Lead the development and implementation of frd policies, practices and plans, including goal-setting strategies and benchmarking, taking into account emerging trends and best practices in nonprofit management and fund development, as well as the need to coordinate and collaborate with other departments within the organization.
Act as the point person for all societies, drive event planning and fund-raising, encourage member and community engagement, and support the CEO in evaluating current societies while exploring the feasibility of new ones.
The CNO will have regional responsibility for standards of nursing practice, evidence based quality and safety of patient care, deployment of evidence-based experience of care standards, performance improvement, and nursing leadership development throughout patient care services.
This individual will work with the assigned Director to manage all patient care and staffing activities. The ACNO will be responsible for the development of policies, programs, and services that support provision and improvement of quality patient care and volume growth of the specialty clinical setting.
Develops, implements, and oversees policies, programs, and practices to ensure the health system is in compliance with federal, state, and/or local regulations and accreditation standards. Monitors applicable laws, regulations, and standards which may impact the organization. Consults on an on-going basis regarding related issues with all levels of management throughout Grady Health System.
Provide support as a high-level legal specialist in healthcare law primarily in the areas of regulatory law and business and professional contracting with an emphasis on business law, antitrust, physician contracting, employment law, and regulated transactions.
Monitor and assess compliance with regulatory requirements and internal policies and procedures including, but not limited to, e-mail surveillance, regulatory disclosure reporting, branch office supervision, and registration.