Diabetes Programs Coordinator - CHI
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- Excellent Pay and Generous Benefits including a Pension and Continuing Education Reimbursement
- Excellent Team Orientated Culture
- Free Gym for Employees
Community Health Innovations (CHI) is a population health company, owned by Montage Health and Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System, created to improve health and well-being in Monterey County.
We collaborate with doctors and hospitals, health plans, patients, and community partners to promote wellness, improve care, and help lower healthcare costs for everyone. CHI helps people find solutions to overcome barriers to good health - financial, emotional behavioral, and clinical - so they can be more active, more independent, and more in control of their health.
If you have a passion for helping people live healthy lives and want to work with a company where your contributions will make a positive impact to community health check us out. We are changing the direction of healthcare in Monterey County and are looking for like-minded people who thrive in a dynamic organization to join us.
The Diabetes Programs Coordinator supports the implementation of the Diabetes Collaborative Strategic Plan. Focused on the domains of public awareness, diabetes prevention, and diabetes care, the strategic plan provides a blueprint for stakeholder engagement and collaborative health promotion initiatives. The Diabetes Collaborative, convened and managed by CHI, was developed in 2018 to provide a coordinated response to the prevalence of diabetes and prediabetes in Monterey County. While hospitals and physicians have a critical role in addressing the acute medical needs of this population, comprehensive community-based strategies are necessary for sustainable diabetes prevention and management. The Diabetes Collaborative leverages Monterey County’s vibrant network of clinical and community resources to reduce the personal, social, and economic burden of this complex chronic health condition.
Serve as a facilitator, convener, and subject matter expert on diabetes prevention/management needs and resources in Monterey County.
Engage with local stakeholders from the healthcare, government, education, non-profit, agriculture, and tourism sectors to identify collaboration and health promotion opportunities within their employees and the populations that they serve.
Represent the Diabetes Collaborative at public and professional events, meetings and presentations; includes effectively communicating about the strategic plan, diabetes prevention/management best practices, and stakeholder engagement.
Develop and maintain project plans that support the goals of the strategic plan.
Identify opportunities for impactful data collection and reporting, develop reporting templates, lead collaborations with internal and external data analysts, and maintain reports on process and outcomes measures.
Serve as the primary point of contact for data collection and reporting, clinical and community resource updates, and strategic plan implementation.
Develop and maintain a database of clinical and community-based diabetes prevention/management resources.
Provide recommendations on culturally-competent health promotion strategies that enhance the impact of services in Monterey County.
Design referral workflows and coordinate clinical and community referrals to diabetes prevention/management programs.
Provide professional written and verbal reports on strategic plan progress to CHI and enterprise leadership.
Full time, Exempt (must be available on evenings and weekends)
5+ years experience in healthcare and/or public health
Bilingual, fluent in English/Spanish
Experience with diabetes prevention/management health education programs
Experience with community organizing and stakeholder engagement; ability to effectively network and partner with internal and external stakeholders
Ability to design and facilitate behavior change interventions, including the utilization of motivational interviewing techniques and behavior change models
Ability to tailor information at the appropriate level of health literacy and to interact respectfully with diverse cultural and socio-economic populations
Program management experience; including developing objectives, managing implementation, evaluating results, and presenting on outcomes
Strong commitment to teamwork with the ability to contribute expertise, follow leadership directives, and work independently as an integral member of an interdisciplinary team
Experience with creative problem solving and quality improvement
Detail oriented, organized, and efficient
Proficiency in Microsoft Office (including Visio and Excel), electronic medical record systems (Epic preferred), web-based solutions and technology tools
Excellent written and verbal communication
Ability to thrive in a continually evolving environment with competing priorities
Bachelor’s degree in a health related field required (nursing, dietetics, social work, health promotion, public health, kinesiology, or psychology preferred)
Master’s degree in a health, business, or administration field preferred
Schedule: Full time, Exempt (must be available on evenings and weekends)
Community Health Innovations is an equal opportunity employer.
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