Mercy Medical Center Clinton RN Program Alignment Coordinator Full Time 1.0 with Affinia in Mercy Health West Michigan Hospital Campus - Grand Rapids, Michigan
WM350_64590 Care Management
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This role will focus on the ACCP program and THRIVE for our Geriatric Office location in Grand Rapids, MI.
This RN Program Alignment Coordinator role will be focusing with the Geriatric Office Location at Mercy Health Physician Partners covering Grand Rapids.
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Consults with Providers for the coordination tracking and reporting of quality management and process improvement for assigned regional practices within Affinia Health Network using facilitation, collaboration, medication and change management as key tools to accomplish program alignment. Works under the direction of the Affinia Health Medical Director or their designee, with dotted lines of responsibility to the Employed Physician Network leadership in the local Affinia Health Networks.
Minimum: Bachelor's Degree, preferably in Nursing or Quality Assurance.
Preferred: Master's Degree in Nursing
Minimum: Current State of Michigan Registered Nursing License. CPR or BCLS Certified.
Preferred: Certified Nurse in sub specialty (OCN, CNRN) and other sub specialty (Quality) Certification.
Minimum: Experience in administration and physician office practice.
Preferred: Two years of experience in quality management and payor incentive program.
Other Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Strong written and verbal communication skills; ability to foster positive collaborative relationships.
Ability to create quality tracking tools and complete data entry and reporting functions.
Ability to communicate with and influence various types of audiences in a variety of settings.
Ability to work with multi-disciplinary teams on quality assessment and improvement.
Ability to self-direct and balance shifting priorities.
Ability to draw from multidisciplinary expertise to solve problems and develop solutions through innovative, creative thinking; stay current with clinical developments and innovation.
Familiarity with standard desktop and windows based computer system, including email, e-learning, intranet and computer navigation. Ability to use other software required to perform essential functions.
Minimum: Independently mobile; computer work/keyboarding; ability to transport objects weighing up to 20 pounds; ability to handle multiple conflicting demands.
Builds consensus and alignment for process improvement initiatives using CQI/Lean methodologies and principles.
Coordinates and implements quality management and improvement processes within the assigned Regional Programs.
Facilitates communication between assigned Regional physician practices to ensure alignment of clinical process to meet patient needs and program requirements.
Coordinates, aligns and tracks the implementation of quality assessment and improve¬ment activities.
Facilitates and builds consensus for the development and implementation of processes intended to improve service, utilization & quality.
Facilitates quality/utilization/program education for the practices.
Oversees the implementation and maintenance of electronic tracking tools for the monitoring of program outcomes and coordination of the submission of reporting to meet program requirements to payers, practices and administration.
Consults with others to assure patients receive a seamless continuum of care across the health system.
Acts as a liaison between health plans and the program by attending and coordinating meetings and communications.
Attends staff meetings to facilitate communication and build staff relationships.
Manifests respect, honesty, and justice in all relationships by treating others fairly, with dignity and courtesy. Exhibits a focus on service excellence and exceptional customer service.
Demonstrates support and exemplifies through work style, relationships and actions, the philosophy, mission, values, and vision of the organization.
Serves as a change agent by appropriately challenging current processes, policies and procedures. Seeks to incorporate new technologies and methods to improve overall effectiveness.
Maintains a working knowledge of applicable Federal, State and local laws and regulations, the Organizational Integrity Program, Code of Ethics, and other policies and procedures to ensure adherence in a manner that reflects honest,
ethical and professional behavior.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
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