You are in demand everywhere...but it pays to come here!
If you want to work in a premier hospital that wins awards, nurtures people, and tirelessly strives to advance care, you'll find your match at Jersey City Medical Center . Our not-for-profit hospital, a proud member of Barnabas Health , has been honored time and again for our strides in patient care and safety, and as the regional leader in specialties like cardiology, stroke, and trauma care.
As our status and patient volume continue to grow, we are adding talent to our organization
Among our many accolades, we have been designated 8 times the only A-Rated for Safety Hospital, awarded Magnet Recognition for superior nursing, named Best Regional Hospital by US News and World Report and ranked among the 100 best places to work in healthcare (nationally). Jersey City Medical Center is also ideally located in the vibrant Jersey City waterfront community overlooking the harbor, just 10 minutes from New York City, with a grand view of the Statue of Liberty.
Responsible for the hospital's daily risk management activities in collaboration with RWJBH corporate and JCMC leadership, which includes coordinating insurance coverage, managing claims against the facility, interfacing with defense legal counsel, administering the risk management program on a day to day basis, managing and analyzing risk management data, conducting risk management educational programs, and complying with Federal standards such as DNV ISO and Conditions of Participation, all with the objective of controlling and minimizing loss to protect the assets of the facility. Prepares and submits required notifications of legal notices received to RWJBH Legal Department. Serves as a resource to Medical Staff, Clinical Staff and JCMC employees to reduce risks. Conducts investigations to support adverse event management. Under the direction of the Director of Clinical Risk Management & Patient Safety, participates in management of adverse events through Root Cause Analysis, Process Mapping and report preparation. Implements the electronic database for policies via Policy Tech. Serves as the organization's Privacy Officer interacting with HIM and provides staff education as needed. Ensures compliance with all applicable policies, laws and regulations.
Bachelor's degree required in a related area such as; healthcare administration, health science, legal studies, or a clinical profession. Master's degree preferred in Health or Hospital Law or Healthcare administration. Minimum of two years of experience in acute care risk management required. Certified as CPHRM (healthcare risk management) preferred. Working knowledge of external regulatory agencies such as DNV, CMS, NJDOH, and OCR. Excellent writing, communication and organizational skills. Ability to work with excel, Microsoft word, electronic programs, and data analysis. (Knowledge of Verge preferred.)
Barnabas Health offers excellent-provided benefits which include: competitive compensation, comprehensive medical/dental benefits, 403 (B) savings plan, Flexible Spending Plans, PTO program, tuition reimbursement and so much more.