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Performance Improvement Advisor

Job Description

Looking for a Senior Performance Improvement Consultant with 5 plus years of direct experience with Process improvement and tools

Job Description:

Title:- Sr. Performance Improvement Advisor

This position reports to Performance Improvement Director, supporting the senior management team by identifying, developing and managing a portfolio of performance improvement (PI) initiatives associated with high priority strategic goals sponsored at either the local or organizational level. This position routinely: ensures status reporting of portfolio of projects; monitors and coaches performance improvement teams; supports the teaching of basic improvement skills to medical center teams and others as needed; identifies and communicates initiative barriers to executive teams for resolution; supports leadership and Unit Based Team (UBT) consultants in order to align performance improvement efforts with the overall goals of the medical center; and contributes to the achievement of strategic objectives by applying the science of performance improvement.

Major Responsibilities:

Provide support to and liaison with the local executive team in applying performance improvement principles and tools to improve clinical quality, enhance customer service, efficiently provide care, reduce waste and reduce the cost profile.

  • Ensure that PI efforts align with the strategic objectives of the medical center and the organization.
  • Provide regular updates of the Performance Improvement program, to include the status of sponsored projects and progress toward stated objectives.
  • Escalate issues and concerns appropriately and proactively.
  • Develop an annual performance improvement plan that outlines priorities, training needs and infrastructure requirements.
  • Partner with Local Area Finance Offices to establish and validate the financial impact associated with the improvement efforts.
  • Develop and execute a PI program at the local medical center level, ensuring a culture of operational excellence and commitment to continuous improvement.
  • Manage a portfolio of performance improvement projects, ensuring that goals, critical path milestones and deadlines are organized, coordinated, and met - while allowing the local operational leaders to maintain process ownership.
  • Perform all activities and tasks required to deliver on the aspirations of the annual performance plan, such as building infrastructure, providing training, etc.
  • Using 'SMART' (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Reflects Customer Perspective, Timely) goals as a reference, estimate the impact (financial, service, clinical quality, etc.) of performance improvement activities.
  • Mentor and coach local improvement advisors (IA's).
  • Facilitate meetings (e.g., project meetings, IA student meetings, Performance Improvement Steering Committee, etc.) effectively and productively, as required.
  • Instill within all improvement team efforts the rigorous use of data, the importance of process/outcome/balancing metrics and the application of data analysis tools to guide decision-making.
  • Utilize standard industry tools (e.g., SPC software, MS Project, MS Access, MS Excel) in managing the PI Program.
  • Continuously update knowledge and skills.
  • Demonstrate proficiency and knowledge in appropriate PI key skills as identified and prioritized by the Juran Institute.
  • Develop a training program for IA's based upon their individual and collective needs. Train and coach medical center physicians and other staff as needed.
  • Prepare medical center staff - selected by leadership to attend the Client's Improvement Institute -for successful completion of the training within one year.
  • Upon graduation, continue to coach and support IA graduates as they do additional work and apply their new skills.
  • Assist the organization as a 'support resource' during the delivery of organizationally-sponsored PI training (e.g.,annual Improvement Institute 'Wave' training, local SPC).
  • Roles may include: serving as table facilitators; content expert faculty; preparation of Power Point decks; or simply an additional 'pair of hands.'
  • Develop and deliver - with the assistance and support of assigned SCAL PI Mentor - local training programs for leaders, physicians, managers, UBT co-leads and frontline staff as articulated in the annual plan.
  • Coach improvement initiative co-leaders and frontline PI teams in the use of the Client's Performance Improvement Model, to include PDSA cycles.
  • As requested or at a minimum annually, complete organizational assessment surveys to identify resource and training gaps.
  • Develop and implement strategies to address and close the most pressing issues.
  • Develop effective partnership and trust with assigned SCAL PI Mentor.
  • Coordinate work with local Unit Based Teams (UBT's) to provide guidance, coaching and training as needed.
  • Participate in the creation of a PI Community of Practice at the Regional and Program Office levels.
  • Actively participate in Community of Practice (COP) meetings of SCAL Lead IA's on a monthly basis.
  • Ensure accurate and timely completion of Program Office's annual PI organizational assessment survey.
  • Participate in the development of regional and national performance improvement dialogues as needed.

Job Requirements

Looking for a Senior Performance Improvement Consultant with 5 plus years of direct experience with Process improvement and tools

Job Description:

Title:- Sr. Performance Improvement Advisor

This position reports to Performance Improvement Director, supporting the senior management team by identifying, developing and managing a portfolio of performance improvement (PI) initiatives associated with high priority strategic goals sponsored at either the local or organizational level. This position routinely: ensures status reporting of portfolio of projects; monitors and coaches performance improvement teams; supports the teaching of basic improvement skills to medical center teams and others as needed; identifies and communicates initiative barriers to executive teams for resolution; supports leadership and Unit Based Team (UBT) consultants in order to align performance improvement efforts with the overall goals of the medical center; and contributes to the achievement of strategic objectives by applying the science of performance improvement.

Major Responsibilities:

Provide support to and liaison with the local executive team in applying performance improvement principles and tools to improve clinical quality, enhance customer service, efficiently provide care, reduce waste and reduce the cost profile.

Ensure that PI efforts align with the strategic objectives of the medical center and the organization.
Provide regular updates of the Performance Improvement program, to include the status of sponsored projects and progress toward stated objectives.
Escalate issues and concerns appropriately and proactively.
Develop an annual performance improvement plan that outlines priorities, training needs and infrastructure requirements.
Partner with Local Area Finance Offices to establish and validate the financial impact associated with the improvement efforts.
Develop and execute a PI program at the local medical center level, ensuring a culture of operational excellence and commitment to continuous improvement.
Manage a portfolio of performance improvement projects, ensuring that goals, critical path milestones and deadlines are organized, coordinated, and met - while allowing the local operational leaders to maintain process ownership.
Perform all activities and tasks required to deliver on the aspirations of the annual performance plan, such as building infrastructure, providing training, etc.
Using 'SMART' (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Reflects Customer Perspective, Timely) goals as a reference, estimate the impact (financial, service, clinical quality, etc.) of performance improvement activities.
Mentor and coach local improvement advisors (IA's).
Facilitate meetings (e.g., project meetings, IA student meetings, Performance Improvement Steering Committee, etc.) effectively and productively, as required.
Instill within all improvement team efforts the rigorous use of data, the importance of process/outcome/balancing metrics and the application of data analysis tools to guide decision-making.
Utilize standard industry tools (e.g., SPC software, MS Project, MS Access, MS Excel) in managing the PI Program.
Continuously update knowledge and skills.
Demonstrate proficiency and knowledge in appropriate PI key skills as identified and prioritized by the Juran Institute.
Develop a training program for IA's based upon their individual and collective needs. Train and coach medical center physicians and other staff as needed.
Prepare medical center staff - selected by leadership to attend the Client's Improvement Institute -for successful completion of the training within one year.
Upon graduation, continue to coach and support IA graduates as they do additional work and apply their new skills.
Assist the organization as a 'support resource' during the delivery of organizationally-sponsored PI training (e.g.,annual Improvement Institute 'Wave' training, local SPC).
Roles may include: serving as table facilitators; content expert faculty; preparation of Power Point decks; or simply an additional 'pair of hands.'
Develop and deliver - with the assistance and support of assigned SCAL PI Mentor - local training programs for leaders, physicians, managers, UBT co-leads and frontline staff as articulated in the annual plan.
Coach improvement initiative co-leaders and frontline PI teams in the use of the Client's Performance Improvement Model, to include PDSA cycles.
As requested or at a minimum annually, complete organizational assessment surveys to identify resource and training gaps.
Develop and implement strategies to address and close the most pressing issues.
Develop effective partnership and trust with assigned SCAL PI Mentor.
Coordinate work with local Unit Based Teams (UBT's) to provide guidance, coaching and training as needed.
Participate in the creation of a PI Community of Practice at the Regional and Program Office levels.
Actively participate in Community of Practice (COP) meetings of SCAL Lead IA's on a monthly basis.
Ensure accurate and timely completion of Program Office's annual PI organizational assessment survey.
Participate in the development of regional and national performance improvement dialogues as needed.

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Location US-CO-Denver, CO
Employment Type Full-Time Employee
Pay Type Year
Pay Rate N/A
Store Type Business Development, Business Opportunity, General Business
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Job Description

Looking for a Senior Performance Improvement Consultant with 5 plus years of direct experience with Process improvement and tools

Job Description:

Title:- Sr. Performance Improvement Advisor

This position reports to Performance Improvement Director, supporting the senior management team by identifying, developing and managing a portfolio of performance improvement (PI) initiatives associated with high priority strategic goals sponsored at either the local or organizational level. This position routinely: ensures status reporting of portfolio of projects; monitors and coaches performance improvement teams; supports the teaching of basic improvement skills to medical center teams and others as needed; identifies and communicates initiative barriers to executive teams for resolution; supports leadership and Unit Based Team (UBT) consultants in order to align performance improvement efforts with the overall goals of the medical center; and contributes to the achievement of strategic objectives by applying the science of performance improvement.

Major Responsibilities:

Provide support to and liaison with the local executive team in applying performance improvement principles and tools to improve clinical quality, enhance customer service, efficiently provide care, reduce waste and reduce the cost profile.

  • Ensure that PI efforts align with the strategic objectives of the medical center and the organization.
  • Provide regular updates of the Performance Improvement program, to include the status of sponsored projects and progress toward stated objectives.
  • Escalate issues and concerns appropriately and proactively.
  • Develop an annual performance improvement plan that outlines priorities, training needs and infrastructure requirements.
  • Partner with Local Area Finance Offices to establish and validate the financial impact associated with the improvement efforts.
  • Develop and execute a PI program at the local medical center level, ensuring a culture of operational excellence and commitment to continuous improvement.
  • Manage a portfolio of performance improvement projects, ensuring that goals, critical path milestones and deadlines are organized, coordinated, and met - while allowing the local operational leaders to maintain process ownership.
  • Perform all activities and tasks required to deliver on the aspirations of the annual performance plan, such as building infrastructure, providing training, etc.
  • Using 'SMART' (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Reflects Customer Perspective, Timely) goals as a reference, estimate the impact (financial, service, clinical quality, etc.) of performance improvement activities.
  • Mentor and coach local improvement advisors (IA's).
  • Facilitate meetings (e.g., project meetings, IA student meetings, Performance Improvement Steering Committee, etc.) effectively and productively, as required.
  • Instill within all improvement team efforts the rigorous use of data, the importance of process/outcome/balancing metrics and the application of data analysis tools to guide decision-making.
  • Utilize standard industry tools (e.g., SPC software, MS Project, MS Access, MS Excel) in managing the PI Program.
  • Continuously update knowledge and skills.
  • Demonstrate proficiency and knowledge in appropriate PI key skills as identified and prioritized by the Juran Institute.
  • Develop a training program for IA's based upon their individual and collective needs. Train and coach medical center physicians and other staff as needed.
  • Prepare medical center staff - selected by leadership to attend the Client's Improvement Institute -for successful completion of the training within one year.
  • Upon graduation, continue to coach and support IA graduates as they do additional work and apply their new skills.
  • Assist the organization as a 'support resource' during the delivery of organizationally-sponsored PI training (e.g.,annual Improvement Institute 'Wave' training, local SPC).
  • Roles may include: serving as table facilitators; content expert faculty; preparation of Power Point decks; or simply an additional 'pair of hands.'
  • Develop and deliver - with the assistance and support of assigned SCAL PI Mentor - local training programs for leaders, physicians, managers, UBT co-leads and frontline staff as articulated in the annual plan.
  • Coach improvement initiative co-leaders and frontline PI teams in the use of the Client's Performance Improvement Model, to include PDSA cycles.
  • As requested or at a minimum annually, complete organizational assessment surveys to identify resource and training gaps.
  • Develop and implement strategies to address and close the most pressing issues.
  • Develop effective partnership and trust with assigned SCAL PI Mentor.
  • Coordinate work with local Unit Based Teams (UBT's) to provide guidance, coaching and training as needed.
  • Participate in the creation of a PI Community of Practice at the Regional and Program Office levels.
  • Actively participate in Community of Practice (COP) meetings of SCAL Lead IA's on a monthly basis.
  • Ensure accurate and timely completion of Program Office's annual PI organizational assessment survey.
  • Participate in the development of regional and national performance improvement dialogues as needed.

Job Requirements

Looking for a Senior Performance Improvement Consultant with 5 plus years of direct experience with Process improvement and tools

Job Description:

Title:- Sr. Performance Improvement Advisor

This position reports to Performance Improvement Director, supporting the senior management team by identifying, developing and managing a portfolio of performance improvement (PI) initiatives associated with high priority strategic goals sponsored at either the local or organizational level. This position routinely: ensures status reporting of portfolio of projects; monitors and coaches performance improvement teams; supports the teaching of basic improvement skills to medical center teams and others as needed; identifies and communicates initiative barriers to executive teams for resolution; supports leadership and Unit Based Team (UBT) consultants in order to align performance improvement efforts with the overall goals of the medical center; and contributes to the achievement of strategic objectives by applying the science of performance improvement.

Major Responsibilities:

Provide support to and liaison with the local executive team in applying performance improvement principles and tools to improve clinical quality, enhance customer service, efficiently provide care, reduce waste and reduce the cost profile.

Ensure that PI efforts align with the strategic objectives of the medical center and the organization.
Provide regular updates of the Performance Improvement program, to include the status of sponsored projects and progress toward stated objectives.
Escalate issues and concerns appropriately and proactively.
Develop an annual performance improvement plan that outlines priorities, training needs and infrastructure requirements.
Partner with Local Area Finance Offices to establish and validate the financial impact associated with the improvement efforts.
Develop and execute a PI program at the local medical center level, ensuring a culture of operational excellence and commitment to continuous improvement.
Manage a portfolio of performance improvement projects, ensuring that goals, critical path milestones and deadlines are organized, coordinated, and met - while allowing the local operational leaders to maintain process ownership.
Perform all activities and tasks required to deliver on the aspirations of the annual performance plan, such as building infrastructure, providing training, etc.
Using 'SMART' (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Reflects Customer Perspective, Timely) goals as a reference, estimate the impact (financial, service, clinical quality, etc.) of performance improvement activities.
Mentor and coach local improvement advisors (IA's).
Facilitate meetings (e.g., project meetings, IA student meetings, Performance Improvement Steering Committee, etc.) effectively and productively, as required.
Instill within all improvement team efforts the rigorous use of data, the importance of process/outcome/balancing metrics and the application of data analysis tools to guide decision-making.
Utilize standard industry tools (e.g., SPC software, MS Project, MS Access, MS Excel) in managing the PI Program.
Continuously update knowledge and skills.
Demonstrate proficiency and knowledge in appropriate PI key skills as identified and prioritized by the Juran Institute.
Develop a training program for IA's based upon their individual and collective needs. Train and coach medical center physicians and other staff as needed.
Prepare medical center staff - selected by leadership to attend the Client's Improvement Institute -for successful completion of the training within one year.
Upon graduation, continue to coach and support IA graduates as they do additional work and apply their new skills.
Assist the organization as a 'support resource' during the delivery of organizationally-sponsored PI training (e.g.,annual Improvement Institute 'Wave' training, local SPC).
Roles may include: serving as table facilitators; content expert faculty; preparation of Power Point decks; or simply an additional 'pair of hands.'
Develop and deliver - with the assistance and support of assigned SCAL PI Mentor - local training programs for leaders, physicians, managers, UBT co-leads and frontline staff as articulated in the annual plan.
Coach improvement initiative co-leaders and frontline PI teams in the use of the Client's Performance Improvement Model, to include PDSA cycles.
As requested or at a minimum annually, complete organizational assessment surveys to identify resource and training gaps.
Develop and implement strategies to address and close the most pressing issues.
Develop effective partnership and trust with assigned SCAL PI Mentor.
Coordinate work with local Unit Based Teams (UBT's) to provide guidance, coaching and training as needed.
Participate in the creation of a PI Community of Practice at the Regional and Program Office levels.
Actively participate in Community of Practice (COP) meetings of SCAL Lead IA's on a monthly basis.
Ensure accurate and timely completion of Program Office's annual PI organizational assessment survey.
Participate in the development of regional and national performance improvement dialogues as needed.
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