Texas Health Resources Risk Manager / Risk Management in Bedford, Texas
Risk Manager / Risk Management
Work location: Texas Health HEB 1600 Hospital Parkway, Bedford, TX
Work hours: Full Time, 40 hours weekly, Days, Exempt
You Belong Here
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Risk Management Highlights:
The Registered Nurse Risk Manager will have the wonderful opportunity to direct the hospital risk management program, including all regulatory compliance activities.
Serves as risk management representative for committees within the Continuous Quality/Patient Safety and Risk Management programs.
Serving as a resource and subject matter expert to all employees, the RN Risk Manager Nurse will provide education and training in regard to all aspects of risk management, survey readiness, patient safety and healthcare compliance.
Here’s What You Need
Bachelor's Degree in Nursing or related healthcare field is required.
Three (3) years of clinical experience is required.
Three (3) years of risk management, quality management, legal or patient safety is preferred.
Registered Nurse (TX RN) is required upon hire. (Or other appropriate clinical licensure, for example RRT.)
CPHRM - Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management is preferred upon hire.
Healthcare Risk Manager experience is highly preferred.
Skills: Analytical, creative thinking, proactive, presentation skills, ability to communicate with stakeholders, document and report on risk and adverse circumstances
A healthcare risk manager will need:
ongoing and in-service training, annual review and competency validation, and event-specific training
promote patient satisfaction and reduce the likelihood of litigation
ability to document and respond to patient and family complaints
demonstrate ability toreduce liability claims, sentinel events, near misses, and the overall cost of the organization’s risk
ability to report on quantifiable and actionable data
promote open and spontaneous dialogue about risk and with whom
detail reporting requirements to departments and C-Suite personnel
promote a safe, just culture
documenting, classifying, and tracking possible risks and adverse events, and protocols for mandatory reporting
responding to reported risks and events including acute response, follow-up, reporting, and repeat failure prevention
What You Will Do
Utilizes the reliability learning tool (including actual events, near misses, and general safety concerns) and recognizes and addresses patient safety/risk exposures affecting the quality of care and outcomes.
Utilizes statistical and other methods to aggregate, analyze and prepare data reports for presentation.
Facilitates the Risk Management Program including identification, analysis, planning and implementation focusing on events which resulted or could have resulted in adverse risk or a compromise to patient or environmental safety.
Additional perks of Texas Health
Benefits include 401k, PTO, medical, dental, Paid Parental Leave, flex spending, tuition reimbursement, student Loan forgiveness as well as several other benefits.
Delivery of high quality of patient care through nursing education, nursing research and innovations in nursing practice.
Strong Unit Based Council (UBC).
A supportive, team environment with outstanding opportunities for growth.
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