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Ambulatory Clinical Quality and Performance Improvement Coordinator FT/40HRS
Description In alignment with CHRISTUS St Vincent Clinician Groups' (CSVCG) Mission, Vision and Values -- The Quality and Performance Coordinator, under the direction of Executive Director of Quality, Medical Director of Quality, and CMO will assist in development of processes that facilitate the ability of the provider to deliver the highest standard of care in the ambulatory environment. This includes supporting the clinical initiatives in all CSVCG ambulatory practice settings, implementation of clinical protocols, and development of clinical policies & procedures, training associated on-going su
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