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CHI Living Communities in South Milwaukee is looking for an Administrator!
The Administrator directs the day to day functions of the assigned area(s) in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines, and regulations that govern long-term care facilities to assure the highest degree of quality care is provided to our residents at all times.
Essential Job Specific Duties/Responsibilities
- Operates the assigned area(s) in accordance with established policies and procedures of CHI Living Communities.
- Maintains licensure as Nursing Home Administrator in the state of employment.
- Attends facility meetings as requested.
- Satisfies all educational in-service requirements which are mandated by the facility and by external accrediting and regulatory agencies.
- Completes performance appraisals prior to due date for all direct reports.
- Demonstrates effective recruitment and retention of a competent, stable staff of motivated employees to maintain successful operation. Maintains agency-free status.
- Monitors and improves the overall quality of services related to nursing, environmental services, food services, maintenance, and security provided at the assigned area(s).
- Monitors performance improvement activities and ensures compliance with the Performance Improvement Plan.
- Includes, directs, and educates staff in continuous quality improvement activities.
- Develops quality performance indicators and monitors collection of data. Implements plan of action based on results of data collected.
- Fosters a sense of community and life enrichment among residents, family, staff, and volunteers of the facility.
- Submits annual Performance Improvement Plan on a timely basis.
- Reviews monthly and quarterly facility quality indicator data with Director of Nursing. Utilizes CHI Living Communities Quality/Risk Indicator report and comparative statistics to benchmark best practice (nursing indicators).
- Maintains effective communication with interdisciplinary team, residents, families, physicians, vendors, and staff.
- Conducts morning meeting with interdisciplinary team members. Reviews census, campus and community news/information, and incidents/accidents.
- Meets with the facility Medical Director at least one hour monthly.
- Reviews daily operation of nursing department with Director of Nursing.
- Ensures results of employee and resident satisfaction surveys meet or exceed industry and/or system (corporate) standards.
- Participates as presenter for management and employee orientation.
- In collaboration with Director of Nursing, investigates any allegation(s) of abuse, neglect, or misappropriation of resident property and takes appropriate action as necessary.
- Enhances the continued viability of the facility by advocating the Total Quality Improvement Process. Keeps abreast of current trends and practices in the field of long-term care.
- Maintains the financial integrity of the assigned area(s) through budgeting, cost, and labor control.
- Meets budgeted bottom line. Investigates and implements savings in purchasing practices.
- Prepare standing/open purchase orders annually. Reviews and signs off on all nursing invoices.
- Participates in monthly variance review.
- Participates in facility strategic planning process.
- Attends seminars and networks with professional peers to obtain and remain current with industry best practices and innovative new programs as applicable.
Administratively Responsible for providing leadership and direction for Finance (including Case Management and Social Work), Patient Access Services (including the Call Center) and Service Line management as well as leading the organization to meet Board-directed operating margin. The position is also responsible for the Physical Medicine department, which includes the Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility (IRF), Physical and Occupational Therapy and Speech Pathology. In addition, the Chief Financial Officer is the liaison to the Texas Heart Institute and to both the Information Technology Department and the Group Purchasing Organization at the level. Promotes St. Luke’s values by focusing on customer service, emphasizing visibility and honest communication with staff, and facilitating a positive work environment built on trust, teamwork, creativity and growth. Works closely with ’s Executive Leadership Team and Financial Leadership Team in the development and implementation of policies, plans and programs to ensure optimal support and services from Finance. Plans, organizes and Directs the overall activities of Finance.
Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Sets strategic direction for the above mentioned areas, which includes planning and managing processes and services for these disciplines to meet current and future needs.
- Develops and integrates these plans and processes to supports vision, mission, and strategies.
- Develops and Maintains effective working relationships throughout the organization to ensure effective communication and implementation of planning activities, processes and initiatives in the areas of Finance.
- Works proactively with the leaders on all aspects of financial accountability, including departmental performance reports.
- Maintains and advises on trends in the healthcare industry as they relate to finance and market dynamics
- Oversees and Directs budgeting and financial reporting processes in conjunction with the leader and System Finance Functions. Ensures accurate and timely financial reporting.
- Collaborates with end users on major acquisitions of supplies and capital to ensure needs are met.
- Assists IT to clearly understand its objectives and assist in selecting application systems.
- Presents meaningful and concise financial information and recommendations to the Board and committees of the Board.
- Works closely with the Budget Committee Chair to develop meeting agendas, Prepares materials and presentation
- Works with Patient Financial Services and Compliance departments to effectively manage the Revenue Cycle to ensure revenue capture.
The primary role of this position is to provide skilled management and strategic leadership functions for the Hospital that results in effective planning, monitoring of the quality of patient care, resource utilization across all departments and service line development. This position Provides physician oversight over such activities as Quality Management, patient safety, patient experience, Medical Staff Office, fostering a positive relationship with medical staff and any other duties as assigned. This individual shall assume a facilitative role to assist the President of the medical Staff, its officers, and department chairs in carrying out their responsibilities. Sets policies and procedures and ensures all services meet the objectives of the organization.
- Works closely with hospital staff, department directors, and physicians to ensure that the highest standards of quality and service are maintained.
- Oversees the implementation of quality improvement efforts designed to improve clinical performance and maintain compliance with TJC, HIPAA, and other accreditation standards. Participates in development and implementation of quality initiatives including patient access and satisfaction, provider satisfaction, clinical outcomes and process improvement, and guideline development
- Works within the service area network to identify and evaluate outstanding physicians and physician groups for participation in the provider network.
- Participates in strategic plan and business plan development including identification of strategic partners, growth and resource allocation.
Position Summary:Serves at the executive level, and Responsible for developing/implementing strategic objectives/goals, allocating and managing capital/human resources, and general day-to-day operational accountability for assigned areas. has direct line authority for Surgery Services Lines; Heart & Vascular Service Line; Transplant Service Line and VAD Program; OR Scheduling and contracted Surgical Support Services; Non-Invasive Cardiology; Liver Center; Perfusion Services and Circulatory Support; CSPD; Anesthesia, Operating Rooms Main, CV and OMT, and Cardiology Education. Will be responsible with the overall goal of increasing organizational effectiveness and revenues for assigned areas, developing annual operating budgets for those areas and accountable for operating within established budgets; maintaining productivity standards for areas of direct responsibility and assuring availability of sufficient competent staff to meet workload needs of departments. The position has the primary responsibility for establishing and ensuring clinical and surgical patient care standards are achieved in a cost-effective manner which are consistent with the overall hospital values and goals and to provide a practice environment to assure CHI St. Luke's as an employer of choice. Has the authority and responsibility for meeting the bottom lines of quality and financial performance for the areas of accountability. S/he will assure customer loyalty as measured by patient satisfaction and other indicators, and will also assure compliance with standards promulgated by regulatory and compliance agencies. Will develop and maintain collaborative physician relations that build on their key roles as both partners and customers. . Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Participates in decision-making processes by collaborating with leaders from the governing body, health system mgmt., hospital leadership council, medical staff and clinical areas in developing the hospital's strategic plans, budgets, resource allocation, operation plans and policies.
- Sets strategic direction for the above mentioned areas, including planning and managing processes and services for these disciplines to meet 's current and future needs. Develops and integrates these plans and processes to support 's vision, mission, and strategies.
- Mentors and Develops managers and staff to assume leadership roles both formally and informally, via role modeling and facilitating staff participation in a shared leadership structure. Directs the development, implementation and administration of a shared decision making model Quality.
- Plans, promotes, and conducts quality monitoring and enhancement activities; actively involved in advancing clinical outcomes and quality improvements within the framework of the CHI St. Luke's Performance Improvement Plan. Collaboratively creates effective and ongoing programs to monitor, evaluate, and improve the quality of care and services
- Advocates for clinical and surgical staff regarding allocation of resources including FTEs, systems, equipment, and support. Provides for the development and management of operating and capital budgets for assigned areas; Responsible for overall performance according to budget
- Provides for the establishment and implementation of patient care standards including policies and procedures that meet national, state and local rules and regulations as well as voluntary accreditation stands
- Directs creative strategies to lower costs while maintaining or enhancing quality
- Leads in contract negotiation and administration for contracted service
- Demonstrates and creates expectation of consistency in application of HR policies and procedures across departments
Full Time, Day Shift, CHI Saint Joseph Mt. Sterling
The Director of Mission and Foundation is a critical executive-level leadership position. The Mission part of this position is 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. This position will have responsibility for and executive oversight of and provide leadership and direction of “Mission Services” including but not limited to Spiritual Care, Community Benefit, Ethics, Violence Prevention, Indigenous People’s Hospital, Formation, Workplace Spirituality, Ecclesial Relations, etc.. for Mercy Hospital Valley City (MVC). In collaboration with the local President this position has a particularized responsibility to help guide and lead all employees, as “mission integrators” to insure the mission and values of the organization are inherently alive and fully integrated.
As a member of the senior executive leadership team of MVC with a direct reporting “solid line” to the President of MVC and a “dotted line” reporting relationship to the Division Senior Vice President of Mission Integration, this position would be responsible for:
- Leading or otherwise insuring 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, etc…… and seeks ways of offering this material to other potential stakeholder orientations including physicians, executives, board members, etc….
- Leading or otherwise insuring opportunities for formation are provided at all hospitals under their purview 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 insuring 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 hospitals under their purview
- Leading and otherwise insuring and providing for and celebrating the history and heritage of the hospitals under their purview and their respective founding congregation(s) as well as the history and heritage of Catholic Health Initiatives and CommonSpirit Health.
- With the Division VP, Theology and Ethics, insuring a process is in place at all hospitals under their purview to manage ethics consultation requests and serving as a member and/or Chair of an 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.
- Maintaining 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
- Offering leadership, 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 contact for division Violence Prevention initiatives and international outreach programs (IPH) for the hospitals under their purview. Serves as a leader or member of the Healthy Communities Coalition and ensures programs are aligned with the CHNA for the hospital and communities under their purview.
- Directly or indirectly insuring 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 (huddles, palliative care, etc….), 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, etc….
- As a member of the Senior Executive Team, attending, in-person or virtually, all Senior Executive Team meetings.
- Providing leadership to the “Mission Committee” of the ministry sites under their purview.
- As a part of the “staff” of the local Board for the MVC, 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
- Foundation Duties
- Depending on structure of the local hospitals, meeting other duties as assigned including but not limited to supervising directly or through a direct-report Manager, the Spiritual Care Department as well as Community Benefit/Healthy Communities as well as Ethics departments/initiatives/direct reports 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).
CHI Liviving Communities St. Clare Commons is seeking and experienced Executive Director to provide overall direction and administration of the programs and services provided by the facility.
The Executive Director will be responsible for:
- Develop, implement, and monitor policies and objectives of the facility according to the philosophy and mission of CHI Living Communities. Foster a sense of community and life enrichment among residents, family, and staff of the facility. Promote the facility as the “provider of choice” in the community (i.e. community groups, organizations, activities, etc.). Ensure that the appropriate levels of care are provided to the residents in keeping with the mission of the facility.
- Function as liaison to the Advisory Board.
- Direct a process of organizational development that evaluates structure and addresses strategic planning throughout the facility. Develop and monitor the annual and capital budgets for the facility. Enhance the continued visibility of the facility by advocating a continuous Quality Improvement process. Develops short and long range strategic plans and objectives.
- Maintain a working knowledge of senior housing and health care principles and practices consistent with residential programs, implementing programs, and building conversion. Identifies current government statues and regulations affecting the facility and oversees compliance. Act as Campus Risk Management Office, the primary contact with counsel and outside government agencies. Stay abreast of current trends and practices in the field of long-term car and maintain compliance with all government statutes and regulations.
Dignity Health Mission and Values: The Hospital President is responsible for articulating the Dignity Health mission and strategic direction and for leading efforts to achieve compassionate, high quality, cost effective health care delivery by upholding the organization’s mission and values and by using them to guide decision-making. Position Summary: The position serves as the President, Saint Francis Memorial Hospiital and St. Mary's Medical Hospital located in San Francisco, California and reports to the Division Leader - Operations, Bay and North State Service Area.. The President ensures the execution of the hospital strategy, management, financial performance and oversight of all operational components of the hospital in accordance and in alignment with the Dignity Health strategy. Plans and implements new business strategies and manages relationships with physicians and external partners considering Healthcare Industry trends in a rapidly changing and highly regulated market. Principal Duties and Accountabilities: Duties may include:
- Directs and oversees a portfolio of healthcare assets and demonstrates a solid understanding of different service lines and delivery models within market. Plans and implements new businesses using different business models and strategic relationships with external partners and physicians. Understands attributes that create successful organizations i.e. legal, structural, economic, and employment models.
- Develops and executes strategy for each line of business/service within market area from the perspective of what makes it a viable enterprise and recognizes those elements that require modification and/or expertise to existing local processes and structure to ensure success.
- Facilitates and reinforces through business processes and performance measures an institutional mindset for clinical innovation as an on-going process to look at clinical practices in order to reduce unnecessary variations to improve clinical outcomes and reduce costs.
- Develops key service lines, leveraging clinical program tools and service line support/data, implementing outpatient strategy, and identifying market scale opportunities (e.g., recruiting, education) across assigned service areas.
Job Summary / Purpose
The Senior Vice President of Public Policy and Advocacy promotes the mission, vision, values and strategic objectives of CommonSpirit Health through the development and integration of a comprehensive public policy program. This position leads all public policy efforts for CommonSpirit Health at both state and federal level. The SVP develops system-wide policy positions to promote consistent and impactful messaging across the ministry. This position develops and manages a highly successful enterprise-wide public policy function including staff at the national, regional and market level. The SVP provides education to board members, leadership, physicians, staff, the community and other CommonSpirit Health constituencies on the principles and goals underlying policy efforts. Represents CommonSpirit in a variety of public policy and corporate forums both internally and externally.
Essential Key Job Responsibilities
- Develops the strategic direction and oversees the implementation of a comprehensive public policy and advocacy prorgram.
- Leads the public policy efforts (legislative, regulatory and administrative) at the state and federal levels, including representing CommonSpirit Health to members of Congress, legislators and staff, public agencies, community groups, and media, etc.
- Identifies and prioritizes state and federal public policy strategies and issues for CommonSpirit Health working with state advocacy leaders; provides in-depth policy oversight and leadership in to key states in the ministry.
- Works to enhance CommonSpirit Health’s profile, position and influence with state, regional and national constituencies/entities.
- Provides leadership to executives and local ministry/hospital leaders in the development and implementation of action plans in support of CommonSpirit Health advocacy goals.
- Influences the policy positions of partner organizations including industry associations as well as national and community partners.
- Identifies for leadership the public policy implications of strategic plans, goals and objectives, program development and specific projects.
- 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.
The Vice President, Human Resources contributes to the overall strategy of the company with a focus on our People-First philosophy to effectively shape the culture of the organization while growing, evolving and managing a strong employee-centered infrastructure designed to exceed goals and support our mission and values.
Responsible for effectively managing the design and implementation of policies and programs to support leaders and employees during their life cycle of employment, the VP, Human Resources is fully integrated into organizational and cultural development, change management, performance management, and driving HR solutions to contribute to the strategic priorities of the organization.
This role oversees talent acquisition, planning and employment; employee development; HR benefits; HR operations; employee and labor relations; and compensation and works in partnership with service line and executive leadership to provide comprehensive leadership in all aspects of Human Resources.
Leads, manages, coaches and develops the HR team for continued and higher contributions to the organization.
- Advises operations team on organizational design, change management and aligning talent with organizational goals.
- Facilitates strategic organizational change.
- Guides development and implementation of employee-related programs and processes to support the organizational business requirements, drives a culture of success, and reinforces the attractiveness of the organization as an employer.
- Designs effective performance management, merit and compensation programs.
- Assure compliance with all state and federal employment laws across the organization’s footprint.