Director, Cardiovascular Services and Invasive Procedures
SCOPE OF WORK
The Director of Cardiovascular Services and Invasive Procedures (Interventional Radiology) provides leadership through planning, organizing, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating the care provided for patients. Responsibilities include fiscal, human resource, risk management, operational functions, strategic planning and program development. Maintains 24 hour accountability. The Director performs delegated duties consistent with the scope of practice and functions within the philosophy and overall plan of care at Mountain States Health Alliance (MSHA). The Director displays positive support for the values and mission of MSHA.
The Director is accountable for applying positive managerial strategies to promote greater organizational commitment among employees. Is responsible for the operations and management of the unit/service assigned, as well as, the facilitation of quality patient care throughout the organization. Works independently and interdependently within the hospital network to accomplish efficient, cost effective, quality patient care.
Job may require entry into secured areas where medications may be stored to fulfill specific duties related to this position.
MSHA expects that every team member will role model Patient-Centered Care behaviors and be guided by MSHA's Values and the Principles of Patient–Centered Care. Every member of MSHA's leadership team is accountable for coaching and monitoring reporting team members to ensure that the standards and initiatives of Patient-Centered Care are a living reality in their work units / Departments.
It is vital that an individual in this position be capable of good communication skills. It is of the utmost importance that written communication is legible.
MSHA expects all team members to support the VOS initiative by demonstrating awareness of the VOS system and effectively applying it to his/her work.
Job duties of this position may require access to protected patient information (PHI). The team member will be accountable for appropriate use of the record and compliance with all confidentiality and security policy and procedures related to use, access, and disclosure of PHI.
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EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
RN License in the State of Tennessee. Current BLS certification through American Heart Association.
Bachelor Science of Nursing; Master's degree in Nursing, business or other health care leadership preferred. Graduate of an accredited school of nursing.
Minimum of 5 years clinical experiencerequired and 2 years of previous management experience. Previous management experience is a must.