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Posted: Tuesday, March 6, 2018 10:58 AM

PeaceHealth is seeking a
System VP Quality/Medical Staff Affairs for a
1.0 full time equivalent
Exempt position. This position will be working
Day shift with shift durations of
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Responsible for leading clinical quality, patient safety, infection prevention and regulatory services across the system. Responsible to develop, implement and monitor systems to support quality, create a safe culture and to improve patient outcomes and patient experience. This includes the development and coordination of clinical quality improvement, adoption of new clinical quality monitoring technologies, implementing clinical data analytic systems and evaluating their impact on providers practices and patient satisfaction. Develop long and short:term improvement strategies, operational plans and implementation. Manage the design, structure, development and planning issues within scope of direction. Responsible for the operational and financial performance for quality across the health system.
Responsible for leading, directing, and executing PeaceHealth's physician networks strategies including alignment and integration strategies. Collaborates with the system and network Chief Medical Officers to design and support physician network structures by hospitals and networks. Directs, facilitates, and coordinates physician leadership to achieve balance and coordination of efforts between and among PeaceHealth's goals and initiatives. Oversees physician contracting, contract performance, and medical directorships and professional service agreements.
Contributes to defining system strategic goals and ensures goals and objectives in area of responsibility are aligned with the system's strategic goals and objectives.
:Provide overall leadership, strategic direction and support for creating clinical quality, through: quality improvement, patient safety, regulatory compliance and transformative care models for all care entities in PeaceHealth. Engage community clinical and administrative leadership to create exceptional clinical/patient outcomes.
:In partnership with Patient Safety leaders, create and execute a patient safety plan demonstrating a culture of safety and a safe environment of care for patients, caregivers and providers, with a focus on prevention resulting in zero:harm.
:Promote a culture of clinical excellence and patient and caregiver safety.
:In partnership with other clinical leadership colleagues, develop strategies to improve coordination of care across the continuum.
:Provide leadership to assigned departments and programs across the care continuum;
:Ensure cost:efficient use of resources for assigned accountabilities. Drive caregiver accountability for achieving plans/targets and provide support to identify and resolve issues and problems.
:Facilitate adoption of best practices that advance and strengthen the organization. Collaborate with community providers to deliver appropriate local care in a financially sustainable way.
:Accountable for achieving strategic and operational goals and targets as identified in the System Quality Plan, System Infection Prevention Plan, Patient Safety Plan and operational plans.
:In collaboration with key stakeholders, ensure the system is in compliance with all regulatory requirements, coordinate regulatory survey preparation and corrective actions as well as ensure the system maintains on:going requirements. Ensure organizational integrity is maintained by compliance with state, federal and regulatory standards and guidelines.
:Ensure long:term financial and operational stability by establishing goals focused on reducing overall costs of care, implementing effective systems and providing management oversight. Work to maximiz


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