Clinical Risk Manager (FT) - McLeod Loris Seacoast (20190997)

Maintain a professional image and exhibits excellent customer relations to patients, visitors, physicians, and co-workers in accordance with our Service Excellence Standards and Core Values. Participates in the clinical analysis of records, in a concurrent and retrospective manner, to ascertain quality of care for a specific patient population.
Participate in the scope of service of the Quality & Safety Division as it relates to risk management, quality improvement activities.
Conduct and leads Root Cause Analysis, participates in FMEA, and assists in development of corrective action plans in collaboration with an interdisciplinary team
Uses problem analysis skills and critical thinking to collect, review, and analyze data, develop and write reports.
Initiates clinical review and investigation of specific events
Utilize skills to collect patient care data, summarize data, formulate reports
Manage the Quality Case Log and Follow Up items
Assists with the Quality Operations Committee meeting
Participates in improvement initiatives as assigned.
Responsible for the Medical Staff Performance Review Processes including peer review and PPE/FPPE
Coordinates clinical data for the purpose of developing data into useable, understandable, information (trend data, analysis of data) to improve processes throughout the hospital.
Manages facility event/incident reporting system. Works with Corporate Risk Department to aggregate trends and report to Quality & Safety Committee as scheduled.
Assists legal counsel to coordinate the investigation and defense of claims against the facility and staff.
Responds to patient/family/visitor's needs, questions, concerns, problems and/or complaints in a compassionate, professional, timely and effective manner.
Responsible for facilitating service recovery and communicating patient/family/guest's needs, questions, concerns, problems and/or complaints to the appropriate staff members.
Work Schedule: 80 hours bi-weekly
Required Skills
Minimum three years nursing experience & five years total healthcare related work experience.
Able to efficiently use databases, electronic health records and Microsoft Office Suite.
Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
Must be able to think critically & problem solve; detail oriented
Must be able to work independently
Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills
Able to relate to young adults, middle adults and older adults.
Licenses and/or Certifications: Registered Nurse in South Carolina or other compact state
Minimal Education: Bachelor's Degree in Nursing and/or working toward Bachelor's degree.

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