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  • Miami, Florida, Description Job Summary Leads the fundraising, donor development, and stewardship activities for Nicklaus Children's Health System. Responsible for the operational and strategic leadership of the Nicklaus Children's Hospital Foundation including establishing organizational objectives, priorities, and reviewing and evaluating the progress and work for attainment of objectives and performance goals. Responsible for leading and directing the efforts of Foundation staff and volunteers. Responsible for bold revenue growth and performance. Collaborates with senior executives and board members to build a culture of philanthropy across the System and galvanize key community members, philanthropists, business leaders, and other key stakeholders to advocate, donate, and commit to supporting Nicklaus Children's Hospital. Regularly engages all System board members and works closely with the Office of the CEO to manage the Foundation Board of Directors. Job Specific Duties Provides the Foundation with the leadership to carry out its mission of raising funds to support Nicklaus Children's Hospital. Seeks out opportunities to improve Foundation operations and function as a strong and cohesive team. Works with the System CFO to ensure rigorous accountability and long-term stability through the fiscal management of resources. Works closely with the President of Nicklaus Children's Hospital, President of Nicklaus Children's Pediatric Specialists, other key executives, and physician leaders to identify and prioritize programs and capital initiatives for philanthropic support. Works directly with the various Boards of Directors to support and promote philanthropy across all the System entities. Provides leadership and long term vision necessary to significantly increase the organization's preeminence in fund-raising. Develops new fund-raising initiatives to ensure resources are available to support programs by building endowment funds. Actively facilitates collaboration and partnerships by involving the community and by personally promoting participation, volunteerism, and philanthropy. Works directly with community leaders, major donors, and other leading philanthropists to raise funds and support for Nicklaus Children's Hospital. Leads staff, volunteers, physicians, and other key stakeholders in developing and implementing strategies to ensure successful annual campaigns and future capital campaigns. Identifies, involves, educates, cultivates corporate, and individual major prospects. Solicits and stewards major individual and corporate donors, providing accountability, and recognition. Works with System Marketing and Communications to create ad campai Qualifications Minimum Job Requirements Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Law, Social Sciences, or related field Master's Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Law, Social Sciences, or related field preferred Minimum of 10 years direct fundraising experience Minimum 8 years in a senior leadership role with a similar institution/organization Experience and track record of fundraising success, including closing 7 figure plus gifts Experience leading capital and other large scale development campaigns Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Collaborate with key stakeholders to build a culture of philanthropy and capacity for donor stewardship across the System. Build strong relationships with System, Hospital and Physician practice leaders and key physicians. Able to direct management responsibility for large-scale initiatives involving significant dollar amounts and implications and many diverse stakeholder groups. Extensive experience working with volunteers. Proven leadership and team building skills. Ability to build consensus, rally support around common goals, and to motivate groups and individuals. Proven negotiation and mediation skills. Ability to overcome obstacles and foster harmonious relations. Strong project management skills. Able to manage tight deadlines. Ability to think strategically and creatively. Ability to rapidly process and comprehend large amounts of detailed information; considers the implications and consequences of new facts and makes decisions. Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communications skills. Excellent ability to communicate effectively both written and oral communications skills. Able to relate cooperatively and constructively with clients and co-workers. Effectively monitor and develop the abilities of direct reports. Ability to budget, track expenses, and campaign effectiveness to provide quality results. Ability to interpret, adapt, and react calmly under stressful conditions. Ability to use logical and scientific thinking to interpret technical data and solve a broad range of problems. Ability to design, manage, and execute on a capital campaign. Ability to align the foundation's goals with the System strategic plan. Ability to develop and manage drive KPIs that drive performance. Manage donor gifts and projects as they relate to key deliverables from the hospital and physician practice. Job : Executive Primary Location : Florida-Miami-NCHS Corporate Headquarters Department : ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS-7100-955901 Job Status :Full Time
  • Fairbanks, Alaska, Overview This position identifies risks and liabilities throughout the Foundation Health Partners (FHP) system. Creates and implements policies that improve both patient care and employee safety. Assists with the development of corrective actions and monitoring activities to mitigate risk and validate ongoing compliance with government regulatory requirements. Conducts internal investigations reported though the compliance/ethics line as applicable, assists the organizations Compliance Officer as directed to research and investigate concerns or questions related to compliance, regulatory requirements, or patient complaints. On an as needed basis, this position provides support to leadership during government investigations. This includes document indexing, medical record review, and researching applicable laws and regulatory requirements, internal policies, procedures/operational processes, and maintaining investigation file integrity. About Foundation Health Partners Beginning January 1, 2017, Tanana Valley Clinic, Fairbanks Memorial Hospital and Denali Center became part of Foundation Health Partners, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Greater Fairbanks Community Hospital Foundation. Foundation Health Partners will operate all three facilities through a 15-member Board of Directors. At Foundation Health Partners, our patients and residents are at the heart of everything we do. Community owned and operated we are dedicated to providing compassionate health care for every chapter in your life story. Position Available: Full Time Exempt Responsibilities Researches regulatory requirements and develops audit tools. Conducts audits utilizing defined audit standards. Communicates the audit process, identifies areas of potential risk, prepares audit reports, and communicates results. Identifies training opportunities, designs and presents such education to prevent repeated compliance and legal risks at the direction of the Compliance Officer. Provides risk/compliance/documentation education sessions to FHP staff. Coordinates investigation efforts in conjunction with the FHP Legal and Compliance leadership. Maintains investigation integrity by managing investigation files, reviewing applicable laws and regulations, FHP internal policies and relative operational processes. Assists the organization's Compliance Officer, as directed, to research and investigate complaints, concerns or questions relative to compliance and risk issues. Investigates and follows up on reported issues as directed. Maintains awareness of laws and regulations and conducts research as needed to identify applicable laws, regulations and practices to maintain compliance and mitigate risk. Reviews related policies and procedures and literature. Communicates applicable risk issues to the Compliance Officer and the FHP Risk Management Committee. Facilitates training of any policy or procedure changes. Assumes additional responsibilities to assist and support the organization's risk and compliance program often dealing with complex and unique situations and problems. Qualifications Thorough working knowledge of principles and practices of patient relations and/or customer service management as normally obtained through the completion of a Bachelors Degree in a relevant field and a minimum of two years of related experience within a major health care organization, health system setting, hospitality, or large multi-operational corporate environment in complex industries similar to healthcare. Must have excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills to effectively interact, negotiate, facilitate, mediate, coach, train, and provide assistance to a diverse group of individuals. Must work independently and possess the ability to lead by example. Must have excellent working knowledge of personal software packages. Must have the ability to organize, prioritize and multi-task workload in a fast paced environment. Excellent use of written language and grammar in composing a variety of formal complaint response letters, presentations, policies, procedures, and other applicable communication pieces. Skilled in solving problems in order to facilitate the communication network between patient and hospital. Skilled in maintaining composure and professional demeanor in difficult and stressful situations. Requires a passion for providing excellent customer service, collaboration, and continuous improvement. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Masters degree in Health Administration, or related field. Additional related education and/or experience preferred.
  • Valparaiso, Indiana, Provide leadership and guidance to all team members related to risk reduction and adverse outcome management. The Director is an experienced health care practitioner that understands the clinical and operational environment of a health care facility and can translate this knowledge into the management of the Risk Management activities for the organization. The position requires strong interpersonal and communication skills and ability to interact effectively at all levels of the organization. Knowledge of Joint Commission, ISDH, OSHA, and CMS requirements related to the Patient Safety activities. Must be highly organized and have demonstrated experience in performance improvements activities.   Education:  Minimum of 5 years of experience in clinical are with management responsibilities. RN with Bachelors Degree with experience in clinical health care field from and accredited university or college. Prefer previous experience in Patient Safety, Risk Management, or Quality Departments Masters Degree preferred. Certifications/Experience:  Certified Professional Healthcare Risk Manager (CPHRM) preferred. Certification is expected within 4 years of hire.   For questions about your employment opportunities with Northwest Health Contact Daniel at daniel.denzine@nwhealthin.com    Equal Employment Opportunity Northwest Health is an equal opportunity employer and committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity, or Veteran status.
  • Cedar Rapids, Iowa, This position supports Mercy's philosophy of patient centered care by managing and facilitating a proactive risk management program to protect the individuals and assets of the organization from liability. This includes monitoring and minimizing the risk to patients, staff, and resources for both Mercy and Mercy Care Community Physicians. The Risk Manager collaborates with and acts as a liaison to outside counsel and consultants to represent the hospital and its employees.   Job Duties Fosters a culture of safety management and risk reduction based on legal/regulatory rules, laws & standards, and our strategic goals, in collaboration with leadership & staff. Collaborates with the Patient Safety Program to lead the planning and implementation of a system-wide safety management program to minimize the risk of system and process failures. Demonstrates an understanding of PI principles of practice, helps set PI and patient safety priorities collaborating with the Patient Safety Officer and recommends adequate resource allocation to measure, assess, and improve performance and patient safety related to accreditation, law, regulation and risk. Collaborates with legal to provide risk perspective in the development of policies and procedures, processes, and protocols. Assists with coordination of organization wide state and federal government (CMS, DIA , IDPH ) on-site investigations for reported patient care complaints. Ensures legal/regulatory compliance with safety and risk reduction standards. Serves as a resource for organizational leadership, physicians and staff regarding safety/risk management and risk reduction principles for patients and staff. Provides safety and risk management education and data to support operational leaders in their endeavors to effectively communicate, organize, coordinate and staff toward one standard of care, treatment and services throughout the organization. Collaborates and communicates with legal and the Patient Advocates to minimize risk exposure, patient complaints, and resolution of patient/family concerns and complaints. Coordinates the conduction of proactive risk assessment/risk reduction activities (Healthcare Failure Mode Effects Analysis/A3). Coordinates serious reportable and sentinel events analysis developing effective action plans to reduce risk and enhance patient and staff safety. Investigates, facilitates, and leads Structured Debriefings and Root Cause Analysis following adverse events (or good catches as indicated). Conducts risk management activities and processes for case reviews, compiling information for outside legal counsel, insurance carriers and claims administrators and acts as liaison to outside legal counsel as requested by the General Counsel to represent the hospital in litigation matters. Tracks risk management data and reserves, preparing potential loss statements and risk management reports. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Maintains knowledge in clinical and health care processes Demonstrates strong analytical, critical thinking and communication skills Demonstrates ability to lead and/or facilitate teams and/or projects toward successful achievement of goals Demonstrates knowledge and ability to conduct RCA/Structured Debriefing, and FMEA Professional Experience 5 years in a Healthcare setting preferred. Demonstrated healthcare management or performance improvement required. Risk management background required.
  • Chicago, Illinois, Job Purpose: The purpose of this position is to provide risk management consultative services to insured entities. This includes (but is not limited to) scheduling and conducting risk assessments, generating risk assessment reports, analyzing claims data and industry trends, participating in business retention and expansion efforts, presenting educational activities and providing risk management education through the delivery of resources and guidance to insured entities. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Provide risk management consultative services, to include: Coordinating and reporting on risk assessments conducted on-site and virtually throughout the year Assisting and responding to risk management inquiries from insured entities Performing claims analysis to enhance future risk services Participating in retention and expansion efforts Presenting and participating in educational activities as needed Participating on various committees and workgroups, as needed Offer assistance and serve as a resource within as well as outside the division Provide high-quality service in all areas of responsibility Perform additional duties and responsibilities, as required Experience Required for Position: Three to five years working in healthcare with risk management, quality, or comparable experience; clinical experience strongly desired, as is experience in the medical setting Experience performing healthcare quality, risk, or patient safety assessments in the healthcare setting Experience reviewing healthcare policy and procedures as well as medical record documentation Familiarity with clinical/medical terminology a plus Essential Physical Requirements of Position: Close visual acuity to read extensive amounts of written information in a standard font for an extended period of time Ability to view and read from computer screens and printed materials Ability to receive detailed information through oral communication Ability to type, operate a keyboard, computer and computing device Ability to move about to accomplish tasks, present educational programs, attend meetings and scheduled events inside and outside the office Ability to lift 10-20 pounds Ability to work in the Chicago office Internal Contacts:   All divisions within the company External Contacts:  Insured entities and/or policyholders; healthcare facilities; healthcare quality and/or risk managers; physicians; allied health professionals; practice managers, administrators, and other staff; brokers; attorneys and consultants                                                                                                                       Required Knowledge and Skills: Bachelor’s degree in healthcare or related field Certification in healthcare risk management, quality or patient safety preferred (Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management [CPHRM] a plus) Maintain a professional, service-oriented, approachable image while working with a wide variety of personalities Employ excellent writing and presentation skills Demonstrate good organizational skills and the ability to work both independently and as a team member Exhibit exemplary time management skills Function comfortably with Microsoft Office and learn new technologies and software as required Must have a valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle; up to 90% field work required  

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