This position works collaboratively with the Urban Central Region medical staff presidents, the UCR medical executive committees, and additional medical staff leaders (appointed, elected, volunteer, and paid, such as department chairs, committee chairs, etc.), and Intermountain Central Office Medical Staff office to plan, organize, direct and coordinate the programs and activities of the medical staff organization to ensure that the strategies of the medical staff organization are supported and attained goals and plans are realized, and there is adherence to the requirements of regulatory and accreditation bodies that are relevant to the organized medical staff. This position provides leadership, management and operational oversight of medical staff organization (MSO) support services in the Urban Central Region (UCR).
- Provide leadership to and function as the Manager of the medical staff services department, provides oversight and ongoing education and training to the medical staff services professionals and hospital staff related to credentialing / privileging and medical staff standards and processes.
- Regional budget accountabilities for the UCR Medical staff services and medical staff.
- Accountable for developing privileging criteria, privilege delineation forms and other related credentialing documents in conjunction with medical staff department leadership. Responsible for overseeing the documentation and maintenance of credentialing and medical staff policies, procedures and processes.
- Interacts and collaborates with the UCR Interdisciplinary Credentials Committee, hospital division and department medical staff leadership, UCR Credentials Committee, hospital Medical Executive Committees, the UCR Credentials Committee of the Board and the Intermountain Central Office Medical Staff Services Office.
- Oversees region-wide compliance with The Joint Commission, State and Federal credentialing and medical staff requirements and standards, Medical Staff Bylaws, Rules and Regulations, policies, procedures and processes to include quality monitoring and/or improvement activities and programs.
- Bachelor’s degree and seven years of experience in a hospital medical staff services department with two of those years being in a supervisory role
- Demonstrated comprehensive expertise and knowledge of medical staff organization management, including regulatory and accreditation requirements, credentialing, privileging, peer review, etc.
- Demonstrated communication skills, critical thinking and analytical skills, ability to work strategically, and experience in database management
- Hearing/Listening, Speaking
- Certification by the National Association of Medical Staff Services (CPMSM or CPCS)
- Dual certification by the National Association of Medical Staff Services (Certified Provider Credentialing Specialist (CPCS) and Certified Professional Medical Services Management (CPMSM))
All positions subject to close without notice
Intermountain Healthcare is an equal opportunity employer M/F/D/V
Intermountain Healthcare - 24 months ago
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