Clinical Manager-Community Health
Company: Capital Health
Posted on: December 5, 2018
Position ID # 10327 Location US-NJ-Trenton Type Full Time Department Clinical Integration (Population Health Management Services) Shift Day Overview Postion #10327 Responsible for managing clinical components of urban/community-interfacing programs consistent with Capital Health's strategic vision, community health needs assessment requirements and governmental and other funding opportunities. Collaborates with Institute for Urban Care program manager, clinical, and operational leaders throughout the organization and community leaders to foster system change to improve patient outcomes, patient experience and lower costs for urban populations. In support of the Executive Director, spearheads community relationships to align and strengthen resources. Complies with all programmatic and government regulatory requirements. Utilizes information technology to plan and implement community oriented and population level interventions. Collects and analyzes detailed programmatic and community process and outcomes data to evaluate impact and adjust interventions as needed in concert with leadership. Responsibilities * Supervision and coordination of DSRIP staff to improve outcomes, effectively submit data and work with health system and community to improve outcomes. * Assumes the responsibility for overall daily clinical operations of programs under Institute for Urban Care. * Develops and maintains DSRIP and other programmatic dashboards that reflect Institute and organization's goals and objectives. * Analyzes tracks and trends all grant and programmatic data to develop appropriate action plans to improve clinical quality outcomes. * Leads team and community partners in identifying vision, values and principles for community actions with a strong emphasis on design and implementation of programs with robust evaluation and continuous quality improvement components. * Collects and analyzes data using a wide variety of sources and methods to access public and institutional information (ex. GIS mapping), evaluate programming and make adjustments. Uses evidence-based change management systems (ex. rapid cycle improvement, PDSA, etc.). * Serves as a community health and performance improvement resource by collaborating with personnel and departments involved in improvement activities. * Collaborates with hospital and community resources to implement and optimize education and screening programs within the community. * Uses evidence based and culturally appropriate models to tailor interventions in the health system and community environments. * Optimizes community assets and resources to promote and deliver care to communities/populations. * Produces and submits performance improvement and quality reports as requested by administration, clinical departments, or committees using available information systems and databases. * Establishes policies, procedures, and standards to meet community health and quality outcomes in a safe, productive and cost-effective manner. * Communicates effectively with community groups, partners and inter-disciplinary teams. * Collaborates with Executive Director in preparation and control of annual budget. Develops strategies for determining budget priorities based on financial input from institution, federal, state and other funding sources. * Maintains accurate and complete individual staff competencies and performance records. * Conducts research and promotes implementation of evidenced based guidelines. * Attends in-service training sessions and seminars to maintain and improve knowledge of performance improvement techniques. * Performs other duties as needed. Requirements * Bachelor's degree in Nursing, Healthcare Administration, or other healthcare-related field. Master's Degree preferred. * Seven years of nursing experience with two years spent in population, public, or other programmatic leadership roles. * Data analysis and quality experience. * NJ RN license Frequent physical demands include: Wrist position deviation , Keyboard use/repetitive motion Occasional physical demands include: Sitting , Standing , Walking , Climbing (e.g., stairs or ladders) , Carry objects , Push/Pull , Twisting , Bending , Reaching forward , Reaching overhead , Squat/kneel/crawl , Pinching/fine motor activities , Taste or Smell , Talk or Hear Continuous physical demands include: Lifting Floor to Waist 15 lbs. Lifting Waist Level and Above 10 lbs. Sensory Requirements include: Accurate Near Vision, Accurate Far Vision, Accurate Color Discrimination, Accurate Depth Perception, Accurate Hearing Anticipated Occupational Exposure Risks Include the following: Bloodborne Pathogens , Chemical , Airborne Communicable Disease , Extreme Temperatures , Radiation , Uneven Surfaces or Elevations , Extreme Noise Levels , Dust/Particulate Matter
Keywords: Capital Health, Trenton , Clinical Manager-Community Health, Executive , Trenton, New Jersey
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