Peer Review Quality Nurse Coordinator

A long-standing, not-for-profit hospital in the Silicon Valley of Northern California is seeking a Peer Review Quality Nurse Coordinator to provide expertise to its Quality and Risk Management department. This growing organization has been providing high-quality services for over 60 years, and it continues to expand in order to meet the ever-changing needs of the communities it serves.

Today, the hospital continues the mission by providing integrated spectrum of primary, urgent, acute, outpatient, palliative care and regional referral services in the surrounding communities. The Peer Review Quality Nurse Coordinator will join a medical center that act as a regional referral hub for outlying hospitals, while also providing outpatient behavioral health care, education to promote health and prevent chronic disease, rehabilitation, oral health care, community benefit programs to foster health and quality of life throughout the area. 

The Peer Review Quality Nurse Coordinator will be responsible for supporting and coordinating Medical Staff Peer Review committees and activities across defined departments. The Peer Review Quality Nurse Coordinator for Quality and Risk Management will closely collaborate with Medical Staff leadership and Nurse Director of Risk Management on providing accurate clinical summaries, data trending, reports and analysis. 

The Peer Review Quality Nurse Coordinator will commit to the four essential values and strive to make them present in their relationships with others and with those whom the hospital serves.  The Peer Review Quality Nurse Coordinator for Risk Management will coordinate and communicate with physicians and/or their offices in regard to screening, scoring and assist with their presentation of select cases for peer review. The Peer Review Quality Nurse Coordinator will attend the medical staff peer review meetings and creates the record of the peer review discussion and outcomes.

 The Peer Review Quality Nurse Coordinator will coordinate follow-up planning processes/activities.  The Peer Review Quality Nurse Coordinator will provide data abstraction, analysis and reporting of trends relating to defined departmental outcomes.  The Peer Review Quality Nurse Coordinator will maintain knowledge of Evidence-based, CMS and TJC clinical metrics (i.e. Core Measures, AHRQ Patient Safety Indicators, Hospital Acquired Conditions).

The hospital generally sees a full patient census daily in the inpatient center, and the outpatient services department is very busy as well. This financially stable hospital is recognized nationally for its high-quality, patient-centered approach to care offering the most comprehensive health services in the area, providing acute care and a full range of special programs to a six-county region.  Join the prestigious team today!