DQM Data Administrator - #337723
Date: 07/22/2021 17:00 PM
City: Fort Wayne, Indiana
Contract type: Full Time
Work schedule: Full Day
Works independently and is responsible for process, methodology and database administration to house clinical cancer information for multiple tumor sites, cancer pathology, and for the Parkview Cancer Institute branding and quality metrics. Facilitates coordination of data information through reporting from multiple systems, i.e. WEBI, Workbench, Epic, Oncolog, Excel and/or current/retrospective chart review. Develops and implements strategies to improve clinical documentation; maintains expertise in all required applications to be able to collate and analyze needed data for PCI initiatives. At the discretion of the DQM Manager works closely with physician and operational leadership to identify, develop, and implement process improvement initiatives driven by data. Has oversight and responsibility to produce timely, valid, reliable data
Oversees Joint Commission readiness within the PCI facility and maintains expertise of requirements. Leads monthly auditing of facility departments with department leaders and staff; provides gap analysis and follow-up to conclusion to ensure regulatory readiness in hospital outpatient departments and ambulatory settings. Creates audits and enters data into the Verge database; provides status reports to executive leadership
Maintains expertise, data tracking, and reporting to ensure compliance with certification requirements as designated by executive leadership for CoC, NAPRC, and NAPBC
Works closely with physician leaders within the Parkview Cancer Institute, throughout Parkview, and with our affiliate MD Anderson. At the discretion of the DQM Manager, acts as a data/process coordinator with physician leadership to collaborate and deliver on the annual physician chair clinical quality objectives as outlined by the hospital President. Works collaboratively with research to identify patient populations when considering cancer study designs.
Requires an Associate's Degree in Healthcare or related field.
Must have at least 3 years of experience in healthcare-related field, database experience, and demonstrable proficiency in Excel. Prefer experience with healthcare related applications.
Must be able to demonstrate an above average understanding of data analysis and the importance of data integrity. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must have lean or process improvement knowledge. Must have excellent customer service skills. Must be detailed oriented and perform tasks at a high rate of accuracy. Must be able to comply with Parkview's Standards of Behavior. Proficient computer and technical skills necessary in order to perform the tasks required, including advanced knowledge of information systems, database, and spreadsheet applications.
Location: Parkview Health · PCI Data Quality & Metrics
Schedule: Full Time Benefit Eligible, Days, Flexible