quality improvement director
P&G Behavioral Health Services is seeking top quality candidates to deliver high-quality behavioral health services to those in the DC Metropolitan area. Candidates must posses strong computer and technology skills, a strong desire to provide value and an amazing work-ethic. At P&G we KNOW that happy employees equals happy customers!
The Quality Improvement Director provides strategic leadership for our Quality Improvement Program. The Quality Improvement Director’s primary responsibility is operating a management infrastructure that promotes or ensures consumer safety and quality of care, positive gains in population health; fulfillment of our standards; efficient processes in appeals and grievance, and contractual compliance.
The Quality Improvement Director is accountable for creating a culture that is consumer-centered, integrated, collaborative, inter-disciplinary, data-driven, transparent, innovative, team-oriented, training committed, and sound in managed care fundamentals. The Quality Improvement Director reports to the Chief Executive Officer.
• Developing and implementing our Quality Improvement Description, Quality Improvement Work Plan, and Performance
• Improving our ratings and quality outcomes through innovative approaches in engaging consumers and providers;
• Investigating quality issues in health services to ensure objective, thorough, inter-disciplinary, and compliant resolution and
• Develops a team that collaborates, communicates, and coordinates within the Quality Improvement Department and with other
departments throughout the organization.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES
Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality Improvement strongly preferred; sound understanding and skills in quality improvement processes and tools; sound data analysis skills; ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions; ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference, and ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations; ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions and deal with several abstract and concrete variables; ten years of previous successful senior leadership in Quality Improvement/Quality Assurance for a health care entity, preferably in mental health; and Master’s Degree in Health Administration, a clinical discipline, or related field required.
HOW TO APPLY
Submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a cover letter, your salary requirements, and availability.
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We will respond to your email with the status of your application.
Your complete mailing address must be on your resume along with a phone number.
All employees are required to provide a satisfactory FBI Background Check and provide the results of a negative TB test before hire.