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Health Quality Ontario is the provincial advisor on the quality of health care in Ontario, evaluating the effectiveness of health care technologies and services, providing evidence-based recommendations, reporting to the public on the quality of the health system, and supporting the spread of quality improvement throughout the system.
Health Quality Ontario is building an exciting team to support our vision for ensuring the highest quality of care in our health system. Health Quality Ontario is looking for a Quality Improvement professional. The Quality Improvement Specialist works with provincial and regional teams in South Eastern Ontario to identify and plan for quality improvement (QI) opportunities, catalyze and spread QI and best practices, connect the QI ecosystem and build capacity and knowledge.
The QI Specialist is in a unique role interacting on a day-to-day basis with key stakeholders including the Local Health Integration Network and Health Service providers to support and facilitate large scale quality improvement initiatives; developing formal processes to disseminate key best practices to enable integrated care through Health Links; leveraging Quality Improvement Plans to promote quality improvement; supporting Regional Clinical Engagement and other knowledge transfer and capacity building initiatives.
The QI Specialist also works closely with HQO peers in Quality Improvement, Evidence Development and Standards (EDS), Health System Performance (HSP) and Corporate Services to ensure alignment of activities. The QI Specialist works with the field to understand their efforts in quality improvement, and ensure HQO supports bring value in support of the overall quality agenda in Ontario and can identify innovations happening across the province.
The approach to the quality improvement strategy as an integral component of HQO’s core mandate is going through an evolution, designed for example to increase the connection with evidence and public reporting, maximize how we can use Quality Improvement Plans as integral part of the program, and more actively engage with partners and providers through coordinated and impactful large scale quality improvement initiatives.
For more information on job details, position requirements, and how to submit an application, view the entire job posting here. Or visit the HQO career page, to view this and all current HQO career opportunities.
We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Please do not contact our office for updates.