Providence Health & Services Accreditation and Policy Management Analyst - Compliance in Olympia, Washington
Providence is calling a Accreditation and Policy Management Analyst (1.0 FTE, 40 hours per week Day Shift) to work in the Compliance Department covering Centralia Hospital, Centralia, WA as well as Providence St. Peter Hospital in Olympia, WA as well as other off site locations.
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The Accreditation Program/ Policy specialist performs a variety of specialized duties in production, tracking, and documenting policy and procedures for the organization. Duties focus on assisting the directors, managers and supervisors in creating, documenting and archiving policies and procedures for both departmental and organization wide policies.
In this position you will:
Coordinate aspects of policy and procedure development for all departments of the hospital. Serve as initial point of contact for all aspects of policy development, revision, tracking and maintaining archival database:
Demonstrate exceptional customer services skills via telephone, email and in person.
Utilize effective communication skills to respond to customer questions and requests.
Respond to questions and concerns from customers and others on behalf of management.
Initiate monthly tracking data base of policies to be reviewed, revised and/or deleted:
Refer complex questions to Director and/or other resources as appropriate.
Prepare monthly notice of policy status for leaders outlining policies due and overdue for departments under their supervision:
Demonstrate initiative and self-motivation.
Perform word processing; composes correspondence, reports, forms, and other documents. Uses personal computer, copiers, fax, and other office equipment:
Review documents for completion, accuracy, content, and conformance with requirements. Takes actions as appropriate. Maintains documents and filing systems.
Demonstrates office computer skills to operate PC and proficiently use spreadsheet, database, word-processing applications and basic office equipment.
Utilize basic statistical and mathematical skills.
Maintain information in databases by entering data, verifying, updating, monitoring, and generating management and ad hoc reports.
Assist with monitoring regulatory compliance throughout SWSA.
Demonstrate organizational, critical thinking and decision making skills to understand and interpret information and determine a course of action.
Utilize coordination skills to multi-task and effectively coordinate processes, people, and events.
Considerable knowledge of the department’s programs computer systems, databases, and documents. Serves as a resource to others.
Coordinate education and provides information for system changes.
Assist leaders and others with projects as needed by researching, analyzing and compiling information:
Perform planning and coordinating activities such as scheduling meetings and events, preparing materials and presentations for meetings and events.
Work on projects in a support capacity.
Demonstrate initiative to participate in project and team functions and expand knowledge of the area served.
Research skills using library, internet, publications, and other informational sources.
Adhere to standards of practice within the department recognizing learning needs to maximize level of knowledge and expertise:
Complete all mandatory education as required by the Hospital. Maintains log of in-service education hours.
Required qualifications for this position include:
Associate's Degree in Clinical Discipline or Healthcare Related Field OR any clinical discipline with equivalent education and/or experience
Five (5) years of healthcare experience in an acute care or ambulatory care setting (2 of the 5 years with direct patient care
Valid Washington State Drivers license in good standing
Demonstrated time management and priority setting skills
Strong verbal communication and listening skills
Proficient in English written and verbal communication skills
Possesses strong technical aptitude
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
Bachelor's Degree in Clinical Discipline or Healthcare Related Field
Experience leading and coordinating collaborative multidisciplinary partnerships
History of taking effective actions to address issues with main stakeholders
About the hospital you will serve.
Providence St. Peter Hospital is a 390-bed, not-for-profit regional teaching hospital. Located in Olympia, WA, St. Peter offers comprehensive rehabilitation, medical, surgical and behavioral health services. We have been ranked as one of the top 100 hospitals and as one of 10 premier healthcare employers in the nation and have recently achieved the coveted Magnet®" recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Center®. Our hospital rests on a 173- acre campus, much of which includes natural forest and preserved wetlands that maintain a healing environment for patients and staff.
We offer a full comprehensive range of benefits — see our website for details — http://www.providenceiscalling.jobs/rewards-benefits
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Job Category: Quality/Risk/Safety (Non-Clinical)
Req ID: 326958