Manager, Medical Education/Institutional Coordinator
Company: CharterCARE Health Partners
Posted on: November 25, 2022
Summary: The Manager, Graduate Medical Education (GME) and
Accreditation reports to the Director of Graduate Medical Education
and Medical Staff Administration and supports the Designated
Institutional Official (DIO) to provide oversight and expert
consultation for University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics (UW
Health) sponsored programs in the following areas: ACGME
accreditation (Next Accreditation System or NAS) for the
Institution and its programs, Management of GME Annual Review
Process for the Institution and its programs, Faculty and Staff
Development for GME Programs, Preparation and management of the
Clinical Learning Environment Reviews (CLER), Development and
implementation of GME "Best Practice" resources, Core curriculum
development and implementation for residents and fellows Education:
Master's degree in Curriculum/Instruction, Education, Health Care
or relevant field. Bachelor's degree with 5 years of relevant
experience, in addition to below work experience requirements, may
be consider in lieu of Master's degree. Experience: Three (3) years
of experience in teaching, directing, or managing an education
program within a university or a teaching hospital setting.
Preferred: Experience in administration of ACGME-accredited GME
programs within a complex medical school or teaching hospital
setting Skills/Knowledge: Successful track record of leadership in
educational programming. Demonstrated excellence and innovation in
graduate medical education (preferred) or other educational
programming. Demonstrated ability to be a self-starter and also
have the ability to work in multidisciplinary teams. Effective
communication, presentation, consultation and coaching skills.
Strong project management skills. Successful management experience.
Working knowledge of emerging health care, regulatory, workforce
and educational trends that may impact graduate medical education
Responsibilities: Manages GME Education and Accreditation Team
human resource issues in a responsible,respectful, confidential,
and fiscally responsible manner including recruitment, on-boarding,
orientation, direction, supervision, performance evaluation, annual
merit, and disciplinary action.
Leads, directs, trains, and coaches GME Accreditation and Education
staff, ensuring work assignments align with skills and a balanced
Provides counsel on various accreditation and education matters for
GME Office staff and leadership, program coordinators and
directors, and UW Health and UWSMPH departments.
Continually works with GME Office staff and constituents in the
assessment of current practices and processes to further goals for
optimizing efficiency, service, and cost containment.
Models professionalism in work quality, actions, interpersonal
skills, and communications with constituents and business
Provides input on GME Office work product, staff hiring,
performance, professional development, and training
Stays abreast of regulatory (ACGME/Joint Commission) requirements
and best practices through networking, professional organization
membership, and attending national meetings.
Collaborate with GME Leadership to prepare UW Health for the ACGME
CLER visit and process.
Prepare documentation of UW Health activities in the CLER six focus
areas, communicate with and educate required participants (UW
Health Leadership, Program Directors, faculty, and residents),
oversee scheduling of rooms and other resources.
Work with the UW Health Senior Regulatory and Accreditation
Coordinator and GME staff to organize and deliver a complete and
effective review experience as required by ACGME field visitors.
Serve as liaison with UW Health Leadership, Quality, IS, Risk
Management and other departments needed for participation in the
Collect feedback from stakeholders and document findings for
analysis and report of lessons learned to be used to prepare for
subsequent CLER visits.
Develop system to maintain CLER reports and follow-up activities
required of UW Health to ensure compliance with ACGME institutional
Actively liaise with the ACGME and other relevant institutions to
ensure institutional readiness for accreditation reviews.
Provide oversight and expert consultation for ACGME Institutional
Accreditation requirements and processes under the NAS.
Collaborate with Director, DIO and Chair of GMEC to facilitate the
Annual Institutional Review process.
Oversee preparation of needed documentation for institutional
Self-Study process, including review committee organization and
creation of system for collection and analysis of information, and
production of final reports.
Coordinate resources and committees (e.g. stakeholder meetings,
communications and locations) needed to execute a successful
institutional site visit. Direct and oversee the collection of data
and evaluative measures to demonstrate compliance with ACGME
curriculum regulations and program requirements. Working
Conditions, Physical Environment and/or Safety Requirements: Long
periods of sitting, working at a computer station. Involves
intermittent standing and walking. Requires no heavy lifting over
50 pounds. Meets all safety requirements associated with the
Medical Center. Must be able to work in a small noisy office and
endure multiple interruptions. Location: CharterCARE Health
Partners · 8251-Residents - Loc #1
Schedule: Full Time, 1st Shift, 8a to 5p
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