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Job Summary: Under the direction of the Director of Clinical Services Quality, the Associate Director, Quality Improvement Program is responsible for the development and implementation of Population Health Programs across the Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital System. The Associate Director, Quality Improvement Program will play a key role in providing leadership in building a Medi-Cal P4P Program (QIP) and will oversee multiple quality and cost improvement program implementations. The Associate Director will create and implement operational policies and procedures and foster a creative and innovative environment to assist in meeting Population Health
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