Quality Improvement Careers at UPMC

Join a Team Dedicated to Improving Patient Safety and Care

UPMC believes quality must be inherent in every aspect of care we provide our patients. 

Improvement specialists with clinical experience can find exciting jobs at the Donald D. Wolff Jr. Center for Quality Improvement and Innovation at UPMC. The center supports the work of the operational leaders at UPMC in their passion to improve health care and create the health system of the future.

Consider joining the quality improvement team
if you’re interested in:

  • Partnering on-site to redesign current processes
  • Generating enthusiasm for improvement
  • Sharing new innovations and redesigns of current practices
  • Spreading and disseminating work redesign
  • Mining and analyzing data for comprehensive problem solving
  • Establishing evidence-based best medical practices

Our diverse team of improvement specialists includes:

  • Educators
  • Informatics experts
  • Nurses
  • Nutritionists
  • Pharmacists
  • And more

Ensuring the safety of patients and improving quality are important objectives of the center. We do this by developing hospital systems based on the most up-to-date medical evidence and the best technology.

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