Healthcare Risk Management Coordinator
We Fight Cancer: Care That Never Quits®
Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA®) delivers an extraordinary patient experience we call Patient Empowered Care®. We deliver state-of-the-art, high quality care through an integrative model where a team of experts puts patients at the center of their own care. Every day, you will help patients win the fight against cancer. Every day is challenging and rewarding beyond your imagination.
A Culture of Teamwork, Empowerment & Development
CTCA provides Stakeholders with exceptional support and easy access to a wide range of tools and resources they need to bring the best of themselves, every day. Our benefits, wellness, and compensation programs lead the market. We also provide extensive training and career development opportunities that encourage professional and personal growth—it is a point of pride. We empower our Stakeholders to deliver the highest standard of care, which we call the Mother Standard®.
Risk Coordinator works to ensure patient and staff safety, respond to claims of clinical malpractice, address patient complaints, and comply with federal and state regulations. While their primary responsibility is to protect the hospital’s interests, Risk Coordinator efforts contribute significantly to the quality of patient care.
Risk Coordinator works with all Stakeholders to ensure consistency and reliability in policies, procedures and treatment protocols that govern the high quality, compassionate and safe delivery of all patient care provided at the Center.
Risk Coordinator will facilitate operational and process improvements identified through event reporting, participation in safety committees, risk assessments, and other data collection efforts.
The activities include the identification, evaluation and mitigation of loss exposures.
The Risk Coordinator identifies, analyzes and acts upon actual and potential exposures to the organization with a goal of improved patient safety and protection of the organization’s assets. This is also accomplished through education and collaboration with all levels of the organization.
This position requires high level communication and analytical skills, particularly in dealing with sensitive clinical information and clinical events. The Risk Coordinator must maintain strict confidentiality of information that is frequently of a highly sensitive nature and/or protected under state and federal law.
The Risk Coordinator is responsible for reviewing incident reports and conducting investigations of complaints or reports related to the treatment of or alleged injuries to patients or visitors and/or other incidents.
Key Position Qualifications
- Clinical experience as a registered nurse or allied health professional
- Minimum of one-three years of Risk Management experience
- Minimum of a bachelor’s degree, such as a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
- Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management
- Program Management experience preferred
- Three years direct experience in acute healthcare risk management
The Best Place to Work
We call ourselves Stakeholders because we all have a stake in the care and success of every patient. Today, CTCA Stakeholders deliver healing and hope to patients fighting complex and advanced cancer in Atlanta, GA, Chicago, IL, Philadelphia, PA, Phoenix, AZ and Tulsa, OK. Each of our hospitals, and corporate entities, earned a Best Place to Work distinction and receives numerous accreditations that celebrate our culture of clinical quality, innovation, high performance and wellness.
Beyond The Resume, What We Look For
We select people with talent—people who value working with others and thrive in an environment of continuous improvement. We are creative and resourceful problem solvers. We are inventors and innovators. As a CTCA Stakeholder, you make the difference in the life of a patient. Do you see yourself working with a passionate team in a dynamic, high growth environment? If so, we hope you begin the application process, today.