Dignity Health Quality and Safety Nurse in SAN FRANCISCO, California
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Working under the Director of Quality Management, the Quality and Safety Nurse has the responsibility to review triggers in the Risk Trigger Monitoring platform and report results to various committees, work groups, physicians and leadership. This position will work extensively with hospital leadership to share findings, confirm solutions and measure results of safety initiatives. This position may be involved in the work groups; however, their primary focus is on the review of triggers and identification of harm and the presenting of information to improve patient outcomes. This position will evaluate care according to evidence based practices.
Ability to utilize clinical knowledge, skills and expertise to review outliers identified through technology for opportunities to improve patient care, including summarizing opportunities for improvement and intercepting care to improve patient outcomes
Assists in retrieval of analytics from technology to share results and findings to individuals and groups of leaders who can influence and improve the level of care to patients
Participate in system level development of technology to reduce harm to patients
Assume responsibility for other related assignments/duties resulting in improved patient care
Keep the organization’s mission, vision and values at the forefront of associate decision making and action.
Ensure that the patient perspective is a driving force behind our actions and business decisions; crafting and implementing service practices that meet patient’s and own organization’s needs. (Focus also includes internal and external customers
Strong interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to deal effectively with customers, peers and senior executive management and the ability to present reports orally or in written form in a clear and effective manner. A key role of this position is the ability to communicate, engage and partner at all levels of the organization
Provides leadership and oversight in direct support of the Patient Safety and Quality initiatives under the Risk Trigger Monitoring® program
Has knowledge of processes, tools, techniques, healthcare environment/delivery for assessing and improving the delivery of safe care to patients
Has knowledge of and the ability to identify and evaluate actual and potential hazards, and identify potential solutions in partnership with other key stakeholders
In some areas, this position will have responsibilities at one hospital while in other areas, this position will cover multiple hospitals in a service area. The Regional Quality and Safety Nurse is a temporary position, designed to support service areas in achieving the deliverables in the Hospital Engagement Network contract. The position is funded through June 30, 2019.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and/or additional job related experience in lieu of the degree. Master’s degree (preferred)
Minimum of three 3 years of recent experience working as a Registered Nurse in a critical care area such as intensive care unit and/or medical surgical (5 years preferred)
Current applicable state RN license and in good standing with the applicable state’s Board of Nursing
Ability to make effective oral presentations and prepare effective written reports for a variety of audiences
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with multiple stakeholders
Strong organizational skills with a demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks, activities and priorities.
Strong skill set using Microsoft Word and PowerPoint. Additional direct and indirect responsibilities and/ or consultative responsibilities may be required.
Action-oriented, results-oriented, capable of developing relationships at varied levels. Experience working in a high performing team.
Knowledge of principles of adult learning and teaching
Ability to plan, organize, prioritize work independently and meet deadlines. Applies influence based on professional skill and experience.
Ability to work effectively with people both individually and in groups to manage conflict with the focus on improving patient outcome.
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Job ID 2018-60373
Employment Type Full Time
Department No Harm Network (NHC)
Hours / Pay Period 80
Facility Saint Marys Medical Center
Location SAN FRANCISCO
Standard Hours Mon-Fri
Work Schedule 8 Hour