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Director Of Quality Improvement

As the Director of Quality Improvement (Supervisory Health Insurance Specialist on USAJOBS), you will serve as Group Director, who, along with the Deputy Group Director, oversees subordinate divisions with overall responsibility for leading the development of Medicare and Medicaid quality standards.

What you'll do:

  • Serve as Agency representative and expert on the Conditions of Participation (COPs)/Conditions for Coverage (CFCs) in meetings with Federal and State government officials, congressional staff, stakeholder organizations, and members of the press.
  • Serve as subject-matter expert, providing interpretations and supportive consultations of established and proposed policies associated with Medicare and Medicaid quality standards (e.g. COPs/CFCs) for various clinical settings and provider types.
  • Prepare regulation specifications, regulation impact analysis, and evaluation of regulation comments, overseeing the clearance of regulations.
  • Act as a confidential consultant and advisor to the Center Director and higher levels of Agency and Departmental management on critical decisions and recommendations associated with Medicare and Medicaid quality standards.
  • Oversee the staff -level work associated with managing the development and evaluation of proposed legislation pertaining to quality standards for providers.

Experience we're looking for:

(1) Developing interpretations or consultations of policies associated with Medicare and/or Medicaid quality standards.
(2) Developing a variety of written products (including, but not limited to: briefing documents, correspondence, contractor performance evaluations, project evaluations and reports, and issue papers) to brief senior officials on healthcare quality rules/regulations.
(3) Leading work activities of a team of multi-disciplinary professionals, (including, but not limited to: nurses, clinical professionals, and economic impact specialists) to implement healthcare policy.

To see full list of eligibility criteria, see job posting on USAJOBs.

Apply by 6/21/21!