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Program Manager Clinic Risk


CHRISTUS System Office


Quality and Risk Management


Occasional Overnight Travel Up To 20 Percent


CHRISTUS Corp Irving Offices 919 and 909 Buildings


919 Hidden Ridge
Irving, TX  75038
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Works in conjunction with the Vice President Quality and Safety to implement the system clinical risk management program including development, management and analysis of patient safety information; management of patient safety occurrences and clinical event investigations; identification and prioritization of patient safety concerns; development and management of system strategies to mitigate patient safety concerns; oversight and consultation of facility specific plans to address/implement corrective action plans.

  • Assist in identification and evaluation of activities or events occurring within the system and facilities, which may affect patient safety resulting in either patient injury and/ or offer a potential opportunity to improve care delivery and patient safety
  • Facilitate implementation and management of a system clinical adverse event investigation process and provide consultation to facility and system staff
  • Provide leadership for conducting patient safety/ clinical risk assessments and adverse event investigations including root cause analyses and implementation of effective corrective action plans
  • Demonstrate a high degree of professionalism when working with staff involved in adverse events, promoting a culture of no-blame and collaboration
  • Facilitate, track, and maintain appropriate records and metrics regarding adverse events and potential for patient and staff safety issues
  • Facilitate system efforts to analyze data including metrics, surveys, occurrence reports, adverse event investigations, FMEAs and other information to identify and prioritize clinical risk management/ loss prevention, and patient and staff safety concerns
  • Support and contribute in system efforts to carry out FMEAs regarding clinical risk management/ loss prevention, and patient and staff safety concerns
  • Carry out other duties as assigned from the Vice President Quality and Safety.
  • Strive to increase and share current knowledge in the areas of clinical risk management and patient and staff safety


  • Bachelor's Degree in a healthcare related field required 
  • Masters degree preferred.
  • Three to five years healthcare experience in areas such as patient safety, quality, risk management, nursing, high reliability, and/or performance improvement.
  • Registered nurse in the state of Texas.
  • Certifications in healthcare quality or healthcare safety, preferred.

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