Bachelor’s degree required. Master in Business Administration or related degree preferred.
7 years of health care management required, preferably in an academic setting.
• Highly accountable for achieving results while working in a complex, interdisciplinary environment.
• Strong interpersonal skills, works collaboratively as part of a team, is able to build trust, and creates an environment of shared accountability.
• Excellent financial, analytical and quantitative skills including high comfort with utilizing excel for data analysis and financial management.
• Experience in strategic thinking, market segmentation, competitor positioning and external market assessment.
• Strong critical thinking, problem solving, and systems thinking skills.
• Strong background in performance improvement
• High quality written and effective oral communication skills including ability to present, craft content for business plans.
• Excellent organization and new program implementation skills.
• Highly proactive and independent and demonstrates leadership capabilities and champions change.
• Responsive and commits to service excellence.
• Strong facilitation skills, including meeting management and large group facilitation.
• Excellent portfolio and project management skills and capable of leading and managing complex multi-disciplinary projects.
• Comfortable working with physicians, Directors, and other senior leadership.
All CHOP employees who work in a patient building or who provide patient care are required to receive an annual influenza vaccine unless they are granted a medical or religious exemption.
• Child Abuse Clearances
• FBI Fingerprint Clearance
• Drug Screening
The Cardiac Center at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is one of the largest cardiac programs in North America with over 1,700 inpatient admissions and 22,000 outpatient visits representing $350 million in hospital gross revenue. The Director, Cardiac Service Line will work in partnership with physician leadership, physician practice leadership, and nursing leadership to support and lead the Cardiac service line. The Director, Cardiac Center is accountable for strategic and operational planning, business development, program development, financial management, project implementation, common administrative functions and allied health operations, as appropriate.
1. Strategic Planning: Lead development of 5-year Strategic Plan and facilitate annual update, monitor & track progress on initiatives including development of metrics, facilitate communication plan.
2. Operations & Operational Planning: Lead annual Operating Plan development and facilitate implementation, monitor & track progress on initiatives, facilitate communication plan, facilitate balanced scorecard, on-going dashboard reporting and regular operating plan reviews.
3. Growth, Outreach, Marketing, New Program Development, Advocacy, Fundraising: Outreach/Marketing – Lead Outreach & Volume Plan development, oversee & facilitate project(s) implementation in conjunction with Practice Administrators, Marketing, CME, Physician Referral, etc., monitor & track progress on initiatives, facilitate communication plan. New Program Development – Lead Business Plan development process for new programs and/or services, Facilitate specific project implementation to support plan, Monitor & track progress on plan, Facilitate communication plan. Advocacy/Fundraising: Partner with Development/Government Relations to prepare Plans, Facilitate specific project(s) implementation to support plan, Monitor & track progress on initiatives, facilitate communication plan.
4. Financial Management: Lead the planning and implementation of consolidated hospital revenue and expense tracking system, coordinate the consolidate Clinical Service Line hospital operating budget, IS capital budget, and capital equipment budget submission, approval and on-going monitoring, serve as interface for managed care contracting, facilitate communication plan
5. Project Management: Lead or provide support for managing complex, multi-disciplinary projects.
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