DaVita Integrated Kidney Care (IKC) has proven that integrating care achieves the triple aim of improved patient quality of life, better outcomes and lower total cost of care. What sets DaVita IKC apart is that we not only provide great care management but we start with our heart with our patients and each other. We focus on creating both a great experience for our patients and a special place to work for our Clinical Quality Audit Specialist and teammates.
The Clinical Quality Audit Specialist performs internal audits as part of the DaVita Integrated Kidney Care (IKC) Quality and Patient Safety Program. These audits support the review but is not limited to the care provided, completeness of patient medical records, and the compliance with standards, policies, and procedures. The Clinical Quality Audit Specialist analyzes and reports outcomes at both a system and individual level and collaborates with operations team and other stakeholders to identify areas for continuous improvement. Additionally, the Clinical Quality Audit Specialist facilitates external quality oversight chart audits with health plans and CMS to ensure model of care requirements are met.
This is a Remote position.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Qualifications for the Clinical Quality Audit Specialist:
DaVita as a Company:
DaVita Integrated Kidney Care (DaVita IKC) is the integrated care division of DaVita Inc. working on DaVita's vision to provide integrated care to all ESRD patients, who are some of the most medically complex and vulnerable patient populations in the US. Our more than 600 dedicated nurses, care coordinators, nurse practitioners (NPs), Clinical Quality Audit Specialists and business professionals integrate and manage care for more than 20,000 patients with late-stage chronic kidney disease (CKD) and end stage renal disease (ESRD) across the US each month.
DaVita IKC is on a mission to revolutionize kidney care, with a vision of making integrated care the standard of care for all renal patients. To help us achieve our vision, we're investing extensively in developing both our model of care and our team. When you join DaVita IKC as a Clinical Quality Audit Specialist, you're joining a compassionate team committed to quality patient care. Through our commitment to training, growth and quality we consistently achieve superior clinical outcomes while giving teammates the opportunity to excel in an award-winning environment that enables them to thrive both professionally and personally.
Join us as our Clinical Quality Audit Specialist as we pursue our vision "To Build the Greatest Healthcare Community the World has Ever Seen."
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What We'll Provide:
More than just pay to our Clinical Quality Audit Specialist, our DaVita Rewards package connects teammates to what matters most. The Clinical Quality Audit Specialist and teammates are eligible to begin receiving benefits on the first day of the month following or coinciding with one month of continuous employment. Below are some of our benefit offerings.
At DaVita, we strive to be a community first and a company second. We want all teammates to experience DaVita as "a place where I belong." Our goal is to embed Diversity & Belonging into everything we do in our Village, so that it becomes part of who we are. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and an affirmative action employer. As such, individuals are recruited, hired, assigned and promoted without regard to race, national origin, religion, age, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status, or any other protected characteristic.
Salary/ Wage Range$68,400.00 to $100,400.00
Compensation for the role will depend on a number of factors, including a candidate's qualifications, skills, competencies and experience and may fall outside of the range shown. DaVita offers a competitive total rewards package, which includes a 401k match, healthcare coverage and a broad range of other benefits. Learn more at https://careers.davita.com/benefits
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