Description:The Quality Advisor for Process Improvement interacts with organizational leadership to effect change at the department or system level. Using advanced tools (Lean Process, Six Sigma, etc.) this position is responsible for proficient data analysis, and the application of improvement science. This position must be quantitatively oriented and knowledgeable in information technology to successfully integrate improvement activities with IT applications (e.g. Cerner, Meditech, PICIS). Demonstrates an understanding of the healthcare business and builds positive relationships with teams to promote the understanding and use of quality tools in day to day operations. Utilizes data to proactively identify and scope opportunities for improvement projects. Functions as a facilitator and role model in process improvement activities to improve quality (service, outcome and/or cost); Provides whole group and just in time training on Quality to varied audiences (e.g. frontline staff, management, administration, medical staff, and board members).
Lean Certification, Six Sigma Green or Black Belt, PMP, or other ASQ certification. BA/BS in performance improvement, business, engineering, nursing or healthcare related field. 3-5 years recent experience utilizing Six Sigma, Lean, Change Management methodologies, facilitative leadership and project management skills.
Master's degree preferred. RN with active Florida licensure preferred. In depth knowledge of patient safety and outcomes management. Understanding of patient flow and capacity management. Project management, leadership and organizational skills. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Capable of providing education using adult learning concepts regarding improvement science. Strong computer skills including proficiency in MS Office (Access, Excel, Word,PowerPoint,Project, Visio and statistical tool such as Minitab and SPSS. Ability to resolve conflict
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1926, All Children's has grown into a leading pediatric referral center that is
dedicated to advancing treatment, education, research and advocacy in child health.