Ensure that regulatory and accreditation standards of varying accrediting agencies are met (ACGME, ABIM, subspecialty boards).
Generate individual program level scorecard to track quality improvement changes over time.
Support the accreditation process, including the coordination of and active participation in internal reviews and site visits.
Develop and maintain documentation of files associated with program accreditation.
Provide guidance to program directors, coordinators, and faculty in the coordination and processing of programs for accreditation, including new programs.
Create evaluative reports needed to identify areas of improvement.
ACGME reporting, including folder documentation (license, residency verification, ABIM certification), evaluations (360, monthly, direct observation tools, procedure logs), semi-annual reviews, annual program review, and duty hour monitoring.
Implementation of milestones into curriculum and evaluation system.
Manage program evaluations in MedHub.
Submit the annual ACGME ADS update.
Manage the annual faculty and resident surveys.
Track and record scholarly activities for faculty and residents. -Monitor and track the board pass rate for all graduating trainees.
Assist with the annual stipend budget and contract process for assigned programs.
Coordinates and interprets requirements of the training program, including accreditation, duty schedules, evaluation process, resident/fellowship recruitment, Match process, orientation and employees relations.
Has a moderate/high level of authority in reporting and ensuring compliance with procedures regarding licensing, moonlighting, annual contracts, and initial and re-credentialing of trainees.
Performs other related work as needed.
One year of experience in graduate medical education or directly related experience in an academic setting. Â
Demonstrated ability for organization and coordination of multiple projects simultaneously.
Attention to detail
Ability to meet deadlines..Â
Demonstrated commitment to advancing the department toward continued accreditation in all ACGME requirements.Â Â Â
Excellent communication skills: oral, written, and interpersonal, including a proven ability to thoughtfully work with individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds and abilities.Â Â
Aptitude for self-directed and collaborative work
Ability to work flexibly as part of a team.Â Â
Ability to motivate others and work across organizational boundaries highly desired. Â
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