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Risk Managment Specialist (50% position)

Job Duties

This position will take phone calls and provide consultation to clinical staff and ancillary staff on topics such as proper consent and documentation for the purposes of risk mitigation, investigate potentially compensable events and medical malpractice claims, review medical records and event for liability issues, provide guidance on disclosure of adverse events and direction on the documentation of the disclosure, conduct risk management education and training programs, participate in data collection and interpretation of risk trends to formulate sustainable action plans.

Job Qualifications

Requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing . BSN with a Masters Degreee in a job related field preferred. A minimum of five years of clinical experience required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, proficiency in using a computer including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, good judgment and decision-making abilities, and a talent for leading and facilitating group and team meetings.

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Summary Information

  • Job Title: Risk Managment Specialist (50% position)
  • UCLA Title: Specialist
  • Job Num.: H65498
  • Work Hours: M- F or optional schedule to be discussed
  • Work Location: Wilshire Center
  • Job Type: Career
  • Duration: Indef
  • Minimum Salary: $30.94 / $5383
  • Maximum Salary: $59.39 / $10333
  • Layoff Referral Deadline:
  • Bargaining Unit: 99

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