The Michigan Oncology Quality Consortium (MOQC) is a quality coordinating center established in response to a targeted request for proposals (RFP) from (and is funded by) Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBSM). The objective of MOQC is to enable multidisciplinary teams to improve the quality of cancer care for patients and caregivers across the state of Michigan.
The Program Manager leads the day-to-day operations, focusing on project implementation and management. The Program Manager takes direction from and works closely with the Program Director and Program Co-Director.
Executes and leads the implementation of the vision and strategy of the collaborative.
Works with participating physician practices to ensure that project issues are addressed and to promote effective relationships among all parties.
Manages all internal business functions including budgeting, accounting, human resources, and maintaining necessary office space and equipment.
Develops, implements, and monitors contracts, working with U-M Procurement as needed.
Oversees the development and implementation of all quality projects.
Monitors the effectiveness of MOQC QI activities at participating physician practices and at the overall collaborative level.
Oversees data abstraction efforts at participating practices
Promotes and evaluates physician engagement in quality projects; informs BCBSM of participation concerns; oversees the development and adherence to agreed-upon participation expectations. Oversees data abstraction efforts at participating practice units.
Promotes and evaluates physician engagement in quality projects; informs BCBSM of participation concerns; oversees the development and adherence to agreed-upon participation expectations.
Responds to BCBSM’s requests for information and assistance on a variety of CQI issues. Prepares annual SOW and budget, progress reports, and other BCBSM-required deliverables.
Works in partnership with BCBSM to develop and implement CQI Value Based Reimbursement (VBR) for participating physician practices.
Oversees planning, execution, and follow-up of consortium meetings including development of agendas, presentations, and other meeting materials
Oversees communications through various channels, e.g., print, digital (social media, website, podcasts, videos).
Master’s degree in health services administration or the equivalent
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