Clinical Risk Coordinator
Clinical Risk Coordinator
Inglis' Mission is to enable people with disabilities — and those who care for them — to achieve their goals and live life to the fullest. The primary role of the Clinical Risk Manager is to plan, organize, coordinate, and direct the clinical risk management programs, quality assurance/performance improvement, and related activities. The Clinical Risk Coordinator collaborates with the leadership team, Director of Clinical Education and Staff Development, Compliance Officer, Safety Manager, Occupational Health Coordinator, Dietary, and engineering to identify potential and actual concerns with resolutions to mitigate these concerns through the facility’s clinical risk management and quality assurance and performance improvement program. This individual will ensure that consumers receive the best quality care, by building strong trusting relationships throughout the organization and creating a person-centered culture of learning, integrity, service and teamwork. This position ensures that Inglis fulfills its legal and moral responsibilities, remains in compliance with regulatory requirements and manages operating risks.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
- Registered Nurse licensed in Pennsylvania required
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) preferred
- Current Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification
- Minimum of three years’ experience preferably in the skilled nursing care/long term care setting
- Minimum of one year in health care risk management and/or quality improvement preferred
- Computer literacy (Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel, and Internet)
- Knowledgeable about the principles of risk management
- Familiar with the federal, state, and local regulations as they relate to CMS, OSHA and CDC.
- Knowledgeable about long term care quality measures and risk indicators
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Adept at identifying potential or actual areas of concern
- Knowledgeable about root cause analysis
- Ability to collaboratively develop and implement comprehensive interventions and plans to prevent, identify and address risk
- Ability to review and evaluate clinical records
ROLE SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES:
Listening Skills: Understands that the most important aspect of communication is the act of listening and actively works to improve those skills.
Oral Skills: Speaks with confidence using clear, concise sentences and is easily understood.
Written Skills: Produces well thought-out, professional correspondence free of grammatical and spelling errors.
Telephone/Email: Uses high quality, professional oral and written skills (as described above) to project a positive image of the Business.
Team player: Works as a competent member of the team, willingly providing back-up support for co-workers when appropriate and actively supporting group goals.
Computer/Technical Skills: Displays proficiency using standard office equipment such as a computer, fax, photocopier, scanner, etc. Demonstrates advanced proficiency by quickly adapting to new technology and easily acquiring new technical skills
Inglis' Mission is to enable people with disabilities — and those who care for them — to achieve their goals and live life to the fullest Inglis House is a specialized, skilled nursing, long-term care community-based in Philadelphia, PA.
Founded in 1877, Inglis is a Person-Centered Care community specializing in services to adults (mostly younger – average age is 46) with severe neurodegenerative physical disabilities resulting in paraplegia and quadriplegia. Inglis’ Person-Centered Care vision is to strive every day to create a homelike environment where residents and staff work together with autonomy and a deep sense of community.
Along with providing medical and personal care, a key aspect of the mission of serving younger adults is recognizing that they typically have a wider range of needs than a geriatric nursing home resident. Younger adults, whether congenitally disabled or disabled later in life, struggle to achieve goals that give a sense of autonomy, mastery and creativity. Inglis House provides a range of medical, personal and enrichment services that enable residents to live life to the fullest. Our Adapted Technology program is nationally recognized – and can get anyone online. Inglis is one of only a handful of organizations in the country designated a “Center of Excellence in Long-term MS Care” by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and is one of only eight residential facilities throughout the United States offering such highly specialized, long-term care for people with physical disabilities.
Inglis also supports more than 800 people living independently in the community through resources including care management (helping people navigate the healthcare system), an innovative day program, Adapted Technology and community employment services.
Inglis is the largest private provider of affordable, accessible housing in the Greater Philadelphia region with nearly 350 units, including 80 units opened at Inglis Gardens at Belmont in 2016 and 44 new units at Pennypack Crossing, developed with Conifer, opened November 2017 and more in development.
Inglis welcomes great people without regard to disability, race, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, military service, marital status, or any other characteristics, as protected by law. We encourage all Protected Veterans and the long-term unemployed to apply. Please send resume to Inglis, Attn: Daniell White, Human Resources, 2600 Belmont Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19131, via fax: 215-878-3082 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org EOE, M/F/D/V