This position will serve under the direction of the Director of Clinical Operations of the SVS PSO. The primary role of this position is to assist with data integrity, registry reporting, PSO regulatory requirements and supporting regional meetings.
What You’ll Own (Responsibilities):
PSO workforce records and training (ad hoc and annually)
PSO named physician records (ad hoc and annually)
Annual and periodic updates to Inclusion/Exclusion criteria, CPT and ICD-10 codes
Conduct initial screenings of research proposals and manage the research proposal approval process with the SVS PSO’s Research Advisory Council
Supports quarterly calls with regional data managers
Lead the source data auditing process
Statistical/out of range data audit lead
Work with external data vendor to provide data for annual AHRQ reporting
Assist Director with registry creation and revision
Assist Director with maintaining device lists
Assist Director with customer support questions
Assist with VQI annual meeting registry content sessions
Lead staff person to manage registry committees to inform reporting improvements
Other duties as assigned
What You’ll Bring to the Job (Skill requirements):
Registered Nurse or Nurse Practitioner required
Bachelor’s Degree preferred
7+ years of experience in Vascular Disease preferred
Experience working with clinical data registries, with a strong preference for familiarity with vascular or cardiovascular registries
Must have a strong working knowledge of CPT and ICD-10 codes
Highly motivated, results-oriented, and able to prioritize efforts to use limited resources efficiently
Demonstrated skills to apply effective oral, electronic, and written communication methods with colleagues and volunteers
Experience leading committees or formal working groups
Ability to work effectively with all multi-disciplinary team members, both internal and external
Proficiency in Microsoft Office, specifically in Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel required; Google docs/sheets, ability to learn new technology as required
Physical Requirements & Environment
Typical office setting with routine sitting and occasional standing. Routine use of basic office equipment and computer. Frequent travel is required for this position. Occasional evening and/or weekend work maybe required based on business needs. Telecommuting is allowed.
SVS offers a comprehensive and competitive recognition and reward program. We believe in professional staff development. We know that our investment in employee growth provides even greater potential for them to contribute to our organization, each other, and the community at large.
About the Society for Vascular Surgery
The Society for Vascular Surgery advances the care and knowledge of vascular disease, which affects the veins and arteries of the body, to improve lives everywhere. It counts more than 6,000 medical professionals worldwide as members, including surgeons, physicians and nurses. For more information about vascular health and the society, please visit www.vascular.org.
The Society for Vascular Surgery® (SVS) is a not-for-profit professional medical society, composed primarily of vascular surgeons, that seeks to advance excellence and innovation in vascular health through education, advocacy, research and public awareness. SVS is the national advocate for more than 5,800 specialty-trained vascular surgeons and other medical professionals who are dedicated to the prevention and cure of vascular disease. http://www.vascular.org/
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