Project Manager

ID 2022-11628
CHAPS Building
Work Location
Division : Name
Connected Care & Provider Recruitment
Department : Name
MCPS-Medicaid Managed Care Admin
Position Sub-Category
Position Type
Full Time
Employment Type
Provider Schedule (specific schedule)
Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
On call Required
Sub Category


This position is accountable for managing strategic initiatives and providing operational support specific to Cone Health Medical Group and Ambulatory Services (CHMG/AMB) and Cone Health System. The Population Health Project Manager is responsible for leading teams in the achievement of both CHMG/AMB?s and Cone Health's goals related to the True North Metrics, Managed Care contracts, and private payers. The Project Manager reports to and provides guidance to the CHMG/AMB Director of Quality


Supports CHMG/AMB and Cone Health achieve the True North metrics, outcomes in the areas of quality, population health, operational cost reduction, and patient satisfaction.


Responsible for the design, project planning, and implementation of strategic projects, (Lean Six Sigma, Rapid Improvement, Re-engineering, Process Redesign, CQI, Business Development , Benchmarking, Productivity Improvements, Technology Breakthroughs, etc.) across the continuum of care.


Work closely with quality/reporting data to identify and prioritize opportunities for project management - i.e. a data driven approach to improvement in both clinical and operational areas across CHMG/AMB.


Interface with executive and department leaders to help identify opportunities for improvement, organize resources, select and implement the appropriate improvement methodology and ensure projects are conducted successfully.


Uses effective interpersonal and group facilitation skills to assign accountability and deal with group conflict and breakdown. Quantifies project cost savings and/or return on investments.


Supports all CHMG/AMB and Cone Health initiatives. Serves as internal coach to leaders and team members to achieve assigned project cost savings and/or return on investment.


Assist leaders with action plan development to address opportunities to deliver quality based patient-centered care.


Responsible for all aspects of the change management process to include financial, operational, and human resource perspectives and to facilitate radical changes in technology, processes, and people.


Assist with departmental efforts to support the oversight of the Process Improvement chapter of the Joint Commission regulatory standards.


Promotes individual professional growth and development by meeting requirements for mandatory continuing education, skills competency, supports department based goals which contribute to the success of the organization; serves as preceptor, mentor, and resource to less experienced staff.



Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Engineering, Health Systems Engineering, Health Education, Health Promotion or Business Administration, or Bachelors of Science in Nursing or Medical Field. Lean Six Sigma certification required within 24 months of hire.


Master's Degree


Minimum one year of experience leading teams using Six Sigma, Lean, Project Management, or other process improvement methodology. Prior project management experience in health care or other service industry is required. Previous experience developing presentations and public speaking is required. Demonstrated experience in understanding and working to modify and improve system processes and/or care delivery.



Drivers License | Valid Drivers License

Required: Current and active license or certification related to healthcare profession without restrictions.



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