If where you work matters to you, this hospital will be the right place for your career to blossom! This prestigious and reputable non profit Medical Center in peninsula of San Francisco Bay area in California is actively seeking for a tenured and experienced Nurse Manager of Accreditation and Regulatory Affairs to its team.
The Nurse Manager of Accreditation and Regulatory Affairs will join the family of dedicated nurses and other health care professionals living out a mission to heal people in body, mind and spirit. With services ranging from family-centered maternity care and high level neonatal care to technologically advanced cardiac services and an innovative palliative care program, our work touches people at every stage of their lives.
The Nurse Manager of Accreditation and Regulatory Affairs will be responsible for managing regulatory investigations, accrediting or regulatory survey related activities and ensuring processes are in place to enforce policies and procedures that reflect current, best practice for all services across the Medical Center. The Nurse Manager of Accreditation and Regulatory Affairs will have responsibility for all licensed sites across all locations and ensure targeted surveillance, internal and external plans of correction, communication with management on non-compliant findings, and SBAR communication to the Senior Team.
The Nurse Manager of Accreditation and Regulatory Affairs will be responsible and accountable for timely mandated reporting of defined reportable events to the Local and Central Offices of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). The Nurse Manager of Accreditation and Regulatory Affairs have the primary responsibility for the development, communication, implementation and tracking of action plans necessary to close identified gaps in care and patient safety and/or compliance with The Joint Commission (TJC), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and Title 22 regulations.
The Nurse Manager of Accreditation and Regulatory Affairs must have the skill set to formulate teams of clinical and support staff to make necessary changes and/or improvements in the organization's work process to assure patient safety and compliance with all regulations and licensing requirements. The Nurse Manager of Accreditation and Regulatory Affairs should have 5 years of experience in participating in Joint Commission/CMS/CDPH surveys. Preferable to have regulatory experience in the state of California.
The Nurse Manager of Accreditation and Regulatory Affairs should have 5 years of experience in healthcare delivery, project management or performance improvement with 5 years knowledge of hospital, state and federal regulations and accreditation (TJC) standards, and PDSA methodology experience. MA/MS Nursing, Health Care Administration, or Business with Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) certification
The Nurse Manager of Compliance, Regulatory and Accreditation will join a healthcare organization that is about caring for the community and caring about the employees by giving them the opportunity to make a difference every day. When you join the team here, you too can take pride in knowing that you are not only caring for patients in the best way possible but that you are part of a family of more than 3,000 employees and 1,000 physicians who believe in providing only the best in personalized care. Join now!