The Oncology Program Development and Accreditation Coordinator is responsible for Commission on Cancer (CoC) accreditation, QOPI certification, NAPBC accreditation, and ACR accreditation aligning quality requirements and standard compliance by focusing on process improvement and automating solutions. Provides support of Cancer Registry operations and accreditation requirements. Additionally this position is the Cancer Care representative for safety issues, risk management issues, infection control issues, quality monitoring, quality initiatives, continuous quality improvement and evidence based practice.
BA/BSN (business/healthcare) required, or higher. MBA/MHA/MSN preferred. Minimum of 10 years oncology leadership experience required with at least 5 years of experience in an oncology quality/accreditation role. Certification in Lean Six Sigma (or similar) preferred.
Internal Number: 10336
About Hardin Memorial Health
HMH is an integrated system of providers and facilities serving approximately 400,000 residents in 10 Central Kentucky counties (Hardin, LaRue, Meade, Breckinridge, Grayson, Nelson, Hart, Bullitt, Green and Taylor).The 300-bed hospital in Elizabethtown, Kentucky includes 270 acute care, 15 psychiatric and 15 skilled nursing beds. Additionally, HMH includes 45+ outpatient facilities across the service area including a Cancer Care Center and Outpatient Surgical Center. There are over 300 physicians in over 40 specialties and primary care including Hospitalists available 24/7, Emergency and Urgent Care; Cancer, Cardiac, Rehab and Therapy Services; Medical and Surgical Services; Pulmonary Care, Diagnostic Imaging, Ear, Nose and Throat, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Obstetrics including a Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NCIU) and Pediatrics.In 2016, HMH performed 400,000+ outpatient procedures, admitted over 13,500 patients, operated the 4th busiest Emergency Department with an annual volume of 70,000+ and the 11th busiest newborn delivery unit in Kentucky with 1,622 births.With 2,389 employees and an active volunteer corps of 119, Hardin Memorial Hospital is the third largest employer in Hardin County.