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Position Summary: Administratively Responsible for providing leadership and direction for Finance (including Case Management and Social Work), Patient Access Services (including the Call Center) and Service Line management as well as leading the organization to meet Board-directed operating margin.  The position is also responsible for the Physical Medicine department, which includes the Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility (IRF), Physical and Occupational Therapy and Speech Pathology. In addition, the Chief Financial Officer is the liaison to the Texas Heart Institute and to both the Information Technology Department and the Group Purchasing Organization at the level. Promotes St. Luke’s values by focusing on customer service, emphasizing visibility and honest communication with staff, and facilitating a positive work environment built on trust, teamwork, creativity and growth.  Works closely with ’s Executive Leadership Team and Financial Leadership Team in the development and implementation of policies, plans and programs to ensure optimal support and services from Finance.  Plans, organizes and Directs the overall activities of Finance.  Principal Duties and Accountabilities: - Sets strategic direction for the above mentioned areas, which includes planning and managing processes and services for these disciplines to meet current and future needs. - Develops and integrates these plans and processes to supports vision, mission, and strategies. - Develops and Maintains effective working relationships throughout the organization to ensure effective communication and implementation of planning activities, processes and initiatives in the areas of Finance. - Works proactively with the leaders on all aspects of financial accountability, including departmental performance reports. - Maintains and advises on trends in the healthcare industry as they relate to finance and market dynamics - Oversees and Directs budgeting and financial reporting processes in conjunction with the leader and System Finance Functions. Ensures accurate and timely financial reporting. - Collaborates with end users on major acquisitions of supplies and capital to ensure needs are met. - Assists IT to clearly understand its objectives and assist in selecting application systems. - Presents meaningful and concise financial information and recommendations to the Board and committees of the Board. - Works closely with the Budget Committee Chair to develop meeting agendas, Prepares materials and presentation - Works with Patient Financial Services and Compliance departments to effectively manage the Revenue Cycle to ensure revenue capture.     ACCFO  
Job ID
2020-118070
Department
Finance
Facility
St. Luke's Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS - Knows, understands, incorporates and demonstrates the Mission, Vision and Values  of MercyOne in leadership behaviors, practices and - Serves as the dyadic clinical leader with the MercyOne EVP/COO to provide leadership, guidance and support to ensure the clinical and operational services fulfill the Mission, advance the Vision and achieve the Key Results. - Serves as the dyadic leader with the President of the MercyOne Medical Group to consolidate the separate groups as one MercyOne unified Medical Group. Develops policies, procedures and practices to improve the performance of the Medical Group to provide excellent quality, patient experience, financial performance and to achieve growth initiatives. - Works closely with others in the development and achievement of strategic initiatives, structures, goals and objectives that provide the medical staff support in the achievement of the MercyOne’s Key Results: a) improving the experience of care, b) improving the health of populations, and c) lowering the per-capita cost of care. Ensures the medical staff is involved & engaged in the creation, implementation and monitoring of clinical systems of care and operations to provide excellent care, experience and clinical outcomes. - Provides leadership & strategic direction to promote, advance and review physician leadership development, the defining of clinical roles, clinical staff organizational improvements, restructuring, and succession planning. Instrumental in providing change management initiatives to assist clinicians gain a commitment to the on-going changes in the health care - Understands the dynamics and challenges involved in the evolution of the health care delivery system, raises issues and fosters dialogue about emerging views between and among health care providers, the Chief Medical Officers and Regional Leaders. Manages clinician-organizational conflict and utilizes engagement efforts to positively influence clinician - Oversees the development and achievement of system-wide clinical outcome indicators and care management improvement strategies and tactics. Promotes collaboration and innovation in the primary clinical service programs to ensure an interdisciplinary approach to improving the health care delivery system, including the overall care experience. Utilizes health informatics in measuring outcomes, identifying areas of opportunity and overseeing the implementation of necessary process - Understands and promotes continuous quality improvement through process redesign and re-engineering. In conjunction with the EVP/COO, leads key teams of physician and non-physician members, to develop measureable improvements in the quality and delivery of care, patient satisfaction, safety and outcomes. Models behaviors, which support continuous learning and empowerment through team - Advises governance, management and clinical leadership throughout the organization, in the assessment and development of patient care programs and services which provide multi-disciplinary care and that will serve community needs effectively and efficiently. - Participates in various external forums and serves as a representative of MercyOne with System Members to optimize the impact of the collective clinical services and operations across MercyOne and the MercyOne Medical Group. - Supports the system in the selection, development and continuity of medical staff recruitment and development of strategies in such areas as: graduate medical education, research and continuing medical education and clinical leadership orientation and development activities. - Serves as a member of the Executive Leadership Team, participating in system-wide strategy development, planning and decision making, leading system-wide initiatives as assigned. - Maintains a working knowledge of applicable Federal, State and local laws/regulations; the MercyOne Integrity and Compliance Program and Code of Conduct; as well as other policies and procedures in order to ensure adherence in a manner that reflects honest, ethical and professional - Provides leadership and guidance to the System Vice President of Quality & Safety. LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES As a MercyOne Leader, the incumbent is expected to demonstrate leadership traits which support our Mission Statement and Core Values as identified below:   Mission Statement:  MercyOne serves with fidelity to the Gospel as a compassionate, healing ministry of Jesus Christ to transform the health of our communities.   Core Values: - Reverence - Integrity - Commitment to the Poor - Compassion - Excellence - Justice - Stewardship
Job ID
2021-148074
Department
Executive V.P.
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-CLIVE
Summary 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.   Responsibility  - 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. ExecutiveTeam
Job ID
2020-140351
Department
Administration
Facility
St Josephs Hospital and Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AZ-PHOENIX
Under general direction, the Chief Nursing Officer/Chief Operating Officer will exercise management responsibility, for a variety of departments, including day-to-day operations over the hospital.  CNO/COO will provide planning, problem solving, development of policies and procedures, ensuring efficient services are designed to meet the needs of patients, physicians, public, staff and hospital.  Assure the hospital is in compliance with established objectives and the realization of quality, economical health care services that are consistent with the values and mission of the hospital. This will either be done directly, or through delegation of responsibility to the management staff.   The CNO/COO is responsible for evaluation and coordination of the functions and activities of assigned departments and medical staff committees and will participate as a member of the administrative team in the overall administration of the hospital.  The CNO/COO serves as the Nurse Executive for the organization and is responsible for leading and facilitating efforts in the execution and delivery of strategic goals involving clinical transformation, the enhancement of patient care services, improving clinical quality and safety, and developing nursing leadership.  The CNO/COO is the advocate and representative for nursing and the patient care delivery for the facility.   The CNO/COO consults with and advises the CEO on problems relating to the operation of the hospital; recommends changes in policy, facilities, equipment, and programs in order to achieve the hospital’s objectives. In the absence of the CEO, represents the CEO in the coordination of the entire or portions of the hospital organization, speaking and acting within the scope of objectives set forth in the practice and/or policy of the hospital. Second highest level executive within the organization.   It is the responsibility of the COO/CNO to ensure that Department Leaders are in full compliance with Mercy Medical Center’s Business Ethics, Policies, and Procedures as they relate to Corporate Compliance.  Each Department Leader is considered a Corporate Compliance Associate, responsible for the business conduct within his/her department.  Department Leaders shall participate, when requested, in the functions and processes of the Corporate Compliance Committee. It is the responsibility of all employees to read, accept, and follow the initiatives of Mercy Medical Center as outlined in the publication Our Values and Ethics at Work.  Corporate Compliance is the duty and responsibility of everyone employed by Mercy Medical Center and its related organizations. Working with and through others, the COO/CNO will: - Promotes a strong belief in Mercy’s Mission and has respect for and compliance with Mercy’s Patient Rights Statement. - Demonstrates behavior consistent with Mercy and CommonSpirit Health's Core Values: Compassion, Inclusion, Integrity, Excellence, and Collaboration. - Incumbent has access to restricted or confidential patient information including peer review information and must comply with the terms of the Mercy Medical Center Security Policies as it applies to their job role. - Collaborates with immediate supervisor to establish, define, and refine department goals and objectives consistent with facility’s Mission and Values, and demonstrates satisfactory progress towards these goals and objectives. - Exhibits the ability to make effective decisions based on verifiable and measurable data/criteria. - Promotes positive customer relations with internal and external customers. - Demonstrates respect and sensitivity to cultural/social differences in interactions with others. - Completes assigned tasks in a timely manner. - Demonstrates initiative and problem solving skill using sound judgment. - Assumes additional responsibilities as needed with little or no direction; shows initiative in assisting others within the department. Operational - Participates with executive team on all strategic planning activities. - Develops and maintains productivity and quality standards. - Works through the management team and medical leadership of the hospital, serving as a resource to help reduce costs, enhance revenues, achieve effective utilization and quality goals and objectives, analyze and utilize information to develop and support management decisions. - Builds, develops and manages operations leadership team capable of carrying out needed operations, problem resolution to facilitate faster improvements, strategies and improving employee relations. - Develop and maintain a nursing service philosophy, objective, standards of practice, policy and procedure manuals, and job descriptions for each level of nursing personnel. - Develop and maintain personnel policies of recruitment, orientation, inservice education, supervision, evaluation, and termination of nursing services staff or ensure it is done by another department. - Develop and maintain policies and procedures of determining nursing staff capacity for providing nursing care for any patient seeking admission to the facility. - Develop and maintain a quality improvement program for nursing services. - Coordinate nursing service department function and activities with the function and activities of other departments. - Develop and administer standards of patient care. - Develop and administer standards of nursing practice. - Evaluates the performance of department staff to provide for professional development and to maximize contributions towards established goals. - Provides direction, development and coaching to direct reports. - Encourages and assists department heads in establishing measures of performance. - In conjunction with department heads, provides for the identification, analysis, development and recommendation of operating policies, systems, programs and standards, and, as approved, insures documentation, implementation and compliance. - Enhance and/or develop, implement and enforce policies and procedures of the hospital by way of systems that will improve the overall operation and effectiveness of the hospital. - Enhance and/or develop, implement and enforce nursing policies, procedures and standards and guide how the nursing staff provides nursing care required by all patients and patient populations served. - Ability to work with physicians, staff and professionals in multiple settings and locations and to promote diversity in the workplace. - Ability to generate respect and trust from staff and external constituencies. - Appraises and evaluates the results of overall operations and periodically reports these results to the CEO. - Maintains compliance with regulations governing hospitals and the rules of accrediting bodies by monitoring operations and initiating changes where required. - Establishes credibility throughout the organization and with the Board as an effective developer of solutions to administrative business challenges. - Performs other related duties incidental to the work described herein as may be assigned or delegated. - Problem analysis and problem resolution at both a strategic and functional level.   Financial - Develops financial plans and authorizes operating budgets. - Promotes complete involvement of department heads in the preparation of the department’s budget and educates them in the importance of the budget, forecasting and planning process. Medical Staff - Provides and maintains effective communication with medical staff, the community and all levels of supervision and staff. - Attends medical staff meetings and/or medical staff committee meetings as assigned or requested. Informs the CEO of proceedings at meetings attended and recommends action, as necessary.  - Works with the medical staff to ensure proper medical/technical operation of professional service departments #CHI-LI
Job ID
2020-143518
Department
Administration
Facility
MERCY MEDICAL CENTER INC
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
OR-ROSEBURG
Summary:   The System Executive Director, Transfer Services, will develop and help implement strategies that enable growth, promote network integrity and ensure operational efficiencies that streamline “radically convenient,” friction-free patient transfers within, and/or out of the MercyOne system. The selected candidate will be responsible for providing strategic guidance and leadership to transfer center operations, bed management, patient flow, and ensuring quality patient care.   Job Responsibilities: - The executive director will have oversight and accountability for all transfer center operations, working collaboratively with physicians, staff and MercyOne market ministries to ensure seamless access for patients and providers. The executive director will maintain a global view of capacity and services available across MercyOne, taking necessary actions to balance the system and ensure patients stay in the MercyOne network whenever possible, receiving the appropriate clinical services in the facility closest to home. - The executive director will have an integral role in the oversight and strategy development of MercyOne’s transfer system, primarily focused on patient access, provider experience, quality, and network integrity. The selected individual will help manage access, capacity and throughput across MercyOne and will make decisions related to the design, build, responsibilities of, and launch of the selected transfer model. - The executive director will expedite, prioritize, synchronize and mediate escalated clinical issues or barriers. The selected candidate will oversee the system-wide daily capacity huddle to provide visibility to beds, services and patient needs across the system. The individual will proactively identify process improvement strategies to improve patient flow, system balance and enhancement of network integrity. The executive director will continually work to improve transfer system operations and how the staff interacts with technology, driving best practices in operational workflow and processes. - Leading people - The executive director will lead people toward meeting the organization's vision, mission, and goals, specifically promoting the mindset of “One MercyOne,” while effectively managing personnel and resources. The selected candidate will develop and lead a Transfer System Oversight Council, with significant physician membership, to ensure continuous improvement and the highest adherence to patient quality and safety standards. - Leading Change – The executive director acts as a catalyst for organizational change by communicating a compelling vision and need for change that generates excitement, enthusiasm, and commitment to the process. This individual clearly communicates the direction, required performance, and challenges of change to all involved parties across MercyOne, and identifies and enlists the support of key individuals and groups to move the change forward. This individual will work collaboratively with market and system leadership, EMS, Population Health leadership and Care Management leadership, Regional EMS, and Marketing to create solutions that accomplish organizational objectives. The executive director will support the implementation of change initiatives and serve as a role model by demonstrating commitment to innovation and continuous improvement in organizational performance. This individual will proactively assess the need for change by discussing services and identifying areas of opportunities by visiting entity hospitals and standardizing the sharing of best practices within the system. - Results Driven – The executive director will consistently meet or exceed system organizational goals and expectations of patients, physicians and sending / receiving facilities, by developing and maintaining a seamless transfer process into and out of MercyOne. This individual will make decisions that produce patient-centric results by applying knowledge, analyzing problems, and calculating risks. The selected individual will develop a strong understanding of the overall financial performance of the organization and apply financial concepts and practices to develop and manage the budget for transfer center operations.  The executive director will ensure the consistent delivery of high-quality services and will be committed to continuous improvement, while also using cost-benefit thinking to set priorities. This individual will ensure the creation of a business continuity plan to allow for continued operations during phone and system downtime.  The executive director will be also responsible for staff development and advancement and maintaining productivity standards. - Innovation – The executive director will set the vision for MercyOne as a national industry leader in transfer center services and patient flow. This individual will stay abreast of new industry developments and continually seek ways to deliver high quality, convenient care to patients through new processes, tools and technologies as appropriate. - Outreach and Business Development – The executive director will regularly engage with internal/external physicians and other stakeholders for feedback, monitoring and sharing key performance metrics at least monthly with internal stakeholders and MercyOne leadership. This individual will engage with referring physicians and hospitals regularly through outreach and help develop a coordinated strategy for building and strengthening physician relationships across the state. The executive director will promote growth of key services and proactively identify additional business development opportunities for the MercyOne system. - Additional responsibilities include: Working with MercyOne system and market leaders to optimize key quality metrics and financial outcomes. Providing oversight to embedded infrastructure, including quality improvement, analytics, staff training, care management, and telecom support. Ensuring strategic coordination with dispatch. Ensuring transfer processes support compliance with EMTALA and all other applicable laws.
Job ID
2020-147550
Department
Operations
Facility
MERCY MEDICAL CENTER-DSM
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-CLIVE
This is a key senior management job responsible for planning, directing and administratively coordinating the financial affairs of the Franciscan Health System (FHS) in accordance with mission and business objectives and applicable regulatory requirements. An incumbent provides financial advice and expertise to the President/CEO of FHS. Also provides general administrative support for the effective overall management of FHS.   Work also involves management oversight of the following functions: Property Management, Management Service Organization (PHN), Health Information Management, Patient Access, Central Business office, Non-Governmental Reimbursement and General Financial Services.   1. Plans, directs and evaluates the operations of the Financial Services division, including the FHS Business Office, General Financial Services, Property Management, Patient Access, Health Information Management, Management Services Organization (PHN) and Non-Governmental Reimbursement; develops and manages overall division budget; selects, manages, and evaluates the performance of departmental managers and support staff reporting to this position; develops and communicates performance standards.   2. Serves as a member of various Franciscan Health System committees involved in policy and procedure development, program planning, and conflict resolution as requested or approved by the President/CEO; develops programs, policies, and plans for the efficient and effective operation of FHS; participates in system-wide strategic and program planning, development and evaluation.   3. Directs the preparation of the operating, capital, and cash budgets for the management of the System in accordance with the mission, values and strategic business objectives of the organization, and all applicable regulatory requirements.   4. Consults with divisional Vice Presidents and assistant administrators to coordinate interdepartmental activities; assists in determining and implementing departmental activities and operating procedures; and assist in interpreting the FHS Mission Statement, program plans, policies, procedures, budgets, and operating statements.   5. Assists the divisional Vice Presidents, assistant administrators, and departmental managers with the preparation and management of the operating and capital budgets to assure appropriate resource allocation in accordance with the parameters established.   6. Finalizes budget requests, prepares required written narratives, and reviews the final proposal with the President/CEO; prepares, or directs the preparation of, reports, analyses, and recommendations for the financial management of the System.   7. Assumes primary responsibility for monitoring the operating, capital, and cash budgets of the System; reviews and approves departmental and/or service requests and specifications for capital expenditures.   8. Develops, and/or uses effective monitoring systems for management to assure departmental standards of performance are met, operating objectives are achieved, laws, regulations, policies, and procedures are being followed to assure the interests of the institution and the patients are properly met and protected.   9. Coordinates review and approval of the following key financial documents prior to final submission: independent and internal financial audits; CHI budget documentation; Medicare cost reports; tax returns; and others as required.   10. Assumes primary responsibility for the identification and assessment of the financial implications of program plans considered for adoption by the FHS.   11. Represents FHS on external boards, commissions, associates, and committees as requested by the President/CEO.   12. Maintains contact with, and coordinates FHS’s activities with, other Catholic Health Initiative entities, other hospitals, and relevant agencies of local and state government.   13. Negotiates service contracts having a financial impact on System/hospitals’ operations.   14. Serves as staff member responsible for the Finance Committee activities of the System Board.   15. Responds to and handles patient, staff, and public complaints and grievances related to this assignment of administrative responsibilities.   16. Upon request, serves as the chief administrative officer in the absence of the hospital President/CEO.   Performs related duties as required.   It is essential that incumbents be able to support the values of the Franciscan Health System/Catholic Health Initiatives and interact effectively with physicians, patients, visitors and staff. Each employee is expected to demonstrate a commitment to service, hospital values, and professionalism through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all times.   Job Knowledge/Skills: ▪ Knowledge of the content, intent and application of regulations, policies, standards, operations, and requirements applicable to the business function(s) under designated scope of authority. ▪ Knowledge of the principles, practices, regulatory requirements and FHS policies applicable to budget administration, resource/expense control, employee supervision and performance management. ▪ Knowledge of the principles and practices of management, strategic business planning and continuous process/performance improvement. ▪ Knowledge of the healthcare industry in general, and of the vision, values, strategies, objectives, policies and systems of the organization. ▪ Ability to convey information effectively in verbal and written communication, and through group/business presentations. ▪ Ability to understand financial and/or operational reports, analyze data, identify improvement opportunities and implement effective responses. ▪ Ability to use office equipment and automated systems/applications/software at an acceptable level of proficiency. ▪ Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships as required by the duties of the position. ▪ Ability to identify budget variances, compliance deficiencies and/or systemic weaknesses and implement timely corrective action to forestall or remedy. ▪ Ability to strategize, develop, implement and evaluate business plans, initiatives, standards, budgets, and policies/procedures. ▪ Ability to successfully lead, manage, oversee, develop and evaluate the work of subordinate staff. ▪ Ability to keep abreast of trends, developments and regulatory requirements impacting matters within designated scope of authority.   ACCFO   ExecutiveTeam #CHI-LI
Job ID
2020-138692
Department
Administration
Facility
FRANCISCAN SYSTEM SERVICES
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
The Market VP-Human Resources provides oversight of the full range of operational and strategic Human Resources activities within CommonSpirit Health to an assigned Market. Ensures the efficient implementation of a single CommonSpirit Health Human Resources delivery model which aligns the HR structure, processes and systems with CommonSpirit Health System HR strategies. The incumbent continuously refines the role of Human Resources within the assigned Market to ensure that Human Resources operates with its business partners as a dynamic and fully integrated service line. The Market VP-Human Resources directs the HR team and formulates partnerships across the HR team and CoE to deliver value-added service to management and employees that reflect the strategic business objectives of CommonSpirit Health.   - Collaborates with Market and/or Division Financial, Operational, and HR leaders to drive effective management of human capital costs resulting in a positive ROI. Accelerates the development of Human Resources culture, talent, structure, systems and processes. - Advises management and ensures compliance with laws and regulations pertaining to human resources. Develops processes and programs that ensure readiness and compliance in a highly regulated healthcare environment. - Develops, implements and oversees education/training programs and vehicles that support strategic objectives and address operational and regulatory requirements. Conducts needs analysis, perform research, design related staff or management training and organizational development programs and ensures consistency of messages. - Develops long-term relationships with organizations, educational institutions and individuals that will enhance the talent pipeline flow toward the healthcare profession in general, and the Market in particular. May be assigned to Division and/or System projects and initiatives.
Job ID
2020-147029
Department
Human Resources
Facility
Mercy Medical Center-DSM
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
With the guidance from the President and CEO of Arkansas Health Network and in partnership with the Network stakeholders, the Market VP Medical Operations will: - Impart the philosophy, values, mission and vision of AHN; - Understand, embrace and practice the principles of quality and cost improvement, through the perspective of MACRA (Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Action) and other measures/standards; - Oversee and manage all medical aspects of AHN’s advanced population health management initiatives in both commercial and governmental plans; - Act as the primary medical liaison between AHN and key participating medical group stake-holders (SVMG, ACH, Conway PHO, AFCN etc.) of AHN; - In collaboration with AHN Leadership Team, provides leadership support in the areas of strategic planning, clinical strategy execution and implementation of care management programs and related medical education; - Engage internal and external stakeholders (especially physicians) in formal and informal conversations regarding value of the AHN’s Clinical Integration program in terms of quality improvement, cost containment, and utilization management: i.e. creation and effective implementation of Evidence-based Medicine Care Guidelines, Clinical Process Improvement and/or Resource Utilization efficiencies etc.; - Provide Medical Leadership (Co-Leader) of AHN’s Clinical Care Committee; - In partnership with AHN’s Marketing Director of Population Health/Nursing, develops and implements all Clinical Integration Program measures (as applicable to value-based contracted plans) of AHN; - Lead the development, tracking, and implementation of outreach programs, and quality based projects; - Lead evaluation and innovation of CIN programs/initiatives for effectiveness and manages annual process to assess and improve the CIN; - Ensure adequate staff and resources are contracted for the provision of medical care at an efficient, effective level; - Develop, install and monitor processes and systems to evaluate the quality of care provided by and outcomes realized by Participants; - Develop, implement, and monitor processes and systems to track, monitor, and evaluate Participant’s utilization patterns to ensure determinations are made for medical necessity and appropriateness; - Resolve any conflict between and amongst Network Participants; - Evaluate Participant’s performance on a periodic basis including leading physician profiling effort that include: - Analyzing trends; - Reporting to providers; and - Actively participating in education and remediation efforts as appropriate; - Assure the ongoing development and implementation of policies and procedures that guide and support the provision of medical staff services; - Analyze and interprets clinical quality, cost, and utilization data and identify best practices in regards to the delivery of high quality, cost-efficient care in the hospital and physician practice settings; - Serve as an advisor of the AHN’s Board of Managers and its Committees, and attends Committee meetings as appropriate. Committees of AHN, but are not limited to, the following: - AHN’s Board of Managers - Clinical Care Committee - Analytics & Information Technology Committee - Health Plans/Payor-contract-associated Medical Management Committee - Apart from guiding the RN Practices Coaches of AHN, providers oversight and direction to the work of the Network Pharmacists on brand name to generic conversion efforts, formulary management, Medical Therapy Management (MTM) etc. - Participates in the recruitment, selection and retention of AHN’s key staff members; CMO, medical officer, AAMC, ACO, CIN
Job ID
2020-137696
Department
Executive V.P.
Facility
ST. VINCENT INFIRMARY MED CTR
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AR-LITTLE ROCK
- Has the authority to interview, hire, orient, terminate, promote, train and conduct performance evaluations. - Assigns day-to-day work activities; direct the functional and technical job performance of team members. - Allocate and direct staffing needs to meet patient, unit, and department needs, and collaborate with others to ensure overall staffing needs are met. - Manage performance including: setting goals, clarifying job expectations, monitoring performance progress, providing feedback, recognize, developing skills and addressing performance issues related to work and our Commitments using corrective action. - Responsible for overall operations and services delivery at assigned campus(es); direct all administrative, operational processes at the campuses. - Provide leadership and support to assigned Service Line(s) or systems of care working with other Administrative leaders to complement and support the strategies and initiatives of the Service Line or System of Care. - Participate as a member of the System Leadership Council, Operations Team and Graduate Medical Education Committee; attend management and other meetings as needed: actively participate in academic accreditation surveys and engage with academic leaders and learners to assure a positive academic environment. - Lead initiatives to assure operational effectiveness and efficiency, including resource allocation and operational process improvement. Assure appropriate resource utilization. - Develop and enhance Provider relationships. In coordination with Vice President of Patient Care Services, Vice President of Medical Operations and service line leaders, manage contractual and business relationships with physicians, vendors and Creighton University. - Maintain a system of management reporting that provides the system with timely and relevant information on all aspects of assigned functions. - Assure appropriate levels of understanding, awareness and compliance with all applicable JCAHO, federal, state and agency laws, regulations, guidelines and professional standards. - Participate in all safety, security, and infection control programs that are mandatory as well as those required and provided by the department. - Demonstrate work practices consistent with CHI Health and department-specific safety, security and infection control policies. - Must have the ability to work effectively and collaboratively in a diverse and multi-cultural environment. - Complete annual and six-month performance assessments within proper scope of judgement and accountability. Note: if the manager does not possess the same background licensure as their clinical staff members, they must have peer reviews completed for staff members to ensure clinical competence is met and validated. - Actively engage with the community and community organizations to promote strong public relations and to identify/address community needs.
Job ID
2020-144222
Department
Hospital President
Facility
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DUNLAP
- Has the authority to interview, hire, orient, terminate, promote, train and conduct performance evaluations. - Assigns day-to-day work activities; direct the functional and technical job performance of team members. - Allocate and direct staffing needs to meet patient, unit, and department needs, and collaborate with others to ensure overall staffing needs are met. - Manage performance including: setting goals, clarifying job expectations, monitoring performance progress, providing feedback, recognize, developing skills and addressing performance issues related to work and our Commitments using corrective action. - Responsible for overall operations and services delivery at assigned campus(es); direct all administrative, operational processes at the campuses. - Provide leadership and support to assigned Service Line(s) or systems of care working with other Administrative leaders to complement and support the strategies and initiatives of the Service Line or System of Care. - Participate as a member of the System Leadership Council, Operations Team and Graduate Medical Education Committee; attend management and other meetings as needed: actively participate in academic accreditation surveys and engage with academic leaders and learners to assure a positive academic environment. - Lead initiatives to assure operational effectiveness and efficiency, including resource allocation and operational process improvement. Assure appropriate resource utilization. - Develop and enhance Provider relationships. In coordination with Vice President of Patient Care Services, Vice President of Medical Operations and service line leaders, manage contractual and business relationships with physicians, vendors and Creighton University. - Maintain a system of management reporting that provides the system with timely and relevant information on all aspects of assigned functions. - Assure appropriate levels of understanding, awareness and compliance with all applicable JCAHO, federal, state and agency laws, regulations, guidelines and professional standards. - Participate in all safety, security, and infection control programs that are mandatory as well as those required and provided by the department. - Demonstrate work practices consistent with CHI Health and department-specific safety, security and infection control policies. - Must have the ability to work effectively and collaboratively in a diverse and multi-cultural environment. - Complete annual and six-month performance assessments within proper scope of judgement and accountability. Note: if the manager does not possess the same background licensure as their clinical staff members, they must have peer reviews completed for staff members to ensure clinical competence is met and validated. - Actively engage with the community and community organizations to promote strong public relations and to identify/address community needs.
Job ID
2020-144115
Department
Hospital President
Facility
ALEGENT CREIGHTON HEALTH
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-CORNING
Responsible for the successful operation of a community hospital located in Lake Jackson, TX. This hospital will be operated as a joint venture partnership of CHI St. Luke's Health System and physicians in the community. Will be responsible for hospital operations and will work closely with leaders from the governing body, health system management and physician owners/stakeholders. Will develop the community hospital's budget, resource allocation, operation plans and policies.  Will provide leadership and oversight which will allow the hospital to meet high quality standards in a cost-effective,productive environment. Will represent CHI St. Luke's and the joint venture partnership by developing and maintaining effective relationships with the community and with local and national constituent organizations. Will be responsible for developing and implementing a strategic plan for the hospital to ensure the long-term fulfillment of the hospital's mission and financial goals.   Position Responsibilities 1. Will articulate a vision that embraces a long-term perspective of the contributions of CHI to the Lake Jackson, TX community. 2. Will sustain and strengthen a faith-based health care ministry as a beneficial distinction. 3. Will develop and implement a strategic plan to ensure the long-term fulfillment of the System's mission and sufficient net return on investment in order to sustain the mission. 4. As part of the development of an integrated health delivery system, will develop and implement a managed care strategy, building on networks of payers and physicians, and providing a full continuum of high quality, cost effective and accessible health services.  5. Will recruit, select, motivate, and lead a highly competent staff to actualize the vision of the System through the delegation of appropriate responsibility with commensurate authority.  6. Will ensure the quality of the full continuum of health services via the smooth functioning of hospital and medical staff quality assurance mechanisms, and compliance of the medical staff with the bylaws, rules, regulations and standards of practice of the hospital and its medical staff.  7. Will oversee the development and management of a responsible fiscal program through financial goals and fiscal strategies approved by the Board. Will ensure an annual audit by an independent certified public accountant of the financial statements of CHI.  8. Will take all reasonable steps to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and accreditation standards.  9. Will represent CHI by developing and maintaining effective relationships with the community and with local and national constituent organizations. He/she will develop and maintain operational relationships with System corporate services departments ensuring a formal means of accountability.  10. Plans, develop and implement a fund development program to help offset costs associated with immediate and longrange goals of CHI.
Job ID
2020-146328
Department
Administration
Facility
St. Luke's Health System - Corporate
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-LAKE JACKSON
- Serves as the national expert for Advanced Practice care - Responsible for delivering designated financial, quality, safety, patient experience and provider engagement results by enhancing APP integration and optimizing overall care team performance. - Drives operational performance by implementing innovative, “top-of-license” care models that align with enterprise strategic imperatives, appreciate local market/ Division nuances, and are compliant with state and federal regulatory requirements. - Provides national executive level leadership for APPs and other care team clinicians in partnership with Physician Enterprise, Nursing Enterprise and Clinical Service Lines stakeholders. Develops strategy for innovative models of team-based care. - Partners with graduate level schools of nursing and PA programs to improve the availability of quality advanced practice education. - Establishes consensus-based quality and financial outcomes measures, achieved through the implementation of advanced practice care and team-based models of care. - Partners with physicians, nurse executives and operations leaders to ensure adoption and interoperability of Advanced Practice models in care settings across the continuum. - Identifies state regulation or national law opportunities to improve the access to advanced practice providers and team-based care models. - Drives APP practice site optimization and care delivery strategies to enhance the health system growth and cost containment.  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.   ExecutiveTeam Benefits Include: Benefits include Medical, Dental, Vision, Paid Time Off, Holidays, Retirement Program, Disability Plans, Tuition Reimbursement, Adoption Assistance, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Discount Programs, Life Insurance Plans, Worker Compensation, Dress for Your Day Policy, Voluntary Benefits.   Compensation Range: $116.99 to $163.78, hourly rates, annualized.   Position is eligible for incentive pay based on company performance.
Job ID
2020-140827
Department
Administration
Facility
CATHOLIC HEALTH INITIATIVES
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CO-ENGLEWOOD
- Establishes and manages a national (Level 3) interdisciplinary medications management council and program to ensure quality, appropriateness, cost effectiveness of CHI medications, service, and technology of pharmacy operations. - Builds strong collaborative relationships and partnerships with other key leaders, including CMOs, CNOs, finance, and materials management leaders. - Develops and implements system wide strategy for the delivery of pharmaceutical care across CommonSpirit Health. - Contributes to the development of an effective system wide compliance program with system compliance and finance leaders. - Collaborates with system and divisional leaders to assure appropriate resource utilization. - Partners with materials management to ensure operational compliance applicable to supply chain requirements and monitors medication costs across the continuum of care at CommonSpirit Health. - Serves as SME to materials management in the purchasing of equipment where pharmacy input is needed. - Collaborates with service line leaders to develop policies, procedures, systems, tools and communication strategies to ensure compliance with pharmacy laws and regulations in all divisional pharmacy operations and services. - Provides executive leadership and direction to ensure compliance with pharmacy law, regulations, pharmacy business practices, accreditation practices and other CommonSpirit Health policies. Benefits Include: Benefits include Medical, Dental, Vision, Paid Time Off, Holidays, Retirement Program, Disability Plans, Tuition Reimbursement, Adoption Assistance, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Discount Programs, Life Insurance Plans, Worker Compensation, Dress for Your Day Policy, Voluntary Benefits.   Compensation Range: $88.46 to $123.84, hourly rates, annualized.   Position is eligible for incentive pay based on company performance.
Job ID
2020-142163
Department
Pharmacy
Facility
CATHOLIC HEALTH INITIATIVES
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CO-ENGLEWOOD
Role Summary  CommonSpirit Health (CSH) is looking for an experienced VP of Software Architecture, reporting to the Chief Technology and Product Officer (CTPO), who can help CSH to achieve its ultimate objective of creating “healthcare of the future” in an increasingly digital world. One which leverages best in class technology to improve the service it provides to its business partners, customers and patients. Partnering closely with the CPTO, VP of Cloud, Infrastructure, and Cybersecurity Strategy, and the rest of the CTPO team, the VP of Software Architecture will be responsible for leading a team of Software Architects, team of health platforms architects, and a team of data and analytics architects to set the combined software architecture vision and strategy that will enable CSH to achieve its strategic goals.   This role will report to the Chief Technology and Product Officer, Shaung Liu - https://www.linkedin.com/in/shaung-liu-1694b/   Direct Reports:   - Software Architecture Team Lead - Health Platforms Architecture Team Lead - Data and Analytics Architecture Team Lead Peers: - VP, Cloud, Infrastructure, and Cybersecurity Strategy - Tech Lab Director   Stakeholders: - SVP, Infrastructure - SVP, Data and Analytics - CISO - SVP Software and Applications Engineering - SVP Digital - SVP Division Health Technologies - SVP, ITD Performance & Effectiveness - SVP, Merger Integration       Specific responsibilities of the role include:   - Technical vision and strategy: Develop a technical vision and strategy that addresses CSH’s mid to long term approach to enterprise software architecture, including data and analytics, AI, and health system platforms. Collaborates closely with the CTPO and other IT&D leaders to create a multi-year roadmap, communicates and delivers on the strategy.   - People/Talent leadership attracts, hires and builds high-performing teams in enterprise software architecture and empowers people and rewarding results; achieved through clearly articulated goals, discernment, priorities and a belief in the positive intentions of our employees.  Takes an active role in developing talent.  Builds and enables a high engaged high performing team.  Strong communicator.   - Technical leadership demonstrates breadth and depth of professional/technical skills and capabilities in enterprise software architecture, data and analytics, and health platforms such as EHRs; shares knowledge; sets or contributes to the organization's direction. Influences with fluency on technology related change.   - Operational leadership is responsible for agility and high performance of team which models the willingness, leadership, and courage to challenge the status quo; fosters creativity; and problem solves/acts quickly to activate change, innovation and resilience.  Delivers a highly stable, robust environment for CSH and enables our business.  Thinks “human first” in operational experiences delivered.   Shows discipline of execution and delivery.   - Financial leadership understands the organizations financial processes.  Prepares, justifies and administers his/her budget.  Oversees procurement and contracting to achieve desired results. Monitors expenditures and uses cost benefit thinking to (re)set priorities.  Focuses on value creation for CommonSpirit Health – this includes IT centric cost management and business results for CSH. Drives a fiscal disciplined behavior in her/his team.  Thinks long term and short term while managing finance and value creation.   - Mission centric value creation: Be a thought leader obsessed with creating value for CSH, our communities, our consumers/patients, physicians, employees. Be willing and committed to changing the game of technology, for CSH, disrupt the industry while being obsessed about value created for our mission and ministry.   - Innovation: help to create an environment that fosters innovation and risk taking and rewards execution and results. The ideal candidate will have a natural curiosity for staying abreast of global technology trends and their applicability to CSH’s capabilities. Exemplifies out of the box thinking while adhering to the team’s mission and objectives.   - Evangelist: The VP of Software Architecture will be responsible for evangelizing an enterprise software architecture culture; one that embraces the latest design patterns such as RESTful APIs, Cloud Platform As a Service, reusable containers and micro services and data and AI concepts; articulating the team’s strategy to all key stakeholders; ExecutiveTeam Benefits Include: Benefits include Medical, Dental, Vision, Paid Time Off, Holidays, Retirement Program, Disability Plans, Tuition Reimbursement, Adoption Assistance, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Discount Programs, Life Insurance Plans, Worker Compensation, Dress for Your Day Policy, Voluntary Benefits.   Compensation Range: $88.46 to $123.84, hourly rates, annualized.   Position is eligible for incentive pay based on company performance.
Job ID
2020-123582
Department
Information Technology
Facility
CATHOLIC HEALTH INITIATIVES
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CO-ENGLEWOOD
The VP and Divisional Chief Information Officer (DCIO) will directly report to the SVP of Division Health Technologies.  This role is the main interface between Technology & Digital (TD) and the Division Executive Team to ensure that Technology & Digital is a source of competitive advantage in their Division.  As a key member of both the Technology & Digital and Division Executive team, the DCIO will be the customer facing role and key TD interface to their Division Business Partners.   This leader works in a matrix model with key national TD leaders to deliver Technology & Digital solutions that provide efficient, reliable, scalable and secure applications and processes in their Division. The DCIO will proactively manage all activities related to delivery and operations of infrastructure, application and digital services in their hospital, ambulatory and other care sites.  This individual will work in a highly matrixed structure to achieve this.  They will collaborate with Division and National leaders to ensure delivery of exceptional customer experience.    STRATEGY - Under the direction of the CIDO and in collaboration with the SVP of Digital Health Technologies the DCIO will lead the strategy development for the Divisions top Technology & Digital needs. - Develops, coordinates, guides and executes TD systems and operational plans, participating proactively with the division and facility management to optimize the use of technology and digital in support of the clinical/patient-focused mission and business strategy. - Drives consumer focused integrated care by leading the development and implementation of Division initiatives that improve cost effectiveness, healthcare service quality and business development opportunities. - Demonstrate effective financial stewardship by fostering utilization of CommonSpirit standard solutions and ensures that division solutions and initiatives are not in conflict with CommonSpirit enterprise solutions, processes, standards and policies. - Deliver efficient, reliable, scalable, and secure TD infrastructure and applications, processes and operations required to operate, sustain and grow the business with a keen focus on managing costs. - Partner with leadership across the Ministry to support the vision, mission, values and related business goals and objectives of CommonSpirit Health.   LEADERSHIP - Ensure seamless value delivery by evangelizing, owning and driving digital, application and infrastructure enterprise and local initiatives. - In partnership ship with national delivery leadership the DCIO develops and maintains an appropriate organizational structure and staffing capable of supporting the business and operational needs of the facilities within the division. - Demonstrate effective financial stewardship by developing and contributing to annual capital and operating budgets for division TD operations and the division strategic roadmap. - Oversees the ongoing development, delivery and operations of the products and services roadmap. - Monitors TD activities and costs related to the utilization of resources required to meet programmatic operational requirements - Create one inspired team by proactively fostering commitment to one cohesive TD team and CommonSpirit ministry - Create a TD culture obsessed about the consumer, experimentation, empowerment and agility while ensuring that the TD organization is keenly focused on providing an exceptional employee and consumer experience. TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT - Drives consumer focused integrated care by bringing the Division, Customer and Operations perspective and in partnership with TD, Digital and business partners ensure Divisional requirements are addressed in all division TD strategies. - Proactively partners with national service delivery leaders to manage the local TD environment according to negotiated and established service levels and in accordance with enterprise standards and guidelines. - Proactively partners with national service delivery leaders to ensure that the division and facility technology environment is continually refreshed and capable of supporting the business and health care operations. - Ensures standardization of systems and processes within the division to maximize utilization, cost reduction and reporting. - Ensures that enterprise Technology & Digital operate according to internal standards, external accrediting agency standards, and legal requirements. Enforces policy and procedures to ensure the protection of enterprise TD assets and the integrity, security and privacy of information. Develops and maintains a division wide business recovery plan. - Maintains contact with TD suppliers and maintains knowledge of current technology, equipment, prices and terms of agreements to minimize the investment required to meet established service levels. - Demonstrates effective financial stewardship by evaluatinig alternatives, performs cost benefit analysis, and recommends solutions within corporate policies and standards. - Serves as division agent assigned to negotiate division-specific TD contracts, mediate contractual disputes and complete amendments to core agreements. - Engage in transformation to an Agile and Product driven planning and deployment cycle which results in continuous delivery of high-quality products and services on time and within budget ExecutiveTeam
Job ID
2020-125904
Department
Information Technology
Facility
CATHOLIC HEALTH INITIATIVES
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
POSITION SUMMARY   Has direct line authority for the medical, surgical, telemetry, adult ICU, Women's Services, Laboratory, Pharmacy, Imaging services, Clinical Education, Quality Services including Risk Management, Infection Control, and regulatory compliance. The position has matrix responsibility for all nursing positions throughout the facility to ensure that appropriate standards are met.   POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES - Participates in the decision-making processes by collaboratng with leaders from the governing body, health system management, management, medical staff and clinical areas in developing strategic plans, budgets, resource allocation, operation plans and policies. - Mentors and Develops leaders and staff to assume leadership roles both formally and informally. - Develops and Implements effective communication channels to provide information to all staff members. - Enhances a positive working relationship and the ability to problem solve with other members of the patient care delivery team including physicians and other departments. - Directs the development, implementation and administration of a shared decision making. - Determines the types and numbers of nursing personnel and staff necessary to provide nursing care for all areas of the hospital. - Establishes and Implements patient care standards that meet national, state and local rules and regulations as well as voluntary accreditation standards. - Participates in the evaluation, selection and integration of health care technology and information management systems. - Ensures that processes and policies create an environment for the staff to meet patient and family needs. - Collaborates and creates effective and ongoing programs to monitor, evaluate, and improve the quality of care and services. - Utilizes outcomes and nursing-sensitive indicators as an integral part of evaluating the adequacy of the annual staffing plan. - Responsible for the development and management of operating and capital budgets for patient care areas. - Develops expectation of consistency in application of human resource policies and procedures across departments. - Accountable for human resource management by monitoring, correcting variances for productive and non-productive utilization. #CHI-LI
Job ID
2020-143515
Department
Administration
Facility
St. Luke's Health System - Corporate
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-Pasadena
Serves at the executive level providing leadership in the delivery of nursing care, treatment, and services. Has direct line authority for patient care units, Social Services, Palliative Care, Case Management, Emergency Center, Community Emergency Centers, Patient Placement, Endoscopy, Dialysis, Infusion Therapy, Nursing Administration, Center for Advanced Practice, Nursing & Patient Education, Internal Medicine, and Psychiatry. Has the primary responsibility for establishing and ensuring clinical patient care standards are achieved in a cost-effective manner. Establish nursing services consistent with the overall hospital values and goals and to provide a practice environment to assure CHI St. Luke's as an employer of choice. Has the authority and responsibility for meeting the bottom lines of quality and financial performance for the areas of accountability. The position also has matrix responsibility for all nursing positions through out the hospital to ensure that appropriate standards of care are met.   Position Responsibilities 1. Participates in hospital's decision-making processes by collaborating with leaders from the governing body, health system management, hospital leadership council, medical staff and clinical areas in developing strategic plans, budgets, resource allocation, operational plans and policies 2. Leads nursing leadership in the development of a nursing mission, vision, philosophy, strategic plan congruent with the hospital's mission, vision, and strategic plan. 3. Mentors and Develops managers and staff to assume leadership roles both formally and informally, via role modeling and facilitating staff participation in a shared leadership structure. 4. Directs patient care team effectively as team leader and change agent 5. Develops and Implements effective communication channels to provide information to all staff members; provide the forum for staff to verbalize concerns, issues and ideas in a non-threatening environment. 6. Develops and continually enhances a positive working relationship and the ability to problem solve with other members of the patient care delivery team including physicians and other departments. 7. Directs the development, implementation and administration of a shared decision making model 8. Represents nursing services at established meetings with other hospital leaders, medical staff, and other clinical leaders. 9. Advocates for nursing staff regarding allocation of resources including FTEs, systems, equipment, and support. 10. Meets regularly with nursing management and staff nurse professional council members to facilitate problem resolution, information exchange, planning and timely communication. 11. Designs and approves the plan for providing patient care including determining the types and numbers of nursing personnel and staff necessary to provide nursing care for all areas of the hospital. 12. Provides for the establishment and implementation of patient care standards including policies and procedures that meet national, state and local rules and regulations as well as voluntary accreditation standards 13. Participates in the evaluation, selection, and integration of health care technology and information management systems that support patient needs and the efficient utilization of patient care resources 14. Designs and Implements patient care programs that meet the nursing care needs of the patient populations served. 15. Ensures that processes and policies for patient care are designed to foster the ability of the staff to meet patient and family needs rather than navigating complex systems within institution 16. Promotes a caring helpful environment including the arrangement of the physical setting and assembling equipment in a manner conducive to more effective and efficient patient care 17. Creates environment where patients and families are considered partners in care. 18. Assures structures and processes are established to ensure a safe work environment. 19. Plans, promotes, and conducts quality monitoring and enhancement activities; Actively involved in advancing clinical outcomes and quality improvements within the framework of the CHI St. Luke's Performance Improvement Plan. 20. Collaborates with other disciplines in the monitoring, evaluation and enhancement of the facility wide continuous quality enhancement program; Develops, Directs, and monitors the effects of patient care redesign programs 21. Creates effective and ongoing programs to monitor, evaluate, and improve the quality of care and services 22. Utilizes analysis of outcomes, processes, and nursing-sensitive indicators to evaluate the adequacy of the annual staffing plan, to drive improvement and to demonstrate successes and opportunities for nursing. 23. Identifies key quality indicators to be monitored and evaluated. Uses benchmark data from internal and external sources to identify opportunities for improvement. 24. Provides for the development and management of operating and capital budgets for patient care areas; Responsible for overall performance according to budget 25. Directs creative strategies to lower costs while maintaining or enhancing quality 26. Develops monitoring systems to provide accurate and timely assessment of performance according to budget 27. Assists in contract negotiation and administration for contracted services 28. Develops patient and family focused collegial relationships with all members of the health care team and all departments in the hospital. 29. Demonstrates and creates expectation of consistency in application of human resource policies and procedures across departments. Demonstrates accountability for human resource management by monitoring, correcting variances for productive and non-productive utilization. 30. Promotes programs to provide job related growth and upward mobility for the staff in areas of responsibility. Promotes nursing expertise in specialties. 31. Provides employees with specific, timely, and constructive feedback including meaningful and annual performance appraisals. 32. Assists with coaching and counseling as needed. 33. Interviews and selects persons for positions based on the candidates' whose qualifications and personal philosophies are compatible with the hospital's mission and values of integrity, goal orientation, excellence, valuing people, and stewardship.   ExecutiveTeam
Job ID
2020-129028
Department
Nursing Administration
Facility
St. Luke's Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
The Vice President of Operations for Dignity Health Medical Foundation is responsible for the development and execution of the operational strategy to maximize the performance of assigned areas. These responsibilities include but is not limited to; communicating, directing, planning, organizing, financial/operational monitoring and integration operations to facilitate the delivery of cost effective, high quality healthcare serves in an ever-changing environment. The Vice President, Operations will provide the leadership and direction for assigned areas. This position will partner with leaders throughout Dignity Health to drive initiatives, programs and services to enable the organization to deliver on its mission, strategies, and goals. As a member of Dignity Health Medical Foundation's senior leadership team, the Vice President, Operations will exhibit and promote the mission and values of Dignity Health.   Essential Job Functions: 1. Ensures all elements of the strategic plan are aligned and implemented within assigned operational areas. 2. Ensures that quality, satisfying, and affordable care is provided by the acquisition, utilization and organization of human, financial, technical, and physical resources. 3. Establishes short and long-range management, organizational, operational, and financial plans to support the organization's values, vision, strategy and goals. 4. Ensures assigned areas are aligned with growth opportunities. 5. Participates in the development of the overall strategy and ensures execution of the strategic priorities. 6. Responsible for developing and maintain a business/management approach to track, monitor, communicate and achieve established goals and targets for assigned areas. Reports regular on performance with corrective strategies as needed. 7. Leads and drives operational improvements in the patient experience, physician and staff engagement, while increasing revenues and reducing costs to improve our competitive position. 8. Ensures consistency of operations and compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, and statutes. 9. Organizes functions through establishing clear accountabilities and decision rights, delegation of duties, and appropriate departmentalization without creating silos. 10. Maintains responsibility for positive physician relations. 11. Ensures team works collaboratively with others in successfully supporting strategic and other initiatives. 12. Is accountable for a comprehensive and effective communication strategy within assigned areas that promotes a common understanding of the market, vision, strategy, and accountabilities. Promotes a culture of two-way communications, and creates opportunities for physician/staff participation. 13. Establishes short and long-range operational plans, initiatives and processes to support the organization's mission, vision, strategies and goals and to optimize current and future performance. 14. Develops, inspires, and maintains an effective, visible, and well-respected team by selecting, evaluating, developing, coaching, and managing the performance of qualified professionals. 15. Functions as a liaison with hospital leadership. 16. Works with others to further and improve integration efforts. 17. Creates an empowering environment and continually builds a learning organization capable of being more nimble in a changing business environment. 18. Maintains professional affiliations to enhance professional growth and remains current with the latest trends in healthcare. 19. Ensures safe work environment.  
Job ID
2020-146950
Department
Clinic Administration
Facility
Dignity Health Medical Group Region
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-Rancho Cordova

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