Seeking a Trauma Performance Improvement and Patient Safety (PIPS) Coordinator to work in collaboration with Trauma Medical Director (TMD) and the Trauma Program Manager (TPM) to improve the quality of trauma care throughout the hospital areas that affect injured patients. Coordinates and facilitates the trauma performance improvement program including data collection, analysis, trending and benchmarking of data and outcomes while maintaining confidentiality. Also participates in trauma registry data collection; core elements include database management, data validations, injury coding and scoring, statistical data analysis; report design; supporting outreach, injury prevention and research initiatives. Collaborates closely with trauma program leadership to ensure compliance with the New York State Department of Health trauma regulations, the American College of Surgeons’ standards, and the facility standards related to Performance Improvement.
- Requires a BA/BS Degree Nursing, BS Degree Physician Assistant is acceptable.
- Other clinicians will be considered commensurate with experience.
- Minimum three (3) years of position related experience defined as Emergency Department or Trauma Surgery experience, Trauma Outreach experience, Trauma Program Manager experience, Critical Care experience, Education/Clinical Educator, Performance Improvement experience.