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Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas city is one of only 7 in the nation to achieve recognition by the Joint Commission as a Valve Center of Excellence. We are looking for a dynamic individual to fill the position as a our Valve Clinic Coordinator. This individual is key to the overall operations of the Valve Clinic and plays an integral role in the valve repair or replacement (TMVR) Programs. The ideal candidate must be able to manage several activities at once while observing deadlines and to function and communicate effectively with a multidisciplinary team consisting of Cardiologists, Cardiothoracic Surgeons, Advance Practice Providers and research staff. Being able to work with a team is a key to the success of the program.
Assessment and decision making skills in the management of acute and chronically ill patients.
Have the ability to cope with high stress levels associated with ongoing and changing needs of patients and care planning developed by providers and the overall demands of maintaining effective working relationships with peers, physicians and other healthcare workers.
Possess superior customer service skills and professional etiquette.
Proficient in computer applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and other office technology
Have the ability to function independently, adapt to workload demands, set priorities and understand and set goals.
Ensure that processes and protocols are in place to assure smooth operations and patient flow.
Collaborate with the clinic manager to ensure completion of all program documentation for compliance with regulatory standards.
Identify and implement practices and protocols based on evidence based data and research to improved quality and cost effective patient outcomes.
Participate in development of education materials and patient education.
Evaluate the effectiveness of care delivery and provide feedback.
Participate in CEU programs, conferences, seminars and workshops.
Identify program education/training needs and assist with curriculum development and organization of in-service programs
Contribute and provide insight in the development of program goals.
3-5 years applicable experience
Experience in a leadership role preferred.
Bachelor's Degree (Required
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