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Current Job Openings

Imagine a place where you can improve lives every day — this place is Northside Hospital. Join our team of medical professionals who offer a lifetime of care. As Georgia’s Most Preferred Hospital in Overall Healthcare Services for more than 16 consecutive years, we are the fastest-growing healthcare organization in the Southeast. We currently seek dynamic, skilled people to join our team of talented, award-winning staff. If you are a qualified, committed professional and are ready to work in a compassionate and innovative team environment, Northside is the place for you. Start your journey with us today!

The following position exists in our Atlanta, GA location:

Oncology Data Specialist (Clinical Informatics)

Service Area Overview:
Northside Hospital is one of the largest and most respected providers of comprehensive cancer services in the Southeast, combining the latest in technology and research with compassionate patient-centered care. The Northside Hospital Cancer Institute offers the best of both worlds: clinical excellence on par with academic-based programs, along with the personalized and attentive care typically associated with a community hospital. Our Program has received an Outstanding Achievement Award as a fully accredited Comprehensive Community Hospital Cancer Program by the American College of Surgeon’s Commission on Cancer. Specialty areas include BMT, Women’s, Prostate, and Research.

Position Description:
The Oncology Clinical Data Specialist is responsible for the abstraction and integrity of data for several databases including, but not limited to, Society of Thoracic Surgery (STS), Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI), Melanoma Clinical Registry, and other topic and/or disease-specific patient registries. This individual will ensure efficient and timely reporting for the oncology patient registries and serve as a resource for oncology program coordinators, administrators, physicians, and other hospital staff members.

Position Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing or health-related field, healthcare informatics, or equivalent experience related to collection and analysis of clinical data. Minimum two (2) years’ experience in a healthcare setting with responsibilities including: medical record review, data submission to clinical registries, and quality assurance and improvement. Demonstrated experience in evaluating, refining, and improving clinical data collection, analysis, and reporting.

How to Apply:
Please visit: http://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_northsidehospital/alliedhealth/jobDetails.do?functionName=getJobDetail&jobPostId=34888&localeCode=en-us to apply for this position.

Posted: 02.11.2016


Job ID# 62381

REGISTERED NURSE, RN – QUALITY/PROCESS IMPROVEMENT SPECIALIST

Find Your Extraordinary Side

Northside Hospital is award-winning, state of the art and one of Georgia’s fastest growing healthcare institutions. Our team has been recognized by Forbes as a Top 25 Place to Work in the US and is consistently voted number one in Consumer Choice Awards for Best Nurses, Most Personalized Care, Highest Patient Safety and Most Preferred Hospital in Atlanta for Overall Health Care Needs.

Our remarkable accomplishments are a direct result of the dedicated people on our team. We seek like-minded, forward thinking professionals who share our vision to delivering nothing less than the best each and every day.

We will turn to your skills and expertise to serve as a resource on continuous quality improvement and regulatory requirements for the hospital and medical staff.  The selected candidate will work primarily in a QI capacity within a QI Value Based Clinical Care Division and directly with Northside Physician Groups.

Areas of responsibility include preparing reports and communicating quality improvement information and activities to appropriate committees, teams, and task forces.  Additional duties will include maintaining quality data for physician contracts and governmental reporting.

Ideal for a team player that works collaboratively to develop systems and protocols to achieve a common goal to transform care for the greater good, our requirements include:

  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing and a minimum of 3 years of experience in a health care field
  • At least one year of experience related to quality improvement
  • Good communication, organization, analytical, and problem-solving skills
  • Must be able to function effectively with a wide variety of disciplines, including physicians and nurses
  • Ability to provide presentations on topics related to quality and regulatory issues

Preferred qualifications include:

  • Certification in CMQ, CPHQ, or a quality improvement methodology
  • Previous experience in a physician office setting and in quality improvement, process improvement, care coordination or patient navigation
  • Experience with improving HEDIS or PQRS measures and as a training team leader and facilitator

Northside offers extremely competitive rates and comprehensive benefits including a 403b with employer match plus an employer-funded pension plan. We are also proud to say that for more than 20 years Northside Hospital has never missed an annual merit increase.

Click here to Apply today

Contact: Stephen Stetz, Stephen.Stetz@northside.com

EOE

Posted: 12/31/2015


Job ID# 62381

REGISTERED NURSE, RN – QUALITY/PROCESS IMPROVEMENT SPECIALIST

Find Your Extraordinary Side

Northside Hospital is award-winning, state of the art and one of Georgia’s fastest growing healthcare institutions. Our team has been recognized by Forbes as a Top 25 Place to Work in the US and is consistently voted number one in Consumer Choice Awards for Best Nurses, Most Personalized Care, Highest Patient Safety and Most Preferred Hospital in Atlanta for Overall Health Care Needs.

Our remarkable accomplishments are a direct result of the dedicated people on our team. We seek like-minded, forward thinking professionals who share our vision to delivering nothing less than the best each and every day.

We will turn to your skills and expertise to serve as a resource on continuous quality improvement and regulatory requirements for the hospital and medical staff.  The selected candidate will work primarily in a QI capacity within a QI Value Based Clinical Care Division and directly with Northside Physician Groups.

Areas of responsibility include preparing reports and communicating quality improvement information and activities to appropriate committees, teams, and task forces.  Additional duties will include maintaining quality data for physician contracts and governmental reporting.

Ideal for a team player that works collaboratively to develop systems and protocols to achieve a common goal to transform care for the greater good, our requirements include:

  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing and a minimum of 3 years of experience in a health care field
  • At least one year of experience related to quality improvement
  • Good communication, organization, analytical, and problem-solving skills
  • Must be able to function effectively with a wide variety of disciplines, including physicians and nurses
  • Ability to provide presentations on topics related to quality and regulatory issues

Preferred qualifications include:

  • Certification in CMQ, CPHQ, or a quality improvement methodology
  • Previous experience in a physician office setting and in quality improvement, process improvement, care coordination or patient navigation
  • Experience with improving HEDIS or PQRS measures and as a training team leader and facilitator

Northside offers extremely competitive rates and comprehensive benefits including a 403b with employer match plus an employer-funded pension plan. We are also proud to say that for more than 20 years Northside Hospital has never missed an annual merit increase.

Click here to Apply today

Contact: Stephen Stetz, Stephen.Stetz@northside.com

EOE

Posted: 12/31/2015


Job ID#62215:

REGISTERED NURSE, RN – QUALITY/VALUE BASED CLINICAL EFFECTIVENESS COORDINATOR

Find Your Extraordinary Side

Northside Hospital is award-winning, state of the art and one of Georgia’s fastest growing healthcare institutions. Our team has been recognized by Forbes as a Top 25 Place to Work in the US and is consistently voted number one in Consumer Choice Awards for Best Nurses, Most Personalized Care, Highest Patient Safety and Most Preferred Hospital in Atlanta for Overall Health Care Needs.

Our remarkable accomplishments are a direct result of the dedicated people on our team. We seek like-minded, forward thinking professionals who share our vision to delivering nothing less than the best each and every day.

This exciting opportunity offers you the chance to work with a multidisciplinary team to develop improvement strategies designed to achieve physician clinical quality aims. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Develop/deploy workflows, educational curricula and evaluation methodologies
  • Define and prioritize improvement strategies on safety, clinical performance, and quality metrics
  • Act as a liaison between the Value Based Clinical Care Department and other departments to facilitate multidisciplinary process improvement teams

Ideal for a team player that works collaboratively to develop systems and protocols to achieve a common goal to transform care for the greater good, our requirements include:

  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing and a minimum of 3 years of experience in a health care field
  • Good communication, organization, analytical, and problem-solving skills
  • Must be able to function effectively with a wide variety of disciplines, including physicians and nurses
  • Strong computer skills (MS Office) with the ability to perform basic data and workflow analysis

Preferred qualifications include:

  • Certification in CMQ, CPHQ, or a quality improvement methodology
  • Previous experience in a physician office setting and in quality improvement, process improvement, care coordination or patient navigation
  • Previous training in a quality or process improvement role

Northside offers extremely competitive rates and comprehensive benefits including a 403b with employer match plus an employer-funded pension plan. We are also proud to say that for more than 20 years Northside Hospital has never missed an annual merit increase.

Apply today.

http://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_northsidehospital/nursing/jobDetails.do?functionName=getJobDetail&jobPostId=32545&localeCode=en-us

Contact: Stephen Stetz, Stephen.Stetz@northside.com

EOE

Posted: 12/31/2015


Job ID# 62213:

RN Quality Improvement Coordinator Value Based Clinical Effectiveness

Find Your Extraordinary Side

Northside Hospital is award-winning, state of the art and one of Georgia’s fastest growing healthcare institutions. Our team has been recognized by Forbes as a Top 25 Place to Work in the US and is consistently voted number one in Consumer Choice Awards for Best Nurses, Most Personalized Care, Highest Patient Safety and Most Preferred Hospital in Atlanta for Overall Health Care Needs.

Our remarkable accomplishments are a direct result of the dedicated people on our team. We seek like-minded, forward thinking professionals who share our vision to delivering nothing less than the best each and every day.

This exciting opportunity will coordinate efforts with physicians and staff to develop processes and work flows to achieve clinical quality aims and to impact externally reported physician QI data. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Manages educational, financial and human resources for the Value Based Clinical Effectiveness team.
  • Coordinates the workload distribution and scheduling of the Value Based Clinical Effectiveness team members to assure adequate and appropriate staffing to meet the needs of the department.
  • Participates as a key member in the development, implementation and evaluation of quality aims, quality and practice transformation strategies through data collection, health outcomes reporting, and clinical monitoring.
  • Provides project management and facilitation, as well as, support for the development, coordination, implementation and evaluation of quality improvement physician quality improvement and patient safety initiatives.
  • Organizes relevant task forces, reviews evidenced based literature/benchmarks, establishes indicators for monitoring and evaluation of quality and appropriateness of care, continuous improvement, and achieving targeted goals.
  • Collaborates on the design of the information technology infrastructure required to support a system wide physician quality and practice quality improvement system.

Ideal for a team player that works collaboratively to develop systems and protocols to achieve a common goal to transform care for the greater good, our requirements include:

  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing and a minimum of 3 years of experience in a clinical setting.
  • Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office (specifically Word and Excel) Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Good organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to function effectively with a wide variety of disciplines, including physicians and nurses. A team player that works collaboratively to develop systems and protocols to achieve a common goal.
  • Confidence to communicate and collaborate with other community health care organizations and personnel.
  • Able to lead and/or participate as part of a team to accomplish an assigned project.

Preferred qualifications include:

  • Certification in CMQ, CPHQ, or other quality improvement methodology.
  • Previous experience in a Physician Office Setting.
  • Previous experience in quality improvement, process improvement, care coordination or patient navigation

Northside offers extremely competitive rates and comprehensive benefits including a 403b with employer match plus an employer-funded pension plan. We are also proud to say that for more than 20 years Northside Hospital has never missed an annual merit increase.

Apply today:

http://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_northsidehospital/nursing/jobDetails.do?functionName=getJobDetail&jobPostId=32346&localeCode=en-us

Contact: Stephen Stetz, Stephen.Stetz@northside.com

EOE

Posted: 12/31/2015

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