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Job Summary As a member of the division / market strategic and operational team, the DRMO is responsible for the identification, design, implementation, sustainment and evaluation of CommonSpirit Health’s risk management program designed to reduce the frequency and probability of loss and establish robust risk management operations at the division, market and facility level. This work includes the identification, analysis and management of potential and actual risk exposures (worker, patient, visitor, reputational, and environmental), claim management facilitation, insurance operations interface, information systems utilization and risk finance analysis. Together with national, division, market and facility senior leaders, the DRMO ensures the appropriate level and type of risk management resources are available, competent and capable of carrying out risk management responsibilities.     Key Responsibilities - Consult and provide support to division leaders on potential or actual risk management issues including informing them of potentially serious safety, risk or claim issues which may have significant financial and / or reputational repercussions including acquisitions, divestitures, service line expansions and other strategic initiatives. - Collaborate with Corporate Responsibility and Legal Services to provide consultation, direction, support, and coaching to facility operations leaders on the investigation, analysis and action plan development following a high-profile risk event such as an allegation of abuse, drug diversion, an unexpected patient, visitor or worker death, large scale privacy breach, complex ethical dilemma, or criminal activity.  This investigation may or may not include a root cause analysis. - Collaborate with Patient Safety and Claim Operations on the implementation and evaluation of an Enterprise-wide process for early disclosure, communication and resolution, including financial, when unintended deviations in care result in patient harm. - Collaborate with Patient Safety on creating a proactive high reliability culture at the division level through the analysis of loss trends, aggregate incident data, complaint and grievance patterns, safety indicators and other risk factors. Utilize this analysis to prevent future losses, reduce harm and increase risk awareness within the division. - Identify service lines or departments with either actual or potential high risk of employee, visitor, environmental, or patient harm/losses and conduct a risk assessment or identify internal or external resources capable of performing the assessment.  Work with risk owners and other key stakeholders to an action plan to address gaps.  - Partner with division, market and facility leaders in the hiring, orientation, management, evaluation and professional development of individuals responsible for the risk management function.  Professional development includes coaching, mentoring, and elevating the role, visibility and credibility of the risk manager within the facility. - Attend, as a permanent member, division committees including Nurse Executive Council, Quality and Values, Risk and Safety, Ethics, Complaint and Grievance, Medical Staff and other Division committees as appropriate. Provide support to key stakeholders to ensure risk-related policies comply with accrediting agencies, state statutes, federal mandates and other regulatory organizations. #DHLeader
Job ID
2019-88220
Department
Risk Management
Facility
Dignity Health System Office
Job Location
US-CA-Rancho Cordova
Optional Work Location
US-CA-BAKERSFIELD
Optional Work Location
US-CA-Glendale
Optional Work Location
US-AZ-Phoenix
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Position Summary:   The Vice President, Division Payer Strategy and Relationships is responsible for providing strategic leadership and direction for all Payer Strategy and Relationship related activities, including but not limited to: developing and implementing Division payer strategy; building payer relationships; negotiating payer contracts; driving strategic market share growth; optimizing reimbursement rates and contract language; recruiting, leading, and developing personnel; performing financial analysis; and other payer strategy and relationship related activities for specific Divisions. The Vice President role will create and maintain successful relationships with customer stakeholders - including third party insurers, physician organizations, employers, government sponsors and other key partners.  Accountabilities include designing and achieving local payer strategy objectives, maintaining effective operational linkages to Strategy, Operations & Finance executives, Revenue Cycle Management, linking to National PSR strategic payer and product initiatives, and partnering with physician organization leaders in designing, contracting, and marketing IDNs and services. The Vice President is a key member of the PSR and Division senior leadership team.   Core Duties: - Participates as member of the Division(s) senior leadership team and member of the Payer Strategy and Relationships (PSR) Leadership Team - Manages the Division(s) PSR team - Responsible for Division payer strategy and relationships and contracts with new and existing payers to further drive a clear and effective reimbursement strategy, contract renewal planning process, negotiation, implementation, and outcomes in relation to budgeted and forecasted performance requirements as set forth by national and local Division(s) senior leaders. - Establishes, and maintains positive, strategic interactions and relationships with payers, employers, and providers within the Division(s) - Engages in effective communication with internal stakeholders to ensure key contract terms and requirements are successfully implemented to ensure optimal contract performance - Recommends annual goals and reports progress each quarter - Stays current with emerging payer trends, new reimbursement methodologies, and State and National regulatory issues, plan benefits, payer activity, products and delivery channels including health insurance exchanges, market competition, etc. - Participates in establishing the composition, pricing, and management of fee and value-based payment and risk arrangements in support of CommonSpirit Health’s Healthier Communities strategy - Develops, implements, and maintains value-based payment and risk arrangements in conjunction with national standards & guidelines.  - Supports the strategic objectives of its IDNs, population health, and care management initiatives through directly engaging payers and employer customers, including CSH employee health benefits - Acts as Subject Matter Expert and thought leader regarding network asset and value creation in terms of affordability, access, and reputation for quality and outcomes - Participates in and contributes to CommonSpirit Health’s National Payer Strategy through sharing best practices, developing contract performance goals, key metrics, network development, reimbursement and language guidelines, revenue realization, and other applicable work streams - Collaborates with Advocacy Required Knowledge: - Demonstrated ability to set and maintain multiple priorities in an environment with shifting priorities, while providing accurate deliverables in a timely fashion. - Must be self-motivated, and able to take ownership of projects/assignments. - Must be a team player with excellent follow-up and customer service skills. - Will have strong leadership skills and will develop and maintain a high-functioning team - Possess strong strategic insights, financial acumen, analytical competencies, and strong negotiating skills - Strong interpersonal, verbal, and writing skills. - Interpersonal skills in dealing with internal/external stakeholders and team members #DHLeader
Job ID
2019-92067
Department
Managed Care Contracting
Facility
Corporate Office - KERP
Job Location
US-NE-Omaha
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
In accordance with the mission and philosophy of Dignity Health, the EEG-EKG-EMG Technician is a professional caregiver who assumes responsibility and accountability for the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of care for patients and their families This position is responsible for operating and maintaining diagnostic equipment to obtain data for use by physicians in the diagnosis of organic heart, brain, nerve and muscle disorders under the direction of the Department Manager of Cardiopulmonary Services. Incumbents in this position shall comply with all applicable laws and rules including the Dignity Health Standards of Conduct and Dignity Health policies and procedures that apply to his/her job responsibilities, seek guidance when in doubt, promptly report any potential or suspected violation of Dignity Health Standards of Conduct, Dignity Health policy or procedure or applicable laws/regulations and when requested, assist Dignity Health personnel in investigating all allegations of violation. When called upon, the incumbent shall assist in risk evaluation and work collaboratively with facility/entity leaders to implement, monitor and mitigate risk corrective plans outlined by the Compliance program.
Job ID
2020-104284
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Facility
Sequoia Hospital
Job Location
US-CA-REDWOOD CITY
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Position Summary:   This position is responsible for providing general and administrative support for the Vice President, Facility Management, Energy and Infrastructure.   Core Duties and Accountabilities: - Performs various secretarial and administrative duties. - Maintains daily calendars, schedules appointments and conferences, and make necessary travel arrangements. - Assembles and distributes necessary background materials for scheduled meetings. - Attend meetings, upon request, to organize and transcribe meeting minutes. - Coordinate departmental and external videoconference and WebEx meetings. - Organizes meeting agendas and ensures proper distribution. - Frequently interface at the management level both internally and externally on matters relating to activities and requirements. - Independently compose routine correspondence and non-routine complex letters from verbal instruction. - Review materials prepared by others for supervisor's signature to assure procedural and typographical accuracy. - Handle requests which require detailed knowledge of department policies and procedures. - Distribute, update, and manage electronic documents. - Compile confidential data from various sources and integrate into reports. - Independently contact appropriate sources to obtain necessary information. - Assist with special projects accurately adhering to tight deadlines. - Preparation, processing, and tracking of legal documents and contracts. - Provide administrative assistance as requested for software applications including departmental specific programs (i.e. Axiom, Concur, Ceridian, Workday, Kronos, and Lawson). - Uses Lawson to retrieve information on invoices, payments, purchase orders, status and other information as requested. - Process and reconcile expense reports and monthly charge card reports. - Compile, document, code and prepare invoices for approvals. - Other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2020-103294
Department
Real Estate Operations
Facility
Dignity Health System Office
Job Location
US-AZ-Phoenix
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job ID
2020-102331
Department
Home Health and Hospice
Facility
American Nursing Care
Job Location
US-OH-Zanesville
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Position Summary   The Manager of Infrastructure is responsible for providing project coordination for the Building Infrastructure Program across Dignity Health’s multi state healthcare system.  Specific responsibilities include; facilitates capital project planning, manages design and construction related activities; coordinates capital planning and infrastructure needs assessment with facilities; improves program results; maintains relationships with authorities having jurisdiction; provides project communications; assists in preparing project scope/budgets; and monitors and reports on project expenses.   This position will co-manage the system wide infrastructure program with two other Manager positions to provide the greatest project coverage.  The position will utilize capital planning and equipment maintenance software tools to facilitate the effective and timely use of capital resources.  In addition, the Manager of Infrastructure works in partnership with local hospital administrations and colleagues to provide technical assistance and reporting to improve long term facility sustainability.   Duty to Support the Mission, Philosophy, and Values   The Manager of Infrastructure carries out his/her duties by adhering to the highest standards of ethical and moral conduct, acts in the best interest of Dignity Health and fully supports Dignity Health’s Mission, Philosophy and core values of Collaboration, Dignity, Excellence, Justice, and Stewardship.   This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the mission of Dignity Health, and the goals and objectives of the Corporate Real Estate Department. It is expected that the incumbent demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values and Behavioral Competencies for Leadership of Dignity Health.   Reporting Relationships   This position reports directly to the Area Director, Facility Services, Corporate Real Estate and interfaces with the Hospital Executives, Service Area leadership, and Dignity Health Legal Counsel and retained counsel, as needed, for all infrastructure projects, and special projects as assigned.       Scope of Accountabilities   - Manage project planning, budgeting, implementation, communications, and leadership reporting for all infrastructure projects. - Communicates program effectiveness and project status through periodic meetings with Area Director’s, System Director, and Vice President, Corporate Real Estate. - Communicates program effectiveness and project status to hospital management and Service Area leadership through periodic project meetings. - Utilizes resource models to maximize cost savings by balancing the use of internal and external project management resources to balance an efficient mix of professionals to meet the goals of Dignity Health. - Achieves financial objectives for identified projects by forecasting requirements; scheduling and monitoring expenditures; analyzing variances; and initiating corrective actions. - Serves as a liaison between the hospital, Service Area, Corporate teams to improve working relationships between service delivery teams, including suppliers and third party contractors. - Maintains relationships with authorities having jurisdiction by monitoring compliance with federal, state, and local requirements; periodic communication and meetings; facilitating project reviews; facilitating problem solving between agencies, owner and consultants; and monitoring change. - Ensures effective communication within Corporate Real Estate (CRE) on important issues, concerns, problems or anticipated problems that might impact system, group, facility and/or CRE performance and outcomes. - Achieves results by communicating corporate and facility expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising project results; and initiating, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, and procedures. - Oversees and works with local leadership teams to determine the degree of compliance with applicable standards, specifically in the areas of Joint Commission - Environment of Care, CMS, Title 22 California Administrative Code, OSHPD, NFPA, OHSA, Safety Management, Security Management, Bio-Hazardous Waste and Hazardous Materials Management and Waste. - Ensures staff training in approved practices and procedures related to proper facility maintenance techniques. - Assists in the development of system-wide policies supporting the best thinking in the industry towards ensuring that Dignity Health has a highly performing Facility Services team - Integrates people, process and technology to maximize the performance of Facility Services to meet or exceed system needs and expectations and achieve stated business objectives. - Partners internally/externally to ensure the use of best practices ~LI-DH #DHLeader
Job ID
2020-102619
Department
Real Estate Operations
Facility
Dignity Health System Office
Job Location
US-CA-Pasadena
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Please note - This position is located in Denver, CO. Job Summary:The Real Estate Financial Lease Analyst is responsible for the day-to-day operations associated with collecting, interpreting, and insuring the accuracy and the integrity of the data contained in the Lawson (or equivalent) lease management system. The position involves providing the Accounting and other Dignity Health Department‘s accurate and timely information for the payment of lease obligations and the collection of lease payments as well as generating lease management, tracking and operational reports.  Accountabilities: - Assist the CRE manager with the lease renewal process with tenants and landlords, including preparation of FMV documentation & certification, preparing NPV worksheets, submittal to legal for document preparation and legal approval. - Manage the acquisition of information from brokers, appraisers, title officers, legal and associated tasks in preparation for real estate transactions. - Manage the lease execution process, including lease distribution to all related individuals; assure insurance requirements are met, obtaining W9 information from landlords. - Manage the Tenant Improvement Reimbursement process, assuring all owed reimbursement from landlords are collected. - Manage and research of vendor payments, including the preparation of documentation to obtain purchase orders (PO), obtain approval of invoices and submit for payment, tracks payments against PO. - Maintain and update the Dignity Health Owned Property Database.  - Assist in preparing  analysis and reports for real estate transactions including, but not limited to: - Due diligence for new acquisitions and sales. - Joint ventures and mergers. - Request for Proposals (RFPs) for MOB developments and associated projects. - NPV analysis. - LOI preparation. - Dignity Health leases and real estate transaction processes. - Tenant signage. - Maintaining legal log. - Prepare adhoc reports from Dignity Health Lease Real Estate Database. - Coordinate meetings and provide administrative support for Managers of Corporate Real Estate Services, including assisting in preparation of Power Point presentations, Webex, telephone support and the submission of Lease Services Request to Legal. - Assist in the preparation of  RFP respondent comparison and analysis spreadsheets for developer selection process. - Assist with the analyze property financial statements, rent rolls, operation expenses and proposed proforma’s. - Gather and evaluate economic, demographic and other associated real estate market data. - Prepare periodic power point presentations for hospital and corporate senior management projects. - Maintain various Real Estate Services Guidelines and Processes. - Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; benchmarking state-of-the-art practices; participating in professional societies.   ~LIDH Travel - less than 10% - Minimum travel
Job ID
2020-97350
Department
Real Estate Operations
Facility
Dignity Health System Office
Job Location
US-CO-Englewood
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Summary / Purpose: The System VP Women’s and Infants Clinical Institute is responsible for leading and developing strategies for the Women’s and Infants Clinical Institute and service line and serves in a dyad with a physician leader. This position provides clinical and administrative leadership across the multidisciplinary care continuum for this specialty, leads the adoption of clinical quality standards and performance improvement initiatives to reduce harm to patients, improve measurable outcomes, eliminate unnecessary variation in cost and quality while enhancing care coordination. This position identifies strategic opportunities for growth, caregiver engagement and patient experience.   The System VP Women’s and Infants Clinical Institute is a key member of the CommonSpirit Health clinical leadership team, directly interacting with executive leaders across the organization and contributing to the ministry becoming a system of choice through an integrated operating organization with health culture built on relationships, trust and teamwork. This role will make significant contributions to the development and implementation of system and local strategy, transformation to a clinical enterprise, successful physician alignment strategies, achievement of patient experience and employee engagement goals, and achieving budgets. This position is responsible for organizing service line approaches that impact nearly 100,000 births a year. Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Collaborates closely on all topics with the physician executive dyad leader for the Women’s and Infants Clinical Institute. - Provides direction, expertise, leadership, education, vision, and strategic resources to CommonSpirit Health ministries. - Leads the organization in the identification of goals, development of strategies for implementation and adoption to ensure organizational improvements and outcomes are achieved. - Develops strategic objectives and priorities for system initiatives, engaging senior leadership, women’s and infants’ leaders, practicing clinicians and patients to identify program strategies, goals, and metrics to enhance care across the care continuum, utilizing identified best practices. - Oversees the development and expansion of clinical quality initiatives, to include implementation and adoption of care standards and pathways for the clinical institute. - Leads the development and deployment of systematic dashboards and scorecards. - Develops infrastructure and foundation at the local and system level to utilize and assess data analytics to drive quality and performance outcomes, strategic decision making, and enhanced value. - Leads the development of innovative models of care delivery. - Strategizes to find cost savings opportunities. - Provides leadership for new program development related to the advent of new technology and identifies centers of excellence across CommonSpirit divisions. - Provides leadership and support, collaborating with Payer Strategy Innovation and others on the development of risk-based payment models, such as bundled payment. - Develops division clinical research opportunities, in conjunction with community research services, which promote expanded division and local involvement in research activities. - Serves as a liaison to all system groups and coordinates directly with other system groups to ensure alignment and synergies. - Stays current on women’s and infants industry perspectives. - Leads, manages and mentors system Women’s and Infants Clinical Institute team members.   Managing Multiple Priorities: Ability to manage multiple concurrent objectives, projects, groups, or activities, making effective judgments as to prioritizing and time allocation.   Conflict management: Anticipate, recognize, and deal effectively with existing or potential conflicts at the individual, group, or situation level.   Patient/Customer Focus: Demonstrate patient and consumer perspective is a driving force behind actions and business decisions.   Accountability: Holds self and others accountable to achievement of goals.   Technical Competence: Demonstrates breadth and/or depth of professional/technical skills and capabilities required for executive leadership.   Building Partnerships & Teamwork: Takes initiative to build strategic relationships to help achieve desired outcomes.   Building Trust: Interacts with others in a way that gives them confidence in one’s intentions and those of the organization.   Leading Through Mission, Vision & Values: Keeps the organization’s mission, vision and values at the forefront of associate decision making and action.   Judgement and Decision Making: Understands of the need to carefully evaluate the impact of emerging business situations and ability to select and assertively communicate actions and activities that maximize organizational performance.   Systemic Perspective: Able to utilize various methods and techniques to frame problems and situations from the perspective of their impact on the entire system and to make appropriate action plans and take the right risks.   The job summary and responsibilities listed above are designed to indicate the general nature of the work performed within this job. They are not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all job responsibilities required of employees assigned to this job. Employees may be required to perform other duties as assigned. #DHLeader
Job ID
2020-94617
Department
Women's Center
Facility
Dignity Health System Office
Job Location
US-CA-Rancho Cordova
Optional Work Location
US-CA-San Francisco
Optional Work Location
US-CA-Glendale
Optional Work Location
US-AZ-Phoenix
Optional Work Location
US-CO-Englewood
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Summary / Purpose The System VP, Payer Strategy Innovation is responsible for leading initiatives on behalf of the Payer Strategy & Relationships (PSR) function to create innovative and transformative payer strategies, relationships and agreements that drive the future of CommonSpirit Health by optimizing revenue and increasing the number of people we serve. This role will lead the Payer Strategy Innovation team in developing payer strategies to advance strategic partnerships, merger/acquisition activities, new care delivery/service reimbursement models, enterprise business line integration, value-based agreement strategy and growth, and overall efforts to innovative payer strategies to maximize value for CommonSpirit Health. This role positions CommonSpirit Health for sustainable financial performance through sophistication and innovation in payer strategies and the translation of provider/system value into payer reimbursement strategies. The System VP of Payer Strategy Innovation is a key member of the CommonSpirit Health leadership team, directly interacting with executive leaders across the organization and contributing to the ministry becoming a system of choice through an integrated operating organization with a healthy culture built on relationships, trust, & teamwork. This role will make significant contributions to the development and implementation of system and local strategy, transformation to a clinical enterprise, successful physician alignment strategies, achievement of patient experience & employee engagement goals, and achieving budgets. This position is responsible for innovative payer strategies that impact payer agreements with over $13B of annual net revenue and over 2M people attributed to value-based agreements.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities 1.      CommonSpirit Health System leader responsible for payer strategy innovation to advance strategic partnerships, merger/acquisition activities, new care delivery/service reimbursement models, enterprise business line integration, value-based agreement strategy and growth, and overall efforts to maximize the value of strategic payer partnerships. 2.      Directly engages with the senior leadership team across CommonSpirit Health to design strategic initiatives that influence payer and employer strategies for the entire ministry. 3.      Leads, manages, mentors and develops Payer Strategy Innovation team. 4.      Engages in cross-functional initiatives to drive integration and alignment across CommonSpirit Health to improve operational and financial performance, increase employee engagement, and deliver on our ministry’s commitment to improving the health of those we serve. 5.      Evaluates innovative payer partnership opportunities to ensure alignment with CommonSpirit Health’s transformative strategies and PSR’s National/Divisional strategic plans (JOA/JV, co-branded/white labeled payer products, preferred network partnership, narrow/tiered network partnerships, etc.). 6.      Develops, implements and monitors success of innovative national and local payer partnership strategies to drive sustainable financial performance. 7.      Acts as the System PSR lead for all payer-related merger, acquisition and divestiture activities. 8.      Translates value generated from CommonSpirit Health providers, Clinically Integrated Networks/ACOs, and population health management programs into payer contracts and reimbursement models. 9.      Designs strategy and manages system participation and performance in novel innovative care models to ensure appropriate reimbursement models accompany program participation. 10.  Designs and implements reimbursement strategies for new services/care delivery models to optimize revenue and margin (telehealth, hospital at home, etc.). 11.  Collaborates with System and Division Finance, Legal, Enterprise Business Line, Strategy and Business Development, and Clinically Integrated Network Operations areas to advance the alignment and accountability model in order to maximize the value of CommonSpirit Health payer contracts. 12.  Stays current with emerging payer trends, new reimbursement methodologies, payer activity, products and delivery channels.   12-18 month expectations Success in this role will be evident in revenue generation and contribution margins achieved through fee-for service and value-based reimbursement effectiveness, and the organization's ability to translate provider/CIN/system value into effective value-based models that reward CommonSpirit Health for improving the health of defined populations while delivering affordable access and service excellence.   Key initial success indicators for this role include: Design and implement a high quality, integrated and aligned Payer Strategy Innovation structure that delivers value across the System. Develop reimbursement strategies and contracting guidelines for new services/care delivery models to optimize revenue and margin (telehealth, hospital at home, etc.). Deliver effective support across the System to advance payer-related merger, acquisition and divestiture activities. Demonstrate concrete and relevant operating income and contribution margin linkages between payer contracts and provider/CIN/system value generation.     Non-essential Job Responsibilities 1.      Educate key stakeholders on PSR initiatives and objectives 2.      Coordinate system reporting to address internal and external requests 3.      Other duties as required by PSR Leadership #DHLeader
Job ID
2019-92129
Department
Managed Care Contracting
Facility
Corporate Service Center
Job Location
US-CO-Englewood
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Summary / Purpose This role is responsible for Population Health operations and integration strategy at the national level. The position has three primary domains of responsibility: 1) Serve as the lead interface to the Operating Divisions to integrate Population Health fully into strategic planning, governance and operations of CommonSpirit Health, supporting the shift to value based care. 2) Develop and drive strategic initiatives, partnerships and transactions to support the expansion and enhancement of division and market-level value based operations. 3) Serve as the key administrative executive for the System SVP of Population Health to support an effective national enterprise. As a leader with extensive population health and operations experience for large health systems, this National leader will serve as one of four senior executives on the Population Health team, reporting to the System Senior Vice President of Population Health.    Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Responsible for designing short-term strategy and implementing the comprehensive Population Health operations and integration strategy that supports and delivers on CommonSpirit Health’s vision, values, goals, operating, and financial performance. - Drives the operational and financial success of Population Health strategy by partnering with National, Division and Market leadership, departments and business units to optimize readiness and facilitate the shift to value based care across CommonSpirit Health. Advises Division leadership in establishing or enhancing market-appropriate value based operations to carry out the strategy. Represents CommonSpirit Health in national and regional management, strategy, and policy venues. - Responsible for operational oversight of Administration, CIN Advisory, VBA Growth, IT and Communication functions for Enterprise Population Health. These functions promote a focused enterprise approach to population health through common measurement, best practices sharing, enabling technology, business planning, and financial returns. - Partners to identify and manage strategic partners, mergers and acquisitions and initiatives that advance value based growth and performance. Develops a consultative capability to enable the Enterprise Population Health team to be effective at scale. - Provides leadership and strategic direction to integrate operational assets such as Management Services Organizations (MSOs) to support value based infrastructure needs across the Enterprise. - Partners with Enterprise Population Health clinical leadership to facilitate and implement market-appropriate roadmaps, tools and playbooks. - Fosters a culture of data-driven improvement, humility, humanity, and kindness for the team. Develops a collaborative environment that drives a culture of customer service and quality focused on the end users throughout the enterprise. Creates an environment of trust, inspiring and empowering the team, to lead with minimal guidance. Accountable for the team’s success, supporting their growth, and a high level of employee engagement.   The job summary and responsibilities listed above are designed to indicate the general nature of the work performed within this job. They are not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all job responsibilities required of employees assigned to this job. Employees may be required to perform other duties as assigned. #DHLeader
Job ID
2020-103501
Department
Population Health Management
Facility
Corporate Service Center
Job Location
US-CA-San Francisco
Optional Work Location
US-IL-Chicago
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Summary   The Vice President of Digital Operations and Technical Innovation is responsible for delivering on the Digital Operations focus area (Tribe) strategy in partnership with Business Operation Leaders.  This includes leading strategic planning and Agile implementation to deliver prioritized digital products and ongoing coordination across Product Owners, while ultimately holding accountability for the delivery of the agreed-upon outcomes. This role is also responsible for leading the identification and incubation of new digital ideas, and driving the application of innovative technologies to CommonSpirit Health. Essential Key Job Responsibilities Individual   - In coordination with business leaders, establish Digital Operations vision, purpose and measurable business/customer KPIs; align with senior leadership on these elements - Provide strategic direction on Digital Operations initiatives and ensure operational and functional alignment, usability and adoption - Ensure cooperation and progress, and manage interdependencies between squads by working closely with Product Owners, Business Operations Leaders, users, and Digital leadership - Own 'garage lab' within Digital initiatives and lead digital projects focused on technological innovation - Manage intake process, pipeline, and prioritization for new digital innovations and ideas - Foster internal innovation via seminars, Hackathons, cross-organization collaborations relating to innovation, etc. - Evaluate and 'import' innovative technologies that support CommonSpirit digital strategy Shared   - Work with Business Operations Lead to ensure delivery on tribe objectives, and ensure product development plan is in sync with broader Digital and CommonSpirit strategy - Work with Product Strategy Lead (temporarily) and Outcomes Leads to test innovations that drive digital priorities and value - Support deployment of innovation initiatives in CommonSpirit in partnership with strategy innovation team #DHLeader
Job ID
2020-102923
Department
IT Digital Strategy
Facility
Corporate Office - KERP
Job Location
US-ANY - Remote Opportunity
Optional Work Location
US-AZ-Phoenix
Optional Work Location
US-IL-Chicago
Optional Work Location
US-CO-Englewood
Shift
Hidden (74235)
Employment Type
Full Time
Position Summary:To serve as the primary legal representative for an assigned CHI Region or Division and, in so doing, to personally deliver or to oversee, direct, and manage the delivery of all in-house and outside counsel legal services to MBOs within the assigned Region or Division.  The Vice President, Legal Services, and Regional General Counsel is also responsible for training, supervising, and evaluating Corporate Counsel and Paralegal(s) in their work for MBOs within the assigned Region or Division, as well as for serving on or assisting the CHI Legal Services Group in developing legal products and/or performing legal services for the CHI Healthcare System as a whole.  - Provide legal services, advice, and counsel to assigned CHI Region, Division, and Market Based Organization (MBO) management and boards, particularly with respect to corporate and operational actions, physician alignment strategies, and legal and regulatory compliance; serve as a member of interdisciplinary operations leadership team(s) for the assigned CHI Region, Division, and MBOs; and actively participate in board and management meetings. - Provide specific legal expertise to assigned CHI Region, Division, and MBOs with respect to applicable requirements of the Stark Law, AntiKickback Statute, Tax Exemption and Bond Financing Requirements, HIPAA, EMTALA, and other federal and state statutes, rules, and regulations that govern health care providers and systems. - Ensure assigned CHI Region, Division, or MBO compliance with CHI Governance Matrix, policies, and procedures, as applicable; serve as a champion or advocate for local adherence to such policies and procedures; and advise or educate CHI Region, Division, and MBO management and boards on updates or changes to same. - Draft, review, revise, and provide legal guidance on agreements and other documents with legal implications between the assigned CHI Region, Division, and MBOs and physician-owned entities, physician groups, and individual physicians; and, as requested or needed, between the assigned CHI Region, Division, and MBOs and vendors, especially with respect to large or complex vendor arrangements. - Maximize use of internal legal resources so as to decrease unnecessary reliance on outside legal resources; train, supervise, and evaluate direct report Corporate Counsel and Paralegal(s) in the performance of legal services for the assigned CHI Region, Division, or MBOs; and ensure consistent legal services are delivered within the Region, Division, or MBOs and across the CHI Healthcare System as a whole. - Serve as the primary contact between the assigned CHI Region, Division, or MBOs and outside counsel for purposes of determining the need to engage outside counsel on any particular project; enlist the services of outside counsel to cover projects that require a higher level of expertise, more human resources, or a more immediate turnaround time than is available in-house; oversee and manage the work of outside counsel on assigned projects; and regularly review outside counsel services to ensure appropriate use of time devoted to the performance of the services, as well as to achieve cost effectiveness/containment. - Serve as bridge and ensure good working relationships between legal staff (i.e., Corporate Counsel, Paralegals, and Assistants) dedicated to assigned CHI Region, Division, and MBOs and other members of the CHI Legal Services Group and between legal staff and other CHI groups. - Provide legal and strategic support to other CHI groups, task forces, and teams as designated or requested by the Senior Vice President, Legal Services, and General Counsel. - Perform other duties to support the work of the Legal Services Group as reasonably requested or assigned.   #DHLeader
Job ID
2019-84769
Department
Legal
Facility
Corporate Office - KERP
Job Location
US-NE-Omaha
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time