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Performance Improvement Specialist

Join our team today and immerse yourself in a rewarding career for years to come!
As the Performance Improvement Specialist, you will work in the Quality Assurance/Performance Improvement department in Mt. Holly, Burlington County, NJ.
Responsibilities:
Under the direct supervision of the Chief of Quality and Health Integration, the Performance Improvement Specialist will be responsible for, but not limited to, the following:
At both an organizational and program level, working with managers to establish key performance indicators, performance targets, and dashboards for performance monitoring using nationally recognized measures, benchmarks and tools whenever possible
Helping programs understand how to run reports, interpret data, make conclusions, and shape work.
Analyzing and trending organizational data to identify system-wide and program-specific opportunities for improvement in a variety of areas; and using data to drive performance improvement efforts.
Working with managers to evaluate the effectiveness of improvement initiatives
Working with program leadership and MIS department to determine the best means of collecting and data and creating reports; and ensuring that the organization is able to report on key outcome measures required by a funder or grant (e.g. SAMHSA CCBHC, CABHI grants
Working with programs and MIS to define clinical pathways and related clinical decision support tools, which will promote the best outcomes.
Contributing to evaluation requirements of SAMHSA, the state or other funders, including CCBHC, Behavioral Health Home and CABHI.
Preparing reports on performance improvement according to CARF standards.
Contributing to the Annual Appraisal of the QA plan;
Serving on agency committees that are supported by the Quality Department.
Other job related duties as assigned.
Benefits:
Competitive salary
Medical and dental insurance
Vision plan
Retirement plan
Flexible spending plans
EXCELLENT time benefits
Opportunity for personal and career growth
Team oriented environment ? we practice the FISH! Philosophy
Requirements
Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree in Behavioral Health/Healthcare field; Master's Degree preferred
Minimum three (3) years of relevant experience in a behavioral health or healthcare position, involving outcome measurement and working with teams to use data to drive performance improvement
Knowledge of behavioral health services and implementation of evidence based approaches
Knowedge of data collection, data analysis methodology, and performance improvement methods, with a record of leading successful improvement projects
Occaisional travel to various locations within the field
All positions require a valid driver's license in good standing, pre-employment drug screening and criminal background check. Oaks Integrated Care considers applicants for all positions without regard to: race; color; religion; sex; national origin; age; sexual orientation; marital or veteran status; the presence of a medical condition, genetic information or handicap, unrelated to performing the tasks of the job; or any other legally protected status.
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