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Quality Improvement Specialist

Horizon House Inc

Job Description


Horizon House is a nationally  recognized provider of services to adults with support needs due to developmental  disabilities, behavioral health issues and substance abuse. With over 100 locations throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania and the state of Delaware, Horizon House provides services to a diverse population  focusing on individual strengths and choices.

We are seeking qualified candidates interested  in joining our multidisciplinary Assertive Community

Treatment (ACT) team at our Delaware County location.

  • This position was created to assist in the development, communication, and compliance monitoring of Behavioral Health Services policies and procedures.  


  • This position is responsible for providing reports for outcome trend analysis to identify  patterns and variations in services provided as well as assisting in the development and staff education covering the privacy of, and access to consumer health information in compliance with federal and state laws and Horizon House's information privacy practices.


Horizon House offers competitive compensation and a comprehensive  benefit package including medical and dental, (9) nine paid holidays and generous paid time off, retirement savings plan, tax sheltered annuity, tuition reimbursement and opportunities for advancement.

To be considered an applicant for this position please complete the pre- employment application by going to www.hhinc.org/careers.

Horizon House is an Equal Opportunity Employer--- M/F/Veterans/Disabilities/Sexual Orientation/Gender

Identity.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree preferred  with a minimum  of two (2) years of quality improvement experience or any combination  of experience, education or training that would provide the level of knowledge, skill and ability required.. One year of supervisory experience preferred

  •  Proficient in Microsoft  Office Suite (MS Office, Excel and forms application(s).

  • Knowledge of statistics, data collection, analysis and data presentation.

  • Familiarity with electronic health records preferred

  •  Excellent interpersonal  communication and problem-solving skills.

  •  Familiarity with accreditation and/or state licensure review processes.

  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.

  • Ability to work independently and detail oriented.

  •  Strong organizational analytical skills.

  •  Local travel required.

  • Valid driver's license with and acceptable driving record.

  • Ability to coordinate the BHS Policy and Procedure Manuals. Ensure consistency and compliance with applicable state and county regulations.

  • Ability to provide feedback and work with Directors/staff in the development of focused educational programs on results of auditing and monitoring activities to affected staff and physicians.

  • Knowledge of Behavioral Health Services (BHS) policies and procedures.

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Location US-PA-Swarthmore
Employment Type Full-Time
Pay Type Year
Pay Rate N/A
Store Type Health Care

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Horizon House Inc
Company:
US-PA-Swarthmore
Location:
Full-Time
Employment Type:
Year
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N/A
Pay Rate:
Health Care
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Job Description


Horizon House is a nationally  recognized provider of services to adults with support needs due to developmental  disabilities, behavioral health issues and substance abuse. With over 100 locations throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania and the state of Delaware, Horizon House provides services to a diverse population  focusing on individual strengths and choices.

We are seeking qualified candidates interested  in joining our multidisciplinary Assertive Community

Treatment (ACT) team at our Delaware County location.

  • This position was created to assist in the development, communication, and compliance monitoring of Behavioral Health Services policies and procedures.  


  • This position is responsible for providing reports for outcome trend analysis to identify  patterns and variations in services provided as well as assisting in the development and staff education covering the privacy of, and access to consumer health information in compliance with federal and state laws and Horizon House's information privacy practices.


Horizon House offers competitive compensation and a comprehensive  benefit package including medical and dental, (9) nine paid holidays and generous paid time off, retirement savings plan, tax sheltered annuity, tuition reimbursement and opportunities for advancement.

To be considered an applicant for this position please complete the pre- employment application by going to www.hhinc.org/careers.

Horizon House is an Equal Opportunity Employer--- M/F/Veterans/Disabilities/Sexual Orientation/Gender

Identity.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree preferred  with a minimum  of two (2) years of quality improvement experience or any combination  of experience, education or training that would provide the level of knowledge, skill and ability required.. One year of supervisory experience preferred

  •  Proficient in Microsoft  Office Suite (MS Office, Excel and forms application(s).

  • Knowledge of statistics, data collection, analysis and data presentation.

  • Familiarity with electronic health records preferred

  •  Excellent interpersonal  communication and problem-solving skills.

  •  Familiarity with accreditation and/or state licensure review processes.

  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.

  • Ability to work independently and detail oriented.

  •  Strong organizational analytical skills.

  •  Local travel required.

  • Valid driver's license with and acceptable driving record.

  • Ability to coordinate the BHS Policy and Procedure Manuals. Ensure consistency and compliance with applicable state and county regulations.

  • Ability to provide feedback and work with Directors/staff in the development of focused educational programs on results of auditing and monitoring activities to affected staff and physicians.

  • Knowledge of Behavioral Health Services (BHS) policies and procedures.

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