Clinical Coordinator CardioVascular Data Management
West Florida Shared Services
Our more than 3,301 physicians and 18,811 employees provide the quality foundation for delivering care to our patients safely, effectively and compassionately.POSITION SUMMARY: Coordinates efforts to achieve/maintain clinical program accreditation and improve clinical outcomes. Collects and analyzes clinical data, identifies trends, implements performance improvement initiatives, and develops educational programs to ensure the delivery of high quality, patient-centered care. This position works remotely. Role Accountabilities Include:
- Coordinates the concurrent collection, interpretation, analysis and reporting of clinical cardiovascular data to ensure compliance with accrediting bodies. (NCDR & STS)
- Identifies and validates the accuracy of service line(s)' data collected. Analyzes and compares results against regional and national benchmarks. Prepares reports and presents findings to care team, councils and committees as appropriate. Completes audits as requested.
- Assesses clinical data trends and identifies opportunities for improvement. Develops the implementation plan of performance improvement initiatives and identified best practices to address areas of need across the continuum of care.
- Educates leaders, staff, and medical staff, and other stakeholders on accreditation process and requirements.
- Communicates effectively and works with physicians and/or other members of the interdisciplinary team in meeting patient needs.
- Collaborates with physicians and hospital staff to address complications and opportunities for improvement identified through data analysis and leading teams through best-demonstrated practice and evidence-based medicine identified through professional organizations.
- Continuously evaluates work process and design; understands role in ensuring quality/performance improvement, productivity, and service delivery to meet stakeholder needs.
- Performs duties in accordance with departmental policies and procedures, and recognized professional, quality, patient safety, environmental and infection control standards.
- Identifies complications and opportunities for improvement identified through data analysis for better patient outcomes. Leads teams through best-demonstrated practice and evidence based medicine identified through professional organizations.
- Demonstrates knowledge of the occurrence reporting system. Uses system to report potential patient safety issues.
- Follows established guidelines for reporting a significant medical error or unanticipated outcome in the patients care which results in patient harm.