Healthcare Employment Partners. Jiggs, NV 89815, USA
Mar 27, 2020Full-time
New opening for a Nurse Director of Quality, Risk and Safety in the Northeast area of Nevada in the Central Basin area. Responsibilities of the Nurse Director of Quality, Risk and Safety Facilitates and coordinates hospital wide quality management programs to ensure compliance with Joint Commission, State, Federal and other regulatory requirements. Facilitates compliance with core measures and all process improvement activities. Quality – leading the National Quality Program: which educates entire facility on Foundational 5 (briefs/debriefs/huddles/executive pt. safety rounding/quality learning boards). Leading physician meetings (Med Exec, utilization management, department specific (i.e. OB, Cardio), and preparing and presenting data to the monthly Hospital Board meeting. Preparing for and leading TJC surveys hospital wide. Leading HCAP initiatives to move the needle to better scores, as our is not good at this point. Risk – 70% of this job is coordinating and extracting data for litigation cases, and managing the electronic employee reporting RL Solutions. Safety – Participating in Leap Frog, workers compensation (partnered with HR), CMS reporting. Requirement of the Nurse Director of Quality, Risk and Safety Bachelor’s degree in nursing is required Current (or able to obtain) Nevada RN License required. Leadershup experience working in an acute care setting CPPS and/or CPHQ desirable American Heart Association BLS is required American Heart Association Certifications in Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) required on hire. About the facility: A land of adventure, capable of stretching the limits of your adventure, meeting and/or convention to its fullest. The raw majesty of the Ruby Mountains and the rugged canyon streams will let you discover the unspoiled drama of the West. So whether your next adventure is a short trip up Lamoille Canyon, fishing at Southfork or Wild Horse Reservoirs, an ATV or snowmobiling trip at Merritt Mountain or just enjoying the many activities that the County has to offer, you will discover why "The Adventure Starts Here!" The city sits at an elevation of 5,060 feet. This high desert community experiences four mild annual seasons. Fall is spectacular, heralding in warm days and cool evenings. Winter months bring average high temperatures between 37-43 degrees with lows averaging between 25-31 degrees. Spring months bring warmer temperatures accompanied by cool nights. During the warm summer months the average high falls between 80-90 degrees. Much of the County's precipitation comes in the form of snowfall. The annual average is less than 10 inches. The dry climate provides a moderate climate, making it an ideal year-round vacation spot to experience a variety of recreations and outdoor sports.