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Practice Transformation Specialist 

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Position Overview

The Practice Transformation Specialist is a critical team member that supports Stony Brook Medicine's CIN clinical effectiveness and quality initiatives. The Practice Transformation Specialist serves as a key primary contact for practice groups, collaborating directly with the providers and office staff to identify opportunities for workflow improvement, integration of clinical and information technology resources to support quality initiatives, and to provide education and guidance around performance and patient outcome measures.


• Serve as the primary contact and liaison for assigned provider practices.

• Engage and educate network providers, practice administrators, and clinical/clerical support staff to standardize clinical and operational workflow around ambulatory quality metrics

• Develop and lead efforts to increase provider adoption and use of various point-of-care solutions

• Use data analysis to identify opportunities for new clinical effectiveness initiatives

• Identify and promote opportunities for workflow standardization to improve patient and practice outcomes.

• Support CIN efforts to continuously evaluate, define, and implement network wide clinical initiatives and priorities

• Ensure clinical activities are appropriately documented and accurately reported for internal and external organizational requirements

. • Travel will be required to various clinical practice sites for meetings and training

. • Other duties as assigned

Category Business Support  
Exempt/Non-Exempt Exempt  
Location Clinically Integrated Network  
Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time and/or Part-Time  
Position Requirements

Required Qualifications

• Bachelor’s degree in a healthcare related discipline, or equivalent relevant experience.

• Five (5) years of experience working in an ambulatory healthcare setting focused on quality improvement initiatives.

• Knowledge of ACO, HEDIS and NQF quality measures

• Knowledge of quality improvement methods, measurement definition and analysis, team facilitation and project management.

• Experience and demonstrated competence using electronic health records

. • Proficiency using clinical information systems supporting population health management.

• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

Preferred Qualifications

• NYS Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Registered Nurse (RN)

Shift Days  
Tags Hybrid Remote. Southampton location  
Salary Range $85,000-$105,000 annually.  
Position Practice Transformation Specialist- CIN  
Open Date 5/1/2024  

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