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The Project Coordinator collaborates with departmental directors, managers, and project teams on large projects to complete project deliverables in accordance with the project plan and to provide documentation, reporting and oversight support. The Project Coordinator is capable of managing smaller projects from start to finish, monitoring the execution of these projects within the constraints of budget, schedule and scope while minimizing risk and ensuring adherence to established processes and methodologies. The Project Coordinator receives project assignments, general direction and guidance from project managers, and works day-to-day with limited supervision or
- Leads focused technical analysis discussions, deliver supporting artifacts and drives review sessions for all necessary approvals.
- Responsible to complete all tasks and associated documentation within committed timeframes, and effectively communicating across teams and all levels of management.
- Projects assignments are medium to highly complex projects, multi-year programs or enterprise-wide assignments.
- Works on one or more projects and program as a technical expert and sometimes provides direction where required.
The Finance Director is an employee of Dignity Health Managed Services Organization (DHMSO), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dignity Health.
Under the oversight of the Chief Financial Officer of Dignity Health, the Finance Director is responsible for reporting the financial performance of DHMSO on a monthly basis and is responsible for detail utilization and quality analytics reporting. This position prepares financial analyses of operations, including interim and final financial statements with supporting schedules using the Lawson application, for use by the LLC owners and the Board of Managers.
PRINCIPLES DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Oversees closing of books for DHMSO on monthly basis, including review of bank reconcilement, journal entries and general ledger account activity.
- From Lawson reports generated by the Dignity Health Corporate Finance team, analyze activity and propose journal entries to ensure monthly financial statements are reasonably and fairly reported for the LLC owners and Board of Managers reliance on accuracy and completeness of the information.
- Presents monthly financial statements, including supporting schedules, to the DHMSO Committee and Board of Managers.
- In collaboration with the Chief Financial Officer of DHMSO, this individual will prepare the annual budget to be submitted for approval.
- Assures compliance with Dignity Health corporate policy and standards for financial reporting.
- Develops, analyzes, and interprets statistical and accounting information in order to appraise operating results in terms of profitability, performance against budget, and other matters bearing on the fiscal soundness and operating effectiveness of the organization.
Payer Contract Performance Analysis
- From claims and other data provided by vendors, including but not limited to Optum Impact Intelligence, and from payers such as the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) and commercial insurance companies, prepares analysis of cost data to report financial performance of contracts.
- Oversees reconciliation of member beneficiary information for all payer contracts.
- Helps develop and revise gain-sharing and risk-sharing methodologies based on operational needs and available data.
Under the direction of the Supervisor of Plant Operations, operates steam boilers and related equipment. Must treat those we interact with in a respectful, dignified manner throughtout the Hospital.
In keeping with the Dignity Health core values, the Security Officer performs a variety of duties relating to the security of the Medical Center building and grounds to prevent fire, theft, vandalism, illegal entry and to assure the personal safety of employees, patients and visitors.
- High school education or equivalent
- California state-issued guard card
- California Drivers License required
- At least six (6) months experience as police or security officer or equivalent
- CPR certification desirable. Must obtain CPR certification within three (3) months of hire.
Additional Skills: Must have the ability to communicate clearly both orally and in writing, to follow through with appropriate actions as situation warrants, to prioritize simultaneous situations and respond appropriately and rapidly and the ability to work with other departments and visitors in a friendly and effective manner. Required to drive Security vehicle on campus and off, have frequent VCR/computer activity, frequent use of communication radios and possess basic computer skills in the monitoring of the Security access system.
This position is represented by SPFPA and is covered by the terms and conditions of the applicable collective bargaining agreement.
The Event Project Coordinator will play an integral role through effective planning, organization and implementation of all Foundation special events and related activities. The position will collaborate with all foundation staff, board members, volunteers, sponsors, participants, and event vendors. Have the flexibility to work an adjusted schedule that includes weekend and evening hours when necessary. Under the Director of Philanthropy and Manager of Special Events, this position will undertake all logistic coordination for fundraising events and cultivation activities.
In keeping with the Dignity Health core values, is responsible for the development and implementation of the rehabilitation therapeutic recreation program and for providing direct Recreation Therapy treatment programs to patients to restore maximum function. Good interpersonal skills. Demonstrates general working knowledge of the principles, standard practice, procedures, and equipment in therapeutic rehabilitation and therapeutic recreation.
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In keeping with the Dignity Health core values, the Clinical Specialist is responsible for providing specialty occupational therapy assessments and treatments to patients as evidenced by a high degree of expertise in a given area or areas. Provides training and/or supervision to staff occupational therapists. May supervise or be responsible for a particular program such as in service coordinator, geropsychiatric unit, NICU follow-up program and/or day to day operations of a particular area of the department. May have specialty certification in occupational therapy field such as NDT, orthopedics, etc. or be trained to perform videofluroscopies.
Our Occupational Therapist are eligible for a weekend differential of $10.00 more per hour after you have worked one weekend day in the month.
In keeping with the Dignity Health core values, the Physical Therapist II is responsible for providing physical therapy assessments and treatments to patients. Provides training and/or supervision to staff physical therapy assistants and therapy aides.
Our Physical Therapists are eligible for a weekend differential of $10.00 more per hour after you have worked one weekend day in the month.
Under direct supervision of the Physician and Registered Nurse, assists in the performance of technical surgical procedures in the operative environment. Sets up the operating room for procedures according to physician preference card and the type of surgical intervention to be performed, the patient's age, developmental and size considerations. Performs selected surgical scrub functions in the operative suite involving patient preparation, as well as preparation of the suite and attendant instruments and supplies. Patient age populations served, and the specific competencies that comprise this job title are found in the Department/Unit Orientation & Initial Assessment of Competency checklist for this unit/positions, and -by reference- form a part of this job description.
Position Summary:Staff Nurses assesses patient/family health problems and resources, takes a leadership role in the development, implementation and outcomes evaluation of a plan for nursing care provided by the nursing team. Provides technical nursing care and interventions to designated patient populations. This position requires providing service to a one or more age populations including an ill neonate through geriatric patient population in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional/developmental age of the individual served.
The SURGICAL Unit at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center is committed to the highest level of patient satisfaction. With 30 beds dedicated to an adult population of surgical, trauma, telemetry and orthopedic patients, our nurses experience 12 hour shifts that feature a "primary care" nursing model as well as a "team nursing" environment that consists of a Patient Care Technician. Nurse to patient ratios vary based on the nursing model and acuity of the patients.
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.
The Security Officer is expected to provide a reasonably safe and secure environment for all who enter Dignity Health properties and to assure the physical security of buildings and grounds. It is expected that the security officer will demonstrate behavior consistent with Dignity Health core value and humankindness. The security officer shall support Dignity Health’s strategic plan and the goals and direction of the quality improvement/process improvement activities. Responsibilities include:
- Protecting staff, patients, and visitors by responding to calls for assistance in a timely and prudent manner such as violent or unruly patients, visitors, crimes committed or in progress, opening doors, and responding to emergency codes.
- Patrol the facility and grounds by foot or vehicle; monitor security alarms and dispatch officers promptly to location(s) where needed, and report unsafe acts or conditions.
- Knowledge of emergency procedures, equipment, supplies, reports HIPPA breaches if witnessed; investigate security breaches, conduct follow-up investigations, and write incident reports.
- Log all activities in a daily log to accurately record events; and (2) complete clear, concise, and legible reports in a timely manner; use appropriate emergency and radio codes in dispatching security officers while knowing hospital campus to ensure that those dispatched are to right location.
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Position Summary: The Supervisor, Imaging Operations is expected to provide tactical leadership in order to maximize the effectiveness of all service delivery systems and financial performance, engages staff and cultivate an imaging center culture that prioritizes humankindness and patient-centric care consistent with Dignity Health and Dignity Health Medical Foundation’s “way” and culture. Coordinates the day-to-day operational aspects of the clinic. Works closely with staff and radiologists in each unit to ensure that all fiduciary and imaging center goals are met. This position may have access to third party credit card information and transactional systems (cash registers, point of sale devices, applications supporting credit card transactions, and reports or other documents containing credit card information) from single transactions or a single card at a time. This position will also have access to patient protected health information (PHI). The Supervisor, Imaging Operations has a responsibility to safeguard patient health and financial information. #HelloImaging
Position Summary: Directs the provision of nursing care in a business unit while maintaining standards of patient care. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Responsible for the overall quality of care provided by the nursing personnel. Advises medical staff, department heads, and administrators in matters related to nursing service and strategies.
- Interprets policies and objectives of nursing service to staff and community groups.
- Monitors the operations of the nursing staff and ensures compliance with regulations on organizational and governmental standards and practices. Schedules staff and conducts employee performance reviews.
- Provides nursing care to patients on an as needed basis.
The Registered Nurse First Assistant is a perioperative nurse who works in collaboration with the surgeon and other health care team members to achieve optimal patient outcomes. During the assisting phase and until conclusion of the operative procedure the RNFA is under the direction of the Surgeon. As needed, the RNFA may provide patient care by circulating or scrubbing surgical procedures. During surgical procedures the RNFA does not function concurrently as a Scrub Nurse. The RNFA provides personalized patient care for the preoperative and postoperative phases by using the perioperative nursing process to plan and implement patient care and education. The Registered Nurse First Assistant is credentialed through the medical staff as allied health provider. Must be able to work normal/scheduled working hours to include Holidays, call-backs, weeknights, weekends, and on-call. Agrees to participate, as directed, in emergencies and community disasters during scheduled and unscheduled hours. Needs to recognize that they have an affirmative duty and responsibility for reporting perceived misconduct, including actual or potential violation of laws, regulations, policies, procedures, or this organization's standards/code of conduct. The employee shall work well under pressure, meet multiple and sometimes competing deadlines.
Under the Director or designee, the staff nurse provides and documents, goals-oriented nursing care to adult and geriatric patients in accordance with the philosophy and policies of St. Mary’s Medical Center. The staff nurse utilizes principles of the nursing process and coordinates clinically related activities to provide for the effective delivery of healthcare. Responsible to supervise the care given by the Licensed Vocational Nurses, Licensed Psychiatric Technicians. Hospital/Psychiatric Attendants, and other working under his/her direction. Applies Dignity Health Core Values to the performance of every job duty. These Values include Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence.
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Under the direction of a Nurse Manager or designee, the Unit Secretary is responsible for secretarial and clerical support activities as described under ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES. The primary functions in direct support of physicians, nursing staff, patients, families and visitors include but are not limited to providing a direct focal point for external and internal contact with the unit, and assuring that all required recording, documentation, tracking and maintenance of administrative activities are processed responsively. Applies Dignity Health Core Values to the performance of every job duty. These values include Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence.
Under the supervision of the Coding Manager, the Coding Supervisor is accountable for the efficient and effective operation and supervision of the Coding and Data Entry teams, consistent with the Mission and Philosophy of Dignity Health Medical Foundation. Keywords: Patient Financial Services, PFS, HIM, Coding, Management, Accounting, FInance, outpatient, clinic, sacramento, california, rancho cordova