Doris Mosocco is currently a Senior Manager of Quality for Virginia Premier, Inc, a Managed Care Organization where she supports the quality, accreditation and regulatory compliance teams of the company. Before this role, Mosocco was Regulatory Manager for Sentara Enterprise Home Care Division where she was responsible for survey preparedness and ongoing internal audits to ensure compliance with all applicable state and federal regulatory accreditation standards and oversaw the development and maintenance of clinical policy and procedures as well as supervising the mock audit team for the division. Mosocco has also worked for HCR Manor Care as a clinical services consultant for the Central Division and was responsible for assisting in the planning, training, organizing and implementing quality nursing management and care delivery. Prior positions have also included working with Riverside PACE program, which is Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly, a type of managed care health plan for the frail/elderly population and served in several capacities to include Director of Quality and Compliance; Executive Director of the program, Site Director and Quality Manager.
Professional accomplishments: Mosocco has presented at local, state and national seminars for both home care and PACE, authored various articles for leading industry magazines to include Home Health Nurse and news lines. She was one of the initial home care executives in Virginia to become certified as CHCE; obtained her certification as an OASIS Specialist-clinical (COS-C), a home care coding specialist in diagnosis, holds nursing license in the Commonwealth of Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Indiana. Mosocco has also received her certification as Six Sigma- Green Belt.
Charity: Mosocco served on the Board of Directors of Peninsula Area on Aging-Newport News, Virginia for several years.
Mosocco has spent the majority of her professional career in quality management, senior leadership, and program and staff development in the long term care industry. She received her associate degree in nursing from Thomas Nelson Community College, her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Virginia Commonwealth University-MCV and a Master’s degree in Health Administration from the University of Phoenix.
On a personal level, I have a terrific husband; we share three grown daughters and take great pride in our eight grandchildren ranging in age from 2 through 13 years old. We both have been bitten by the travel bug and in our spare time, enjoying traveling and making memories.
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