The Director of Perioperative Services Surgery contributes to the goals of the hospital by generating new surgical business, developing and controlling operational and capital budgets, intervening and solving potential patient safety problems, and developing the personnel, physical environment, material and organizational systems to provide competitive, cost effective OR services.
The Director Communications oversees the development and execution of organization-wide communication strategies and develops an effective transfer of information to various audiences (both internal and external).
Responsibilities include managing complex contractual relationships in the market and building network relationships while managing the network staff. This position will assist in the design, development, management and/or implementation of strategic network configurations and act as a liaison with senior management.
Plans, directs and carries out policies relating to all phases of personnel activity. Recruits, interviews, and selects employees to fill vacant positions. Plans and conducts new employee orientation programs to foster positive attitudes toward company goals.
Oversee the study, creation and implementation of structures and algorithms to improve understanding and management of health plan information; interface with internal/external customers, including State Agencies, on all issues related to data.
Provide leadership and expertise in the field of early childhood education, including program development, curriculum, and child assessment, incorporating LA standards, and addressing the development of the whole child.
The Director Finance Logistics directs the financial record keeping and coordinates the budget process for Logistics One in accordance with corporate policies and generally accepted accounting principles.
Manage qualified Revenue Cycle Management ( RCM ), Patient Centered Service ( PCS ) prospects through the defined sales cycle through to closure and turnover to implementation with appropriate Sales Executive or Account Executive.
The Regional Rehab Director (RRD) is responsible for providing resources, training and support to facility rehabilitation departments in order to maximize patient outcomes, improve facility reputation, promote professional visibility and ensure regulatory compliance. Candidate must understand reimbursement systems that drive the long term care industry.