The Associate Executive Director of Clinical Services will be primarily responsible for the process of interdisciplinary case conferencing to ensure best patient outcomes, ensure the integration of rehabilitation to the teams in a more effective manner and assist to further homogenize QI into the framework of the teams. This position will be responsible for driving integrated clinical and business strategies. Additionally, this role will be responsible for delivering competitive programs that resonate in the market place and meet performance goals and commitments. This position plays a key role in medical cost stewardship and ensuring clinical quality of services to our patients.
-Provides leadership in developing, implementing, and communicating short and long-range plans, goals, and objectives for the function. Aligns team goals with the organization’s vision and strategy.
-Develops strategies and tactics to effectively manage healthcare costs and improve clinical quality across all product lines. Partners with At Home leaders and stakeholders to develop and implement overall medical management strategies and operational plans.
-Develops, recommends and implements clinical and operational policies and procedures.
-Manages the organization to provide clear metrics and ensure results are achieved across clinical services functions and various Lines of Business (e.g. commercial group and individual, government programs Medicare and Federal Employee Program).
-Analyzes and uses information and data to guide the development and implementation of health care interventions that improve value to the member and payers.
-Ensures programs meet federal and state regulations, accreditation standards, quality metrics, client requirements, and evolving models of care (e.g. accountable care organizations, patient centered homes).
-Determines appropriate staffing levels and resource needs, creates and manages department and/or project budgets, allocates resources, and approves expenditures.
-Fosters an effective work environment and ensures employees receive appropriate communication, recognition and development.
-A NYS Registered Nurse
-A Master’s Degree with a specialization in Education, Hospital Administration, Health Care Administration, Administrative Medicine or in Public Health from an accredited college or university; and,
-Six years of high-level responsible experience in Hospital Administration, Business Administration, Public Administration or an equivalent field, or as an Assistant to a Hospital Administrator in a position of direct responsibility for operations of a major part or all of a hospital, including substantial exposure in meeting community health needs; or,
an equivalent combination of training, education and experience in related fields and educational disciplines; and,
-Thorough knowledge of the fundamentals of hospital organization, administration and standards, regulations and laws applicable to hospital operations.
In addition we are specifically looking for someone with:
-Strong Certified Home Health Agency experience
-Demonstrated competency related to creating and executing business strategies and driving results within a large, complex organization and/or with external partners.
-Proven ability to implement and execute successful business transformation and lead through change.
-Proven ability to develop a high performing team and manage and develop leaders.
New York, New York
NYC Health + Hospitals
Jul 2nd, 2018