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I. Job Summary / Job Purpose (briefly state why this job exists in 3-5 lines)
The Director will be instrumental in supporting the Dignity Health Community Care Board and committees. The position will work closely with the EVP Sponsorship & Governance and board of directors.
II. Key Responsibilities (list 5-8)
- Severs as staff member/support for Dignity Community Care Board (DCC) and Oversight Committees;
- Works with DCC board leaders and management staff on agenda development; drafts and maintains agendas; prepares drafts of minutes and tracks meeting follow-up items; monitors necessary board approvals; maintains annual plan for topics requiring review by DCC;
- Responsible for the preparation and posting of materials on Diligent, the board portal;
- organizes and oversees board orientations, board education, as needed, for DCC;
- support meetings of various sizes, complexities and locations as requested by the EVP, Sponsorship and Governance;
- organizes and oversees CIA training, as necessary;
- assists EVP, Sponsorship and Governance with national governance policies, Charters, etc.
Location is Chattanooga, TN
Leader – Corporate Responsibility
This position serves as the local entity(ies) (herein referred to as entity) corporate responsibility officer (CRO). This position is accountable for administering CHI’s Corporate Responsibility Program (CRP) which addresses and provides a framework for compliance with CHI’s Standards of Conduct (Our Values and Ethics at Work) and all applicable laws and regulations.
This individual functions in an independent and objective manner. This position is a member of the entity’s senior leadership team and routinely meets with the entity CEO/administrator and executive leadership team. This position reports to and is accountable to the Regional CRO and has dotted-line reporting responsibility to the entity CEO and board compliance oversight committee.
Serves as the executive oversight for all aspects of the entity CRP and provides expertise and guidance on matters involving legal and regulatory compliance.
Administers, updates, monitors and oversees CHI’s comprehensive, uniform CRP at the entity level in support of Federal guidance regarding the elements of effective compliance programs.
Assists the Regional CRP Privacy Officer in administering, updating, monitoring and overseeing CHI’s comprehensive, uniform privacy program for the entity. May serve as the entity Privacy Officer or may coordinate with and assist the entity Privacy Officer in Privacy/Security investigations.
Reports on a regular basis to the Regional CRO, and to the entity CEO, CRP oversight committee and board compliance oversight committee on compliance matters and the progress of the CRP. Chairs or co-chairs with another CRO within the division, the entity CRP Committee and serves as a lead staff support to the entity’s board compliance oversight committee. Coordinates the applicable meeting calendar, agendas, materials and minutes.
Maintains expert working knowledge of and disseminates applicable laws and regulations; and oversees and coordinates investigative and enforcement activities affecting the entity.
Oversees and coordinates internal and external resources to ensure adequate, independent system–wide auditing and monitoring resources are devoted to identified compliance risk activities. May have responsibility for conducting compliance audits to identify compliance risks.
Coordinates and oversees internal and external CRP investigations and complaints through resolution. May have responsibility for conducting compliance audits to identify compliance risks.
Participates in professional industry groups and development opportunities to further the effectiveness of CRP and lend voice to regulatory and legal compliance matters. May serve as a compliance subject matter expert in a specific compliance area through coordination with the Regional CRO.
May supervise local CRP staff assigned and be responsible for hiring, performance evaluations, coaching and developing staff
Leader, Finance Transformation
LOCATION can be at any System Office - Chicago, Denver or San Francisco
The Finance Transformation Leader serves as a key finance resource and strategic business partner to the Executive Leadership Team (ELT) and members of executive management, at the local level, on matters related to finance, financial operations, CommonSpirit Health’s Office of Integration and Transformation (OTI) goals and initiatives, strategic decision making and the development of programs, processes and infrastructure to enhance system performance. The position translates system objectives to CommonSpirit Health operating units in collaboration with executive management for the purpose of facilitating the operating units’ financial and strategic success and works with operating unit financial leadership and system functions to ensure the effective operation of the operating units’ financial affairs.
Leads CommonSpirit Health’s multi-year synergy and transformation efforts in collaboration with OTI, other executive management, Service Area Leaders, CFOs and constituents. Crafts a vision, gain alignment and motivate others toward its achievement. Works closely with CommonSpirit Health OTI leadership and outside advisors on identifying, evaluating, implementing, validating and tracking synergy opportunities and performance improvement plan progress.
Identifies system revenue enhancement and expense reduction opportunities. Partners with other senior management on the communication and implementation plans for such opportunities. Serves as change leader and delivers business value with new efficiencies in processes and infrastructure, leveraging emerging technology as appropriate.
Provides leadership and expertise developing and executing strategies that enhance the organization’s financial stability and growth. Provides insight and analysis to the Executive Leadership Team regarding the financial implications of strategic decisions. Coordinates with system executives and functions to bring required resources to operating units to maximize efficient and effective operations and facilitate system initiative and goals. Reports directly to CommonSpirit Health Health’s Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.
LOCATION: Any Service Office (San Francisco, Sacramento, Glendale and Denver CO)
The Manager, Community Benefit Reporting is responsible for ensuring implementation of community benefit reporting policies, systems and standards across a national, 140-hospital not-for-profit health system. The position is focused on creating and delivering training and education, consultation/technical assistance and tools to help hospitals and the health system achieve process improvements for efficiency, accuracy, compliance and strategic value.
Working with the Leader of Community Health and Benefit and the Analyst, Community Benefit Reporting, the Manager is a subject matter expert who supports hospital staff in community health, finance and accounting, and other departments in identifying and reporting community benefit programs and expenses. The position works closely with health system staff to design and refine reporting procedures and tools, and it addresses questions about reportable community benefit activities.
The Manager participates in community benefit compliance assurance and demonstration of value aligned with mission, including for community benefit reports to federal and state government agencies, community health needs assessments and implementation strategies, and related communications internally and to community stakeholders.
Essential Key Job Responsibilities:
- Maintains current and detailed knowledge of regulatory requirements (e.g., IRS Form 990 Schedule H, IRC Sec. 501(r)), national guidelines (e.g., Catholic Health Association and others), organizational policies and CommonSpirit Health’s practices and resources for community benefit reporting.
- Leads the design and creation of instructional materials and tools to equip staff and executives with the knowledge to implement accurate and compliant reporting at the local level.
- Delivers training, consultation and technical assistance to enable and ensure the implementation of community benefit reporting regulations, guidelines, policies and practices.
- Works closely with finance and accounting staff to manage community benefit expense reporting.
- Reviews community benefit reporting practices to ensure compliance with federal and state requirements, including for community health needs assessments, implementation strategies and community benefit reports.
- With the Leader of Community Health and Benefit addresses questions about reportable community benefit, and builds and maintains a community benefit knowledge management system accessible to health system and hospital staff.
- Participates in the design and development of community health and community benefit reports that make strategic use of community benefit data.
Position Summary:The radiology tech, under general supervision, performs a variety of fixed and portable radiographs according to department quality standards. This position requires providing care/service to a critically ill through rehabilitating newborn through geriatric patient population in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional/developmental age of the individual served.
Specific job duties and responsibilities:
- Develop the key skill sets, capabilities and capacity to support CommonSpirit Health’s need to effectively translate strategic priorities into operations.
- Lead the integration and coordination of system integration initiatives across all divisions, markets and care sites.
- Lead and manage change through influencing matrixed resources to achieve system-wide performance improvement initiatives.
- Influence and guide innovative thinking regarding efficiency and process improvement to achieve well defined goals and objectives.
- Utilize extensive operations leadership experience to build relationship between national/corporate functions and delivery sites.
- Lead significant operational improvements in areas such as LOS, productivity, revenue cycle performance, pharmacy strategy, supply chain, ancillary services, quality, safety and patient experience. .
- Determine the capacity of various value capture teams to ensure they remain focused on outcomes, particularly through the implementation/execution phases. Recognize the diversity of skills (e.g., analytical, operational, change leadership), experience and levels that will be required for this team to be successful; then act to ensure results occur.
Work in full alignment with CommonSpirit Health’s mission and values. Demonstrate these values while building strong teams and consensus around transformational strategies.
Job Summary / Purpose
Oversees acute care coordination practice in CommonSpirit hospitals. Leads development and implementation of processes and projects to achieve operational efficiencies through coordination of systems and programs focused on system strategies, performance improvement, and increased organizational effectiveness. Accountable for standardizing acute care policies, practices, work flow, utilization management, and data reporting within the system. Partners with national and division team leaders to maintain quality patient care and adherence to all relevant compliance activities.
Essential Key Job Responsibilities
Provides overall strategic direction for activities and functions of acute care coordination departments in an efficient and cost-effective manner to improve quality patient care, reduce costs, and increase the degree of system integration.
Partners with the population and community health executives to ensure coordination between acute care and the affiliated medical groups and health plans.
Guides care coordination activities according to the needs, requirements, and policies of individual medical centers/hospitals and appropriate federal and state agencies, in accordance to standard professional practices.
Implements utilization management systems to decrease inappropriate admissions, excessive lengths of stay and medical necessity denials. Implements systems to ensure appropriate classification of patients treated within the acute care setting. Provides direction and management for the system Internal Physician Advisor Services (IPAS).
Partners with all acute care departments to streamline the patient transition from acute to community/post-acute services.
Leads system-wide development and maintenance of emergency department service line.
Work includes: 1) overseeing financial management of the physician enterprise, including monitoring budgets, productivity measures and other internal controls to assure defined targets and maximum performance measures are attained; 2) recommending/overseeing capital improvements such as upgrading clinic facilities, including construction/renovation of structures and purchase of new equipment; and 3) leading/implementing initiatives, programs and projects to monitor, evaluate, integrate and improve overall physician enterprise operations and quality of care in line with healthcare reform mandates and new organizational/delivery models.
Key contacts include CHI-FH/CHI Leadership, independent physician group leaders, physicians and other healthcare professionals to gain acceptance of recommendations regarding new programs/systems/policies and financial/performance improvement opportunities. Effective performance requires a high degree of professionalism and the ability to interact effectively with a wide variety of internal/external entitles/stakeholders to significantly increase the growth, visibility and financial viability of the assigned hospital.
Responsibilities require considerable knowledge of healthcare reform concepts and organizational models, technologies and physician enterprise operations sufficient to take advantage of important synergies/opportunities in contract administration, cost containment, business growth/development, information systems support and regulatory compliance.
- Provides executive oversight with respect to all aspects of patient care within the CHI-FH Physician Enterprise clinics and ensures the application of consistent practices relating to clinical/administrative operations, customer service, human resources activities and overarching CHI standards; collaborates with medical staff to develop and implement new clinical systems and programs to enhance existing services and raise the standard of care for the patient population served; ensures timely and effective execution of key strategic plans, priorities and objectives.
- Cultivates and maintains professional relationships with community constituents and other external entities/stakeholders to foster opportunities for enhanced community interaction/involvement, revenue enhancement/increased market share, and to positively impact public perception and brand awareness.
- Serves as a member of the CHI-FH Senior Leadership Team and, as such, provides effective strategic vision, leadership and direction in the overall management of the organization; collaborates with other SLT members in the company-wide evaluation of strategies, priorities and policies, and to determine the need for change to accommodate shifting business priorities, conditions and objectives and to facilitate overall standardization, integration and operational continuity.
- Determines operating capital resources needed to accomplish the business objectives of the Physician Enterprise and leads/oversees activities and resources in a manner that is fiscally-responsible and in accordance with CHI/CHI-FH policies and standards; leads and oversees the preparation of the annual operating budget, exercising effective cost control by monitoring and adjusting expenses as needed to stay within budget; approves expenditures within defined scope of responsibility; identifies negative variances and directs the development of action plans to document, address and effectively resolve in a timely manner; keeps appropriate parties apprised of all issues with potential for budgetary impact.
Short- and Long-Term Planning:
- Keeps abreast of national best practices and develops strategic programs that become best practices; ensures the ongoing assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the organization to better identify future needs, priorities and challenges; evaluates existing systems/program/priorities and future potential to make recommendations for growth, expansion, new services and solvency of existing services based on market demographics and facility/service line volume projections; directs the development of methodologies for measuring impact, return on investment and/or effectiveness in meeting overall objectives and achieving expected results.
- Directs, leads and/or oversees the development, implementation and evaluation of systems/initiatives/programs impacting the entire organization to facilitate performance/process improvements in keeping with strategic objectives and regulatory requirements; conducts ongoing assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the assigned functions) to better understand/identify future needs and challenges; evaluates existing systems/priorities and future potential to make recommendations for performance/process improvement initiatives; develops/presents comprehensive recommendations regarding the viability of specific projects and plans/directs process improvement initiatives/projects to ensure achievement of business objectives.
- Ensures full compliance with internal/external legal and regulatory standards and requirements, and that effective controls are in place and fully functioning to preclude improprieties from occurring; monitors the effectiveness of current practices in meeting expectations and producing desired results consistent with federal, state and regulatory requirements.
- Keeps abreast of changing regulatory requirements and regulations, clinical and professional standards, changing customer demographics and competitive industry practices impacting the Physician Enterprise, as well as organizational initiatives/changes with potential to impact current strategies, programs and resources; determines nature/scope of impact and implements effective responses/solutions while maintaining acceptable service/quality/productivity levels and financial balance.
Staff Management and Development
- Directs and evaluates the work of subordinate management staff in accordance with the content, spirit and intent of applicable internal/external regulations and standards for human resource management; makes employment decisions, establishes performance standards and evaluates management performance; educates, guides, counsels and develops management staff and addresses performance management concerns and technical issues elevated by subordinates as beyond their scope of authority.
- Ensures the development and execution of effective marketing strategies and promotional materials that are designed to enhance awareness, expand market share and increase revenues to CHI-FH; identifies and implements strategies/opportunities to differentiate CHI-FH programs and services from those of other healthcare providers; participates in community awareness activities to promote clinical programs/services. Performs related duties as required.
CommonSpirit Health is the nation’s largest nonprofit health care organization serving 1 in 4 patients nation-wide. Our combined philanthropy revenue exceeds $200 million annually, generated through 83 foundations from across CommonSpirit Health’s 21 state service area. Through cutting edge technology, innovative communications strategies, and best-in-class donor relations, CommonSpirit Health is a leader in the field of philanthropy in the United States. Our Philanthropy focuses on local hospital needs, local and system “bright spots” such as our commitment to Community Health Roadmaps, Opioid Abuse, and Human Trafficking, and overall community health. With system philanthropy offices in Colorado Springs, Denver, Phoenix and San Francisco, there are more than 300 employees dedicated to advancing CommonSpirit Health’s mission through philanthropy.
The Vice President of Philanthropy Strategy and Governance is responsible for the visioning and implementation of ongoing, comprehensive strategy and governance, in support of and in concert with the mission of CommonSpirit Health philanthropy. This position reports to the Executive Vice President, Chief Philanthropy Officer and can be located throughout the United States with a preference for our 21 state footprint.
- Leads, consults (in house counsel) and facilitates the foundation board development activities to enhance fundraising and board engagement. Promotes, facilitates governance advisement, board orientation and training. Communicates and implements best practices in governance throughout philanthropy.
- Proactively manages the annual strategic planning process for the national philanthropy office and foundations with complete analysis of trends, forecasting, and predictive measures.
- Provides leadership on recruitment, orientation, on-boarding, retention, and training of all foundation staff to include responsibility for professional development enterprise wide.
- Serves as the philanthropy liaison on all philanthropy executive recruitments.
- Leads the on-going training and professional staff development program to include oversight of internal conferences and monthly educational series.
- Implements and directs a program for career path runways for philanthropy staff.
- Serves as the Chief of Staff to the Executive Vice President of Philanthropy to support development and implementation of major projects for the department, and in collaboration with the other philanthropy executive leaders.
Keeps the organization’s mission, vision and values at the forefront of decision making and action.
Ensures that the patient perspective is a driving force behind our actions and business decisions; crafting and implementing service practices that meet patients’ and own organization’s needs. (Focus also includes internal and external customers).
Identifies opportunities and takes action to build strategic relationships between one’s area and other areas, teams, department, units or organizations to help achieve business goals.
Resolves issues and problems, and makes a significant contribution to team efforts.
Demonstrates breadth and/or depth of professional/technical skills and capabilities required for position; shares knowledge; sets or contributes to the Company’s direction within area of expertise.
Interacts with others in a way that gives them confidence in one’s intentions and those of the organization.
Philanthropy is one of the most powerful expressions of compassion, and compassion is what drives us. CommonSpirit clinicians are poised to deliver more than $4 billion in charity care every year. Our Foundation helps to provide for the people living in our communities by championing philanthropic investments aligned with our mission of providing that charity care. If you feel you meet the qualifications and experience we are seeking and are driven by compassion and serving others, we welcome the opportunity to speak with you. Imagine your career at CommonSpirit Health!
Under the direction of the SVP, Corporate Strategy & Transformation and the SVP, Market Strategy & Development (and in coordination with the Service Area CSOs), supports the development and implementation of corporate strategy for CommonSpirit Health, including the translation and alignment across the markets. Leads teams, initiatives and processes to support and realize organizational objectives, identifies and advances transformational strategies, and work across teams to review opportunities and drive innovation.
Drives corporate positioning and evaluates new business/portfolio opportunities in concert with the strategy team and other national functions. Works closely with the strategy & business development leader in supporting and aligning functions and processes associated with growth, including: strategic planning and alignment, multi-market program and service development and capital planning.
- System Strategy Development, Alignment & Implementation
Plays a pivotal role in the development and implementation of current and future strategies that will position CommonSpirit Health as an industry leader in driving new delivery models (integrated delivery network of the future) and impacting social determinants of heath. Works closely with strategy and business development to translate and engage the markets in aligning around the system strategy
- National Strategy Support
Provides support to other functional areas within CommonSpirit Health as a strategy team representative (i.e. payor strategy and relationships; supply chain; mission integration, advocacy, marketing, communication, strategic innovation, M&A, other)
- National Service Line Support
Provides strategy leadership and support to the clinical enterprise in system level service line planning processes and initiatives
- Finance Collaboration
Collaborates w/ Finance in LRFP development and business planning structures and tools to support national work streams and initiatives
- Strategic Assessment
Performs industry-wide environmental scans and high level competitive assessments to identify and support system strategic initiatives. Collaborates with the strategy team on the development of analytics tools to support strategic planning, service line planning and LRFP.
- CSO support
Supports the CSO team and works with key internal and external stakeholders to ensure growth strategies are effectively deployed and results are monitored. Supports CSO’s and other functional leaders in business development and strategy initiatives and questions as requested.
- Market knowledge
Provides in-market knowledge and feedback regarding issues and execution of corporate processes to assist in design and rapid local implementation
- Portfolio Management
Serves as thought leader working with the mergers and acquisition team in the review of broad geographic and market-based strategies supporting the on-going analysis and refinement of the CommonSpirit portfolio.
- Promotes corporation and ensures positive stakeholder relations.