Under the direction of the Vice President for Quality and Regulatory Affairs, the Risk Manager, as a member of the health care team, collaborates to enhance the delivery of a high risk patient population care services along the continuum of care. Utilizing a patient centered approach; the care manger directly interfaces with physicians, health care teams, patients and their care givers in managing their care. The Risk Manager meets the high risk patient’s needs efficiently and expeditiously by continuously working to improve the patient’s experience, helping to ensure high quality patient care and reducing cost. Through broad knowledge of clinical care and systems management, the Risk Manager evaluates, predicts, and facilitates the trajectory of patient/resident care. The Risk Manager supports the hospital's goals and strategies to provide safe, patient centered, high quality care. Provides information about systemic organization vulnerabilities and analyzes the human, organizational, and systems factors which contribute to adverse events. Collaborates to develop and implement medical error reduction strategies across all departments and patient care units. This is a 24 hour per week position, with competitive salary and outstanding benefits program.
Bachelors required, Masters preferred. CPHRM and minimum 3 years experience in risk mgt preferred. Prior experience in an LTACH, Acute Care, or Long Term Chronic Care preferred.
Internal Number: 2018
About Hebrew SeniorLife
Hebrew SeniorLife (HSL) is a 100+ year-old organization committed to maximizing the quality of life of seniors through an integrated network of housing, health care, research and teaching programs in the Greater Boston area. HSL is the largest nonprofit provider of senior housing and health care in New England. Serving over 5,000 seniors each year, HSL’s facilities and programs are open to people of all religions, races, creeds and ethnic origins.
The organization is comprised of five senior supportive housing communities (with a mixture of low, moderate and market rate units); an award winning continuing care retirement community; a 725-bed chronic disease hospital that provides long-term and post-acute care; and is home to the nation’s largest geriatric research institute in an applied setting and one of the nation’s largest geriatric teaching programs. HSL also provides home health and outpatient services.
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