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Northside Hospital has been ranked #1 in Georgia and among the top 18 places to work in the country, according to Forbes list of “America’s Best Employers”. And with outstanding benefits and the most competitive retirement program in the market, it’s easy to see why the best healthcare professionals choose us for careers too.
Working with leaders within the Quality Improvement Department at Northside Hospital, the qualified individual we are seeking will be responsible for providing oversight and direction for all Quality Information activities including data collection, validation, aggregation, and reporting. Duties include, but may not be limited to:
Overseeing processes for collection, analysis, and reporting of valid, reliable, and quality clinical data for the Northside Hospital system.
Overseeing clinical quality data information system
Evaluating existing and potential data sources to support quality clinical data and to ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of the data collection, analysis, and display/reporting process.
Supporting hospital executives and/or medical staff leaders, and various clinical teams with the collection, aggregation, analysis and reporting of data used in decision-making for clinical care improvements.
Serving as a liaison to external organizations such as Georgia Hospital Association, Joint Commission and Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, related to data collection and analysis.
Managing assigned staff to meet the goals of the Northside system.
Qualified candidates must possess:
RN license preferred
A Master’s degree in a clinical health-related field
5+ years experience evaluating, refining, and improving clinical data collection, analysis, and reporting, with 2+ years of experience in a managerial or supervisory role
Demonstrated knowledge of hospital and health system operations
Education and training in information systems, related to clinical data collection and analysis
Knowledge of statistics, and computer applications to include graphic presentation, statistical analysis, and spreadsheet software packages
Excellent analytical, organizational, and written/verbal communication skills
Ability to work independently, coordinate multiple projects simultaneously, and meet required deadlines
Preferred qualifications include: Doctorate Degree in Health Services (Public Health), Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Information/Computer Systems or related field; previous experience in a consulting capacity, and in writing programs to support clinical data collection
Why choose Northside? Northside supports our employees’ professional and personal growth. We foster an environment that promotes work/life balance. We embrace diversity. We care about you. If you are ready to advance your career, apply online today to join Northside’s team! Northside Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer.