In this role, you will develop Business Unit Certificate of Need applications and assure submission of these applications to the pertinent state Health facilities planning board or similar agency according to the required submission schedule as defined by the applicable regulations.
Responsible for providing staff support in planning and organizing implementations and committees in accordance with the Ambulatory Services Administrator and Assistant Administrator and departmental Clinic Managers, Assistant Administrators, Administrators and other staff.
The Technical Project Administrator is responsible for coordinating technical aspects of implementation including Epic technical components and technical infrastructure (systems, network, hardware, etc).
As a result, the understanding of completing, reviewing and analyzing the community budget is essential. Meeting with families, attending food committee and Resident council and organizing staff functions during the work day and in the evening, are critical to the success of the community.