Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center is a 537- bed (including 100 nursing home beds) teaching hospital and a member of Catholic Health Services of Long Island. With almost 900 physicians on staff, and a level II Trauma Center, we care for well over 100,000 patients annually across the south shore of Long Island. Our reputation for excellence is built on great choices and empowered leadership, and fosters a team that's focused on evidence based practice, continual learning and exceptional quality of care.
The Quality Management Coordinator will oversee the coordination of the Geriatric Fracture Program, Comprehensive Total Joint Replacement Program and the Post-Fracture Osteoporosis Education Program. The coordinator is also responsible for data abstraction on patients in each of these programs as well as the submission to registries and databases.
Coordination and oversight of the pre-operative education classes for all orthopedic joint procedures
Daily rounds on inpatients to assess patient needs, progress and facilitate care
Coordinate daily inpatient care with nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, registered dietitian, orthopedics services, and care coordination
Assist with developing orthopedic care protocols, clinical pathways and benchmarks for improvement
Collaborate with the healthcare team to create discharge education focusing on reinforcement of education and expectation after discharge
Provide education to patients and their family members relating to their specific procedure and outline the steps involved throughout the continuum of care
Conduct follow up interview via telephone on a weekly basis up to 30 days post-discharge to all patients to assess their condition, determine needs and follow up on any outstanding concerns
Track, trend PI information on a monthly basis and providing reports/dashboards as indicated
Ensure that performance measures for the program are sustained in accordance with the goals for the program
Collaborates with the education department and the Nursing management team on content and operational design of orientation, clinical competency, and other clinical educational program development
Develop role in community of marketing of facility's orthopedic programs
Networks with Skilled Nursing Facilities, Acute Care Facilities, homecare services, and outpatient rehabilitation services to assure continuity of care
Attend system wide meetings off campus and actively participate with PI projects as needed
NYS licensed RN
BSN required, Master's and CPHQ preferred
Excellent organizational skills; detail oriented, credibility with physicians and professional staff, schedule flexibility, dependability, effective communication skills, data analytical skills, ability to motivate, ability to plan organize and direct activities of others
At Catholic Health Services of Long Island your well-being comes first, with comprehensive compensation and benefits; our offerings go beyond the basics. In addition to multiple medical plans, life insurance, generous paid time off and flexible spending accounts, we also offer substantial tuition reimbursement, an employer funded pension plan and several savings plan options for your future. For immediate consideration, please apply online at:
A Member of the Catholic Health Services of Long Island Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V
Internal Number: 6017290
About Good Samaritan Hospital
Catholic Health Services of Long Island (CHS) is an integrated health care delivery system with some of the region's finest health and human services agencies. CHS includes six hospitals, three skilled nursing facilities, a regional home nursing service, hospice and a multiservice, community-based agency for persons with special needs. Under the sponsorship of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, CHS serves hundreds of thousands of Long Islanders each year, providing care that extends from the beginning of life to helping people live their final years in comfort, grace and dignity. Learn more about CHS's commitment to quality and about the services offered.