HSAG has an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Quality Measure Director to oversee CMS measure development and strategic planning contracts related to quality measurement in the physician office and ambulatory/outpatient setting. The Clinical Quality Measure Director will lead an internal team of researchers, analysts, writers, and subject matter and policy experts to meet CMS project objectives and produce timely deliverables, including literature reviews, environmental scans, public-facing documents, and interim and final reports to CMS. The position requires an MD, DO, RN, or PharmD degree; five or more years of clinical experience in a physician office or outpatient facility; expertise in measure development, clinical informatics, or public policy; and demonstrated experience in producing public reports.
This position has remote potential.
• Oversight of planning, execution, and delivery of large-scale, high-visibility interim and final project reports at a level of quality suitable for CMS leadership and public consumption • Expertise in clinical processes in the ambulatory/outpatient setting, including, but not limited to, quality measurement, performance improvement activities, patient relations, patient safety, and physician practice patterns • Facilitation of standing meetings and briefings with contracting officer’s representative (COR) • Staff resource planning and allocations, budget projections, and management • Review and approval of deliverables • Preparation of briefs and option papers (e.g., Situation, Background, Assessment, Recommendation [SBARs]) • Preparation, review, and approval of research papers for publication in peer-reviewed journals or as industry white papers, as agreed upon by CMS • Guidance to project staff, mentoring to support career growth, and knowledge sharing • Participation in continuous improvement and process redesign initiatives to optimize quality and efficiency of work products and processes • Preparation of formal responses to RFPs and RFIs
OTHER QUALIFICATIONS • Experience in presenting to a wide variety of audiences, including internal and external senior leadership, national stakeholders, and conferences (examples requested) • Outstanding verbal/written communication skills (examples requested)
WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Occasional travel will be required approximately once per month, depending on contractual requirements and allowances.
DISCLAIMER This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the position. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current position, management reserves the right to revise the position or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change (e.g., emergencies, changes in personnel or workload, rush jobs requiring irregular work hours, or technological developments).
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For more than three decades, HSAG has been committed to improving the quality of healthcare services in order to achieve the best possible patient outcomes.
•Healthcare quality expertise to those who deliver care and those who receive care.
•Tools and resources for patients, families, and caregivers to be advocates for their own health.
Since our beginning in 1979, we have adva...nced to become a multi-state Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization (QIN-QIO), External Quality Review Organization (EQRO), and End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Network contractor, serving approximately:
•25 percent of our nation’s Medicare population.
•45 percent of our nation’s Medicaid population.
•19 percent of our nation's dialysis population.
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We embody quality in all we do: in the services we provide, in the knowledge we share, and in the relationships we build with providers, patients, families, and caregivers. Quality is our way of doing business, and directs all of our actions and work.