As the QAPI Coordinator, you will plan, gather, monitor, analyze, and report for regulatory and internal purposes, any and all data that represents the Agency's performance improvement and patient safety monitors and outcomes. Additionally, you will implement the Agency Infection Control Program and serve as the Infection Control Practitioner, and also act as the Employee Health Nurse responsible for new employee and volunteer health screenings.
- Competitive salary
- Generous Employer Contribution Toward Medical Insurance Premiums
- Dental/Vision benefits
- Company paid life insurance with additional voluntary life insurance option
- Employer Match 403(b)
- Paid Holidays
- Generous Vacation and Sick Leave
- Responsible to conduct an ongoing, comprehensive, integrated agency assessment of the quality and appropriateness of the care provided, including services provided under agreement.
- Develops and presents performance improvement projects to the QAPI Committee, medical staff and governing body.
- Compiles results of all PQRS Quality Requirements (CAHPs Survey and HIS Data) and presents results to the staff and QAPI Committee for quarterly review and benchmarks against any available national data.
- Aggregate and trend data collected to correct identified problems in collaboration with management and Administration.
- Prepares and presents annual Quality Improvement report as part of annual agency evaluation requirement.
- Demonstrates in-depth knowledge of, and ensures compliance with, all local, state and federal laws relating to the operations of the agency.
- Acts as Joint Commission coordinator, cross-referencing all regulatory standards and ensuring compliance in all areas.
- Provides new employee and volunteer Health and Infection Control Screening to include but not be limited to TB testing, immunization evaluation, exposure control, and initiative to foster ongoing employee health.
- Works in cooperation with Compliance Monitor on issues related to risk management and compliance.
- Implements quality improvement programs with the assistance of the department directors and supervisors and delegates responsibilities to appropriate personnel.
- Assists with establishment of a public relations program for interpretation of the agency’s services and to foster good working relations with physicians and community agencies.
- Carries out other duties as assigned by the COO/CNO and Board of Directors.
- Valid professional registered nurse licensed in the State of Texas.
- Minimum of four years of experience practicing as a registered nurse.
- At least two years of Quality Assurance/Performance Improvement experience preferred.
- Strong technology background with a developed skill set to collect, organize and interpret data.
- Experience in leadership, management or administration preferred.
- Bilingual in the Spanish language strongly preferred.
Please only apply if you meet minimum qualifications.