HCA, Hospital Corporation of America Children’s Surgical Verification Manager in Denver, Colorado
*Children’s Surgical Verification (CSV) Manager* *Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children*
We are seeking a *_Children’s Surgical Verification (CSV) Manager_ for our center to ensure that we continue to provide all patients with high quality, efficient care. We are an amazing team that works hard to support each other and are seeking a phenomenal addition like you who feels patient care is as meaningful as we do. We want you to apply now!*
We offer you an excellent total compensation package, including competitive salary, excellent benefit package and growth opportunities. We believe in our team and your ability to do excellent work with us. Your benefits include 401k, PTO medical, dental, flex spending, life, disability, tuition reimbursement, employee discount program, employee stock purchase program and student loan repayment. We would love to talk to you about this fantastic opportunity.
Healthcare Corporation of America (HCA) is a community of 94,000 Registered Nurses and 38,000 active physicians. We have over 1,900 facilities ranging from hospitals, freestanding ER’s, ambulatory surgery centers, and urgent care clinics. Our facility based staff continues to raise the bar in patient care. Ten HCA hospitals have been named in IBM Watson Health’s top 100 best-performing hospitals based on patient satisfaction and operational data.
Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center, located in the Uptown neighborhood in Denver, CO, we provide the most advanced care for patients across the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains. We are proud to serve our community with experienced physicians who offer a wide range of medical services for patients of all ages.
Since delivering our first baby in 1882 at St. Luke’s Hospital, we have focused on providing exceptional baby care. Today, P/SL offers the region’s most advanced maternal-fetal care, focusing on rare conditions that put mothers and their developing babies at high-risk. The Advanced Cardiac Center at P/SL is known as a major heart hospital, recognized several times over the American Heart Association for excellence and for its success in implementing a higher standard of cardiac care that effectively improves treatment of patients hospitalized for heart disease.
While the tools are ever changing and our ability to care for patients is always advancing, one things remains constant - putting our patients first, with quality, respect, safety and teamwork.
Facts at a Glance: The Rocky Mountain Hospitals for Children at P/SL's 84-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is the largest in the Region. Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center leaves a legacy of over 135 years of exceptional medical care Over 80 specialties and 1,000 specialists and primary care physicians Three Year Accreditation with Commendation from the Commission on Cancer The Joint Commission Accreditation 18-bed OR embraces diversity and learning Robotics: 3 da Vinci Xi and 1 Medrobotics systems – least invasive surgery options
- Provides Leadership for the on-going growth and development of the Children’s Surgical Verification Program and Specialty Projects.
- Provides high-level administrative support to stabilize the complex network of many disciplines that work in concert to provide high-quality children’s surgical care and specialty projects – Pediatric Stem Cell Transplant. Serve as an internal resource for staff in all departments, and act as an extended liaison for other system entities.
- Assists Medical Directors of Pediatric Surgery, Anesthesia and Stem Cell Transplant with day-to-day responsibility for process and performance improvement activities across the continuum of children’s surgical and specialty projects. Includes assisting in planning and implementation of clinical protocols and practice management guidelines, monitoring care of in hospital patients.
- Manages, as appropriate, the operational and personnel of the children’s surgical program. Serve as a liaison to administration and represent the children’s surgical and specialty projects on various hospital and community committees to enhance and foster optimal care management.
- Supervise collection, coding, and developing processes for validation and analysis of data. Design and oversee the data collection to facilitate performance improvement activities, trend reports, and research while protecting confidentiality.
- Monitor clinical processes, outcomes, and system issues related to the quality of care provided; develop quality filters, audits, and case reviews; identify trends and sentinel events; and help outline remedial actions while maintaining confidentiality.
- Involvement in research projects, analysis, and distribution of findings. Facilitate protocol design for accurate data collection, feedback, and analysis, and understand the requirements of research oversight. Attend and prepare audits and analysis for Performance Improvement and Patient Safety (PIPS), Morbidity & Mortality conferences and others as required.
- Coordinates with outreach to provide intra-facility and regional professional staff development, participate in case review, implement practice guidelines, and direct community-education programs.
- Participate in the development of children’s surgical care systems and pediatric hematology/oncology and stem cell transplant at the community, state, provincial, or national levels.
- Maintains knowledge and assures adherence to JC, ACoS Children’s Surgery Verification and FACT Standards. Serves as the key quality contact for the Pediatric Programs. Coordinates accreditation applications and certification process and annual report submission, may also support adult program in regulatory/quality initiatives.
- May coordinate the development and review of programmatic policies and procedures. Collaborates with programmatic nursing leadership to verify education and review of policies and procedures.
- Actively promotes full integration between multidisciplinary quality systems – Children’s Surgical Verification, Anesthesia, Hospital Quality Management, Rocky Mountain Pediatric Surgery, Adult Stem Cell/IECT Program (CBCI) and Pediatric Stem Cell Program, Cellular Therapeutics Laboratory and Rocky Mountain Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Outpatient Clinic.
- Supports opportunities for networking or collaboration with national organizations related to patient care (ACS, COG, LLS, PBMTC, SCRI, SCBCN). Leads or supports quality research and improvement initiatives internally and as a representative of the organization for national or multi-site quality projects.
- Prepares Requests for Information from all pertinent insurance carriers for Stem Cell Transplant (Adult and Pediatric).
- Oversight of Contract Review and submission to ECO under the direction of the Executive Director of Cancer Care Services and with involvement of all pertinent Cancer Care stakeholders (Adult and Pediatric).
- Strategic planning for the growth and development of the Pediatric HSCT Program as appropriate to clinical needs (IECT, AYA, LTFU and Vaccination Programs
Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center expects our Code of Conduct Value Statements to be reflected in the way every employee interacts with co-workers, patients and family members, and with others in the community.
- We recognize and affirm the unique and intrinsic worth of each individual
- We treat all those we serve with compassion and kindness
- We act with absolute honesty, integrity and fairness in the way we conduct our business and the way we live our lives.
- We trust our colleagues as valuable members of our healthcare team and pledge to treat one another with loyalty, respect and dignity
If you are looking for an opportunity that provides satisfaction and personal growth, we encourage you to apply. We promptly review all applications. If you are highly qualified you will hear from one of our managers. Come unlock the possibilities and apply today!
Current CPHQ Certification Preferred or must obtain within 3 years of hire.
Bachelor’s Degree required
A minimum of 8 years of experience Quality Management or Regulatory affairs is required. 8 years previous clinical experience in Pediatric Oncology, BMT or surgery is required. Project Management experience in a healthcare setting is preferred.
- Current knowledge of regulatory requirements.
- Strong Analytical Skills and ability to collect, analyze, interpret and prepare data for presentation to hospital and physician leadership.
- Ability to organize projects and collaborate across several service lines/departments is essential.
- Most responsibilities/duties are performed independently.
- Program Representation at National/International Conferences (American College of Surgeons, Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant Consortium/Children’s Oncology Group Meetings, National Marrow Donor Program (Be the Match) and TCT Tandem Meetings). Maintenance of Continuing education in Pediatric Surgery (16 hours annually), Hematology/Oncology/Transplant and Quality Management.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, *gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.*
Job: *Directors & Managers
Title: *Children’s Surgical Verification Manager *
Location: Colorado-Denver-Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children
Requisition ID: 25705-96015