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  • Renton, Washington, Regional Director of Ethics - Western WA in Renton, Washington   THE ROLE The Regional Director of Ethics will sit in Renton, WA and provide services primarily within the Western Washington region of PSJH. He/she will support and advance the theological and ethical dimension of the PSJH health care ministry consistent with the PSJH Mission and Values and the Theology and Ethics statement of Vision; "We animate and energize the moral identity of PSJH as a ministry of the Catholic Church at the service of all, empowering caregivers and leaders in developing personal and professional capabilities for ethical decision making in alignment with the Mission and Values of PSJH. We nurture conditions where individuals and the organization can act with integrity and justice in identifying and responding to emerging ethical and social issues." This role is responsible for the overall planning, operation, and evaluation of ethics services within a PSJH region, and works closely with Mission Integration leaders in the provision of ethics services. The Regional director of Ethics provides ethics education, clinical and organizational ethics consultation, and policy development and review for ethics committees, physician and nursing staffs, residents, ministry leadership, patients and families, and others as is appropriate. The Regional Director of Ethics serves on local ministry ethics committees and various committees and councils of the Theology and Ethics Department, contributes to system-wide projects and initiatives of the Department, and participates in departmental, divisional, and system goals.   Key Responsibilities: • Perform all duties and responsibilities consistent with the Mission and Values of PSJH and the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services (EROs). • Provide support for, and general oversight of, local ministry ethics committees within the region and local ethics champions or embedded ethics resources together with Mission leaders as appropriate. • Provide supervision of Clinical Ethicist (if applicable). • Serve as a member of the local ministry ethics committees within the region and chairs or co-chairs a Regional Ethics Council as appropriate. • Serve as a member of the PSJH Ethics Leadership Council. • Serve on regional and system committees as appropriate. • Provides Institutional Review Board service as needed. • Develop ethics education programs and provide ethics education for local ministry ethics committees within the region, physician and nursing staffs, local and regional ministry leadership, Mission Integration leadership formation programs, and others as appropriate. • Provide clinical ethics consultation for and in collaboration with local ministry ethics committees within the region, clinical consult teams, patients and families, physician and nursing staffs, local ministry leadership, and others. • Participate in or leads regional and local Mission and Value Discernments as appropriate. • Develop and recommend appropriate local ministry and regional ethics policies and contribute to the development and review of other policies with significant ethics dimensions as needed in collaboration with stakeholders and committees. • Assess needs in the areas of ethics education, consultation, Mission fidelity (including ERDs compliance), and other appropriate areas and recommends measures to address these needs to appropriate local ministry ethics committees and councils of the Theology and Ethics Department and to the SVP. • Develop resources and tools for the advancement of ethics education, clinical ethics consultation, policy, and other appropriate areas, including the development of quality improvement tools. • At the direction of the SVP, participate in system-wide projects and initiatives of the Theology and Ethics Department. • Annually assist the SVP in identifying budgetary needs and collecting budgeting data for the Theology and Ethics departmental budget. • Maintain collaborative relationships with the regional Chief Mission Integration Officer and local Directors of Mission Integration, Ethicists, other Mission Integration leaders, other ministry leaders of PSJH, and makes referrals as appropriate. • Assists other Regional Directors of Ethics as needed, and assists with ethics needs in other PSJH regions at the direction of the SVP. • Provide ethics expertise for PSJH advocacy and government relations efforts as needed. • Collaborate with and provides ethics services for PSJH Affiliate as appropriate. • In collaboration with the SVP, assist with the ethics review of partnerships as needed. • Assist Mission leaders with church relations as needed. • Engage in Department-funded professional development activities with the approval of the SVP. • Engage in writing self-initiated or requested publications in the area of health care ethics for internal and external publications with appropriate advance notification of the SVP.   ABOUT YOU Above all, we are looking for a servant leader whose personal and professional background demonstrates a genuine passion for the mission and core values of Providence St. Joseph Health. You have a style that emphasizes openness, collaboration, visibility, and connectivity. A strong, confident, results-oriented, and decisive leader with the capacity to balance the big picture and strategic perspective with a focus on operations and the details of execution. You can articulate how your work improves healthcare delivery in the communities that we serve.   QUALIFICATIONS Required education and experience for this position include: • Master's Degree in Bioethics, Moral Philosophy, or Moral Theology; or equivalent educ/experience. • 2 years of supervised clinical ethics experience in a health care setting. • More than 10 years of related experience. • At least 8 years of leadership experience. • Thorough knowledge of Catholic Healthcare ethics and in the Ethical & Religious Directive for Catholic Health Care Services. • Knowledge of Catholic moral and social teaching and the Catholic moral tradition. • Knowledge of the mission, values and priorities of Catholic health care. • Knowledge of ethical theory, bioethics and common bioethical issues, clinical ethics, and organizational and social ethics. • Ability to appropriately communicate and apply Catholic moral and social teaching and tradition to clinical, social, and organizational issues. • General knowledge of health care delivery, operations, and priorities. • Knowledge of the nature and function of health care ethics committees. • Ability to create and implement items such as procedures, policies, educational tools, and quality metrics. • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; effective communication with diverse groups; ability to facilitate meetings; ability to manage conflict and build consensus; appropriate personal attributes such as compassion and prudence. Ability to engage in practices of self-care and resilience. • Teaching/presentation skills and facilitation with adult learning methods; critical thinking; creative problem solving; expertise in moral reasoning • Ability to facilitate, coach, and negotiate in ethics consultations and mission discernments. • Cultural sensitivity in interactions with staff, leadership, patients, and families.   Preferred education and experience for this position include: • PhD. in Bioethics, Moral Philosophy, or Moral Theology; or equivalent educ/experience.   We offer a full comprehensive range of benefits - see our website for details http://www.providenceiscalling.jobs/rewards-benefits/   Our Mission As expressions of God’s healing love, witnessed through the ministry of Jesus, we are steadfast in serving all, especially those who are poor and vulnerable.   About Us Providence Health & Services is a not-for-profit Catholic network of hospitals, care centers, health plans, physicians, clinics, home health care and services guided by a Mission of caring the Sisters of Providence began over 160 years ago. Providence is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Providence does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, veteran, military status, religion, age, creed, national origin, sexual identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law.   Answer the call. Providenceiscalling.jobs When applying online, please reference job number 254098.   Apply online:   Providence is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
  • Valentine, Nebraska, Responsibilities The Chief Financial Officer is responsible for the planning, provision, and allocation of functional resources necessary to carry out the day-to-day operations of the organization. These responsibilities are accomplished by establishing appropriate performance standards, qualifications and expectations. Responsible for the proper planning and allocation of resources under their control to include the preparation and monitoring of the annual operating budget and objectives consistent with Cherry County Hospital’s strategic plan. All duties are performed consistent with Cherry County Hospital standards and behaviors. Principal Job Functions Commits to the mission, vision, beliefs and consistently demonstrates our core values. Participates in and/or leads meetings, committees, strategic planning and lean projects as assigned. Overseas formulations of goals and objectives, plans and programs in alignment with the overall organizational goals and objectives, plans and programs; ensures plans and programs are properly executed and an effective feedback process is utilized which communicates the overall condition and trends in each area and all important activities affecting them. Oversees performance standards/metrics for each of the departments and evaluates the performance against the standards; coaches and assists the managers in improving their planning and performance. Ensures consistent leadership among managers and ensures unification. Promotes effective communication, collaboration, quality, and efficiency between departments and managers. Provides leadership and oversight in service line growth and development. Oversees the departmental budgetary procedure to ensure proper operational and capital planning; appropriate and efficient use of resources; and consistent compliance to budgetary and fiscal controls. Responsible for hiring, training, supervising, coaching, mentoring, retaining and evaluating managers including professional development of the managers. Keeps informed of current issues including new procedures, developments, and innovation. Maintains professional growth and development through seminars, workshops, and professional affiliations to keep abreast of latest trends in field of expertise. Support the development of service excellence initiatives such as: AIDET, Key Words, Managing Up, 10/5 Rule, and Service Recovery when applicable. In conjunction with Senior Leadership, responsible for overall physician, employee, and patient improvement efforts. Understands the accounting and financial reporting regulations related to all governmental programs (CAH and RHC). Identifies appropriate internal controls for department, provides mechanisms to monitor and enforce compliance, and coordinates the annual audit, cost report preparation, and 990-preparation with outside auditing firm as needed. Evaluates the clinic financial statements and operations (including physicians’ productivity reports and physicians’ employment contract) and prepares appropriate analysis. Develops and maintains the accounting system used in evaluating department costs and profitability and provides information as needed to make managerial decisions. Compiles information and performs comparative analysis to other hospitals and clinics; determines benchmarks to be used in evaluating processes and productivity throughout Cherry County Hospital and Clinic. Assists management in managing both productivity and volumes by providing summary and detailed statistical reports showing resource consumption and unit costs. Evaluates the financial feasibility of new or existing services and programs; accesses a wide variety of databases and reports to prepare analytical reports and special studies. Evaluates and manages payer contractual agreements and advises the CEO and Board of Trustees on material changes in contractual estimates or issues as needed. Guarantees accurate and timely preparation of monthly financials for distribution to CEO and Board of Trustees. Develops a relationship with Cherry County Hospital’s auditing firms and ensures that our annual audits are performed appropriately and timely. Seeks to ensure our audit has no controllable adjustments entries. Demonstrates competency in Medicare, Medicaid and other third party insurance company billing requirements. Understands the Critical Access Hospital program including cost reporting and its implications on operations and related decisions. Understands the Rural Health Clinic program including cost reporting and its implications on operations and related decisions. Performs other related duties as assigned. Maintains professional growth and development through education, seminars, workshops, and personal affiliations to keep abreast of latest trends in field of expertise. Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting or equivalent experience required. Minimum of five (5) years progressively responsible work experience providing all aspects of accounting and budgeting functions required. Certified Public Accountant (CPA) certification or Master’s degree preferred. Prior management and critical access hospital experience preferred.  Therefore, we seek candidates who have: Knowledge of organizational and human resource management standards and practices. Knowledge of ongoing healthcare trends. Knowledge of performance improvement, budgetary and financial methods and practices. Knowledge of computer hardware equipment and software applications relevant to work functions. Knowledge of management and leadership principles and practices. Skill in conflict diffusion and resolution. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Ability to perform crucial conversations with desired outcomes. Ability to make operational and management decisions in response to changing conditions. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of personnel and medical staff. Ability to develop written policies and procedures, memoranda and performance evaluations with measurable behaviors. Ability to problem solve and engage independent critical thinking skills. Ability to maintain confidentiality relevant to sensitive information. Ability to adhere to hospital and department procedures. Ability to prioritize work demands and work with minimal supervision. Ability utilize a proactive approach in leading and communicating the financial picture of the organization. Ability to educate managers and help them understand the importance of monitoring the financial side of their areas including labor. Ability to communicate and establish rapport with department managers.
  • Danville, Pennsylvania, JOB TITLE: AVP, Behavioral Health LOCATION: Geisinger Medical Center Hospital DEPARTMENT: Psychiatry Support WORK SCHEDULE: Days WORK TYPE: Full Time         JOB SUMMARY: The Associate Vice President (AVP) of the Behavioral Health department is a key part of the leadership team.  The position will base at either the central region or northeast region hub with accountability for the system performance of the clinical service.  Travel to other regions regularly is expected. The Operations Directors and the Chief APs will report to this person as a direct supervisor. The AVP will report to the Vice President of the Neuroscience Institute. The main functions of this position are key leadership tasks, program development, strategic planning with the leadership team for the Institute moving forward and in-depth business planning and analyses.   Roles, Major Duties and Responsibilities:   Manager of Neuroscience Staff 1.        *Directly supervises operations directors, chief APs, senior administrative assistants if present and other staff as appropriate including hiring, termination and performance appraisal for direct reports. 2.        Assists Operations Management team with hiring, performance evaluation and terminations as necessary. Provides continuing education and staff development 3.        Assures managers and supervisors maintain appropriate staffing plans to ensure optimal clinical flow using appropriate benchmarks and staffing models. 4.        *Responds to employee engagement feedback by completing appropriate action plans for span of control reports and ensures management plans are aligned with needs. 5.        Participates in rounding on staff and patients 6.        Assists with the regular reviews of job descriptions and staffing benchmarking analyses 7.        Attends and presents as necessary at monthly staff meetings 8.        Creation and sustainment of a culture that prioritizes the ideal patient experience and staff experience   Manager of Practice 9.        Maintain working knowledge of clinic flows and structures, assist with improvement initiatives, using key cycle time metrics to monitor 10.      *Creation, action planning and achievement of budgets/ rolling forecasts 11.      *Monthly review of financial reports for operational management to achieve targets and monthly revenue cycle reporting reviews 12.      *Monthly quality department meetings, review of metrics and action planning for any area not meeting targets. Represent BH operations at monthly operation management meetings 13.      *Participate in BH search processes including interviewing providers during recruitment visits 14.      *Set up and manage outreach including lease arrangements with legal and finance 15.      *Participate in JV oversight and leadership as designed by the contracts for such 16.      Assure compliant integration of research into the practice 17.      *Maintain regulatory readiness, participate in rounding activities, create action plans to address concerns 18.      Assure efficient and effective integration of education into the clinical practice 19.      *Investigate and respond to patient complaints. Monitor patient satisfaction reports and assist with action plans for improvement 20.      Attend monthly business strategy meetings, review opportunity to reduce outmigration of business and execute planned action items 21.      Assist with strategic planning 22.      *Attend monthly marketing meetings, assist with marketing plan creation and execution 23.      Assist with practice reporting including scorecards, analyses and other feedback loops to direct reports and provider teams   Manager of Access 24.      *Monitor access metric performance and oversee appropriate action planning to maintain performance standards 25.      *Assure new providers have aggressive but appropriate ramp up plans. Assure team is managing templates and other key scheduling processes as appropriate. Assure list management is being managed 26.      *Participate as a team member in any access initiatives including representing BH when needed at Access Governance 27.      Maintain collegial and effective relationships with other departments in the matrix structure of the Institute including but not limited to; nursing, finance, marketing, human resources, business strategy and development, revenue cycle, quality, facilities, supply chain, patient advocacy and regulatory performance improvement   Manager of Programs 28.      *Work with clinical leaders in assigned program areas to understand the vision for care delivery to specific patient populations 29.      *Operationalize program vision across the system to ensure consistency in care delivery 30.      *Participate in strategy and marketing planning for specific program area and initiatives 31.      *Manage clinical outcomes applicable to program areas and work with Quality team to identify measurement criteria. Participate in outcome reporting where applicable. 32.      *Maintain positive working relationships with external practices to ensure practice and program development 33.      *Develop and participate when necessary in community outreach activities 34.      *Achieve center of excellence status for assigned programs if available through payors, professional organizations, and other governing bodies as approved by Institute Leadership. 35.      *Create and foster multidisciplinary teams to deliver care to program patient populations 36.      *Regularly monitor financial performance of programs.   Manager role to hospital platforms 37.      *Participate in rounding, represent BH in hospital initiatives 38.      *Participate in the JV as designed by contract and Geisinger Health leadership requests 39.      *Participate in committee work as requested 40.      *Maintain relationships and regular meetings with operation managers of ICU, ED, Nursing as well as any ancillary departments where connections exist for smooth operations   COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS: •         Demonstrated leadership, facilitation, and networking skills (ability to think strategically) (leadership effectiveness competencies). •         Demonstrated analytical and financial management skills (operating and capital budgets) (organizational effectiveness competencies). •         Demonstrated change management skills (organizational effectiveness competencies). •         Demonstrated competence in written, oral and electronic communication skills (interpersonal and technological effectiveness competencies).   EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Master’s degree in Business, Public Health, Hospital Administration, Business Administration or equivalent related discipline required Minimum of 8 years healthcare experience and at least 6 years healthcare management experience OR Bachelors in Public Health, Hospital Administration, Business Administration or equivalent related       discipline, required Minimum of 10 years healthcare experience and at least 8 years healthcare management experience   WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Work is typically performed in an office environment. Travel across the system is required.   The specific statements shown in each section of this description are not intended to be all-inclusive. They represent typical elements considered necessary to successfully perform the job.   OUR PURPOSE & VALUES: Everything we do is about caring for our patients, our members, our students, our Geisinger family and our communities. KINDNESS: We strive to treat everyone as we would hope to be treated ourselves. EXCELLENCE: We treasure colleagues who humbly strive for excellence. LEARNING: We share our knowledge with the best and brightest to better prepare the caregivers for tomorrow. INNOVATION : We constantly seek new and better ways to care for our patients, our members, our community, and the nation.   GEISINGER MEDICAL CENTER: (GMC), located Danville, Pa., the largest tertiary/quaternary care teaching hospital in the region, is licensed for 475 beds, including 89 pediatric beds in the Janet Weis Children’s Hospital.  GMC, a Magnet Hospital, maintains the region’s only Level 1 Regional Resource Trauma Center with additional qualifications in pediatrics. GMC offers an array of highly specialized medical and surgical services, including neurosciences, cardiovascular services, transplantation, women’s health (in the Women’s Pavilion), oncology and orthopaedics.  The Hospital for Advanced Medicine serves as an integrated center for the most critical patients. Outpatient services are available on and off campus.   About Geisinger One of the nation’s most innovative health services organizations, Geisinger serves more than 1.5 million patients in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The system includes 13 hospital campuses, a nearly 600,000-member health plan, two research centers and the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. A physician-led organization, with approximately 32,000 employees and more than 1,800 employed physicians, Geisinger leverages an estimated $12.7 billion positive annual impact on the Pennsylvania and New Jersey economies. Repeatedly recognized nationally for integration, quality and service, Geisinger has a long-standing commitment to patient care, medical education, research and community service. For more information, visit geisinger.org or connect with us on Facebook , Instagram , LinkedIn and Twitter .   ** Does not qualify for J-1 waiver.  We are an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer Women and Minorities are Encouraged to Apply.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability or their protected veteran status. *Domestic partner benefits not applicable at Geisinger Holy Spirit.
  • Phoenix, Arizona, POSITION SUMMARY: The Assistant Chief Financial Officer collaborates with the facility Chief Financial Officer and assumes responsibility for the ongoing effective operation of the department by exerting a leadership role that supports the hospital, mission, vision, goals and objectives while focusing on the patient, physicians, employees, volunteers and the community as customers. The Assistant Chief Financial Officer has ongoing accountability for the continuous assessment, improvement, coordination and integration into the hospital�s financial functions. He/she is accountable for departments� direction and coordination. FUNCTIONAL EXPECTATIONS & REQUIREMENTS: The Assistant Chief Financial Officer has responsibility for supporting the Chief Financial Officer in all efforts to ensure the financial viability of the hospital network by establishing and monitoring financial plans and budgets, and managing the financial affairs of the hospital network according to business unit goals, sound business practices, corporate and hospital policies, and according to various government regulatory requirements. As such, the Assistant CFO�s responsibilities are to: Analyze daily operating results to ensure that revenues, expenses, and labor are within budgeted objectives; advise department heads and administration of needed changes and improvements in a timely manner. Establish and maintain sound financial controls and record keeping. Keep abreast of government regulatory requirements and the rapidly changing reimbursement environment to develop and implement changes to policies and procedures as needed. Ensure that the financial operations of the hospital network are carried out in an ethical, responsible manner. Establish and monitor the annual operating budget according to sound budgeting principles and corporate guidelines. Interface with Human Resources and other appropriate departments in the preparation of work force plans and salary and benefit proposals. Evaluate the hospital network�s overall financial position and prepare periodic financial and operating reports. Provide consistent and accurate financial, accounting and reporting processes throughout the network. Prepare financial forecasts and monitor performance versus budget; consolidate results, prepare rolling 90-day forecasts, and develop and implement cash management controls. Coordinate with other senior members of the leadership team in the development of major strategic and financial plans, including capital expenditure programs. Review, evaluate and ensure the effectiveness of all financial and accounting systems in the hospital network. Direct the development and implementation of new systems, policies and procedures as required. Assist in the development of new business by analyzing the feasibility of new programs, including managed care contracts, and advise management of the financial prospects. Attend promptly to the administrative details of the position including the signing of documents, preparation of reports, completion of performance appraisals and other employee-related actions. ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP - EXPECTATIONS & REQUIREMENTS: As a leader in healthcare, Tenet is committed to providing the best possible care to every patient, with a clear focus on quality and service. Strong leadership is essential to delivering on this commitment, and we believe that the quality of our leaders can give us a significant long-term competitive advantage. We want to ensure every current and future leader in Tenet is successful, and we support that through our selection and hiring process and by providing coaching and training to our leaders. In this regard, we have identified core competencies that will enable a leader to succeed at Tenet, and have defined them within the following five areas critical to performance: Use Astute Judgment Delivers year over year improved financial performance in a complex, matrix organization. Demonstrates high degree of financial operational excellence (e.g., planning, contracts, budgeting, capital financing, and cash management). Holds finance team accountable to high ethical standards (e.g., compliance, internal controls, audits and SOX reporting). Effectively gauges external factors and trends to provide a forward-looking perspective when creating business strategy and forecasting (e.g. FTE/AADC targets, supply Cost/APD targets, EBITDA margin, A/R days, Operations cash flow goals). Demonstrates business and analytical skills to identify gaps in the current business plan and actively refreshes the financial outlook and strategy as needed (e.g., case management, staff/volume adjustment, net revenue management). Shape Strategy Acts as full partner at facility, market and home office level in pursuit of new revenue generation opportunities (e.g., improve payer mix, maximize reimbursement, prudent acquisition and merger strategies, reduce bad debt, grow EBITDA margin). A highly visible leader who works with team to identify challenges and capitalize on opportunities (e.g., department improvement plans, capital project prioritization and vetting, manpower planning accuracy, supply management efficiency). Acts as a thought partner for CEO and thought leader in promoting own perspective and ideas in a bold and respectful manner (e.g., cost containment, acquisition/divestiture, ACOs, physician strategies, capital forecasting, productivity improvement). Apply Financial Insights Demonstrates excellence in formal and interpersonal communications that results in financial understanding and �ownership� at all organizational levels. Evidences collaborative leadership to engage managers and physicians in improving short- and long-term results (e.g., department improvement plans, supply inventory management, clinical informatics implementation, labor management and reporting systems). Acts as an intuitive thinker willing to take prudent and necessary risk to achieve balanced results (e.g., cost, growth, people, service, quality). Performs as a financial consultant to the facility. Drive Organizational Success Establishes realistic and aggressive financial goals, targets, and metrics consistent with home office and facility strategic and operational objectives (e.g., meet upfront collection and cash goals, reduce A/R days year over year, meet 3.0 days in DNFC Gross A/R, meet HIM coding compliance accuracy for all patient types, manage a 24/7 HIM Department, attain HIM coding quality goals). Sets and maintains fiscal year pace and rigor for facility management (e.g., business planning and reporting cycle, CFO and Controller sign off on monthly balance sheet reconciliation with unresolved items less than 30 days old). Builds consensus and commitment across disparate people with often competing priorities. Continually analyzes and interprets financial performance and recommends and/or executes corrective action as needed (e.g., managed care and physician contracts, and strategic direction). Maintains high quality standards (e.g., oversee preparation of financial statements, reports, business plans and manpower plans; ensures 5 bar internal audits with no Sarbanes-Oxley items; maintains and addresses monthly internal control checklist). Develop Organizational Talent Shapes roles and assignments in a way that maximizes individual capability and performance contribution. Regularly provides performance and professional development feedback, coaching and guidance to improve performance and build career potential (e.g., all direct reports receive regular feedback and well managed development plans). Engages in team bench strength assessments and recruitment or promotion action plans that meet current/future talent requirements (e.g., Controllers, ACFO developed for CFO promotion readiness). Qualifications: CANDIDATE EXPERIENCE, ATTRIBUTES AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: At least eight to ten years of progressive financial healthcare or equivalent experience in the areas of general accounting; operations; financial systems; financial statement preparation; review and analysis; multi-discipline management experience; and ethics. Good organization skills with the ability to prioritize work load and successfully manage all financial activities. Resilience to working successfully under pressure. Ability to convert complex finance, operational, and compliance issues into terms and concepts that are easily disseminated throughout all levels of the organization. A referenceable track record in facility finance, defining the issues and making the decisions to generate improved financial performance. Participation, as well as supervisory experience, in negotiating managed care contracts. Substantial financial management experience including financial operations, strategic and financial planning, contracts, reimbursement, budgeting and capital financing in a complex environment. A thorough understanding of healthcare trends with the ability to anticipate opportunities. Professional Attributes A cooperative approach to problem-solving with the capability of building consensus and support, working across functional lines to engage disparate resources to work together to achieve desired results. A broad financial thinker and team player who works well with ambiguity and is able to transfer the vision/mission of the organization into a focused financial strategy and detailed practical plan for the future. An intuitive thinker who generates ideas and recommends new and/or modified approaches. Personal Attributes An individual of highest personal and professional integrity, principle and knowledge, earning respect and support when making difficult decisions and choices. Able to establish immediate credibility with peers, senior leadership, and medical staff. Must listen actively and accurately, encourage input from others. Provide clear directions. Maintain an ongoing dialogue with employees to ensure continual progress. Someone with the ability to work collaboratively with individuals critical to the successful execution of financial tasks. Excellent oral and written presentation skills. Education/Certifications A Bachelor�s degree in Finance or Accounting is required. An MBA, MHA and/or CPA designation strongly preferred. Compensation A competitive compensation program will be tailored to the selected candidate. Base salary will be supplemented by a performance bonus and comprehensive, well-rounded benefits program, which includes relocation assistance. Travel Minimal. Job: Executive Search Primary Location: Phoenix, Arizona Facility: Tenet Executive Search Employment practices will not be influenced or affected by an applicantâ??s or employeeâ??s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status or any other legally protected status. Tenet will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardship.
  • Dallas, Texas, This position will have overall responsibility for technical operations, architecture, engineering, client support and interfaces. The role is responsible for the development, technology strategy and roadmap of these tools. The major applications include: General Ledger (S2K and Oracle), Hyperion, Financial planning, Payroll (Genesis and ADP), Kronos timekeeping, Labor Management (HRMS, LMRS), Optilink (nurse scheduling, staffing and acuity) and Cost Accounting. This role is responsible for: Developing standards across the enterprise to ensure cost effective use of the tools and operations. Bringing new markets, hospitals, physician practices and ambulatory centers onto Tenet ERP systems � conversions and integrations. Compliance/Audit � Sox Compliance; ensure controls are adequate and are used appropriately to provide accurate results. Strategic Planning � works with key stakeholders and other IS Leaders to ensure that the strategic direction of the ERP systems is consistent with the strategic direction of the Tenet enterprise and the overall IT strategy. Oversight of system implementations and conversions. Qualifications: Experience leading a large scale payroll and HR system replacement project using Oracle. Minimum 10 years of experience in Health Care financial systems. Bachelor�s degree in Information Technology or Finance such as a Certified Public Accounting Experienced at compiling and following strict budgets and timelines. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Able to multi-task, prioritize, and manage time effectively. Demonstrates emotional intelligence and high level influencing skills. Leads with Executive Presence. Job: Executive Search Primary Location: Dallas, Texas Facility: Tenet Executive Search Employment practices will not be influenced or affected by an applicantâ??s or employeeâ??s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status or any other legally protected status. Tenet will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardship.

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