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Care Coordinator

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Department: Quality
Reports to: Regional Director of Quality
Status: Exempt

Job Summary:

Supports the Gulf South Quality Network, L.L.C. (GSQN) clinical integration network by utilizing data from various technology tools to educate its physician members about their quality and utilization performance.  The Care Coordinator will focus on member receiving inpatient care in most appropriate setting and facilitates transfer to alternative levels of care through comprehensive discharge planning activities.  Additionally, the Care Coordinator will assists in identifying patients appropriate for case management and disease management programs as well as utilize cost effective resources and assess quality of care through the CMO.

 

Essential Functions:

  • Performs on site continued stay reviews to validate appropriate levels of care and develop a realistic discharge plan that will facilitate continuation of care at the most appropriate level.  Review will include quality of care, utilization pattern, and compliance with policy guidelines
  • Identify and plan all follow up to hospital treatment alternatives, discharge arrangements, utilization of cost effective and contracted provider interventions to prevent or reduce hospital readmissions
  • Meet with hospitalist or CMO for review of daily census as required
  • Attends and participates in daily discharge planning or team meetings as required
  • Develop referrals to appropriate resources to assist member and/or caregiver in continuation of care in an outpatient setting
  • Meet with patient and/or caregiver to identify potential barriers to discharge to an alternate level of care as required
  • Attends case review with Regional Director and provides status updates as required
  • Attends medical management meetings and staff meetings as required

 

Minimum Requirements:

  • Diploma or degree in Nursing required; BSN preferred.
  • A current license to practice in the state of Louisiana is required.  
  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in a clinical or similar setting is also required.  
  • Previous managed care experience or case management experience is highly preferred.  
  • Computer skills are required.  
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills are a must.  
  • Candidate must be able to effectively interact with multifaceted medical professional staff.  
  • Understanding of HMO and third party administration is preferred.  

Understanding of home health, long term acute care, and rehabilitation care regulations is preferred.  

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Process Improvement Implementation Specialist

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Department: Quality
Reports to: Director of Process Improvement
Status: Exempt

Job Summary:

The Implementation Specialist will supports the Gulf South Quality Network, L.L.C. (GSQN) clinical integration network by being responsible for the successful implementation of process improvement programs and solutions on projects as assigned. Work under the direction of the Director of Process Improvement to configure, create, test and deliver the solution, and implementation plan, in accordance with the project plan. Prepare implementation status reports for project managers, as required, for internal management.

Essential Functions:

  • Test systems during implementation to ensure a quality product. Document defects and resolution approach. Work collaboratively with other team members to resolve issues.
  • Conduct user training sessions and provide procedural guides to users
  • Maintain confidentiality of HIPPA data
  • Recommend work standards by studying operational requirements and methods, identifying improvements, and communicating suggestions to team members.
  • Provide both internal and external feedback to improve processes and procedures.
  • Act as project manager; manage timeline, deliverables of a project, process improvement implementation, training and support to physician office staff, quality analyst, and population health nurse.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 5+ years of experience leading clients projects that involved business process change and organizational change
  • One to three years of work experience in healthcare or EMRs preferred
  • Experience in business and solution development, project management, and project delivery
  • Experience developing complex, project plans to meet business objectives
  • Proven experience in project change management
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Proficient in MS Project
  • Must have a strong customer service orientation and the ability to work well under pressure in an efficient and timely manner
  • Must handle confidential information in a responsible manner
  • Some travel required

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Process Improvement Analyst

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Department: Quality
Reports to: Director of Process Improvement
Status: Exempt

Job Summary:

The Process Improvement Analyst (PIA) will manage assigned projects across the Network leading the team to accomplish network objectives.  The PIA will pursue and implement innovative approaches to quality project implementation, systems, training, analysis of data to support the GSQN team at all levels of the organization. The PIA will manage, support, and assist the regional team in all project implementations, process improvement initiatives and the GSQN strategic vision.

The PIA will be responsible for project development and quality process improvement initiative management of regional and all local chapter’s initiatives, projects and goals by applying business and quality management knowledge and analytical techniques to positively impact the efficiency of regional and local chapter business operations.  Additionally, the PIA will support the Population Health Nurse in the ambulatory setting to implement quality improvement programs.

Essential Functions:

  • Quality data analysis to manage trends, opportunities for GSQN payor contracts
  • Manages quality process improvement initiatives and reports out on progress of specific projects designed to improve network performance
  • Assist in building quality and operational reports to communicate to the leadership of GSQN and the leadership of each individual hospital
  • Keeps GSQN Leadership informed of all Implementation programs and activities
  • Assist in the development and maintenance of GSQN policy and procedure manuals
  • Assist in Physician scorecard production
  • Supports the regional team staff to effectively coordinate, execute and implement regional network and local chapter priorities
  • Supports quality, operational and strategic decisions through the collection, analysis, interpretation and communication of information to key decision makers
  • Assist on Developing and maintaining standards for training, documentation and reporting
  • Assist in creating training material for physicians on the technology tool’s operational capability as well as the quality initiatives established by GSQN
  • Represents GSQN on designated hospital committees
  • Safeguards GSQN documents as necessary
  • Support GSQN’s mission, vision, and culture in realizing the organization’s strategic plan

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor degree preferred or a minimum of 3 – 5 years health-Care analysis work experience
  • Familiar with technology databases and report writing software highly preferred
  • Must be highly organized and must be able to use time efficiently to prioritize and plan work activities
  • Excellent communication skills; must be able to speak and write clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations
  • Excellent presentation skills when conducting meetings, leading a team or working with peers.   Candidate will demonstrate the ability to manage physician relationships including their office staff with minimal supervision  
  • Ability to interact with physicians, nurse practitioners, hospital leadership and others involved with GSQN
  • Proficiency in word, excel, power point, multiple database maintenance, process flowcharting, and graphic applications required
  • Possess and demonstrates excellent communication skills, initiative, tact, diplomacy, analytical skills, and writing skills
  • Ability to handle details and follow-up
  • Must have a strong customer service orientation and the ability to work well under pressure in an efficient and timely manner
  • Must handle confidential information in a responsible manner
  • Some travel required

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Population Health Nurse

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Department: Quality
Reports to: Regional Director of Process Improvement
Status: Exempt

Job Summary:

The Population Health Nurse (PHN) will Support the Gulf South Quality Network, L.L.C. (GSQN) clinical integration network by providing network development expertise as a facilitator, change agent, leader and researcher.  As an integral member of the healthcare team, the PHN works to ensure the safety, best practices, and high quality standards of care are maintained across the Network. The PHN will be responsible for the oversight and collaboration with other members of the quality team to develop process improvement initiatives and monitor the implementation across the Network.  The focus is on improving patient experience and outcomes centered on evidence-based, data analytics driven activities/registries/reports for the defined patient population. The PHN will serves as point of reference and communication hub throughout the Network.   Additionally, the PHN will be responsible for the supervision of the GSQN Medical Office Assistants (MOA) that are part of the quality team.  The PHN will work primarily in the ambulatory setting, working with physician practices; cultivating a relationship with physician staff and will serve as an extension of that office staff.  The PHN will be a patient advocate for members associated with GSQN’s quality programs.

 

Job Duties:

  • Designing, enhancing and evaluating process improvement programs in conjunction with Regional Network staff to facilitate process improvement that promotes improved quality of care across the Network
  • Coordinating process improvement plans in alignment with Network initiatives while fostering a positive environment of change
  • Supervision of the GSQN MOAs that support continuity of care and market share initiatives  
  • Evaluating process improvement programs to determine effectiveness
  • Report findings of process improvement programs
  • Serve as patient advocate / navigator for healthcare
  • Work one on one with physician practices to manage GSQN populations

 

Job Qualifications:

  • A minimum of three years of experience as registered nurse, required
  • Strong communication skills
  • Knowledge of effective applications of quality resources, clinical guidelines, and process management initiatives
  • Knowledge of clinical quality and outcomes management concepts and methodologies
  • Strong computer and software skills required
  • Self-starter, goal directed with ability to work independently and stay focused without on-site supervision
  • Ability to communicate effectively with agency staff, upper management and other members of the health care team
  • One or more years of experience in ambulatory care or community health nursing, preferred
  • Demonstrated skills in teaching, communication, problem-solving, and project management required
  • Process improvement training a plus
  • Travel Required

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Medical Office Assistant

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Department: Quality
Reports to: Population Health Nurse / Care Coordinator

Job Summary:

The Medical Office Assistant (MOA) will support the Gulf South Quality Network, L.L.C. (GSQN) clinical integration network by assessing and managing information from multiple data sources such as census reports, emergency department utilization, and gaps in care reports.  The MOA will work in multiple databases to manage patient population, prioritize outreach and offer clerical support to the Care Coordinators.

Job Duties:

  • Telephonic member outreach to ensure patient follow-up with PCP and complete treatment plan
  • Promote “Care in the Right Setting”
  • Maintain records of case management activities in Medecision tool
  • Refer members to Population Health Nurse, as needed
  • Assist Population Health Nurse and Quality Analyst in quality initiatives

 

Job Qualifications:

  • A minimum of three years of experience working in a medical office
  • Certified as a medical assistant
  • Strong communication, organizational, and administrative skills
  • Strong computer and software skills required
  • Self-starter, goal directed with ability to work independently and stay focused without on-site supervision
  • Ability to communicate effectively with agency staff, upper management and other members of the health care team
  • Ability to Prioritize Workload

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