Through extensive analysis of data, observations of clinical workflow, and in consultation with leaders, identify opportunities to ensure 100% capture of all hospital billable services while concentrating on expense reductions and/or redundancies.
Participates in and may lead small project planning sessions with clients, business analyst and team members to analyze requirements and provides design recommendations for complex to highly complex system.
The applicant must qualify for a faculty appointment at the School of Medicine of the University of Connecticut. The candidate is required to hold or to be eligible for a current license to practice medicine in the State of Connecticut.
This Vice President of Patient Experience is responsible for operationalizing service excellence by working collaboratively with the executive leadership team and service line leaders to influence and inspire all levels of staff to provide a positive patient/family centered culture of service excellence.
Candidates should possess a doctoral degree in an appropriate discipline, and have nationally recognized accomplishments in research, demonstrated capacity to secure extramural funding, commitment to training the next generation of public health and health care practitioners.
The Director is responsible for directing management of the UConn Health Physical Plant including, but not limited to utility and environmental control systems and buildings and grounds operations, maintenance, and engineering support, and a staff of over 150 FTE, over three million square feet of building space.
While research is expected to occupy the large majority of the individual's effort (approx. 80%), contribution to the Division's teaching activities and, if appropriate, clinical activities would also be expected.
The qualified applicant will join a busy academic practice and will have clinical, educational and research responsibilities. The main practice is on the University Campus with satellite offices in the surrounding area.
Responsibilities include developing & directing programs, directing grants and contracts, supervising staff & faculty, grant development and writing, serving as liaison with state and federal stakeholders when needed, enhancing and coordinating the Center's efforts in the areas of interdisciplinary training, research, service delivery and dissemination and policy, ensuring the fulfillment of all UCEDD goals and objectives.
Provides leadership, direction and overall management in the design and implementation of population health and care coordination programs. Create and execute overall population health strategy, together with UConn Health leadership.
In addition they would be involved in teaching, community outreach and clinical research if desired. Training in Internal Medicine is required and training in Endocrinology or Rheumatology is preferred.
The successful applicant will be responsible for acute and follow-up care of stroke and other neurology patients in the outpatient and inpatient setting, teaching of medical students and residents, and clinical or basic investigation resulting in publications.