Posted in Other 15 days ago.
Director, Hospital Medicine
you will be accountable for the strategic development and operational performance of Hospital Medicine. You'll partner with physicians leaders, Strategy and Business Development and Regional Network staff, referral sources, and senior leadership, to develop and implement vision, strategies, tactics, new business plans and annual program plans that ensure the delivery and sustained quality of services to meet current and anticipated patient, family and referral source needs and to ensure alignment with overall organizational values and strategic initiatives.
You'll work closely with physician leaders, operational leaders, and senior leaders across the organization to assess trends, opportunities, changes in reimbursement patterns, competition, medical and scientific advances and develop and execute key business strategies that secure and sustain program performance and growth.
You will also be responsible for Provider Practice Plan Performance by working collaboratively with senior physician leadership, Advanced Practice Provider leadership, CUMG, UWSOM Department Chairs/leaders and SC leadership to steward SC investments in practice plans.
Required Education/Experience - MHA, MBA, MPH, MSN, or related field - At least five years experience of progressively responsible senior management experience in a hospital or health care setting. - Demonstrated experience in program and business planning. - Demonstrated ability to lead in an environment of rapid change. Preferred: - Experience in an academic medical setting - Experience with Lean methodology - Experience in pediatrics
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