October 27, 2020
The Health Care Improvement Foundation (HCIF) is seeking a Director of Clinical Improvement. This position is responsible for designing, delivering and evaluating certain HCIF clinical and quality improvement programs under the supervision of the Vice President of Clinical Improvement and in collaboration with HCIF’s clinical advisors, partners and other stakeholders. This role provides support for HCIF’s clinical project portfolio and other HCIF programs as requested.
Candidates for consideration must have a MSN or Master’s in related field. Individuals must have at least five years of healthcare experience in quality and patient safety in a hospital or other healthcare setting. Must have experience in project management and multi-organizational initiatives resulting in improved healthcare outcomes. Must be able to apply quality improvement methodologies and have a working knowledge of applied statistics, research methods and web-based tools. Must be able to engage physicians and other disciplines in collaborative improvement initiatives as well as possess experience in grant writing and business development. Successful candidate will be able to analyze, summarize and present clinical and community health data. In addition, must possess excellent facilitation, written, and verbal communication and presentation skills. Strategic planning, budgets, contracts as well as proficiency in Microsoft office, and software applications in statistics, surveys, graphic presentations, spreadsheets, project management and database management are required.
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Founded in 1980, the Philadelphia-based Health Care Improvement Foundation (HCIF) is an independent nonprofit organization that drives high-value health care through stakeholder collaboration and targeted quality improvement initiatives. We are dedicated to the vision of a responsive, coordinated health care delivery system that fulfills the needs of patients and consumers, and achieves better health. HCIF’s approach engages multi-stakeholder resources to implement solutions that no market participant could achieve individually. Since its inception, HCIF has been recognized as an outstanding example of how advances in quality care can be achieved through large-scale collaboration.
The Board of Directors is composed of leaders representing health systems, health payers, the business community, and the public health sector; plus two consumer representatives. HCIF maintains a staff of eleven (11) professionals and is supported by contributions from hospitals and health systems, government grants, contracts, partnerships with corporate sources and payers, and donations from foundations and individual donors.