VP- Clinical and Operational Effectiveness (Buffalo, NY)
Catholic Health (Buffalo) - Rochester, MN

This job posting is no longer available on CareerBuilder. Find similar jobs: VP jobs - Catholic Health jobs

The Vice President, Clinical and Operational Effectiveness is responsible for all process and outcomes measurement and improvement work, in collaboration with clinical and operational teams across the High Performing Health System (HPHS) continuum. This position is responsible for building and developing an experienced Clinical Operational Effectiveness Team (COET) with strong analytic, performance improvement, and collaboration skills. This position will be responsible for the development, facilitation, and adoption of innovative and cutting edge practices, clinical pathways, clinical guidelines, and evidence-based medicine – in collaboration with clinical experts. Role requires ability to apply Six Sigma skills and expertise for improving operations in a clinical environment. REPORTS TO: Chief Clinical Officer (CCO) and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the High Performing Health System (HPHS) SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: all COET Team members
EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Masters Degree required; with a clinical major highly preferred REQUIRED WORK EXPERIENCE: Five (5) to ten (10) years of relevant healthcare work in Clinical Effectiveness Management and/or Lean leadership Work experience within a progressive health system of significant size and complexity preferred Work experience as a clinician (physician, Nurse, pharmacist, etc.) preferred. KEY COMPETENCIES: Change Driver – Welcomes and leads improvements on a small or large scale; emphasizes continuous improvement; influences others to accept new ideas; builds ownership and gains commitment among affected individuals; conducts research and uses information to identify opportunities Mobilizer of Quality Performance - Translates strategy into action steps and activities; builds alignment and agreement among stakeholders; seeks opportunity for collaboration an integration; communicates utilizing a variety of mediums; achieves complex objectives; can get more out of fewer resources. Strong, Authentic Communicator – Able to communicate effectively to myriad audiences in a manner that is clear, credible and compelling; Is viewed by staff as an effective organizational communicator; Commits to professional coaching and development to build communication skills. MAJOR TASKS, DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 1) Responsible for leading and supporting system-wide clinical and operational analysis and efforts to identify best clinical and operational practices focusing on outcomes and efficiencies. * Collaborate with clinical and operational leadership and all medical staff member to improve clinical and operational outcomes through reduced variation and evidence-based practices. * Collaborate with management and staff to implement structures and processes that efficiently and effectively support the clinical and operational improvement work * Develop critical pathways and work on managing the work that crosses disciplines and sites.2) Responsible for capacity intelligence within and outside HPHS network. * Serve as a resource for accessing appropriate and available sites of care and service along the continuum. 3) Define staff roles, qualifications, and competencies necessary to do the work, including how many of what types of staff/experts will be need for the first cohort of projects. 4) Leader of innovation and change through definition and application of Lean and/or Six Sigma expertise to achieve improvements in clinical operations.

CareerBuilder - 18 months ago - save job - block