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The Director of Clinical Measurement works closely with ABIM staff and committees to develop, to maintain and to support the clinical performance measures in ABIM PIMs and related products and ...

The Director of Clinical Measurement works closely with ABIM staff and committees to develop, to maintain and to support the clinical performance measures in ABIM PIMs and related products and programs. ABIM PIMs currently encompass over 600 quality measures and supporting materials, including the chart survey, patient survey, physician report, measure catalogues, and educational information and links. The Director of Clinical Measurement will be responsible for clinical guidance and policy to ensure that ABIM’s measures effectively and appropriately advance the goals of our Certification and MOC programs, as well as external outreach to ensure ABIM’s measures are strategically entered into the public domain and harmonized effectively with those of other measurement organizations. The Director of Clinical Measurement will develop criteria, protocols, procedures, and tools to implement ABIM measures strategy with input from the ABIM Board and staff. The Director of Clinical Measurement will work closely with ABIM’s clinical content and psychometric staff, and physician expert panels to ensure ABIM’s measures strategy is implemented in a uniform manner. The Director of Clinical Measurement reports to the Director, Medical Informatics. http://www.abim.org/

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  • AMERICAN BOARD OF INTERNAL MEDICINETITLE: DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL MEASUREMENT LEVEL: E9DEPARTMENT: PIM DEVELOPMENT (25) REPORTS TO: DIRECTOR, MEDICAL INFORMATICSPOSITION SUMMARY:The Director of Clinical Measurement works closely with ABIM staff and committees to develop, to maintain andto support the clinical performance measures in ABIM PIMs and related products and programs. ABIM PIMscurrently encompass over 600 quality measures and supporting materials, including the chart survey, patientsurvey, physician report, measure catalogues, and educational information and links. The Director of ClinicalMeasurement will be responsible for clinical guidance and policy to ensure that ABIM’s measures effectively andappropriately advance the goals of our Certification and MOC programs, as well as external outreach to ensureABIM’s measures are strategically entered into the public domain and harmonized effectively with those of othermeasurement organizations. The Director of Clinical Measurement will develop criteria, protocols, procedures,and tools to implement ABIM measures strategy with input from the ABIM Board and staff. The Director of ClinicalMeasurement will work closely with ABIM’s clinical content and psychometric staff, and physician expert panels toensure ABIM’s measures strategy is implemented in a uniform manner. The Director of Clinical Measurementreports to the Director, Medical Informatics.ABIM MISSION:The American Board of Internal Medicine is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to enhance the qualityof health care through certifying physicians who demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitudes essential forexcellent patient care.EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY:The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) provides equal employment opportunities to all qualifiedindividuals without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, sexualpreference, or non-disqualifying physical or mental handicap or disability in each aspect of the human resourcesfunction.AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT:Applicants as well as employees who are or become disabled must be able to perform the essential job functionseither unaided or with reasonable accommodation. The organization shall determine reasonable accommodation ona case-by-case basis in accordance with applicable law.ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES:• Demonstrates support of and commitment to the mission and values of the organization.• Develops and maintains positive relationships with co-workers and other organizational stakeholders• Contributes to creating a learning environment that values, empowers, enriches and supports employees• Contributes to the culture by supporting and contributing to process and quality improvement• Demonstrates a commitment to and complies with the organization’s policies and proceduresESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:• Ensure that ABIM’s clinical performance measures and measure groups are clinically relevant for ABIM diplomates, clinically effective, psychometrically sound and meet ABIM standards for evidence to meet the goals of our MOC and Certification programs. o Work with ABIM Board and staff leadership to refine and advance ABIM’s measures strategy. o Develop and maintain a framework, criteria, and instructions for identifying measures and measure groups that reflect ABIM’s standards, goals and mission (e.g. criteria and method for identifying core and supportive measure sets of performance). o Participate on ABIM measure development and maintenance committees to ensure the measures strategy is implemented. o Provide leadership to Physician Lead group and ABIM staff to ensure the measures strategy is implemented uniformly.N:Shared HR FolderJob_DescriptionsJob Descriptions by DeptPIM DevelopmentDirector of Clinical Measurement.doc 1/18/2012
  • AMERICAN BOARD OF INTERNAL MEDICINETITLE: DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL MEASUREMENT LEVEL: E9DEPARTMENT: PIM DEVELOPMENT (25) REPORTS TO: DIRECTOR, MEDICAL INFORMATICS o Work with ABIM staff and physician lead group to develop and implement a roadmap (workplan) for ABIM measure maintenance and development activities. o Lead efforts to learn from our experiences and continually improve the processes and criteria used for the selection and definition of measures and measure groups. o Support ABIM staff with clinical expertise and experience for measures projects, including ongoing responsibility for the clinical content of at least 2 PIMs. o Oversee or lead the systematic review of literature in support of the evidence basis for our measures.• Represent ABIM and work with other organizations in the clinical measurement environment to advance ABIM’s measurement programs and strategy. o Represent ABIM and advance ABIM’s measurement strategy at performance measurement organizations such as PCPI, Joint Commission, CMS, NQF, and NCQA to ensure clinically relevant and robust measure groups are included in the national measure enterprise in a manner that will enable ABIM to carry out its assessment programs. o Work with others from ABIM to respond appropriately to Calls for Measures and Calls for Nominations from the clinical performance measurement organizations. o Draft ABIM comments and recommend voting positions as needed for relevant measures developed by other organizations. o Establish ABIM as experts in clinical performance measurement to gain greater visibility and participation in the national measure enterprise.OTHER FUNCTIONS:• Work with others as needed to help determine analysis and interpret reports on aggregate performance based on data derived from PIMs.• Serve as needed on ABIM committees.• Participate in staff review of third party programs and products that have applied for recognition under ABIM’s Approved Quality Improvement program.• Support ABIM staff in responding to diplomate questions regarding the clinical content of the PIMs.KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES / EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:• Board Certified Physician in Internal Medicine and enrolled in MOC.• Strong knowledge of evidenced based medicine including clinical guidelines and clinical performance measures.• Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills and the ability to interact with all levels of staff and leadership.• Experience leading a quality improvement project.• Experience in leading physician based committees.• Ability to work independently, manage multiple priorities, and meet and adapt to rapidly changing deadlines.• Ability to work effectively and flexibly as a member of team.• Excellent writing skills desirable.• Commitment to ABIM’s mission and values.• Active medical license and in a clinical practice (or recently left) in internal medicine.Signature ______________________________________________ If you are interested in applying for this position, please contact Chris Brod in the Human Resources department, forward your information to resumehr@abim.org, or confidentially fax your resume to 215 446 3516.Print Name _____________________________________________ Date Signed __________________N:Shared HR FolderJob_DescriptionsJob Descriptions by DeptPIM DevelopmentDirector of Clinical Measurement.doc 1/18/2012