The Clinical Risk Specialist will perform MDR/adverse event reporting, evaluate clinical use of product, analyze data to reduce occurrence/risk, analyze adverse events/complaint trends, and respond to regulatory inquiries.
Coaches staff and others and utilizes advanced communication skills. Mentors and coaches professional development. Provides expert nursing consultation to nurses, physicians, patients and families and others to promote quality care. Effectively communicates with the multidisciplinary team.
The Clinical Quality Assurance Specialist is responsible for providing a high level of expert support and feedback across various Departments; the CQAS role is also responsible for auditing, reporting and maintaining records of QA documentation.
This position works collaboratively with users of clinical information systems, with IS department, and all other departments or groups to optimize information management and communications to support clinicians as they improve the health of populations, communities, families, and individuals.
Work with regional and divisional management to develop and implement best practices for documentation and coding of homecare and hospice services. Provide staff training for new ur initiatives and monitors the performance of individual branches.
The Clinical Nurse Specialist serves as a resource in his/her specialty for all members of the health care team and champions evidence-based practice and performance improvement to advance the science of nursing in his/her specialty and improve patient care interventions/outcomes.
The CS is responsible for developing, coordinating, and assuring implementation of corporate scientific and clinical strategies to these thought leaders within academic, clinical, and healthcare organizations.