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Working under the Director of Quality Management, the Quality and Safety Nurse has the responsibility to review triggers in the Risk Trigger Monitoring platform and report results to various committees, work groups, physicians and leadership. This position will work extensively with hospital leadership to share findings, confirm solutions and measure results of safety initiatives. This position may be involved in the work groups; however, their primary focus is on the review of triggers and identification of harm and the presenting of information to improve patient outcomes. This position will evaluate care according to evidence based practices.
In some areas, this position will have responsibilities at one hospital while in other areas, this position will cover multiple hospitals in a service area. The Regional Quality and Safety Nurse is a temporary position, designed to support service areas in achieving the deliverables in the Hospital Engagement Network contract. The position is funded through September 30, 2018 with potential of an additional year (ending September 30, 2019.
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