About Texas Children's Hospital
Texas Children’s Health Plan (TCHP) is the largest Texas Medicaid managed care organization, and is part of the Texas Children’s healthcare system. Founded in 1996, TCHP is the nation's first health maintenance organization (HMO) created just for children and pregnant women. Our plan is also the largest combined STAR/CHIP Managed Care Organization in the Harris County service area. Currently the Health Plan serves more than 450,000 members across three service areas (Harris, Jefferson, North East). Members of the plan receive care from our network of more than 4,000 primary care physicians, 8,000 specialists, and 110 hospitals. They can also receive care at The Center for Children and Women, a patient and family-centered medical home with two convenient locations for TCHP members who can have all their medical needs met in one place, receiving multiple services the same day. TCHP is a recognized leader at encouraging holistic care that empowers families to live healthier lives.
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We are searching for an Education Coordinator for Texas Children’s Health Plan The Center for Children and Women. Someone who is not afraid to jump right in to work in a fast-paced outpatient clinic setting. In this position, you’ll develop, coordinate, training and promote the overall educational efforts, standards, goals, compliance, and coach and mentor practice staff.
Sound like the job for you?
- Plans, designs, develops, markets, and implements learning interventions that facilitate application of learning in the work place as measured by documents developed participant feedback and peer and supervisor observation
- Provides educational programs and ensures the program content is consistently relevant to target audience’s job duties, based on principles of adult learners
- Coordinates or facilitates coordination of the implementation of cost-effective learning interventions/modules as measured by the cost of programs developed and implemented
- Serves as a patient/family advocate and collaborate with other health care team members
- Ensures and participates in ongoing communication with other health care team members in order to enhance patient/member-centered care and facilitate operations
- Develops curriculums based on the learning needs of staff
- Conducts a performance effectiveness assessment to identify gaps between desired and actual performance as measured by completed assessments
- Supports/facilitates/implements interventions to close performance gaps according to pre-established timelines as measured by feedback from the leadership team
- Implements and coordinates staff orientation plan staff
- Collaborates with stakeholders and leaders across the system regarding the preceptor program
- Bachelor’s degree in Nursing
- Current licensure as a Registered Nurse (RN) by the State of Texas Board of Nurse Examiners.
- Basic Life Support certification issued by the American Heart Association within two (2) months of entering the position and maintained thereafter
- Three (3) years of clinical nursing experience and/or Department of Rehabilitative Services (DARS) experience
- Knowledge of strategic planning methodology, regulatory and accrediting agency standards
- Knowledge of educational program design and training for impact methodology
- Knowledge of performance improvement methodology and facilitative leadership methodology
- Ability to lead and facilitate diverse groups to achieve pre-established outcomes in a reasonable time frame
- Ability to design reliable and valid data collection tools that measure performance, proven ability to assess needs, design, develop, implement, and evaluate interdisciplinary training
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