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Cedars-Sinai Senior Manager, Quality & Measurement - Quality Management in Los Angeles, California

The Senior Manager, MN Quality & Measurement makes recommendations on the strategic direction to support and advance the Cedars-Sinai Medical Network's Pillar on Clinical Quality and Efficiency, in conjunction with the Chief Medical Officer, VP of Population Health, Director of Quality and Performance Improvement, and in collaboration with medical and operational leadership across the Medical Network. Responsible for leading ongoing strategies to improve clinical quality performance. Serves as a dyad partner to the Medical Director for Quality and collaborate with physician leadership and various management teams in the development, implementation and delivery of clinical quality initiatives and related activities to support population health and health equity. Trains and mentors staff and other members of the organization.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Is responsible for quality reporting activities and the monitoring/tracking quality measure performance for various quality reporting and value-based payment programs including but not limited to IHA Pay-for-Performance, Medicare ACO, Medicare Stars and other Commercial ACO quality programs. Serves as primary liaison with health plans and CS affiliates on matters related to quality.

  • Conducts Daily Engagement training across MN and facilitates value stream workshops.

  • Designs and implements quality improvement program(s)/projects to improve overall quality measure performance.

  • Is responsible for Strategic planning to advance the Network’s pillar on clinical efficiency and quality.

  • Plans and advises the Medical Network health equity initiatives.

  • Manages CS Link integration for new practices and affiliates, and supports their performance improvement initiatives.

  • Leads practice improvement efforts using performance improvement methodologies in conjunction with operations (clinical and non-clinical), EIS and decision support team to achieve to organizational goals.

  • Leads and facilitates discussion with physicians and other collaborators in the development of clinical quality initiatives.

  • Manages project planning sessions with the Clinical Performance Committee and other workgroups.

  • Coordinates the reporting needs of the quality initiatives and provide meaningful reports that support current metrics for the Medical Network.

  • Leads and manages a team of improvement professionals responsible for data analysis and validation, program management, population health improvement product development, quality reporting and auditing.

  • Supervises staff performance related to quality data validation and analysis needed to successfully meet quality reporting requirements and performance dashboards development.


Bachelor's degree in Business, Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics required.


RN State license preferred.


Five (5) years of progressive responsibility in the application of process improvement and statistical process control methodologies required. Have progressive experience independently facilitating performance improvement teams required.

Two (2) years of experience in healthcare setting preferred. Clinical background with a solid understanding of Clinical and Population Health Applications/systems modules and toolset such as Epic Healthy Planet preferred.

Two (2) years of experience utilizing process improvement principles based on Lean and Six Sigma Methodology, which focuses on streamlining and refining work process preferred.

Working Title: Senior Manager, Quality & Measurement - Quality Management

Department: MNS Quality Mgt

Business Entity: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Job Category: Compliance/Quality

Job Specialty: Quality Measurement & Reporting

Position Type: Full-time

Shift Length: 8 hour shift

Shift Type: Day

Base Pay: $113,600.00 - $187,200.00

Cedars-Sinai is an EEO employer. Cedars-Sinai does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of the race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, physical or mental disability, legally protected medical condition (cancer-related or genetic characteristics or any genetic information), marital status, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, age (40 or older), military and/or veteran status or any other basis protected by federal or state law.