Rural Division Director
Bryan’s Rural Health Mission, Presence and Commitment:
Mission: To advance the health of the individuals in our region through collaboration with physicians and communities.
Presence and Commitment:
- Build an Awarenesswith Nebraskans and their neighbors in the advancement of health.
- Depth and Breadth of our commitment includes the Bryan Rural Division, Heartland Health Alliance, Bryan Medical Center CAH Network and Bryan Telemedicine.
- Establish Bryan Health as an innovator of best practices in rural health supported through a social media presence.
- Position Bryan Health as a leader in improving the health of our state by issuing white papers of proven partnerships of trust with physicians and communities.
What will your workday look like?
The Rural Division Director is responsible for the management of the day-to-day operations of the Rural Division and Heartland Health Alliance, as well as personally conducts executive and administrative consulting services. The executive and administrative consulting services including: executive recruitment, strategic planning, business/support and governance consulting, executive coaching, cohort facilitation, and other duties as assigned to ensure value to the clients, members, and organizations.
How will you qualify?
Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Finance, or related field required. Master’s degree preferred. Minimum of five (5) years executive work experience in hospital administration required. Prior supervisory experience required. Must have a valid State of Nebraska driver’s license. Verification and maintenance of responsible driving record standards required. Required travel between HHA office (Cambridge, Nebraska), Rural Division client locations, and HHA member hospital locations on a regular basis throughout Bryan Health’s primary, secondary, and tertiary markets.
- Must be an effective communicator, with the ability to work with minimal supervision, ability to work in a fast-paced stressful environment.
- Must have knowledge of ongoing healthcare trends.
- Knowledge of organizational and human resource management standards and practices.
- Knowledge of management and leadership principles and practices.
- Skill in conflict diffusion and resolution.
- Ability to make operational and management decisions in response to changing conditions.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of personnel and medical staff.
- Ability to develop written policies and procedures, memoranda and performance evaluations with measurable behaviors.
- Ability to problem solve and engage independent critical thinking skills.
What will you be doing with your time?
Rural Division Duties
- Ensures the execution of the Rural Division strategy and annual work plan with and through others. Maintains focus on prioritization of activities, allocation of resources, and achievement of desired results.
- Manages the day-to-day operations of the Rural Division budget to ensure proper operational and capital planning; appropriate and efficient use of resources; and consistent compliance to budgetary and fiscal controls.
- Supervises the activities and personnel functions of the Rural Division; screens, hires, schedules, orients/trains, develops, takes corrective action as needed and evaluates all personnel including monthly onsite rounding visits.
- Develops, markets, and facilitates fee based consulting and education services as subject matter expert executive and administrative consulting.
- Provides leadership, oversight, and consulting on all aspects of operations and strategy to facilitate operational turnarounds, operational optimization, special projects, interim leadership, or embedded leadership and all subject matter expert areas of focus on behalf of Bryan Health.
- Leads and coordinates all aspects of executive recruitment including client relations, key stakeholders involvement, job posting, interviews, candidates screening, candidate communication, Rural Division team involvement, interview planning, and project management of search logistics and details.
- Leads or co-leads initiatives, education, or cohorts leveraging subject matter expertise.
- Participates in and/or leads meetings, committees, strategic planning and lean projects.
- Communicates with key stakeholders on consistent basis and approach to ensure expected outcomes match observed results for all consulting engagements.
- Carries through specific work projects assigned by the Vice President of Health System Services.
Heartland Health Alliance Duties:
- Supervises the activities and personnel functions of the HHA Regional Office; screens, hires, schedules, orients/trains, completing corrective action as needed and evaluates all office personnel including monthly onsite rounding visits.
- Manages HHA credentialing verification and privileging in accordance with Joint Commission and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) regulations and guidelines for all physicians and Allied Health professionals.
- Manages HHA organization verification in accordance with Joint Commission and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) regulations and guidelines for hospitals and clinics.
- Facilitates the development, implementation and ongoing maintenance of information system related to areas of responsibility; coordinates the development and maintenance of information system testing, procedures and report mechanisms.
- Oversees the credentialing service line budget to ensure proper operational and capital planning; appropriate and efficient use of resources; and consistent compliance to budgetary and fiscal controls.
- Oversees the day-to-day financial operations of the HHA office including documenting and verifying accounts payable and accounts receivable; collects and summarizes financial information for the preparation of financialreports.