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MANAGER, GEN-H CONNECT
This position requires the ability to work with a diverse set of clinical and community partners to ensure successful implementation of THC’s Accountable Health Communities model, Gen-H Connect. The Manager, Gen-H Connect is responsible for the overall management and delivery of quality and process improvement methodologies to Gen-H Connect clinical and navigation partner agencies. The position requires project management expertise to identify opportunities for improvement as well as teach, coach and monitor progress aligned to model goals and milestones as set by CMS. The position requires the ability to work with various partners, utilize data sets to interpret and analyze quality outcomes and review project screening and navigation processes to ensure model compliance and promote
MANAGER, POPULATION HEALTH STRATEGIES
This position will focus primarily on executing THC’s population health strategy, Gen-H. Gen-H, a multi-stakeholder initiative that aims to improve population health, is facilitated by the Collaborative in partnership with other organizations in the region.
The Practice Facilitator reports to the Sr. Manager, Practice Transformation and is responsible for the ongoing training, support, consultation and monitoring for practices as each strives for clinical and operational changes necessary to achieve optimal quality and efficiency improvements for delivery of health-oriented, patient-centered, value-based care. This position requires the ability to work with cohorts using QI methods and clinical expertise to identify opportunities for improvement as well as teach, coach and monitor progress aligned to various contracts and initiatives. The position requires the ability to work with various data sets to interpret and analyze clinical quality outcomes, review data collection processes for standardization and optimization, and promote data efficacy for improvement at the practice level. This position requires the ability to function as a liaison between each of the partner practices, the Practice Facilitation Team, and other technical assistance consultants associated with the program and other practice improvement initiatives.
READINESS AND RESPONSE FACILITATOR
The Readiness and Response Facilitator reports to the Senior Manager, Emergency Preparedness and is responsible for coordinating and supporting regional emergency preparedness initiatives, education, exercises, communication and grant deliverables. This position requires the ability to engage partners and to work with various disciplines. The proper candidate will have knowledge of grant work and a clear understanding of emergency preparedness capabilities. This position requires excellent time management skills and the ability to work as a team or independently. This role has a shared 24/7 responsibility for response.
SR. MANAGER, PRACTICE TRANSFORMATION
The Senior Manager, Practice Transformation reports to the Sr. Director, Clinical Initiatives & Quality Improvement is responsible for the management and execution of practice transformation programs. This role provides project management to practice transformation, and is responsible for the direct oversight of the Practice Facilitators. The team is responsible for providing training, support, consultation and monitoring of practices as they make clinical and operational changes necessary to achieve optimal outcomes and the delivery of patient-centered, value-based care.
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