As part of our continued commitment to providing a safe and healthy workplace, Phoenix Children’s is officially a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination organization, effective October 1, 2021. All new employees must be fully vaccinated prior to starting employment at Phoenix Children’s. Having a vaccinated workforce is an important step in supporting our mission to provide hope, healing and the best healthcare for the children in our community.
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The Network Quality Performance Coordinator (NQPC) is responsible for activities involving quality measures and compliance with applicable regulatory and contractual requirements. The goal of the NQPC is to work collaboratively with multiple health care professionals, patients, and families, and key internal stakeholders to identify and assist with closing gaps in care. The NQPC`s focus is in increasing quality metric compliance for our patient population, contracted providers, and associated health insurance plans. The NQPC will Identify patient barriers that prevent gap closure, such as transportation, language barriers, health literacy, etc. and work with internal and external stakeholders to remove these barriers, resulting in gap closure. The NQPC will be primarily focused on connecting with patients and practices that who have gaps-in-care related to PCCN’s contractual quality metrics. The NQPC will work with PCCN`s operational and clincal teams to achieve excellent performance, meaningful outputs, and adherence to compliance objectives. Network Quality Performance Coordinators are excellent problem-solvers who show initiative. They are highly organized and efficient, allowing them to work on multiple goals simultaneously and meet and exceed productivity benchmarks.