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The incumbent is accountable for staff functions which enhance the delivery of patient care in accordance with the standards of nursing practice through managing patient care across the continuum. The incumbent is responsible for monitoring and facilitating patient progress for interventional cardiac patients with a primary emphasis on timely admission and discharge. This position interactions closely with the Nursing Practitioner and EP physicians to develop and implement a daily patient flow plan. The EP Coordinator additionally interacts with staff RNs, educators, care coordinators, leadership, and physicians to encourage timely patient flow within the hospital setting. The incumbent is also responsible for clinical data collection and report generation.
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.
Provides cleaning of patient care rooms, waiting rooms, offices and other locations as needed. The Environmental Services Surgical Specialist is allowed access to medication and storage rooms for cleaning purposes.
Provides cleaning of patient care rooms, waiting rooms, offices and other locations as needed. The Environmental Services Surgical Specialist is allowed access to medication and storage rooms for cleaning purposes.
- Under General Supervision, performs manual work and housekeeping cleaning to maintain the patient areas and surrounding non-patient areas as required.
- May be required to do Linen distribution in patient and non patient areas. 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.
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In keeping with the French Medical Center health care philosophy, the Environmental Technician I performs a variety of cleaning tasks necessary to maintain and improve the appearance and sanitary condition of the campus. Selection CriteriaOne to three years prior housekeeping experience
Job Summary / Purpose
Reporting to the Chief Diversity Officer
Provides advanced-level administrative support services to a CommonSpirit Leader. Exercises discretion and independent judgment while performing key job responsibilities. Demonstrates administrative leadership capabilities and serves as a role model for other ASG members in both professional skill and behavioral competency.
Essential Key Job Responsibilities
•Completes standard administrative processes such as mail processing, filing, faxing, scanning, copying, collating and organizing as needed; may delegate or outsource these functions to others if resources are available
•Proactively and independently manages, analyzes (as needed) and coordinates calendars and itineraries; plans, develops and schedules future meetings and agendas on behalf of leader
•Creates and edits documents, spreadsheets, presentations and meeting minutes and organizational charts; additionally is able to develop complex documents, spreadsheets and presentations independently on behalf of the leader supported as needed
•Coordinates travel arrangements, including complex travel itineraries for leaders supported utilizing standard processes and resources
•Runs and distributes standard reports; creates custom reports and/or analyzes reports as needed
•Follows (and may create) procedures and maintains procedural documentation
•Prepares for and supports meetings including scheduling and preparing appropriate meeting space, ordering catering, providing hospitality services to guests and assisting with materials, presentations and other resources as requested
•Independently plans, organizes and oversees large scale meetings and/or conferences ensuring that critical needs and all details are considered and addressed (includes site selection, contract management, agendas, materials production and coordination of presenters and other resources); may include group travel coordination
•Records and creates advanced documentation of meeting minutes based on knowledge of the business
•Independently produces clear, concise and accurate communications for personal distribution or when drafting communications for leader supported
•Proofreads and edits others' communications before distribution
•Administers distribution lists
•Administers collaboration communities on Inside CHI
•Creates and conducts surveys and provides organized reports to leaders (may provide recommendations for leader consideration when presenting survey results)
•Submits and codes invoices and expense reports; assists with routing to the appropriate queues for leader approval; approves invoices according to predetermined guidelines
•Collects and compiles data in preparation for budget process; may be asked to prepare reports in support of leader's budget responsibilities
•Processes and files department contracts and agreements; previews and monitors contracts for changes and/or action
•May assist with editing timekeeping records
•Cross trains to learn unique responsibilities of peers within the department/group
•Gains in-depth specific knowledge about their particular department/group and the organization to build business acumen; develops an understanding of the interconnectedness of departments/groups and senior leadership team; applies knowledge in daily work
•Provides back-up administrative coverage for peers ensuring all internal and external customers are served (back-up coverage may be requested for another department or group as well; requested by manager and based on business need; ASG members function as a team for the organization as a whole; may include answering another leader's phone or responding to inquiries to ensure seamless customer service)
•Secures back-up administrative coverage for their own absences
•Coordinates administrative projects and leads committees
•May participate in CSH committees on a volunteer basis or as requested (volunteer assignments must be approved by supervisor in advance)
The Executive Coordinator role supports the Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications, Public Affairs, & Marketing and two additional executives in the Corporate Communications department in San Francisco, CA. Seeking highly experienced individual who understands the vital nature of this role and seeks to partner with their executives. Individual must have proven work experience with highly sensitive/confidential information and always display professional courtesy and business maturity in all matters.
- Performs diversified executive coordinator and administrative duties of a confidential nature which relieve executives of administrative details.
- Maintains executives’ daily calendars, schedules appointments and conferences, and makes necessary travel arrangements. Assembles necessary background materials for executives’ scheduled meetings. Organizes agenda notices and ensures proper distribution. Will attend meetings to organize and transcribe minutes as needed.
- Receives visitors and screens questions and requests. Interviews telephone callers and makes proper referrals. Frequently interfaces at the management level both internally and externally on matters relating to executives’ activities and requirements.
- Independently composes routine correspondence and non-routine complex letters from verbal instruction. Reviews materials prepared by others for supervisors’ signature to assure procedural and typographical accuracy.
- Assists executives in board meeting preparation, taking and transcription of meeting minutes, logistical planning of all meeting details including: understanding all Board processes and procedures; communicating and coordinating with Board Members, guests, executives, staff, and support staff, prepares complex Board documents and presentations, which requires outstanding levels of proofreading, formatting/word processing; attends Board meetings and ensures the needs of Board members, executives, guests, and staff are met quickly and thoroughly; ensures Board presentations run without error.
- Helps coordinate video teleconference meetings, schedules and coordinates travel and meetings.
- Sets up and maintains files of highly confidential data and information of major importance.
- Receives mail and administers organizational correspondence control. Independently answers correspondence or takes appropriate action when possible
- Collaborates with other departmental executive coordinators on a regular basis.
- Handles requests which require detailed knowledge of department policies and procedures. Assists in communicating executives’ requirements and expectations.
- Distribute, update, and manage electronic documents
- Clerically and grammatically edit a variety of material when necessary ensuring a strong attention to detail and accuracy.
- Compiles highly confidential data from various sources to integrate into regular and/or special reports. Independently contacts appropriate sources to obtain necessary information.
- Assists with any and all special projects accurately adhering to tight deadlines.
- Processes and reconciles invoices, expense reports and monthly charge card reports.
- Able to extrapolate information from multiple sources and provide concise updates for executives and department.
The Executive Director is responsible for providing senior leadership to the care centers in the assigned area of responsibility and, if applicable, assigned service line(s). The Executive Director is responsible for developing and effectively implementing the overall strategic plan in the areas of responsibility and applicable service line(s), in conjunction with the Vice President, Operations, to achieve excellence in patient care, employee engagement, organizational development, change management, human capital management, provider engagement, financial management, program delivery and growth goals.
The Executive Director is responsible for the senior leadership, planning, directing, monitoring and improving the overall performance for assigned care centers and service line(s) to achieve excellence in operations. Engages staff and cultivate a positive care center culture that prioritizes humankindness and patient-centric care consistent with Dignity Health and the medical group’s “way” and culture.
The Executive Director is accountable for operational, financial, clinical, quality, and business development activities in all areas of responsibility. As applicable, is responsible for the successful recruitment of providers and/or service line growth in alignment with targeted goals.
The Executive Director’s responsibilities could include multiple disciplines, including Pediatrics, Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Occupational Medicine, and the full spectrum of medical and surgical specialties with each managed as discreet departments and integrated as part a whole service line. Oversees the strategic development of assigned care centers and service line(s).
The Executive Director is responsible for effective management in his or her area of responsibility, in collaboration with area hospital leadership, to achieve Dignity Health Medical Foundation goals, which include top quartile nationally in quality, financial success and employer of choice. Leads and performs responsibilities in full alignment with Dignity Health Medical Foundation’s mission, values and Standards of Conduct. Collaborates closely within various areas of Dignity Health and Dignity Health Medical Foundation and must demonstrate exceptional collegial and productive working relations with others.
Dignity Health, the nation's fifth largest healthcare system, is currently looking for an experienced individual to fill the role of Executive Director, Population Health Management for Central California which includes the Valley Integrated Physician Network (VIPN). And San Joaquin Quality Care Network (SJQCN). This position is responsible for the development and management of Clinically Integrated networks, its market strategy and expansion, physician alignment and managed care risk management. The Executive Director reports to the Vice President of Population Health Management, the VIPN and SJQCN Board of Managers.
The Executive Director leads all Clinically Integrated Network operations, development and expansion, risk alignment for products including MSSP ACO, Medicaid, Commercial Managed Care and Direct to Employer solutions. The position will lead the development of the network for the markets and successfully manage value based contracts. Additionally, this position works collaboratively with the VP/ Chief Physician Executive Director of Physician Integration, Dignity Health MSO leadership and with Dignity Health Central CA hospital leadership, local hospital quality, finance and managed care staff.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES:
• Partner with VIPN and SJQCN Board of Managers to establish networks and services necessary to successfully manage risk contracts. Support the Payer Committee in developing payer relations strategy, support local negotiations as necessary, including issues pertaining to prioritization, on behalf of the CINs.
• Work collaboratively in cooperation with Dignity MSO to ensure staff and employees effectively manage ongoing operations in line with driving excellence in operations and patient care.
• Ensure the integration of activities in line with network and market-wide initiatives to drive alignment, standardization, and streamlining and increase operational efficiency.
• Ensure compliance with regulations and governing rules of Dignity Health and the Clinically Integrated Network, and contracted payers to include Federal and State payers.
• Lead with vision and create a culture that reflects a patient care-focused environment. Work collaboratively in cooperation with Dignity MSO staff to effectively resolve operational, staff and financial issues pertaining to the practice.
• Oversee the operations of the contractual agreements in the assigned area of responsibility to ensure they relate to strategy, execution, adherence and maintenance of effective care center and network management.
• Analyze program goals and objectives given current health care trends, make accurate short- and long-term projections to establish program needs and resource requirements; and help to identify potential sources of funds and revenues to meet those requirements.
• Partner with analytics team to develop network reporting tools to evaluate and develop actionable reports to communicate to providers regarding risk assessments and cost efficiency opportunities.
• Collaborate with Dignity Health MSO in administrative support responsibilities including creating and managing annual operating budget, hiring and management of market/network staff and efficiency of centralized operating functions.
• Support program communication plan and execution.
• Drive initiatives that organizationally contribute to long-term operational excellence.
• Ensure the long term financial viability of the market/network in value based agreements.
• Define market/network needs and gaps in current capabilities. Assess network adequacy to resolve the gaps for all provider types (acute, ambulatory and
Post-acute) and build networks necessary to offer to payers and employers cost efficient quality solutions for their populations.
• Oversee physician partnerships creating a shared vision and fostering a relationship characterized by open communication, trust and the values of CINs and Dignity Health.
• Enhance, monitor and administer market/network physician incentive program payments.
• Ensure care center management and Clinically Integrated Network provides appropriate data and analytics to allow providers to effectively evaluate all aspects of the CIN performance.
• Responsible for driving change through a strong partnership and collaboration in managing VBA lives to achieve shared contractual costs and quality goals. Partnership will be with the leaders from local market IPAs, Clinically Integrated Network and Central CA hospitals and payers.
• Develop and motivate direct reports to effectively deliver upon individual and CIN objectives in an efficient and innovative manner. Recognize and reward a high performing workforce, including recognition for excellence in patient care, teamwork and collaboration.
• Lead by example and creates an environment that fosters Dignity Health's mission, vision, values and the Standards of Behavior and Conduct. Ensure management and employees are connected to how they contribute to the mission of patient care, provider support and community relations. Develop effective working relationships with key stakeholders, leaders and staff.
• Effectively lead staff and employees in a manner that engages and retains well-qualified staff. Meet with staff and employees on frequent basis to effectively and timely disseminate information, gives staff opportunity for input on solving issues; improves communications, encourages effective teamwork and positive morale.
• Effectively engage staff and employees regarding the annual employee survey, including encouraging survey participation and developing an annual action plan based upon the results to drive continual improvement of the team's engagement. Demonstrate ownership and accountability of results and sets comprehensive team goals, which could include goals for personal improvement, and ensures goals are accomplished. Ensure staff is kept updated on progress and accomplishment of goals.
• Responsible for the development of transformative risk management solutions drawing from national best practices, analytics, personal expertise and creativity to deliver value based solutions and ensure an innovative network of providers.
• Develop and lead the strategy within the broad context of the system wide landscape by using performance measurements to guide strategic and operational decision-making.
• Participate with the CINs Board of Managers and all organizational committees meetings.
• Responsible for leading and managing the key day-to-day operational aspects of market/network development, management and risk arrangements.
• Demonstrate an ability to translate strategy to operational tactics. Focus efforts on actions that will have the greatest strategic impact. Strong operational knowledgeable about the functions and processes that contribute to operational performance. Educate management and staff on healthcare and business climate changes.
The Clinical Exercise Physiologist collaborates with multi-disciplinary team to provide comprehensive lifestyle modification services for individuals with chronic diseases. Responsible for developing and implementing treatment plan for own caseload. Participates in clinical and program decisions made by the Lifestyle Management Team.
- One year experience in lifestyle management, exercise training, prescription and supervision of medical patients required.
- M.S. or advanced degree in Exercise Physiology or related field required.
- Current BLS certification required.
- Current ACLS certification required.
- Current ACSM certification preferred.
- RCEP (Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist) preferred.
- Two years experience in lifestyle management, exercise training, prescription and supervision of medical patients preferred.
The Cardiology Exercise Technician facilitates cardiac rehabilitation exercise sessions, while monitoring cardiovascular response to exercise. Knowledge of cardiac anatomy and physiology arrhythmia recognition. Knowledge of exercise physiology principles.
Under direction from the clinical chairman, provides patient care in both the inpatient and outpatient setting
Come join our growing Family Medicine team at Dignity Health Medical Group! We are looking to expand our physician teams in Chandler, Maricopa, and Phoenix. We provide a patient and family centered medical home at each of our family medicine sites with comprehensive, compassionate care, centered on each individual patient, their language and culture.
We are seeking dynamic faculty physicians who are passionate about the health and well-being of our patients. Under direction of the clinical chairman, our physician provide patient care in both an inpatient and outpatient setting.
Under direction from the clinical chairman:
- provides patient care in both the inpatient and outpatient setting
- Residency teaching & precepting for Family Medicine Residency Program
- Serve as a key Faculty member of the core team
Dignity Health Medical Group (DHMG), one of the Valley's most respected team of physicians, is seeking Family Medicine providers. Ideal candidates will have a strong interest in preventive and patient centered care and chronic disease management with a focus on quality improvement. We are looking for team-oriented physicians that enjoy working with residents and medical students in an academic setting. DHMG supports a vibrant Family Medicine Residency Program sponsored by St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center (SJHMC) which is located on the hospital campus in Phoenix in a well-designed and beautifully appointed new facility.
SJHMC is also the medical school campus for Creighton University School of Medicine offering clinical clerkships to both 3rd and 4th year medical students. Physicians are eligible for academic appointment at Creighton University School of Medicine. Our faculty provide clinical services, have a pivotal role in teaching and serve in research and leadership roles. Dignity Health Medical Group (SJMG) is developing a patient and family centered medical home with comprehensive, compassionate care that is centered around each individual patient, their language and culture. The Family Medicine clinic is expanding with extended hours of operation, including evenings and Saturdays. We are looking for candidates with flexible schedules to accommodate the needs of our patients.
Located in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona, SJHMC is a 650+-bed, not-for-profit hospital that has been named the #1 Best Place to Work for an unprecedented third year in a row by the Phoenix Business Journal. SJHMC has also been named a Top 100 Best Place to Work in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare two years running. Outdoor living in the "Valley of the Sun" affords a wide range of activities including hiking, cycling, snow skiing, water sports and sport fishing. With professional sports teams, wonderful restaurants and incomparable shopping, the Phoenix/Scottsdale area is among the most highly desirable areas of the country to live. These opportunities offer a perfect lifestyle balance. Located in Phoenix, AZ, this position is critical to the success of St. Joseph's Hospital Medical Center and requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of Dignity Health. We are offering a competitive salary and generous benefits package that includes a relocation allowance. Qualified candidates are physicians that are board eligible or certified in their specialty, eligible for an Arizona license and credentialing at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center.
Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center is seeking board certified/board eligible hematologists to develop a benign hematology program to supplement our Centers of Excellence (COE). Those COEs include The University of Arizona Cancer Center at Dignity Health St. Joseph’s (includes all malignancies and Cellular Therapy), the Norton Thoracic Institute (one of the busiest lung transplant programs in the country), the Liver and Kidney Transplant program, Dignity Health Medical Group Internal Medicine and Surgical Specialists, and The Barrow Neurologic Institute.
Dignity Health Medical Group at Chandler Regional Medical Center (CRMC) in Chandler, AZ is seeking an Orthopedic Trauma Surgeon to join our growing and dynamic group. This physician will work daily with our strong team, which includes midlevel providers, supporting the new Level 1 Trauma Center.
Under direction from the clinical chairman, provides patient care in both the inpatient and outpatient setting.
Title: Faculty Physician – Rheumatologist
Reports to: Chair, Department of Medicine
Dignity Health Medical Group at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center (CRMC) is actively seeking a Rheumatologist with an interest in developing a robust clinical and academic Rheumatology program. Our long tradition of academic Internal Medicine at St. Joseph’s dates back to the 1960s. Since that time, 8 additional specialty residency and subspecialty fellowship programs have been established and we continue to develop further ACGME accredited programs.The ideal candidate will be a team-oriented physician with a strong passion for patient care and teaching.
- MD or DO Degree
- Fellowship trained from an accredited Rheumatology program
- A passion for providing clinically excellent care
- Must have or be eligible for Arizona State medical licensure
- Ability to achieve full and unrestricted hospital/surgical privileges at Dignity Health Arizona hospitals
Located conveniently in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona, St. Joseph’s Hospital & Medical Center (SJHMC) is a 607-bed tertiary care hospital which is home to 8 residency programs. Our residents, faculty, and staff work collegially to provide patient-centered care for a diverse patient population in a variety of inpatient, outpatient, community-based and elective clinical settings. We are proud to continue SJHMC’s long tradition and unwavering commitment to caring for underserved and vulnerable populations in our community. We are also extremely proud to be a nationally recognized center for quality tertiary care, medical education and research. St. Joseph's includes the internationally renowned Barrow Neurological Institute, St. Joseph's Heart & Lung Institute, the University of Arizona Cancer Center at St. Joseph's, and The hospital is also a respected center for high-risk obstetrics, neuro rehabilitation, and other medical services. The Internal Medicine Residency Program trains 9 categorical residents and 3 preliminary interns per year. Our residents have achieved a high level of success both during and after residency. This is achieved via a rigorous program of clinical rotations, scholarly activity, didactic conferences, and a flexible, wide-ranged set of electives. Our highly-structured curriculum is innovative, learner-centered, and focused on high yield, clinically relevant, frequently-tested topics. Our graduates have achieved a 96% 3-year rolling board pass rate, a 77% fellowship match rate and a 100% job match rate in the past 3 years. In addition, our residents have presented at numerous regional and national scientific meetings and have been recognized for local, state-wide and national awards. Our comprehensive educational program trains physicians not only in the skills, attitudes, and knowledge required of competent and compassionate physicians, it also supports the continuous development of personal well-being through our Resident Wellness Program. Our dedicated teaching faculty serve as mentors and coaches to help each of our residents achieve their personal and professional goals.Additionally, SJHMC is also the site of the regional campus of Creighton University School of Medicine where 3rd and 4th year medical students complete two full years of clinical training, and is a clinical site for the University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix. The selected candidate is eligible and will be highly-encouraged to qualify for a faculty appointment at Creighton University and the University of Arizona. Dignity Health, one of the largest healthcare systems in the nation, is a growing organization with well-resourced, modern facilities and diverse practice opportunities. With more than 39 acute care hospitals in three states and 9,000 physicians, Dignity Health touches the lives of thousands of people and provides nearly $2 billion in charity care to the communities it serves.
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