Clinical Practice Guideline Development
In accordance with the company's guideline development SOP, manages development of specific clinical practice guidelines, e.g., establishes and tracks project timelines; liaisons with stakeholder organizations; manages the identification, vetting, and appointment of individuals to guideline development panels and to advisory panels; prepares meeting agendas, materials, and minutes; provides orientation on the SOP to panel members; manages the execution of systematic evidence reviews by external consultants; coordinates stakeholder review of draft guidelines.
Coordinates guideline publication, e.g., prepares and edits content for publication, especially related to the development process; coordinates the submission and acceptance of guidelines and related editorials as articles in scientific journals including Blood; and coordinates with journal editors review and signoff steps necessary for final publication.
Supports submission of published guidelines to the National Guideline Clearinghouse and manages periodic review of accepted guidelines, including development and maintenance of required documentation.
Supports dissemination of published guidelines, e.g., coordinates scientific presentations, newsletter articles, and web postings and manages the development and publication of derivative products such as quick reference guides and toolkits.
Supports collaborative guideline development efforts with external organizations, e.g., liaisons with the partnering organization and representative members, coordinates internal review and endorsement of draft documents, and prepares correspondence and reports.
Supports ongoing review and maintenance of published guidelines, e.g., manages ongoing evidence reviews by external consultants, communicates findings to experts, and manages guideline revision when necessary in accordance with the guideline development SOP.
Prepares project status reports for staff and member oversight committees.
3 years of experience in project management required
Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree or advanced coursework desired in a field relevant to guideline development or healthcare quality improvement, such as public health, clinical epidemiology, or health sciences.
Experience in clinical practice guideline development preferred.
Prior experience in a not-for-profit environment preferred.