Coordinate all aspects of the quality management program within the Hematology/Oncology and Stem Cell Transplant Programs. This position works collaboratively with CCHCS quality department to ensure that all aspects of the Hematology/Oncology Center are practicing in compliance with applicable regulatory standards such as The Joint Commission (TJC) and other federal and state regulatory standards. This position will ensure appropriate monitoring and auditing for FACT standard compliance for the apheresis and stem cell transplant programs and that the quality management plans are administered as written. This position is integral in the identification and correction of regulatory compliance issues (TJC). This position works closely with the hematology/oncology educators, physicians, clinical research staff and other staff members within the Hematology/Oncology program to identify clinical quality and risk management issues related to patient care. She/he will recommend actions for improvement, facilitate QI teams, and educate staff on QI principles and processes. This position will assist with oversight of on-going audits and monitoring and will facilitate reporting of the findings to the Quality in Practice Committee, Quality Improvement Committee, Stem Cell Transplant QI Committee, Cancer Committee, and unit/department staff meetings. This individual will plan work priorities in accordance with program goals.
Bachelor's of Science in Nursing (BSN)
4 years of RN experience
Internal Number: 1
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