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Summary:   The System Executive Director, Transfer Services, will develop and help implement strategies that enable growth, promote network integrity and ensure operational efficiencies that streamline “radically convenient,” friction-free patient transfers within, and/or out of the MercyOne system. The selected candidate will be responsible for providing strategic guidance and leadership to transfer center operations, bed management, patient flow, and ensuring quality patient care.   Job Responsibilities: - The executive director will have oversight and accountability for all transfer center operations, working collaboratively with physicians, staff and MercyOne market ministries to ensure seamless access for patients and providers. The executive director will maintain a global view of capacity and services available across MercyOne, taking necessary actions to balance the system and ensure patients stay in the MercyOne network whenever possible, receiving the appropriate clinical services in the facility closest to home. - The executive director will have an integral role in the oversight and strategy development of MercyOne’s transfer system, primarily focused on patient access, provider experience, quality, and network integrity. The selected individual will help manage access, capacity and throughput across MercyOne and will make decisions related to the design, build, responsibilities of, and launch of the selected transfer model. - The executive director will expedite, prioritize, synchronize and mediate escalated clinical issues or barriers. The selected candidate will oversee the system-wide daily capacity huddle to provide visibility to beds, services and patient needs across the system. The individual will proactively identify process improvement strategies to improve patient flow, system balance and enhancement of network integrity. The executive director will continually work to improve transfer system operations and how the staff interacts with technology, driving best practices in operational workflow and processes. - Leading people - The executive director will lead people toward meeting the organization's vision, mission, and goals, specifically promoting the mindset of “One MercyOne,” while effectively managing personnel and resources. The selected candidate will develop and lead a Transfer System Oversight Council, with significant physician membership, to ensure continuous improvement and the highest adherence to patient quality and safety standards. - Leading Change – The executive director acts as a catalyst for organizational change by communicating a compelling vision and need for change that generates excitement, enthusiasm, and commitment to the process. This individual clearly communicates the direction, required performance, and challenges of change to all involved parties across MercyOne, and identifies and enlists the support of key individuals and groups to move the change forward. This individual will work collaboratively with market and system leadership, EMS, Population Health leadership and Care Management leadership, Regional EMS, and Marketing to create solutions that accomplish organizational objectives. The executive director will support the implementation of change initiatives and serve as a role model by demonstrating commitment to innovation and continuous improvement in organizational performance. This individual will proactively assess the need for change by discussing services and identifying areas of opportunities by visiting entity hospitals and standardizing the sharing of best practices within the system. - Results Driven – The executive director will consistently meet or exceed system organizational goals and expectations of patients, physicians and sending / receiving facilities, by developing and maintaining a seamless transfer process into and out of MercyOne. This individual will make decisions that produce patient-centric results by applying knowledge, analyzing problems, and calculating risks. The selected individual will develop a strong understanding of the overall financial performance of the organization and apply financial concepts and practices to develop and manage the budget for transfer center operations.  The executive director will ensure the consistent delivery of high-quality services and will be committed to continuous improvement, while also using cost-benefit thinking to set priorities. This individual will ensure the creation of a business continuity plan to allow for continued operations during phone and system downtime.  The executive director will be also responsible for staff development and advancement and maintaining productivity standards. - Innovation – The executive director will set the vision for MercyOne as a national industry leader in transfer center services and patient flow. This individual will stay abreast of new industry developments and continually seek ways to deliver high quality, convenient care to patients through new processes, tools and technologies as appropriate. - Outreach and Business Development – The executive director will regularly engage with internal/external physicians and other stakeholders for feedback, monitoring and sharing key performance metrics at least monthly with internal stakeholders and MercyOne leadership. This individual will engage with referring physicians and hospitals regularly through outreach and help develop a coordinated strategy for building and strengthening physician relationships across the state. The executive director will promote growth of key services and proactively identify additional business development opportunities for the MercyOne system. - Additional responsibilities include: Working with MercyOne system and market leaders to optimize key quality metrics and financial outcomes. Providing oversight to embedded infrastructure, including quality improvement, analytics, staff training, care management, and telecom support. Ensuring strategic coordination with dispatch. Ensuring transfer processes support compliance with EMTALA and all other applicable laws.
Job ID
2020-147550
Department
Operations
Facility
MERCY MEDICAL CENTER-DSM
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-CLIVE
Job Summary:   The Director of Social and Clinical Care Integration provides leadership for development and implementation of framework to connect social and clinical care across the MercyOne PHSO Partnered Provider Network. The director serves in a regional (statewide) capacity overseeing the MercyOne and PHSO community health worker program. This framework includes the coordination of community health workers, social workers and care managers to ensure collaborative and effective care management people who are dually eligible and other vulnerable populations we serve.   The position, under the leadership of the MercyOne PHSO President, directs the work of a team that is focused on:   - Leading the process of screening for and addressing social needs with a particular emphasis on those we serve through value-based payment arrangements; - Advancing partnerships to develop a seamless system of social care support with multiple partners including those within the MercyOne PHSO Partnered Provider Network, government, academic institutions, payers, community-based organizations and faith-based organizations. - Leading initiatives specifically designed to work with individuals who are uninsured, Medicaid insured or people who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid by virtue of age, physical/mental disability and income; - Providing expert guidance and technical support to ensure MercyOne and PHSO Partnered Provider Safety Net Health Centers are successful under value-based payment arrangements. - Coordinates Community Health and Well-Being initiatives throughout MercyOne, including but not limited to; governance, committees, workgroups and regulatory reporting.   Job Responsibilities: - Collaborates with MercyOne PHSO Partnered Provider Network members to develop, assess and advance the MercyOne PHSO care management program focused on social and clinical integration strategies. - Convenes chapter leaders to develop and monitor outcomes of social care, including health status, cost and quality drivers among those we serve, with a particular focus on people who are dually-eligible and those within value-based payment arrangements. - Leads the development of innovative strategies and works in partnership with chapter and PHSO grant writers on social care funding strategies. - Develops and implements an operational framework that collects and analyzes the policies, financing mechanisms, analytics, community infrastructure and emergent innovations related to transforming management of people who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid. - Develops and maintains relationships with health system leadership including members of CommonSpirit Health, Trinity Healthy, MercyOne Executive team, Market Senior Leadership Teams, Independent Provider Group Leadership and PHSO/CIN Chapter Leadership. - Provides leadership of staff focused on social and clinical care that collaborate across internal functions of MercyOne and the PHSO network for purposes of value-based payment arrangements. - Contributes to contract negotiation with MercyOne Payer Strategy Group to ensure program alignment to social and clinical care integration strategies. - Coordinates in collaboration with MercyOne PHSO Operations team members with payer joint operating committees, related to social and clinical care integration strategies/outcomes.
Job ID
2021-149149
Department
Population Health Management
Facility
Mercy Medical Center-DSM
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-CLIVE
Job Summary:  The Director, Payer Strategy and Relationships (PSR), is responsible for managed care policies, goals and objectives related to contract language and reimbursement, negotiation strategy, and payer relationships.    The Director collects and communicates Division-level insight and strategic knowledge to/from the PSR National Payer teams, the PSR Growth & Innovation team, and other key departments across the enterprise. This position is essential to CommonSpirit Health’s financial performance, and has significant impact on the long-term strategic trajectory of the organization. This position secures optimal fee for service and value-based reimbursement, protects the interests of the owned and/or affiliated hospitals/ancillaries/professional provider entities in contract negotiations, and strengthens CommonSpirit Health’s relationships with payers.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities:  1.       Participates in the development of Division strategy, relationships, and contracts with local and national payers to further drive a clear and effective negotiation strategy, reimbursement structure, contract renewal planning process, and contract implementation. Budgeted and forecasted performance and growth requirements as set       forth by national and Division senior leaders are integral to these processes. 2.       Gathers information and guidance from Division PSR VP, ministry leaders, internal stakeholders, and financial analysis relative to the strategic, operational, financial needs and expectations of the Division related to the National Payers; proactively communicates with the PSR National Payer teams. 3.       Establishes, builds, and maintains positive, strategic interactions and relationships with payers, employers, providers, and leaders across the ministry. Maintains relationships with National Payer contacts with offices in the Division.  This includes maintaining appropriate Center of Excellence (COE) Designations. 4.       In collaboration with Division Leadership and other PS&R Leadership, develops and executes communication plans and Payer Negotiation Outlines related to payer relationships, negotiations, organizational contractual obligations, and developments in the managed care marketplace including Fee For Service and Value-Based Agreements in support of CommonSpirit Health’s Healthier Communities strategy. 5.       Makes independent decisions and/or exercises judgment based upon appropriate information and objectives.  Comprehends and maintains highly detailed information.  Accepts and carries out responsibility for direction, control, and planning. 6.       Stays current with emerging payer trends, new reimbursement methodologies, state specific regulatory issues, plan benefits, payer activity, products and delivery channels including health insurance exchanges, market competition, etc. 7.       Supports the strategic objectives of CommonSpirit Health’s IDNs, population health, and care management initiatives through directly engaging local payers and employer customers, including CSH employee health benefits. 8.       Participates in and contributes to CommonSpirit Health’s PSR knowledge base through sharing best practices, developing contract performance goals, key metrics, new analytical tools, network development, reimbursement and language guidelines, revenue realization, and other applicable work streams. 9.       Participates in the dispute resolution and denials processes with local payers if the materiality exceeds $1M.  Participates in joint operating committees and denial committees for Division. 10.   Leads and organizes sub-projects necessary to support local and national payer negotiations and growth     Director, PSR Clinically Integrated Networks: - Assist in both local and statewide development of value based contracts for all California Clinically Integrated Networks. - Travel to each CIN, as necessary, and work to educate physicians on contract opportunities. - Develop recommendations and seek appropriate approvals for contract opportunities for CINs. - Lead monthly Payer Committees with each CIN. - Work with each CIN to develop value proposition with payers and pursue new contract opportunities. - Manage existing contracts by participating in operating committees and working to solve issues and answer questions as they arise. - Work collaboratively with Population Health team to develop “best practice” contract language. Director, PSR Statewide Negotiation - Lead the planning, negotiation and implementation of all Blue Shield of CA contracts with CommonSpirit Health - Act as the main communication lead for all items related to Blue Shield of CA’s relationship with CommonSpirit Health - Manage day to day contract questions, assist in revenue cycle queries and annual rate loads to ensure accuracy. - Work with each CA division to develop goals for Blue Shield of CA renewal and monitor new product roll outs and strategy planning. - Work collaboratively with the Population Health, Division leadership and IPAs ensure Accountable Care contractual obligations are met.
Job ID
2020-146194
Department
Managed Care Contracting
Facility
Dignity Health System Office
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-Glendale
Job Summary: This job is responsible for direct and indirect patient care and day-to-day operations of the Perioperative Services function at a specific hospital campus in accordance with professional standards, strategic business objectives and applicable regulatory requirements. An incumbent manages department activities through subordinate management staff, and has 24-hour administrative authority and accountability for the department. Work also includes: 1) ensuring the highest level of surgical care to improve patient outcomes; 2) working closely with the Medical Director and other hospital department managers to integrate/coordinate/evaluate all phases of patient care; 3) administering approved work unit budget, ensuring that an adequate inventory of supplies is maintained, and that quality assurance/accreditation standards are followed; 4) reviewing and responding to daily patient care/physician issues and patient satisfaction reports; 5) serving on regional committees and internal management teams to represent the work site and address broad-based issues impacting the entire organization and 6) providing input to the hospital President on development, implementation, monitoring and other operational issues. Job duties require considerable knowledge of the specialized principles and practices related to health care management in order to evaluate and make viable recommendations in support of clinical effectiveness and organizational performance improvement. Also requires clinical knowledge relative to the assigned functions and management 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, risk reduction and regulatory compliance.
Job ID
2020-147311
Department
Surgery
Facility
St Francis Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-FEDERAL WAY
Responsible for directing, planning, coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating nursing care and patient outcomes. Responsible for resource management, policy and program development, and fiscal management.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Formulates and implements hospital and departmental goals; integrates goals with overall hospital objectives and plan. - Serves as resource in area of expertise within the facility. Maintains effective working relationships and communication with members of the medical staff, other departments, leadership staff, and others.  Participates with leadership, medical staff, and clinical staff in decision-making.  Is an active member of the Nursing Leadership Team.  Promotes interdepartmental teamwork. - Manages the operation of departments by assisting Finance with preparation of annual budgets; evaluates budget variances regularly. Ensures that supply inventories are adequately maintained in order to provide quality and continuity of care.  - Provides leadership and effective personnel management by maintaining and evaluating team member performance and attendance, and providing opportunities for staff development. Promotes and communicates the culture, values, and commitment of CHI Saint Joseph Health through programs that ensure provision of high quality levels of guest service. - Develops base staffing patterns for each area and ensures availability of sufficient qualified nursing staff to meet patient care needs. - Participates in community activities on behalf of the hospital. Assists in community health events and education as needed. - Responsible for delivery of quality care and ongoing quality improvement efforts. Assists with quality management hospital wide.  Monitors patient outcomes and develops corrective action as needed.  - Demonstrates knowledge and skills and keeps knowledge and skills updated. Maintains availability as a resource.  - Other duties as assigned by management.  
Job ID
2021-149675
Department
Surgery
Facility
Saint Joseph Health System Inc
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
KY-LEXINGTON
The Surgical Services Director is responsible for the daily operations of the Operating Room, Same Day Services, Sterile Processing, Chemo Infusion, Endoscopy and Post Anesthesia Care Unit.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Supervision of all personnel, clinical activity, ongoing education, participation in performance Improvement projects, consultant activities. - Establishes policy and procedures for the department in accordance with Joint Commission, state and federal regulations, and hospital administration guidelines assure safety and service for our patients. - Responsible for daily operation, staffing, and follow productivity standards of the organization. - Assist with budgeting and capital requests for department. - Collaborates with the Surgical Committee Chair and the Anesthesia group to review policy and procedures for the department and implement any necessary changes. - Collaborates with the Clinical Services Manager on daily basis regarding staffing needs and patient care issues. - Serves in a multi-disciplinary capacity providing general services to a wide variety of populations including pediatric, medical, surgical, chemotherapy, ambulatory, orthopedic, geriatric, post-partum and nursery. - Educate staff on updates with Epic systems as needed - Communicate issues with the Vice President of Patient Care on regular and as needed basis. - Other duties as assigned by management
Job ID
2021-148779
Department
Surgical
Facility
Unity Family Healthcare
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
MN-LITTLE FALLS
Job Summary   The Director of Workplace Solution Development oversees the technology, processes and people which will develop solutions for our workforce and consumers that make our digital experience better for the enterprise.  The Director also must take into account usability when creating and configuring tools and processes to maximize the benefits from technology.  The Director also considers how the Enterprise Technology capabilities fit into the broader technology landscape to maximize value.   The Director will report to the Vice President of Enterprise Technologies and will lead and inspire a dedicated group of engineering professionals.  They will build and maintain programs that develop employees with technical and soft-skills, enabling them for growth.  The Director is also responsible for setting priorities while listening to employees and stakeholders.  Reporting to the Director will be a multiple disciplinary team of individual contributors who focus on identity & access solutions.   The Director will have a specialized focus on integrating two large health care organizations that have recently merged as one.  This will call for consolidating disparate applications, developing tools, and driving adoption of our digital workplace.   The Director will innovate, working with the Chief Technology Product Officer to research, architect and deploy new capabilities that further improve the workforce and consumer experience. The Director will work with peers in the following areas: - Infrastructure - Digital - Governance, Risk & Compliance - Cybersecurity - Legal - Privacy                                            The Director will work with the following internal stakeholders in the course of their responsibilities: - VP/Director of Network - VP/Director of Informatics - VP/Director of Human Resources - VP/Director of Privacy & Compliance - VP/Director of Legal   The Director will represent CommonSpirit with the following external stakeholders: - Various Product Vendors - Industry consortiums Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Lead the strategic planning and engineering of enterprise solutions, integrating them into the overall fabric for the enterprise. - Develop a culture of quality and innovation to provide the benefits of technology securely and with minimal disruption. - Lead a team of highly skilled analysts and engineers, creating an inclusive work culture where people are engaged with the CommonSpirit mission. - Monitor new cyber threats, regulatory requirements and business imperatives, and creatively assess new methods to improve the cybersecurity and technology landscape. - Measure organizational performance, developing key performance indicators that drive the behaviors and results CommonSpirit seeks. - Model behaviors that create a best place to work environment and are inclusive to everyone. - Provide financial acumen and discipline.   - The successful candidate will have demonstrable experience and skills in the following areas: - People/Talent leadership: attracts, hires and builds high-performing teams, empowers people and rewards results; achieves results through clearly articulated goals, discernment, priorities and a belief in the positive intentions of our employees. Takes an active role in developing talent.  Builds and enables a highly engaged, high performing team.  Strong communicator. - Operational leadership: demonstrates organizational agility and an ability to build a high performance culture which models the willingness, leadership, and courage to challenge the status quo; fosters creativity; problem solves/acts quickly to activate change, innovation and resilience. Delivers a highly stable, robust environment for CommonSpirit and enables our business.  Thinks “human first” in operational experiences delivered.   Shows discipline of execution and delivery. - Financial leadership: understands the organization’s financial processes. Prepares, justifies and administers her/his budget.  Oversees procurement and contracting to achieve desired results. Monitors expenditures and uses cost benefit thinking to (re)set priorities.  Focuses on value creation for CommonSpirit Health – this includes IT centric cost management and business results. Drives a fiscal disciplined behavior in her/his organization.  Thinks long term and short term while managing finance and value creation. - Technical leadership: demonstrates breadth and depth of professional/technical skills and capabilities required for position; shares knowledge; sets or contributes to the organization's direction within area of expertise. Leads to drive value for CommonSpirit through technology.  Influences with fluency on technology related change. - Strategic Leadership: demonstrates the process of using well considered tactics to establish/communicate a vision for an organization or one of its parts. Fluently thinks between needs for today, while planning for the near and far future.  Understand the competitive landscape, industry directions.  Aligns with CommonSpirit Health IT & Digital strategy, builds their own game plan, communicates and delivers on the strategy. 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: $65.49 to $85.13, hourly rates, annualized.   Position is eligible for incentive pay based on company performance.
Job ID
2020-128492
Department
Information Technology
Facility
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICE
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
-Remote Opportunity
1. Utilizes knowledge and skills of informatics practice along with current evidence and clinician input to determine clinical information systems and workflows best suited for the end-users. 2. Monitor the staffing plan for Clinical Informatics, Informatics Project Management, Ambulatory, and Training Teams to ensure the teams meet system goals for FTE’s, overtime, and productivity. 3. Advocates for clinicians and patients in the design, build, testing, implementation, evaluation, stabilization, optimization, and upgrading of clinical information systems. 4. Leads content review and approval process through committee meetings throughout the enterprise system includes leading the shared governance committee. 5. Co-leads EMR upgrades with IT and clinical leadership. 6. Collaborates in the development of end-user requirements and effectively communicating findings. 7. Identifies, develops, and utilizes forums to solicit input and bring end-users to consensus. 8. Supports best practices that promote the adoption of clinical information systems into clinical practice. 9. Ensures the development and maintenance of policies and procedures relate to clinical practice supported by clinical information systems. 10. Collaborates with key leaders to develop, measure and analyze metrics for efficiency and quality. 11. Collaborates with management to provide appropriate and ongoing communication to key stakeholders and end users regarding clinical information systems. 12. Ensures clinical systems are designed and consistent with professional standards of clinical practice, effectively support key clinical efforts including, but not limited to quality, hospital policy and/or regulatory measures.  13. Facilitates escalation of issues as needed. 14. Translates end-user needs into system optimization based on sound informatics principles; translates IT needs and outcomes to clinicians. 15. Researches and analyzes new or emerging clinical information systems and processes 16. Mentors staff in succession planning to lead in the planning and strategic development of clinical information systems. 17. Ensures patient safety in the use of clinical information systems. 18. Identifies opportunities for strategic development within service lines. 19. Leads, coaches, develops and recognizes staff to maximize performance and professional growth. 20. Oversees development and implementation of service line goals/objectives. 21. Identifies and supports opportunities for strategic development within or outside of service lines. 22. Performs other duties as assigned to meet organizational needs.
Job ID
2020-143408
Department
Clinical Informatics
Facility
St. Luke's Health System - Corporate
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
Pay Scale: For salary information please contact Human Resources at 541-677-2475   Shift: Full Time, 8am - 5pm   Job Summary:   Under the direction of Chief Nursing Officer/Chief Operating Officer, the Director of Respiratory Therapy provides leadership and supervision to Respiratory Therapy, Sleep Lab and EEG.  Ensures stability and direction of personnel ensuring best practices are sustained.   Essential Duties: - Works closely with nursing unit managers in all aspects of patient care ensuring all changes in policy and procedures are communicated and adhere to The Joint Commission standards. - Provides input to senior management in areas of staffing, budgeting, cost effectiveness, quality improvement and integration into hospital wide functioning. - Develops and implements long term goals relating to department needs, staff growth and development and patient programs. - Meets with frontline supervisors to evaluate work performance of respiratory personnel, sleep staff and EEG according to performance standards. - Conducts counseling sessions in accordance with Human resource standards and policies. Directs front line supervisors with interviewing, hiring and counseling staff. - Makes rounds in the departments (Respiratory, Sleep lab, EEG) to ensure communication, employee and patient satisfaction standards set by the facility are met. - Communicates with the Medical Director for all the departments under the Director’s charge. - Develops and maintains all policies and procedures. - Ensures all government and regulatory standards are maintained and updated as needed. - Directly responsible for fiscal management of the Respiratory therapy, Sleep Lab and EEG departments, including fiscal budget formulation, monitoring and cost containment. - Directs departments to maintain The Joint Commission and CAP readiness, ensuring all standards are met and complied with. - With the input from the frontline supervisors, completes performance evaluations and/or assists in performance evaluations. - Serves as compliance officer for the departments. - Oversees frontline supervisors in areas of inventory and procurement of departmental supplies. - Maintains membership in the Trauma committee, Pain management committee, RRT/Crash cart committee and any other committees deemed necessary by senior management.  
Job ID
2020-117200
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Facility
MERCY MEDICAL CENTER INC
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
OR-ROSEBURG
- With the local site Mission Contact / Spiritual Care person, leading or otherwise insuring the delivery of the “Mission Integration” segment for all New Employee Orientations with the resources provided by the Division Mission Office including presenting on topics of heritage, mission, vision, values, identity, ethics, spiritual care, community benefit, workplace spirituality, ERDs, Sponsorship, etc…… and seeks ways of offering this material to other potential stakeholder orientations including physicians, executives, board members, etc…. - With the local Mission Contact / Spiritual Care person, leading or otherwise insuring opportunities for formation are provided at all hospitals under their purview whether through Formation-in-the-Moment opportunities, the provided division virtual resources or specific Formation Programs/Presentations for various stakeholder groups such as physicians, executives, boards, management and employees. In collaboration, seeks to create an annual education program related to Mission Integration - With the local Mission Contact/Spiritual Care person, leading and otherwise insuring and providing for opportunities to encourage and celebrate “spirituality in the workplace” through the environment, language, people, prayers, prayer services, rituals, feast days, division virtual offerings, blessings and other traditions of the hospitals under their purview - With the local Mission Contact/Spiritual Care person, leading and otherwise insuring and providing for and celebrating the history and heritage of the hospitals under their purview and their respective founding congregation(s) as well as the history and heritage of Catholic Health Initiatives and CommonSpirit Health. - With the Division VP, Theology and Ethics, insuring a process is in place at all hospitals under their purview to manage ethics consultation requests and serving as a member and/or Chair of an Ethics Committee(s), providing ongoing formation and education of said ethics committee(s) members particularly related to the ERDs (Ethical and Religious Directives of Catholic Health Care Services in the United States, Edition VI) and ensuring ethics-related, sacramental, ecclesial and chaplain policies are current, reviewed and updated. - With the local Mission Contact/Spiritual Care person, maintaining healthy relationships with various community clergy for the communities of the hospitals under their purview as well as positive overall ecclesial relationships in consultation and collaboration with the DSVPMI - Offering leadership, directly or indirectly, to all the hospitals under their purview to ensure the provision for Community Benefit including the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), the follow-up action Implementation Plan, recording data in the CBISA software and providing an annual report. Serves as contact for division Violence Prevention initiatives and international outreach programs (IPH) for the hospitals under their purview.    Serves as a leader or member of the Healthy Communities Coalition and ensures programs are aligned with the CHNA for the hospital and communities under their purview. - With the local Mission Contact/Spiritual Care person, directly or indirectly insuring the high-quality delivery of Spiritual Care/Pastoral Care/Chaplain services, including ensuring that patient, family, and staff emotional and spiritual needs are met by a (certified) Chaplain including but not limited to insuring that Spiritual Care Services / Chaplains visit and are present for patients, families and staff, as well as for inter-disciplinary care teams (huddles, palliative care, etc….), as well as Codes where appropriate as well as offer resources for prayers and spiritual/devotional reading, as well as conduct and respond to emotional and spiritual needs assessments as well as ensures the provision of Sacraments for Catholic patients, etc…. - As a member of the Senior Executive Team of all their respective Ministry Sites, attending, in-person or virtually, all Senior Executive Team meetings at Devils Lake and Carrington and monthly at Lisbon, Oakes and Valley City, each of these three who also have their own part-time Mission Leader as part of the Senior Executive Team. - Maintaining a schedule of regular onsite presence at Devils Lake and Carrington with periodic and occasional visits to Oakes, Lisbon and Valley City. - With the local Mission Contact/Spiritual Care person, providing leadership to the “Mission Committee” of the ministry sites under their purview. - Offering leadership, direction and resource of a particularized line of service (Ethics or Community Benefit or Formation or Spiritual Care/Spirituality, etc…) for the entire Division {TBA – Maybe at a later date…} - As a part of the “staff” of the local Board(s) for the hospitals under their purview, attending such meetings as well as preparing and presenting a Mission Integration report to the Board(s) of the respective hospitals under their purview as well as offering a Formation Opportunity exercise. - Depending on structure of the local hospitals, meeting other duties as assigned including but not limited to supervising directly or through a direct-report Manager, the Spiritual Care Department as well as Community Benefit/Healthy Communities as well as Ethics departments/initiatives/direct reports as well as, optionally depending on hospital needs, supervising personally or through a direct-report Manager, the Volunteer Department, the Advocacy Department, the Gift Shop, the Reward and Recognition Committee, and the Development Department).
Job ID
2020-120424
Department
Mission Services
Facility
MERCY HOSPITAL OF DEVILS LAKE
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-DEVILS LAKE
Act as a clerical coordinator of clinical and/or non-clinical activities, while facilitating communication among members of the Care Management Team.     Essential Functions:   Communication Uses tack, courtesy, sound judgment and a professional attitude when relating to patients, families, and co-workers. Deals with issues in an unemotional and objective manner, while striving to enhance self esteem of others and listen with empathy. States clearly what is wanted and expected from others. Maintains regular communication with all areas of the Care Management Department including Acute Care Team, Transitional Care Team, Population Health Team, and RN Resource Nurse. Coordinates and arranges physician appointments, transportation and other community resources as needed.   Management of Information Follows exposure policy and treatment protocols according to Exposure Control Plan. Maintains a precise and constant flow of information to coworkers through numerous channels and opportunities. Utilizes data for measuring and improving quality of service and outcomes focusing on top indicators for areas of responsibility. Collect and complies data that is requested i.e. HCI Grant, etc. Generates department reports as requested. Compiles statistics as requested.   Provides Clerical Support Provides clerical support including faxing, copying charts, printing, filing and typing. Ability to document required data in Excel Spreadsheet and TAV Health Tools. Maintains appropriate supply level inventor. Prepares daily documents/reports required by the Director of Care Management. Maintains all resource materials to ensure they are accurate and current.   Problem Resolution Maintains patient confidentiality. Demonstrates willingness to be flexible. Practices proper safety precautions to avoid employee injury as evidenced by proper body mechanics.   Coordination and Operational Efficiency Gets things done by setting deadlines for certain actions, closely monitoring the progress of activities, and intervening quickly when these are not proceeding according to schedule. Completes special projects as assigned according to established time frames. Prepares and maintains reports of results as requested. Identifies and reports equipment problems which require maintenance or repair.   Any other duties as assigned
Job ID
2020-143315
Department
Case Management
Facility
ST. VINCENT INFIRMARY MED CTR
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AR-LITTLE ROCK
Cybersecurity Risk Assessments - Conduct market security rounding (including physical and environmental controls), Facility IT Security Assessments (FITSRs) for market-based projects, ad-hoc assessments and participate in national assessments supporting market solutions. Cybersecurity Policy Exceptions Process - Support the national PEP for market requests and processing.  System Patching Oversight - Serve as a point of escalation for market patching compliance and support for gaps in patching program. Third Party Assessment Support - Support Security Risk Assessments for CommonSpirit Health vendors and third party requests for CommonSpirit Health to complete security questionnaires. Cybersecurity Guidance - Provide general and project specific guidance to markets on cybersecurity policies and standards.  Regulatory Compliance Support - Support market compliance with HIPAA, PCI DSS, Promoting Interoperability and other regulations as identified.  Serve as a key resource for medical staff, employees and leadership for regulatory guidance and audit support.  Cybersecurity Incident Support - Manage market security incidents and support national incidents with market applicability (includes physical security incidents impacting technology and/or confidential information).  Audit Support - Participate in security audits including assisting with development of corrective action plans and overseeing implementation. Remediation Tracking and Validation -Support National with past due or non-responsive market remediation (aka corrective action plan - CAP). Cybersecurity Awareness Training - Oversees implementation of cybersecurity awareness training and distributes materials at facilitates.
Job ID
2020-131760
Department
IT Security
Facility
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICE
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-Sacramento
Job Summary / Purpose The Division Director, Care Coordination is responsible for providing leadership in the development, implementation, and oversight of a care coordination model which will support a patient-centered care delivery model across the assigned division. This position is responsible for the development and implementation of standards, systems, policies, and procedures in alignment with organizational strategic initiatives and that is focused on quality and financial outcomes. Specifically, this position leads division wide efforts to optimize care coordination across the care continuum. This coordination ensures a plan of care for patients in all stages of health needs. The plan of care process will also ensure efficient resource utilization, quality outcomes, and maximize reimbursement.   **This will support the Southeast Division.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities   - Oversees and/or directs the development, implementation and standardization of division-wide care coordination, utilization management, and social work services policies, procedures and programs in conjunction with related goals and objectives. Ensures compliance with federal and state regulations, as well as established organizational policies and procedures. - Develops strategy and processes to align with the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging - Establishes and oversees the development and implementation of programs, short and long-range goals and objectives and determines the optimal progression to obtain these goals. Reviews analyses and reports of various activities to determine department progress toward stated goals and objectives. - Provides oversight for the medical necessity reviews, denials management, and utilization management supporting all areas of the organization within the assigned division. This includes strategy development which will improve reimbursements and reduce denials as related to federal, state and commercial programs in partnership with Common Spirit Health Partners. - Ability to develop strong partnerships with clinical partners and clinical integration activities in order to optimize care coordination across the care continuum.  Ensure efficient resource utilization, improve quality outcomes and enhance patient satisfaction. - Maintains effective communication and a strong leadership presence with executive partners, senior leaders, internal and external customers to coordinate and adequately address patient care needs. - Reviews, prepares, analyzes, and presents reports and recommendations to senior management regarding operations and/or other applicable areas of interest in order to provide concise and accurate information that aids in decision-making. Develops, reviews, and monitors clinical, service and financial outcomes using performance metrics.
Job ID
2020-145409
Department
Care Coordination
Facility
Dignity Health System Office
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
-Remote Opportunity
Job Summary / Purpose The Division Director, Care Coordination is responsible for providing leadership in the development, implementation, and oversight of a care coordination model which will support a patient-centered care delivery model across the assigned division. This position is responsible for the development and implementation of standards, systems, policies, and procedures in alignment with organizational strategic initiatives and that is focused on quality and financial outcomes. Specifically, this position leads division wide efforts to optimize care coordination across the care continuum. This coordination ensures a plan of care for patients in all stages of health needs. The plan of care process will also ensure efficient resource utilization, quality outcomes, and maximize reimbursement.    **This position will support the Southwest Division.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities   - Oversees and/or directs the development, implementation and standardization of division-wide care coordination, utilization management, and social work services policies, procedures and programs in conjunction with related goals and objectives. Ensures compliance with federal and state regulations, as well as established organizational policies and procedures. - Develops strategy and processes to align with the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging - Establishes and oversees the development and implementation of programs, short and long-range goals and objectives and determines the optimal progression to obtain these goals. Reviews analyses and reports of various activities to determine department progress toward stated goals and objectives. - Provides oversight for the medical necessity reviews, denials management, and utilization management supporting all areas of the organization within the assigned division. This includes strategy development which will improve reimbursements and reduce denials as related to federal, state and commercial programs in partnership with Common Spirit Health Partners. - Ability to develop strong partnerships with clinical partners and clinical integration activities in order to optimize care coordination across the care continuum.  Ensure efficient resource utilization, improve quality outcomes and enhance patient satisfaction. - Maintains effective communication and a strong leadership presence with executive partners, senior leaders, internal and external customers to coordinate and adequately address patient care needs. - Reviews, prepares, analyzes, and presents reports and recommendations to senior management regarding operations and/or other applicable areas of interest in order to provide concise and accurate information that aids in decision-making. Develops, reviews, and monitors clinical, service and financial outcomes using performance metrics.
Job ID
2020-137360
Department
Care Coordination
Facility
Dignity Health System Office
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
-Remote Opportunity
1. Oversees the daily operation of the System Case Management and Social Services programs, ensuring accountability, effectiveness, efficiency, and compliance with regulatory and accreditation agencies. 2. Serves as Clinical Advisor to Case Management across the continuum of care for all payment programs, including but not limited to participation in program development and facility network development. 3. Participates in payor relations activities and physician networking development initiatives. 4. Implements policies, institutes processes, and works with Facility leadership and Nursing to effectively manage length of stay. 5. Develops and tracks accountability metrics to ensure quality and productivity of Facility Case Management departments. 6. Acts as liaison for Information Services, Patient Financial Services, and other Corporate-level functions to ensure Case Management processes and procedures work efficiently across the Revenue Cycle. 7. Develops strategic action plans and timelines for key areas of focus including RAC preparation, ongoing physician education, physician trends, denials, discharge planning, standard order sets, ICU level of care utilization, and other areas. 8. Evaluates and ensures each facility’s level of compliance with Medicare Conditions of Participation, ensuring an effective and compliant UM committee. 9. Oversees and monitors each facility’s UM plan, ensuring compliance with CMS regulations. 10. Implements and provides oversight of CDQI operations to ensure activities are aligned with the overall strategic direction. 11. Leads the short and long-term planning process, and drives prioritization to meet the Enterprise’s financial performance goals. 12. Develops and implements best practices and consistent process/tools across care delivery businesses. 13. Ensures application of clinical algorithms within attestation process to enhance ability of providers to assess and document the complete health status of members.
Job ID
2020-109602
Department
Care Management
Facility
St. Luke's Health System - Corporate
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
Executive leadership at MercyOne understands the value and positive impacts of maintaining a strong fiscal foundation. We recognize it takes a highly skilled, compassionate workforce and sound operational initiatives in order for us to continue our unwavering commitment to positively impact the communities and people we serve. This philosophy has established MercyOne as a trusted source of expert healthcare to Central Iowa for over 100 years. The Division Director of Finance functions as a business partner who is dedicated to supporting clinical and operational excellence of the hospital by proactively driving strategic initiatives. Additionally, the Division Director of Finance serves as thought-leader; utilizing financial techniques to deliver outstanding performance. Our commitment to responsible financial management has afforded us the opportunity to expand services and provide employees and patients with new state-of-the-art equipment and recent facility renovations.   If you are a strong financial leader with a servant leadership mentality and a passion for supporting both people and operations, we want to connect with you!   Division Director of Finance Key Responsibilities: - Plans, coordinates, executes and maintains the annual operating and capital budgets for MercyOne - Contribute to success with heavy experience in healthcare cost reporting, revenue cycle, operational budgeting and financial forecast - Provides oversight and leadership for the development and administration of the decision support function for MercyOne - Ensures successful participation in benchmarking and productivity initiatives - Represents Finance Department with respect to Committees and special projects, as required - Provides Financial Support to Service Lines and Clinical Support Platforms - Participates in the month-end close process and financial reporting - Serves as a strategic business partner and plans and coordinates long range plan for MercyOne; - Support continued operational stability with "big picture" thinking and strategic vision
Job ID
2020-143039
Department
Finance
Facility
MERCY MEDICAL CENTER-DSM
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-CLIVE
Director Payer Strategy  Chosen person must be located in California.   Position Summary:  The Director, Payer Strategy and Relationships (PSR), is responsible for managed care policies, goals and objectives related to contract language and reimbursement, negotiation strategy, and payer relationships. The Director collects and communicates Division-level insight and strategic knowledge to/from the PSR National Payer teams, the PSR Growth & Innovation team, and other key departments across the enterprise. This position is essential to CommonSpirit Health’s financial performance, and has significant impact on the long-term strategic trajectory of the organization. This position secures optimal fee for service and value-based reimbursement, protects the interests of the owned and/or affiliated hospitals/ancillaries/professional provider entities in contract negotiations, and strengthens CommonSpirit Health’s relationships with payers.   Essential Key Job Responsibilites:    - Lead the planning, negotiation and implementation of all Blue Shield of CA contracts with CommonSpirit Health - Act as the main communication lead for all items related to Blue Shield of CA’s relationship with CommonSpirit Health - Manage day to day contract questions, assist in revenue cycle queries and annual rate loads to ensure accuracy. - Work with each CA division to develop goals for Blue Shield of CA renewal and monitor new product roll outs and strategy planning. - Work collaboratively with the Population Health, Division leadership and IPAs ensure Accountable Care contractual obligations are met. - Participates in the development of Division strategy, relationships, and contracts with local and national payers to further drive a clear and effective negotiation strategy, reimbursement structure, contract renewal planning process, and contract implementation. - Budgeted and forecasted performance and growth requirements as set forth by national and Division senior leaders are integral to these processes. - Gathers information and guidance from Division PSR VP, ministry leaders, internal stakeholders, and financial analysis relative to the strategic, operational, financial needs and expectations of the Division related to the National Payers; proactively communicates with the PSR National Payer teams. - Establishes, builds, and maintains positive, strategic interactions and relationships with payers, employers, providers, and leaders across the ministry. Maintains relationships with National Payer contacts with offices in the Division. This includes maintaining appropriate Center of Excellence (COE) Designations. - In collaboration with Division Leadership and other PS&R Leadership, develops and executes communication plans and Payer Negotiation Outlines related to payer relationships, negotiations, organizational contractual obligations, and developments in the managed care marketplace including Fee For Service and Value-Based Agreements in support of CommonSpirit Health’s Healthier Communities strategy. - Makes independent decisions and/or exercises judgment based upon appropriate information and objectives. Comprehends and maintains highly detailed information.  Accepts and carries out responsibility for direction, control, and planning. - Stays current with emerging payer trends, new reimbursement methodologies, state specific regulatory issues, plan benefits, payer activity, products and delivery channels including health insurance exchanges, market competition, etc. - Supports the strategic objectives of CommonSpirit Health’s IDNs, population health, and care management initiatives through directly engaging local payers and employer customers, including CSH employee health benefits. - Participates in and contributes to CommonSpirit Health’s PSR knowledge base through sharing best practices, developing contract performance goals, key metrics, new analytical tools, network development, reimbursement and language guidelines, revenue realization, and other applicable work streams. - Participates in the dispute resolution and denials processes with local payers if the materiality exceeds $1M. Participates in joint operating committees and denial committees for Division. - Leads and organizes sub-projects necessary to support local and national payer negotiations and growth ~LI-DH
Job ID
2020-146369
Department
Managed Care Contracting
Facility
Dignity Health System Office
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-Rancho Cordova
This is a vital role in CHI's Physician Enterprise! This position contributes to the mission and vision of the Physician Enterprise (PE) by providing direction to and supporting the physicians and advanced practice providers. The primary responsibilities of this position are to facilitate a culture of collegiality and provide resources and support to PE providers to ensure we remain the organization of choice to practice medicine. This individual will ensure valuable information critical to the success of our business is being shared and executed through the appropriate communications channels. The position will represent the PE within the organization as well as in the community and must serve as a role model for the promotion of positive, ethical and moral principles consistent with the Mission, Vision and Values of CommonSpirit.   - Leads organizational efforts around growth through the development of new ventures and works with others to design the necessary legal and corporate infrastructure to support the expansion of core business activities - Develops, executes and directs provider recruitment, integration and engagement strategies to support CHCs Strategic Plan goals, service line strategies and overall network development goals - Establishes a strategic plan review and challenge process, ensuring facility senior teams present and support targeted actions to achieve desired results around each of the key business drivers. In collaboration with the PE Finance team, support the capital funding process for large-scale projects and the purchase of capital equipment. - Establishes and coordinates a process for ensuring facility accountability and communication around progress made on strategic initiatives; facilities support and collaboration from Division and Corporate resources to ensure successful execution of facility strategic business plan including oversight of the evaluation recommendation of improvements to PE facilities including construction renovation of structures and/or purchases of new equipment and information systems.   - Provides leadership and oversight for the integration of the delivery of health services in an integrated fashion through the management of clinic transition. Operations may include HR, finance, budgeting, purchasing, legal & risk management, property management, customer service, billing information systems and central office functions  #physicianrecruitment #businessdevelopment
Job ID
2020-130641
Department
Business Development Planning
Facility
ALEGENT CREIGHTON CLINIC
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
  What We Have To Offer:   - Opportunity to partner in close collaborate with organizational leadership, physicians/providers and other division department and services lines for management services for our Care Management functions across multiple hospital sites in the Pacific Northwest - Faith-based culture with commitment to our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence where we value positive team players - Competitive wages, incentives and a generous employee benefits program   About This Position:   The Division Director for Care Management is responsible for planning, directing and evaluating the full scope of care management/coordination services (e.g. care management, care coordination, denial management, transition care, discharge planning, etc.). This role also provides strategic leadership in assessing, designing, developing and implementing programs and initiatives to form a comprehensive and cohesive model that provides access to care across of the continuum of health care services, achieves financial performance targets under risk-based payment models, and demonstrates superior clinical outcomes, performance and services levels.   The position also focuses on addressing/alleviating current gaps in care management programs/resources/services in the community, maximizing effective utilization of resources, ensuring that post-acute work is appropriately executed, enhancing overall patient outcomes/service satisfaction of all identified customer groups and generating a competitive advantage for the organization.   Day-To-Day Responsibilities:   - Assists with developing and managing the operations/capital budgets for the department - Develops, implements and executes quality improvement initiatives to enhance/streamline current procedures/processes and take advantage of system-wide synergies - Oversees the centralized policies, standards, practice and education applicable to all PNW-division social workers and care managers and ensuring that overall objectives relating to consistency of standards and customer service are achieved - Establishes effective mechanisms to support medical/social management related to utilization of resources across the care continuum - Serves on a command center and virtual health steering committees - Supervises subordinate site-based management staff.
Job ID
2020-134807
Department
Care Management
Facility
FRANCISCAN SYSTEM SERVICES
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
- Provides oversight for all 340B Programs and program components for the division(s), in collaboration with representatives from pharmacy, legal, compliance, finance, and division administration: - Implements processes, policies, procedures and technology to effectively transition the CHI 340B Program to a proactive, integrated successful program - Works to continually improve the program quality and compliance - Maintains awareness of 340B regulatory guidance, policy/rule issues and changes, and potential program changes - In collaboration with Corporate Responsibility, assures regulatory compliance at each covered entity in the division - Achieves positive division-level 340B Program financial results - Communicates relevant information including program changes, risks, and improvement recommendations - Operationalizes program improvements, expansions, and implementations - Supports ongoing maintenance, compliance, and sustainability of the 340B Programs across the division - Oversees the ongoing daily operations of the 340B Programs at each covered entity in the division(s) in collaboration with other division personnel and covered entity personnel.   - Develops relationships with 340B internal and external stakeholders to ensure cooperation and teamwork to optimize program. Develops and maintains relationships with contract pharmacy partners. - Aligns the Division 340B operations with CHI-wide efforts: - Vendor services and solutions - Contract pharmacy relationships and management - Operational assessments of current and prospective contracts, opportunities, and improvements - 340B Program policies and procedures - Compliance - Efficient use of staff and resources. - Coordinates with the CHI System 340B Operations Support Team and work groups to achieve program goals and benefits of the CHI 340B Program. - Assigns resources to provide expertise and guidance to covered entities to ensure accurate and complete processes, policies and operating procedures. - Assures that policies and procedures are effective and compliant with state and federal regulations related to 340B contract pharmacy operations.   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: $51.66 to $67.16, hourly rates, annualized.   Position is eligible for incentive pay based on company performance.
Job ID
2020-139335
Department
Pharmacy
Facility
CATHOLIC HEALTH INITIATIVES
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
-ANY - Remote Opportunity
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