This position is responsible for supervising clinical staff involved in a variety of clinical operations such as utilization management, case management and/or disease management. Responsible for hiring, training, performance reviews, pay administration, change management and ensuring staff meet/exceeds goals and initiatives.
In this role, you will be responsible for the maintenance of clinical records and files to comply with Conditions of Participation (COPs), using measurements, as licensure, certification, and accreditation results.
In this role, you will be responsible for supporting and driving quality standards through meeting all ESRD regulatory requirements and the practice of Quality Assessment and Improvement (QAI), including use of QAI tools.
In this role, you will managing the clinical study timelines, deliverables and risks, working with the client and Business Services to finalize the project budget and scope, serving as primary contact with client to ensure appropriate communication, managing project budget, and participate in internal and external meetings.
In this role, the selected candidate will provide oversight for appropriate and compliant clinical episodic reimbursement; participate in the recruitment, interviewing, selection, and orientation of team members.
As a clinical supervisor of our hemodialysis team, the natural leader we select will provide direction, inspiration, and counseling to staff members, and coordinate all aspects of care, from admission to discharge. In addition, this individual will hire, train, lead a team, and ensure quality control and compliance with laws and regulations.
Responsible for supporting and driving FMS quality standards through meeting all ESRD regulatory requirements and the practice of Quality Assessment and Improvement (QAI), including use of FMS QAI tools.
The Senior Project Manager will lead the cross functional project teams including clinical operations, data management, biostatistics, medical writing and clinical QA, to ensure quality, on-time and within budget deliverables for primarily Phase II-IV clinical trials.