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Risk Manager

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Risk Manager €“ Office of Legal Affairs
With a commitment to quality, safety and the patient experience, the unique role of Risk Manager at New York-Presbyterian/Queens is to oversee the entire risk management program and help develop systems and processes to improve the monitoring and control of risk to the medical center. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Key Responsibilities:
Reviews past incidents and claims, hospital loss and liability reports, and local and national hospital-related incident or risk data and statistics.
Monitors the actions of hospital staff or their work environments to check for issues of compliance with existing policies and procedures, or ask hospital department managers to provide risk assessments about staff, patient or visitor safety.
Reports his findings and solutions to immediate issues, as well as plans for potential future issues or emergencies, to hospital management.
Develop new policies and procedures.
Make recommendations depending on his specific findings, giving existing staff additional training and responsibilities designed to prevent errors.
Reviews and disseminates changes in legislation and regulations.
Reviews hospital and practitioner medical malpractice and liability insurance and makes insurance coverage recommendations.
Required Criteria
Bachelor's Degree
Five or more years of progressive experience in healthcare risk management, regulatory affairs, quality management and/or patient safety.
Enjoy competitive compensation along with benefits such as tuition reimbursement, hospital retirement contributions, and financial planning assistance. Start your life-changing journey today.
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