Summary: The CQI Clinical Coordinator is responsible for coordinating all quality improvement initiatives for the Primary Care programs under the supervision of the Director of Nursing Operations, Associate Medical Director and Chief Medical Officer
- Develop and update the CQI plans as required by grants that support the activities of the Medical Department, including the Bureau of Primary Health Care’s Performance Indicators and Uniformed Data Set (UDS) reports, the deliverables of the Ryan White-funded Support Services Program and HIV Testing Program, and the DOHMH’s Cofactors in HIV Prevention Program.
- Coordinate existing CQI activities with new state and federal initiatives, including the Patient-Centered Medical Home the electronic health record Meaningful Use.
- Meet monthly with the staff of the Support Services Program and HIV Testing Program to develop and review CQI initiatives and projects, with reports to the Medical Department’s quarterly Article 28 QA meetings.
- Provide direct patient care commensurate with training in all settings as needed.
- Provide written CQI reports and oral CQI presentations as needed.
- Assist with staff training as needed.
- Review procedures at all sites related to logs of refrigerator temperatures, on-site testing controls and medical equipment checks on a monthly basis.
- Maintain documentation in compliance with agency policies and procedures, including use of the Electronic Health Record and maintenance of all logs to facilitate required reporting.
Activity and Knowledge Requirements:
Job duties generally require the physical activities described below, subject to any necessary reasonable accommodation due to disability. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to movement from place to place on the job taking distance and speed into account, ability to maneuver body while in place, handle routine office materials and tools, dexterity of hands and fingers, coordination, including eye-hand, hand-foot.
· R.N. (Required)
· Licensed to practice in the State of New York (Required)
· Related experience
· Knowledge of ambulatory care and Managed Care Services
· Strong interpersonal skills
· Computer literate
· Experience with quality improvement activities in clinical settings
To apply, submit your resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org EOE