The Risk Manager is responsible for assisting in managing the coordination of the entity’s pro-active enterprise risk management (ERM) loss prevention strategies and initiatives, which include: managing organizational incident software system; identifying potentially compensable events; interfacing with legal counsel; managing and analyzing enterprise risk management data; developing and conducting enterprise risk management related educational programs; and complying with all regulatory and risk management-related statutes and standards.
Manages the organization’s incident software system to include review/investigation of each incident, identification of Potentially Compensable Event (PCE), facilitate tracking/trending and preparation of risk management statistical, quantitative, and qualitative analyses, identifying opportunities for improvement, improvement actions taken, education and follow-up to evaluate mitigation.
Analyzes prior entity claims and lawsuits for the purpose of identifying potential opportunities for improvement in collaboration with the Director, Enterprise Risk Management.
Collaborates with Director, Enterprise Risk Management on processes of potentially compensable events, including coordination with carrier claims manager/adjuster to open a claim or incident file, manage internal discover and interrogatories, coordinate follow up required by provider/staff.
Provides enterprise-wide risk management in-service training to employees and clinical staff to enhance safety awareness in their role in preserving the organization's assets and reducing liability exposure.
Assists with facility or entity GAP and risk assessments for all areas of risk (ERM).
Interacts with legal counsel, insurance carriers, third party administrators and patient/family members to affect timely settlement of claims.
Credentials and Qualifications
Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare, Legal or related field of study, required.
Minimum five (5) years’ previous acute and/or ambulatory healthcare risk management, patient safety or quality assurance experience, required.
License (LHRM) and/or certification in healthcare risk management (CPHRM), required.
Master’s Degree in Healthcare, Legal or related field of study, preferred.
Certified Professional in Patient Safety (CPPS), preferred
About Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute
Founded in 1984, Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute (FCS) is the largest independent medical oncology/hematology practice in the United States. With over 240 physicians, more than 220 advanced practice providers and physician assistants and nearly 100 locations in our network, we are committed to providing world-class cancer care in community-based settings close to home.
Our team includes well-respected physicians and highly trained staff who provide each patient with an individualized treatment plan. Our physicians are board-certified and consistently ranked nationally as Top Doctors by U.S. News & World Report. Trained in such prestigious medical schools and research institutes as Duke, Stanford, Harvard, Emory, M.D. Anderson, and Memorial Sloan-Kettering, the physicians of Florida Cancer Specialists provide leadership and consultation in many of the state's leading hospitals.
We serve patients on the Gulf Coast from Naples to Tallahassee, Central Florida and on the East Coast from Palm Beach County to Jacksonville.
We have built a national reputation for excellence that is reflected in exceptional and compassionate patient care, driven by innovative clinic...al research and cutting-edge technologies that help advance targeted treatments and genetically-based immunotherapies, and embodied by our outstanding team of highly-trained and dedicated physicians, clinicians and staff.