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  • Silver City, New Mexico, The Risk Manager has broad responsibility for the protection of the institution and its staff from fortuitous loss. This Risk Manager advises and consults with senior leadership on potential sources of loss and makes recommendations on how to eliminate or minimize loss. An experienced, motivated and independently minded healthcare Risk Manager who is able to act on their own initiative, adopting a value led ‘can do’ leadership style within a climate of constant change and uncertainty. Provide leadership and advice in the implementation of the organization wide risk management strategies and programs which ensures quality, safety and risk management is embedded throughout the organization. Current New Mexico RN license preferred Will consider 5+ years’ experience as Risk Manager in lieu of RN license. Certification in Healthcare Risk Management preferred Experience in Risk Management Minimum 5 years clinical or hospital operations experience preferred Excellent computer skills (MS Word/ Excel/ Power Point/ Meditech) Experience with data analysis and reporting preferred
  • Mid-Atlantic & Southeast,, Interim Clinical Risk Management and Patient Safety Consultants | Mid-Atlantic & Southeast Highly Competitive Pay | Lodging | Rental Car Or Mileage | Paid Flights Home | World-Class Support Galileo Search is seeking Interim Clinical Risk Management and Patient Safety Consultants for immediate openings.  These selected individuals will work to be accountable for the development, implementation, and measurement of risk exposure and patient safety programs designed to reduce the incidence of harm in healthcare settings and claims against the facility. We seek seasoned consultants with the necessary regulatory and subject matter expertise in Patient Safety and Risk Management that can hit the ground running. ABOUT THE INTERIM OPPORTUNITIES 3 - 6 month assignments Knowledge of risk and patient safety standards and practices Demonstrates leadership abilities and excellent communication Understands regulatory agencies specific to hospital operations such as TJC, OSHA, HCFA, and FDA with the proficient application of risk management standards necessary for compliance functions Working knowledge of various Microsoft applications and database concepts Understands principles of medical record documentation Utilizes alerts and best practices (e.g. Sentinel Event Alerts) to perform gap assessments and implement strong actions that will alleviate identified gaps Assures that performance improvement projects align with established priorities Effectively report, investigate, and analyze patient safety incidents, medical errors, and potential risks in the facility Facilitates analysis of the culture of safety survey results such that data-driven action plans lead to targeted outcomes Provides ongoing education to leaders, clinicians, and staff on the science of safety (high reliability, effective communication, sustaining awareness/alertness) and patient safety initiatives Performs Patient Safety Rounds that identify patient safety risks. Empower staff to identify and participate in the resolution of patient safety concerns Reviews patient safety events and assists with investigations REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree required. Master’s Degree preferred RN (Registered Nurse) highly preferred Minimum of 5 years of current experience in the field of acute care Risk Management, Quality, or Patient Safety Associate in Risk Management (ARM) designation or American Society for Healthcare Risk Management Certificate (CPHRM) desired Certification in Patient Safety (CPPS) a plus Root cause analyses (RCA) and failure mode and effects (FMEA) analyses  Highly effective communication skills in various methods, verbal, written, and presentations Ability to address sensitive topics in a non-punitive, learning fashion Experience with TeamSTEPPS and Just Culture  Available to travel to the client site and work a full-time M-F schedule  Ready to explore this outstanding interim opportunity? Forward your resume for our immediate and confidential review TODAY! e: Careers@galileosearch.com p: 770-977-0795 Why Galileo Search Should represent you: 17+ Years of Expertise/Experience/Specialization in Your Field, World-Class Representation & Support, Best in Industry Compensation & Travel Packages | Weekly Pay | Direct-Deposit | Optional Health Benefits & 401k | W-2 | Workers Comp | Professional Liability Insurance ABOUT GALILEO SEARCH Galileo Staffing Services, a division of Galileo Search, LLC., is a premier provider of interim healthcare specialists, professionals, and executives to nationwide acute care hospitals. To learn more about Galileo Staffing Services, visit our website at www.galileosearch.com . How will YOU benefit when working with Galileo? Highly competitive pay rates that are best in the industry with weekly direct deposit Generous per diem for the housing of your choice if not provided by the client and for incidentals expenses Weekly travel expense reimbursement (flights, rental car, or mileage) Medical, dental, vision, life insurance, and 401k available State License expense reimbursement for endorsement Comprehensive insurance coverage Short or long-term assignments Local, regional, or national assignments based on availability   World-class support before, during, and after each assignment Forward your resume for confidential review or call to discuss this or other available career opportunities. Submit your resume via email for immediate consideration or use our convenient online Galileo Candidate Registry .   Highly Competitive Pay | Lodging | Rental Car Or Mileage | Paid Flights Home | World-Class Support
  • North Little Rock, Arkansas, The Sr. Risk Specialist will provide paralegal or legal assistant level support to the in-house Corporate Legal department and perform risk management functions within the department. This position is expected to provide paralegal or legal assistant level support to corporate counsel, while also serving as both oversight and escalation for Workers' Compensation claims from the first report of injury to return to work. Other duties include: Report and track new insured claims to carrier, and organize and maintain case files of new and existing legal matters. Perform legal research and coordinate company response to subpoenas, interrogatories, etc. Provide paralegal-level support for business-related contracts and maintenance of corporate compliance. Communicate effectively with all departments, including C-suite, employees, and external clients on behalf of the Legal/Risk Department. Perform paralegal level internal investigations and audits directed by corporate counsel and actively participate in legal/risk external audits as required Assist in overseeing and managing the company's unemployment claims in partnership with third-party vendors, including researching and preparing for and serving as the company's representative at all unemployment hearings and appeals. General support Legal/Risk functions as assigned. At least five years of litigation and contract management in a corporate setting with an Associate's Degree and Paralegal Certificate are required. Workers' compensation or a Bachelor's degree are preferred.
  • Puyallup, Washington, The Risk Manager, Senior assists the Director, System Risk Management in planning, directing and coordinating the system-wide programs for MultiCare Health System Risk Services . This position, located in Puyallup, Washington , is for MultiCare’s Behavioral Health Network and Wellfound Behavioral Health Hospital and has a matrixed reporting relationship for both entities. The incumbent oversees selected programs to ensure that risks are identified, analyzed and controlled. This position serves as a resource to physicians, leadership and staff in clarifying, as well as mitigating or resolving risk management issues or potential risk management issues. Responsibilities include organizing, coordinating, and carrying out programs to control the clinical risks associated with patient care services. The Risk Manager Senior collaborates with other risk managers, patient safety specialists, patient advocates, infection prevention specialists and others to; prevent and mitigate patient harm and the associated potential professional liability exposure; to ensure regulatory compliance with respect to the management of adverse patient events and patient grievances and to assess and manage any event, activity or program that may involve significant risk of patient harm on a proactive or reactive basis. This position requires the ability to interact effectively with executives, clinical leadership and management, as well as patients and their families to develop and implement mitigation strategies to resolve and/or mitigate patient safety concerns and adverse outcomes of care. The position requires knowledge of behavioral health risk management, healthcare operations, accreditation standards, and regulations, as well as the ability to apply them. It also requires the skills necessary to facilitate, negotiate and investigate matters of a sensitive and confidential nature. This position requires the ability to interact effectively with MultiCare's executive and clinical leadership and management, as well as patients and their families to develop and implement mitigation strategies to resolve and/or mitigate patient safety concerns and adverse outcomes of care. The position requires an intimate knowledge of healthcare operations, accreditation standards, and regulations and the ability to apply them. It also requires the skill necessary to facilitate, negotiate and investigate matters of a sensitive and confidential nature. Minimum Requirements: Four to five years of experience managing professional liability events in a health care risk management setting and/or professional liability claims experience is preferred Four to five years of experience as a clinician and/or equivalent work experience in a health care setting is preferred Four years of experience working with the public to resolve disputes or equivalent work experience is preferred Four to five years of experience developing and using databases to report information is preferred Four to five years of experience in risk management or the like required Consideration may be given to internal candidates not meeting the minimum qualifications Education/Licenses/Certifications: Bachelor's Degree required Master's Degree in MPH, MBA, MPA, Nursing, and/or a Juris Doctorate degree is preferred Risk Management credentials, such as the Associate in Risk Management (ARM) or certificate program in Healthcare Risk Management (CPHRM) are preferred or obtained within 1 year of hire
  • Lynchburg, Virginia, Job Description:  The Director of Risk Management oversees all aspects of the organization’s risk management function. Responsible for planning and directing business analysis, risk, modeling, and loss prevention programs. Manages a business unit, division, or corporate function with major organizational impact. Establishes overall direction and strategic initiatives. Helps design risk management policies and processes for the organization. Partnering with you to live your best life. At Centra, we want to listen carefully and get to know you well. We want to understand your hopes, goals and dreams. We want to do our part so you can be your very best - as you define it. This remains true whether you are a patient, a Centra Caregiver, or a member of the communities we serve. As a candidate considering employment with our organization, we want you to understand that it is our mission to help partner with you throughout each stage of your career. Qualifications/Education/Licensure: Bachelor's degree required.  Master's degree preferred.  5 years of experience as a Risk Manager or Broker in commercial real estate required.  Required experience:  Expertise on the principles of enterprise risk management and enterprise resilience. Knowledge of property and casualty insurance. Proficiency in data analytics, preferably in risk and control data analysis, in particular the ability to incorporate and understand mass information from a variety of sources to recommend a course of action. Strong analytical, consultation and communication skills, with ability to communicate complex issues and manage key senior level stakeholders and business partners.

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