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OverviewThis is a great opportunity to use your clinical healthcare experience in a consultative role helping hospitals improve patient safety and quality outcomes! Reporting to the Director, Statewide Hospital Quality Improvement Program, this full-time grant-funded position will provide project management, education, materials development and hospital/provider and/or practice support to various assigned quality improvement projects and initiatives. The expected duration of this contract is to September 17, 2024. Remote work would be a possibility. Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:• Coordination of varied project plans on an organizational, unit or provider level• Conducts readiness and progress assessment for work
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