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  • Charleston , South Carolina, Job Summary/Purpose : The Integrated Center of Clinical Excellence (ICCE) Administrator reports to the ICCE Chief. The ICCE Administrator is responsible for the overall management and operation of the ICCE and is directly involved in all day-to-day aspects of the business unit. This role partners with the ICCE Chief to lead and manage the ICCE integrated delivery team, inclusive of physicians, advance practice providers (APPs), business managers and other dedicated, ICCE-specific resources. This position maintains an aligned (dotted line) relationship with MUSC Health Perioperative and Operations leadership to ensure efficient and appropriate utilization of clinical delivery support functions. This role manages support service arrangements across functional areas and sets performance expectations for services not directly reporting to the ICCE.  The ICCE Administrator works with the ICCE Chief and MUSC Health Chief Physician Executive (CPE) to establish ICCE business goals, and is held jointly accountable with the ICCE Chief for financial performance and achieving set targets.   Minimum Training and Education:  A master’s degree in hospital administration, healthcare administration, business administration, public health or a related graduate level degree with a minimum of ten years managerial experience in a leadership role is required; a minimum of five years managerial experience in a healthcare setting is strongly desired. Expertise in goal setting, budget management, performance improvement/quality and management of staff is needed. Substantial experience in a complex medical center environment is required; experience relevant to the ICCE is desirable. Expert financial and people management skills and a demonstrated history of excelling in leadership positions with an emphasis on program growth. Relocation Available
  • Detroit, Michigan, Tenet Resource Agency is hiring Constant Observer's for the Detroit Regional Float Pool. Rate: $16.00 an hour - must meet all requirements, must float between all hospitals Under the direction of the Registered or Licensed Practical Nurse, is responsible for observing the patient and reporting observations to the RN/LPN to protect the patient from injury or harm to themselves or others and to prevent elopement. Remain at patient bedside at all times. Remove visible hazards and/or potentially unsafe equipment from the immediate environment. Report unsafe/broken equipment or conditions to immediate supervisor. Accompany patient to procedures/tests/therapy as needed. Promptly refer to supervising RN any signs or symptoms that may indicate a change in patient�s condition. Assist in calming or reorienting patient in cases of agitation or confusion. Communicate in a positive professional manner; develops and asks questions which open up the dialogue. Provide clear, direct and specific instructions or information to others. Listen with patience and empathy. Observe and respect of patient�s right to privacy. Maintain quiet environment. Adhere to professional conduct/dress. Maintain orderliness of patient rooms. Assists patient with basic activities of daily living, i.e. hygiene, oral care, oral intake (unless directed to do otherwise). Provides for mobility i.e. ambulating, up to chair, range of motion and turning. Assists others with patient's care. Qualifications: High School diploma or GED BLS/CPR from american heart association 1 year patient care setting or Enrollment in a professional nursing school with completion of fundamentals of nursing (lecture and clinical), and currently in first year of clinical rotation Job: Nursing Assistants and PCA Primary Location: Detroit, Michigan Facility: Detroit Medical Center Shared Services Job Type: PT2Y Shift Type: Days If Other Shift, Specify: Nights 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, POSITION SUMMARY: The Senior Director of Data & Analytics will be a critical member of the executive leadership team reporting to the Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Tenet Healthcare. The Senior Director of Data & Analytics will be responsible for setting and executing current and long-term goals for enterprise data management, predictive analytics and BI reporting, in collaboration with senior management across the enterprise. The Senior Director of Data & Analytics will have direct budget accountability over $10M, as well as oversee a team of headquarter FTEs and third-party support. She/he will be responsible for defining and executing Data & Analytics strategies in a dynamic environment and in support of Tenet Healthcare programs and operations. FUNCTIONAL EXPECTATIONS & REQUIREMENTS: The Senior Director of Data & Analytics will collaborate with business leaders to enhance data strategy in support of enterprise goals, develop predictive analytics capabilities and enable self-service reporting through technology implementation, best practices and training. Key responsibilities include: Maximizes Data Quality and Data Warehousing: Creates and implements a roadmap to capture the right type of data, ensure consistency and integration to support business needs. Masters Business Intelligence Delivery: Establishes an architecture and a collection of integrated decision-support tools � providing the business community easy access to insights. Pioneers Application of New Technology: Effectively deploys data lake, cloud computing, data science etc. to develop new applications that improve the business. Develops a Strategy for Unstructured and Big Data: Takes inventory of unstructured data, determines its potential use case and what should � and shouldn�t � be captured. Supports Data & Analytics Governance: Partners with Performance Analytics leadership and business leaders to ensure effective management and aligned roadmap for information assets. Oversees standards and budget: Establishes data and analytics standards and has responsibility for data management budget and initiatives, in collaboration with Performance Analytics leader. Maintains Security and Privacy: Determines and enforces specific security and privacy requirements for each piece of data. Performs other related duties as assigned and modified at leader�s discretion. Global Team and offshore: Leads and increases the global footprint to create efficiencies and improvements. Identifies opportunities to partner and leverage external capabilities through contracting and supplier relationship management. Qualifications: CANDIDATE EXPERIENCE, ATTRIBUTES AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: Individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required to build a culture for action. Seven or more years of progressively relevant experie nce in data management and analytics. Demonstrated management experience. Recognized thought leader in developing and executing data and analytics strategies. Superior verbal and written communication skills. Leadership/Management Skills Sets strategic direction and monitors multiple, ongoing initiatives, where some initiatives are routinely unstructured, requiring autonomy and independent judgment. Promotes collaboration by unifying teams, setting common goals and incentivizing collaborative behavior. Demonstrates success in establishing and maintaining positive working relationships with others, both internally and externally, to achieve the goals of the organization. Matrix leadership and influence with senior leaders, customers and partners. Builds credibility, organize effectively, solve problems quickly and clearly articulate a position with sound logic and supporting empirical evidence. Possesses the balance and emotional intelligence required to meet the diverse needs of the business leaders across the enterprise. Navigates and resolve various types of conflict in a timely and productive manner and experience successfully harmonizing diverse and competing interests. Transformational/Continuous Improvement Capabilities Leads large scale enterprise projects and initiatives designed to address critical business challenges and demonstrates ability to navigate complex environments. Drives positive change and build established programs and teams where needed across the organization and build new programs and teams where gaps are identified. Thinks broadly and strategically, including the ability to translate long-term goals and objectives into short-term tactical plans and operational activities. Supports individuals and teams in process excellence, project management, problem solving, stakeholder engagement and value creation to drive toward required outcomes. Fosters an environment of creativity and innovation, focusing on the empowerment and support of staff through tools and continuous process improvement. Education/Certifications Bachelor�s Degree in Computer Science, Data Science, Statistics or equivalent is required. A Master�s Degree in a relevant field is preferred. Travel Minimal. 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. Job: Executive Search Primary Location: Dallas, Texas Facility: Tenet Executive Search Job Type: Full-time Shift Type: Days 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, Reports to: President and CEO of USPI Job Description: The Chief Development Officer will be responsible for helping to shape USPI�s inorganic growth strategy, for developing and cultivating USPI business interests, and health system/physician group relationships. The focus of this position will be to analyze and assess market M&A conditions, identify industry valuation trends, monitor competitor behavior, assess existing and new partner growth needs and expectations and develop an aggressive growth strategy to continue to scale the business through: expanding in existing markets, developing a dedicated strategy for 2-way partnerships with physicians, including De Novos and acquisitions, adding new prominent health system partnerships, executing entry into attractive new markets and acquiring and/or developing high quality surgical facilities in priority markets. While the role is based in Dallas, travel will likely be extensive and much of this individual�s work will be conducted in the field in order to effectively execute the growth plan as well as continue to enhance existing and new partnerships and relationships. Creativity, innovation, self-reliance, and an intuitive sense of deal pace and momentum are keys to success in this position. Experience driving small and large M&A transactions and de novo development will be necessary experience and expertise. In addition, one�s ability to effectively assess and prioritize strategic opportunities for USPI�s involvement along with skillful management of the relationships involved, will add to the efficiency and reduced cycle-time in getting complex, enterprise-level transactions finalized. Assessing the market opportunity and building / managing a team to capture the opportunity is a critical part of the job. The Chief Development Officer�s essential duties and responsibilities will include the following: Develop and prepare short-term and long-range development plans and budgets based on corporate goals and objectives and recommends their adoption to members of the Executive Team. This includes responsibility for developing a pipeline of acquisitions that meet the objectives of USPI and Tenet. Partner with business leaders before, during and after the M&A processes, to ensure the deals make strategic sense, fit with forward-looking business plans, and are integrated smoothly and fully optimized. Build, manage, and lead the USPI development team. Develop a robust M&A pipeline management process. Reviews annual business plans and articulates company capabilities and limitations and recommends development strategies for existing and new markets. Develops and guides due diligence and negotiations for new opportunities as well as ensuring the accurate and timely valuation of acquisition targets. Interfaces and communicates effectively with all company departments. Evaluates general and specific business conditions and keeps executive team informed on these matters, as well as participates with other Executives in developing strategy and corporate objectives and plans for their achievement, including key investment criteria and thresholds. Directs and organizes activities to achieve or exceed budgeted results and other financial criteria to enhance the growth and value of the company. Provide effective decision framework to the Executive Leadership Team to assess the quality of potential acquisitions and De Novo development projects. Ensures there is a thoughtful, robust and effective integration process is in place for new health system partners, acquisitions and De Novos. Ensure post acquisition synergies and expected performance targets are met during and after the business integration period. Qualifications: The successful candidate will also have the following personal skills and behavioral attributes: Ability to drive a complex M&A process and possess a sales and customer service mindset. Represent the organization at all times; participate as an integral part of the executive management team and express their views appropriately; be supportive of other managers; and set an example of high personal and professional conduct and integrity for employees and others. Ability to identify priorities and drive them to completion. Strong strategic decision-making capabilities with the understanding of inherent risks, and the implications of decisions and the courage to commit appropriate resources within the context of the strategy. Ability to develop a sound organizational structure, mentor managers and work with new concepts and fix broken ones. Willingness to challenge the status quo by encouraging openness to new ideas and aggressively changing existing strategies, current structures, systems and processes to better utilize resources and take advantage of opportunities. Strong operational, negotiating and strategic skills with the ability to understand and define markets, customers and develop plans to grow market share. Courage and openness in seeking input and counsel from various sources without abdicating responsibility for timely and forceful decision making. Experience in selling a concept and service versus a product. Ability to create a following throughout an organization by communicating a clear and inspiring vision for engaging an entire organization in achieving an overall growth strategy. Secure and collaborative leadership style; able to seek input and counsel from a wide constituency, without losing decisiveness or the ability to take action and inspire others to action, as appropriate. Required Skills: The Chief Development Officer will possess a Bachelor�s, and an MBA or relevant graduate degree is preferred. The successful candidate will have been recognized for excellence in executing his/her national development responsibilities and corporate management duties in a comparably large and complex organization. This individual must exhibit and cultivate an uncompromising customer service and partnership orientation that recognizes excellent time management capabilities, versatile oral and written communication skills and be comfortable working with and managing physician and health system partners� needs and expectations. Experience working with non-profit health systems whose recognition and reputation for excellence and quality place them at or near the top of the U.S. healthcare delivery system. In addition, experience in a high-growth, for-profit company is an advantage, as is direct experience with companies providing ambulatory surgical services or hospital services. The organization will design an attractive compensation and benefits package commensurate with the successful candidate�s experience and value-added contribution. Job: Executive Search Primary Location: Dallas, Texas Facility: Tenet Executive Search Job Type: Full-time Shift Type: Days 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.
  • Palo Alto, California, The Patient Safety Consultant assists the Patient Safety Manager in assuring and maintaining the Patient Safety Program under the Office of Quality, Safety, and Value (QSV). The Patient Safety Consultant is clinically/administratively responsible to the Director of Quality & Safety, QSV.

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