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The Physician Engagement Specialist serves as the liaison between Informatics and the physicians to ensure successful integration of clinical systems and processes. Works with the applications & support team to develop and deploy best practices in physician utilization of clinical information systems. Trains physicians, physician extenders and other clinical staff on software and IT processes. Assists in the development and implementation of current and future hospital clinical information systems, working closely with the Clinical Informatics Director, Project Managers, Clinical Informatics and other stake holders. The Physician Engagement Specialist collaborates with IT and other clinical or business departments across the organization to increase efficiencies and promote continuity of care through technology and workflow improvements.
Additional Job Responsibilities:
Must be willing to:
Provide support in all regional facilities as needed by the business
Travel a minimum of 10% to Dignity Health meetings, go live support and special work group activities, national meetings and conferences as needed.
Establishes procedures for point-of-care testing for hospital units and clinics following the guidelines of St. Joseph's Hospital & Medical Center, the Clinical Laboratory, the College of American Pathologists and Joint Commission. Monitors quality control and test results. Maintains supplies, equipment and records.
Engages in laboratory, translational, or clinical research under the direction and guidance of a faculty member, developing skills necessary for success as an independent investigator.
Postdoctoral Position in Parkinson’s Disease Symptomology
Required Education/Experience/Skills: Doctoral degree in natural sciences and at least four years of experience working in a basic science laboratory. Skills required includes a strong working knowledge of neurobiology and associated techniques. A strong background in molecular biology including cloning, gene expression/PCR, AAV production and design, experience with creating, and handling, viral vectors, data generation and handling, data interpretation, writing up laboratory procedures and results, supervision of students, software usage. Experience with small pre-clinical model handling, surgeries, primary neuronal cell culture, immunohistochemistry, neurophysiology, and microscopy are a plus. Good command of written and spoken English is required.
Desired Education/Experience/Skills: Advanced molecular biology techniques such as cloning, recombinant protein production, and protein analysis. Electrophysiology and/or calcium imaging. Knowledge of brain anatomy, enteric nervous system function, tissue sectioning, immunohistochemistry and microscopy, specifically in fluorescence immunolabeling; preclinical model handling, survival surgery, behavioral testing- working knowledge of levodopa-induced dyskinesia is a plus.
Job Summary: This postdoctoral fellow position will coordinate several projects aimed at investigating the cause of non-motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease. This includes studies evaluating the gut-brain axis in neurodegenerative disease, the role of alpha-synuclein in symptomology, and the role of non-dopamine circuits. As part of the project, a strong emphasis will be placed on the design and evaluation of novel viral vectors. These vectors will be utilized to study disease proteins and circuits in various preclinical models of disease. The fellow will participate in the day to day operations of the research lab; duties will include collaborative experimental design, conducting experimental laboratory work, analyzing and writing up results for publication in peer-reviewed journals. In addition, some supervisory responsibilities will be provided, as well as opportunities to learn about current laboratory operations, including preclinical model survival surgery, behavioral testing, experimental subject euthanasia, post-mortem analyses of tissue sample preparation; tissue sectioning, immunohistochemistry, etc.
We seek an outstanding postdoctoral applicant with a PhD degree in computational biology, bioinformatics, molecular/cell biology, or closely related field. Applicants are expected to have an excellent track record of research publications and a strong interest for pre-clinical and clinical datasets and computational approaches for data analytics.
Our laboratory is focused on fibrosis and aging and investigates how changes in DNA and RNA modifications contribute to kidney and pulmonary fibrosis. We utilize single cell genomics technologies such as sci-RNA seq, sci-ATAC seq, next generation sequencing platforms and data analyses, pre-clinical surgery models and primary cell culture models relevant to chronic kidney and lung diseases with the goal of developing novel therapeutic strategies for precision medicine. Postdoctoral candidate will get a unique opportunity to be exposed to research techniques in the forefront of various fields.
• Doctoral degree in in computational biology, bioinformatics, molecular biology or closely related field is required.
• Experience working with Python, R and pipelines such as Seurat, Monocle and CellRanger is required. Custom pipeline and machine learning algorithm development for data analysis is preferred.
• Experience in Bash scripting/R scripting (Linux) and job submission to cluster computing servers using SLURM commands is preferred.
• Willingness to build machine learning models using experimental or public data sets is preferred.
Position Summary: Provides financial oversight and accounting requirements. Maintains all post-award financial management activities, ensuring approved clinical trial budgets are input correctly. Reviews and analyzes research financial reports and represents Research & Development at industry conferences, board meetings and other public forums. Champions Research & Development initiatives and funding. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Provides financial compliance oversight and accounting requirements for applicable federal, NIH, State, and clinical grants.
- Maintains all post-award financial management activities and ensuring that approved clinical trial budgets are entered into the Dignity Health Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS).
- Reviews and analyzes research financial reports to ensure accuracy and integrity of information.
- Represents R&D function at industry conferences, board meetings, and other public forums; championing R&D initiatives and funding with executive management and internal clients.
Position Summary: Responsible for administration, oversight, management, implementation and accountability of clinical research, data collection activities and clinical operations for research program. Coordinates project activities, regulatory approvals, contracting and is accountable for assigned research cost center budget. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Provides financial oversight and management of research requiring expertise in clinical trial billing practices, time and effort reporting and research compliance including CMS regulations associated with cost analysis for billable services and HIPAA obligations.
- Acts as the primary program manager/liaison and works closely with UACC and SJHMC staff including physician leaders and various working groups and oversight committees. A strong working knowledge of GCP, DHHS, FDA and OIG regulations is required along with any and all applicable federal and state regulations and institutional policies.
- Utilizes clinical knowledge, good clinical practices, research experience and knowledge of government billing regulations as well as Dignity Health policies and procedures to evaluate the study and its level of appropriateness within Dignity Health
- Coordinates the process flow of a study from initial AE approval to IRB through the final AE sign off. Facilitates feasibility and IRB review and approvals between multi-sites based upon governing policies.
The Pre-Award Program Manager is responsible for the analysis, negotiation, and finalization of arrangements for research in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Additionally, this position is responsible to ensure quality research coverage analysis reviews are performed for all research proposals to identify items and services that are not billable to a third party payor and negotiate Sponsor payment for non-billable services.
The Pre-Award Program Manager oversees the workflow and assignment for all Research Contracts Specialist(s) and/or contracting agencies to ensure timely contract reviews, budget development and negotiation and execution of billing grids for post-award processing consistent with institutional goals. This position performs and oversees contract negotiation to secure favorable terms and conditions for all research transactions. This position works closely with Dignity Health legal counsel, serving as the primary point of contact for escalation of contract matters to counsel as needed and promotes terms and conditions to mitigate risk and support obligation management. This position implements and oversees research policies, procedures, and templates for the institution upon approval from Dignity Health Legal Department.
This position requires innovation and creative problem solving as well as effective verbal and written communication and a high level of innovative and interpersonal skills to interact with Sponsors, Investigators, colleagues, facility administrators and patient financial services. Using extensive knowledge of billing rules and regulations as well as federal, state and local laws related to research, this position serves as an expert in project feasibility reviews and risk mitigation working synergistically with Dignity Health Legal Department.
This position is responsible for the management of all research contract and budget negotiations with an understanding of institutional risk tolerance and research financial policies to engage leadership in business decisions key to the approval of research projects and management of the research portfolio.
The Research Revenue Integrity Manager offers subject-matter expertise within internal revenue cycle systems to ensure efficient and compliant research patient billing practices across the Service Area of responsibility. This position performs duties of high complexity, judgement, scope, and responsibility with a direct reporting structure to Research Administration and a matrix reporting relationship to the Service Area Revenue Integrity Director to ensure cross-functional integration of accountability across both departments.
The Research Revenue Integrity Manager is responsible for the planning and implementation of functional area-based system applications, developing work teams, task delegation, development of policies and work instructions and transactional management of charge review procedures to ensure services are compliant with Federal, State, private payer and other applicable legal and regulatory requirements for research patients.
This position works within Research Administration with close collaboration with Revenue Integrity Leadership and key stakeholders to ensure alignment of the research patient billing process across the service area.
Additional responsibilities include the ability to build synergistic partnerships with internal/external teams, development and execution of an on-going training program and advanced technical knowledge with various software systems to identify gaps and work towards integration to improve process automation.
Our Protective Services Department has an opportunity for an ON-CALL PROTECTIVE SERVICES OFFICER to join our Team! Protects life and property of all persons on St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center (SJHMC) premises and patrols hospital buildings and grounds to prevent fire, theft and vandalism. Responds to security needs of SJHMC personnel. 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
Our Protective Services Department has an opportunity for an ON-CALL PROTECTIVE SERVICES OFFICER to join our Team! Protects life and property of all persons on St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center (SJHMC) premises and patrols hospital buildings and grounds to prevent fire, theft and vandalism. Responds to security needs of SJHMC personnel. 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.
Demonstrates competence in the areas of critical thinking, interpersonal relationships, and technical skills. Acts in accordance with the American Psychological Association’s Ethical Principles. In consultation with supervisor or designee, prepares and selects neuropsychological tests consistent with research protocols. Demonstrates ability to provide care/service safely and efficiently for the care of Adults (19-65 years) and Older Adults (65 years & over). Administers selected neuropsychological tests according to standardized instructions in published test manuals and modifies administration procedure in accordance with research participants with research participants’ physical and/or mental limitations making note of such variations in administration procedures. Scores (manually or by computer) neuropsychological test protocols according to standardized instructions published in test manuals. Records in writing observations of research participants’ behavior during testing, especially such behaviors that influence validity of test administration, scoring, and interpretation. Designs and maintains research database and completes data entry. Assists with statistical data analyses. Designs and prepares data summary sheets and response forms. Assists with recruiting human subjects for research studies and clinical trials. Interviews research participants or family members to obtain medical, social, educational, and occupational history. Assists with preparation of scientific manuscripts and presentations, IRB proposals, grants and investigator-initiated clinical trial applications. Assists with training of interns, fellows, other psychometrics’ and research assistants.
Position Summary: Supervises diagnostic imaging department operations (e.g. nuclear medicine, MRI, Radiology, etc.) and ensures compliance with all regulations, policies and procedures. Assists with developing policies, protocols and procedures to measure and improve the quality of diagnostic imaging services provided by different departments and improves patient experience. Supervises personnel through performance management, qualified staff selection and training and effective communication. Maintains the safety of diagnostic imaging service equipment and creates a safe environment for patients, staff and the public. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Supervises diagnostic imaging services for several departments in compliance with all regulations, policies and procedures.
- Assists with developing policies, protocols and procedures to measure and improve the quality of diagnostic imaging services provided by different departments and improve patient experience.
- Supervises personnel through performance management, qualified staff selection and training, and effective communication.
- Maintains the safety of diagnostic imaging service equipment, and creates a safe environment for patients, staff and the public.
Responsible for performing all aspects of general, neuro, and interventional radiography in multiple settings on multiple patient types. Settings include but are not limited to the ED, OR, IR, inpatient and outpatient, with little or no supervision.
JOIN US NOW as we are seeking a dedicated RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGIST with exceptional customer service skills and who is passionate about the health and well-being of our patients to be responsible for performing all general radiologic procedures with moderate supervision.
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.
Through the use of accepted techniques and practices, the Radiology/CT Technologists provides high quality Computerized Tomography and Radiographic studies, practices proper radiation safety techniques on all exams performed, and performs a variety of tasks in an often hectic environment that require a high degree of skill, confidence, autonomy, and the ability to multi-task and prioritize effectively. Radiology/CT Technologists working at our HOPD’s are proficient in laboratory functions and frequently assist in performing various laboratory tests.
Provides excellent care, in the role of RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST ASSOCIATE, for the patients of Mercy Gilbert Medical Center.
Located in the Town of Gilbert, Az, a suburb of Phoenix, this position is critical to the success of Mercy Gilbert Medical Center and requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of Dignity Health.
The technologist will provide excellent service to the patients of the Radiology department, the physicians, fellow employees and hospital staff.
Located in the City of Chandler, Az, a suburb of Phoenix, this position is critical to the success of Chandler Regional Medical Center and requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of Dignity Health.
Join us NOW as our CLINICAL INTEGRATION Department is seeking a Referral and Authorization Specialist to join our team! Responsible for ensuring patients have been cleared for radiology procedures receiving approvals for and scheduling of procedures for all modalities with minimal phone wait times. Able to perform all duties of a Radiology Call Center Representative. Manages multiple processes including inbound and outbound calls, fax and moderately complex computer systems.
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
Obtains moderately complex financial information regarding patients from various sources to obtain payment plan agreements and Medicare coverage