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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
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Participates in the hospital’s decision-making processes by collaborating with leaders from the governing body, health system leadership, local hospital leadership, medical staff in developing the hospital’s strategic plans, budgets, resource allocation, operation plans and policies - 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 - Identifies opportunities for strategic development within service lines. - Implements hospital cost savings and new revenue-producing opportunities. - Oversee the day-to-day operations for multiple departments, including but not limited to: Imaging Department (Mammography, X-Ray, CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine), EVS, Plant Operations, Security - Oversee the development and submission of capital and operating budgets; manage expenses; monitor budget variances; and, implement corrective action, when necessary - Prepares financial and workflow analyses for programs and operations as needed to evaluate effectiveness, efficiency and to assist in developing strategic plans - Participate in business development planning and analysis related to facility needs and regulatory requirements to focus on necessary infrastructure - Work with the Facilities, Engineering, Design & Construction, and other departments for specific construction/renovation projects, as necessary - Responsible for ensuring that all JCAHO guidelines for Environment of Care Emergency Preparedness standards are communicated and met. Work with the Division Emergency Management Team in the design, coordination, and implementation of emergency operation plans, procedures and training (for internal and external events). - Support the implementation and on-going education of the Hospital Incident Command System (HICS) throughout the organization, the key element of the CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial Emergency Operations Plan, including supporting the following responsibility areas: Security and Safety, Communications, Training, Operations, Logistics, Planning, Finance and Operations. - Responsible for two Hospital-wide Emergency Preparedness Drills per year, one of which must include a coordinated response with local emergency services. - Participate with internal and external task forces, committees, and agencies regarding emergency preparedness including those at the hospital, local, state, and federal levels. - Develop an Annual Report on the Emergency Operation Plan, and present the annual report and program critiques to the Emergency Management Team and Environmental Safety Committee as part of the Environment of Care standards. - Work with Accreditation and Regulatory Affairs and Corporate Compliance to ensure that all departments are provided information on JCAHO Emergency Management standards andmonitor compliance to these standards. Investigate and research best practices with respect to emergency preparedness, attend seminars, benchmark with other institutions and obtain resource material for review. - Develop and maintain the Emergency Operations Plan Manual (both hard copy and on-line), and ensure that an updated version of the manual is available at least annually, and the plan meets JCAHO standards. - Attend Emergency Preparedness meetings with external agencies at the local, regional and state levels. Serves as a CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial representative regarding emergency preparedness, when appropriate. Reports outcomes, decisions, recommendations to Administration and appropriate sub-committees. - Serves on: Environment of Care Committee, Emergency Management Team, and Hospital Preparedness Program. - Attends committee meetings as necessary, records minutes of meetings and distributes, and interacts appropriately with staff that make contact with the Safety office.
Job ID
2021-153411
Department
Operations
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Sugar Land Hospital
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-SUGAR LAND
1. Works with senior leadership to develop and implement a system-wide Human Resources strategy and initiatives, which support, align and maximize the overall performance of the organization in its achievement of the strategic plan, corporate values, mission and vision. 2. Formulates the departmental annual budget and operates the department within budgetary constraints. 3. Create short and long term recruitment and employment initiatives and strategies based on organizational objectives, market supply and demand and employment forecasts. 4. Assures that recruitment and selection processes comply with uniform guidelines and that human resources staff and hospital managers are trained in interviewing/selection procedures; assures appropriate and cost-effective recruitment and advertising methods are used and that relevant quality indicators are created and monitored to track employment effectiveness. 5. Coordinates the hiring of new employees and providers to ensure the ongoing effectiveness of the hospital orientation program. 6. Works closely with management and employees to improve work relationships, build morale, increase productivity and retention. 7. Demonstrate skills of delegation and direction to others, utilizing good working relationship and communication behaviors. 8. Supports and encourages staff involvement in the facility-wide PI program. 9. Consults with managers and employees on human resources policy interpretation, procedures, and programs, including FMLA and ADA issues. 10. Provides day to day performance management guidance to line management (i.e. coaching, counseling, career development, disciplinary actions). 11. Manage and resolve complex employee and labor relations issues. Conducts effective, thorough and objective investigations. 12. Conduct regular meetings with respective business units. 13. Consult with line management providing HR guidance when appropriate 14. Assures that assigned staff maintains fully developed competencies in all aspects of labor relations and legal compliance processes and those individual employees are held accountable for achieving required performance levels and customer service standards. 15. Assures compliance with all components of collective bargaining agreements and hospital policies / standards / procedures through interpretation and consultation to management. 16. Maintain in-depth knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of employees, reducing legal risks and ensuring regulatory compliance. Partner with legal department as needed/required. Work with attorneys to prepare (and, in some instances, present) cases for arbitration review. 17. Consults with management and acts as a liaison on organization changes including business unit restructure, role redesign, workforce planning, talent management and succession planning. 18. Consults with Workers’ Compensation Department and SAH employees about work injuries; intercedes, as appropriate, when HR intervention is required for employees participating in transitional duty assignments. 19. Assesses the education and training needs for business units and skills development and coaching for managers and staff; designs and implements training and/or works closely with Clinical Education RN to design and implement in-service training and programs. Participates in evaluation and monitoring of success of training programs. Follow-up to ensure training objectives are met. 20. Works with LEARN/Education Administrator, ensuring staff compliance with mandatory education requirements. 21. Assures compliance (including guidance and interpretation) with all human resources related components of policies, union contracts, Joint Commission standards and Federal and Oregon State laws; updates and/or designs new employment policies, procedures, and guidelines to assure accurate reference documentation exists both internal and external to HR. 22. Analyze trends and metrics in partnership with national, regional and local HR and SAH leadership to develop solutions, programs and policies. 23. Works consultatively and in close collaboration with members of the Human Resources staff, and SAH managers to accomplish goals. 24. Assists in conducting market studies and in resolving compensation issues and problems as required. 25. Assists with design, communication, and implementation of compensation programs. 26. Assures appropriate human resources-related recordkeeping systems and documentation is maintained related to incident reports, disciplinary actions, etc. 27. May be responsible for special assignments and/or projects.         #missioncritical
Job ID
2021-155777
Department
Human Resources
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Anthony Hospital
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
OR-PENDLETON
- Works with the Administrator, consultants, and facility staff in planning all aspects of nursing services to include interface with other disciplines and departments. Establishes priorities and job assignments; monitors department activities, communicates policies, evaluates performance, provides feedback and assists, coaches, redirects and disciplines as needed. - Maintains records, manages budgets and supplies, and functions as a member of Administration. Ensures equipment and work areas are clean, safe and orderly, and any hazardous conditions are addressed; ensures BSI, infection control, isolation, fire safety, and sanitation practices and procedures are followed. - Conducts regular rounds and monitors resident activity, assesses residents` physical and psychosocial status, and monitors care activities and documentation to ensure the delivery of nursing care according to the physicians orders, care plans, government standards and facility policies; ensures medication administration is as ordered in accordance with nursing standards and facility policies. Manages admissions, transfers, and discharge of residents; communicates with residents, family members and management regarding resident status. - Monitors employee relations, assists with recruitment, maintains high morale and continually strives to improve staff retention; ensures effective communication, prompt problem resolution, and positive supervisory practices. - Develops, updates, revises and regularly reviews nursing policies and protocols to ensure compliance and minimum standards of care. - Supervises, conducts, and participates in department and facility education activities and staff meetings. Ensures units are staffed with appropriate number of qualified personnel. - Participates in the assessment and delivery of care when needed. Investigates and resolves complaints received in a timely and effective manner.
Job ID
2021-161696
Facility / Process Level : Name
Burleson St. Joseph Manor
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-CALDWELL
Responsible for management of all facets of Medical Staff Services.  Continually identify, monitor, and implement key measures and processes that are intended to improve and enhance the medical staff services role.  Responsible for credentialing and privileging of medical staff and allied health professionals as well as any related administrative, budgetary, and regulatory duties that impact the Medical Staff Services department.  These duties include but are not limited to the following:  participation in credentialing/privileging activities, professional liability reviews, IT systems administrator for MSS, participation and oversight of the Credentials Committee meetings, supervision of employees, budget preparation/financial analyses, written/verbal correspondence with external agencies or individuals, continuous quality improvement, performance and process improvement, medical staff education, and strategic planning.  Performs duties in accordance with that of CHI St. Luke's Health policies and procedures, and regulatory agency guidelines.  Fosters and promotes positive working relationships with medical staff, and peers.  Displays professional, safe conduct in all interactions. Displays conduct in support of CHI St. Luke's Health Memorial Mission & Vision. 
Job ID
2021-154219
Department
Medical Staff Services
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Health - Memorial - Lufkin
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-LUFKIN
This position has responsibilty for Good Samaritan, St. Francis, and Plainview.   JOB SUMMARY / PURPOSE The Director of Mission Integration (DMI) is a critical executive-level leadership position tasked with fully integrating the organization’s mission, vision and values as well as its heritage, ethics and identity into the environment, processes, policies and procedures of the organization.  The DMI will have responsibility for multiple hospitals/ministry sites in which they will have executive oversight of and provide leadership and direction of “Mission Services”, including but not limited to Spiritual Care, Community Benefit, Ethics, Formation, Workplace Spirituality, and Ecclesial Relations.  In collaboration with the local Presidents and local Mission Contacts/Chaplains, the DMI has a particularized responsibility to help guide and lead all employees, as “mission integrators” to ensure the mission and values of the organization are inherently alive and fully integrated. This position will encompass Ministry Sites in the Midwest Division and serve as a member of the senior executive leadership team of all the hospital sites under their purview with a direct reporting “solid line” to the SVP, Mission Integration. ESSENTIAL KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES - Has the authority to interview, hire, orient, terminate, promote, train and conduct performance evaluations. - Assigns day-to-day work activities; directs the functional and technical job performance of team members. - Allocate and direct staffing needs to meet patient, unit and department needs, and collaborate with others to ensure overall staffing needs are met. - Mange 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. - Lead the delivery of the “Mission Integration” segment for all New Employee Orientations with the resources provided by the Division Mission Office including presenting on topics of heritage, mission, vision, values, identity, ethics, spiritual care, community benefit, workplace spirituality, ERDs, Sponsorship, and seeks ways of offering this material to other potential stakeholder orientations including physicians, executives, board members. - Lead opportunities for formation at all hospitals whether through Formation-in-the-Moment opportunities, the provided division virtual resources or specific formation programs/presentations for various stakeholder groups such as physicians, executives, boards, management and employees. In collaboration, seeks to create an annual education program related to Mission Integration. - Leading and otherwise ensuring and providing for opportunities to encourage and celebrate “spirituality in the workplace” through the environment, language, people, prayers, prayer services, rituals, feast days, division virtual offerings, blessings and other traditions of the ministry sites. - Prepares and manages celebrations related to the history and heritage of the hospital locations and their respective founding congregation(s) as well as the history and heritage of Catholic Health Initiatives and CommonSpirit Health. - Collaborates with the Division VP, Theology and Ethics, ensuring a process is in place at all hospitals under their purview to manage ethics consultation requests and serving as a member of the Ethics Committee(s), providing ongoing formation and education of said ethics committee(s) members particularly related to the ERDs (Ethical and Religious Directives of Catholic Health Care Services in the United States, Edition VI) and ensuring ethics-related, sacramental, ecclesial and chaplain policies are current, reviewed and updated. - Cultivates and maintains healthy relationships with various community clergy for the communities of the hospitals under their purview as well as positive overall ecclesial relationships in consultation and collaboration with the DSVPMI. - In collaboration with the with the Community Benefit Office, offer support, directly or indirectly, to all the hospitals under their purview to ensure the provision for Community Benefit including the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), the follow-up action Implementation Plan, recording data in the CBISA software and providing an annual report. Serves as a leader or member of the Healthy Communities Coalition and ensures programs are aligned with the hospital and communities under their purview. - In partnership with the Division Director of Mission and Pastoral Care, directly or indirectly ensuring the high-quality delivery of Spiritual Care/Pastoral Care/Chaplain services, including ensuring that patient, family, and staff emotional and spiritual needs are met by a (certified) Chaplain, including but not limited to insuring that Spiritual Care Services / Chaplains visit and are present for patients, families and staff, as well as for inter-disciplinary care teams (i.e., huddles, palliative care), as well as Codes where appropriate as well as offer resources for prayers and spiritual/devotional reading, as well as conduct and respond to emotional and spiritual needs assessments as well as ensures the provision of Sacraments for Catholic patients. Serves as manager to Chaplains/Chaplain Departments of the hospitals and ministry sites under their purview. - As a member of the Senior Executive Team of all their respective Ministry Sites, attending all Senior Executive Team as well as all Monthly Management meetings. - Maintain regular presence and provide leadership to the “Mission Committee” of the ministry sites under their purview. - As a part of the “staff” of the local Community Board(s) for the hospitals under their purview, attending such meetings as well as preparing and presenting a Mission Integration report to the Board(s) of the respective hospitals under their purview as well as offering a Formation Opportunity exercise. - Depending on structure of the local hospitals, meeting other duties as assigned including but not limited to the Spiritual Care Department as well as Community Benefit/Healthy Communities as well as Ethics as well as other departments/initiatives as well as, optionally, depending on hospital needs, supervising personally or through a direct-report Manager, the Volunteer Department, the Advocacy Department, the Gift Shop, the Reward and Recognition Committee, and the Development Department.
Job ID
2021-157698
Department
Mission Integration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Good Samaritan
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-KEARNEY
This position has responsibility for CUMC-Bergan Mercy, Lakeside, and Midlands.   JOB SUMMARY / PURPOSE The Director of Mission Integration (DMI) is a critical executive-level leadership position tasked with fully integrating the organization’s mission, vision and values as well as its heritage, ethics and identity into the environment, processes, policies and procedures of the organization.  The DMI will have responsibility for multiple hospitals/ministry sites in which they will have executive oversight of and provide leadership and direction of “Mission Services”, including but not limited to Spiritual Care, Community Benefit, Ethics, Formation, Workplace Spirituality, and Ecclesial Relations.  In collaboration with the local Presidents and local Mission Contacts/Chaplains, the DMI has a particularized responsibility to help guide and lead all employees, as “mission integrators” to ensure the mission and values of the organization are inherently alive and fully integrated. This position will encompass Ministry Sites in the Midwest Division and serve as a member of the senior executive leadership team of all the hospital sites under their purview with a direct reporting “solid line” to the SVP, Mission Integration. ESSENTIAL KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES - Has the authority to interview, hire, orient, terminate, promote, train and conduct performance evaluations. - Assigns day-to-day work activities; directs the functional and technical job performance of team members. - Allocate and direct staffing needs to meet patient, unit and department needs, and collaborate with others to ensure overall staffing needs are met. - Mange 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. - Lead the delivery of the “Mission Integration” segment for all New Employee Orientations with the resources provided by the Division Mission Office including presenting on topics of heritage, mission, vision, values, identity, ethics, spiritual care, community benefit, workplace spirituality, ERDs, Sponsorship, and seeks ways of offering this material to other potential stakeholder orientations including physicians, executives, board members. - Lead opportunities for formation at all hospitals whether through Formation-in-the-Moment opportunities, the provided division virtual resources or specific formation programs/presentations for various stakeholder groups such as physicians, executives, boards, management and employees. In collaboration, seeks to create an annual education program related to Mission Integration. - Leading and otherwise ensuring and providing for opportunities to encourage and celebrate “spirituality in the workplace” through the environment, language, people, prayers, prayer services, rituals, feast days, division virtual offerings, blessings and other traditions of the ministry sites. - Prepares and manages celebrations related to the history and heritage of the hospital locations and their respective founding congregation(s) as well as the history and heritage of Catholic Health Initiatives and CommonSpirit Health. - Collaborates with the Division VP, Theology and Ethics, ensuring a process is in place at all hospitals under their purview to manage ethics consultation requests and serving as a member of the Ethics Committee(s), providing ongoing formation and education of said ethics committee(s) members particularly related to the ERDs (Ethical and Religious Directives of Catholic Health Care Services in the United States, Edition VI) and ensuring ethics-related, sacramental, ecclesial and chaplain policies are current, reviewed and updated. - Cultivates and maintains healthy relationships with various community clergy for the communities of the hospitals under their purview as well as positive overall ecclesial relationships in consultation and collaboration with the DSVPMI. - In collaboration with the with the Community Benefit Office, offer support, directly or indirectly, to all the hospitals under their purview to ensure the provision for Community Benefit including the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), the follow-up action Implementation Plan, recording data in the CBISA software and providing an annual report. Serves as a leader or member of the Healthy Communities Coalition and ensures programs are aligned with the hospital and communities under their purview. - In partnership with the Division Director of Mission and Pastoral Care, directly or indirectly ensuring the high-quality delivery of Spiritual Care/Pastoral Care/Chaplain services, including ensuring that patient, family, and staff emotional and spiritual needs are met by a (certified) Chaplain, including but not limited to insuring that Spiritual Care Services / Chaplains visit and are present for patients, families and staff, as well as for inter-disciplinary care teams (i.e., huddles, palliative care), as well as Codes where appropriate as well as offer resources for prayers and spiritual/devotional reading, as well as conduct and respond to emotional and spiritual needs assessments as well as ensures the provision of Sacraments for Catholic patients. Serves as manager to Chaplains/Chaplain Departments of the hospitals and ministry sites under their purview. - As a member of the Senior Executive Team of all their respective Ministry Sites, attending all Senior Executive Team as well as all Monthly Management meetings. - Maintain regular presence and provide leadership to the “Mission Committee” of the ministry sites under their purview. - As a part of the “staff” of the local Community Board(s) for the hospitals under their purview, attending such meetings as well as preparing and presenting a Mission Integration report to the Board(s) of the respective hospitals under their purview as well as offering a Formation Opportunity exercise. - Depending on structure of the local hospitals, meeting other duties as assigned including but not limited to the Spiritual Care Department as well as Community Benefit/Healthy Communities as well as Ethics as well as other departments/initiatives as well as, optionally, depending on hospital needs, supervising personally or through a direct-report Manager, the Volunteer Department, the Advocacy Department, the Gift Shop, the Reward and Recognition Committee, and the Development Department.
Job ID
2021-157477
Department
Mission Integration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Creighton University - Bergan Mercy
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
This position is responsible for St. Elizabeth, Nebraska Heart, St. Mary's, and Schuyler.   JOB SUMMARY / PURPOSE The Director of Mission Integration (DMI) is a critical executive-level leadership position tasked with fully integrating the organization’s mission, vision and values as well as its heritage, ethics and identity into the environment, processes, policies and procedures of the organization.  The DMI will have responsibility for multiple hospitals/ministry sites in which they will have executive oversight of and provide leadership and direction of “Mission Services”, including but not limited to Spiritual Care, Community Benefit, Ethics, Formation, Workplace Spirituality, and Ecclesial Relations.  In collaboration with the local Presidents and local Mission Contacts/Chaplains, the DMI has a particularized responsibility to help guide and lead all employees, as “mission integrators” to ensure the mission and values of the organization are inherently alive and fully integrated. This position will encompass Ministry Sites in the Midwest Division and serve as a member of the senior executive leadership team of all the hospital sites under their purview with a direct reporting “solid line” to the SVP, Mission Integration. ESSENTIAL KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES - Has the authority to interview, hire, orient, terminate, promote, train and conduct performance evaluations. - Assigns day-to-day work activities; directs the functional and technical job performance of team members. - Allocate and direct staffing needs to meet patient, unit and department needs, and collaborate with others to ensure overall staffing needs are met. - Mange 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. - Lead the delivery of the “Mission Integration” segment for all New Employee Orientations with the resources provided by the Division Mission Office including presenting on topics of heritage, mission, vision, values, identity, ethics, spiritual care, community benefit, workplace spirituality, ERDs, Sponsorship, and seeks ways of offering this material to other potential stakeholder orientations including physicians, executives, board members. - Lead opportunities for formation at all hospitals whether through Formation-in-the-Moment opportunities, the provided division virtual resources or specific formation programs/presentations for various stakeholder groups such as physicians, executives, boards, management and employees. In collaboration, seeks to create an annual education program related to Mission Integration. - Leading and otherwise ensuring and providing for opportunities to encourage and celebrate “spirituality in the workplace” through the environment, language, people, prayers, prayer services, rituals, feast days, division virtual offerings, blessings and other traditions of the ministry sites. - Prepares and manages celebrations related to the history and heritage of the hospital locations and their respective founding congregation(s) as well as the history and heritage of Catholic Health Initiatives and CommonSpirit Health. - Collaborates with the Division VP, Theology and Ethics, ensuring a process is in place at all hospitals under their purview to manage ethics consultation requests and serving as a member of the Ethics Committee(s), providing ongoing formation and education of said ethics committee(s) members particularly related to the ERDs (Ethical and Religious Directives of Catholic Health Care Services in the United States, Edition VI) and ensuring ethics-related, sacramental, ecclesial and chaplain policies are current, reviewed and updated. - Cultivates and maintains healthy relationships with various community clergy for the communities of the hospitals under their purview as well as positive overall ecclesial relationships in consultation and collaboration with the DSVPMI. - In collaboration with the with the Community Benefit Office, offer support, directly or indirectly, to all the hospitals under their purview to ensure the provision for Community Benefit including the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), the follow-up action Implementation Plan, recording data in the CBISA software and providing an annual report. Serves as a leader or member of the Healthy Communities Coalition and ensures programs are aligned with the hospital and communities under their purview. - In partnership with the Division Director of Mission and Pastoral Care, directly or indirectly ensuring the high-quality delivery of Spiritual Care/Pastoral Care/Chaplain services, including ensuring that patient, family, and staff emotional and spiritual needs are met by a (certified) Chaplain, including but not limited to insuring that Spiritual Care Services / Chaplains visit and are present for patients, families and staff, as well as for inter-disciplinary care teams (i.e., huddles, palliative care), as well as Codes where appropriate as well as offer resources for prayers and spiritual/devotional reading, as well as conduct and respond to emotional and spiritual needs assessments as well as ensures the provision of Sacraments for Catholic patients. Serves as manager to Chaplains/Chaplain Departments of the hospitals and ministry sites under their purview. - As a member of the Senior Executive Team of all their respective Ministry Sites, attending all Senior Executive Team as well as all Monthly Management meetings. - Maintain regular presence and provide leadership to the “Mission Committee” of the ministry sites under their purview. - As a part of the “staff” of the local Community Board(s) for the hospitals under their purview, attending such meetings as well as preparing and presenting a Mission Integration report to the Board(s) of the respective hospitals under their purview as well as offering a Formation Opportunity exercise. - Depending on structure of the local hospitals, meeting other duties as assigned including but not limited to the Spiritual Care Department as well as Community Benefit/Healthy Communities as well as Ethics as well as other departments/initiatives as well as, optionally, depending on hospital needs, supervising personally or through a direct-report Manager, the Volunteer Department, the Advocacy Department, the Gift Shop, the Reward and Recognition Committee, and the Development Department.
Job ID
2021-157476
Department
Mission Integration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Saint Elizabeth Reg Med Ctr
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-LINCOLN
  This position will be over the ICU, PCU, and Burn JOB SUMMARY / PURPOSE Contributes to the fulfillment of the CHI Health Mission and Vision by planning, designing, implementing and maintaining programs, policies, and management systems in all facets of patient care administration in assigned departments. Leads the integration of services between departments to assure patient-centered care needs are met and quality, cost-effective care improvements are achieved.  Serves as a behavior role model and promotes an awareness and understanding of positive ethical and moral principles. ESSENTIAL KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES - Has the authority to interview, hire, orient, terminate, promote, train and conduct performance evaluations. - Assigns day-to-day work activities; directs the functional and technical job performance of team members. - Allocate and direct staffing needs to meet patient, unit, and department needs, and collaborate with others to ensure overall staffing needs are met. - Manage performance including: Setting goals, clarifying job expectations, monitoring performance progress, providing feedback and recognition, developing skills and addressing performance issues related to work and our Commitments using corrective action. - Demonstrates accountability for achieving operational, financial, and strategic measures. - Promotes a culture of customer service focused on patients, families, visitors, physicians, other departments and the community. Ability to work effectively and collaboratively in a diverse and multi-cultural environment. - Establishes and maintains cooperative and collaborative relationships with the CHI Health, academic partners, vendors and Independent Medical Staff. - Develops and implements programs and processes to support patient, employee and physician engagement. - Maintains a collegial and cooperative relationship with the other ancillary, support, and service line leaders, working as a team to implement efficiencies, economies and best practices. - Demonstrates responsibility for maintaining and updating knowledge/skills in the fields of nursing, health care management and areas of responsibility. Participates in appropriate professional organizations and develops a professional network. - Assures appropriate level of understanding, awareness and compliance with all applicable regulatory, federal, state and agency laws, guidelines and professional standards. - Participates in all safety, security and infection control programs. - Demonstrates work practices consistent with CHI Health and department-specific safety, security and infection control policies. - Other duties as assigned by leader and organization. #icu #pcu #rn
Job ID
2021-162870
Department
Cardiac ICU
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Saint Elizabeth Reg Med Ctr
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-LINCOLN
Job ID
2021-163223
Department
Medical / Surgical Acute
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Midlands
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-PAPILLION
- Strategic business planning, development, and implementation - Marketing, Business Development, Outcomes and Utilization Management, Performance Improvement, Information Systems, and Billing/Collections.Operating and capital budget development and management. Responsible for overall performance according to budget. - Recruitment and retention, performance review and staff career development initiatives, and termination of employment with appropriate approval. Works with the leader in development, implementation, and on-going administration of a shared decision making model. - Supervision and direction of staff, Coordinates clinical and technical operations in accordance with institutional, state, and federal standards. Ensures exceptional customer service is modeled and provided by all staff members. - Reviews, Establishes, and revises department policies and procedures, as necessary, to ensure compliance with DNV and other regulatory requirements. - Works with the administrative team on space and resource allocation within the department and prioritization of resource needs based on the implementation of new service programs and goals of the organization. Acts as liaison between Imaging and other departments related to medical imaging initiatives and procedures, and Assists with existing or new medical imaging endeavors. - Ensures that all quality control programs, including audits and accreditation standards, are maintained in accordance with DNV, ACR, ARRT, TDH, and regulatory agencies. - Actively Participates on inter-disciplinary teams and committees within CHI and S: Clinical Apps Team to ensure function and efficiency of the PACS/RIS systems, Imaging Leadership to coordinate strategic planning for system initiatives - Continually enhances professional competence, both clinical and managerial. Participates in professional and community organizations.
Job ID
2021-162265
Department
Cardiovascular Diagnostics
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Health–Patients Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-Pasadena
This position has responsibility for Immanuel, Mercy-Council Bluffs, Lasting Hope, Mercy-Corning, and Missouri Valley.   JOB SUMMARY / PURPOSE The Director of Mission Integration (DMI) is a critical executive-level leadership position tasked with fully integrating the organization’s mission, vision and values as well as its heritage, ethics and identity into the environment, processes, policies and procedures of the organization.  The DMI will have responsibility for multiple hospitals/ministry sites in which they will have executive oversight of and provide leadership and direction of “Mission Services”, including but not limited to Spiritual Care, Community Benefit, Ethics, Formation, Workplace Spirituality, and Ecclesial Relations.  In collaboration with the local Presidents and local Mission Contacts/Chaplains, the DMI has a particularized responsibility to help guide and lead all employees, as “mission integrators” to ensure the mission and values of the organization are inherently alive and fully integrated. This position will encompass Ministry Sites in the Midwest Division and serve as a member of the senior executive leadership team of all the hospital sites under their purview with a direct reporting “solid line” to the SVP, Mission Integration. ESSENTIAL KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES - Has the authority to interview, hire, orient, terminate, promote, train and conduct performance evaluations. - Assigns day-to-day work activities; directs the functional and technical job performance of team members. - Allocate and direct staffing needs to meet patient, unit and department needs, and collaborate with others to ensure overall staffing needs are met. - Mange 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. - Lead the delivery of the “Mission Integration” segment for all New Employee Orientations with the resources provided by the Division Mission Office including presenting on topics of heritage, mission, vision, values, identity, ethics, spiritual care, community benefit, workplace spirituality, ERDs, Sponsorship, and seeks ways of offering this material to other potential stakeholder orientations including physicians, executives, board members. - Lead opportunities for formation at all hospitals whether through Formation-in-the-Moment opportunities, the provided division virtual resources or specific formation programs/presentations for various stakeholder groups such as physicians, executives, boards, management and employees. In collaboration, seeks to create an annual education program related to Mission Integration. - Leading and otherwise ensuring and providing for opportunities to encourage and celebrate “spirituality in the workplace” through the environment, language, people, prayers, prayer services, rituals, feast days, division virtual offerings, blessings and other traditions of the ministry sites. - Prepares and manages celebrations related to the history and heritage of the hospital locations and their respective founding congregation(s) as well as the history and heritage of Catholic Health Initiatives and CommonSpirit Health. - Collaborates with the Division VP, Theology and Ethics, ensuring a process is in place at all hospitals under their purview to manage ethics consultation requests and serving as a member of the Ethics Committee(s), providing ongoing formation and education of said ethics committee(s) members particularly related to the ERDs (Ethical and Religious Directives of Catholic Health Care Services in the United States, Edition VI) and ensuring ethics-related, sacramental, ecclesial and chaplain policies are current, reviewed and updated. - Cultivates and maintains healthy relationships with various community clergy for the communities of the hospitals under their purview as well as positive overall ecclesial relationships in consultation and collaboration with the DSVPMI. - In collaboration with the with the Community Benefit Office, offer support, directly or indirectly, to all the hospitals under their purview to ensure the provision for Community Benefit including the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), the follow-up action Implementation Plan, recording data in the CBISA software and providing an annual report. Serves as a leader or member of the Healthy Communities Coalition and ensures programs are aligned with the hospital and communities under their purview. - In partnership with the Division Director of Mission and Pastoral Care, directly or indirectly ensuring the high-quality delivery of Spiritual Care/Pastoral Care/Chaplain services, including ensuring that patient, family, and staff emotional and spiritual needs are met by a (certified) Chaplain, including but not limited to insuring that Spiritual Care Services / Chaplains visit and are present for patients, families and staff, as well as for inter-disciplinary care teams (i.e., huddles, palliative care), as well as Codes where appropriate as well as offer resources for prayers and spiritual/devotional reading, as well as conduct and respond to emotional and spiritual needs assessments as well as ensures the provision of Sacraments for Catholic patients. Serves as manager to Chaplains/Chaplain Departments of the hospitals and ministry sites under their purview. - As a member of the Senior Executive Team of all their respective Ministry Sites, attending all Senior Executive Team as well as all Monthly Management meetings. - Maintain regular presence and provide leadership to the “Mission Committee” of the ministry sites under their purview. - As a part of the “staff” of the local Community Board(s) for the hospitals under their purview, attending such meetings as well as preparing and presenting a Mission Integration report to the Board(s) of the respective hospitals under their purview as well as offering a Formation Opportunity exercise. - Depending on structure of the local hospitals, meeting other duties as assigned including but not limited to the Spiritual Care Department as well as Community Benefit/Healthy Communities as well as Ethics as well as other departments/initiatives as well as, optionally, depending on hospital needs, supervising personally or through a direct-report Manager, the Volunteer Department, the Advocacy Department, the Gift Shop, the Reward and Recognition Committee, and the Development Department.
Job ID
2021-157475
Department
Mission Integration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Immanuel
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Attains completion of department goals/objectives as identified at last performance appraisal. - Accesses the quality of care rendered by the Nursing department and ensures sound nursing practice, as well as supports the Hospital Risk Management program. Assures development of program policies, and procedures that respond to the changing times in healthcare; Policies/Procedures updated per policy; Innovative changes are made in department. - Select qualified nursing service personnel and ensure adequate orientation. - Coordinates facility Quality Improvement Program, serves as chair of the Quality Committee and reports on quality to the board of directors. - Acknowledge problem situations and initiates action to resolve. - Perform employee evaluations; administer discipline & counseling, including termination of employees who do not provide care consistent with CMH values and policies. - Delegate responsibilities within legal guidelines based on capabilities of co-workers. - Verifies staff credentials and maintains a system which indicates qualifications, experience, and accomplishments of each member of the Nursing Department. - Establishes and maintains job specifications and descriptions for nursing personnel. - Coordinates information and maintains the nursing policy and procedures manuals for review by regulatory agency surveys. - Keeps administration informed of the nursing department’s activities, needs and problems. - Investigates irregularities and policy violations and take corrective action. Reviews incident reports and directs appropriate action. - Develops and monitors work schedules. Work hours and duty assignments of Nursing personal; effect changes as needed. Ensures all shifts are adequately covered. Reviews patient census and makes nursing rounds on a regular basis. - Works with the Medical Staff to ensure proper operation of departments, facility and medical staff requirement. - Maintains professional level of leadership and communicates effectively with staff and department. - Maintains positive representation of the department by demonstrating initiative in recognizing and responding to co-workers workload and assists in completing their assignments when feasible. Understands the function of other positions in the department so coverage can be maintained in relief situations. - Oversees utilization review process.
Job ID
2021-162515
Department
Nursing Administration
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Alexius Turtle Lake
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Turtle Lake
  Expectations: - Lead acute care teams and service line operations - Promote transparency through effective communication and report distribution - Oversees quality of patient care to assure delivery of individualized nursing care - Take a partnering approach when collaborating with clinical and non-clinical departments
Job ID
2021-156092
Department
Nursing Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St Vincent Hot Springs
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AR-HOT SPRINGS
Expectations: As the Director of OB, you will have proven skills beyond the respected nursing practice. You are a confident leader with the ability to drive optimizations with a diplomatic approach. You also enjoy serving as a mentor to others with a hands-on approach to learning and engagement. You are an advocate for our smallest patients and genuinely care about the development of the healthcare teams caring for them.     Leadership: Obstetrics (OB) and Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU) Nursing - Serve as a connection point between healthcare professionals, patients and resources - Establish, implement, and track departmental goals with relevant and realistic benchmarks - Monitor quality care provided by RNs and other healthcare team members - Allow positive outcomes and data to drive clinical strategy - Serve as mentor to clinical staff by providing coaching to promote career growth and enhanced nursing skills - Establish a positive environment for patients and caregiver Operations - Responsible Fiscal Budgeting and Tracking - Process Improvement - Strategic Initiatives - Timely Reporting - Hiring and Staffing
Job ID
2020-119176
Department
Obstetrics/Gynecology
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Saint Joseph London
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
KY-LONDON
- 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
- 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
2021-163538
Department
Cardiac Support Unit
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
- Responsible to manage assigned sections both clinically and technically in accordance with institutional, state and federal standards. - Develop and manage operating and capital budgets, including directing creative strategies to lower costs while maintaining/enhancing quality; Responsible for overall performance according to budget. - In accordance with our Faithful Loving Care initiative, ensure that exceptional customer service is modeled and provided by assigned departments to patients, family, visitors, co-workers and physicians. Serve as a focal point of communication between members of assigned modalities, department staff and management. - Review and recommend department policies/procedures to ensure continuity and compliance with TJC and other regulatory requirements. - Provide daily supervision/direction of staff. Direct recruitment, staffing, counseling, documentation and discharge of personnel, assuring adequate and competent staffing on all shifts. Oversee training of clerical and technical staff to ensure operational proficiency. Maintain staffing model for staffing effectiveness. - Ensure appropriate space and allocation, prioritizing imaging resource needs based on goals of the organization. Participate in the planning, design and construction required for new and replacement equipment. - Participate in both short and long range planning, developing new procedures with appropriate coding, choosing capital equipment and determining FTE requirements. Monitor and approve supply expenditures including cost/benefit analysis and competitive bidding for capital equipment. - Ensure that quality control programs, including audits and accreditation standards, are maintained in accordance with TJC and regulatory agencies. -  Liaison between Radiology and other departments related to medical imaging initiatives and procedures; assist with existing or new medical imaging endeavors and other duties as assigned for patient care initiatives.
Job ID
2021-163537
Department
Cardiac Cath Recovery
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
- 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
2021-162686
Department
Emergency Services
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Brazosport
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-LAKE JACKSON
- 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
2021-154705
Department
Nursing Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
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