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Position: Transfusion Safety Officer
Employer: University of California Davis Medical Center
Salary Range: $7,300.00 to $15,250.00 monthly
This position may be eligible for up to $10,000 hiring bonus.
Final Filing Date: 06/21/2023
The Transfusion Safety Officer (TSO) is responsible for managing the Patient Blood Management Program to assure that all transfusion-related activities are designed to ensure patient safety, comply with all Hospital Policies and Procedures, and meet or exceed CDPH, Joint Commission, FDA, AABB, and other accreditation and regulatory agency standards. The TSO collaborates with all levels of clinical and medical personnel to formulate strategies to evaluate transfusion management processes and offering recommendations for improvement. The TSO will assist in establishing/administering policies, processes, resources and procedures to support blood management and utilization models that meet regulatory standards and guidelines based on evidence-based transfusion medicine practices. In addition, the TSO will establish a process to track, audit and analyze key performance metrics and will offer recommendations to address areas of concern to reduce costs, improve safety and treatment efficacy. The TSO will also serve as a resource to nurses, medical, and laboratory staff for issues related to blood management and administration, transfusion safety, and prepare and present of education materials to accomplish this task. Responsibilities also include the preparation of the annual Patient Blood Management Program budget that promotes cost containment; monitor revenue production and cost savings created by the blood management program; provide scheduled updates to the Transfusion Committee, as well as Medical Staff, Laboratory, Nursing and Hospital Quality committees/meetings on issues related to blood management and transfusion safety; work in conjunction with the Blood Bank Medical Director, Blood Bank technical leadership, Blood Bank Quality Specialists, Transfusion Committee and Nursing leadership to establish, monitor and maintain safety protocols and procedures which comply with hospital policies and regulatory requirements; develop annual goals for the Patient Blood Management Program in conjunction with the organization’s quality plan; maintain effective communication and coordination with all disciplines that interface with blood management and transfusion activities; and support the organizational culture for Service Excellence and practices the Service Excellence standards to all customer groups. The TSO will function with a high degree of autonomy.
Applicants are encouraged to upload license and certification if required of the position.
- Must possess California State issued Clinical Laboratory Scientist license OR nursing license as appropriate (current and renewed as required).
- Must possess minimum of three (3) years of direct work experience in a Transfusion Services Laboratory or Blood Bank setting OR minimum of three (3) years of direct work experience in patient transfusions in a clinical setting.
- Bachelor’s degree in nursing or other healthcare profession, or a combination of comparable clinical education and/ or experience.
- Advanced critical thinking and problem-solving skills to manage multiple levels of highly-complex information and responsibilities, to quickly assess problems, and to develop and implement timely and effective solutions.
- Four or more years of Blood Bank/Transfusion Medicine/Blood Infusion experience.
- Possess technical knowledge of Transfusion Services Laboratory testing and processes OR
- Possess technical knowledge of Clinical Infusion Practices and processes.
- Knowledge of state, federal, hospital and departmental regulations and requirements.
- Knowledge of regulatory requirements pertaining to the Transfusion Service
- Possess outstanding written and oral communication skills including the ability to lead discussions and deliver group presentations and prepare concise reports and action memos.
- Demonstrated effective listening and questioning techniques.
To view full job description and submit an on-line application visit UC Davis Career Opportunities at: http://188.8.131.52/counter.php?id=257629
Job ID #42518
The University of California, Davis is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
Position: Quality Officer – Patient Blood Management
Employer: University of Florida
Department of Anesthesiology
The Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Florida is seeking a quality officer for our patient blood management (PBM) initiative. The qualified candidate will lead an interdisciplinary team supporting the principles of PBM for all patients at UF Health Gainesville. This includes oversight of the care of bloodless medicine patients, management of anemia in presurgical and hospitalized patients, and optimization of transfusion in the health system. This position leverages evidence-based strategies, collaboration and a clinical viewpoint to expand PBM and its principles across UF Health.
This role combines clinical expertise, strategic thinking and leadership support to successfully implement an anemia clinic and address other transfusion-related challenges. The quality officer works collaboratively to expand and reinforce PBM principles across the network. In addition to engaging with clinicians across the health system, the individual will provide expertise for clinical operations to advance the PBM program’s quality, safety, value, informatics and research. This role coordinates clinical resources and collaborates with analytical, technical, strategic and business teams to successfully promote PBM strategies.
For more information and to apply please see the job posting at https://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/en-us/job/525764/quality-officer-pbm. You must apply via this direct link for consideration.
Contact: Thorsten Haas, M.D., Professor of Anesthesiology and Director of Patient Blood Management
Phone: (352) 273-7094