Mansfield, Texas
Mar 20, 2023
Apr 17, 2023
Contract Type

Hours of Work : 8-5
Days Of Week : M-F
Work Shift : 8X5 Day (United States of America)

Job Description :
Your Job:
Job Purpose: Responsible for the coordination and evaluation of the Neonatal and Maternal designation programs and Women & Children’s Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement (QAPI). Communicates requirements and collaborates effectively with maternal medical director, maternal program manager, physicians, leadership and other departments to obtain and maintain state designations. Creates, manages, and electronically stores multiple data sets related to ongoing QAPI initiatives to ensure proper documentation of project progression for neonatal and maternal data. Coordinates and maintains ongoing chart audits/reviews as determined by Designation, CMS, and TJC requirements. Coordinates with Educators and Program Managers to develop ongoing compliance with standards and oversees staff training and implementation . Facilitates interdisciplinary quality meetings. Maintains professional competency by attending educational programs, participating in professional organizations and other appropriate activities. Promotes development of and participation in research. Supports the mission, vision, values, and strategic goals of Methodist Health System.

Your Job Requirements:

• Graduate from an accredited school of nursing, BSN or MSN degree preferred Minimum Work Experience: 4 Years of experience in Maternal Health Nursing, Level 3 referral center or above preferred.
• State of TX RN, Specialty Certification preferred BLS NRP should be completed within 6 months of hire. ACLS should be completed within 90 days of hire. Completion of AWHONN intermediate or advanced fetal monitoring course, maintains fetal heart rate competency with biennial AWHONN fetal heart rate education. Your Job Responsibilities :
•Responsible for ensuring designation and/or verification requirements for both the neonatal and maternal program are achieved and maintained. Assists in evaluating the provision of maternal and neonatal care on an ongoing basis, identify opportunities for improvement, develop and implement improvement plans, and evaluate the implementation until a resolution is achieved. Measure, analyze, and track quality indicators/metrics and other aspects of performance that the facility adopts or develops that reflect processes of care and is outcome based. Collaborates to set goals, track identified quality indicators, and compare data to regional or national databases. Evaluate aggregate patient data continuously to review/identify trends and report data/findings timely and consistently as requested by the Maternal Medical Director, Maternal Program Manager and WCS Leadership. Prepares and submits designated reports, case reviews, timelines, and education as assigned. Actively participates in the maternal QAPI program; provides accurate and timely data to appropriate committees and identifies opportunities for improvement in conjunction with performance improvement. Maintains meeting minutes for QAPI and other workgroups as assigned, ensuring accurate documentation of participants, leaders, quality review process, action plans and resolution. Ensures loop-closure on adverse outcomes or near misses through appropriate reporting systems and documentation of the improvement plan (e.g., education, policy, system changes) as determined. Collaborates with the Maternal Medical Director (MMD), Maternal Program Manager (MPM) and other clinical leaders across the service line in areas to include developing and or revising policies, procedures and guidelines, assuring staff competency, education, and the QAPI program. Assures all references for assigned department(s) are reviewed, up to date and current. Assists in monitoring compliance with new policies and improvement in outcomes. Maintains current knowledge of designation rules to ensure requirements are met as stipulated by governing bodies; advancements and developments in service line treatments and service offerings; and current knowledge/expertise of national/regional trends specific to areas of responsibility. Collaborates to provide outreach education to lower level facilities, including the QAPI process. Provides leadership and consultative services for performance improvement activities of the maternity and neonatal care programs. Participates in activities and models the behavior of a leader in promoting best practices, program specific initiatives and process improvement. Promotes an environment conducive to positive and collaborative working relationships. Develops collaborative relationships with other MPM(s), designation coordinators and designation care teams of other designated facilities within the applicable Perinatal Care Region. Ensures safe care to patients, staff and visitors; adheres to all Methodist Health Care policies, procedures, and standards within budgetary specifications including time management, supply management, productivity and quality of service. Promotes individual professional growth and development by meeting requirements for mandatory/continuing education and skills competency; supports department-based goals which contribute to the success of the organization; serves as preceptor, mentor and resource to less experienced staff. Supports the mission, vision, and values of the organization; supports the professional practice of nursing. Other duties as assigned. Methodist Mansfield Medical Center is a 262-bed, full-service hospital that serves the communities of Mansfield, Arlington, Grand Prairie, and the surrounding areas. In addition to being a Magnet®-designated hospital, we have full-service interventional cardiology services, including cardiac catheterization, electrophysiology, open heart surgery, and STEMI care. The hospital has been honored as one of the Best Hospitals, Emergency Departments, and Maternity Wards by several publications. Methodist Mansfield strives to have a diverse workforce that reflects the communities we serve — one that is welcoming of the skills and talents of all groups. Our reputation as an award-winning employer shows in the honors we’ve earned:

• Magnet®-designated hospital
• Robotic da Vinci® Surgical System for minimally invasive procedures
• Level III Neonatal facility and Level III Maternal Facility
• Voted best hospital and best emergency department by Living Magazine and Arlington Today Magazine
• Level III Trauma Center
• Accredited Chest Pain Center and Advanced Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission
• Top Performer on Key Quality Measures® by The Joint Commission for heart attack, heart failure, pneumonia, and stroke care

Our Care Commitments

• Take Care of Patients

• Take Care of Each Other

• Take Care of Ourselves

• Take Care of Methodist Methodist Health System is a highly revered, leading nonprofit healthcare organization in Dallas, Texas. Named one of the fastest-growing health systems in America by Modern Healthcare, Methodist includes 13 hospitals, either through ownership or affiliation. Our wholly owned and full-service hospitals include Methodist Dallas, Methodist Charlton, Methodist Mansfield, Methodist Midlothian, and Methodist Richardson Medical Centers; Methodist Richardson – Campus for Continuing Care; and, our newest, Methodist Southlake Medical Center. Our affiliated physician organization is Methodist Medical Group, which includes more than 50 healthcare clinics, two concierge medicine clinics, an urgent care clinic, and a virtual care platform known as MethodistNOW. Our reputation as an award-winning employer shows in the honors we’ve earned:

Magnet® designations for Methodist Dallas, Methodist Charlton, Methodist Mansfield, and Methodist Richardson Top 10 Military Friendly® Employer, Gold Designation, 2023 Top 10 Military Spouse Friendly® Employer, 2023 150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare by Becker’s Hospital Review, 2022 Named on Forbes’ list of America’s Best Employers for Diversity, 2022 One of three Top Healthcare Diversity Organizations in the U.S., 2019 Ranked No. 2 on DiversityInc’s List of Top Hospitals and Health Systems in America, 2018

Our Care Commitments
• Take Care of Patients
• Take Care of Each Other
• Take Care of Ourselves
• Take Care of Methodist

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