The AONL Program Manager for Quality, Safety, and Innovation implements and administers program functions for quality, safety, and innovation programming internal to the AONL, in collaboration with other member groups of the AHA, or as requested by other external professional organizations (i.e., NAHQ, NPSF, ECRI). Develops, plans and executes a wide variety of activities related to these programs to include cohort/meeting planning, onsite training, counseling/mentoring/facilitation, program evaluation, and communications with internal and external groups across the country.
Leads in-person meetings and/or conference calls, participates as program faculty for onsite or offsite events, and designs programs/calls to support the needs of participants.
Serves as a liaison to other AHA member departments and external agencies requesting AONL involvement in patient safety, quality or innovation initiatives. Attends planning meets/calls and ensures prompt response to request for deliverables.
Develops and executes communications to internal and external audiences, to include program timelines, expectations around deliverables, and arrangements around travel and accommodations as applicable.
Evaluates performance of program by collecting and analyzing data in support of key performance metrics for program. Summarizes findings and redesigns program to meet educational needs. Provides data management support to programs to ensure data driven outcomes are captured and delivered in presentations, reports, and manuscripts.
Assists with the development of program budgets, tracking and forecasting all revenue and expenses.
Collaborates with Director and AONL department team members such as Marketing, Communications, and Education staff to ensure quality, safety, and innovation program deliverables are being developed and met.
Executes programs to include site visits, conference calls, ongoing mentorship/guidance, identification of content experts/subject matter experts, collection and preparation of presentation and other materials from subject matter experts, registration and meeting planning (in conjunction with other AONL staff), data collection, and preparation of continuing education applications to ensure successful, collaborative meetings that support the overall mission of the AONE and the AHA.
Provides project support for additional selected quality, safety, innovation and nursing research initiatives as defined by the Director. Assists with presentation preparation, prepares correspondence, maintains program records and files and ensures programs or initiatives meet deadlines and anticipated deliverables.
Assists the Director in developing manuscripts for internal and external publications related to patient safety, quality, innovation, and/or nursing research.
Internal Number: 1742
About American Organization for Nursing Leadership
The American Hospital Association (AHA) is a national organization that represents and serves all types of hospitals, health care networks, and their patients and communities. We are currently seeking a Program Manager, AONL Quality, Safety and Innovation for the American Organization of Nurse Leaders (AONL) in Chicago.