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NorthShore University HealthSystem is seeking a Manager of Ambulatory Quality, Safety & Risk. This position is based will be based in Evanston, IL. The purpose of this role is to review from a quality and patient safety perspective significant clinical and organizational events, manage in collaboration with physician leadership the peer review process, and work with interdisciplinary teams to identify and implement risk mitigation strategies. This person will work with claims management to identify potential/actual liability and inform underwriters accordingly. Key measures of success are to decrease the frequency and severity of organizational patient safety events. This person will collaborate with care transf
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