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Program Manager Medical Imaging Safety and Compliance

christus Health
Published
March 28, 2024
Location
Irving, TX
Category
Job Type
Work Setting
Remote / Home-based, In-office

Description

Program Manager Medical Imaging Services Safety and Compliance is responsible for keeping CHRISTUS Health within the guidelines, regulations, and ethical expectations for all medical imaging modalities. He/She will work to ensure efficient and effective operations for a variety of departments that produce medical images. Their duties include monitoring business operations and reporting infractions, reviewing company policies for possible risks and liabilities, and researching and coordinating existing and new imaging related initiatives.

Responsibilities

  • Meets expectations of the applicable OneCHRISTUS Competencies: Leader of Self, Leader of Others, or Leader of Leaders.
  • Maintains current knowledge on existing and pending legislation relating to radiation safety and health, and ensures internal policies reflect these changes.
  • Responsible for identifying and implementing regulatory rule changes and abiding by local, state, and federal deadlines.
  • Ensure all legal, accreditation and certification requirements for clinical services are obtained and/or maintained.
  • Promotes and supports compliance with all federal, state, and accreditation organization requirements regarding imaging operations.
  • Maintains database of accreditation and regulatory compliance, and proficiency performance for the Imaging services performed across CHRISTUS Health.
  • Provides Quality Risk Management strategy and oversight for radiology. Oversees resolution and reporting of incidents reportable under the regulatory agencies.
  • Assesses existing program for adequacy and recommends enhancements or modifications, as required. Maintains current knowledge on existing and pending legislation relating to radiation safety and health.
  • Provide safety and regulatory support for site’s managers/directors, Radiation Safety Officers (RSOs), and MRI Safety Officers (MRSO).
  • Serve as author and/or reviewer for Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) modifications as proposed.
  • Serve as a member of site radiation safety councils. Advise and monitor all proposed action plans as needed.
  • Establish a positive rapport with staff, physicians and management to ensure a high level of customer service.
  • Assistance in the development of complex reporting to satisfy regulatory and corporate requirements in both the acute and ambulatory space.
  • Active role in the continual improvement and update of existing programs to adapt to changes in regulation, policies, or operations.
  • Active role in the oversite of Medical Physicists and annual equipment testing. Facilitate action plans to address any deficiencies.
  • Establish and maintain current asset allocation of imaging equipment owned or leased by CHRISTUS HEALTH.
  • Conducts periodic on-site inspections, audits and assessments of facilities, work locations, equipment and work practices to ensure compliance with regulations in the ambulatory setting.
  • Ability to explain imaging technology concepts/requirements to technical and non-technical audiences.
  • Responsible for the monitoring of the overall health of the imaging system(s).
  • Compiles and analyzes support data and recommends procedural and educational changes as appropriate.
  • Participate in special projects as needed Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualification and Experience

  • Graduate of an approved School of Radiologic Technology is required
  • Associates Degree in Radiologic Technology or related Allied Health Field is required.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Radiologic Technology or related Allied Health Field is preferred.
  • Minimum of three (3) years’ experience in Radiology procedures is required
  • Minimum of 3 years of Radiology Department management is required
  • PACS / RIS Administrator experience is preferred.
  • History supporting an imaging department undergoing regulatory inspection is preferred.
  • Registered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists or Certification in Nuclear Medicine Technology (CNMT) from the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board is required.
  • State licensure is required.
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