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• Oversee the evolving development of compelling messages, informed by data and storytelling, that convey verbally and visually how the organization is delivering on its unique promise, purpose and business strategy.
• Develop and manage a proactive, integrated media relations plan to build national visibility for and awareness of CommonSpirit as a leading U.S. healthcare system. This will include proactive relationship-building with key reporters, bloggers and editorial writers; and development of an in-house “newsroom” with the capacity to identify, package and strategically distribute storytelling content that advances understanding of and appreciation for CommonSpirit’s promise and purpose.
• Assume lead responsibility for the readiness of those executives doing media, including media training and messaging practice as appropriate.
• Lead an executive visibility program that will ensure that CommonSpirit’s office of the CEO and other leaders, as appropriate, are recognized and sought after by the media and as speakers and thought leaders.
• Work closely with marketing to integrate digital, mobile and social media platforms; leverage a digital strategy to amplify content.
• Co-manage the annual operating budget for external agencies, consultants and other contract resources who work on media relations and other external communications activities.
• Develop and maintain effective relationships with executive leadership, internal stakeholders and employees across all levels, including the office system functions: Operations, Patient Care, Physician Enterprise, Mission Integration, Strategy and Business Development, Marketing, and Brand Advertising.
• Promote a culture of high performance and continuous improvement that values learning and a commitment to quality. Mentor and develop staff using a supportive and collaborative approach on a consistent basis, fostering open dialogue, positive morale and a feeling of belonging among team members.
• Develop and consistently implement a framework for measuring the quality and value of media relations and executive visibility activities, and make this visible to the organization.
Benefits Include: Benefits include Medical, Dental, Vision, Paid Time Off, Holidays, Retirement Program, Disability Plans, Tuition Reimbursement, Adoption Assistance, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Discount Programs, Life Insurance Plans, Worker Compensation, Dress for Your Day Policy, Voluntary Benefits.
Compensation Range: $92.88 to $130.04, hourly rates, annualized.
Position is eligible for incentive pay based on company performance.
Food and Nutrition Services – 60%
Directly oversees Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) operations for all CommonSpirit, including nutrition focused clinical functions for nutritionists, registered dietitians, and any other comparable position, as well as all business and operational facets of FNS in alignment with interdependent areas such as medical and clinical services, contracts, labor relations and union, among others. All programs and practices will be industry leading evidence-based in operational efficiency and effectiveness.
Support Services – 40%
Responsible for leading supporting ancillary services business issues, strategies, post-merger integration, divestiture planning, performance/process improvement, vendor negotiations and management, budgeting, policies, standardized operating procedures (SOPs), internal customer alignment, patient experience, technology systems, employee engagement, etc.
Leads the operations design/redesign, implementation, and management of a system wide infrastructure for ancillary services in alignment with system key performance goals, initiatives, and indicators.
Oversees the performance/process improvement program design, development and management for ancillary services.
Leads Mergers and Acquisition (M&A) initiatives, including risk assessment and integration planning of ancillary services. The pre-merger planning entails work stream identification, conducting executive planning meetings with all levels of the organizations, synergy analysis and recommendation formulation. Post-merger planning entails chartering work streams with key performance indicators, facilitating progress toward goals and evaluating legacy leaders post-merger. Thie leader will also do a good bit of PI for value capture activities and have a strong partnership with BI.
Leads professional development planning in alignment job descriptions and core competencies.
Drives evidence-based process, procedure, business outcomes and systems scalable and consistent across all division, regions and facilities in collaboration with cross-discipline and area (i.e. divisions, regions) leaders.
Supports other system, division, regional, and facility initiatives as needed.
The successful executive will help CommonSpirit to transform from within by addressing gaps, challenges, and opportunities to enable our employees to live healthy lives. This requires an executive skilled in advancing a multi-pronged approach scaling the entire enterprise to include fostering a workplace that is both diverse and inclusive for all employees/physicians. This transformational leader will be responsible for scaling DIEB across multiple states and markets, and gaining senior leadership commitment to establish and confirm clear, measurable outcomes that cascade into individual and team accountabilities.
Consulting with executive leadership nationally and across all 9 divisions, this leader develops health equity strategy and a cohesive approach, increasing efficiencies across functional areas, defined by
measurable goals and metrics this leader activates and launches programs and initiatives of the health equity roadmap to create sustainable practices and reduce tier 1 risks. This leader drives CommonSpirit’s commitment to health equity, elimination of disparities, addressing social & political determinants of health, and addressing racial inequities.
This health equity leader will be responsible for operationalizing the CommonSpirit Health Roadmap five priority areas which includes finalizing the design and functional prototype of an enterprise wide equity dashboard which will be used to monitor, track and report on key indicators of health equity. This Health Equity leader will design and implement a cultural competency education campaign around delivery of care, unconscious and implicit bias and develop a strategy to address leadership and care givers behaviors needed to foster an inclusive organization and enhance complex cultural competency through impactful and measurable outcomes. This role has responsibility to bring caregivers from functional areas across the system in pursuit of shared
equity goals, utilizing an advisory of diversity, equity and inclusion leadership council. Additionally, this role has fiscal responsibility for the allocation of funds designated to support strategic equity and inclusion initiatives.
Strategic vision and executive acumen
Ability to cultivate a vision, develop a strategic plan and engage others
Ability to manage the change journey as a process of building systems, capacity, and new behavior
Ability to use conflict, negotiation, and coalition-building techniques to accomplish change
Ability to align competing interests
Strong communication skills
Ability to inspire others into action
Ability to connect with clinicians, staff, and partners who may not understand the importance of diversity, inclusion, equity, and belonging in patient care and the workplace
Ability to navigate the culture of medicine
Expertise in the history of medicine
Ability to navigate the health care industry
Ability to translate health equity vision into revenue generating opportunities that solve for removing barriers to good health
Cultural intelligence and technical mastery of diversity and inclusion strategy
Ability to lead cross-cultural groups
Understanding of cultural humility
Mastery of recruitment and retention of diverse clinicians
Mastery of how to integrate diversity into clinical experience
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.
The incumbent is the VP Patient Care Services for his/her assigned campus within the Operations Division reporting to the campus Vice President & Chief Operating Officer with matrix reporting to the Senior Executive. The incumbent works collaboratively with all CHI Health Leadership executives to achieve CHI Health goals and objectives.
The individual serving in this role functions in an interlocking matrix environment with responsibility across the entire system and continuum for Nursing Practice through his/her membership on the Nursing Council. The Nursing Council has accountability for the integration of nursing systems for CHI Health.
This role can only be fulfilled through a collaborative working relationship with each member of the management team and the Nursing Council. The VP Patient Care Services maintains direct responsibility for Nursing Practice on assigned campus. In addition, the incumbent works collaboratively with medical staff, community leaders, agencies and payors to carry out the goals and objectives for the defined service population. A key role of this position is to build strong relationships with physicians and employees for CHI Health and to achieve high levels of patient and customer satisfaction.
The VP Patient Care Services maintains direct operational responsibility for specific departments and programs on an assigned campus:
Additional direct management responsibilities and/or consultative responsibilities may be assigned from time to time as appropriate to carry out the objectives of the Operations division and/or to provide smooth operations on the campus assigned. The incumbent also maintains a matrix management responsibility for all other nursing care areas located at his/her assigned hospital.
The incumbent works closely with service lines, providing consultative services and coordination in order to further the strategic objectives of the service lines.