Group Health Cooperative
Network in support of organizational quality goals. Provides
expert consultation, coaching and training in the application of
clinical tools used to improve population and service outcomes.
Partners with the District Medical Directors and Administrators
with provider service teams to advise and execute on tactics
specific to the contracted Network. Conducts data analysis,
literature and best practice reviews and identifies opportunities
to apply learnings for improvement in clinical practice. Will
identify gaps and provide expert consultation to contracted Network
Leadership team regarding where to focus improvement
Minimum Education Requirements
Bachelor's degree in nursing
Master's degree in Nursing or related health care field.
Minimum Knowledge/Skills Requirements
Intermediate Demonstrated leadership ability, Critical thinking
and analytical skills. Experience in chronic, acute and preventive
healthcare environments.Knowledge of quality improvement
methodologyProject management and facilitation skills.Ability to
understand and interpret clinical performance data.Excellent verbal
and written communication.Excellent computer skills., including use
of EMR (Epic). Knowledge and experience working with various
provider groups and methods utilizing pay for performance.
Intermediate Knowledge of lean principles and application to
clinical improvement.Proficiency in use of EMR, specifically
Minimum Experience Requirements
5 years Five years experience in a health care setting including
non-acute and three years working in and leading quality
Other Experience Prior nursing or other management
Minimum License/Certifications Requirements
For RN, Washington State license
Group Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a
diverse and inclusive workforce.