Find your extraordinary side.
Northside Hospital Health Care System is a state-of-the-art setting for patients, and for you.
With three cutting-edge acute care hospitals — in Atlanta, Canton, and Cumming, Georgia — and more
than 150 locations throughout the State of Georgia, we are leading the way in your backyard and across the country.
Consider the numbers:
- 868-bed, not-for-profit provider
- Nearly 2 million patient visits annually
- A renowned team that includes more than 2,500 physicians and 15,000 employees
We lead the nation in newborn deliveries, perform the most robotic surgeries, and diagnose and treat the most cancer cases in the state.
Learn more about our expansion, full range of medical services, and our extraordinary career
opportunities at www.northside.com.
Discover what’s possible.
See what’s inside.
Discovering what’s possible at Northside Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia — it’s something our patients and team members do every day. Our reputation as one of Georgia’s fastest growing healthcare institutions and our state-of-the-art, award-winning work environment are well-known. But what resonates most
with our people is the way we balance clinical excellence with compassionate care, support real work/life balance, and how close they feel to their co-workers.
Our 537-bed, not-for-profit, full-service hospital does more than serve our community. We’re a market leader in Women’s Services, Maternity and Newborn Services, Surgery, Robotic Surgery, and Cancer Care.
Proud to have been voted “Atlanta’s Most Preferred Hospital for All Health Care Needs” by
consumers for more than 16 years. We are pleased to offer our people great pay, benefits, and a pension plan.
We are a state-of-the-art setting for opportunity, top quality health care, and you.
Ready to make a difference — and a better living?
Find your extraordinary side with Northside Hospital today.
Service Area Overview
The Quality Improvement Department at Northside Hospital is committed to patient safety, quality service, and continuous improvement. Here in QI, we work to advance learning and system-wide improvements throughout the hospital, various outpatient sites, and the communities we serve.
Quality Improvement at Northside is a comprehensive effort that addresses numerous dimensions of quality including: clinical and service excellence; patient safety; continuous readiness; and operational efficiency. Our Department improves health care provider and system performance by maintaining a
program of continuous compliance with Joint Commission standards, by following AHRQ patient safety measures, through departmental and medical staff peer review, and by utilizing data from department-specific QI initiatives to guide performance improvement efforts.
Do you have the focus and experience to impact our team and support our community?
Then find your extraordinary side with us today!
As part of Northside Hospital, we balance excellence with support, enable work/life balance and
continuing education, and offer great pay, benefits, and a pension plan.
Working with leaders within the Quality Improvement Department at Northside Hospital, the qualified individual we are seeking will be responsible for providing oversight and direction for all Quality Information activities including data collection, validation, aggregation, and reporting. Duties include, but may not be limited to:
- Overseeing processes for collection, analysis, and reporting of valid, reliable, and quality clinical data for the Northside Hospital system.
- Overseeing clinical quality data information system
- Evaluating existing and potential data sources to support quality clinical data and to ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of the data collection, analysis, and display/reporting process.
- Supporting hospital executives and/or medical staff leaders, and various clinical teams with the collection, aggregation, analysis and reporting of data used in decision-making for clinical care improvements.
- Serving as a liaison to external organizations such as Georgia Hospital Association, Joint Commission and Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, related to data collection and analysis.
- Managing assigned staff to meet the goals of the Northside system.
Qualified candidates must possess:
- A Master’s degree in a clinical health-related field
- 5+ years experience evaluating, refining, and improving clinical data collection, analysis, and reporting, with 2+ years of experience in a managerial or supervisory role
- Demonstrated knowledge of hospital and health system operations
- Education and training in information systems, related to clinical data collection and analysis
- Knowledge of statistics, and computer applications to include graphic presentation, statistical analysis, and spreadsheet software packages
- Excellent analytical, organizational, and written/verbal communication skills
- Ability to work independently, coordinate multiple projects simultaneously, and meet required deadlines
- Preferred qualifications include: Doctorate Degree in Health Services (Public Health), Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Information/Computer Systems or related field; previous experience in a consulting capacity, and in writing programs to support clinical data collection
License/Certification Requirements: No
Work Hours: 8a-5p
Weekend Requirements: No
On-Call Requirements: No
WANT THE INSIDE STORY?
Our team members report that our state-of-the-art environment, work/life balance, reputation as a leader both locally and nationally, continuing education offerings, growth opportunities, and pay/benefits/pension plan are why they chose — and chose to stay with — Northside Hospital.
Contact us today to learn more about careers at Northside.
Side by side, there’s nothing we can’t achieve!
Northside Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in its employment practices on the basis of race, religion, sex, color, national origin, age, disability, citizenship, genetic information, veteran status or military service, or any other characteristic protected by federal law or Georgia law.