Health, Project Management/Program Development, Research and Information
4 Year Degree
This position is responsible for managing the daily operations of the SIR’s national quality registry. The Senior Manager, Registry Operations will work with the QPI Registry Oversight committee, the registry vendor and other committees to execute the business and implementation plan.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Work with the registry vendor and relevant consulting company to manage project plan for the IR Quality registry implementation and subsequent operations.
Work with registry vendor and marketing/communications to develop and execute marketing and communications plan.
Work with vendor to recruit participants.
Anticipate, communicate and provide solutions to any roadblocks to implementation.
Conduct ongoing assessments of registry objectives.
Identify and work to remove barriers to participation for all categories of potential participants.
Identify, plan and lead implementation of new features for the IR Quality Registry, new structured reports for the registry, and new avenues of participation in the registry.
Develop and provide tools and technical support to members and their practices for participation in the registry.
Provide customer service and triage participants’ issues
Work with registry vendor to ensure that the IR Quality Registry complies with all applicable regulations governing its operations.
Communicate to appropriate internal and external stakeholders on registry activities, features, tools and other developments through the creation of various communication pieces.
Manage vendor relationships to ensure registry functionality, quality reporting, quality improvement, and operational simplicity, development and functionality.
Ensure all registry efforts are well-coordinated and communicated across SIR staff, internal departments, and leadership.
Proactively and collaboratively work across SIR functional areas and external organizations to identify and incorporate existing and emerging clinical practice knowledge, clinical guidelines and standards into the standardized reports and IR registry.
Work with assigned physician and internal staff teams to support IR registry development, enrollment, operations and outreach.
Secondary Functions and Responsibilities
Lead and support ad-hoc projects internally
Consistently demonstrate courteous, cooperative, and helpful behavior to all contacts, internal and external
Establish and maintain relationships with official agencies such as Centers for Medicare Services, NQF and PCPI to promote quality measures and advocate for inclusion of IR specialty objectives into federal regulation and policy
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Strong project planning, project management, and leadership skills
Familiarity with medical terminology
Strong written and oral communication skills
General knowledge of database structures and/or expert facility with Excel
Ability to multi-task and successfully manage several objectives simultaneously
Ability to forge effective cross-functional teams and working relationships, both internally and externally
Ability to proactively identify issues in registry operations and propose effective resolutions for them
Attention to detail, organizational skills, and follow-through
The Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) is located in Fairfax, Virginia, SIR is a national organization (approx. 40 staff members) of physicians, scientists, and allied health professionals dedicated to improving public health through disease management and minimally invasive, image-guided therapeutic interventions. Today, SIR continues to maintain steady membership growth with more than 6,000 physician and allied health care members.