Risk Management Officer

Company Name:
Phoenix House Foundation
This position is responsible for managing potential risks and liabilities within the agency. This includes creating and implementing policies that improve both client care and employee safety; As well as educating and training staff about potential risks and responsibilities. This position will need to be able to work with all agency departments to ensure that the agency is meeting licensing and regulatory requirements, contract requirement and other protocols designed to minimize risk to the agency. It is based out of Arlington, Virginia.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Develop and maintain a risk management committee to prevent, monitor and analysis risk and potential risks on a regular basis
Report regularly to senior management on identified risks
Work with all departments clinical, medical, facilities, HR, fianc and Develop to identify potential risk and establish policies/protocols to minimize identified risks.
Work closely with the compliance officer to ensure appropriate documentation and delivery of a high level of clinical services
Ensure chart compliance with regulatory requirements (CARF, licensure, etc.)
Assist program staff in enhancing documentation expertise
Responsible for coordinating Quality Assurance activities for all PHMA programs
Meet with programs monthly and participates in Q.A. meetings at program level
Assist program staff with data collection, statistical computation, and data analysis
Works with program staff to identify significant findings and to implement clinical adjustments to enhance client outcome and program effectiveness
Schedule, attend, and document quarterly and annual QA meetings for agency
Produces and distributes follow-up reports after each agency QA meeting
Develop and direct training related to EHR
Develop and distribute training materials (quick reference guides, workflow documents, etc.) pertaining to the functions in the EHR
Oversee the tasks, timelines, and resources necessary to successfully train and retrain staff on the EHR
Create and distribute regular performance reports relative to the HER
Maintain ethical standards and continued professional growth, including
Abide by Program and PHMA policy and procedures. Oversees staff understanding and compliance.
Ensure all CARF standards are instituted and maintained
Promote, in public and private contacts, the quality standards and ethical practices of PHMA staff
Continue professional growth by attending workshops, trainings and staff in-service trainings to increase skill and knowledge and to set appropriate example for staff
Maintain professional boundaries with staff and clients
Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor
EDUCATION:
Degree in relevant field (BA, MA, MIS etc) or equivalent experience
Master Degree Preferred
Current licensure/certification including CES, CPR, First Aid, and Medication Management
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Ability to write and speak effectively, ability to organize and work on several projects simultaneously
Attention to detail and ability to carry out projects from inception to completion
Knowledge of statistics and computers required, including excellent knowledge of Excel, Power Point and Microsoft Word, as well as familiarity with audiovisual equipment
Ability technically set up training sessions in remote sites using various IT and audio/visual equipment.
Strong familiarity with Internet/web and electronic mail
Ability to present on topics related to substance abuse treatment desired
Ability to maintain appropriate professional boundaries
Must have problem solving skills and a high degree of self-motivation
Must be organized and able to prioritize duties and tasks Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
TO APPLY:
Please forward resume to with Risk Management Officer in the subject line via email or FAX to 703-841-2316. We at Phoenix House appreciate your interest and consideration of roles in our organization.
Phoenix House is an Equal Opportunity Employer providing equality of opportunity to all who are protected against discrimination by law, regulation or executive order, including veterans and individuals with disabilities.

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