Intermountain Donor Services (IDS) is a federally designated nonprofit community service organization dedicated to the recovery of organs, tissues, and eyes to be used for life-saving transplants. Our employees help save lives! We offer an attractive salary designed to attract and retain qualified individuals.
Intermountain Donor Services is seeking a full-time Quality Analyst with a solid knowledge base of the quality assurance/improvement field. This position requires excellent attention to detail, organizational skills, and demonstrated knowledge in database development, data query, and reporting. Strong computer and software skills, including word processing, spreadsheet, and database knowledge. Must have excellent interpersonal skills.
Under the direction of the Director of Quality Services, assumes responsibility for the daily coordination of the IDS Quality Assessment/Performance Improvement (QAPI) plan and assists with the implementation of regulatory compliance standards and practices:
Assists the Director of Quality Services with overall implementation of the quality assurance and improvement program. Meets monthly with the Director of Quality Services to review activities, goals, and any significant concerns.
Assumes responsibility for the coordination and operations of organization-wide quality improvement initiatives assuring compliance with regulations and standards of FDA, AATB, AOPO, OPTN, CMS, and applicable organ/tissue organizations. Conducts gap analysis as needed. Attends case review meetings and acts as primary quality contact for clinical operations.
Assumes responsibility for maintaining organization-wide quality improvement operations. Assumes responsibility for ensuring effective performance of quality databases and reporting programs. Determines data trends and variances. Assists with EMR verification as needed. Assists with preparation for performance excellence council. Assumes responsibility for related duties as required or assigned.
Performs comprehensive audits of donor charts and external/internal departments per policy guidelines.
Assists with the document control process. Assists various departments with process mapping, creation and revision of policies, procedures, forms, and additional documents.
All employees are expected to be professional, polite, and positive; assume good intent, be respectful, supportive, share expertise, and facilitate team interactions. Behavior is consistent with IDS values and is reflected both inside and outside the organization.
Qualifications: Must be able to successfully pass a comprehensive background check.
An Associate Degree in applied science or related field preferred; or a combination of directly related education and experience.
Medical/Biology background preferred
Quality Improvement background (ASQ training preferred)
Minimum 2+ years' experience in a quality assurance/improvement environment
Minimum 2+ years' experience in a hospital, research, or related medical background
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT COORDINATOR II, RN Required
Intermountain Donor Services (IDS) is a federally designated nonprofit community service organization dedicated to the recovery of organs and tissues to be used for life saving transplants. Our employees help save lives!
We offer an attractive salary designed to attract and retain individuals willing to accept the challenges and rewards associate...d with saving lives.
Intermountain Donor Services seeks a full-time Quality Improvement Coordinator II with an advanced level of reviewing medical records, writing policies, conducting audits, and trending/analyzing data. This position requires excellent attention to detail, organizational skills, and the ability to work closely with medical professionals, leadership, organ recovery employees, and outside community partners in a professional and competent manner.
Under the leadership of the Director, Quality and Data Systems, assumes responsibility for the daily coordination of the IDS Quality Assessment/Performance Improvement Plan, and assists with the implementation of regulatory compliance standards and practices:
• Performs internal and external audits for all aspects of the organization, ensuring regulatory, operational, and documentation standards are followed.
• Assist with positive serology/possible disease transmission notifications to applicable agencies.
• Assist with the IDS non-conformance Corrective and Preventative Action (CAPA) system (events, adverse events, complaints, process/product deviation reporting, auditing trends, etc.).
• Assist with the development of policies, procedures, and programs that further regulatory compliance within the organization.
• Coordinating quality improvement services and maintaining effective working relationships with directors, managers, supervisor and clinical staff.
Qualifications: Must have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Successful applicant must be able to pass a comprehensive background check.
• Registered Nurse required
• Preference may be given to those certified by the American Society for Quality.
• Advanced knowledge of anatomy and medical terminology.
• Computer literate and knowledge of database applications.
• Knowledge of organ and tissue transplant field.
• Basic knowledge of ethical and legal requirements and standards related to the privacy of protected health information.
• A minimum of 3+ years experience in a quality improvement environment.
• Minimum of 2+ years experience in a hospital or related medical background.