Minnesota Oncology Hematology PA Quality Program Lead (1.0 FTE) in St. Paul, Minnesota

Minnesota Oncology has an exciting opportunity for a Quality Program Lead (1.0 FTE) Centralized Business Office - St. Paul Minnesota Oncology offers its employees an exciting, fast-paced, and challenging work environment. We are currently looking for an individual with passion for the healthcare field and someone that can commit to personal accountability and integrity. An ideal candidate will also have excellent oral and written communication skills with an ability to collaborate and work in a team-based environment. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Coordinate and Lead Quality Program - Lead performance and strategic foci of supportive care services, including Palliative Care, Survivorship, Advance Care Planning, Sexual Health, and Patient Experience. Chair committee meetings, draft and disseminate meeting minutes, and complete action items. Ensure readiness and compliance with accreditation agencies, state, federal, and payer quality reporting requirements. Create policies and programs that ensure quality care, minimize harm, enhance the patient experience, and promote the Triple Aim of Health Care. Implement and execute monitoring and control plans through chart audits and creation and distribution of reports. Collaborate with Quality Medical Director, Director of Managed Care and Quality, physicians and staff to ensure optimal and efficient quality improvement. Demonstrate the capacity to communicate effectively with leadership, providers, staff, and public. Performs other duties and professional responsibilities as required. Quality Improvement Activities Support organization by leading improvement projects, managing projects and utilizing formal quality improvement tactics to drive performance and change. Employ recognized change management techniques. Work with the staff to promote quality practices. Data Collection and Reporting - Assist with data collection and analysis related to Quality Improvement Activities. Evaluate data for patterns and trends in health care delivery, patient satisfaction, compliance with best practices (any applicable regulations) and for effectiveness and efficiency. Compile study findings and report to appropriate stakeholders within appropriate timeframes. ADDITIONAL ATTRIBUTES: Self-starter Strong organizational skills to successfully prioritize tasks and meet deadlines Resourceful and strong desire to learn Adaptability and flexibility Ability to Multi-task Innovative Ability to work independently and collaboratively Comfortable working with data; running reports, working in EMR, preparing graphs/reports based on data REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor s degree preferred. Minimum of five years experience in health care quality improvement, change management, and project management. Experience in oncology, MIPS, oncology medical home, and QOPI preferred. PC Skills, proficient in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint, preferred proficiency in Crystal reports. Category: Administrative The US Oncology Network is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.