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Position Summary: Manages all technical, clerical, regulatory and administrative operations of a diagnostic imaging department to ensure quality and safety goals are achieved. Manages the application of diagnostic imaging technology and regulatory standards. Adopts, develops and applies policies, protocols and procedures to measure and improve the quality of diagnostic imaging services provided by different departments and improves customer satisfaction. Manages personnel through performance management, qualified staff selection and training and effective communication. Manages the safety of diagnostic imaging service activities and creates a safe environment for patients, staff and the public. Principal Duties and Accountabilities: - Manages the application of diagnostic imaging technology and regulatory standards. - Adopts, develops and applies policies, protocols and procedures to measure and improve the quality of diagnostic imaging services provided by different departments and improve customer satisfaction. - Manages personnel through performance management, qualified staff selection and training, and effective communication. - Manages the safety of diagnostic imaging service activities and creates a safe environment for patients, staff and the public. #DHLeader
Job ID
2020-104086
Department
Radiology
Facility
Bakersfield Memorial Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
BAKERSFIELD
Coordinates all infection prevention related activities associated with surveillance, performance improvement , and education which are intended to ensure that the facility’s patients, personnel & visitors will be protected from transmission of diseases & infection within the facility’s environment as identified in the core competency model by the Certification Board of Infection Control and Epidemiology (CBIC). #DHLeader
Job ID
2020-104362
Department
Infection Control
Facility
St Josephs Hospital and Medical Center
Optional Work Location
US-AZ-Phoenix
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
Phoenix
Position Summary   The Manager of Infrastructure is responsible for providing project coordination for the Building Infrastructure Program across Dignity Health’s multi state healthcare system.  Specific responsibilities include; facilitates capital project planning, manages design and construction related activities; coordinates capital planning and infrastructure needs assessment with facilities; improves program results; maintains relationships with authorities having jurisdiction; provides project communications; assists in preparing project scope/budgets; and monitors and reports on project expenses.   This position will co-manage the system wide infrastructure program with two other Manager positions to provide the greatest project coverage.  The position will utilize capital planning and equipment maintenance software tools to facilitate the effective and timely use of capital resources.  In addition, the Manager of Infrastructure works in partnership with local hospital administrations and colleagues to provide technical assistance and reporting to improve long term facility sustainability.   Duty to Support the Mission, Philosophy, and Values   The Manager of Infrastructure carries out his/her duties by adhering to the highest standards of ethical and moral conduct, acts in the best interest of Dignity Health and fully supports Dignity Health’s Mission, Philosophy and core values of Collaboration, Dignity, Excellence, Justice, and Stewardship.   This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the mission of Dignity Health, and the goals and objectives of the Corporate Real Estate Department. It is expected that the incumbent demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values and Behavioral Competencies for Leadership of Dignity Health.   Reporting Relationships   This position reports directly to the Area Director, Facility Services, Corporate Real Estate and interfaces with the Hospital Executives, Service Area leadership, and Dignity Health Legal Counsel and retained counsel, as needed, for all infrastructure projects, and special projects as assigned.       Scope of Accountabilities   - Manage project planning, budgeting, implementation, communications, and leadership reporting for all infrastructure projects. - Communicates program effectiveness and project status through periodic meetings with Area Director’s, System Director, and Vice President, Corporate Real Estate. - Communicates program effectiveness and project status to hospital management and Service Area leadership through periodic project meetings. - Utilizes resource models to maximize cost savings by balancing the use of internal and external project management resources to balance an efficient mix of professionals to meet the goals of Dignity Health. - Achieves financial objectives for identified projects by forecasting requirements; scheduling and monitoring expenditures; analyzing variances; and initiating corrective actions. - Serves as a liaison between the hospital, Service Area, Corporate teams to improve working relationships between service delivery teams, including suppliers and third party contractors. - Maintains relationships with authorities having jurisdiction by monitoring compliance with federal, state, and local requirements; periodic communication and meetings; facilitating project reviews; facilitating problem solving between agencies, owner and consultants; and monitoring change. - Ensures effective communication within Corporate Real Estate (CRE) on important issues, concerns, problems or anticipated problems that might impact system, group, facility and/or CRE performance and outcomes. - Achieves results by communicating corporate and facility expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising project results; and initiating, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, and procedures. - Oversees and works with local leadership teams to determine the degree of compliance with applicable standards, specifically in the areas of Joint Commission - Environment of Care, CMS, Title 22 California Administrative Code, OSHPD, NFPA, OHSA, Safety Management, Security Management, Bio-Hazardous Waste and Hazardous Materials Management and Waste. - Ensures staff training in approved practices and procedures related to proper facility maintenance techniques. - Assists in the development of system-wide policies supporting the best thinking in the industry towards ensuring that Dignity Health has a highly performing Facility Services team - Integrates people, process and technology to maximize the performance of Facility Services to meet or exceed system needs and expectations and achieve stated business objectives. - Partners internally/externally to ensure the use of best practices ~LI-DH #DHLeader
Job ID
2020-102619
Department
Real Estate Operations
Facility
Dignity Health System Office
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
Pasadena
Nursing Manager - PACU & Same Day Surgery   Manages the resources and daily activities of a Same Day Surgery and PACU 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.   **$20K SIGN ON BONUS** #DHLeader
Job ID
2020-96086
Department
Surgery
Facility
Northridge Hospital Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
NORTHRIDGE
The Manager of Sterile Processing maintains 24-hour accountability for unit operations. The Manager will coordinate the care, processing, and provision of surgical instrumentation throughout the service area. The Manager maintains appropriate inventories of surgical instruments and special orders and coordinates services for optimal efficiency in the OR. The Manager participates in continuous quality improvement activities and educational experiences in support of departmental and divisional nursing philosophy and objectives. The Manager will develop and oversee the unit's budget ensuring quality of the services and cost effectiveness. #DHLeader
Job ID
2019-94325
Department
Central Sterilization
Facility
Marian Regional Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
SANTA MARIA
Job Summary   The Manager, Payment Transformation is accountable for providing financial pricing performance and accounting for CommonSpirit Health (CSH) providers. Leads the accounting and performance analysis activities for value-based agreements (VBA) and initiatives. Develops, recommends and assists with implementing strategies for maximizing reimbursement and market share from value-based programs and payment models. Monitors VBA participation and performance across the system using standardized tracking and reporting tools. Develops new value-based initiatives with payers that are consistent with established strategic priorities. Provides education to key stakeholders. Leads special projects for the senior leadership of the organization as requested. This position will serve and support all stakeholders through ongoing educational and problem-solving support for value-based arrangements. This position requires daily contact with senior management, physicians, hospital staff, and managed care/payer strategy leaders. The position must handle adverse and politically difficult situations, as the work may have a direct impact on individual physician incomes, along with directly impacting the financial performance of CommonSpirit Health. This role must take accountability for designated reimbursement and accounting systems and must be proficient in reading, interpreting, and formulating complex computer system programming/rules.   Job Responsibilities - Manage the labor and operations of the Payment Transformation team including the hiring, orienting, developing and managing of staff. - Lead strategic pricing analysis to support the negotiation and implementation of appropriate reimbursement rates and associated language, between physicians/hospitals and payers/networks for value-based payer contracting initiatives.  Develop and approve financial models for value-based agreements (VBAs). - Assure satisfactory VBA contract financial performance.  Analyze and publish VBA performance statements and determine profitability.  Drive strategies and solutions in order to maximize VBA reimbursement and market share, which have multi-million or multi-billion-dollar impact to CommonSpirit Health.  Review and accurately interpret VBA contract terms, including development of policies and procedures in support of value-based arrangement negotiations. - Provide training and oversight of the modeling of proposed/existing VBAs negotiated by payer strategy and relationships, including expected and actual revenues/volumes, population risk calculations, past performance, proposed contract language and regulatory changes. - Analyze terms of new and existing risk and non-risk VBAs and/or amendments/modifications using approved model contract language and following established negotiation procedures. - Act as the Payer Strategy & Relationships leader liaison to leadership across CommonSpirit Health for tracking, reporting, updating and communicating VBA participation and performance information. - Oversee the preparation of risk-share/gain-share funds flow models and financial distribution reports of VBA payments and repayments. - Oversee and prepare complex service line reimbursement analyses and financial performance analyses (involving multiple variables and assumptions) to identify the implications/ramifications/results of a wide variety of new/revised VBA strategies, approaches, provisions, parameters and rate structures aimed at establishing appropriate reimbursement levels. - Oversee the identification, collection, and manipulation of data from a wide variety of financial and clinical internal databases (e.g., Star, TSI, PCON, Epic) and external sources (e.g., Medicare/Medicaid website).  Identify and access appropriate data resources to support analyses and recommendations. Identify risk/exposure associated with various VBA reimbursement structure options. Oversee the production of analytical statistical reports on new ventures, products, services, being considered.  Perform sensitivity analyses on operating and underlying assumptions such as modifications of charges rates. - Prepare and effectively present VBA analysis results to senior leadership, and other key stakeholders, for review and decision-making. - Maintain knowledge of operations sufficient to identify causative factors, deviations, allowances that may affect reporting findings.  Ability to translate operational knowledge to identify unusual circumstances, trends, or activity and project the related impact on a timely, pre-emptive basis.  
Job ID
2019-91738
Department
Managed Care Contract & Administration
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
Englewood
Position Summary: Manages and supervises core program managers and clinical research nurses and coordinators. Coordinates and monitors activities of all clinical research operational staff to ensure successful and timely completion of clinical trials, and to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations and guidelines. Participates in the planning, performance and management of all clinical trials in compliance with applicable regulations, ICH-GCP guidelines and internal policies, and acts as an administrative resource helping clinicians and other investigators navigate the human subjects research approval processes. Collaborates with legal and IP offices as necessary in overseeing and approving study budgets and with staff and billing service units to ensure proper allocation of funds to cover expenses specific to trials activity. Monitors monitor enrollment and study performance based upon contract deliverables and works to effectively forecast resource needs to ensure solid performance. Develops all clinical research operations policies and procedures, standardizes working instructions across all programs, and ensures mechanisms are in place for annual reviews of policies. Principal Duties and Accountabilities: - Participates in the planning, performance and management of all clinical trials in compliance with applicable regulations, ICH-GCP guidelines and internal policies. Acts as an administrative resource helping clinicians and other investigators navigate human subjects research approval processes. - Coordinates and monitors activities of all clinical research operational staff to ensure successful and timely completion of clinical trials. Works also, and when relevant, with program manager(s), to effectively forecast and manage trials financial performance, including nurse and coordinator assignments. - Collaborates with legal and IP office as necessary in overseeing and approving study budgets and with staff and billing service units to ensure proper allocation of funds to cover expenses specific to trials activity. Monitors enrollment and study performance based upon contract deliverables and works to effectively forecast resource needs to ensure solid performance. - Organizes clinical research staff orientation and education offerings and actively participates in learning relating to role. Works to develop standardized working instructions across all programs, and develops all clinical research operations policies and procedures. Develops mechanisms to ensure annual reviews of policies are in place. Monitors research activities to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations and guidelines. This is an exciting role and opportunity for a seasoned Research Administrator with depth of knowledge supporting Investigator-Initiated Research and Industry Clinical Trials along with a working knowledge of conducting clinical research at the bedside. For more information please see www.barrowneuro.org and to apply for this position please see https://careers-dignityhealth.icims.com/research #DHLeader
Job ID
2019-92933
Department
Research-Neurosurgery Clinical
Facility
St Josephs Hospital and Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
PHOENIX
Position Summary:   The Manager, Care Coordination is responsible for the day to day operation and administration of the Value Based Agreement (VBA) lives from the enterprise. The Manager, Care Coordination will also assist and participate in efforts to improve capitation performance and is responsible for coordinating the activities related to the optimization of utilization performance for the Dignity Health Hospitals and affiliated Medical Groups (either capitation or other unique arrangement). The Manager, Care Coordination will be responsible for the performance of the VBA corporate entities; to include Dignity Health Hospitals, affiliated Medical Groups and IPAs to meet appropriate quality, patient satisfaction, and utilization objectives.This position will serve as a liaison for services related to admission reviews to include working DRG, MediCare 1 day InPatient stay validation, and Patient Placement order authentication. To facilitate this role, a unique collaboration will have to be developed to include telephone interviews, documentation and strong communication skills. Use of InterQual Criteria Set, Midas software, the ability to navigate various electronic medical record, complete understating of DRG, GMLOS, CMS regulation is required. Additionally, the role requires knowledge of RN scope of practice, current state requirements, CMS conditions of participation, EMTALA, The Patient Bill of Rights, AB1203 and other Federal or applicable State regulatory agency requirements specific to utilization review and discharge planning. This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the mission of Dignity Health. It is expected that the employee will demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values. The employee shall support the Organization’s strategic plan and the goals. This position reports to Sr. Director Care Coordination VBA. #DHLeader
Job ID
2020-103677
Department
Care Coordination
Facility
Dignity Health System Office
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
Rancho Cordova
Manages the activities of supervisory associates and their subordinate work group(s) and/or individual contributors for assigned area of responsibility. Works with the Supervisor(s) and Care Managers to assess, plan, implement, coordinate, monitor, and evaluate services and outcomes to maximize the health of the Member. #DHLeader
Job ID
2020-96739
Department
Care Coordination
Facility
Dignity Health Management Services Organization
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
Bakersfield
Position Summary:  Responsible to maintain and administer dietary and nutrition services and to provide for the operational needs of staff.   Job Responsibilities: - Directs all patient non-interactive positions (i.e. storeroom clerk, cooks, etc.) and provides for the operational needs of these positions. Maintains regulatory compliance and infection control practices. - Maintains communication with staff and customers regarding the level of services they receive from nutrition services staff and promotes patient satisfaction with nutritional services. This data is relayed to the management team and / or staff whenever necessary. - Maintains adequate staffing for daily needs reflecting cost efficiency. Assigns staff and workload, respecting changing priorities in daily operations. Recruits, hires and releases staff. - Actively collaborates in the process of menu development for patient, cafeteria, and catering services.   #DHLeader
Job ID
2020-104724
Department
Nutrition Services
Facility
St Josephs Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
STOCKTON
This position has seven day-a-week, twenty four hour a day responsibility for the facility’s risk management program which includes: being the designated expert in the interpretation of healthcare laws, standards and regulations that apply to clinical/hospital operations; responding to crisis situations and adverse outcomes; providing consultation and direction when complex situations arise that threaten the assets of the corporation; administering the risk management plan; managing and analyzing risk management data, conducting risk management educational programs, working in collaboration with the Dignity Health Area Claims Manager and Legal Nurse Consultants to efficiently manage and resolve claims; conducting investigations into patient injuries/complaints; aligns activities, to the extent possible, with Dignity Health Risk Services in order to achieve corporate goals; complying with risk management related standards by Joint Commission and other accrediting and regulatory agencies with the objective of maintaining patient safety, enhancing quality care, and minimizing human loss or injury and to protect the financial assets of the facility. This position reviews, formulates and implements policy and organizational changes as appropriate to meet the stated objectives. Depending on location/assignment, in addition to acute care hospital services the Risk Management Program Manager may also support services such as inpatient and outpatient Mental Health Services, Home Health and Hospice Services, outpatient clinics and Skilled Nursing Facilities. Position Summary: Oversees the event reporting process, root cause analysis and event investigation and review. Participates in system office initiatives and programs to mitigate identified risks at various facilities, which result in reduced costs, reduced adverse patient outcomes and safer patient care. Coordinates claim team requests and collaborates with other key stakeholders to implement learnings from claims. Oversees the coordination of all legal documents related to hospital liability. Principal Duties and Accountabilities: - Oversees the facility Patient Safety Program, including the Patient Safety Plan requirements for the collection, analysis and reporting of events and patient safety data, investigation of events and near misses, and ensuring all accreditation and regulatory requirements for patient safety are fully met. Participates in system office initiatives and programs to mitigate identified risks at various facilities which result in reduced costs, reduced adverse patient outcomes, and safer patient care. Coordinates claim team requests and collaborates with other key stakeholders to implement learnings from claims. Oversees the coordination of all legal documents related to hospital liability. - Implements and oversees the organization-wide patient safety program and manages the reporting, data analysis and evaluation as outlined in the Patient Safety Plan. Ensures regulatory and accreditation requirements for patient safety are fully met. Provides patient safety education at new hire orientation and ongoing to leaders, clinician presentations (e.g. event reporting expectations, culture of safety, patient safety initiatives, etc.) - Oversees the events reporting process, root cause analysis, and event investigation/review. Supports and encourages harm reporting throughout the organization through a non-punitive just event reporting system. Participates in system office initiatives and programs to mitigate risks identified at other hospitals, resulting in reduced costs, adverse patient outcomes and ultimately safer patient practices/care. Prepares and presents informative and actionable patient safety reports (to include patient's story of harm) to appropriate committees to include high level presentations to leadership, Medical Executive Committee and The Board. - Receives and oversees responses to patient complaints/grievances and investigates to solve issues promptly. Acts as an intermediary between patients, staff and family to provide clear communication between all parties regarding any outstanding issues. Seeks input from patients/families involved in harm or close-call events as appropriate. - Coordinates the requests from the system office claims team (related to litigated claims) and collaborates with other key stakeholders to implement learnings from claims. Coordinates all legal documents related to hospital liability, including the management of subpoenas, Summons and Complaints and other related activities. - Special skills required include: strategic and problem-solving orientation; change management; superior planning and organizational skills; excellent written, verbal and formal presentation skills; negotiation and ability to influence; excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work with and communicate with all levels of the organization and the public; staff training and development; positive cooperation and collaboration; ability to work in fast paced environment; ability to determine prioritization of risk management problems by the impact and effect on the overall quality of patient care; and leadership, organizational and human relationship skills with strong commitment to team approach. "risk manager"  crisis "patient safety"  hro "high reliability organization" cashrm ashrm arm #DHLeader
Job ID
2019-86259
Department
Risk Management
Facility
Mercy Healthcare Sacramento
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
RANCHO CORDOVA
Location - Midwest/Fargo ND   Job Summary/Purpose: The Manager, Payer Analytics & Economics is accountable for the managed care financial analysis, strategic pricing and payer contract modeling activities for a defined payer portfolio. Oversees and provides analytical and pricing expertise for the evaluation, negotiation, implementation and maintenance of managed care contracts between CommonSpirit Health providers and payers. Recommends and acts on strategies for maximizing reimbursement and market share. Develops new managed care products with external payers that are consistent with CHI’s strategic plans. Provides education to key stakeholders. Leads special projects for the senior leadership as requested. This position will serve and support all stakeholders through ongoing educational and problem-solving support for managed care payer reimbursement models. This position requires daily contact with senior management, physicians, hospital staff, and managed care/payer strategy leaders. The position must handle adverse and politically difficult situations, as the work may have a direct impact on individual physician incomes, along with directly impacting the financial performance of CommonSpirit Health. This role must take accountability for designated reimbursement and accounting systems and must be proficient in reading, interpreting, and formulating complex computer system programming/rules.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities: 1. Manage the labor and operations of the Payer Analytics & Economics team including the hiring, orienting, developing and managing of staff. 2. Lead strategic pricing analysis to support the negotiation and implementation of appropriate reimbursement rates and associated language, between physicians/hospitals and payers/networks for managed care contracting initiatives. Develop and approve financial models and payer performance analysis. 3. Assure satisfactory contract financial performance. Analyze and publish managed care performance statements and determine profitability. Drive strategies and solutions in order to maximize reimbursement and market share, which have multi-million or multi-billion dollar impact to CommonSpirit Health. Review and accurately interpret contract terms, including development of policies and procedures in support of contract performance. 4.Provide training and oversight of the modeling of proposed/existing payer contracts negotiated by payer strategy and operations, including expected and actual revenues/volumes, past performance, proposed contract language and regulatory changes. 5. Analyze terms of new and existing risk and non-risk contracts and/or amendments/modifications using approved model contract language and following established negotiation procedures. 6. Act as a liaison between CHI and payer to update information and communicate changes related to reimbursement. 7. Oversee and prepare complex service line reimbursement analyses and financial performance analyses. Develop methods and models (involving multiple variables and assumptions) to identify the implications/ramifications/results of a wide variety of new/revised strategies, approaches, provisions, parameters and rate structures aimed at establishing appropriate reimbursement levels. 8. Identify, collect, and manipulate from a wide variety of financial and clinical internal data bases (e.g. PIC, Star,TSI, PCON, Epic) and external sources (e.g.; Medicare/Medicaid/Payer websites). Identify and access appropriate data resources to support analyses and recommendations. Identify risk/exposure associated with various reimbursement structure options. Gather date and produces analytical statistical reports on new ventures, products, services on operating and underlying assumptions such as modifications of charge rates. 9. Prepare and effectively present results to senior leadership, and other key stakeholders, for review and decision making activities. 10. Maintain knowledge of operations sufficient to identify causative factors, deviations, allowances that may affect reporting findings. Ability to translate operational knowledge to identify unusual circumstances, trends, or activity and project the related impact on a timely, pre-emptive basis.   Non-Essential Job Responsibilities: 1. Manage staff to effectively provide routine reports and ad-hoc analyses as directed, with ability to accuratelyreflect actual performance trends. 2. Manage adverse and politically difficult situations, as the work may have a direct impact the financial performance of CommonSpirit Health. 3. Other duties as assigned by management.   #DHLeader
Job ID
2019-93748
Department
Managed Care Contracting
Facility
Dignity Health System Office
Optional Work Location
US-NE-Omaha
Optional Work Location
US-ND-Fargo
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
OMAHA
Job Summary:   Under indirect supervision the incumbent is responsible for the management of physician and other contracts and amendments in the North State Service Area. This position serves as the leader and representative of Physician and Provider Contracting. The incumbent works closely with the Chief Physician Executive, Senior Legal Counsel, Executive Leadership, Hospital Presidents, as well as other healthcare leadership on initiative related to Physician Contracting. THe incumbent provides analysis of contract terms and financial arrangements and collaborates with and supports senior executives with negotiating and managing contracts with physicians and physician hroups inclusing recuirment, medical director, call coverage, professional services, hospital-based and other types of agreements. REspoisble for the gathering and collecting of fair market value (FMV) documentation for all physician arrangements and the development of the proformas for community recruitments. Assist with general contracting duties, including entering eLSRs, obtaining signatures, monitoring expiring reports and working closely with te Legal Department and the executive leadership recruiting new providers. The position report to the Chief Finance Officer of the North State Service Area with dotted line reporting relationships to all of the facility Presidents.   #DHLeader
Job ID
2020-96160
Department
Hospital Administration
Facility
North State Regional Office
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
Redding
Job Summary: The Manager of Real Estate Services reports to the System Leader - Real Estate Transactions. This position is responsible for independently providing real estate transaction support (leasing, acquisition/disposition and development) to the System Leader – Real Estate Transaction and Transaction Managers, as further defined below.   Scope of Duties: - Negotiate and implement lease transactions throughout the health system, as assigned - Manage due diligence for each transaction - Prepare transaction specific supporting documents such as the LOI, FMV, LCM and NPV - Manage the legal review process through lease execution - Complete analysis and prepare reports for real estate projects such as, but not limited to: - Acquisitions - Dispositions - Joint ventures/mergers - Request for proposals (RFPs) - MOB developments - Real estate transactions - Prepare RFP respondent comparison and analysis spreadsheets for developer selection process. - Analyze property financial statements, rent rolls, operating expenses, proforma’s, etc. - Manage periodic and projects specific reporting from brokers, appraisers, title officers, legal counsel, hospitals, and foundation personnel in accordance with assigned real estate transactions and/or projects. - Manage the legal service request submittal process as assigned and review all real estate related legal requests to ensure Common Spirit Health policies and procedures are followed. - Effectively and professionally correspond with hospital administration, foundation clients, landlords, brokers and associated real estate service providers. - Gather and evaluate economic, demographic and other associated real estate market data - Manage and track TI obligations and reimbursements. - Maintain and periodically update the various contract templates such as ground leases, purchase & sales agreements, parking licenses, physician lease agreements, Common Spirit Health lease template, CC&R agreements and shared services agreements. - Collaborate in the development and updates of the Real Estate Services Guidelines and Processes. - Provide periodic status reports on various projects and/or department initiatives. - Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks and participating in professional societies. - Coordinate meetings and provide support to the System Leader – Real Estate Transactions and Transaction Managers, including assisting in preparation of Power Point presentations, Webex and other presentation support. - Participate in and maintain a process to continually improve organizational effectiveness using self-assessment performance evaluation criteria. - Travel to locations, as required - Consistently act in accordance with Common Spirit Health policy and procedure guidelines. - Special Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: - Real estate financial & proforma analysis - Working knowledge of real state terms & processes - Real estate market knowledge - Working knowledge of real estate software - Excellent Writing & editing skills - Project scheduling and management - Database management - Ability to multi-task & work in a team environment - Excellent working knowledge of project budgets & control - Advanced working knowledge in MS Office applications - Working knowledge of real estate transaction terms, processes and financial analysis - Working knowledge of real estate software - Problem-solver that can sorts issues and conduct comparative analysis of multiple solutions - Ability to facilitate change - Excellent people skills including self-confidence - Makes effective decisions with limited time and information - Ability to be a self-starter and periodically work independently     Travel - less than 10% - Minimum travel #DHLeader
Job ID
2019-90574
Department
Real Estate Operations
Facility
Dignity Health System Office
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
Rancho Cordova
Complies and analyzes departmental production data, shifting priorities as necessary. Collaborate with Project managers when Configuration implementations and process changes. Responsible for the performance of employees and making sure employees complete their duties in a timely and accurate manner. Encourage and motivate employees in a positive way. Communicates well with other employees, provides training and support the Configuration Technicians. Prepares schedules and written performance reviews. Prepares and delivers disciplinary action to address issues related to company policy and/or performance. Make recommendations or decisions about promotions or raises.   MANAGEMENT ROLE/RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Manages the configuration of projects related to new or existing business and reviews program documentation for accuracy application. Ensures and completely understands downstream/organization impacts are identified, understood, and communicated. 2. Develops/improves/documents and implements configuration processes/procedures. 3. Collaborates with organization teams regarding new and revised lines of business, identifies possible improvements in application software and makes recommendations to management. 4. Assigns the work of staff, providing direction, support and training as needed. Keeps Manager advised of performance issues and works with Manager to develop employees’ skills, knowledge and abilities.   KEY INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Interprets and applies contract and benefit to the core system software. Understanding of fee schedules applied to the system for correct application. 2. Audits new or existing configuration for reliability and accuracy to identify and correct errors, and collaborates with peers for system correction 3. Open communication across the organization of industry changes related to Medicare/Medi-Cal andserves as a resource for others.     #DHLeader
Job ID
2020-104185
Department
Business System Configuration Support
Facility
Dignity Health Management Services Organization
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
Bakersfield
What You’ll be Responsible For in this Role – Your Contribution & Career Journey Conducts medical reviews for necessity, level of care, and benefit reviews rendered in the inpatient and outpatient setting to ensure the patient receives the highest level of care.  Coordinates with providers, provider staff, and hospital staff, patients and patient family members to establish an appropriate level of care. What We’re Looking For - Responsible for meeting all of the DHMSO Job Standards described below. - Plans for and ensures that all post discharge care is coordinated appropriately according to the needs of the patient and ensures continuity of care. - Conducts prior authorization review on all services that require nurse review. - Travels to various hospital within established areas to conduct patient visits. - Analyzes inpatient clinical data and conducts skill nursing facility level of care review on a concurrent basis. Refers cases that do not meet the criteria to the Medical Director and UM committee and assists in coordinating the review process. - Refers known or suspected problems of under-utilization or over-utilization or inappropriate scheduling of services to the attention of the Medical Director, UM Committee and Quality Management Department. Examples include avoidable bed days, inappropriate admissions and delayed procedures. - Provides technical support and serves as resource to PCP and specialists offices, providers, and members regarding healthcare needs and authorization process. - Ensures identification of patients and maintenance of information regarding high risk/high cost utilizers such as ESRD patients, long-term care patients, third party liability patients and transplant candidates. Identifies ways in which UM process impacts other departments internally as well as external customers and works to facilitate effective interactions. - Collects in-depth information about a patient’s situation and function. Identifies individual needs and develops comprehensive case management plan to address patient needs.  Creates plans that are action-oriented and time-specific.  Monitors care to ensure plan is achieving desired outcome, and makes revisions as needed to affect outcome.  Utilizes all relevant sources of information to ascertain the efficiency to the plan. - Coordinates all discharges from inpatient and skilled nursing facilities. - Makes outbound calls to patients according to care management queue assignment and care management policies and procedures. - Tracks barriers to appropriate inpatient and SNF utilization according to policy and procedure. - Attends Utilization Management and/or Quality Management meetings as needed. - Other duties as directed by supervisor or administration. #DHLeader
Job ID
2020-104321
Department
Utilization Review
Facility
Dignity Health Management Services Organization
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
Bakersfield
Position Summary: The Market Chief Financial Officer provides leadership and direction for financial services throughout The CHI St. Vincent Health System.  This individual is responsible for the development and implementation of providing credible financial analysis and guiding decisions to preserve the financial position and performance of the organization. The Chief Financial Officer is responsible for collaborating with other System and Regional leaders, to ensure operating units are equipped with appropriate financial reporting and support.    The CFO will participate with other senior management to address, interpret, resolve and monitor a broad and diverse range of financial, operational and strategic issues.  The CFO contributes to the overall management of the organization by driving key strategies and financial performance as a member of the Senior Leadership Team.   Indirect/dual reporting - Supply Chain - Revenue Cycle - Real Estate - Information Technology - Payor Strategy Responsibilities - Functions as the business strategy partner for the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of CHI St. Vincent Health.  In this role, the CFO will provide direction and leadership in reviewing the organization’s financial affairs and actively pursuing identified strategies and opportunities for operational improvement. - Supervises and coordinates the annual operating and long range financial planning process to ensure a detailed analysis supporting budget targets and guidelines and proper coordination with system financial strategic and capital planning processes.  - Leads efforts to implement and maintain efficient reporting system(s) and leads efforts to review and coordinate financial reporting techniques allowing for appropriate use of resources and to effectively capture financial data across the organization. - Manages and educates staff on financial reporting to provide a greater understanding of reporting requirements. - Reports financial results on a regular basis to ensure financial reporting and analysis. - Oversees development and maintains financial decision support systems and financial planning systems to support the decision making activities of the organization. - Provides customized financial analysis to support the understanding and development of business plans and new business ventures. - Oversees and ensures timely and accurate completion of the financial statements in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles along with the annual external financial statement audits. - Develops, implements and oversees appropriate financial operating systems, processes, and controls that provide accurate and timely financial information, community benefit reporting and other external reporting. - Coordinates system-wide operational improvement procesases to ensure operational financial targets are being met. - Leads preparation of financial reports necessary to show overall financial performance and analysis of operational results and to coordinate the development of action plans to address material variances. The Chief Financial Officer will be expected to advance several key objectives within the first 24 months of his/her tenure.  The following goals represent key objectives for the role. - Establish a style and culture within the Finance department that promotes customer service, visibility and transparency. The Chief Financial Officer will be seen by others as approachable and team oriented. - Continue the drive towards shared services, more centralized finance structure within CHI St. Vincent Health. Continue to identify opportunities to created efficiencies in finance processes through systems, staffing models and financial tools.  Create a systematic approach to management reporting across CHI St. Vincent Health thereby reducing transactional time and increasing the team’s time and ability to be more analytical and consultative. - Drive consistent and more innovative and responsive approach across the organization to financial reporting, capital budgets and planning and forecasting. - Provide solutions to creating efficiencies in the finance function, reducing waste and transactions. Ultimately creating a finance team that is high functioning and consultative. - Build tools that will provide accurate and timely financial information to the system at multiple levels, allowing leaders to make appropriate decisions. - Partner with executive management team to identify ways to manage healthcare costs and identify new opportunities for service enhancements and cost efficiency through innovative Finance solutions thereby driving down the overall cost per unit of service. - Continue to foster a team culture that is focused on a strong commitment to each other and to their further professional development. Mentor and develop a team who is responsive, collaborative and strategic in their financial analysis establish personal and professional credibility in this newly created, system level executive role.  Be an integral member of the executive management team and a resource across the system. #DHLeader
Job ID
2020-94956
Department
Finance
Facility
Corporate Office - KERP
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Location
Little Rock
About this Opportunity:   - Responsible for implementation and strategic growth of the Colorectal Surgery Institute program. - Responsible for marketing and physician and community education. - Responsible for maintaining collaborative and consultative client relationships, program integration within the hospital organization and creating effective working relationships within and external to the Colorectal Institute's program.      
Job ID
2019-91190
Department
Colorectal Surgery Institute
Facility
Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Job Location
GLENDALE
Position Summary: Under direction of the Materials Management Manager/Supervisor, the Materials Management Tech III disinfects medical equipment and procedure carts per department procedure. Receives, stores, issues and delivers supplies and equipment. Prepares equipment and supplies for shipping, as needed. Performs daily counts of par-level locations via hand-held technology, approved supply storage system or materials management information system. Performs data entry of stock items issued from inventory. Maintains hospital inventory and materials management work areas in a clean and orderly manner. Participants in inventory/cycle counting process per department procedure.
Job ID
2020-104743
Department
Purchasing And Stores
Facility
St Josephs Medical Center
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Seasonal/Casual/OnCall/Supplemental
Job Location
STOCKTON
Position Summary: Under direction of the Materials Management Manager/Supervisor, the Materials Management Tech III disinfects medical equipment and procedure carts per department procedure. Receives, stores, issues and delivers supplies and equipment. Prepares equipment and supplies for shipping, as needed. Performs daily counts of par-level locations via hand-held technology, approved supply storage system or materials management information system. Performs data entry of stock items issued from inventory. Maintains hospital inventory and materials management work areas in a clean and orderly manner. Participants in inventory/cycle counting process per department procedure.
Job ID
2020-97444
Department
Purchasing And Stores
Facility
St Josephs Medical Center
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Seasonal/Casual/OnCall/Supplemental
Job Location
STOCKTON
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