Under the supervision and general direction of the Project Director, the Clinical Coordinator position will work to facilitate continuity of breast and cervical cancer early detection strategies in the areas of provider participation, training, quality improvement, and public education. The Coordinator will be responsible for collection of report data throughout a 13 county region which will require the ability to travel within the state with some overnight stays, as needed.
Major duties include:
1. Interpret and instruct providers regarding Cancer Detection and Treatment Branch (CDTB) policies and procedures, and clinical services requirements.
2. Assist providers to increase compliance with the CDTB clinical standards, including reporting screening and diagnostic results, tracking and follow-up and recall for the next screening cycle, data entry and case management.
3. Assist providers with meeting all of the clinical Core Program Performance Indicator (CPPI) Benchmarks.
4. Interpret and instruct primary care clinicians in use of breast and cervical diagnostic algorithms.
5. Identify providers most in need of breast and/or cervical cancer related continuing education and encourage those providers to improve their clinical practice by obtaining needed training.
6. Implement provider training utilizing CDTB modules and collaborate with local organizations offering breast and/or cervical cancer related services.
7. Conduct Site Review of medical records, provider practice patterns and clinical services’ data to determine client status and completeness of care, compliance with professional practice standards, and submission of Minimum Data Elements (MDE).
8. Take appropriate actions based on reviews and bring concerns to the provider, the Project Director, and the CDTB Clinical Consultant.
9. Analyze/evaluate local data with state and national norm data. In the event of over or under- reporting of cancers, determine and evaluate the causative factors.
10. Develop and use mechanisms to enable individuals with a diagnosis of breast and/or cervical cancer to access needed treatment services.
11. Evaluate the appropriateness and availability of treatment services.
12. Ensure maintenance of confidentiality standards of client information.
13. Identify medical-legal issues in the clinical practice settings and provide expert nursing consultation in Risk Management.
14. Identify and recruit to fill provider network gaps.
15. Follow-up with any complaints as identified through the Cancer Prevention Institute of California (CPIC) as well as provider/patient complaints received locally through the Partnership office.
16. Complete applicable portions of annual progress reports as directed by specified guidelines.
17. Participate in agency staff meetings.
Must have valid California RN license, Bachelor's of Science in Nursing is preferred. Background in women's health a plus. Must own reliable transportation and have current auto insurance and driver's license.
Sacramento, California , 95811
$ 5500 - $ 7000 per month
California Health Collaborative
Sep 5th, 2018