Corporate Quality Assurance Director

Most WorkSource offices are now serving customers in-person AND virtually. Please contact the location nearest you to get help finding your next career or educational opportunity! Search thousands of jobs on WorkSource Washington: Title, keyword, or job number Where Corporate Quality Assurance Director Job in Spokane Valley, Washington US Corporate Quality Assurance Director Incyte Diagnostics – Spokane Valley, WA Posted: 4/17/2023-Expires: 7/16/2023 Job ID: 256067680 Apply Now I have already applied Save Job  Print  Email  Share Job Description Every day we provide vital information that helps our clients and patients understand their health. Our team of expert pathologists believe in a collaborative approach to patient care centered on outstanding quality diagnostics and service to the Northwest medical community. Not only do we bolster our community, but we also provide numerous resources to our employees in which help bring balance to the complexities of work and personal life through our wellness programs. If you are passionate about helping people and have a drive for service, then Incyte Diagnostics could be a great next career step!We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package* which includes medical, dental, and vision benefits, life and disability benefits, a retirement plan, paid holidays, PTO/vacation benefits, and floating holidaysLocation: Corporate office, Spokane Valley, WATravel: Ability to travel (25%)Summary: The Corporate Quality Assurance and Safety Director provides overall leadership and direction for quality management planning efforts across the Pathology and Laboratory Service Lines. Also, for creating a culture of safety to reduce safety related incidents. Responsibilities include collaborative planning of quality management with pathologists, managers, supervisors and other operational leaders, employee engagement in the quality process, planning and electronic document control of quality plans, developing and measuring metrics to gauge progress, and ensure quality initiatives are sustained throughout all divisions of the organizationResponsibilities:Oversees the daily workflow and leadership of the departmentAssists in educating new staff, including physicians, about QI systems and requirementsPlans, designs, implements, and maintains a comprehensive clinical practice continuous quality improvement (CQI) program including utilization management and risk managementLeads the Safety Committee and Emergency Response Team and oversees the enterprise-wide safety program at all levelsOversees the implementation and maintenance of standardized protocols and best practice throughout the corporate enterpriseConducts Root Cause Analysis and safety investigationsParticipates in strategic and operational planning at senior level to ensure quality initiatives are sustained and continually advancedMonitors clinical practice efforts to ensure compliance with internal and external QI standards. Reviews medical records and other documentation to ensure quality care and prepares quarterly QI reportsOversees quality monitoring metrics for the corporation, including root cause analysis and reviewing corrective action and preventive measures. Oversees the preparation and maintenance of electronic documents which guide training, quality management, and accreditation readinessPlans resource requirements during preparation of operational budgets and provides good stewardship to operate within target limits and remediate any variances.Constructively and positively interacts with key personnel in partnering organizations (e.g., hospitals, payers, ACOs) where usage of our QA metrics may be an integral part of their broader-based QA programs.Collaborates with Human Resources on processing L&I claims.Facilitates the integration of our QA metrics into partnering organizations QA programs.Responsible for enterprise regulatory compliance, driving enterprise standard CAP processes.Assures laboratories within the corporation maintain current federal, state, and local licensure and accreditation as applicable: and that labs emain inspection-ready by inspecting processes and practices at each locationPerforms other related duties as assigned.QualificationsBachelor Degree in Engineering, Clinical Laboratory Science, Nursing, or a closely related field with a professional level of knowledge in observation, data collection, and analysis: Master’s in healthcare administration, Business Administration or related field, preferredSix years of progressive responsibility including one year with demonstrated quality process management in a complex healthcare laboratory setting to understand the variety of job functions and workflow for patient care, including two (2) years of supervisory experience3 years safety experience in a laboratory, histology, and/or pathology preferredFormal Training in the Toyota Production System (LEAN), or Six Sigma Black belt status (ASQ), or Quality Engineering (ASQ) requiredASCP or CLS (NCA) certification in one of the clinical laboratory scientist disciplines, highly desirableExcellent verbal, written, interpersonal, and presentation skills, requiredExperience teaching and presenting required / with strong supervisory and leadership skillsExperience conducting investigationsPrior experience implementing new programs and technologiesExperience working with hazardous chemicals in a laboratory preferredAbility to effectively work with leadership and staff at all levels of the organizationMotivation and ability to create a best practice QA programMust possess the following personal qualities:self-directedflexible and committed to the team conceptdemonstrate teamwork, initiative, and willingness to learnpossess excellent interpersonal skills and communication skillswilling to instruct others; and open to new learning experiencesExcellent organizational skills and attention to detail / ability to prioritize tasks and to delegate them when appropriateIn depth knowledge of legislation and proceduresExcellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines & ability to function well in a high-paced and at times stressful environmentProficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related softwareOther career options:Incyte Diagnostics is an EOE, including disability/vetsCompensation is commensurate with experience and/or education.Full benefit details can be found here: *The benefits package offered is dependent upon the FTE and employment statusIncyte Diagnostics is an EEO employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity Job Summary Veteran Preference Company Details Company Incyte Diagnostics Industry Medical Laboratories Job Information Location Spokane Valley, WA Job Type Full Time Employee Experience 2+ to 5 Years Education Level Bachelor’s degree Job Position 1 Position(s) Open Salary/Wage $104,686.00 – $157,029.00 /year Duration Over 150 Days Additional Information Federal Contractor Yes Affirmative Action Plan No View More JobsAll Incyte Diagnostics jobs  View similar jobs  All Spokane Valley, WA jobs 

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