Manager of Accreditation and Performance Improvement
Universal Health Services, Inc.
September 15, 2018
PROMINENCE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Founded in 1978,Â Universal Health Services, Inc. (UHS)* is one of the nationâ€™s largest and most respected healthcare management companies, operating through its subsidiariesâ€"acute care hospitals, behavioral health facilities and ambulatory centers nationwide. With more than 74,000 people employed by UHS subsidiaries, UHSâ€™s business strategy is to continue to grow by building or purchasing healthcare facilities across the country, while continuing to strengthen UHSâ€™s well-reputed franchise with itsÂ customaryÂ exceptional service and effective cost control. Our success is driven by a service philosophy based on integrity, competence, compassion, and a responsive management style. UHS has been recognized as a Fortune 500 company and is listed as one of Fortuneâ€™s Most Admired Companies. UHSâ€™s Acute Care Division is comprised of 25 high performing hospitals and several ambulatory care facilities across the nation and prides itself on providing superior patient care.Â
Prominence Health Plan, established in Reno in 1993 as St. Maryâ€™s Health Plan, was acquired in 2014 by Universal Health Services (UHS), one of Fortune Most Admired Companies.Â
In addition to the HMO, Prominence Health Plan also offers Point of Service health plans, a preferred health insurance company that offers Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) health plans, and CDS Group Health, a third-party administrator.
We are a fast-growing, rapidly-changing healthcare organization offering the excitement of a start-up with the support of a Fortune 500 company. We are looking for talented, enthusiastic people to help shape the future of our organization.
Job Summary:Â The Manager of Accreditation and Performance Improvement is responsible for the leadership, development, management, implementation and execution of Prominence Health Planâ€™s Accreditation and Performance Improvement Program. The Manager works closely with clinical and business leaders in the development and implementation of accreditation initiatives aligned with the planâ€™s clinical, business, quality measurement and performance improvement strategies. Responsibilities include ensuring that the Accreditation Program meets or exceeds regulatory and accreditation requirements for: NCQA accreditation; facilitation of operational productivity metrics; performance improvement initiatives; development and implementation of the annual quality and chronic care improvement plans; management of the planâ€™s quality committees; quality of care complaints critical incident reporting; and, policies and procedures. This position reports to the Director of Compliance.