The University of Kansas Health System Director Of Cardiology Program- Administration (Full-time;Days) in Hays, Kansas
Application posted date: 9/15/20
The director of cardiology program is a content expert in cardiovascular clinical care and an experienced leader who is well organized, self-directed and capable of a broad range of programmatic tasks. Daily activities will include planning, organizing and implementing strategies, as well as effective delegation and mentoring in a participative environment. The program director is approachable and provides meaningful feedback to staff regarding job performance.
Areas of responsibility include overall direction, coordination and evaluation of the integrated service line departments and executes supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Collaboration with physicians, leaders and associates in areas that provide service to the cardiology patient through building relationships, mentoring, coordinating pateint care and creating and sustaining a positive context for the Cardiovascular Program.
Oversight of day-to-day management of all operational components of the cardiovascular program and assures operational objectives are met in partnership with the cardiology and surgical medical directors.
Direct reporting responsibilities for assigned departments.
Participates in and executes strategic planning for cardiology clinical locations
Collaborates with the hospital executive team and medical directors, provides overall cardiology program leadership to ensure seamless care delivery
Collaborates with the Marketing/Communications and external resources on the market assessment, development, implementation and monitoring of marketing and advertising and visibility plans
Development and oversight of safety and quality initiatives, staffing and productivity guidelines, and customer service goals.
Analyzes and monitors compliance with accrediting and regulatory agency standards.
Plans and organizes orientation and in-service training for staff members, and participates in guidance and educational programs.
Develops, implements and evaluates policies, standards and programs that supports cardiology.
Develops and submits budget strategies and capital budgets for the cardiology program
Uses forecasted budget to guide expenditure decisions.
Initiates activities to enhance revenues and support cost reduction and containment activities.
Demonstrates empathy, intentionally works to put others at ease.
Responsible for monitoring and evaluating quality, patient satisfaction and employee satisfaction outcomes to implement strategies for improvement.
Maintains a system of management reporting that provides the system with timely and relevant information in all areas of responsibility
Responsible for assuring appropriate management practices, maintenance of appropriate staffing levels, competency assessment, staff orientation, ongoing education and development in all areas of responsibility, in conjunction with operational leaders
Reviews complaints, concerns or questions relative to the cardiac program. Acts as a liaison to facilitate resolution of problems or concerns relative to service delivery
Organizes, assembles and leads teams on specific business projects, and directs and coaches team members through task definition, issues, and completion.
Proactively monitors patient and provider satisfaction, business project progress, and works collaboratively with team members, stakeholders, and UKHS cardiology leadership to remove progress barriers
HIPAA: This position will have access to the following Protected Health Information in order to carry out the duties related to their position at Hays Medical Center based on the following criteria:
Primary – required (routine) to do the job;
Secondary – required for the job, but mostly be exception; and
None – no approved access
Description of InformationLevel
Patient Demographic Information (information used to identify a person): Name, Date of Birth, Address, Race, Marital Status, ReligionPrimary
Financial Information/Insurance (information related to insurance, billing and payment): Billing Information, Payer Name, Payer ID, Account Balances, Plan Elements Covered, Payment Information, Payment RatesPrimary
Clinical Information (information that describes a patient’s health status): Diagnosis, Reports/Medical Notes, Test Results, Problem List, Procedures, History and PhysicalPrimary
Coding Information (clinical information that is in (alpha) numeric format): ICD-9 Codes, Rev Codes, CPT CodesPrimary
Education/Experience: Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) required; a minimum of five to seven years of experience of a cardiac center leadership role within a multidisciplinary center setting. Proven success in assessing healthcare trends to advance clinical programs
Certificates and Licenses: Current registered nurse licensure in the State of Kansas or has work permit from the State Board of Nursing; ; BLS certification required or must complete BLS certification with in the first two weeks of employment.
Requisition ID: 2020-23039
Display Department Title: Administration
External Company Name: The University of Kansas Health System
Street: 2220 Canterbury Dr.