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Clinical Lab Quality Assurance Program Manager - Shared Laboratory

Sutter Health California-East Bay-Livermore

Maintains and continually improves the Laboratory Quality Management Program (QMP), managing and coordinating related activities and completing tasks… Sutter Health

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ABSMC Transfusion Service Manager - Clinical Laboratory (Full Time - Day Shift)

Sutter Health California-East Bay-Berkeley

, this position must actively participate in the Quality programs, compliance programs, safety programs, EOW programs and communication programs… Sutter Health

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    Left due to lack of opportunities for advancement

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    Former Employee - Senior Business Analyst in Sacramento, CA
    Former Employee - Senior Business Analyst in Sacramento, CA

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    People in IT are knowledgable and have the needed cooperative spirit. Fairly well-define processes for getting things done.


    No upward mobility; Sutter has taken to the strategy of hiring contractors instead of promoting from within - seems they are not committed to the long-term growth of the employee base.

    Non-exempt IT staff often mis-categorized as such; Analysts often function as Project Managers, making independent decisions (accountable for them), and directing work activities of others without direct supervisory responsibility. Huge deficiency when it comes to the ultimate of time-sensitive patient care; non-exempts must clock out at 8 hours unless O/T approved, and then resume the next day, instead of finishing what can be finished.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    1 - listen to your employees, for they typically know more than you do
    2 - insist that those in decision making positions have actually worked in (or even visited) a hospital other than as a patient. Get to know hospital administration and IT strategies before making decisions which often have negative impacts.
    3 - learn that when your knowledgable talent leaves the company, you lose.

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