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1.     Assessment Assess patient nutrition needs within age specific and scope of care guidelines within the continuum of care and assess staff/intern performance. Evaluate patient’s nutritional status/assess appropriateness of current nutritional care/determine needs of various age groups of patients; and initiate steps to make changes as needed according to assessment results. Conduct interviews of job applicants and assist in prospective employee selection. Evaluate competencies of dietetic intern performance. Evaluate potential and current patient compliance/understanding. Evaluate job performance of self and peers. Analyze menus for nutrition/cost/variety. Determine the nutrition educational needs of the community population at large.     2.     Communication       Communicate effectively within age specific guidelines with patients, hospital staff, and the                  community at large both written and verbally.        Plan, implement, and follow up nutritional care of individual patients.        Participate in development, implementation, and monitoring of nutrition care policies.        Be an active part of total patient care-- hospital wide commitment by being on inter-department        committees, specialization committees, and a liaison between medical staff and patients.         Conduct patient interviews to determine degree of nutritional risk and develop adequate        nutritional care plan.        Provide the community at large with accurate nutritional information through written and verbal        communication  (media, newspaper, hospital publications)        Guide AD's, QT's, and kitchen staff in nutritional care activities:  screening, nutritional analysis,        counseling        Utilize communication skills effectively with hospital staff and community at large.     3.     Teaching Teach patients, hospital staff, students, and the community at large through written and/ or verbal contact and the self through research and continuing education. Develop curriculums and written materials for education. Provide nutritional counseling, individual and group, for patients, patient's families, and out patients.  Counseling is to be adjusted according to patients age, patients medical condition (pregnant/lactating women, surgical, mental, visual, hearing impairment, etc.); patients social needs (ethic, financial, etc.).  Collaborate with physicians, nursing, and pharmacy on counseling patients on food/drug interactions. Develop and periodically revise educational counseling materials for all areas of nutrition. Develop class curriculums for educating hospital staff, physicians, and community at large about nutrition topics. Conduct classes on nutrition to educate the hospital staff and community at large. Provide educational instruction to dietetic interns. Provide continuing education opportunities to hospital staff as needed. Instruct and train new employees. Conduct research on pertinent topics.     4.     Documentation Document patient contact, assessments, recommendations, and charges in the medical record and/or computer.  Document professional credentials and evaluations of peer and intern performance. Document all patient care activities in patient's medical record, department records, and/ or computer. Document peer and intern performance. Provide and maintain accurate records and reports.  Document social accountability   5.     Coordination Coordinate work time, meetings, CQIs, projects, policies/procedures, formularies, and menus with appropriate hospital staff and/or the community at large. Develop and revise department policy and procedures Identify, analyze, and investigate ways to improve patient meal service and /or formulary through audits (CQI) meal rounds, taste tests, product review, and menu revision. Be active part of total patient care Collaborate nutritional services with other medical staff and/or community at large for effective patient nutritional care. Utilize and maintain effective time management skills.   6.     Marketing Market clinical dietetics through wellness screenings, article writing, media/physician/customer interaction, projects, workshops, and seminars. Coordinate and participate in community activities and screenings. Provide nutritional information to physicians, hospital staff, media, and community at large to promote clinical dietetics. Develop and implement projects that promote the department and nutrition in general. Be a resource person on one or more specializations for physicians, hospital staff, peers, students, and the public.  
Job ID
2020-142063
Department
Diabetes Education
Facility
CHI St. Vincent Health
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
AR-HOT SPRINGS
Job Summary The CommonSpirit Health Digital and Human Experiences team is looking for an experienced Digital Project Manager who has proven outcomes.  This position is accountable for internal implementation of our large digital portfolio impacting marketing, operations, clinical teams, administration and more.  This position is responsible for delivering some of our most strategic initiatives. The Digital Project Manager III (PM III) areas of responsibility include resource allocation, influencing sponsors and managing work prioritization. The PM III plays an active role in making decisions involving human, technical, and financial resources necessary to implement change for high impact environments. They design processes and structures to support enterprise wide change. They implement products, programs or projects across the enterprise. They are responsible for managing the implementation plan, schedule, change management, risk/issues and resource allocation.   The PM III is expected to work autonomously and have minimal interaction with the Implementation Lead with regards to program management methodology. Through collaboration, demonstrates team leadership while focusing on items that will have project/implementation outcome implications other than expected. PM III’s are expected to contribute to the continuous improvement of the project management lifecycle methodology. They are assigned to medium or large products, programs or projects and will be assigned to multiple products, programs or projects concurrently with rare exceptions.  The PM III can be assigned as a contributor PM on programs, as well.   Essential Job Duties - Manage business sponsor relationships, and navigate political landscape - Ensure adherence to Finance and Accounting principles in relation to project budgets, purchasing and analysis of financial results - Maintain in-depth knowledge of Digital and Innovation products and services, architectural components, business processes and applications to minimize the impact of changes in software, hardware or network. - Define and execute rinse and repeat implementation processes - Consult on and document current and future state workflows to ensure alignment with strategic business and clinical goals - Own product platform configuration and administration (as needed) - Conduct technology testing to ensure readiness for implementation - Conduct end to end workflow readiness (as needed) to validate launch readiness with all parties - Ensure impediments are addressed so the implementation progress is not hindered - Facilitate meetings and actively manage outcomes - Facilitate discussion, decision making, and conflict resolution - Assist with internal and external communication, improving transparency, and radiating information - Collaborate on timelines and ensure project tools remain current - Drive and communicate the status of implementation, including the creation of status reports as appropriate. ~LI-DH
Job ID
2020-128522
Department
Information Technology
Facility
CommonSpirit Health National Offices
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
-Remote Opportunity
This position in Fargo, ND supports people with disabilities in their homes. You will assist with activities, transportation, personal cares, meal prep and household duties. Learning about the Person Supported - Attends initial and annual trainings on each specific program plan individualized to meet the needs of the people supported. - Learns about community involvement and interests specific to each person supported. Assists the people supported with volunteering to create healthier communities. - Knowledge on the person supported and assists them in achieving their dreams and goals. Essential Duties - Provides active supports in all aspects of daily lives assisting with community events, cooking, cleaning, personal cares, shopping and other duties as assigned. - Provide transportation with a reliable vehicle. - Provides education & supports on finances, budgeting. - Ensures that each person supported receives education on rights and responsibilities. - Assists and supports people to be independent in their homes to the best of their ability. - Must be Med Certified within 60 days of employment. - Documents daily in the Therap system. Pay & Benefits - Starting Pay is $16.50 with regular opportunities for merit increases. - Benefits available to all Part and Full-time positions scheduled at least 20 hours per week. - Pay Frequency is bi-weekly.
Job ID
2020-139296
Department
Home Health
Facility
CHI Friendship
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-FARGO
This position in Fargo, ND supports people with disabilities in their homes. You will assist with activities, transportation, personal cares, meal prep and household duties. Learning about the Person Supported - Attends initial and annual trainings on each specific program plan individualized to meet the needs of the people supported. - Learns about community involvement and interests specific to each person supported. Assists the people supported with volunteering to create healthier communities. - Knowledge on the person supported and assists them in achieving their dreams and goals. Essential Duties - Provides active supports in all aspects of daily lives assisting with community events, cooking, cleaning, personal cares, shopping and other duties as assigned. - Provide transportation with a reliable vehicle. - Provides education & supports on finances, budgeting. - Ensures that each person supported receives education on rights and responsibilities. - Assists and supports people to be independent in their homes to the best of their ability. - Must be Med Certified within 60 days of employment. - Documents daily in the Therap system. Pay & Benefits - Starting Pay is $16.50 with regular opportunities for merit increases. - Benefits available to all Part and Full-time positions scheduled at least 20 hours per week. - Pay Frequency is bi-weekly.  
Job ID
2020-138391
Department
Home Health
Facility
CHI Friendship
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
ND-FARGO
This position in Grafton, ND supports people with disabilities in their homes. You will assist with activities, transportation, personal cares, meal prep and household duties. Learning about the Person Supported - Attends initial and annual trainings on each specific program plan individualized to meet the needs of the people supported. - Learns about community involvement and interests specific to each person supported. Assists the people supported with volunteering to create healthier communities. - Knowledge on the person supported and assists them in achieving their dreams and goals. Essential Duties - Provides active supports in all aspects of daily lives assisting with community events, cooking, cleaning, personal cares, shopping and other duties as assigned. - Provide transportation with a reliable vehicle. - Provides education & supports on finances, budgeting. - Ensures that each person supported receives education on rights and responsibilities. - Assists and supports people to be independent in their homes to the best of their ability. - Must be Med Certified within 60 days of employment. - Documents daily in the Therap system. Pay & Benefits - Starting Pay is $16.50 with regular opportunities for merit increases. - Benefits available to all Part and Full-time positions scheduled at least 20 hours per week. - Pay Frequency is bi-weekly.
Job ID
2020-137782
Department
Home Health
Facility
CHI Friendship
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-GRAFTON
Reports to the Vice President Patient Care Services/Chief Nursing Executive. Responsible for planning, organizing, implementing, and directing resources in assigned nursing area. Manages nursing departments, ensures quality patient care and patient experience; promotes growth and development of personnel and department; supports the CommonSpirit Health mission, vision, and values. All criteria-based duties and standards will be performed according to the policies, procedures, and guidelines of the Medical Center. Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Acts as a role model through support of the Medical Center’s mission, vision, and values. - Develops, maintains, and evaluates policies and procedures to facilitate the delivery of nursing care. - Attains professional growth and development in leadership. - Fosters a diverse, multi-cultural, professional work environment. - Assures quality of care by interpreting and developing Medical Center and nursing division’s standards of care; enforcing adherence to state board of nursing and state nurse practice act requirements and other governing agency regulations; measuring health outcomes against standards; and implementing required adjustments. - Participates in safety, security, and infection control programs. - Maintains staffing by recruiting, interviewing, selecting, and onboarding nurses and ancillary staff. - Conducts bi-annual performance evaluations and corrective action, as indicated. - Maintains oversight of the budget process for their respective nursing departments. - Assists with the development, implementation, and evaluation of the Medical Center’s goals through support of Strategic Planning. - Coordinates new programs and ensures strategies are implemented to enhance patient care delivery. - Collaborates with nursing staff, interdisciplinary teams, executive officers, and other key stakeholders to implement quality improvement strategies and strategic planning initiatives. - Promotes and supports the Dyad Leadership structure through active participation and collaboration in the model, as assigned.
Job ID
2020-118688
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI St. Alexius Bismarck
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Bismarck
Job Summary Responsible for management and administration of CommonSpirit Health’s commercial card and payments program to maximize rebate potential, maintain efficiencies, minimize program roadblocks, and assist with working capital needs and associated fees/interest. Responsible for managing commercial payments roadmap, derive and apply analytics to drive program optimization, and manage user experience across different interaction points. Provide oversight and guidance on CommonSpirit Health processes and policies for vendor commercial payments (SUA, Virtual Pay, or ePayable), corporate cards, ghost cards, procurement cards programs. Responsible for engaging with program partners and cross-functional teams to develop new ideas and enhance program features in order to grow commercial cards and payment program. This role is expected to exercise creativity, critical thinking, relationship building, analytics, and collaboration to resolve issues and execute program strategy. Research and track trends within healthcare space to determine potential impacts to existing program; work with vendor product offerings and technology roadmap that align with the program. Manage existing vendor and program relationships to ensure vendor spend is retained in the program. Serve as point of escalation at CommonSpirit Health for any issues or concerns with vendor recruitment and retention. Create policies, processes, procedures, and controls in support of commercial cards and payment programs.  Manage program administrators and internal/external program resources as needed   Job Responsibility 1 Work with program partners to develop/improve vendor recruitment and retention strategies. Develop and streamline payment processes to ensure timely payments in order to capture vendor discounts and payment rebates.Provide oversight and guidance on CommonSpirit Health processes and policies for vendor commercial payments (SUA, Virtual Pay, or ePayable), corporate cards, ghost cards, and procurement card programs. Partner with stakeholders to ensure proper alignment with program strategy. Leverage internal data, vendor feedback, market insights, and working experience to proactively identify opportunities for enhancements, close gaps, and improve processes to promote vendor satisfaction and maximize rebates. Work with CommonSpirit Health Supply Chain, Contracts, Treasury, and external partners, to lead initiatives to implement alternative payment methods to generate rebate revenue, gain efficiencies, and improve cash flow. Monitor rebate-eligible spend and reconcile to program statements to ensure accuracy of rebates received. Periodically review spend and track to targets.   Job Responsibility 2 Research and track trends within healthcare space to determine potential impact to existing program. Work with vendor product offerings and technology roadmap that align with the program.   Job Responsibility 3 Partner with Supply Chain and Contracts to oversee program effectiveness and implement payment options with rebate-eligible payment methods as high priority. Manage existing vendor and program relationships to ensure vendor spend is retained in the program. Serve as point of escalation at CommonSpirit Health for any issues or concerns with vendor recruitment and retention in the program.   Job Responsibility 4 Partner with AP, Supply Chain, and Contracts on developing internal policies and procedures to help drive program spend. Create policies, processes, procedures, and controls in support of the program. Partner with relevant parties on vendor RFPs that would direct vendors to receive payments through the commercial card program. Analyze business processes to identify efficiencies in the payment process that can present additional rebate opportunities. Manage internal program administrators and internal/external program resources as needed    
Job ID
2020-124820
Department
Finance
Facility
CommonSpirit Health National Offices
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AZ-Phoenix
POSITION SUMMARY   Participates as part of the operational leadership team of assigned business unit or service line. Provides HR guidance to support business planning and deliver on key goals.    POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES   1. Partner: Participates as part of the operational leadership team of assigned business unit or service line. • Functions as a trusted advisor, partner and active member on the assigned area(s) leadership team(s) by providing HR guidance to support business planning and deliver on key goals. 2. Strategic Alignment:  Works collaboratively with designated partners to support and maximize operational performance with particular attention to those activities that lead to the successful accomplishment of organizational strategic priorities and goals. • Partners to ensure strategic alignment of business unit/service line work with organizational goals, processes, policies, structure and overall strategy that supports the business and drives organizational performance. 3. Business Knowledge: Understands and can articulate financial and operational terms and practices that are contextualized to the needs of the business unit/service line being served.        • Drives value by knowing the business and translating business data into actionable information that is used for effective decision making; works with management to understand operational needs and plans,  proactively identifying and developing plans for mitigating risks to effective and efficient operational performance. 2. Change Management: Supports the process and use of tools/techniques to manage the people elements of change to achieve desired business outcomes. • Collaborates with key stake holders to support implementation of change management initiatives and ensures objectives are met that drive overall performance, improve business outcomes and align with strategic objectives. Being resilient in times of change. 3. Culture: Integrate culture standards consistent with the CHI Work Community Value Proposition into business unit/service line practices and processes to ensure all employees experience and engage in supporting the desired work culture. • Understands and promulgates approaches that lead to the positive, desired work culture articulated in CHI’s Work Community Value Proposition. • Applies results of culture diagnostic tools, e.g., Performance Culture Assessment (PCA) to help craft appropriate plans for addressing culture development needs identified in the business unit/service lines served. 4. Talent Management: Partners with leaders to identify current and anticipated talent needs • Collaborates with the operational leaders and others to develop an effective, strategic talent acquisition, retention, and succession approach. 5. Performance and Leadership Coaching: Provides appropriate advice, feedback and development to improve the effectiveness of individual leaders and their team members • Provides guidance and advice addressing issues that pertain to engagement, performance management, employee relations, training and other areas of Human Resources. • Focus on development, collaboration and assessments; coaches Leaders and employees at all levels on a variety of topics such as management skills, conflict resolution and communications.  6. Centers of Expertise (CoE) Utilization: Collaborates with CoEs to support the accomplishment of business goals and objectives • Identifies business unit/service line needs to CoE partners for program and resource solutions that support effective people management and operational performance. • Assists CoE with the implementation of programs/initiatives to increase awareness and understanding by employees and leaders.  • Works with CoE partners to develop, implement, and improve processes for engagement and communication between the CoE and Business Partners that ensure the effective utilization of the CoEs on an ongoing basis. 7. People Metrics and Analysis: Provides people data, business metrics and information to enhance effective operational performance. • Provides relevant data on people metrics, analyzing and identifying trends and making recommendations in response to operational needs and develop strategies for future opportunities. 8. Employment and Labor Law:  Applies an understanding of legal precedents, policies and practices to protect the interest of the organization, leaders and individual employees • Provides effective direction, counsel and advice to management on the interpretation and application of: HR policy and practice, employment and labor laws (i.e. EEOC, ADA, FMLA, HIPAA), Joint Commission, unemployment, etc.
Job ID
2020-140787
Department
Human Resources
Facility
CHI St. Luke's Sugar Land Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-SUGAR LAND
Come lead our magnificient laboratory staff at Lakeside and Midlands Hospital! We are looking for a dynamic Lab Director that has innovative ideas and provides stellar leadership to move the department to be the best it can be!   Key Responsibilites - Responsible for operating the technical and support services at the site(s) in compliance with accreditation and regulatory agencies; providing timely and accurate laboratory services. - Provides leadership to create an engaged workforce through the management functions of scheduling, recruiting, hiring, performance reviews, discipline, coaching, development, competency assessments and training. - Oversight and improvement of workflow processes in the pre-analytical, analytical and post-analytical areas of the Laboratory using the appropriate quality improvement methodology and system resources to assure standardization. - Strategically aligns and manages business (budget and productivity), quality and service objectives with the goals of CHI Health and its entities. - Develops collegial and cooperative relationships with other departments and leaders to be able to implement efficiencies and best practices to enhance patient care.   #laboratory #leadership #labmanagement  
Job ID
2020-139651
Department
Laboratory Administration
Facility
CHI Health Lakeside
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
Reports to the Vice President Patient Care Services/Chief Nursing Executive. Responsible for planning, organizing, implementing, and directing resources in assigned nursing area. Manages nursing departments, ensures quality patient care and patient experience; promotes growth and development of personnel and department; supports the CommonSpirit Health mission, vision, and values. All criteria-based duties and standards will be performed according to the policies, procedures, and guidelines of the Medical Center. Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Acts as a role model through support of the Medical Center’s mission, vision, and values. - Develops, maintains, and evaluates policies and procedures to facilitate the delivery of nursing care. - Attains professional growth and development in leadership. - Fosters a diverse, multi-cultural, professional work environment. - Assures quality of care by interpreting and developing Medical Center and nursing division’s standards of care; enforcing adherence to state board of nursing and state nurse practice act requirements and other governing agency regulations; measuring health outcomes against standards; and implementing required adjustments. - Participates in safety, security, and infection control programs. - Maintains staffing by recruiting, interviewing, selecting, and onboarding nurses and ancillary staff. - Conducts bi-annual performance evaluations and corrective action, as indicated. - Maintains oversight of the budget process for their respective nursing departments. - Assists with the development, implementation, and evaluation of the Medical Center’s goals through support of Strategic Planning. - Coordinates new programs and ensures strategies are implemented to enhance patient care delivery. - Collaborates with nursing staff, interdisciplinary teams, executive officers, and other key stakeholders to implement quality improvement strategies and strategic planning initiatives. - Promotes and supports the Dyad Leadership structure through active participation and collaboration in the model, as assigned.
Job ID
2020-118690
Department
Labor And Delivery Services
Facility
CHI St. Alexius Bismarck
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Bismarck
  Market Director - Perioperative Services   Position Summary:   Has accountability for the perioperative services including, but not limited to the oversight of Surgical, Endoscopy, PreOp and PACU service areas. The major responsibilities are in providing leadership and communication, monitoring the work environment, assuring quality, fostering positive relationships with partner and staff physicians, managing the fiscal budget, managing human resources and ensuring the delivery of competent clinical practice.   Position Responsibilities:   Leadership  1. Facilitates staff to assume leadership roles, both formally and informally, via role modeling.  2. Demonstrates positive leadership skills and communication that embrace change, which results in achievement of outcomes.  3. Articulates departmental goals and objectives that lead to active staff participation in clinical decision-making affecting practice.  4. Mentors and guides Perioperative services unit managers and supervisors in their leadership development.  5. Serves as the management representative for perioperative services in fostering physician and patient relationships that creates trust and respect amongst the patients, physicians, and staff    Work Environment  1. Facilitates the achievement of a high quality work environment by addressing the needs of the department.   2. Ensures that appropriate equipment and supplies are available to provide effective and efficient nursing care.   3. Ability to adapt to a fast paced, physician partnered community hospital environment that Requires constant reprioritization of tasks and resources.   Quality  1. Participates in unit, service and divisional CQI/CQE programs, documents results, reports by deadlines, and formulates corrective action plans for improvement.   2. Meets established Standards of Care, quality control targets, and Leads quality improvement projects.   3. Develops a multidisciplinary program to monitor quality patient care indicators.   4. Maintains a consistent score of fair to good on selected customer service survey items related to the perioperative service units. Uses corrective action plans to address deficiencies in customer satisfaction.   5. Works closely with unit managers and supervisors to develop and review perioperative Policies and Procedures.   6. Participates in chart review audits. - Provide and/or supervise nursing services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.      Fiscal Management  1. Maintains fiscal budget within established targets.  2. Controls overtime, orientation costs, SSP costs and medical supply costs.  3. Works closely with the CNO and unit managers and or supervisors to adjust staffing patterns according to unit activity and patient acuity.  4. Reviews fiscal Worksheet with the Leader - , analyzing variances and implementing appropriate action plans.  5. Works closely with unit managers and/or supervisors to develop and manage both operational and capital budgets that prioritize needs based on patient care requirements and budget policies.  6. Identifies hospital cost savings opportunities that are measurable.  7. Identifies new revenue-producing opportunities for the hospital.  8. Directs selection of equipment & supplies for the department that are cost effective and within the contract, taking into account physician preferences.   Human Resources   1. Implements shared leadership with structured recruitment, retention and professional practice.   2. Facilitates professional growth and development of staff utilizing career development plans. Identifies staff career development and training needs. Uses CQI/CQE and staff input for development of educational programs.   3. Demonstrates accountability for human and material resource management with guidelines and standards by monitoring, and correcting variances for productive and non-productive utilization.   4. Complies with personnel policies and procedures, follows guidelines and conducts effective performance interviews. Ensures that employees understand job standards.   5. Oversees orientation of all new employees. Evaluates orientation process effectiveness and employee progress during orientation.   6. Ensures that payroll is accurate and timely.    Clinical and Professional Practice  1. Actively Maintains membership in a professional organization, (i.e. specialty or administration).   2. Maintains clinical exposure through actual intervention, coordination of patient care, role modeling, consulting, problem solving and in-services.   3. Ensures effective delivery of competent, compassionate nursing care based on social, psychological, developmental and spiritual needs of the patients, as demonstrated by patient care outcomes and achieved through established standards of care, and by the patients and families perception of care.   4. Maintains thorough understanding of TJC requirements, including the National Patient Safety goals, pertaining to all aspects of Perioperative Services.   5. Supports and espouses the mission & values.   6. Maintains a safe work environment.   #HelloSurgicalServicesLeader  
Job ID
2020-110950
Department
Surgery
Facility
CHI St. Luke's Health - Memorial - Lukfin
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-LUFKIN
Come and be a part of the surgical services team at CHI St. Elizabeth! We are PROUD to be a 4-time Magnet designation and one of only a handful of hospitals in the nation that operates both a ground and air ambulance service as part of our Level III trauma program. St. Elizabeth has the most advanced robotic surgery available along with being an Accredited Stroke Center. We host 17 operating rooms that include a burn unit, PACU, Pre/Post, Endoscopy and Sterile Processing. Essential Key Job Responsibilities   - Has the authority to interview, hire, orient, terminate, promote, train and conduct performance evaluations. - Assigns day-to-day work activities; directs the functional and technical job performance of team members. - Allocate and direct staffing needs to meet patient, unit, and department needs, and collaborate with others to ensure overall staffing needs are met. - Manage performance including: setting goals, clarifying job expectations, monitoring performance progress, providing feedback, recognize, developing skills and addressing performance issues related to work and our Commitments using corrective action. - Assures appropriate level of understanding, awareness and compliance with all applicable Joint Commission, federal, state and agency laws, regulations, guidelines and professional standards. - Ensures optimal utilization of department resources through participation in planning capital and operational budgets, in development and implementation of systems and practices that achieve defined objectives, in internal and external benchmarking activities and in monitoring, analysis and resolution of budget and productivity variances. - Works collaboratively to develop plans, goals, and implementation strategies in support of CHI Health’s Mission, Vision, and nursing, campus, and system business objectives. Maintains a department scope of care based on patient population and identified needs. - Participates in the development of quality indicators and responds to a full range of financial, service and quality indicators in all areas of responsibility. - Maintains a collegial and cooperative relationship with the other Hospital Operations and Service Line Directors, working as a team to search out and implement efficiencies, economies and best practices. - Provides high quality perioperative services at reasonable costs by directing the programs, policies and procedures for all areas of responsibility. Develops, monitors, and ensures implementation of evidence based clinical standards of nursing practice. - Promotes a culture of customer service focused on patients, families, visitors, physicians, other departments and the community. Establishes and maintains cooperative and collaborative relationships with the CHI Health and Independent Medical Staff. Develops and implements programs and processes to support patient and physician satisfaction. - Works effectively and collaboratively in a diverse and multi-cultural environment. - Promotes staff autonomy and decision making through support of a shared governance structure. Establishes a work environment that facilitates staff accountability and responsibility. Optimizes staff potential and retains qualified, competent and satisfied employees. #hellosurgicalservicesleader surgery, operating room, or, perioperative services, perioperative, surgical services, periop, rn, nurse, staff nurse, registered nurse, charge nurse, supervisor, lead, circulating, scrubbing, operating theater, aorn, cnor, director, manager, leader 
Job ID
2020-110032
Department
Surgery
Facility
CHI Health St. Elizabeth
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-LINCOLN
The CommonSpirit Health Digital and Human Experiences team is looking for an innovative and experienced Director for Digital Portfolio Management who has proven experience in managing reporting, metric measurements, and outcomes for multiple technical projects at a time. This position is responsible for measuring and communicating effectiveness of of CommonSpirit Health’s strategic digital initiatives and steering portfolio of digital solutions to meet business objectives. The position also requires a strong understanding of technical concepts related to delivering consumer-focused web and mobile products and services. Extensive experience with financial forecasting, project management, portfolio management, and product management is also necessary for this position. This position will partner with key leadership throughout the organization to provide and share vision, and guide and direct development and integration efforts for our portfolio of consumer-facing and care-provider digital products.  The portfolio spans the holistic digital journey of our patients, healthcare providers, and administrative consumers.  This position will measure, report, and continuously assess digital platforms and solutions to ensure success of  CommonSpirit Health’s strategic goals.   A successful candidate will have: multi-disciplinary background spanning technology, finance, and operations; experience in business analysis and digital portfolio alignment with business needs; software development and user experience expertise in the digital consumer-facing space; thought leadership; strong business acumen and judgement; ability to define and deliver visionary products; measure value; data-driven decision making; ability to form strong partnerships with internal stakeholders; success in vendor and cross-functional team management; and the ability to work within a fast-moving environment in a very large organization. If you have initiative and can demonstrate it; are inspiring, comfortable with rolling up your sleeves and getting your hands dirty, naturally curious and focused on solutions, confident in expressing your point of view from a position of knowledge and experience while being receptive to feedback; open to revising plans when appropriate; and most importantly, "result driven" – you are the right person to apply.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Be a fluent communicator and people leader, make decisions and own them, build and professionally grow your team of Program Managers and other reports to drive outcomes through efficient operations, goal setting and measurement. - Guide and engage multi-disciplinary product and workstream teams in building and delivering digital solutions to meet shared vision and key healthcare, patient, and provider metrics. - Evolve digital platform portfolio and metrics to align with business objectives captured through close partnership with senior leadership, key stakeholders, and peers across the organization. - Effectively establish and manage vendor partner relationships and contracts, including managing scope to align with business objectives. - Work effectively and swiftly with legal, compliance, contract management, vendor management, privacy and other regulatory functions within the organization. - Balance the health, scalability, and integration of platform and back-end systems with value delivery; this requires a deep understanding of both technology and product design. - Establish and maintain a culture of continued learning and improvement while providing an environment conducive to autonomy and harmony. - Continually improve the agility of the team while also adopting industry trends for innovation.
Job ID
2020-143371
Department
Information Technology
Facility
CHI National Offices
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CO-ENGLEWOOD
Expectations: As the Director of OB, you will have proven skills beyond the respected nursing practice. You are a confident leader with the ability to drive optimizations with a diplomatic approach. You also enjoy serving as a mentor to others with a hands-on approach to learning and engagement. You are an advocate for our smallest patients and genuinely care about the development of the healthcare teams caring for them.     Leadership: Obstetrics (OB) and Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU) Nursing - Serve as a connection point between healthcare professionals, patients and resources - Establish, implement, and track departmental goals with relevant and realistic benchmarks - Monitor quality care provided by RNs and other healthcare team members - Allow positive outcomes and data to drive clinical strategy - Serve as mentor to clinical staff by providing coaching to promote career growth and enhanced nursing skills - Establish a positive environment for patients and caregiver Operations - Responsible Fiscal Budgeting and Tracking - Process Improvement - Strategic Initiatives - Timely Reporting - Hiring and Staffing
Job ID
2020-119176
Department
Obstetrics/Gynecology
Facility
CHI Saint Joseph London
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
KY-LONDON
Job Summary   Responsibility for the operation of (Identify specific Department(s) or Service Line). Plans, coordinates, organizes and directs activities of the department(s). Develops strategic planning for Mercy Service lLine including areas of treatment, prevention, early detection, public and professional education. This position will be responsible to provide experienced, dynamic leadership, strategic direction and vision together with the Service Line Physician Medical Director.   Key Responsibilities - Prepares, monitors, adjusts budget and staff as appropriate. Creatively seeks new ideas to stay within budget guidelines and further reduce costs while constantly improving quality of health care delivery. - Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of management/supervisory responsibilities as identified in the corporate compliance plan. - Trains and monitors staff to ensure that protocols in specific areas comply with federal/state regulatory agencies as applicable. - Develops, implements and monitors Service Line objectives, policies, procedures, standards, and educational programs in conjunction with the mission and philosophy of Mercy. - Develops and maintains performance improvement programs to assure regulatory compliance. - Anticipates and identifies the needs of the Service Line and creatively implements solutions to problems. - Ensures impact of constant change is positive in nature to employees, patients, physicians and hospital department. Promotes philosophy of customer satisfaction and patient empowerment with all team members. - Promotes personal growth/development and understanding amongst all staff members. - Coordinates the implementation, administration, and monitoring of risk management programs. Reports concerns and questions to Risk Management. - Works as team player across care continuum. - Directs, motivates and evaluates activities of Service Line employees, ensuring that goals and expectations are met. - Responsible for personnel activities that includes interviewing, hiring, evaluating, counseling and terminating. - Develop marketing plans in conjunction with marketing staff for Service Line. Works collaboratively with Public Relations and Marketing on community events. Serves as professional representative on selected hospital and community committees. - Involvement in local and national healthcare organizations. - Actively collaborates with the Service Line Physician leader in their work. - Assists in a variety of clinic specific functions to facilitate effective and efficient flow of services; i.e., reception, accounting, lab, nursing.
Job ID
2020-132177
Department
Administration
Facility
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
1. Under the direction of the Vice President Patient Care, the incumbent will ensure provision of high quality patient care to a specified patient population that meets the standards of local, state, and national regulatory bodies and professional organizations. 2. Develops leadership within the hospital which supports and maintains excellence in the standards of research based nursing practice. 3. Develops, integrates, and implements goals of the hospital and nursing into their service line(s). 4. Leads quality programs and works to develop action places for continuous improvement. 5. Develops, reviews, and maintains fiscal budget within established targets. Monitors overtime, labor costs, medical supply expenses, and works with purchasing partner to obtain strong supply contract pricing. 6. Assures staffing patterns are flexed and according to unit activity and patient acuity. 7. Develop and manage the annual capital budget, establishing equipment priorities based on patient unit needs, physician recruitment activities, and revenue potential. 8. Develops a climate within which professional nursing can thrive and grow. 9. Develops a program of nursing that ensures recruitment of the highest caliber of nurses and the most effective retention of nurses within the service. 10. Collaborates with other members of the management team, physicians, and other departments to facilitate the delivery of patient care.
Job ID
2020-129034
Department
Medical ICU
Facility
CHI Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
1. Provide coaching to local improvement leaders, physicians and staff in the application of standardized methodologies in Lean and other improvement methodologies. 2. Management of the hospital based repository for knowledge, learning, and best practices (i.e. clearinghouse of institutional knowledge) in support of the CHI Texas Division improvement approach, including: a. Teaching to the DMAIC structure of Lean Six Sigma, b. Teaching the core tools of lean as learned through the KATA and TWI rollout, c. Timely use of Kaizen/Rapid Improvement and Work Out methodologies to help fast track improvements when necessary. d. Use of Change Acceleration Process (CAP) tools to assure staff are prepared for change. e. Sharing of playbooks, best practices, lessons learned, and case studies built within the divisional Performance Excellence Team. 3. Provide guidance to hospital leaders by facilitating the identification of improvement opportunities, setting priorities, communicating the annual “True North” initiatives, and assuring all departments perform and track improvement work to impact the organization’s priority goals. 4. Facilitate and co-manage the Alignment Steering Committee for the hospital, made up of local executive, middle management and front line staff to address and drive performance improvement projects. 5. Lead hi-leverage process improvement projects within the context of the organization’s improvement plan as recognized by both locally identified initiatives and divisional priorities. 6. Review and analyze detailed labor, labor productivity and other operational performance data on a regular basis to identify areas of needed improvement and prioritizing those areas for assistance. 7. Develop and implement tools that can be used by hospital leaders to improve processes and monitor results. 8. Facilitate the development of action plans and implementation schedules for performance improvement initiatives and recommendations. Assist with the implementation of plans and recommendations when appropriate. 9. Other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2020-139645
Department
Performance Excellence
Facility
CHI Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
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. ~LI-DH
Job ID
2020-128492
Department
Information Technology
Facility
CommonSpirit Health National Offices
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
-Remote Opportunity
Job Summary   The CommonSpirit Health Digital and Human Experiences team is looking for an innovative and experienced Director for Digital Solution Delivery who has proven outcomes in conceptualizing and delivering consumer-focused web and native mobile products and services to provide an intensely positive and personalized integrated experience for our consumers and patients while streamlining operational, clinical and administrative workflows.  This position is responsible for innovating, prioritizing and delivering some of CommonSpirit Health’s most strategic initiatives. This person will partner with key leadership throughout the organization to provide vision, guidance and direction for development and integration efforts for our portfolio of consumer facing digital products.  The portfolio spans the holistic journey of our consumers and patients while considering the needs and usability of our staff and clinical teams.  This portfolio of work continues to grow and this role will be critical for successful delivery of value to CommonSpirit Health.   A successful candidate will bring: deep software development and user experience expertise in the digital consumer-facing space; thought leadership; strong business acumen and judgement; ability to define and deliver visionary, ground breaking products; measured value; data-driven decision making; ability to form strong partnerships with internal stakeholders; success in vendor and cross-functional team management; the ability to work within a fast-moving environment in a large company. If you are smart and can demonstrate it, inspiring, comfortable with rolling up your sleeves and getting your hands dirty, naturally curious and focused on solutions, confident in expressing your point of view from a position of knowledge and experience while being receptive to feedback, open to revising plans when appropriate and importantly, "result driven" – you are the right person to apply.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities   - Be both a product and people leader, make decisions and own them, build and professionally grow your team of Product Managers, Product Owners and Business Analysts to drive outcomes through efficient operations, goal setting and measurement. - Lead matrixed cross-functional and multi-disciplinary teams in building and delivering quality valuable digital solutions through product vision, agile methodologies and principles, measurement and data-driven decisions. - Create and deliver upon digital imperatives which are aligned with business objectives and adopted by the organization through close partnership with senior leadership, key stakeholders and peers across the organization while delighting the patients and staff. - Deliver outcomes for the organization through close partnership with the Director of Digital Solution Software Design and Engineering and other peers to ensure agile teams consist of appropriate and effective engineering, quality and solution design skillsets. - Effectively establish and manage vendor partner relationships and contracts, including removal of delivery barriers for the teams. - Work effectively and swiftly with legal, compliance, contract management, vendor management, privacy and other regulatory functions within the organization. - Balance the health of platform and back-end systems with value delivery; this requires a deep understanding of both technology and product design. - Establish and maintain a culture of continued learning and improvement while providing an environment conducive to autonomy and harmony. - Continually improve the agility of the team while also adopting industry trends for innovation. ~LI-DH
Job ID
2020-130930
Department
Information Technology
Facility
CommonSpirit Health National Offices
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
-Remote Opportunity
Pay Scale: For salary information please contact Human Resources at 541-677-2475   Shift: Full Time, 8am - 5pm   Job Summary:   Responsible for planning, directing, organizing, and controlling the financial and operational activities of all of the diagnostic procedures and services in Radiology, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, Computerized Tomography, M. R. I., Noninvasive Vascular Lab, and Outpatient Imaging Center; accounts for the organizational duties, facilities, and equipment requirements.   Essential Functions: - Serves as a liaison with Radiologists, Medical Staff and employees, with other departments and Administration, to ensure cooperation, quality and efficiency of services. - Responsible for the development, implementation and review of the technical and departmental policies and procedures in the areas of service. - Oversees daily coordination of staff and assures that all functions are operating in accordance with JCAHO guidelines. - Prepares and reviews all operating and capital expense budgets. - Reviews financial statements; reviews and reports on operations to ensure appropriate use of funds and resources. - Evaluates and provides input on charge rates for areas of responsibility. - Oversees the development of Quality Control and Improvement programs that ensure the care and safety of patients and staff, and also monitors the appropriateness and quality of care given. - Responsible for overseeing the interviewing and selection of new employees, and for evaluation and development of performance standards for staff. - Plans and coordinates the orientation, on-going training, and continuing education of staff. - Provides an environment in which special needs of patients are taken into consideration regardless of their age or their cultural or ethnic background. - Implements standards for productivity measurement; reviews trends and implements action for improvement as necessary. - Provides support and direction for the planning efforts in areas of responsibility. - Substantially comply with JCAHO Standards - Evaluates recommendations for equipment, new or existing services, staffing, and space needs. - Attends VP Division meetings, management meetings, or in-services; ensures ongoing participation and communication with staff at monthly department meetings. - Performs additional duties as required; may be required to perform diagnostic exams in periods of low census if so qualified.
Job ID
2020-139496
Department
Radiology
Facility
CHI Mercy Health of Roseburg
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
OR-ROSEBURG
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