The Outcomes Manager is a Registered Nurse working under the direction of the Clinical Outcomes Department Director in partnership with medical staff leadership and the service line Director to achieve improvements in patient outcomes and operational performance and reduce variations in practice.
- Collaborates with Medical Staff departments and Chairs to adopt, track and report compliance with annual Medical Staff goals for area of expertise if applicable
- Utilizes current evidenced based practice to collaborate effectively with multidisciplinary teams in order to redesign operations and clinical practice in support of the organization's strategic initiatives, goals and objectives
- Using Clinical databases and national benchmarks to continuously identify opportunities for improved outcomes, cost reduction, and decreased length of stay by utilization of best practice and current resources
- Performs case review of patient care as defined by performance measures and standards of practice. Facilitate/establish professional peer review process as needed
- As assigned, collaborates with all Outcomes Manager's areas of expertise to create and ensure that order sets, pathways and protocols are initiated and revised in accordance with current evidence based practice using Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE). All orders sets will be compliant with regulatory requirements and National Patient Safety Goals (NPSG)
- Collects, compiles, analyzes, interprets and reports data concurrently using multiple data bases. Acts as Subject Matter Experts (SME) to achieve compliance with network and department goals by trending the collected data and clinical practice
- Appropriately communicates information in accordance with hospital policies and procedures with multidisciplinary teams.
- Organizes and performs work effectively and efficiently in accordance with the mission of the organization
- Registered Nurse with Master's Degree in Nursing or other health-related field
- Current license to practice professional nursing in State of North Carolina
- Strongly encourage attaining Certified professional in Healthcare Quality 9CPHQ)
- Minimum of 5 years nursing experience required including leadership and management
Wilmington, NC is a growing coastal community of around 100,000 people in Southeastern North Carolina. Enjoy living and working where most people vacation. Year-round boating, golf, fishing, tennis, and biking are available. We have a vibrant, historical downtown with excellent restaurants and an active cultural arts community.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center offers a benefits package designed to ensure access to quality healthcare and help you maintain a healthy lifestyle.
- Teaching hospital, regional referral center, and Level II Trauma Center
- Southeastern North Carolina’s largest employer with more than 6,600 employees
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