Senior Quality Analyst
The Senior Quality Analyst develops knowledge of national initiatives (required and voluntary). The Senior Quality Analyst advises and participates in the development of national measures of oncology practice and outcomes, compares Roswell Park performance to national best practices, and forms and manages interdisciplinary matrixed teams focused on Improving clinical processes and outcomes and reducing complications of care. They also collect, validate and analyze data relevant to all related topics including reasons for unplanned readmissions and other failures of patient safety processes, advise on appropriate policies and processes that promote patient safety, patient satisfaction and clinical outcomes, and develop and teach tools that will be useful to those working independently on projects. The Senior Quality Analyst provides data to external regulatory groups relevant to certification and accreditations, works within the context of organization goals, facilitates, measures and reports sequential improvements leading to fully realized strategic improvements, and seeks relevant and appropriate sources of comparison and works to continuously build and refine these source. They consult on and develop clinical and strategic reports for faculty, staff and administration, the Board of Directors, payors, external advisory, accrediting and regulatory groups, maintain current knowledge of and relationship with The Joint Commission, Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Foundation, ACOS, ASCO, Leapfrog, CMS, HANYS and other organizations as appropriate, and acquire and maintain highest levels of certifications (Lean, Six Sigma, Baldrige, Patient Safety etc.)
The applicant must have a Master’s degree and the equivalent of two years of full-time experience as a Quality Analyst in an appropriate setting; or a Bachelor’s degree and the equivalent of four years of full-time experience as a Quality Analyst in an appropriate setting. The preferred candidate will be a registered nurse in NYS.
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