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- Manage programmer team deliverable(s) - reports to 104 hospital programs in Michigan, website changes, hospital report changes (for 3 quality improvement projects led by 5 UM Michigan Medicine faculty - Drs. Gurm, Henke, Grossman, Chetcuti, Patel.
- Develop, analyze and provide information to support BCBSM (the financial sponsor of all 3 quality improvement projects) in their assessment of BMC2 "value" including: cost savings analysis assumptions and data for PCI, and Vascular Surgery Mid/Annual Report performance data, Future Initiative Planning documents, ROI related data for actuarial assessments - and operate as the liaison to BCBSM.
- Develop and implement new web enabled case review process working with programmers, nurses and physician directors. Identify problems and implement solutions working with members of the BMC2 team.
- Support 104 hospital programs and their data coordinators in their BMC2 role: provide training, manage questions, identify problems for users, troubleshoot website issues, resolve and manage solutions to user problems.
- Manage the implementation of new data collection fields and changes in quarterly reporting by providing specification documents to programmers, establishing a timetable for release, performing a QC, announcing changes.
- Support BMC2 leadership in meeting planning and preparation by developing information slides, literature reviews, meeting materials and provision of technical support.
Master's degree, 5+years of experience working in a healthcare environment, strong computer skills including excel, power point, Microsoft office, experience with managing data collection for research/quality, strong interpersonal skills, excellent communication skills, careful attention to detail.
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