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CHI Living Communities in South Milwaukee is looking for an Administrator!   Job Summary The Administrator directs the day to day functions of the assigned area(s) in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines, and regulations that govern long-term care facilities to assure the highest degree of quality care is provided to our residents at all times. Essential Job Specific Duties/Responsibilities - Operates the assigned area(s) in accordance with established policies and procedures of CHI Living Communities. - Maintains licensure as Nursing Home Administrator in the state of employment. - Attends facility meetings as requested. - Satisfies all educational in-service requirements which are mandated by the facility and by external accrediting and regulatory agencies. - Completes performance appraisals prior to due date for all direct reports. - Demonstrates effective recruitment and retention of a competent, stable staff of motivated employees to maintain successful operation. Maintains agency-free status. - Monitors and improves the overall quality of services related to nursing, environmental services, food services, maintenance, and security provided at the assigned area(s). - Monitors performance improvement activities and ensures compliance with the Performance Improvement Plan. - Includes, directs, and educates staff in continuous quality improvement activities. - Develops quality performance indicators and monitors collection of data. Implements plan of action based on results of data collected. - Fosters a sense of community and life enrichment among residents, family, staff, and volunteers of the facility. - Submits annual Performance Improvement Plan on a timely basis. - Reviews monthly and quarterly facility quality indicator data with Director of Nursing. Utilizes CHI Living Communities Quality/Risk Indicator report and comparative statistics to benchmark best practice (nursing indicators). - Maintains effective communication with interdisciplinary team, residents, families, physicians, vendors, and staff. - Conducts morning meeting with interdisciplinary team members. Reviews census, campus and community news/information, and incidents/accidents. - Meets with the facility Medical Director at least one hour monthly. - Reviews daily operation of nursing department with Director of Nursing. - Ensures results of employee and resident satisfaction surveys meet or exceed industry and/or system (corporate) standards. - Participates as presenter for management and employee orientation. - In collaboration with Director of Nursing, investigates any allegation(s) of abuse, neglect, or misappropriation of resident property and takes appropriate action as necessary. - Enhances the continued viability of the facility by advocating the Total Quality Improvement Process. Keeps abreast of current trends and practices in the field of long-term care. - Maintains the financial integrity of the assigned area(s) through budgeting, cost, and labor control. - Meets budgeted bottom line. Investigates and implements savings in purchasing practices. - Prepare standing/open purchase orders annually. Reviews and signs off on all nursing invoices. - Participates in monthly variance review. - Participates in facility strategic planning process. - Attends seminars and networks with professional peers to obtain and remain current with industry best practices and innovative new programs as applicable.
Job ID
2020-120920
Department
Administration
Facility
CHI National Offices
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WI-SOUTH MILWAUKEE
Position Summary: Administratively Responsible for providing leadership and direction for Finance (including Case Management and Social Work), Patient Access Services (including the Call Center) and Service Line management as well as leading the organization to meet Board-directed operating margin.  The position is also responsible for the Physical Medicine department, which includes the Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility (IRF), Physical and Occupational Therapy and Speech Pathology. In addition, the Chief Financial Officer is the liaison to the Texas Heart Institute and to both the Information Technology Department and the Group Purchasing Organization at the level. Promotes St. Luke’s values by focusing on customer service, emphasizing visibility and honest communication with staff, and facilitating a positive work environment built on trust, teamwork, creativity and growth.  Works closely with ’s Executive Leadership Team and Financial Leadership Team in the development and implementation of policies, plans and programs to ensure optimal support and services from Finance.  Plans, organizes and Directs the overall activities of Finance.  Principal Duties and Accountabilities: - Sets strategic direction for the above mentioned areas, which includes planning and managing processes and services for these disciplines to meet current and future needs. - Develops and integrates these plans and processes to supports vision, mission, and strategies. - Develops and Maintains effective working relationships throughout the organization to ensure effective communication and implementation of planning activities, processes and initiatives in the areas of Finance. - Works proactively with the leaders on all aspects of financial accountability, including departmental performance reports. - Maintains and advises on trends in the healthcare industry as they relate to finance and market dynamics - Oversees and Directs budgeting and financial reporting processes in conjunction with the leader and System Finance Functions. Ensures accurate and timely financial reporting. - Collaborates with end users on major acquisitions of supplies and capital to ensure needs are met. - Assists IT to clearly understand its objectives and assist in selecting application systems. - Presents meaningful and concise financial information and recommendations to the Board and committees of the Board. - Works closely with the Budget Committee Chair to develop meeting agendas, Prepares materials and presentation - Works with Patient Financial Services and Compliance departments to effectively manage the Revenue Cycle to ensure revenue capture.
Job ID
2020-118070
Department
Finance
Facility
CHI Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
Ensures that activities and/or operations are appropriately integrated with the strategic plan. Ensures the provision of quality care and services through the cost effective management of the facilities. Participates in the development of hospital wide patient care programs, policies, and procedures that describe how the care needs of patient populations are assessed, evaluated and met. Implements effective and ongoing programs to measure, assess, and improve the quality of care/services provided to patients/customers. Implements operational improvements using appropriate data and benchmarking in conjunction with effective use of process improvement techniques.  Ensures that activities and/or operations are appropriately integrated with the strategic plan while making sure the provision of quality care and services through the cost effective management of the facility. Participates in the development of hospital wide patient care programs, policies and procedures that describe how the care needs of patient populations are assessed, evaluated and met. Assists and advises the President and CEO in establishing and executing strategic business plans to achieve operational objectives and in formulating and implementing best practices and policies.
Job ID
2020-132042
Department
Administration
Facility
St Johns Regional Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-OXNARD
Position Summary:Serves at the executive level, and Responsible for developing/implementing strategic objectives/goals, allocating and managing capital/human resources, and general day-to-day operational accountability for assigned areas. has direct line authority for Surgery Services Lines; Heart & Vascular Service Line; Transplant Service Line and VAD Program; OR Scheduling and contracted Surgical Support Services; Non-Invasive Cardiology; Liver Center; Perfusion Services and Circulatory Support; CSPD; Anesthesia, Operating Rooms Main, CV and OMT, and Cardiology Education. Will be responsible with the overall goal of increasing organizational effectiveness and revenues for assigned areas, developing annual operating budgets for those areas and accountable for operating within established budgets; maintaining productivity standards for areas of direct responsibility and assuring availability of sufficient competent staff to meet workload needs of departments. The position has the primary responsibility for establishing and ensuring clinical and surgical patient care standards are achieved in a cost-effective manner which are consistent with the overall hospital values and goals and to provide a practice environment to assure CHI St. Luke's as an employer of choice. Has the authority and responsibility for meeting the bottom lines of quality and financial performance for the areas of accountability. S/he will assure customer loyalty as measured by patient satisfaction and other indicators, and will also assure compliance with standards promulgated by regulatory and compliance agencies. Will develop and maintain collaborative physician relations that build on their key roles as both partners and customers.  . Principal Duties and Accountabilities: - Participates in decision-making processes by collaborating with leaders from the governing body, health system mgmt., hospital leadership council, medical staff and clinical areas in developing the hospital's strategic plans, budgets, resource allocation, operation plans and policies.  - Sets strategic direction for the above mentioned areas, including planning and managing processes and services for these disciplines to meet 's current and future needs.  Develops and integrates these plans and processes to support 's vision, mission, and strategies.   - Mentors and Develops managers and staff to assume leadership roles both formally and informally, via role modeling and facilitating staff participation in a shared leadership structure. Directs the development, implementation and administration of a shared decision making model Quality.  - Plans, promotes, and conducts quality monitoring and enhancement activities; actively involved in advancing clinical outcomes and quality improvements within the framework of the CHI St. Luke's Performance Improvement Plan. Collaboratively creates effective and ongoing programs to monitor, evaluate, and improve the quality of care and services  - Advocates for clinical and surgical staff regarding allocation of resources including FTEs, systems, equipment, and support. Provides for the development and management of operating and capital budgets for assigned areas; Responsible for overall performance according to budget  - Provides for the establishment and implementation of patient care standards including policies and procedures that meet national, state and local rules and regulations as well as voluntary accreditation stands  - Directs creative strategies to lower costs while maintaining or enhancing quality - Leads in contract negotiation and administration for contracted service - Demonstrates and creates expectation of consistency in application of HR policies and procedures across departments
Job ID
2020-108463
Department
Operations
Facility
CHI Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Develops, implements and monitors clinic objectives, policies, procedures, standards and educational programs in conjunction with the mission and philosophy of MercyOne Centerville Medical Center. - Actively works with Medical Director to ensure compliance with Rural Health Clinic standards, maintain budget and operational guidelines within the clinic. - Prepares, monitors and adjusts budget and staff. - Works collaboratively with hospital and clinic staff to develop and evaluate clinic policies. - Works with Medical Director and clinic staff to develop, evaluate, and monitor clinic specific protocols, objectives and procedures. - Works with clinic administration and staff to development and implement best practices to address identified potential barriers or new opportunities. - Develops and maintains quality improvement programs and projects. - Directs the maintenance of physical clinic environment and equipment. - Serves as a liaison between physicians and hospital administration, promoting understanding and agreement in regard to future goals. - Directs clinic in compliance with applicable laws and regulations relative to clinic operations (i.e. Rural Health Clinic, OSHA, CLIA, COLA, HIPPA, Start, etc.) - Ensures that patient concerns are addressed and that appropriate and timely follow-up is performed. - Directs, motivates and evaluates activities of clinic employees, ensuring that clinic goals and expectations are met. - Ensures the impact of constant change is positive in nature to employees, patients and physicians. - Manages day to day clinic personnel. Includes interviewing, hiring, evaluating, counseling, disciplining and termination. Directs and manages employee resource activities, (i.e. Kronos, payroll, time and attendance, required education, employee changes, corporate compliance, LOA, FMLA, performance appraisals.
Job ID
2020-125390
Department
Clinic Administration
Facility
MercyOne Centerville
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-CENTERVILLE
This role will have statewide ambulatory accountability for CHI's clinics and Nebraska Heart Institute through the Cardiovascular Institute development. Responsibility for building healthy relationships with direct and indirect leadership, physicians, providers and staff. Strategic development of the abmulatory and IP intergrations for the services including business planning and professional business case processes.    1.       Responsible for operations planning and execution in the ambulatory environment, inclusive of relationships, standards,         technology (including informatics), quality, service, growth, and stewardship.   2.       Responsible for assuring appropriate training and evolution of the management practices systems for the practice(s).   3.       Responsible for development of reporting, measuring, outputs, and monitoring performance metrics and outcomes.   4.       Responsible for annual budgets and long range strategic financial planning for the assigned specialties.   5.       Responsible for optimizing infrastructure and overhead services for the division.     6.       Responsible for the growth and development of direct reports including performance of direct reports in congruence with        CHI Health policy.   7.       Responsible for partnership with key medical leadership in identifying and monitoring key performance.   8.       Responsible for partnerships with National, Health System, Academic, and Service Line leadership to develop integrated         plans and execution.   9.       Responsible for development of effective communication and related meeting cadence.    10.    Responsible for being actively involved in the community and community organizations to promote good public relations        and to ascertain community needs as appropriate.   11.    Assures coordination of accreditation and licensure activities and oversight of quality assurance/improvement initiatives for      assigned division.   12.    Performs other duties as requested or assigned.  
Job ID
2020-130644
Department
Cardiovascular Admin Services
Facility
CHI Health Creighton University - Bergan Mercy
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
POSITION SUMMARY   Serves at the executive level providing leadership in the establishing the strategy for the delivery of nursing care, treatment, and services. Has direct line authority for all patient care units, Social Services, Palliative Care, Case Management, Emergency Center, Community Emergency Centers, Patient Placement, Endoscopy, Dialysis, Infusion Therapy, Nursing Administration, Center for Advanced Practice, Nursing & Patient Education, Internal Medicine, and Psychiatry for the market.   Has the primary responsibility for establishing and ensuring clinical patient care standards are achieved in a cost-effective manner.  Establish nursing services for the market consistent with the overall hospital values and goals and to provide a practice environment to assure CHI St. Luke's as an employer of choice. Has the authority and responsibility for meeting the bottom lines of quality and financial performance for the areas of accountability within the market   The position also has matrix responsibility for all nursing positions throughout the l market to ensure that appropriate standards of care are met.   POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES   - Participates in decision-making processes by collaborating with leaders from the governing body, health system management, hospital leadership council, medical staff and clinical areas in developing strategic plans, budgets, resource allocation, operational plans and policies for the market. - Leads and sets the strategic direction for nursing leadership in the development of a nursing mission, vision, philosophy, strategic plan congruent with the hospital's mission, vision, and strategic plan. - Mentors and Develops the facility nursing leaders, managers and staff to assume leadership roles both formally and informally, via role modeling and facilitating staff participation in a shared leadership structure. - Directs patient care team effectively as team leader and change agent - Collaborates with the facility nursing leaders to develop and Implement effective communication channels to provide information to all staff members; provide the forum for staff to verbalize concerns, issues and ideas in a non-threatening environment.  - Develops and continually enhances a positive working relationship and the ability to problem solve with other members of the patient care delivery team including physicians and other departments within the market. - Directs the development, implementation and administration of a shared decision making model - Represents nursing services at established meetings with other hospital and market leaders, medical staff, and other clinical leaders. - Regularly meet with the facility nursing leader to understand the facility needs regarding allocation of resources including FTEs, systems, equipment, and support.  Where there are gaps or organizational needs, facilitate conversations with the appropriate executive and financial leaders to try and provide additional resources.  - Meets regularly with facility nursing leader to facilitate problem resolution, information exchange, planning and timely communication. - Designs and approves the plan for providing patient care including determining the types and numbers of nursing personnel and staff necessary to provide nursing care for all areas of the market. . - Provides for the establishment and implementation of patient care standards including policies and procedures that meet national, state and local rules and regulations as well as voluntary accreditation standards - Participates in the evaluation, selection, and integration of health care technology and information management systems that support patient needs and the efficient utilization of patient care resources - Designs and Implements patient care programs for the designated market that meet the nursing care needs of the patient populations served. - Meet regularly with the facility nursing leader o ensures that processes and policies for patient care are designed to foster the ability of the staff to meet patient and family needs rather than navigating complex systems within institution - Promotes a caring helpful environment including the arrangement of the physical setting and assembling equipment in a manner conducive to more effective and efficient patient care - Creates environment where patients and families are considered partners in care.    -  Assures structures and processes are established to ensure a safe work environment. - Facilitate the planning promoting, and conduct quality monitoring and enhancement activities; facilitates and collaborates with leaders in advancing clinical outcomes and quality improvements within the framework of the CHI St. Luke's Performance Improvement Plan. - Collaborates with other disciplines in the monitoring, evaluation and enhancement of the market wide continuous quality enhancement program; Develops, Directs, and monitors the effects of patient care redesign programs - Creates effective and ongoing programs to monitor, evaluate, and improve the quality of care and services - Regularly meet with facility nursing leader to evaluate the adequacy of the annual staffing plan, to drive improvement and to demonstrate successes and opportunities for nursing. - Identifies key quality indicators to be monitored and evaluated. Uses benchmark data from internal and external sources to identify opportunities for improvement. - Meet regularly with the facility nursing leader to plan for operating and capital budget requests each fiscal year.   Review overall performance to budget with the facility nursing leader on a regular basis, and discuss variances. - Encourage and facilitate creative strategies to lower costs while maintaining or enhancing quality - Develops monitoring systems to provide accurate and timely assessment of performance according to budget - Assists in contract negotiation and administration for contracted services  - Develops patient and family focused collegial relationships with all members of the health care team and all departments within the designated market. - Demonstrates and creates expectation of consistency in application of human resource policies and procedures across departments.   Demonstrates accountability for human resource management by monitoring, correcting variances for productive and non-productive utilization.   Ensure the nursing facility leaders are consistent in the application of the policies.  - Facilitate the promotion of programs to provide job related growth and upward mobility for the staff in areas of responsibility. Promotes nursing expertise in specialties. - Provides employees with specific, timely, and constructive feedback including meaningful and annual performance appraisals. - Assists with coaching and counseling as needed. - Interviews and selects persons for positions based on the candidates' whose qualifications and personal philosophies are compatible with the hospital's mission and values of integrity, goal orientation, excellence, valuing people, and stewardship.
Job ID
2020-130852
Department
Hospital Administration
Facility
CHI St. Luke's Sugar Land Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-SUGAR LAND
Position Summary:   The position serves as the President, French Hospital Medical Center located in San Luis Obispo, California and reports to the Division Chief Executive Officer, California Central Coast Division.    The President ensures the execution of the hospital strategy, management, financial performance and oversight of all operational components of the hospital in accordance and in alignment with the Dignity Health strategy. Plans and implements new business strategies and manages relationships with physicians and external partners considering Healthcare Industry trends in a rapidly changing and highly regulated market.   The President will also partner with the community advisory board for the hospital to align and deliver on the strategic goals for the board and the community.      Principal Duties and Accountabilities:   - Directs and oversees a portfolio of healthcare assets and demonstrates a solid understanding of different service lines and delivery models within market. Plans and implements new businesses using different business models and strategic relationships with external partners and physicians. Understands attributes that create successful organizations i.e. legal, structural, economic, and employment models. - Develops and executes strategy for each line of business/service within market area from the perspective of what makes it a viable enterprise and recognizes those elements that require modification and/or expertise to existing local processes and structure to ensure success. - Facilitates and reinforces through business processes and performance measures an institutional mindset for clinical innovation as an on-going process to look at clinical practices in order to reduce unnecessary variations to improve clinical outcomes and reduce costs. - Develops key service lines, leveraging clinical program tools and service line support/data, implementing outpatient strategy, and identifying market scale opportunities (e.g., recruiting, education) across assigned service areas.
Job ID
2020-131413
Department
Hospital Administration
Facility
French Hospital Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-SAN LUIS OBISPO
Dignity Health Mission and Values:  The Hospital President is responsible for articulating the Dignity Health mission and strategic direction and for leading efforts to achieve compassionate, high quality, cost effective health care delivery by upholding the organization’s mission and values and by using them to guide decision-making.   Position Summary: The position serves as the President, Saint Francis Memorial Hospiital and St. Mary's Medical Hospital located in San Francisco, California and reports to the Division Leader - Operations, Bay and North State Service Area..  The President ensures the execution of the hospital strategy, management, financial performance and oversight of all operational components of the hospital in accordance and in alignment with the Dignity Health strategy. Plans and implements new business strategies and manages relationships with physicians and external partners considering Healthcare Industry trends in a rapidly changing and highly regulated market.  Principal Duties and Accountabilities: Duties may include: - Directs and oversees a portfolio of healthcare assets and demonstrates a solid understanding of different service lines and delivery models within market. Plans and implements new businesses using different business models and strategic relationships with external partners and physicians. Understands attributes that create successful organizations i.e. legal, structural, economic, and employment models. - Develops and executes strategy for each line of business/service within market area from the perspective of what makes it a viable enterprise and recognizes those elements that require modification and/or expertise to existing local processes and structure to ensure success. - Facilitates and reinforces through business processes and performance measures an institutional mindset for clinical innovation as an on-going process to look at clinical practices in order to reduce unnecessary variations to improve clinical outcomes and reduce costs. - Develops key service lines, leveraging clinical program tools and service line support/data, implementing outpatient strategy, and identifying market scale opportunities (e.g., recruiting, education) across assigned service areas.
Job ID
2020-119527
Department
Hospital Administration
Facility
Saint Francis Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-SAN FRANCISCO
One of the strategic objectives of CommonSpirit ITD is to leverage technology as a key differentiator in the market place. This would require transforming our current ITD organization only from being integrators/supporters of packaged off the shelf solutions to include engineering where appropriate, our own solutions.   This transformation requires a strong health care software engineering leader with demonstrated ability to deliver solutions simultaneously to multiple stakeholders at large scale. The ideal candidate would be able to implement agile development methodologies, hire best talent in the industry, demonstrate ability to implement roadmaps by setting a strong vision by building an organization that has the best-in-class engineering culture rooted in innovation and collaboration. This leader must demonstrate the evidence of continuous learning and staying current on industry technology trends as it relates to software engineering and integration. Examples of these topics include cloud, API based integration, IoT, data engineering and integration, implementing AI/ML in software solutions, clinical decision support systems among others.   VP of software engineering will play a critical role in identifying and successfully implementing all the co-development activities that falls within the scope of ITD Application and Software Engineering organization.   Key Responsibilities: - Leverage Cerner/EPIC insourcing opportunities to stand up a strong engineering team in Q1/2 of FY21 - Explore the insourcing of All-scripts development in Q3/4 of FY21 - Hire strong a mid-level management team that can drive the transformation and creating solutioning expected from this team - Provide a strong engineering capability in partnership with VP of EHR and VP of Clinical and Rev Cycle organizations. - Identify and track key operational metrics that clearly demonstrates the year over year transformation by measuring delivered value. - Participate in early solution development and be accountable for the overall delivery of development efforts including design, development, testing, deployment and support of various packaged and home-grown solution. - Should hold the software engineering team to high quality, on time and on budget delivery of various initiatives. - Accountable to rationalize and reduce the footprint of applications and systems in partnership with other VPs in ITD. - Ability to deliver impactful presentations for senior leaders including ELT is a critical skill
Job ID
2020-122430
Department
Information Technology
Facility
CHI National Offices
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CO-ENGLEWOOD
Role Summary   CommonSpirit Health (CSH) is looking for an experienced VP of Software Architecture, reporting to the Chief Technology and Product Officer (CTPO), who can help CSH to achieve its ultimate objective of creating “healthcare of the future” in an increasingly digital world. One which leverages best in class technology to improve the service it provides to its business partners, customers and patients. Partnering closely with the CPTO, VP of Cloud, Infrastructure, and Cybersecurity Strategy, and the rest of the CTPO team, the VP of Software Architecture will be responsible for leading a team of Software Architects, team of health platforms architects, and a team of data and analytics architects to set the combined software architecture vision and strategy that will enable CSH to achieve its strategic goals.   This role will report to the Chief Technology and Product Officer, Shaung Liu - https://www.linkedin.com/in/shaung-liu-1694b/   Direct Reports:   - Software Architecture Team Lead - Health Platforms Architecture Team Lead - Data and Analytics Architecture Team Lead Peers: - VP, Cloud, Infrastructure, and Cybersecurity Strategy - Tech Lab Director   Stakeholders: - SVP, Infrastructure - SVP, Data and Analytics - CISO - SVP Software and Applications Engineering - SVP Digital - SVP Division Health Technologies - SVP, ITD Performance & Effectiveness - SVP, Merger Integration       Specific responsibilities of the role include:   - Technical vision and strategy: Develop a technical vision and strategy that addresses CSH’s mid to long term approach to enterprise software architecture, including data and analytics, AI, and health system platforms. Collaborates closely with the CTPO and other IT&D leaders to create a multi-year roadmap, communicates and delivers on the strategy.   - People/Talent leadership attracts, hires and builds high-performing teams in enterprise software architecture and empowers people and rewarding results; achieved 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 high engaged high performing team.  Strong communicator.   - Technical leadership demonstrates breadth and depth of professional/technical skills and capabilities in enterprise software architecture, data and analytics, and health platforms such as EHRs; shares knowledge; sets or contributes to the organization's direction. Influences with fluency on technology related change.   - Operational leadership is responsible for agility and high performance of team which models the willingness, leadership, and courage to challenge the status quo; fosters creativity; and problem solves/acts quickly to activate change, innovation and resilience.  Delivers a highly stable, robust environment for CSH and enables our business.  Thinks “human first” in operational experiences delivered.   Shows discipline of execution and delivery.   - Financial leadership understands the organizations financial processes.  Prepares, justifies and administers his/her 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 for CSH. Drives a fiscal disciplined behavior in her/his team.  Thinks long term and short term while managing finance and value creation.   - Mission centric value creation: Be a thought leader obsessed with creating value for CSH, our communities, our consumers/patients, physicians, employees. Be willing and committed to changing the game of technology, for CSH, disrupt the industry while being obsessed about value created for our mission and ministry.   - Innovation: help to create an environment that fosters innovation and risk taking and rewards execution and results. The ideal candidate will have a natural curiosity for staying abreast of global technology trends and their applicability to CSH’s capabilities. Exemplifies out of the box thinking while adhering to the team’s mission and objectives.   - Evangelist: The VP of Software Architecture will be responsible for evangelizing an enterprise software architecture culture; one that embraces the latest design patterns such as RESTful APIs, Cloud Platform As a Service, reusable containers and micro services and data and AI concepts; articulating the team’s strategy to all key stakeholders;
Job ID
2020-123582
Department
Information Technology
Facility
CHI National Offices
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CO-ENGLEWOOD
Vice President, Perioperative Services The Vice President will serve as the senior executive for the perioperative service line.  This individual is responsible for driving the strategic growth and development of the service line to create a regional center of excellence and value across the continuum.  This individual will oversee the overall growth and development of the Perioperative Service Line, relying on the administrative and physician dyad leaders within the service line for day to day administrative and clinical development functions.   The Senior Executive will focus on physician, community and employer relationships and alignment to advance the goals of the service line.  This individual will also work closely with related service line Senior Executives in Neurosciences, Cardiovascular, Orthopedic and Women’s services, as well as Physician Enterprise leadership, to assure coordinated planning and support for all surgical services within CHI Health.    Key Job Responsibilites - Closely collaborate with dyad/triad leadership partners to effectively oversee the service line across the continuum. - Assure the development of a service line strategic plan, and sub-specialty strategic plans, as appropriate to achieve system goals - Work closely with independent and employed physicians across the Division to achieve a shared governance structure, and assure alignment around strategic and operational goals - Coordinate with the Creighton University School of Medicine to advance research and teaching within CHI Health - Engage local Nursing Colleges, Surgical Tech Programs and other Allied Health Partners to promote CHI Health as a leading partner in providing educational opportunities for learners across our geographic region - Develop strong relationships within the communities in which CHI Health operates to facilitate the growth and development of the service line - Oversee joint venture surgical relationships and entities, assuring collaboration and achievement of mutual objectives, including our ambulatory surgical centers and the Ne Spine Hospital joint venture - Collaborate with the Senior Executives in related service lines to assure a coordinated strategic direction and support for surgical growth and development within sub-specialty specific service lines (Orthopedics, Neurosciences, Cardiovascular, Women’s) - Lead the Service Line Executive Leadership Council in conjunction with the Dyad Medical Director for the service line. Assist in prioritization of initiatives, and the distribution of services and allocation of resources across all service lines within the Division - Aggressively pursue market growth, innovation and other new business development opportunities within the service line - Work to develop a culture supportive of both academic and private practice - Lead and support clinical process improvement within surgical services to consistently achieve the highest quality, cost and experience results across all sites - Oversee operations of the perioperative service line, assuring effective and efficient delivery of services; promote consistent practices and standardization of processes to achieve savings; meet operating targets  
Job ID
2020-109505
Department
Executive V.P.
Facility
CHI Health
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
The VP and Divisional Chief Information Officer (DCIO) will directly report to the SVP of Division Health Technologies.  This role is the main interface between Technology & Digital (TD) and the Division Executive Team to ensure that Technology & Digital is a source of competitive advantage in their Division.  As a key member of both the Technology & Digital and Division Executive team, the DCIO will be the customer facing role and key TD interface to their Division Business Partners.   This leader works in a matrix model with key national TD leaders to deliver Technology & Digital solutions that provide efficient, reliable, scalable and secure applications and processes in their Division. The DCIO will proactively manage all activities related to delivery and operations of infrastructure, application and digital services in their hospital, ambulatory and other care sites.  This individual will work in a highly matrixed structure to achieve this.  They will collaborate with Division and National leaders to ensure delivery of exceptional customer experience.    STRATEGY - Under the direction of the CIDO and in collaboration with the SVP of Digital Health Technologies the DCIO will lead the strategy development for the Divisions top Technology & Digital needs. - Develops, coordinates, guides and executes TD systems and operational plans, participating proactively with the division and facility management to optimize the use of technology and digital in support of the clinical/patient-focused mission and business strategy. - Drives consumer focused integrated care by leading the development and implementation of Division initiatives that improve cost effectiveness, healthcare service quality and business development opportunities. - Demonstrate effective financial stewardship by fostering utilization of CommonSpirit standard solutions and ensures that division solutions and initiatives are not in conflict with CommonSpirit enterprise solutions, processes, standards and policies. - Deliver efficient, reliable, scalable, and secure TD infrastructure and applications, processes and operations required to operate, sustain and grow the business with a keen focus on managing costs. - Partner with leadership across the Ministry to support the vision, mission, values and related business goals and objectives of CommonSpirit Health.   LEADERSHIP - Ensure seamless value delivery by evangelizing, owning and driving digital, application and infrastructure enterprise and local initiatives. - In partnership ship with national delivery leadership the DCIO develops and maintains an appropriate organizational structure and staffing capable of supporting the business and operational needs of the facilities within the division. - Demonstrate effective financial stewardship by developing and contributing to annual capital and operating budgets for division TD operations and the division strategic roadmap. - Oversees the ongoing development, delivery and operations of the products and services roadmap. - Monitors TD activities and costs related to the utilization of resources required to meet programmatic operational requirements - Create one inspired team by proactively fostering commitment to one cohesive TD team and CommonSpirit ministry - Create a TD culture obsessed about the consumer, experimentation, empowerment and agility while ensuring that the TD organization is keenly focused on providing an exceptional employee and consumer experience. TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT - Drives consumer focused integrated care by bringing the Division, Customer and Operations perspective and in partnership with TD, Digital and business partners ensure Divisional requirements are addressed in all division TD strategies. - Proactively partners with national service delivery leaders to manage the local TD environment according to negotiated and established service levels and in accordance with enterprise standards and guidelines. - Proactively partners with national service delivery leaders to ensure that the division and facility technology environment is continually refreshed and capable of supporting the business and health care operations. - Ensures standardization of systems and processes within the division to maximize utilization, cost reduction and reporting. - Ensures that enterprise Technology & Digital operate according to internal standards, external accrediting agency standards, and legal requirements. Enforces policy and procedures to ensure the protection of enterprise TD assets and the integrity, security and privacy of information. Develops and maintains a division wide business recovery plan. - Maintains contact with TD suppliers and maintains knowledge of current technology, equipment, prices and terms of agreements to minimize the investment required to meet established service levels. - Demonstrates effective financial stewardship by evaluatinig alternatives, performs cost benefit analysis, and recommends solutions within corporate policies and standards. - Serves as division agent assigned to negotiate division-specific TD contracts, mediate contractual disputes and complete amendments to core agreements. - Engage in transformation to an Agile and Product driven planning and deployment cycle which results in continuous delivery of high-quality products and services on time and within budget  
Job ID
2020-125904
Department
Information Technology
Facility
CHI Franciscan Health
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
This position is responsible for the charitable fund development programs of CHI St. Luke’s Health through corporations, foundations, governmental entities and individuals.  This position contributes to the mission and vision of CHI St. Luke’s Health by working in close collaboration and partnership with the CHI St. Luke’s Health Chief Executive Officer, as well as the Executive Leadership Team, Texas Foundation Board, the leadership and to assist CHI St. Luke’s Health in meeting the healthcare needs of our patients, and our communities.  The advancement program requires implementation of a comprehensive fundraising program that includes but is not limited to major gift fundraising, annual giving, employee giving, planned giving, board giving, special events, corporate and foundation grants and donor stewardshipcoordination and management from all sources. Addititionally, the Division Vice President of Development should have experience and expertise in nonprofit operations and governance in order to ensure a high quality, efficient program. The Division Vice President of Development will build upon CHI St. Luke’s Health’s organizational strengths to conceptualize and to implement a well-coordinated advancement program.  The Division Vice President of Development will lead the philanthropic arm of CHI St. Luke’s Health and be responsible for all fundraising-related activities that engender community support and charitable giving in support of CHI St. Luke’s Health’s mission of community service. Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Oversees all aspects of charitable fundraising efforts on behalf of CHI Health through a direct reporting relationship with the foundation leaders across the organization. In addition, accountable for the direct management of the day to day operations of the St. Luke’s Health Foundation, and will also personally handle a fundraising portfolio. - Oversees all business functions of the CHI St. Luke’s Health Foundations, and develops and implements operating systems and policies for its management. - Develops and submits annual expense budgets for each local foundation and their respective annual charitable fundraising income projections in cooperation with CHI St. Luke’s Health Finance and Accounting staff. Ensures the foundations operate within allocated funds.  Prepares records and reports required for administrative and regulatory purposes. - Serves as the representative of foundation for CHI St. Luke’s Health at the National CHI Foundation CDO Council. - Facilitates a regular strategic fundraising planning process that establishes collective and individual goals and metrics. Is responsible for the systematic monitoring and evaluation of program effectiveness. - Plans, organizes and directs the development of gifts and funds from individuals, corporations, foundations, and governmental entities, utilizing a relationship-building model. Develops and recommends goals and objectives for CHI St. Luke’s Health charitable fundraising by aligning foundation activities with the CHI St. Luke’s Health system strategic plan.   Implements campaigns, fundraising techniques and guidelines to achieve such goals through an annual implementation plan.   Evaluates changing trends in philanthropy, tax, and estate planning regulations to develop new programs responsive to the fundraising needs of CHI St. Luke’s Health.   Evaluates the performance of each foundation in relation to established goals and implements changes to improve services. - Initiates programs to continually improve relations between each local foundation and its committees, foundation staff, system administration, medical staff, sponsoring agencies and the community at large. Keeps foundation boards and associated committees informed of the fundraising program, current issues, and matters affecting CHI St. Luke’s Health and healthcare as a whole.  Creates (and oversees) the annual development plans for each community foundation in cooperation with local market leadership. Provides planning and leadership for service line fundraising activities. - Oversight of all funds managed by the including but not limited to; fund balances, fund transfers, coordination of fund administrators, fund policies and procedures and approval of new funds - Coordinate efforts with the National CommonSpirit Health and CHI Foundation and other foundation administrators within the system. - Responsible for personal and professional growth through participation in appropriate CHI St. Luke’s Health system meetings, service programs and continuing education programs. Serves on CHI St. Luke’s Health committees as requested.   Keeps current on operational trends in the development field and healthcare industries - Maintains a professional attitude with foundation staff, peers, medical staff, hospital staff, patients, visitors and other hospital personnel while assuring confidentiality of patients and other hospital information. - 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 St. Luke’s Health and department-specific safety, security and infection control policies. - Performs other duties as necessary and/or assigned by the CEO. - Must have ability to work effectively and collaboratively in a diverse and multi-cultural environment. - Completes annual and six-month performance review assessments within proper scope of judgment and accountability. This position will have dotted-line responsibility for the other foundation positions in the TX market. Note:  if the manager does not possess the same background licensure as their clinical staff members, they must have peer reviews completed for staff members to ensure clinical competence is met and validated. #CHI-LI
Job ID
2020-126236
Department
Philanthropy / Foundation
Facility
CHI St. Luke's Health
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-BRYAN
Serves at the executive level providing leadership in the delivery of nursing care, treatment, and services. Has direct line authority for patient care units, Social Services, Palliative Care, Case Management, Emergency Center, Community Emergency Centers, Patient Placement, Endoscopy, Dialysis, Infusion Therapy, Nursing Administration, Center for Advanced Practice, Nursing & Patient Education, Internal Medicine, and Psychiatry. Has the primary responsibility for establishing and ensuring clinical patient care standards are achieved in a cost-effective manner. Establish nursing services consistent with the overall hospital values and goals and to provide a practice environment to assure CHI St. Luke's as an employer of choice. Has the authority and responsibility for meeting the bottom lines of quality and financial performance for the areas of accountability. The position also has matrix responsibility for all nursing positions through out the hospital to ensure that appropriate standards of care are met.   Position Responsibilities 1. Participates in hospital's decision-making processes by collaborating with leaders from the governing body, health system management, hospital leadership council, medical staff and clinical areas in developing strategic plans, budgets, resource allocation, operational plans and policies 2. Leads nursing leadership in the development of a nursing mission, vision, philosophy, strategic plan congruent with the hospital's mission, vision, and strategic plan. 3. Mentors and Develops managers and staff to assume leadership roles both formally and informally, via role modeling and facilitating staff participation in a shared leadership structure. 4. Directs patient care team effectively as team leader and change agent 5. Develops and Implements effective communication channels to provide information to all staff members; provide the forum for staff to verbalize concerns, issues and ideas in a non-threatening environment. 6. Develops and continually enhances a positive working relationship and the ability to problem solve with other members of the patient care delivery team including physicians and other departments. 7. Directs the development, implementation and administration of a shared decision making model 8. Represents nursing services at established meetings with other hospital leaders, medical staff, and other clinical leaders. 9. Advocates for nursing staff regarding allocation of resources including FTEs, systems, equipment, and support. 10. Meets regularly with nursing management and staff nurse professional council members to facilitate problem resolution, information exchange, planning and timely communication. 11. Designs and approves the plan for providing patient care including determining the types and numbers of nursing personnel and staff necessary to provide nursing care for all areas of the hospital. 12. Provides for the establishment and implementation of patient care standards including policies and procedures that meet national, state and local rules and regulations as well as voluntary accreditation standards 13. Participates in the evaluation, selection, and integration of health care technology and information management systems that support patient needs and the efficient utilization of patient care resources 14. Designs and Implements patient care programs that meet the nursing care needs of the patient populations served. 15. Ensures that processes and policies for patient care are designed to foster the ability of the staff to meet patient and family needs rather than navigating complex systems within institution 16. Promotes a caring helpful environment including the arrangement of the physical setting and assembling equipment in a manner conducive to more effective and efficient patient care 17. Creates environment where patients and families are considered partners in care. 18. Assures structures and processes are established to ensure a safe work environment. 19. Plans, promotes, and conducts quality monitoring and enhancement activities; Actively involved in advancing clinical outcomes and quality improvements within the framework of the CHI St. Luke's Performance Improvement Plan. 20. Collaborates with other disciplines in the monitoring, evaluation and enhancement of the facility wide continuous quality enhancement program; Develops, Directs, and monitors the effects of patient care redesign programs 21. Creates effective and ongoing programs to monitor, evaluate, and improve the quality of care and services 22. Utilizes analysis of outcomes, processes, and nursing-sensitive indicators to evaluate the adequacy of the annual staffing plan, to drive improvement and to demonstrate successes and opportunities for nursing. 23. Identifies key quality indicators to be monitored and evaluated. Uses benchmark data from internal and external sources to identify opportunities for improvement. 24. Provides for the development and management of operating and capital budgets for patient care areas; Responsible for overall performance according to budget 25. Directs creative strategies to lower costs while maintaining or enhancing quality 26. Develops monitoring systems to provide accurate and timely assessment of performance according to budget 27. Assists in contract negotiation and administration for contracted services 28. Develops patient and family focused collegial relationships with all members of the health care team and all departments in the hospital. 29. Demonstrates and creates expectation of consistency in application of human resource policies and procedures across departments. Demonstrates accountability for human resource management by monitoring, correcting variances for productive and non-productive utilization. 30. Promotes programs to provide job related growth and upward mobility for the staff in areas of responsibility. Promotes nursing expertise in specialties. 31. Provides employees with specific, timely, and constructive feedback including meaningful and annual performance appraisals. 32. Assists with coaching and counseling as needed. 33. Interviews and selects persons for positions based on the candidates' whose qualifications and personal philosophies are compatible with the hospital's mission and values of integrity, goal orientation, excellence, valuing people, and stewardship.
Job ID
2020-129028
Department
Nursing Administration
Facility
CHI Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON

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