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GENERAL SUMMARY: Responsible for assessing the nutritional status and providing individualized nutrition care plans and education from the analysis of the medical record and patient interview information for each hospitalized patient utilizing specialized knowledge and skills.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Responsible for assessing the nutritional status and providing individualized nutrition care plans from the analysis of the electronic medical record and patient interview information for each designated hospitalized patient utilizing specialized knowledge and skills including the provision of discharge planning. - Educates and counsels patients of all ages including infant, child, adolescent, adult, geriatric and significant other on modification of diet required for continued recovery as assigned. - Documents findings, actions and summary of assessments, follow up and diet instruction comprehension in the electronic medical records. - Reviews and modifies the patient room service meal selections as needed; updates diet office computer system for acuity levels and nutritional care activities. - Participates in department meetings and Dietary staff small group meetings to inform and respond to concerns. Meets regularly Director, Chief Clinical Dietitian. - Communicates with the Dietitians, Diet Techs, Communications Operators, supervisors, nurses and other healthcare team members. - Takes phone inquiries regarding nutrition-related questions/problems from in and outside the hospital. - May conduct formal classroom instructions in nutrition and diet therapy. - Upon referral, provides individual outpatient diet instruction for all age levels and provides feedback to physicians as needed.
Job ID
2021-180006
Department
Food Service
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
IA-DES MOINES
Job ID
2021-171656
Department
Bariatric Marketing
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
IA-WEST DES MOINES
Job Summary:   Setting the standard for a personalized and radically convenient health services, MercyOne is more than 20,000 team members strong. Our clinics, medical centers and affiliates improve the lives of individuals and communities across the state of Iowa and beyond.   The Digital Health Specialist will advance the development and implementation of MercyOne’s digital health products and solutions to connect directly with consumers and drive forward the future digital experience of both patients and providers at MercyOne. Using his or her business, creative, and technical abilities, this role will be crucial in the success of complex and business-critical digital health initiatives and services. The ideal candidate for this role will be motivated to impact MercyOne’s clinical success, patient satisfaction, and colleague engagement through the development of the next generation of digital tools. He or she will also enjoy engaging and guiding others and have knowledge of business strategy, program and product management.   Essential Position Expectations: - Embodies the MercyOne Mission, Vision, and Cultural Beliefs through their professional work. - Drives successful implementations of the digital health strategy and lead efforts to embed innovation into care delivery, including the management and operations of MercyOne’s provider-to-patient matching and psychographics programs. - Develops and implements new digital patient acquisition workflows for customization and design of content - Consults with social media, website, and marketing colleagues for digital advertising based upon consumer segmentation - Working with the digital team to embed patient actions into existing platforms, such as patient information, appointment scheduling, real time patient communications, and telehealth.  - Assists with the strategy and dissemination of patient communication content through CRM - Manages and support active and future projects aimed at advancing MercyOne’s key strategies. - Addresses and resolves digital concerns including user experience, business requirements, technical implementation, customization, third-party integration and metrics/analysis through exceptional communication and relationship development skills - Acts as a key liaison between MercyOne executives and member organizations (such as IT, Compliance, Legal, Marketing, and Finance as appropriate) and frontline operations staff. - Appropriately represents MercyOne with business and community partners as well as in the general public domain. - Displays an eagerness to learn about novel digital health products and ideas from industry experts. - Synthesizes consumer, market, and industry insights. Knowledge & Skills: - Experience implementing digital health tools, and an understanding of the digital health product landscape including expectations and preferences for upcoming digital innovations. - Current knowledge of federal and state legislative impacts on digital health care delivery and reimbursement is preferred. - An understanding of process improvement and change management fundamentals. - Experience with leading multi-disciplined teams in long-term projects is preferred. - Excellent written and verbal communication skills and must be adept at communicating with colleagues at all levels of organizations. - Requires fluency in written and spoken English. #LI-CHI #missioncritical
Job ID
2021-181021
Department
Digital Strategy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-CLIVE
Expectations: - Maintain a safe living environment that adheres to all codes and regulations - Offer counseling and crisis intervention - Support learning around financial management, housekeeping, cooking, personal hygiene, and other life skills - Accompany individuals to social outings, doctor’s appoints and other activities
Job ID
2021-179057
Department
Home Health
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Friendship
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
ND-FARGO
Expectations: - Maintain a safe living environment that adheres to all codes and regulations - Offer counseling and crisis intervention - Support learning around financial management, housekeeping, cooking, personal hygiene, and other life skills - Accompany individuals to social outings, doctor’s appoints and other activities
Job ID
2021-178533
Department
Home Health
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Friendship
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-FARGO
Expectations: - Maintain a safe living environment that adheres to all codes and regulations - Offer counseling and crisis intervention - Support learning around financial management, housekeeping, cooking, personal hygiene, and other life skills - Accompany individuals to social outings, doctor’s appoints and other activities
Job ID
2021-178527
Department
Home Health
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Friendship
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-FARGO
Expectations: - Maintain a safe living environment that adheres to all codes and regulations - Offer counseling and crisis intervention - Support learning around financial management, housekeeping, cooking, personal hygiene, and other life skills - Accompany individuals to social outings, doctor’s appoints and other activities
Job ID
2021-174431
Department
Home Health
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Friendship
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
ND-GRAFTON
Expectations: - Maintain a safe living environment that adheres to all codes and regulations - Offer counseling and crisis intervention - Support learning around financial management, housekeeping, cooking, personal hygiene, and other life skills - Accompany individuals to social outings, doctor’s appoints and other activities
Job ID
2021-164035
Department
Home Health
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Friendship
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-GRAFTON
JOB SUMMARY / PURPOSE The Director, as a member of the division/market leadership team, promotes the highest standards of Corporate Responsibility. They are the resource and triage person for all compliance matters. They are responsible for overseeing, coordinating, monitoring and implementing the CRP for their assigned facilities. They will work collaboratively with other market and division leaders, and will assist in: identifying, implementing, monitoring and mitigating risk within the organization. ESSENTIAL KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES - Serves as the compliance expert for acute care. Monitors, disseminates and provides consultation regarding federally issued guidance, pertinent new laws and regulations and/or revisions to current laws and regulations as they pertain to division compliance. Examples of these include, but are not limited to, the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, HIPAA, Physician Self-referral law and the Affordable Care Act. Such guidance, laws and regulations may come from many agencies including but not limited to: The Office of the Inspector General (OIG), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS), Department of Justice (DOJ), Internal Revenue Service (IRS), state regulatory agencies, etc. - Works closely with CommonSpirit Health legal services group and other applicable functional areas to ensure proper interpretation, dissemination and education regarding laws and regulations affecting physician business relationships. - Establishes a compliance program that supports the corporate CRP model consistently. This includes overseeing and providing status reports to leadership on; audits, standard reports, training, investigation of hotline reports through resolution including action planning and other risk mitigation efforts and board reporting if assigned. - Analyzes reports, data, trends and governmental enforcement efforts to keep management and governance informed of the current regulatory environment and the potential impact to CommonSpirit Health. Works with the SVP Division Corporate Responsibility and functional leadership to develop and assess clinical, billing and outlier risks through analysis of billing and quality data. - May supervise facility compliance staff and be responsible for hiring, performance evaluations, coaching and development.
Job ID
2021-167340
Department
Corporate Compliance
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CommonSpirit Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-Tacoma
  - 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. - Maintains a positive culture of engagement. Works with manager/supervisor to provide a positive work environment for all staff members.  - Develops and manages capital and operational budgets in support of all CHI Health strategic goals. Manages productivity of department, utilizes analytics provided to manage resources, control labor costs and meet the system financial goals. - Oversees development and maintenance of quality control programs, ensuring department functions in accordance with all CHI Health standards, government and accrediting agency regulations. Safeguards the welfare of patients, personal and equipment. Works with Clinical Engineering to ensure that maintenance of department equipment including preventive maintenance is completed and is within safe operating standards. Monitors trends for potential hazards. Monitors RASMAS for any notifications of equipment or supply failures. - Ensures all staff are educated and compliant with all National Patient Safety Goals as they apply to patient care including; use of at least two patient identifiers, labeling of all medications including those in syringes, proper hand washing, ensuring that the correct patient receives the correct procedure and all other goals established by the Joint Commission and CMS as they are updated. Participates in risk management activities including changes within all accrediting bodies and state regulations. - Monitors incident reports and does follow up on any patient injuries or concerns, equipment or supply failures or malfunctions, medication reaction or errors, and visitor or personal injury or exposure - Is responsible for all department quality improvement projects within department, the ACR accreditation process, Radiation Safety, ALARA, MQSA, and State Regulations as they apply to staffs license or certifications. Supports all campus and system quality measures. Is responsible to meet all requirements of CMS and Joint Commission as they apply to imaging services. Confirms that all staff recognizes safety standards required by MR and Radiation including; “Image Gently” and Imaging Wisely”. - Develops and/or participates in activities that promote and advance community health.  
Job ID
2021-174963
Department
Radiology
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Alexius Bismarck
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Bismarck
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES: - Develops, implements, and evaluates department objectives that address objectives and clinical practice and are consistent with the Mission and Vision and strategic priorities of CHI Health. Annually reviews and revises the department scope of care based on changes in patient populations and identified needs. Participates in achieving nursing division goals and supports shared governance structure. - Participates in intra- and inter-disciplinary process and performance quality improvement activities. Effectively utilizes statistical tools and methods to communicate and measure results.  Has ongoing direct contact with consumers to determine specific needs. - Defines and evaluates care requirements of professional and assistive personnel consistent with care delivery system and patient populations. Recommends changes in skill mix and staffing levels utilizing acuity and productivity information. - Implements and monitors clinical standards of nursing practice. Takes actions as appropriate to facilitate the provision of safe and therapeutically effective nursing care. - Establishes a work environment that facilitates staff accountability and responsibility. Works to optimize staff potential and retains qualified, competent, and satisfied employees.  Maintains an acceptable turnover rate by reducing manageable staff losses and actively participating in the recruitment of qualified staff. - Provides ongoing direction and guidance for department personnel, including employment/discharge, performance assessment, competency assessment and validation, orientation and training, counseling and appraisal, and role development. - Is accountable and responsible for scheduling and maintaining appropriate staffing levels using approved labor hour standards that flex with changing volumes and acuities and that are consistent with the patient population and skill mix of employees. - Ensures optimal utilization of department resources through participation in planning and budgeting processes, 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. - Develops and manages capital and operational budgets in support of strategic plans and goals. Determines and prioritizes facility and equipment needs.  Participates in the selection of sources for needed services not provided by the organization. - Develops and/or utilizes effective communication systems and methods that promote sharing, partnerships, integration, and collaboration within department and internal/external customers of CHI Health. - Establishes and maintains cooperative and collaborative relationships with the CHI Health Medical Staff. - Maintains collegial and cooperative relationships with other Operations Directors, Operations Leaders and Service Line Vice Presidents, working as a team to search out and implement efficiencies, economies, and best practices. - Demonstrates responsibility for maintaining and updating knowledge/skills in the fields of nursing and health care management. Participates in appropriate professional organizations and develops a professional network. - Assures appropriate level of understanding, awareness and compliance with all applicable JCAHO, federal, state and agency laws, regulations, guidelines and professional standards. - Assumes responsibility for such duties and projects as may be assigned by the Operations Leader/Service Line Vice President or other executive team members. - Participates in all safety, security and infection control programs that are mandatory as well as those required and provided by the department. - Demonstrates work practices consistent with CHI Health and department-specific safety, security and infection control policies. - Acknowledges the value of multicultural traditions and demonstrates this when caring for clients. - Appropriately delegates nursing procedures which do not require the skill/knowledge or judgement of a licensed professional and which may be safely delegated in accordance with nursing policies and procedures. Supervises the provision of care by non-licensed personnel as necessary. #ER #Director #Nurse #RN
Job ID
2021-157280
Department
Emergency Services
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Good Samaritan
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-KEARNEY
JOB SUMMARY / PURPOSE Assist in the top management of CommonSpirit Health’s information technology resources and oversee assigned major lines of information technology processes, programs, or activities forming information technology business units as assigned by the Chief Information Officer. In this role, they apply advanced management principles with critical impact on technology and the organization. Incumbents exercise strategic and visionary thinking having long-term organization-wide application and impact; develop and implement programs critical to CommonSpirit Health; and exercise control and supervision of multiple assigned functions and significant resources that comprises and IT service line critical to the organization and its customers.   ESSENTIAL KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES   Functional Area Responsibilities include but are not limited to: • ServiceNow Platform • Quality Assurance Competency Center (QACC) • Assisting with the management HCL outsource agreement   Incumbents oversee day-to-day operational management of all activities and functions in the respective assigned function(s)/unit(s)/program(s) including developing, implementing and evaluating policies, procedures and standards; determining service levels and enhancements; developing and monitoring budgets; providing technical advice and/or oversight to staff or other departments related to area of assignment; evaluating information concerning needs; estimating and coordinating program/unit activities and associated cost; and tactical project execution activities.   Incumbents supervise staff including conducting performance evaluations, coordinating training; and implementing hiring, discipline and termination procedures.   Positions will usually have responsibility for program/project outcomes across multiple functions and/or processes as assigned.   Responsibility may cross multiple functional units within the organization.   #li-dh  
Job ID
2021-178471
Department
Information Technology
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CSH IT Service
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AZ-Phoenix
This grant-funded position reports to the Catholic Health Initiatives Midwest Division Senior Vice President, Mission Integration.  Funding may be renewed beyond the current grant cycle, however, there should be no expectation of indefinite employment. The Director is responsible for meeting the goals and objectives of the violence prevention work of Catholic Health Initiatives in North Dakota, in full accord with the provisions of the Mission and Ministry FundViolence PreventionImplementation grants.  The Director provides principal leadership in the development, implementation and evaluation of services and educational programs with the purpose of preventing intimate partner violence.  The Director collaborates with Violence Prevention Coordinators, community coalitions, healthcare professionals, consultants, contractors, and many others to create public awareness and meet grant goals for the benefit of CHI communities.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Develops, implements and evaluates programs to address all aspects of the violence prevention work of Catholic Health Initiatives in North Dakota, in full accord with the provisions of the Mission and Ministry Fund Violence Prevention Implementation grants. - Maintains collaborative relationships with community partners and organizations in North Dakota that support our violence awareness and prevention work. - Supervises half-time assistant. Ensures the accuracy and timely completion of administrative tasks, such as tracking expenditures, producing reports, adhering to budgets, etc. - Advocates on behalf of violence prevention in an effective, compelling manner in a variety of settings. - Travels to multiple sites within North Dakota to meet with violence prevention coalitions and coordinate programs. Some evening work and overnight trips are required. - Writes grant proposals to ensure sustainability of violence prevention work in North Dakota. - Other duties as assigned. #missioncritical #CHI-LI
Job ID
2021-175475
Department
Community Development
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Alexius Bismarck
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Bismarck
- Develop market and service line analysis of inpatient and outpatient volume trends using internal and division market level data including patient origin, physician connectivity and patient flow analytics comparing St. Luke’s facilities with market competitors. - Develop in collaboration with division strategic planning and hospital management business plans to expand, modify or add service offerings. - Assists division strategy team and hospital market leadership in the development of long range strategic planning, annual strategic plans, service line planning, volume trends and other analysis that supports market level reporting such as monthly BPR reports. - Foster community partnerships to create a network of services and resources to support the Community Partnerships in Health Initiatives. - Develop, plan, and execute preventive health services offered through the health fair program, including coordination of clinical staffing and physician participation. - Research and develop opportunities to utilize the executives and managers as community resources. - Support St. Luke’s division and hospital market medical staff office in managing data collection to expedite credentialing of associate applicants for appointment. - Support and coordinate with division physician liaison resources on the monitoring of programs with network and targeted physicians, to promote the Hospital, enhance physician and office staff relationships, and to increase referrals and utilization of the Hospital. - Develop and enhance relationships with the medical staff and their office staff through contacts, needs assessments, distribution of information, problem identification and resolution. - Act as a liaison for the medical staff. Present operations manual and educate physicians on managed care contracts and strategic program plans. - Identify, assess and report opportunities for system expansion with key medical staff and coordinate networking meetings as needed.
Job ID
2021-162739
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Health - The Woodlands Campus
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-THE WOODLANDS
- Quality – completes work with accuracy and thoroughness. - Productivity – efficiently utilizes time in accomplishing work. - Customer Focus – lives organizational and departmental service standards. - Reliability – completes tasks assigned; follows up as needed. - Availability – meets attendance standards; is punctual; works when needed. - Decision Making – displays sound judgement; works with minimal supervision. - Initiative – seeks out productive duties in absence of guidance; is a self-starter. - Adheres to Policy – follows CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial rules, policies, procedures and guidelines. - Interpersonal Relationships – cooperates, communicates and works well with others. - Professionalism – represents CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial positively in actions and appearance. - 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. - Advocates for clinicians and patients in the design, build, testing, implementation, evaluation, stabilization, optimization, and upgrading of clinical information systems. - Leads content review and approval process through committee meetings throughout the enterprise system. - Collaborates in the development of end-user requirements and effectively communicating findings. - Identifies, develops, and utilizes forums to solicit input and bring end-users to consensus. - Validates appropriate content, design of screens and forms, and workflow with end-users; communicating findings. - Supports best practices that promote the adoption of clinical information systems into clinical practice. - Ensures in the development and maintenance of policies and procedures related to clinical practice supported by clinical information systems. - Collaborates with key leaders to develop, measure and analyze metrics for efficiency and quality. - Collaborates with management to provide appropriate and ongoing communication to key stakeholders and end users regarding clinical information systems. - Collaborates in the content review and approval process. - Collaborates with leads to develop meeting agendas along with coordinating content and disseminating minutes. - 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. - Provides and collaborates the direction regarding integration of clinician adoption principles and strategies. - Identifies and analyzes issues and develops recommendations. - Facilitates escalation of issues as needed. - Follows up with the customer to assure satisfactory resolution of issues. - Translates end-user needs into system optimization based on sound informatics principles; translates IT needs and outcomes to clinicians. - Researches and analyzes new or emerging clinical information systems and processes - Mentors staff in succession planning to lead in the planning and strategic development of clinical information systems. - Delegate tasks to staff surrounding the coordination of all phases of the optimal design development, evaluation, and support of clinical technology solutions. - Ensures patient safety in the use of clinical information systems. - Ensures patient-centered care in accordance with CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial policies and standards. - Evaluates quality and effectiveness of by involvement/participation in quality of care activities to initiate, implement and sustain process improvements. - Maintains current knowledge and acts as a role model/resource, and oversees care to patients. - Establishes/maintains effective and respectful communication in all collaborative relationships. - Identifies opportunities for strategic development within service lines. - Leads, coaches, develops and recognizes staff to maximize performance and professional growth. - Completes annual performance appraisals. - Accountable for assessment and evaluation of staffing patterns for the appropriate utilization of staff. - Oversees development and implementation of service line goals/objectives. - Identifies and supports opportunities for strategic development within or outside of service lines. - Ensures service line commitment to life safety, quality and risk management policies, procedures and standards of regulatory agencies. - Accountable for maintaining required credentials and ensuring same of staff. - Consistently operates service lines within fiscal guidelines. - Represents CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial in physician, community relations and vendors in a professional/accountable manner.
Job ID
2021-177821
Department
Clinical Informatics
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Health - Memorial - Lufkin
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-LUFKIN
- 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. - Develops leadership within the hospital which supports and maintains excellence in the standards of research based nursing practice. - Develops, integrates, and implements goals of the hospital and nursing into their service line(s). - Leads quality programs and works to develop action places for continuous improvement. - 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. - Assures staffing patterns are flexed and according to unit activity and patient acuity. - Develop and manage the annual capital budget, establishing equipment priorities based on patient unit needs, physician recruitment activities, and revenue potential. - Develops a climate within which professional nursing can thrive and grow. - Develops a program of nursing that ensures recruitment of the highest caliber of nurses and the most effective retention of nurses within the service. - Collaborates with other members of the management team, physicians, and other departments to facilitate the delivery of patient care.
Job ID
2021-153410
Department
Medical / Surgical ICU
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Sugar Land Hospital
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-SUGAR LAND
CHI Memorial Foundation Development Director/Campaign Director Job SummaryThis newly created position will work under the direction of the Foundation President to successfully plan and implement capital campaigns supporting the execution of CHI Memorial’s strategic plan and fundraising priorities. The CHI Memorial Foundation Development Director will develop and execute capital campaigns working closely with other members of the Foundation team, impacted clinical teams and communications/marketing team; work with the Board of Directors and the Capital Campaign Leadership Council to cultivate, solicit and steward campaign and leadership donors; and track progress towards goals. The ideal candidate is driven, organized, flexible, and has experience with major gifts fundraising and running a capital campaign from start to finish. The long-term vision for this role is to lead the capital campaign efforts for up to three years and transition to a leadership role on the development team with a focus on individual fundraising.  The position would require some time at CHI Memorial’s Georgia campuses in Ft. Oglethorpe and Ringgold.   Job Responsibilities - - Establish campaign solicitation priorities, manage prospect lists, prospect research, and prospect tracking. - Develop and execute cultivation plans, strategies including meeting requests, and metrics to monitor project success in collaboration with the development team and senior leadership. - Collaborate with Communications Department to provide campaign collateral and communications, specifically materials for solicitation including print, web and social media platforms. - Identify members, lead, and provide support to volunteers on the Capital Campaign Leadership Council. - Work collaboratively across all development teams (individuals, foundations, special events) to cultivate identified individuals and institutional prospects in order to complete solicitations and/or prepare and submit grant proposals with the Grants Manager. - Devise and direct cultivation and recognition events ensuring donor acknowledgement and naming opportunities, stewardship and, as appropriate, public recognition. - Work with the Foundation Executive Assistant to manage all campaign gift correspondence in the database, including timely acknowledgments, pledge payment reminders, pledge agreements, and preparing and submitting reports to donors and those required by granting foundations and institutions. - Manage Capital Campaign budget tracking and reporting both expenditure and contributed revenue. - Maintain the campaign calendar, ensuring that it is coordinated with existing program and development calendars. - Prepare presentations for the leadership team and Board of Directors evaluating progress toward goals. - Over time, build and manage a portfolio of donors and prospects with the capacity, interest, and inclination to make gifts of $10,000 or more. - Works with entire Foundation team to develop vision for long range plan that fits CHI Memorial’s core strategies. - Explores and participates in networking opportunities to increase the presence of the CHI Memorial Foundation in the community. - Encourages and maintains a standard of warmth, friendliness and prompt attention to all volunteers, donors and others. - Maintains strict standard of confidentiality. - Maintains general knowledge of all hospital activities and programs. - Share responsibilities for donor management system – Raiser’s Edge Blackbaud. - Share responsibilities for budget development and management within areas of focus. - Other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2021-177954
Department
Philanthropy / Foundation
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Memorial Chattanooga
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TN-CHATTANOOGA
Job Summary / Purpose The Director of Emergency Services is accountable for all aspects of emergency services at CHI Saint Joseph Health facilities including the Level 1 Trauma Center, patient care quality, program development, strategic planning, performance improvement, operational excellence, facility improvements, patient experience, physician and employee engagement and access. The position requires a strong knowledge base, the ability to develop trusting relationships with all stakeholders, fiscal and human resource management skills, results orientation, and stellar communication skills.  Leads change to achieve top results in patient care outcomes, satisfaction, employee engagement, physician satisfaction and growth.  Responsible for standards of practice, resource management, program and practice development, fiscal management and 24 hour accountability. Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Develops and delivers superior patient care services in two large downtown emergency departments. - Builds a strong team devoted to the vision of the highest quality and most efficient care. Mentors management team members to fully effective leadership. Delegates to team members effectively. - Collaborates with the Department Chairs, Medical Directors, Nursing leaders and other health professional colleagues to evaluate current programs and to plan and implement new and enhanced programs as needed. - Improves patient safety as measured by improved outcomes on clinical/ safety metrics. - Achieves top quartile patient satisfaction through the design and development of creative care delivery models and effective patient relationship building. - Directs planning, organizing, standard setting, and evaluation of outcomes pertaining to the Emergency Department’s overall quality/performance improvement program. Monitors and evaluates those aspects that relate to service line and effectiveness. - Leads strategic planning related to emergency service line development to increase market share and competitive market strength. Evaluates and recommends modifications of service line programs to the executive team. Implements new patient care programs effectively. - Leads and participates in performance improvement activities; patient safety activities; assures Joint Commission accreditation and other internal and external regulatory standards are maintained. Assures the monitoring and evaluation, with medical staff and employee input, of the quality and appropriateness of patient services provided by the service line through Emergency Services. - Develops, implements, and monitors the capital and operational budgets in the Emergency Department, promoting optimum allocation and utilization of resources to accomplish defined goals. Supervises expenditures through analysis of reports and management development. Balances quality and cost in making decisions on how resources are utilized. Participates in securing and administering operational and program contracts, cooperative agreements, and grants for Emergency Services. - Oversees education, supervision and evaluation of staff including nursing, technicians, billing and documentation specialists, and nurse practitioners. - Responsible and accountable for recruitment and retention plans. Sets standards for selection of new employees, and evaluation of all employees. Demonstrates improvements in employee engagement. - Establishes performance standards, performance monitoring, training, and innovation for Emergency Services including patient access, referral management, charge capture, and documentation and leveling. - Integrates teams where possible to ensure comparable standards and increased efficiencies. - Ensures effective scheduling and staffing guidelines to meet demand. Supervises managerial staff. Enhances staff responsibility and accountability for assessing patient care needs, adapting assignments related to delivery of care, and evaluating different options of providing care on a shift-by-shift basis. - Collaborates with service excellence team, Performance Excellence, Quality and Risk, marketing staff, finance and executive leaders to ensure top performance of the Emergency departments in our markets on all metrics. - Serves in a community leadership role representing both Emergency Services Departments to ensure program growth, collaboration with community based programs, police, and EMS/Diversion Council. Partners with colleges as appropriate to ensure effective workforce development.   - Creates a nursing environment marked by the use of evidence based practice, shared governance, support for and creation of staff empowerment structures, innovation and new knowledge generation, utilization of applied nursing research and technology. - Seamlessly integrates Emergency Department patient care issues into overall organizational processes. - Ensures shared accountability for professional practice. Works with the Department of Emergency Medicine Chair, Medical Director and Attending Physicians and managers to facilitate, resolve patient care issues. - Represents Emergency Department strategy to executive leadership. - Participates in ENA. - Oversees/ reviews/updates related contracts to ensure compliance, patient care and billing appropriateness. - Other duties as assigned as assigned by management.  
Job ID
2021-162679
Department
Emergency Services
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Saint Joseph Health System
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
KY-LEXINGTON
Job Summary / Purpose Serves as the principal area leader on all labor and employee relations matters and activities occurring within the Service Area. Partners with Service Area HR leaders to successfully implement system-wide initiatives and other assignments. Provides leadership to overcome the obstacles and challenges associated with implementing changes in a union environment and to navigate these challenges effectively.  Essential Key Job Responsibilities 1. Oversees, manages and directs all employee and labor relations matters and activities with the Service Area. Provides prompt advice to supervisors, managers and directors on the full range of labor and employee relations matters. Utilizes influence skills to effectively position outcomes. Thinks ahead, rather than in an incident specific manner.  2. Collaborates closely with the Service Area Human Resouraces Leaders to execute, implement and oversee ongoing labor and employee relations activities and ensure they are consistent with the directives, strategy and policies established by the Human Resources Operations Leadership Council (HROLC) and other related councils.  3. Interprets collective bargaining agreements and policies while establishing and maintaining a collaborative relationship with the business agents and/or representatives. Drafts proposals and counter-proposals and serves as spokesperson in bargaining at the facility and Service Area level. Looks for opportunities to improve inefficient legacy practices to improve efficiency, productivity and lower cost.  4. Conducts, directs, oversees and/or assists with employee investigations as needed and ensures consistency of employee corrective action. Provides guidance on and reviews responses to grievances filed by employees and/or labor representatives. Identifies trends and develops effective strategies to reduce grievances, disputes, or Unfair Labor Practices (ULPs). 
Job ID
2021-182501
Department
Employee & Labor Relations
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CommonSpirit Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
JOB SUMMARY / PURPOSE The Director of Hospital Operations (DHO) will serve as a physician leader, advocate, and consultant to, UM staff and attending physicians regarding decisions relative to appropriateness of hospitalization and level of care, clinical documentation, extended stays, avoidable days, readmissions, and use of healthcare resources. This position will also serve as a resource for the improvement of a hospital’s utilization management, regulatory compliance, quality assurance, performance improvement, growth initiatives, revenue integrity, and risk management. Additionally, the DHO assist the hospital in achieving the clinical, operational, strategic, and cultural environment necessary to deliver care that is high-value (cost, quality, and patient experience) across the continuum of care, while also improving the health status of the populations we serve. ESSENTIAL KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES   - Develop a Data-Driven and systematic approach to optimizing Cost & Quality - Works in conjunction with the Care Coordination team to address areas of high importance and/or concern in the appropriate, effective, and efficient movement of a patient through their hospital encounter (e.g.  accurate level of care determination, extended length of stay, appropriate discharge planning). - Establishes a data-driven approach, improved organizational processes, and influences the team to manage cost and quality through the creation of accountability structures across the continuum.  - The DHO supports the development and implementation of electronic tools necessary for a data-driven approach to managing cost and quality across the continuum.  - Utilizes analytics and team partnerships to assess quality and financial performance and develop strategic solutions to performance barriers. - Assists medical directors, other physician leaders, and additional key stakeholders in understanding group practice patterns, data interpretation, identification of opportunities, and goal-achievement. - Drives accountability to implement and sustain solutions - Provide leadership and oversight of facility-based physician advisory services.    - Understand the intricacies of ICD-9-CM, ICD-10-CM/PCS, MS-DRG, APR-DRG, and the Medicare Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) to make medical determinations based on severity of illness, acuity, and risk of morbidity/mortality. - Review clinical record for medical necessity of acute hospital-based care on admission (as needed-e.g. condition code 44), as well as, throughout the hospital encounter; identifying appropriate opportunities for discharge planning and quality improvement.  - Communicate, as appropriate, medical necessity assessments with treating physicians in cooperation with the utilization team and health information personnel, bridging communication between Care Coordination team and Medical Staff  - Collaborate with Care Coordination to assist in management of extended LOS encounters, specialty cases, and high-risk cases, in addition to serving as a resource for process improvement.  -  Support Revenue Integrity through assistance with Denial Prevention, Denial Management (e.g. Peer to Peer Review with payors when appropriate), Regulatory Compliance, Quality Assurance, and Risk Management. - Serve as a liaison between the National Care Coordination and Physician Advisor teams with the facility-based Care Coordination teams, Medical Staff, and Executive Leaders. - Provide routine education and guidance to UM and Medical Staff on regulatory, quality, and/or financial concerns.  - Provide leadership in administrative and operational functions advancing safe and efficient hospital operations. - Chair the Utilization Management Committee, maintaining membership and participation of its members. - Attend and participate in meetings related to Multidisciplinary Rounds (MDR), Length of Stay (LOS), and Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) initiatives. - Participate in key organizational touch points, teams, and meetings around safety, quality improvement, growth, and leadership topics. - Communicate facility feedback and metrics to leadership (i.e. CMO, Care Management Director, and Quality Director)    
Job ID
2021-163052
Department
Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Creighton University - Bergan Mercy
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
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