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This job is responsible for leading the operational Finance function for CHI Mercy Health, including driving disciplined performance management (as a business partner with the Market President and Chief Operating Officer), creating critical financial analytics and performance management capability, overseeing Center of Excellence (COE) implementation and progress, and formulating enterprise service-line strategy, as well as other supervisory duties as assigned by the Market President as relates to organization’s management.   FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT ● Presents an integrated performance metrics dashboard at senior level and facilitates regular discussions to drive action planning. ● Evaluates enterprise adherence to budget. ● Leads the assessment of the financial impact from key operational changes. ● Convenes regular (e.g. quarterly) reviews of performance results with facility leaders. FINANCIAL ANALYTICS ● Works with the Financial Analytics group responsible for providing service-line financial analytics. ● Works closely with strategic planning group to provide input and to align on plans to operationalize strategy. ● Works with DSS systems to ensure adequate access and performance. CLINICAL AND OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT ● Collaborates with national, division and MBO executives to identify and resolve barriers to improve operating performance. MBO SERVICE LINE FINANCE ● Participates in the formulation of local strategy for service lines with other facility leaders. ● Reports financial operations to Mercy’s Board of Directors. ● Works with other senior leaders to formulate policy/strategy and manage Mercy’s operations. ● Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2021-166269
Department
Finance
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Mercy Health of Roseburg
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
OR-ROSEBURG
Position Summary: The primary role of this position is to provide skilled management and strategic leadership functions for the Hospital that results in effective planning, monitoring of the quality of patient care, resource utilization across all departments and service line development. This position Provides physician oversight over such activities as Quality Management, patient safety, patient experience, Medical Staff Office, fostering a positive relationship with medical staff and any other duties as assigned. This individual shall assume a facilitative role to assist the President of the medical Staff, its officers, and department chairs in carrying out their responsibilities. Sets policies and procedures and ensures all services meet the objectives of the organization. Principal Duties and Accountabilities: - Works closely with hospital staff, department directors, and physicians to ensure that the highest standards of quality and service are maintained. - Oversees the implementation of quality improvement efforts designed to improve clinical performance and maintain compliance with TJC, HIPAA, and other accreditation standards. Participates in development and implementation of quality initiatives including patient access and satisfaction, provider satisfaction, clinical outcomes and process improvement, and guideline development. - Works within the service area network to identify and evaluate outstanding physicians and physician groups for participation in the provider network. - Participates in strategic plan and business plan development including identification of strategic partners, growth and resource allocation. Additional Job Responsibility:   With the Director of Case Management, Executive and Medical Staff leadership the CMO provides input, reviews, recognizes trends/patterns of Physician utilization and communicates findings to the Utilization Management Committee and Medical Staff Committees. The CMO is responsible to be available for rounds and daily case management and utilization review activities as needed to actively manage avoidable days and improve efficiency of consultations, test, surgery scheduling, physician weekend efficiency, last minute discharges and over/under utilization. The CMO will be responsible for attending formal training from ACPE, etc. to stay current on cost and quality measures. The CMO is responsible for communicating with fellow physicians and the Utilization Management Committee to resolve patient management issues.   ~DH-LI
Job ID
2021-170443
Department
Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
Woodland Healthcare
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-WOODLAND
Position Summary: The primary role of this position is to provide skilled management and strategic leadership functions for the Hospital that results in effective planning, monitoring of the quality of patient care, resource utilization across all departments and service line development. This position Provides physician oversight over such activities as Quality Management, patient safety, patient experience, Medical Staff Office, fostering a positive relationship with medical staff and any other duties as assigned. This individual shall assume a facilitative role to assist the President of the medical Staff, its officers, and department chairs in carrying out their responsibilities. Sets policies and procedures and ensures all services meet the objectives of the organization. Principal Duties and Accountabilities: - Works closely with hospital staff, department directors, and physicians to ensure that the highest standards of quality and service are maintained. - Oversees the implementation of quality improvement efforts designed to improve clinical performance and maintain compliance with TJC, HIPAA, and other accreditation standards. Participates in development and implementation of quality initiatives including patient access and satisfaction, provider satisfaction, clinical outcomes and process improvement, and guideline development. - Works within the service area network to identify and evaluate outstanding physicians and physician groups for participation in the provider network. - Participates in strategic plan and business plan development including identification of strategic partners, growth and resource allocation. #LI-DH
Job ID
2020-147356
Department
Hospital Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
Community Hospital of San Bernardino
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-San Bernardino
JOB SUMMARY / PURPOSE   The VP Medical Operations (VPMO) will provide the clinical, operational, strategic, and cultural leadership necessary to deliver care that is high-value (cost, quality, and patient experience) across the continuum of care, while also improving the health status of the populations we serve. The VPMO will achieve this through the implementation of key strategic and operational initiatives that move the organization through work that involves maximizing clinical operations and developing risk capability, in a manner that is collaborative and consistent with the mission, vision, and values of Catholic Health Initiatives. ESSENTIAL KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Improve Value through Optimizing Clinical Operations across the Continuum a. The VPMO works collaboratively to set annual expense reduction, utilization, and quality targets for identified clinical programs. b. Reviews cost, utilization, and value data regularly c. Is responsible for the identification and realization of clinical opportunities through reduction of variation in cost, quality, and resource utilization in both acute and non-acute settings d. Collaboratively develops interventions needed to improve value (both cost and quality) by coordinating activities of physician enterprise, service line, and CIN functions e. Collects and shares data on resource utilization and length-of-stay, and works with groups to implement plans for improvement f. Works closely with care management and utilization management- g. Works collaboratively to set specific annual expense and quality goals for clinical programs and services h. Serves as a member of the ministry administrative leadership team, participating, sponsoring and leading administrative projects i. Demonstrates dyad leadership with the VP, Patient Care Services/CNE to guide the clinical operations of the ministry 2. Develop & Enhance Physician Leadership and Alignment a. The VPMO will recruit, develop, align, and mobilize physician leaders around successfully achieving clinical, operational, and strategic priorities for the organization. b. Advises medical directors and medical staff leaders (Chief of Staff, Department Chairs) on matters of physician performance and behavior c. Partners with and supports physicians regardless of employment or contracted status through the incorporation of quality, safety, collegiality, and mission-based elements d. Manages medical director performance by establishing clear job descriptions and goals, and through development and mentoring e. Identifies, recruits, and develops high-potential physician leaders, and in succession-planning initiatives f. Responsibility for medical director / leader of medical education g. Manages appropriate physician contracts. 3. Establish Effective Medical Affairs Function to Support Physician Performance Management a. The VPMO advises and counsels the Chief of Staff and medical staff leaders in fulfilling the roles and responsibilities of the medical staff b. Ensures that adequate systems and processes are in place for the medical staff to effectively conduct peer review and credentialing activities c. Provides guidance for departments in establishing and monitoring appropriate clinical parameters d. Has matrix responsibilities for the medical staff office e. Integrates the efforts of the private medical staff with those of new physician leadership structures in the organization. f. Advises and facilitates major physician-physician, physician-patient, physician-staff, and interdepartmental concerns, when escalated beyond the departmental level g. Serves as a liaison to the medical staff for the administrative team 4. Enhance Quality, Safety, & Patient Experience a. The VPMO collaborates with other clinical leaders to optimize quality, safety, and patient experience for the organization. b. Takes the lead role in setting annual quality targets which support system-wide targets and metrics c. Manages quality, safety, and risk in close collaboration with other key departments d. Ensures adequate structures exist for oversight of quality and improvement activities e. Reports system performance in quality and safety to Community Board and network patient safety and quality committee f. Serves as the executive leader for SafetyFirst and other safety initiatives g. Has supervisory responsibilities for the director of performance improvement h. Ensures compliance with regulatory and accreditation-related requirements (CMS, JCAHO) 5. Develop a Data-Driven Approach for Managing Cost & Quality a. The VPMO supports the development and implementation of electronic tools necessary for a data-driven approach to managing cost and quality across the continuum. b. Facilitates coordination of activities related to CPOE, EHR, and analytics c. Establishes a data-driven approach to manage cost and quality through the creation of accountability structures across the continuum d. Aligns metrics and improvement projects with the most important organizational goals e. Assists medical directors and other physician leaders in understanding group practice patterns, data interpretation, identification of opportunities, and goal-setting 6. Inform Strategy around Designing Systems of Care for Clinical Value a. Plays a critical role in strategic planning for the organization. b. Aggregates clinical expertise (via clinical program leadership, medical director councils, and other groups) to assist in the prioritization of capital expenditures c. Participates in key recruitment activities d. Serves as the public relations and media interface for issues of clinical significance e. Supports clinical research f. Active member of the Campus Leadership/Administrative Team and participates in campus leadership meetings 7. Other duties as assigned by management   #CHI-LI
Job ID
2021-168208
Department
Physician Services
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
Position Summary: Ensures that activities and/or operations are appropriately integrated with the strategic plan. Ensures the provision of quality care and services through the cost effective management of the facilities. Participates in the development of hospital wide patient care programs, policies, and procedures that describe how the care needs of patient populations are assessed, evaluated and met. Principal Duties and Accountabilities: - Implements effective and ongoing programs to measure, assess, and improve the quality of care/services provided to patients/customers. Implements operational improvements using appropriate data and benchmarking in conjunction with effective use of process improvement techniques. - Ensures that activities and/or operations are appropriately integrated with the strategic plan while making sure the provision of quality care and services through the cost effective management of the facility. - Participates in the development of hospital wide patient care programs, policies and procedures that describe how the care needs of patient populations are assessed, evaluated and met - Assists and advises the President and CEO in establishing and executing strategic business plans to achieve operational objectives and in formulating and implementing best practices and policies
Job ID
2020-144893
Department
Hospital Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
St Rose Dominican - Siena
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NV-HENDERSON
GENERAL SUMMARY: The Chief Operating Officer (COO) provides executive leadership and oversight of the operations of MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center, MercyOne West Lakes, MercyOne Centerville and MercyOne Newton Medical Center.  He/she assists the President in achieving community, organizational and board objectives.  The COO will work closely with his/her counterparts within CSH.   He/she has primary accountability for the continuum of care within the inpatient setting that meets or exceeds customer expectations to provide consistent clinical outcomes and quality service in a cost effective manner. Ensures compliance to policy and standards set forth by state, federal and hospital regulatory agencies.   CORPORATE PHILOSOPHY STATEMENT: It is the obligation of each employee at MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center to abide by and promote the mission and core values of the spirit of MercyOne Des Moines.   CORPORATE POLICY STATEMENT: It is the obligation of each employee of MercyOne Medical Center to comply with MercyOne’s Des Moines mission, values, standards of conduct, policies, procedures and related practices (e.g., Dress Code, Time and Attendance, and other policies).   HIPAA SECURITY COMPLIANCE: Security Access:  High“Incumbent has access to restricted or confidential patient information and must comply with the terms of the MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center Security Policies as it applies to their job role.”   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Assists the President, in developing long and short-range plans designed to enhance MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center’s position as tertiary regional referral center. Participates in the formulation of objectives and operating goals for recommendation and adoption by the governing board. - Collaborates with leaders of Catholic Health Initiatives, MercyOne’s Des Moines senior management, medical staff, and clinical areas to create decision–making structures and processes to support organizational mission and goals. This includes developing, implementing, reviewing, revising, and monitoring the organization’s mission, strategic plans, budgets, resource allocations, operating plans, policies, programs, performance improvement activities and plan(s) for patient care and nursing care. - Collaborates with the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Human Resources Officer to ensure that fiscal and human resource goals are met across the organization.   - Evaluates MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center’s organizational efficiency and effectiveness. In conjunction with the physician partners implements changes to help achieve goals and objectives of the organization. - Implements an effective ongoing program to measure, assess, and improve the quality of care delivered to patients to assure quality clinical outcomes. Charters PI teams to improve processes, redesign services to improve care and customer service. - Participates in evaluating, selecting, and integrating health care technology and information management systems that support patient care needs and effective use of nursing and patient care provider resources. - In collaboration with physician leaders, develops MercyOne’s Des Moines patient care programs and practice standards, including standards of practice, policies, and procedures that describe how the care needs of patients and patient populations are assessed, evaluated, and met. - Represents MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center in community activities and with other health agencies. Attends executive and general staff meetings of the medical staff, and board meetings. - In collaboration with other executives, develops operating and capital expenditure budgets for review and approval by the President, Leadership Team, and CSH. Ensures that MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center meets its operating objectives and program goals within budgetary guidelines. - Supports and abides by all MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center departmental and safety policies and procedures. - Performs other responsibilities as requested by the President.
Job ID
2021-181147
Department
Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
Influences Strategy around Designing Systems of Care for Clinical Value - The Division President plays a critical role in the development of strategies involving the design and deployment of clinical resources, the design of alignment options for physicians and other provider groups and the establishment/management of partnerships as part of a broader clinical integration strategy. - Plays a critical role in strategic planning for the organization across the continuum and must do so with an eye to (and broad comprehension of) the larger picture of the system across the continuum of care. - Leads the transformation to population management, community health and wellness inside the system and articulates a compelling vision for healthcare in the community and with key external stakeholders. - Draws upon a thorough understanding of system functions in order to support linkages between care sites, as well as between primary care and specialist functions with the CMO. - Manages internal and external relationships with physician organizations and other components of the clinically integrated network toward greater levels of integration. - Engages in network development and planning work in collaboration with strategy, medical group leadership, vendors and others in the delivery network. - Accountable for clinical integration across the system (hospital, medical group, home health, etc.) and continuum of care. - Co-leads strategic transactions and alignment initiatives including mergers and acquisitions in a manner consistent with the integration strategy. - Serves as the public relations and media interface for the MBO.   System Integrator - Works to vertically integrate CHI’s delivery system such that local, regional and system wide needs are met and that continuous improvement in effectiveness and value is achieved. - Participates in the integration of strategy, locally and regionally, in order to maximize system resources and effectiveness. - Advocates for regional partnerships and mutual accountability across system components, vendors and other partner agencies. - Advocates that government policies support meeting population health needs, and that barriers to affordable care are identified and removed. - Supports the merger and acquisition process to optimize and balance the regional delivery system.  Lead Data-Driven Approach for Managing Cost & Quality - The Division President supports the development and implementation of electronic tools and targets necessary for a data-driven approach to managing cost and quality across the continuum. - Facilitates coordination of adoption activities related to CPOE, EHR, and analytics. Establishes a data-driven approach to manage cost and quality through the creation of shared accountability structures across the continuum. - Aligns metrics and improvement projects with the most important organizational goals. Engages local Presidents in leveraging and transitioning to data that reflect strategic outcomes. - Leads systematic improvements across the continuum of care Improve Value through Optimizing Operations across the Continuum - The Division President functions as an executive team leader for a region and the system in overall operational responsibility, utilization, and quality targets for identified clinical programs in both acute and non-acute settings across the continuum based on guidelines from CHI. - Works within the CHI leadership team to collaborate on system wide strategic projects. - Reviews, interprets and responds to cost, utilization, and value data regularly with physician leaders and health system executives to establish shared views and aligned action. - Takes ownership of the identification and realization of clinical opportunities through reduction of variation in cost, quality, and resource utilization in both acute and non-acute settings. - Collaboratively engaged in efforts needed to improve value (both cost and quality) by coordinating activities of physician enterprise, service line, and CIN functions. - Monitors all financial operations to ensure that resources are utilized in a fiscally responsible manner so as to assure long term, sustained success. - Authorizes purchases, distributions, contracts and other transactions within the limits established by the Board and CHI. - Advocates and supports market-based physician leadership councils/clinical program leadership groups to conduct the work of clinical operations, clinical integration and population health management. - Collects and shares group trend data on resource utilization and length-of-stay and works with groups to facilitate and implement plans for improvement. - Works closely with care management and utilization management. - Works collaboratively to set specific annual expense and quality goals for clinical programs and services. - Fulfills accountabilities to corporate and regional clinical program structures. Takes leadership in increasing clinical and administrative standardization. Governance - The Division President will serve the regional Board of Directors providing support for selection and maintaining a board with the required set of skills and influential support. The CEO will ensure that each local board is a vital and contributing body in fulfilling its role.  - Provides the regional Board of Directors with an orientation and education to its roles and responsibilities as well as the current issues and trends that may affect the sustained success of the organization. - Works closely with Board chair in keeping the Board informed of major issues and activities on a regular basis, in developing board meeting agenda and in helping to conduct meetings of the Board. - Attends local board meetings as needed or required by the governance structure. Talent Management/Attracts and Develops Talent - The Division President will recruit, develop, align and mobilize leaders around successfully achieving clinical, operational and strategic priorities for the organization. - Attracts and retains high quality clinical- and non- clinical leadership talent who will contribute to the sustained success of the market. - Establishes organizational structures for accountability across the continuum of care. - Engages the Executive team in maintaining a positive work environment for employees, including competitive wages and benefits and the consistent application of personnel policies and procedures. - Maintains open, honest, and timely communications to the facility’s many and varied public stakeholders including the community, employees, medical staff, Board of Directors, and CHI. - Encourages the professional growth and development of the leadership team, including physician leaders. - Ensures succession plans are developed and monitored to promote long-term talent retention and success. Optimize Quality, Safety and Patient Experience - The Division President collaborates with other leaders to optimize quality, safety, and patient experience for the organization. - Oversees annual MBO/compiled regional quality targets which support system wide targets and metrics ensuring collaboration across local markets - Manages quality, safety and risk in close collaboration with other key functions within CHI. Ensures that national quality and improvement resources are effectively leveraged. - Ensures adequate structures exist for oversight of quality and improvement activities. - Reports system performance in quality and safety to Board of Directors or to its Quality Committee Convey Catholic Health Initiatives’ mission, vision and values through action - The Division President will serve as an organizational and regional role model for ethical management behavior and promote an awareness and understanding of ethical and moral principles that is consistent with the mission, vision and values of CHI. - Actively participates in community, state or national boards/organizations/activities that promote the facility’s mission, philosophy and values and represent opportunities for furthering the mission. - Educates stakeholders on the implications of healthcare reform and community based medicine. Increases understanding and support of partnerships. - Completes an annual assessment of the extent to which the facility is fulfilling its mission, philosophy and values and is meeting the health care needs of the community it serves and, when necessary, initiates changes and improvements. - Demonstrates a commitment to service, organization values and professionalism through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all times.
Job ID
2021-169598
Department
Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CommonSpirit Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
JOB SUMMARY  This is a key leadership job responsible for providing executive oversight and direction in support of the implementation, delivery and evaluation of high-quality and cost-effective patient care services that align with Virginia Mason Franciscan Health’s (VMFH) mission, values, goals and priorities and in accordance with standards set forth by state, federal and hospital regulatory/accreditation agencies.   As a key member of the VMFH Leadership Team, incumbent provides strategic leadership in assessing, developing and implementing initiatives encompassing LEAN-based principles to improve patient outcomes and service satisfaction of all identified customer groups, improve financial performance, maximize effective utilization of resources, and generate a sustainable competitive advantage for VMFH.  Incumbent is responsible for creating an environment of innovation and creativity through transformational leadership, serving as a change agent in driving enhancements and to facilitate timely, informed and proactive positioning for health care evolution.  Work involves fostering a focused culture of patient and family-centered care and service excellence designed to improve the patient experience and bring about outcomes that have a lasting and sustainable positive impact for the organization.  In this capacity, incumbent will exercise the leverage, visibility and accountability to drive a mission-critical cultural change in promoting both superior experience for patients and their families, as well as a satisfying and energizing work environment for staff and medical providers.  Work also includes: 1)    Leading the implementation of strategically-based initiatives, standards and programs that positively transform patient, provider and employee satisfaction and result in a competitive advantage for the organization; 2)    Overseeing the development and management of operations/capital budgets for the assigned functions; 3)    Evaluating organizational structure/workforce needs and modifying as necessary to meet changing priorities; 4)    Overseeing the development and implementation of evidence-based standards for nursing practice, performance and management; leading quality improvement initiatives to enhance and streamline current standards, policies and procedures and take advantage of division-wide synergies; 5)    Establishing and ensuring that division-wide objectives relating to consistency of standards and customer service are achieved; 6)    Collaborating with key stakeholders in identifying emerging technologies and innovations with potential to optimize patient outcomes; and 7)    Directing and evaluating the work of subordinate management of assigned functions. Key contacts include VMFH/CommonSpirit Health Leadership, independent physician group leaders, community and legislative leaders and other stakeholders to ensure the continued growth of a strong health network and gain acceptance of recommendations regarding new programs, systems and policies while maintaining financial sustainability.  Requires the ability to influence and persuade others to action and hold management accountable for gains and follow-through.  Requires a high degree of professionalism and ability to interact effectively with a wide variety of diverse stakeholders to significantly increase the growth, visibility and reputation of VMFH. Job duties require extensive knowledge of the specialized principles and practices related to clinical change management, performance improvement and customer satisfaction to evaluate and recommend service excellence enhancements for nursing effectiveness and efficiency. Requires knowledge of clinical operations and considerable management expertise relating to business planning, process improvement, and budget administration. Incumbent must be sufficiently knowledgeable to recognize important synergies and opportunities in clinical outcomes, nursing best practices, patient safety/satisfaction, regulatory compliance and cost containment.   ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: The following section contains representative examples of job duties and/or percentages that might be performed in positions allocated to this job class.  Virginia Mason Franciscan Health is a dynamic organization, and the environment can be fluid.  Roles and responsibilities may be altered to accommodate changing business conditions and objectives as well as to tap into the skills and experience of it’s employees.  Accordingly, employees may be asked to perform duties that are outside the specific work that is listed.  It is not required that any position perform all duties listed, so long as primary responsibilities are consistent with the work as described.  Performance standards developed for incumbents allocated to this job class may also contain relevant job content information and are referenced hereto. Operational Accountability Provides, executive oversight of patient care delivery, to include ensuring the consistent application of evidence-based patient care policies and standards throughout the organization; oversees the establishment of evidence-based nursing standards of patient care (outcome measures), standards of nursing practice (nursing interventions) and standards of performance (performance criteria); collaborates with medical staff leadership to develop and implement new clinical systems/programs to enhance existing services, raise the standard of care for the patient population served and ensure compliance with accreditation and regulatory agency standards.   Studies trends and developments in nursing practice and integrates new techniques for patient care delivery; maintains current knowledge of professional literature in clinical nursing, leadership, disease states, and human behavior, and models of continuous teaching/learning/education.   Represents nursing and/or administration at medical staff meetings and on other hospital-wide committees and at CommonSpirit Health. Chairs Nurse Practice Council meetings and serves as a member of the Professional Affairs committee of the VMFH Board; attends Board meetings and presents nursing information and updates.   Leads and oversees through subordinate management, the programs, systems, operations and resources of the assigned functions to ensure the safe and appropriate delivery of diagnostic and therapeutic patient care, achievement of clinical core measurement scores, and that all activities are conducted in a timely and cost-effective manner and in compliance with organizational values, professional standards, internal policies/standards/procedures and applicable regulatory requirements; produces and presents reports on key performance indicators and other significant benchmarking metrics.   Provides effective VMFH strategic vision, leadership and direction in the overall management of the organization; collaborates with other Leadership Team members in the common goal of standardization, integration and enhancement of the continuum of services available within the specialty area/service line; participates in the enterprise-wide evaluation of processes and practices to determine the need for change to accommodate shifting business priorities, conditions and objectives.   Strategic Business Planning Anticipates and recognizes the evolving factors that affect current and future needs. Leads development of strategies and initiatives to meet anticipated and future growth of clinical areas. Addresses: provision of new services, standardization of policies and practices across the organization, defining professional nurse practice; increasing market share, maximizing revenues, enhancing patient outcomes and satisfaction and others of similar complexity and consequence. Understands and ensures full optimization of available information technology to achievement of overall business objectives; directs the development of formal strategic/tactical business plans, to include both short- and long-term planning, with full accountability for achievement of plan objectives; gains Leadership Team support for recommendations and oversees project management efforts to develop and implement planning objectives.    Maintains close ties with CommonSpirit Health national and stakeholders/teams engaged planning and implementing an overarching and consolidated approach to the patient and employee experience across the enterprise.   Resource Management Determines operating and capital resources needed to accomplish the business objectives of the assigned functions and leads/oversees activities and resources in a manner that is fiscally responsible and in accordance with VMFH requirements; leads/oversees the development of the annual operating/capital budget, ensuring alignment/optimization of resources towards achievement of financial goals; exercises effective cost control by monitoring and directing the adjustment of expenses as necessary to stay within budget; directs the preparation of complete and accurate financial, budget, activity and productivity information, including variance reports, financial projections and other statistical reports; keeps appropriate parties apprised of all issues with potential for budgetary/financial impact.   Regulatory Compliance Ensures full compliance with internal and external legal and regulatory standards and requirements, and that effective control procedures are in place and fully functioning to preclude improprieties from occurring; monitors the effectiveness of current practices in meeting expectations and producing desired results.   Keeps abreast of changing regulatory requirements, clinical/professional standards, changing customer demographics and competitive industry practices impacting assigned functions, as well as organizational initiatives/changes with potential to impact current strategies, programs and resources; determines nature/scope of impact on existing activities and determines effective response/solution while maintaining acceptable service levels and work quality.   Performance/Quality Improvement and Service Recovery Leads and oversees the development, implementation and evaluation of systems, initiatives and programs to facilitate quality improvements in keeping with strategic objectives and regulatory requirements. Leads the ongoing assessment of strengths and weaknesses of the assigned functions to better identify future needs, priorities and challenges; evaluates existing programs and future potential to make recommendations for growth, quality enhancement, new services and viability of existing services based on market demographics and volume projections; develops and presents comprehensive recommendations regarding the viability of specific initiatives and projects; oversees the execution of quality process improvement projects to ensure achievement of business objectives.   Ensures the timely availability of an expedited process of problem identification/analysis and service recovery for resolving escalated customer issues; collaborates with a variety of departments/stakeholders to ensure care is consistently patient-centered and focused on exceeding the expectations of patients/families.   Monitors national and local benchmarks and trends to identify how the top performing hospitals/clinics identify and maintain successful operations and outcomes.   Staff Management/Development and Succession Planning Directs and evaluates the work of management staff in accordance with the content, spirit and intent of applicable internal/external regulations and standards for human resource management; ensures adequate management staffing levels for appropriate coverage to meet budgetary/operational objectives and that staff are qualified/properly trained to perform assigned job duties; makes succession planning recommendations and employment decisions, establishes performance standards and evaluates management staff performance; counsels/develops management staff and addresses performance management concerns and technical issues elevated by subordinates as beyond their scope of authority. Leads the development/implementation new/revised practices and guidelines, training materials and/or general communications in support of the assigned functional area to ensure consistency with the philosophy and values of the organization and compliance with applicable regulatory/accreditation requirements; ensures that all functional activities are fully documented in accordance with the standards and practices of the organization; ensures that employees understand and apply internal guidelines appropriately.  Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2021-163799
Department
Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
The Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO) will lead and be responsible for the planning and implementation of information systems used in the clinical environment and facilitate the development of the clinical enterprise. The CMIO is the tactical and strategic leader for clinical information systems that support: health and well-being of patients and advancement of clinical quality and safety initiatives.  The CMIO is responsible for establishing the vision, future directions, and strategic use of clinical information systems for optimum health care. The CMIO is a proponent of new and emerging health care technologies while understanding the impact on the organization, the physician citizens of the organization and the patient. The CMIO is active in the policy sector of healthcare by engaging with local, regional and national issues affecting the delivery of care.  Serves as principal advisor to the Division and Market CEO, CMO and Information Technology Digital staff with regard to physician issues and the impact that information technology has or may have on medical practice.  Provides medical leadership in the areas of planning, development, preparation and implementation of strategic and tactical clinical information systems. Work in collaboration with other physicians in the markets or facilities who are providing leadership in informatics.  Builds relationships with Physicians, Advanced Practice Providers (APPs), and allied health professionals to gain support and consensus of information technology Initiatives.  Works in collaboration with the SVP/CIO and the research community to facilitate the use of computerized application in medical research.  Provides leadership in supporting quality and safety initiatives.  Evaluates the impact of information technology on clinical processes and identifies areas to promote use of technology in creating efficiencies for clinicians.  Serves as the primary liaison between providers and IT.  Reviews medical informatics trends, experiences and approaches, develops technical and application implementation strategies and assists in the  development of strategic plans for clinical information systems.  Leads development of clinical "rules" supporting patient care and protocol research as well as the design of clinical system features supporting protocol management and the use of the system to leverage the clinicians' time and maximize communication with affiliates and referring physicians.  Leads and facilitates key clinical leadership groups in the creation of required clinical content, protocols, workflows and related system usage policies.  Serves as the primary provider champion for all major clinical information technology projects.  Creates and supervises clinical optimization teams to review and enhance system utilization and configuration to improve the efficiency and outcomes of clinical care.  Maintains awareness of existing and emerging technology, regulatory, and market factors and assists in the development of the IT strategy and plan.  Works with senior clinical leadership in deploying standardized evidence-based best practices in medicine and clinical content and ensures adoption of best Practices.  Works in concert with IT and departmental quality efforts to design and implement systems supporting patient care, research activities, and quality Improvement.  Supports data governance by identifying and addressing critical data quality management issues and monitoring and improving quality data.  Acts as an advocate for the protection of patient privacy and the security of protected health information. 
Job ID
2021-171312
Department
Executive V.P.
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Memorial Chattanooga
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TN-CHATTANOOGA
The VP and Divisional Chief Information Officer (DCIO) will directly report to the SVP of Division Health Technologies.  This role is the main interface between Technology & Digital (TD) and the Division Executive Team to ensure that Technology & Digital is a source of competitive advantage in their Division.  As a key member of both the Technology & Digital and Division Executive team, the DCIO will be the customer facing role and key TD interface to their Division Business Partners.   This leader works in a matrix model with key national TD leaders to deliver Technology & Digital solutions that provide efficient, reliable, scalable and secure applications and processes in their Division. The DCIO will proactively manage all activities related to delivery and operations of infrastructure, application and digital services in their hospital, ambulatory and other care sites.  This individual will work in a highly matrixed structure to achieve this.  They will collaborate with Division and National leaders to ensure delivery of exceptional customer experience.    STRATEGY - Under the direction of the CIDO and in collaboration with the SVP of Digital Health Technologies the DCIO will lead the strategy development for the Divisions top Technology & Digital needs. - Develops, coordinates, guides and executes TD systems and operational plans, participating proactively with the division and facility management to optimize the use of technology and digital in support of the clinical/patient-focused mission and business strategy. - Drives consumer focused integrated care by leading the development and implementation of Division initiatives that improve cost effectiveness, healthcare service quality and business development opportunities. - Demonstrate effective financial stewardship by fostering utilization of CommonSpirit standard solutions and ensures that division solutions and initiatives are not in conflict with CommonSpirit enterprise solutions, processes, standards and policies. - Deliver efficient, reliable, scalable, and secure TD infrastructure and applications, processes and operations required to operate, sustain and grow the business with a keen focus on managing costs. - Partner with leadership across the Ministry to support the vision, mission, values and related business goals and objectives of CommonSpirit Health.   LEADERSHIP - Ensure seamless value delivery by evangelizing, owning and driving digital, application and infrastructure enterprise and local initiatives. - In partnership ship with national delivery leadership the DCIO develops and maintains an appropriate organizational structure and staffing capable of supporting the business and operational needs of the facilities within the division. - Demonstrate effective financial stewardship by developing and contributing to annual capital and operating budgets for division TD operations and the division strategic roadmap. - Oversees the ongoing development, delivery and operations of the products and services roadmap. - Monitors TD activities and costs related to the utilization of resources required to meet programmatic operational requirements - Create one inspired team by proactively fostering commitment to one cohesive TD team and CommonSpirit ministry - Create a TD culture obsessed about the consumer, experimentation, empowerment and agility while ensuring that the TD organization is keenly focused on providing an exceptional employee and consumer experience. TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT - Drives consumer focused integrated care by bringing the Division, Customer and Operations perspective and in partnership with TD, Digital and business partners ensure Divisional requirements are addressed in all division TD strategies. - Proactively partners with national service delivery leaders to manage the local TD environment according to negotiated and established service levels and in accordance with enterprise standards and guidelines. - Proactively partners with national service delivery leaders to ensure that the division and facility technology environment is continually refreshed and capable of supporting the business and health care operations. - Ensures standardization of systems and processes within the division to maximize utilization, cost reduction and reporting. - Ensures that enterprise Technology & Digital operate according to internal standards, external accrediting agency standards, and legal requirements. Enforces policy and procedures to ensure the protection of enterprise TD assets and the integrity, security and privacy of information. Develops and maintains a division wide business recovery plan. - Maintains contact with TD suppliers and maintains knowledge of current technology, equipment, prices and terms of agreements to minimize the investment required to meet established service levels. - Demonstrates effective financial stewardship by evaluatinig alternatives, performs cost benefit analysis, and recommends solutions within corporate policies and standards. - Serves as division agent assigned to negotiate division-specific TD contracts, mediate contractual disputes and complete amendments to core agreements. - Engage in transformation to an Agile and Product driven planning and deployment cycle which results in continuous delivery of high-quality products and services on time and within budget
Job ID
2021-154265
Department
Information Technology
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CSH IT Service
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-GLENDALE
• Oversight of all PE related operations assigned by the COO, PE. • Responsible for strategic planning efforts with PE Leadership. • Works to align physicians within the PE, establishing a dyad model, and physician organization in all markets • Participate in PE community activities to bolster community and PE relationships. • Will align the strategies and operations throughout the service area, including matrix and direct reporting relationships. • Will participate, hold accountabilities, and take leadership role in the governance of the PE. • Develops and manages capital and operational budgets in support of strategic plans, initiatives, and goals. • Growth and innovation of the PE services is a critical success factor for the Health System. (Access, Business Case Development, Engagement, SL, Community, Services) • Works collaboratively to develop plans, goals, and implementation strategies in support of PE Mission, Vision and Strategic Initiatives. • Appropriate development of teams responsible for execution of the strategic initiatives of the PE. This includes competency assessment, orientation, ongoing education, development and succession planning of these critical teams. • Develops, coordinates, and manages operating systems and operational standardization, service standards, approaches, policies across the CHI Health System. • Maintains a system of technical support to leverage the effectiveness and efficiency of the delivery system for care and operations in the PE. • Responsible for stewardship through appropriate management practices for the PE. • Develops and partners with infrastructure to optimize financial, service, quality and risk planning and associated indicators in all assigned areas of responsibility. • Participates in all safety, security and infection control programs that are mandatory as well as those required and provided by the department. • Maintains a relationship with National, and Health System resources related to PE operating functions. • Assures appropriate level of understanding, awareness and compliance with all applicable federal, state and agency laws, regulations, guidelines and professional standards. • Completes annual and six-month performance review evaluations, including development planning, of their direct reports within proper scope of judgment and accountability.  
Job ID
2021-173041
Department
Operations
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Clinic
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
- Responsible for the implementation and execution of ongoing, comprehensive fundraising operations, in support of and in concert with the mission of the foundations in the Service Area and may directly lead one or more local foundations. - Leads the development of a comprehensive fundraising plan which responds to the defined needs of the supported organization(s). - Manages and oversees professional fundraising and support staff, and might be assigned as the Foundation lead with Board and community-leaders in growing financial and public relations support for the associated supported organization(s). - Ensures efficiencies and works in concert with each other in the Service Area. Leverages shared information, resources, staff, systems, networks, and knowledge to increase productivity. - Acts as the Philanthropy Service Area Leader at System Philanthropy Leadership Team meetings, Service Area Philanthropy meetings, and at Service Area Board meetings. - Acts as an advocate for appropriate philanthropy involvement in the capital acquisition process for the Service Area. #LI-DH
Job ID
2021-172215
Department
Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
St Josephs Hospital and Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AZ-PHOENIX
Primarily responsible for leading the operations and financial performance within the division. Leads the division to compliance with CommonSpirit’s system strategy, engaging executive leadership and key clinical stakeholders to achieve targets both locally and nationally.  Responsible for expanding external spend under management and effectively engaging end-users to optimize and services spend.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities:  - Leads divisional leaders and associates to achieve savings and cost control targets - Ensures requirements of people, process, and technology for successful execution of strategies are met - Consults with executives and other internal stakeholders to integrate National strategy with broader divisional strategies to optimize value for the organization - Accountable for the effective management of external spend (supplies and services) across the division - Maximizes spend under management by effectively engaging end-users of supplies and services to control expense, improve vendor performance and reduce risk for the organization - Oversees contract utilization and compliance to optimize the value of CommonSpirit’s contract portfolio - Selects, orientates, and assigns divisional leaders in Operations - Leads the compliance effort of key policies that govern Operations and - Must be a successful change agent in the division gaining support for key strategies and initiatives ~LI-CHI
Job ID
2021-174362
Department
Supply & Service Resource Management
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CommonSpirit Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-GLENDALE
The VP Oncology Clinical Service Line (VPOCSL) serves as the executive leader for the Oncology Clinical Service Line for Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center and the Texas Division of CHI St. Luke’s Health. Collaborates with the functional leaders to provide overall operational oversight and daily communication to all departments to ensure quality patient care and comprehensive health services. The VPOCSL links current actions or tactics to organizational strategies by communicating clearly, and actively broadening and developing relationships to facilitate smooth operations and standardization across campuses. The VPOCSL works to achieve strategic plan while demonstrating our values. In addition, as Division VP of Oncology Services is responsible for the overall administration and success of Oncology Services within the Division through the implementation of strategic plans. This person is expected to meet goals in all areas of the service line, including but not limited to the quality, service, operational performance, financial management, Joint Commission and other regulatory agencies and designated accrediting bodies, leadership development, strategic planning, and market share growth of the services in alignment with the mission, vision, and values. In their Division role the VPOCSL works collaboratively with the Executive Sponsor for the Oncology CSL. Collaborates and aligns the Oncology clinical service line with support services to grow the volume, improve service, increase revenue, and control cost through process improvement and redesign. Serves as the primary liaison between the service line and physicians to align services and provide quality patient care through administrative support.   POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Identifies and explores opportunities for expanding or improving current services. Looks for ways to approach both team and organizational goals. 2. Defines and analyzes work flow and processes to improve efficiency and increase patient, physician, and associate satisfaction. 3. Routinely communicates the organizational mission, vision and goals with team members, encouraging them to take ownership and be engaged in the organization’s performance. 4. Demonstrates timely and effective communication skills in daily interaction with team members and others. 5. Seeks to proactively improve the quality of the services provided by focusing on the mission and core values of CommonSpirit Health. 6. Promotes creativity, risk taking, and synergy within the work team. 7. Incorporates the core values of CommonSpirit Health when interacting with patients, physicians, and associates. 8. Improves job performance of staff by assisting in personal and professional growth. 9. Assesses own needs in relation to the needs of the organization and develops an action plan to meet organizational and individual needs. 10. Stays current on technology, treatment modalities, market competition, industry information for assigned areas. 11. Actively builds consensus with departmental team members to achieve department and hospital-wide goals. 12. Actively builds consensus with departmental team members outside own department to achieve departmental goals. 13. Meets the compliance standards of various regulatory bodies which affect the provision of services, to include DNV/JCAHO, life safety, and other regulatory bodies. 14. Ensures that the department operates within budgetary requirements. 15. Ensures that associates and department operations comply with all hospital guidelines, policies and procedures. 16. Demonstrates understanding of issues relevant to the broader organization and health care industry. 17. Develops and justifies resource requirements and works collaboratively to fund the right priorities. 18. Allocates and manages human, financial, and material resources effectively to meet changing priorities. 19. Recognizes the interaction of variables in complex problems and anticipates the impact and consequences of decisions. 20. Makes tough decisions and builds commitment to them. 21. Delegates responsibility for problem solving and decision making to the appropriate levels and removes organizational barriers to allow others to solve problems. 22. Anticipates changing requirements for talent and formulates developmental plans accordingly. 23. Coaches, mentors and guides the development of team members. 24. Rewards and recognizes high performance of individuals and teams and creates an environment in which people thrive and accomplish their best results. 25. Achieves performance expectations that reflect his/her specific job summary, description, and responsibilities. 26. Other duties as assigned by leadership   #CHI-LI
Job ID
2021-159857
Department
Oncology Admin
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
This is the senior physician leader position responsible for providing leadership, management and strategic direction to ensure the delivery of high quality, cost-effective health care consistent with the mission of Mercy Medical Center-Des Moines (MMC-DM) and Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) to better meet the needs of the community.  The Vice President & Chief Medical Officer (CMO) serves as the senior physician leader working with others to set the vision and strategy for the organization.  The CMO is responsible for improving clinical performance, overseeing conversion to evidence-based medicine, lead safety initiatives and direct quality assurance for Mercy.  The CMO will have accountability for the oversight of all physician vice presidents who have operational accountability for employed physicians and relationships with independent physicians. The CMO provides on-going counsel and advice to the Medical Directors and elected medical staff officers on physician matters.  The CMO assures compliance with corporate policies, by-laws and mission statement of the organization and assures clinical efforts meet or exceed standards of the various accrediting and approving bodies.  The CMO serves as staff support to the Mercy Board of Directors and will perform special projects as assigned by the CEO and/or the Board.  The CMO will work closely with his/her counterparts within CHI.  The CMO will also work closely with the Vice President responsible for the Mercy Accountable Care Organization.  The CMO will work collaboratively with the Leadership Team in all aspects of Mercy affairs and is accountable for the clinical excellence of medical care through the development, implementation and evaluation of the Mercy clinical effectiveness process that requires the integration of provider staff, Mercy management, and employees in collaborative working relationships.   Job duties require considerable knowledge of the specialized principles and practices related to health care management in order to evaluate and make viable recommendations for the improving health care delivery systems(s) and enhancing organizational effectiveness and efficiency.  Also requires considerable leadership expertise relating to business planning, process improvement, budget administration and personnel management.   Performance improvement efforts cover a variety of processes, and an incumbent must be sufficiently knowledgeable to recognize important synergies and opportunities in clinical outcomes, cost containment, patient safety/satisfaction and regulatory compliance.
Job ID
2021-165673
Department
Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
The Market VP-Human Resources provides oversight of the full range of operational and strategic Human Resources activities within CommonSpirit Health to an assigned Market. Ensures the efficient implementation of a single CommonSpirit Health Human Resources delivery model which aligns the HR structure, processes and systems with CommonSpirit Health System HR strategies. The incumbent continuously refines the role of Human Resources within the assigned Market to ensure that Human Resources operates with its business partners as a dynamic and fully integrated service line. The Market VP-Human Resources directs the HR team and formulates partnerships across the HR team and CoE to deliver value-added service to management and employees that reflect the strategic business objectives of CommonSpirit Health.   - Collaborates with Market and/or Division Financial, Operational, and HR leaders to drive effective management of human capital costs resulting in a positive ROI. Accelerates the development of Human Resources culture, talent, structure, systems and processes. - Advises management and ensures compliance with laws and regulations pertaining to human resources. Develops processes and programs that ensure readiness and compliance in a highly regulated healthcare environment. - Develops, implements and oversees education/training programs and vehicles that support strategic objectives and address operational and regulatory requirements. Conducts needs analysis, perform research, design related staff or management training and organizational development programs and ensures consistency of messages. - Develops long-term relationships with organizations, educational institutions and individuals that will enhance the talent pipeline flow toward the healthcare profession in general, and the Market in particular. May be assigned to Division and/or System projects and initiatives.
Job ID
2020-147029
Department
Human Resources
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
The Market VP-Human Resources provides oversight of the full range of operational and strategic Human Resources activities within CommonSpirit Health to an assigned Market. Ensures the efficient implementation of a single CommonSpirit Health Human Resources delivery model which aligns the HR structure, processes and systems with CommonSpirit Health System HR strategies. The incumbent continuously refines the role of Human Resources within the assigned Market to ensure that Human Resources operates with its business partners as a dynamic and fully integrated service line. The Market VP-Human Resources directs the HR team and formulates partnerships across the HR team and CoE to deliver value-added service to management and employees that reflect the strategic business objectives of CommonSpirit Health. - Collaborates with Service Area Financial and Operational leaders to drive effective management of human capital costs resulting in a positive ROI. Accelerate the development of Human Resources culture, talent, structure, systems and processes. - Advises management and ensures compliance with laws and regulations pertaining to human resources. Develops processes and programs that ensure readiness and compliance in a highly regulated healthcare environment. - Develops, implements and oversees education/training programs and vehicles that support strategic objectives and address operational and regulatory requirements. Conducts needs analysis, perform research, design related staff or management training and organizational development programs and ensures consistency of messages. - Develops long-term relationships with organizations, educational institutions and individuals that will enhance the talent pipeline flow toward the healthcare profession in general, and the Service Area in particular. - Planning: Tactical, Strategic – Knowledge of effective planning techniques and ability to contribute to operational (short term), tactical (1-2 years) and strategic (3-5 years) planning in support of the overall business plan. - Decision Making and Critical Thinking– Knowledge of the decision-making process and associated tools and techniques; ability to accurately analyze situations and reach productive decisions based on informed judgment. - Human Resources Planning and Development– Knowledge of policies, considerations and processes of human resources (HR) planning and development; ability to plan and develop an organization's HR operations in order to increase individual and organizational effectiveness. - Employee Relations – Knowledge of the rights and obligations in the employee and employer relationship and ability to adhere to legal requirements when handling employee negotiations.
Job ID
2021-180583
Department
Human Resources - Southern Calif Serv Area
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
California Hospital Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-Glendale
Position Summary:   The Market VP-Human Resources provides oversight of the full range of operational and strategic Human Resources activities within CommonSpirit Health to an assigned Market. Ensures the efficient implementation of a single CommonSpirit Health Human Resources delivery model which aligns the HR structure, processes and systems with CommonSpirit Health System HR strategies. The incumbent continuously refines the role of Human Resources within the assigned Market to ensure that Human Resources operates with its business partners as a dynamic and fully integrated service line. The Market VP-Human Resources directs the HR team and formulates partnerships across the HR team and CoE to deliver value-added service to management and employees that reflect the strategic business objectives of CommonSpirit Health.   Principal Duties and Responsibilities: - Collaborates with Market and/or Division Financial, Operational, and HR leaders to drive effective management of human capital costs resulting in a positive ROI. Accelerates the development of Human Resources culture, talent, structure, systems and processes. - Advises management and ensures compliance with laws and regulations pertaining to human resources. Develops processes and programs that ensure readiness and compliance in a highly regulated healthcare environment. - Develops, implements and oversees education/training programs and vehicles that support strategic objectives and address operational and regulatory requirements. Conducts needs analysis, perform research, design related staff or management training and organizational development programs and ensures consistency of messages. - Develops long-term relationships with organizations, educational institutions and individuals that will enhance the talent pipeline flow toward the healthcare profession in general, and the Market in particular. May be assigned to Division and/or System projects and initiatives.
Job ID
2021-181415
Department
Human Resources
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
Mercy Healthcare Sacramento
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-RANCHO CORDOVA
Provides oversight of the full range of operational and strategic Human Resources activities within CommonSpirit Health to St Vincent, Little Rock, Arkansas Market. Ensures the efficient implementation of a single CommonSpirit Health Human Resources delivery model which aligns the HR structure, processes and systems with CommonSpirit Health System HR strategies. The incumbent continuously refines the role of Human Resources within St Vincent, Little Rock, Arkansas Market to ensure that Human Resources operates with its business partners as a dynamic and fully integrated service line.   - Collaborates with St Vincent, Little Rock, Arkansas Market Financial and Operational leaders to drive effective management of human capital costs resulting in a positive ROI. Accelerate the development of Human Resources culture, talent, structure, systems and processes. - Advises management and ensures compliance with laws and regulations pertaining to human resources. Develops processes and programs that ensure readiness and compliance in a highly regulated healthcare environment. - Develops, implements and oversees education/training programs and vehicles that support strategic objectives and address operational and regulatory requirements. Conducts needs analysis, perform research, design related staff or management training and organizational development programs and ensures consistency of messages. - Develops long-term relationships with organizations, educational institutions and individuals that will enhance the talent pipeline flow toward the healthcare profession in general, and the St Vincent, Little Rock, Arkansas Market in particular.  May be assigned to Division and/or System projects and initiatives. 
Job ID
2021-154774
Department
Human Resources
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Vincent Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AR-LITTLE ROCK
A key senior management position responsible for providing leadership, management and strategic direction to ensure the delivery of high quality, cost-effective health consistent with the mission of MercyOne Central Iowa and CommonSpirit Health (CSH) to better meet the needs of the community.  The Medical Group President works to improve performance, oversee conversion to evidence-based medicine, lead safety and quality initiatives fostering and monitoring a culture of quality and safety for Mercy.  The Medical Group President will serve as the leader of MercyOne Clinics, Inc., and will oversee physician credentialing and privileging, evaluate and oversee management of physician performance to optimize quality of to our patients.  The Medical Group President provides on-going counsel and advice to service line leaders, Medical Directors and other elected medical staff officers on physician matters.  The Medical Group President assures adherence with corporate policies, by-laws and mission statement of the organization.  The Medical Group President will work closely with his/her counterparts within CSH.  Medical Group President will work collaboratively with the Leadership Team in all aspects of Mercy affairs and is accountable for the excellence of medical through the development, implementation and evaluation of the Mercy effectiveness process that requires the integration of provider staff, Mercy management, and employees in collaborative working relationships.   The Medical Group President responsibilities require considerable knowledge of the specialized principles and practices related to health management in order to evaluate and make recommendations to improve health delivery system(s) and enhance organizational effectiveness and efficiency.  The Medical Group President also must have considerable leadership expertise relating to business planning, process improvement, budget administration and management.  Performance improvement efforts cover a variety of processes, and an incumbent must be sufficiently knowledgeable to recognize important synergies and opportunities in outcomes, cost containment, patient safety/satisfaction and regulatory compliance.   ~LI-CHI #missioncritical
Job ID
2021-157726
Department
Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES

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