Assistant VP of Patient Services
Cincinnati Children's Hospital
3333 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati OH 45223
Compensation: $62.63 - $81.38 / Hour
Posted Date: 09/14/2023
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About Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
Cincinnati Children’s is a nonprofit, comprehensive pediatric health system. As a leader in research and education, Cincinnati Children’s is consistently ranked as one of America’s best children’s hospitals by U.S. News & World Report and is one of the top recipients of pediatric research grants from the National Institutes of Health.
Assistant VP of Patient Services
Provide leadership comprehensively to programs and respective Directors. Partner closely with key stakeholders across the organization. A professional within the health care sector focused on the care of individuals; families; and communities so they may attain; maintain; or recover optimal health and quality of life.
- Responsible for the development of strategic and operational tactics to promote patient and employee outcomes for areas of responsibility.
- Partner with respective Divisional & System leaders to think, plan, and translate strategic plans into action. Develop the necessary and innovative analytical techniques and resources to enable successful growth.
- Proactively work to bring the ‘outside in’ to ensure relevance and continued innovation leadership for CCHMC.
- Identify and support community outreach and marketing initiatives that may enhance the development of new business opportunities.
- Develop care and services to attract children outside of our region.
- Participate in efforts to refine technology to support patient care.
- May encourage and support research in associated areas of responsibility.
- Demonstrates consistent integration of the Interprofessional Practice Model (IPM) in all aspects of practice.
- Participate in opportunities to create academic partnerships to ensure a qualified workforce for the future.
- Plan, develop, and enable plans that embody diversity and inclusion.
- Oversee translation of institutional strategic plan into yearly priorities.
- Develop associated reporting mechanisms to track and ensure the progress of plans.
- Track and report to Senior Management on a routine basis the organization’s progress to achieve the goals of the strategic plan.
- Proactively evaluate progress to targeted outcomes and adjust for unanticipated factors that may influence the ability to achieve targets.
- Keep key leadership, administrative staff, and other stakeholders fully informed of projected and actual developments in a timely manner.
- Create and enable cultures to promote patient safety.
- Meet annual safety goals as defined by the organization.
- Participate and support improvement efforts of Strategy & Growth to improve overall communication, intake, integration, and prioritization.
- Assure oversight, enable success, and assure compliance with regulatory requirements and accreditation standards.
- Responsible for the development of strategy and tactics related to the institutional strategic plan.
- Coordinate with all appropriate divisions and departments (both clinical and non).
- Lead and assist in strategic and operational meetings, including agenda and materials preparation, facilitation of discussion, maintaining topic flow for completion of agenda, and eliciting definitive action plans.
- Be a conduit for communication and making connections to other institutional initiatives related to growth.
- Effectively demonstrate communication skills related to conveying relevant information.
- Develop and maintain efficient internal communication processes to support the activities of the department/program.
- As a leader in the field, represent the organization at major external and internal meetings, conferences, and seminars and enhance the awareness of CCHMC’s position as a national leader in the field of pediatric health care planning.
- As an operational and clinical expert, model this knowledge in daily work and teach/coach others for their development.
- Develop knowledge and professional skills through cross-training, literature, and attendance at department meetings.
- Participate in improving organizational performance by recommending areas or approaches for improvement activities, collecting data, and providing input to department discussions.
- Coach and mentor personnel to enhance professional knowledge.
- Make job requirements and goals for each position clear to employees and ensure sufficient training to achieve the desired level of competency.
- Holds self and others accountable for mutual professional expectations and outcomes.
- Participate in organizational succession planning and assure active continuity plans for key areas of responsibility.
- Identify, evaluate, and make fiscally responsible recommendations regarding resource needs for the department, including finances, materials, human resources, capital, and space.
- Prepare, coordinate, evaluate, and manage the area’s annual fiscal operating and capital equipment budgets.
- Assure financial accountability for annual operating and capital expenditures and budgets.
- Meet yearly goals for contribution margin, percent variance from budget, and overtime rate.
- Monitor outcomes and the costs of services in order to evaluate, modify, continue, or discontinue programs.
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
- Master’s degree in a related field.
- Seven or more years of work experience in Nursing.
- Ohio license of the relevant clinical discipline.
- Supervisory experience in a hospital is preferred.
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Application Deadline: Until Filled
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