Develop and implement a Compliance Notification system, and ensure response to notices within five days of notification; ensure the program is in 90% compliance to both the comprehensive chart audit and the annual program regulatory review.
Quality and EHS management experience and knowledge in a Tier 1 or Tier 2 automotive supplier is required. Appropriate skills and knowledge include TS16949, APQP, PPAP, FMEA, internal auditing, third-party audit coordination, root cause analysis, Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, statistically designed experiments, customer complaint investigations, ISO14001, OHSAS18001 and all related EHS standards, tools and practices.
The Manager, Revenue Cycle Training & Quality will manage process standardization efforts across the revenue cycle organization through a focus on policies & procedures, education, and training. Oversee a team of Operations Excellence Specialists and Revenue Cycle Trainers.
Develops and implements methods and procedures for monitoring work activities, such as preparation of records of expenditures and progress reports, in order to inform management of current status or work activities.
Be responsible for project level Quality Control and field level activities including site management, oversight of craft labor and/or subcontractor management, logistics, schedules, sample collection, data analysis and report preparation as required to advance project progress.
Be responsible for direct supervision of clinical staff.Participate in the recruitment, interviewing, selection, and orientation of team members; evaluate their performance relative to job goals/requirements; coach staff and recommends in-service education programs and ensure adherence to internal policies/standards. Manage the assignment of clinical associates.
The Quality Manager will be responsible for driving and promoting a system to assure that all products sold/manufactured to meet customer specifications, contractual and program quality and reliability requirements.
Review all Medicare and other episodic payers clinical records at the local level to assure appropriate documentation for reimbursement. This review includes verification of appropriate documentation, quality of care provided, visits utilization, appropriate contacts with physicians, adherence to the care plan, and evidence of communication between disciplines.
The Quality Manager will establish, maintain and monitor the Quality Management System (QMS) and own the ISO certification process; responsible for the overall management and control of the quality system and provides leadership to the management team on issues relating to quality.
Develop and works with supervisors in all areas such as employee relations, problem solving, setting and achieving goals, manufacturing processes, scheduling, disciplinary action, terminations, equipment problems, etc.
The Quality Manager will establish, maintain and monitor the Quality Management System (QMS) and own the ISO certification process. Responsible for the overall management and control of the quality system and provides leadership to the management team on issues relating to quality.