$80K — $100K *
The Manager, Breast Center is a nationally registered professional. This role is responsible for the daily operations in all areas of the Sand Canyon Breast Care and Imaging Center location. This includes, but is not limited to, staffing, patient care, surgical services and breast imaging services.
The Manager, Breast Center provides leadership in the area of surgical services and breast imaging operations. Responsibilities include the assessment, planning and implementation of the daily patient schedule, delivery of patient care, assuring compliance with all regulatory and/or legal entities and maintaining collaborative relationships with the practicing physicians and surgeons within the center.
In close collaboration with the Outpatient Imaging Services Manager and under the direction of the VP of Ambulatory Services, the Program Director and the Medical Director, the Manager, Breast Center establishes evidence based quality metrics and performance improvement goals for the department; Evaluates the capabilities of all personnel prior to delegating duties within the department; Acts as the internal consultant for all regulatory compliance matters relating to breast care services at this location; Projects and image of professionalism in communication, appearance and conduct; Participates in the continuous quality improvement process.
Management and Supervision
Responsible for the direct supervision and evaluation of the technical, clerical, and support staff in the center including staffing, disciplinary counseling, promotion, and termination.
Ensure that all performance evaluations, in-service and continuing education records and annual technical certification renewal documents are produced, delivered and recorded in compliance with hospital policy and DNV standards for the areas supervised. Ensure that center is inspection ready at all times for DNV, MQSA and/or and any other regulatory inspection.
Responsible to submit all required documentation to successfully pass ACR accreditation.
Conduct regular team meetings with departmental leaders and with the Breast Center physicians to discuss general operational issues and communicate changes in policy and procedure.
Work with team to develop performance improvement plan initiatives and demonstrate measurable results in operations, clinical care and or fiscal results.
Provides training to employees in proper quality assurance and procedures, positioning, quality control and departmental protocols. Serves as a resource for all staff.
Assure adequate staffing for all areas of responsibility.
Responsible for oversight and management of the operational budget.
Responsible for implementing and evaluating approved policies, procedures, and standards of practice necessary for the coordination and delivery of excellent patientfocused care; conducts compliance with department standards of practice and policy and procedures.
Regularly audit for Environment of Care (EOC) and (DNV) compliance.
Oversight of the patient registration process and ability to assist as needed.
In cooperation with Radiology Administration leadership, assess, plan and implement the daily patient schedule and the delivery of patient care.
Actively participates on committees and initiatives promoting the Radiology department and the Organization through support of philosophy and objectives, educational and research efforts.
In collaboration with Radiology Administration leadership, plan for appropriate capital equipment selection, acquisition and installation.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Education, Training and Experience
Graduate of an AMA approved Radiologic Technology program or an accredited nursing program.
Must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience as an RT or RN.
Must have 5 years progressive supervisory experience or equivalent.
Must possess excellent communication skills.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university.
10 years’ experience as an RT or RN.
Five (5) years of progressive management experience, including budgetary oversight and compliance.
Experience in working with staff, nurses and physicians in a matrix reporting structure.
Knowledge of the regulatory environment in not-for-profit organizations and outpatient settings.
License and Certifications
Qualified candidate must possess a minimum of an Associate’s Degree in Health Sciences or Nursing; Current State of California Radiologic Technologist certification or State of California Board of Registered Nursing RN license is required.
Valid through: 2/17/2021
$120K — $140K + $8K bonus
14 days ago