License/Cert Required:Lic Registered Nurse,Cert Peds Adv Life Support,Cert Reg Nurse Practitioner,Cert Basic Cardiac Life Supprt
As the Clinical Practice Coordinator you will design, direct and evaluate systems to improve quality of patient care and ensure the effective management of clinical resources for the Department of Quality and Safety. The impact is assessed through the measurement of clinical service quality and financial and productivity outcomes. The major function of this role is the management of systems of care to achieve patient and program outcomes for the assigned patient populations. It functions within a collaborative practice model with other disciplines and the scope extends beyond geographic or disciplinary boundaries.
Ability to work autonomously in the management of projects and programs is essential, must also demonstrate initiative and possess strong problem solving skills. Ability to develop collaborative programs and projects with other disciplines is required. Must be able to contribute to team effectiveness, build relationships and facilitate improvements. Highly effective verbal and written skills are required to work with all levels of hospital personnel, administrators and clinical staff.
Master’s degree in nursing or related health science field and current licensure in related field are required (i.e. nursing, physical therapy). Three to five years clinical experience which includes demonstration of clinical effectiveness strategies is also required.