Responsible for activities related to IT security governance, risk management, and compliance for assigned organizational areas including but not limited to: policy, procedure, standard & guideline development, risk assessment & analysis, remediation & safeguard planning & implementation oversight, compliance assessments & audits, security awareness, third party risk management, and incident management
The COO is responsible for the smooth and efficient operation of the system, including management of the profit and loss statement for the systems major businesses (hospitals and other ancillary services), as well as the related resources associated with the Baptist Health system operations.
Directs and plans the operational activities system-wide for all employee health programs and services, including oversight of (i) employee acute care clinics and programs (where applicable), (ii) employee health, wellness and safety (including medical surveillance and vaccination programs), and (iii) workplace injuries (including monitoring, investigating and preventing work-related illness and injury).
The Chief Strategy Officer is responsible for collaboratively co-creating the Baptist Health strategic plan. The Strategic Plan establishes Baptist Healths direction in the areas of business development, growth, strategic partnerships and innovation
Interpret and review each medication order received for correct dosage, schedule, allergies, interactions, contraindications and therapeutic duplications. Evaluate, prepare and dispense total parenteral nutrition orders.
Staff pharmacists are responsible for drug preparation and distribution for medications at Baptist Health Louisville; evaluating, inputting and verification new medication orders; assisting providers and other health care professions by serving as a drug information resource; monitoring and managing medication regimens per protocol or per consult; and managing pharmacy inventory.