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Radiological duties to include but not limited to: performing diagnostic procedures according to established standards and department policies. Preparing diagnostic procedures for interpretation in accordance with established department policies and procedures. Clerical duties to include but not limited to: facilitating a positive patient experience through friendly coordination and advocacy in terms of reception, assisting with registration, information gathering, and other interactions. Also assisting in proper identification of the patient, collection of patient demographics information, coordination with the Urgent Care’s assignment process as well as anticipating and responding to the non-clinical needs of patients and their families. General duties include but not limited to: patient intake and discharge, obtaining and recording vitals, 12 lead ECG, room and unit preparation, and phlebotomy requests. Performs a variety of other duties including scheduling procedures, answering telephones, and interacting with other departmental and hospital employees. This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of St. Bernardine Medical Center. It is expected that the employee will demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values. The employee shall support St. Bernardine Medical Center’s strategic plan and the goals and direction of the quality improvement/process improvement activities. Requirements: One year experience as a diagnostic staff technologist in a hospital or clinical setting. Computer literacy Excellent communication skills and ability to interact well with the public and other hospital departments Knowledge of medical terminology Knowledge of admissions procedures, government bylaws, managed care and associates insurance preferred Bilingual skills desirable (English/Spanish) Ability to perform 12 lead ECG/EKG studies. California Radiologic Technology license (C.R.T.), American Registry of Radiologic Technology license (A.R.R.T.), BLS Healthcare Provider CPR, Phlebotomy certificate preferred
This position will review medical records, benefit, contractual and other guidelines to determine benefit coverage, medical appropriateness including, access, scope availability, and level of care considerations. Position updates and processes member records. Position Assists Member Services Dept, Claim Dept. and Physician and ancillary Providers and Health Plans with issues that require medical interpretation, research or clarification. Position performs audits of various medical records and documentation as needed. Position works closely with Primary Care and Specialist physicians, Medical Director, ancillary providers and case management to coordinate member care. Position performs function of a clinical resource to non-licensed staff. Develops support tools for communication of standards and expectations.
In the role of Category Strategist you will be part of the ITD Vendor Management Office. The Category Strategist will be responsible for managing vendor strategy for their assigned categories for a significant total spend (between $50M to $400M). This will include developing appropriate category strategies, sourcing strategies, negotiations, delivering cost savings and other financial metrics and managing supplier and stakeholder relationships.
Principle Duties and Accountabilities:
- Manage suppliers, including score carding and active KPI (Key Performance Indicator) monitoring
- Responsible for managing the creation of category result objectives on a national level
- Maintain assigned annual cost savings targets.
- Responsible for monitoring risks and opportunities within the assigned categories
- Responsible for managing and reporting on category annual operating planning cycle, including yearly planning activities
- Manage stakeholders and partner with senior level internal stakeholders to align on priorities and needs
- Manages one or more categories of high complexity using strategic sourcing principles
- Understands relevant business priorities and needs
- Owns and oversees contract compliance once agreement is signed
- Research, select, develop and maintain adequate sources of supply to ensure that the requirements of the category are met with the optimum quality, service and cost of use
- Ability to successfully meet or exceed business objective through supplier negotiations,
- Analyze market and supply dynamics related to supplier proposals to develop a matrix of negotiation scenarios
- Interacts with key stakeholders to guide toward preferred suppliers and develops risk assessments for their category
- Comprehend and provide constructive input/redlines on legal contract documents related to purchasing terms, conditions, indemnification, intellectual property ownership, etc.
- Knowledgeable about the markets and how the markets influence price, availability and supply chain.
- Contribute to an environment in which all team members are respected regardless of their individual differences and are motivated to improve both their individual and team contributions to achieve desired business results.
- Communication effectively with superior and other who have a need to know.
This position is responsible for the charitable fund development programs of CHI St. Luke’s Health through corporations, foundations, governmental entities and individuals. This position contributes to the mission and vision of CHI St. Luke’s Health by working in close collaboration and partnership with the CHI St. Luke’s Health Chief Executive Officer, as well as the Executive Leadership Team, Texas Foundation Board, the leadership and to assist CHI St. Luke’s Health in meeting the healthcare needs of our patients, and our communities. The advancement program requires implementation of a comprehensive fundraising program that includes but is not limited to major gift fundraising, annual giving, employee giving, planned giving, board giving, special events, corporate and foundation grants and donor stewardshipcoordination and management from all sources. Addititionally, the Division Vice President of Development should have experience and expertise in nonprofit operations and governance in order to ensure a high quality, efficient program. The Division Vice President of Development will build upon CHI St. Luke’s Health’s organizational strengths to conceptualize and to implement a well-coordinated advancement program. The Division Vice President of Development will lead the philanthropic arm of CHI St. Luke’s Health and be responsible for all fundraising-related activities that engender community support and charitable giving in support of CHI St. Luke’s Health’s mission of community service.
Essential Key Job Responsibilities
- Oversees all aspects of charitable fundraising efforts on behalf of CHI Health through a direct reporting relationship with the foundation leaders across the organization. In addition, accountable for the direct management of the day to day operations of the St. Luke’s Health Foundation, and will also personally handle a fundraising portfolio.
- Oversees all business functions of the CHI St. Luke’s Health Foundations, and develops and implements operating systems and policies for its management.
- Develops and submits annual expense budgets for each local foundation and their respective annual charitable fundraising income projections in cooperation with CHI St. Luke’s Health Finance and Accounting staff. Ensures the foundations operate within allocated funds. Prepares records and reports required for administrative and regulatory purposes.
- Serves as the representative of foundation for CHI St. Luke’s Health at the National CHI Foundation CDO Council.
- Facilitates a regular strategic fundraising planning process that establishes collective and individual goals and metrics. Is responsible for the systematic monitoring and evaluation of program effectiveness.
- Plans, organizes and directs the development of gifts and funds from individuals, corporations, foundations, and governmental entities, utilizing a relationship-building model. Develops and recommends goals and objectives for CHI St. Luke’s Health charitable fundraising by aligning foundation activities with the CHI St. Luke’s Health system strategic plan. Implements campaigns, fundraising techniques and guidelines to achieve such goals through an annual implementation plan. Evaluates changing trends in philanthropy, tax, and estate planning regulations to develop new programs responsive to the fundraising needs of CHI St. Luke’s Health. Evaluates the performance of each foundation in relation to established goals and implements changes to improve services.
- Initiates programs to continually improve relations between each local foundation and its committees, foundation staff, system administration, medical staff, sponsoring agencies and the community at large. Keeps foundation boards and associated committees informed of the fundraising program, current issues, and matters affecting CHI St. Luke’s Health and healthcare as a whole. Creates (and oversees) the annual development plans for each community foundation in cooperation with local market leadership. Provides planning and leadership for service line fundraising activities.
- Oversight of all funds managed by the including but not limited to; fund balances, fund transfers, coordination of fund administrators, fund policies and procedures and approval of new funds
- Coordinate efforts with the National CommonSpirit Health and CHI Foundation and other foundation administrators within the system.
- Responsible for personal and professional growth through participation in appropriate CHI St. Luke’s Health system meetings, service programs and continuing education programs. Serves on CHI St. Luke’s Health committees as requested. Keeps current on operational trends in the development field and healthcare industries
- Maintains a professional attitude with foundation staff, peers, medical staff, hospital staff, patients, visitors and other hospital personnel while assuring confidentiality of patients and other hospital information.
- Participates in all safety, security and infection control programs that are mandatory as well as those required and provided by the department.
- Demonstrates work practices consistent with CHI St. Luke’s Health and department-specific safety, security and infection control policies.
- Performs other duties as necessary and/or assigned by the CEO.
- Must have ability to work effectively and collaboratively in a diverse and multi-cultural environment.
- Completes annual and six-month performance review assessments within proper scope of judgment and accountability. This position will have dotted-line responsibility for the other foundation positions in the TX market. 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.
Under the supervision of the Program Manager and/or other administrative staff, the Visitation Specialist I (VSI) works with children of divorced, separated and never married families, providing supervised visits, and monitored exchanges. The Visitation Specialist writes objective notes based on observations during visits. The Visitation Specialist's work schedule includes working holidays, weekends and week days/evenings, and provides on-call coverage. Other responsibilities may include compiling reports, conducting intake/orientations of clients and their children, writing and editing reports, data entry and other responsibilities as assigned. The VSI is required to work a minimum of one weekend day and one week day evening every two weeks, be available to work when on-call, and attend a monthly staff
Position Summary: The Vice President leads and coordinates the successful management of all at risk capitation agreements and value based agreements (VBAs) for the Southern California market in the Southwest Division. This position works collaboratively with hospital executive management team, along with e Population Health, Payer strategies, and divisional leadership teams. In addition, the position will coordinate closely with key enterprise leadership, Southwest Division leadership and other key executives to ensure that provider; ancillary and administrative resources are organized and brought to bear in such a way as to ensure successful performance capitated agreements within the Southwest Division. Finally, this position will work closely with our affiliated MSOs, partner IPAs, and Health Plans, as needed/appropriate. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Responsible for coordination and oversight of capitated lives to achieve financial, growth and quality goals.
- Through partnerships with key leaders from all Southwest Division hospitals with risk sharing agreements, and Dignity Health enterprise services and structures, promotes alignment, serves as an escalation point to accountable departments and drives needed change and collaboration through the division.
- Responsible for the development of transformative risk management strategies drawing from national best practices,analytics, personal expertise and creativity to deliver value-based solutions and ensure an innovative network of providers.
- Partner with hospital leadership teams, the Southwest Division finance team and the Dignity Health Management Services Organization (DHMSO), along with partner IPAs and MSOs to create and manage healthcare delivery operations in support of capitated lives within the Southwest division. Work closely with all staff to insure risk pools are appropriately managed, audited and evaluated.
Under the direction of the Clinical Manager and/or Registered Nurse, assists nursing personnel in maintaining required medical record documentation, as well as administrative/clerical processes surrounding the daily operations of the Nursing Unit.
- Monitors the nurse’s station, call lights, phones, and charts.
- Alerts appropriate members of the healthcare team to the presence of problematic and/or emergent issues.
Position Summary: Manages the resources and daily activities of a nursing department while ensuring environmental factors support high standards of patient care. Assists in the training and development of new and existing staff members. Creates and maintains an environment that is conducive to learning transfer. Coordinates the activities of the unit for each shift and directs, organizes, and assigns work to the nursing staff. Provides patient care as needed. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Schedules nursing staff to specific shifts, taking into account past utilization trends. Measures employee performance. Assists in the training of new staff members and the development of existing staff members.
- Coordinates the activities of the unit during a particular shift and directs, organizes, and assigns work to the nursing staff.
- Assesses, monitors, and educates the nursing staff on patient care. Institutes emergency procedures as necessary.
- Provides nursing care to patients on an as needed basis.
The incumbent is accountable for employee health and safety at assigned facility. The incumbent will participate in implementation of program changes and work practices as directed for continued quality improvement. In addition, the incumbent provides coordination, planning, development, evaluation and monitoring of Hospital Compensation, Transitional Work (TWP) and Employee Health programs. The incumbent reports directly to the Service Area Director, Employee Health.
The Wound Care Nurse is a skilled and experienced professional Registered Nurse (RN) responsible for the development, coordination, intervention, and monitoring of the St. Bernardine's Wound Care Program. The Wound Care Nurse provides expert direction and support, establishes standards of care and clinical competencies to meet patient needs, and training to ensure quality clinical care. The Wound Care Nurse is responsible for quality initiatives and compliance. The wound care nurse works collaboratively with the medical staff, and provides education to patients, caregivers and staff on wound, ostomy and continence care. This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of St. Bernardine's Medical Center. It is expected that the employee will demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values. The employee shall support St. Bernardine's Medical Center strategic plan and the goals and direction of the quality improvement process and activities.
The Wound Care Nurse is a skilled and experienced professional Registered Nurse (RN) responsible for the development, coordination, and monitoring of the hospital's Wound Care Program. The Wound Care Nurse provides expert direction and support, establishes standards of care and clinical competencies to meet patient needs, and training to ensure quality clinical care. The Wound Care Nurse is responsible for quality initiatives and compliance. The Wound Care Nurse works collaboratively with the medical staff, and provides education to patients, caregivers, and staff on wound, ostomy and continence care. The Wound Care Nurse also works collaboratively with the Neuro Care and Children's Sub-Acute Units. This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of Community Hospital of San Bernardino. It is expected that the employee will demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values. The employee shall support Community Hospital of San Bernardino strategic plan and the goals and direction of the quality improvement, process, and activities.
The Wound Ostomy/Continence RN develops and coordinates the hospital Ostomy Care program. This position is located in the outpatient Wound Care department and assists with complex inpatient wound/ostomy patients. The Wound Ostomy/Continence RN establishes standards of care and clinical competencies to meet patient needs and develops training to ensure clinical expertise. The Wound Ostomy/Continence RN collaborates with the Medical Staff and provides education to patients, caregivers and staff on wound and ostomy care. This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the mission of the hospital.