Responsible for all patient care employees receiving appropriate training according to policy, including training to ensure ongoing compliance with all risk management initiatives. Ensure documentation completed for all annual in- service training.
In this role, you will be responsible for planning, developing and implementing stroke center initiatives. He/she will maintain quality standards for responsive service including data management of key quality indicators.
This position involves account management, business needs analysis, standards deployment, project management and business process improvement consulting. It includes development and thorough understanding of customer requirements and ability to deliver in scope services in accord with customer expectations.
In this role, you will develops; revises; reviews as needed all policies and procedures for program initiatives including BPCI, Mandatory Bundles, and other Episode Payment Models (EPM) ensuring regulatory compliance.
The Systems/Platform Program Manager will develop, lead (directly or indirectly) a staff of Program Managers and/or Project Coordinators accountable for the planning, directing, and execution of local and/or global development projects
Responsible for successful execution of the ATMP Task Orders within the associated TFAs. Maintenance and Configuration Management (CM) of assigned TADDS and GFP, and management of GFP and property accountability.
Manages complex enterprise-wide programs with multi department impacts. May serve as a Scrum Master on development initiatives running Agile Scrum. Must be extremely knowledgeable in Bank-wide strategic planning and direction.
The IT Finance Project Manager will support the infrastructure organization in establishing new, and or refining current finance processes, to enable seamless budget management of global IT infrastructure projects.
Prepare, analyze, and evaluate technical governance policy and processes for developing systems related to US Navy Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I). Participate in engineering technical program management support to the Navy client, requiring technical review of acquisition documentation and coordinating across multiple program offices and acquisition organizations.
Develop project licensing strategy through the lifecycle of the project. This includes developing and maintaining a thorough project risk assessment and developing strategies to manage scope, cost, and schedule.
The Engineering Program Manager 2 (EPM 2) is responsible for managing the execution of complex hardware development programs. He/she is responsible for creating and executing the product development schedule process in the context of product requirements and specifications, managing the communication of a large cross-functional team, and managing risks associated with product delivery.