This position is responsible for the coordination of the organization's Risk Management Program. Key functions within the program include:
o Coordination of Safety/Occurrence reporting process.
o Analysis and trending of data, formulation and implementation of risk reduction strategies.
o Provide in-service training to employees and medical staff to enhance safety awareness and their role in preserving the Center's assets and reducing liability exposure.
o Coordinating reporting of patient care-related incidents to the Agency for Healthcare Administration, Department of Health and FDA as required by law. Directs investigation and development of corrective action plans. Submits required reports to state and federal agencies.
o Interact with legal counsel, insurance carrier, third party administrators and patient/family to affect timely settlement of claims.
Support the Enterprise Wide Risk Management program in furtherance of the mission, vision, and strategic goals of the Center.
The Ideal Candidate:
Professional knowledge of Risk Management Program design and operations and a working knowledge of governmental and Joint Commission regulations.
Strong computer skills – Microsoft Office Suite and a basic understanding of relational data bases.
Excellent interpersonal, communication, presentation and analytical skills.
Adaptive to change, responsive to organizational needs, teamwork and customer focus skills.
Coordination of Safety/Occurrence reporting, investigation and follow-up.
Analysis and trending of data throughout the enterprise. Conduct root cause analysis and formulate and coordinate enterprise-wide implementation of risk reduction strategies.
Provide enterprise-wide risk management in-service training to employees and medical staff to enhance safety awareness in their role in preserving the Center's assets and reducing liability exposure.
Coordinate reporting of patient care related incidents to State and Federal agencies
Interacts with legal counsel, insurance carriers, third party administrators and patient/family members to affect timely settlement of claims.
Bachelor's degree in Healthcare, Risk Management, Quality and Safety or related field of study.
Minimum of three (3) years' experience in a healthcare related field – preferably that the experience has an emphasis in Risk Management and patient Safety Focus.
Master's Degree in Healthcare, Risk Management, Quality and Safety, LHRM and/or RN
Internal Number: 28061
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H. Lee Moffitt Cancer CenterTampa, FloridaNon Profit Hospital