiatives necessary to achieve optimal patient outcomes. This position provides for continual feedback, education,monitoring, and evaluation of quality measures across the continuum of care to ensure optimal patient outcomes and appropriate utilization of healthcare services. The CPAIC maintains hospital compliance with core measures for inpatient, outpatient and Medicare inpatient quality incentive programs.
The Clinical Performance Analyst and Improvement Coordinator: 1. Must accurately identify and abstract clinical data from multiple sources and be proficient in data entry and use of CMS reporting programs/requirements. 2. Must be proficient in stratification of quality and performance data activities and possess effective communication skills. 3. Must be able to meet deadlines, work independently be self-directed and possess highly developed organizational skills with attention to detail. 4. Is a strong, supportive interdisciplinary team member, knowledgeable of performance improvement methodology and utilizes data display tools to communicate results. 5. Possesses strong critical thinking skills.
RN with minimum 5 years clinical experience BSN preferred from Accredited Institution Prior experience in Quality/Process Improvement methodologies. Obtains certification in CPHQ or similar specialty within 3 years of accepting the position. Maintains mandatory continuing education requirements as determined for Hancock Regional Hospital.
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