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Hospital Corporation of America is an American for-profit operator of health care facilities. It's based in Nashville, Tennessee and currently manages 168 hospitals and 116 freestanding surgery centers in the United States and United Kingdom.

HCA offers a wide variety of clinical and non-clinical opportunities, in settings ranging from large research hospitals with the latest technology, clinical trials and groundbreaking medical procedures, to community hospitals that combine clinical excellence with the intimacy of a hometown touch.

Your career with one of the nation’s leading providers of hospital and healthcare services starts here. Our company has many facilities and leaders but one common culture – a culture dedicated to compassionate and quality patient care. Our caring culture extends to both our patients and our people. We are committed to each other because, when we join together, our patients are cared for in the safest and most compassionate way.

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HCA Miramar, FL, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 08751-12651 Full-time No Weekends We are currently looking for a seasoned Division Director of Pharmacy to lead Pharmacy Services within the HCA East Florida Division. The Division Director of Pharmacy will be based at our Parallon Office in Miramar and will be responsible for leading, implementing, measuring, and directing all Pharmacy Services both clinical and operations to include and not limited to developing, evaluating, and implementing clinical/therapeutic formularies for the HCA East Florida Division in an effort to reduce cost and improve quality and outcome trends. Responsibilities also includes leadership, strategy, collaboration, research, standardization, utilization management, implementation of complex processes, regulatory compliance, and development and execution of new and proven cost savings, clinical initiatives, and operational workflows. This individual will support the Hospital Pharmacy Directors and associated management teams; as well as the Division Pharmacy Leadership Team. This position is ultimately responsible for developing the pharmacy business strategy to optimize and enhance operating results across the division and execute on the corporate pharmacy agenda. DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: Manage the Division SCM operational processes specific to the Pharmacy arena to ensure achievement of the program's goals and objectives. Contribute to the content development for Supply Improvement Initiatives (SII) in the Pharmacy area. The primary focus will be developing therapeutic formularies for key pharmaceutical product lines both at a Divisional and Corporate level. Develop additional new products and processes for Divisional and/or Company Standardization. Contribute information to the Streetwise Database specific for Pharmacy. Develop special projects as necessary. Maintain effective communications with corporate and division management, CRM/FRC personnel, and facility management. Develop working relationship with various Pharmacy subject matter experts, both at division and facility level. Identify best practices and trends in the Pharmaceutical industry, divisions and facilities, while suggesting/implementing activities in Supply Chain to enhance operations. Contribute to a monthly written communication for the Supply Chain Services Newsletter that highlights activity in the Pharmaceutical arena. Participate in all Division SCM activities, including conference calls for large and small groups, and various group presentations as necessary. Assist in developing key Pharmacy business process models to be implemented within the Division or HCA. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES Demonstrate leadership skills. Demonstrate organizational and communication skills, both verbal and written. Proficient in the use of spreadsheet and word-processing applications. Ability to utilize distributor data for reviewing Division purchase trends Functional working knowledge of hospital pharmacy activities, P &T committee, and product management. Ability to create enthusiasm for new programs and different approaches to existing programs. Demonstrate quality improvement competencies. Understanding of utilization and productivity in a variety of clinical settings. EDUCATION B.S. in Pharmacy required; Pharm.D., MBA, or MS, preferred EXPERIENCE More than 5 years pharmacy utilization and/ or director level operation's experience required. CERTIFICATE/LICENSE - Licensed pharmacist PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORKING CONDITIONS - Requires prolonged sitting, some bending, stooping and stretching. Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a keyboard, photocopier, telephone, calculator and other office equipment. Requires normal range of hearing and eyesight to record, prepare and communicate appropriate reports. Requires lifting papers or boxes up to 25 pounds occasionally. Work is performed in an office environment. Work may be stressful at times. Contact may involve dealing with angry or upset people. Staff must remain flexible and available to provide staffing assistance for any/all disaster or emergency situations. #ParallonBCOM Last Edited: 12/08/2017
HCA Tallahassee, FL, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 08749-14010 Full-time No Weekends GENERAL SUMMARY OF DUTIES - The Division Infectious Disease Pharmacist is responsible for oversight and management of an antimicrobial stewardship program at all HCA facilities within the division to include but not limited to: SUPERVISOR - Division Director of Pharmacy KEY INTERACTIONS - Facility Directors of Pharmacy, Corporate Clinical Services Group, Facility Clinical Coordinators/Pharmacists, Division and Facility Quality Directors, Facility Risk Management, Facility Infection Control, Division Director of Clinical Pharmacy DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: -Oversees antimicrobial stewardship program for all facilities -Develops core strategies for Antimicrobial Stewardship program -Assists in development of facility antimicrobial stewardship teams and participate in committee meetings as needed -Provides supporting documentation, white papers or other information needed to facilitate P&T Committee preparation as needed -Ensures provision of education and support at HCA facilities with regard to clinical protocol justification, execution and implementation. Provides education through HPG and HCA support via webinar, teleconference, live or other communication. -Develops Key Performance Indicators and Dashboards related to Antimicrobial Utilization and Stewardship -Prepares Antimicrobial portion of monthly Pharmacy Key Performance Indicator report -Ensures appropriate and safe use of pharmacy technology related to antimicrobials including Automated Dispensing Technology, IV Pumps and Maximizing Order Entry System -Develops and implement division antibiograms to improve antibiotic utilization and selection -Maintains effective communication with facility directors and leadership teams on Antimicrobial Stewardship opportunities -Assists in development of best practice recommendations for all areas of antimicrobial management -Provides expertise and input to facilities on streamlining or de-escalation of drug therapy, dose optimization, IV to PO conversion, PD and PK dosing, appropriate utilization protocols and drug restrictions -Assists in preparation and implementation of facility and COE policy and procedures as needed -Serves as liaison with local pharmacy schools to develop student rotations and/or residencies in infectious disease -Develops and maintain antimicrobial stewardship section of division website -Assists in preparation and implementation of pharmacy staff competencies related to Antimicrobial Management -Facilitates creation of a Division education program along with Division Clinical Director for pharmacists to promote improved patient care. -Performs other duties as assigned by DDOP -Participates in Division Meetings as requested -Participates in HCA Corporate Clinical Advisory Board and other committees as requested -Practice and adhere to the Code of Conduct philosophy and Mission and Value Statement KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES -Knowledge - Has thorough knowledge of medications and clinical pharmacy activities. Able to interpret literature to provide formulary guidance and pharmacoeconomic data. -Organization - proactively prioritized needs and effectively manages resources -Communication - Able to communicate (verbal and written) clearly and effectively to other health care providers including pharmacists, physicians and nurses. Fosters team environment by providing clinical education, support, training to staff members. -Leadership - guides individuals and groups toward desired outcomes, setting high performance standards and delivering quality services -Customer orientation - establishes and maintains long-term customer relationships, building trust and respect by consistently meeting and exceeding expectations. Able to work with diverse work force. -Policies and Procedures - articulates knowledge and understanding of organizational policies, procedures and systems -PC Skills - proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications and other required operating systems such as CPCS, Order Scanning Systems, Automated Dispensing Units, Packaging Equipment, Physician Order Entry, and Clinical Integration to systems -Financial management - applies tools and processes to successfully manage drug cost budget. Able to direct cost effective drug therapy via clinical protocols. -Project management - Able to assess work activities and allocate resources appropriately. Able to work independently and handle stress appropriately. EDUCATION -Pharm.D. required -Residency Training with ID emphasis or Board Certification preferred EXPERIENCE -3-5 years experience as a clinical pharmacist in a hospital setting -Minimum 12 months experience in infectious disease setting CERTIFICATE/LICENSE - Licensed pharmacist PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORKING CONDITIONS - Work will be performed in an office environment. Minimal time in pharmacy environment. Must be able to stoop, kneel, and reach. Requires hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a telephone, keyboard, calculator, other office equipment, packaging equipment and IV equipment if needed. Work is often performed under stressful situations. Must have ability to verbally communicate. Some travel required. Must be able to occasionally lift up to 25 pounds. Staff must remain flexible and available to provide staffing assistance for any/all disaster or emergency situations. #ParallonBCOM Last Edited: 10/05/2017
HCA Panama City, FL, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 00096-6548 Full-time Mixed (rotating weekends) Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center is a 216-bed acute care hospital proudly serving Bay County and surrounding communities for 40 years. The hospital was recently named a Joint Commission Top Performer on Key Quality Measures® - heart failure , heart attack , pneumonia, surgical care , and perinatal care - for the fourth consecutive year and has achieved certifications for its stroke and wound care . Located in Panama City, Florida, its team of more than 450 providers and 1,000 employees work to ensure patients receive the highest quality of care every day. With the areas only designated Pediatric ER , four-bed Pediatric ICU and 28-bed NICU , the hospital is ready to care for our youngest residents. The hospital has the only Accredited Chest Pain Center with Primary PCI as recognized by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care. Additionally, the hospital's cancer program is accredited by the Commission on Cancer and the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC). It is also an affiliate of the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Cancer Care Network. These designations enhance the hospital's quality of care and demonstrate its commitment to higher, measurable standards of care. POSITION SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the Director, the pharmacist ensures the prompt and accurate delivery of medications to patients of all ages, employees, and designated areas of the hospital in accordance with the pharmacy laws of the State of Florida and the policy and procedures of the department of Pharmacy. Physician orders and patient medication profiles are reviewed, processed, and checked. Drug information is provided to health care professionals and patients to assist in providing an explanation of drug therapy. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Reviews and interprets physician medication orders ensuring appropriate therapy. Ensures that the compounding and dispensing of all medications is accurate and timely. Always adheres to the distribution policies of the department. Consistently demonstrates an ability to keep up with patient workload. Demonstrates a complete understanding of all policies and procedures concerning the responsibilities of a pharmacist. Promotes positive Customer service with internal and external customers. Responsible for implementing and participating in the departmental QA program. Assists in the development and maintenance of the Drug Formulary, assists with pharmacokinetics, and DUE data collection. As a member of the pharmacy staff, participates in all dispensing functions of the department as scheduled. Assists other members of the staff in completing nursing unit inspections, crash cart integrity monitoring, inventory management, floor stock distribution, and narcotic distribution and monitoring. Actively seeks ways to control costs without compromising patient safety, qualify of care or the services delivered. Demonstrates knowledge of the occurrence reporting system. Uses system to report potential patient safety issues. Follows established guidelines for reporting a significant medical error or unanticipated outcome in the patient's care which results in patient harm. Attends in-service presentations and completes all mandatory education requirements. Uses Performance Improvement Plan to improve patient safety. LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION: Current License to practice Pharmacy in the State of Florida EXPERIENCE REQUIRED OR PREFERRED: One (1) year experience as a hospital pharmacist is preferred An EEO/AA Employer M/F/V/D. Tobacco Free Campus Last Edited: 07/28/2017
HCA Houston, TX, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 00417-90917 Full-time No Weekends West Houston Medical Center - Houston, TX Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (ACNP) - Sepsis and Palliative Care West Houston Medical Center offers outstanding inpatient and outpatient healthcare services close to your home in west Houston. Built in 1985, our 278-bed acute care hospital is located on Richmond Avenue just east of Dairy Ashford. West Houston Medical Center boasts a team of more than 1,000 people, including 500 physicians, who are committed to the care and improvement of human life. Our staff includes people from 33 countries and 39 states, a diversity which helps us relate to our equally diverse community. West Houston Medical Center is currently looking for an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (ACNP) - Sepsis and Palliative Care. The Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (ACNP) practices in an advanced role to provide and identify high risk and at risk sepsis patients. Duties will include: assessment, diagnosis, early and goal-directed treatment initiation of treatment, and bundle compliance. The purpose of this Advanced Practice Provider (APP) is to enhance early recognition, activation, and implementation of the sepsis protocol. This APP assesses the outcomes, revises the plan of care as warranted to improve both short and long-term outcomes. The Nurse Practitioner works in collaboration with Physicians, Internists, Nursing staff, Case Managers, and the Medical Staff to ensure the highest level of care for patients. The APP will participate in all the aspects of care of sepsis patients with physician supervision. This APP will participate in pre-admission, evaluation and inpatient care of the patients with the implementation of therapies and processes to meet the patient and family's needs. The Nurse Practitioner will utilize a multi-pronged, multi-disciplinary approach to improve early diagnosis and treatment of sepsis and assist in decreasing the mortality in this high risk population. Responsibilities: Demonstrates a thorough knowledge of the entire continuum of care for sepsis and high risk septic patient Demonstrates ability to care for acutely ill patients with multiple complex problems. Evaluates focused clinical outcomes in sepsis and process measures to ensure timely delivery of evidence-based practices. Demonstrates the ability to set priorities and meet deadlines and functions in a supervised and independent capacity with physicians. Ensures accuracy and completeness of work performed. Follows established procedures and evidence based practice while performing job functions. Provides active holistic care to address physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the patient with advanced and progressive illnesses and to assist the patient and the family with the psychological, social and spiritual support needed. Utilizes effective clinical expertise in the care of patients with life-limiting illnesses Works collaboratively with physicians while utilizing general independence and decision-making responsibility in accordance with palliative care clinical guidelines and scope of practice, and the patient's attending physician. Participates in daily clinical rounds, providing patient specific education as it relates to palliative care. Also responsible for developing, coordinating and/or teaching weekly physician palliative care and death rounds. Utilize advanced clinical nursing assessment skills to note, direct, and manage the appropriateness of care, bundle usage, and transfer of patients to the ICU. Respond to Rapid Response and Sepsis calls Perform history and physical examinations with ordering of appropriate laboratory tests, radiologic examinations and other diagnostic studies as indicated. Works collaboratively with physicians, sepsis coordinator, case managers, and nurses to manage phases of patient care and assist in the coordination of care. Formulate differential diagnoses in collaboration with physicians and other healthcare providers while also working with the nursing staff to optimize the nursing care plan. Provides primary and secondary prevention information/education to patient and family. Follows established protocols agreed upon between the collaborating physician and the APP and /or appropriate 'Core Measure' type protocols to manage individualized patient problems. Develop hospital-wide educational curriculum for staff nurses for compliance with early sepsis identification, goal directed therapy, compliance with bundle and activation of Code Sepsis Collaborates effectively with other members of the healthcare team to provide comprehensive care to patients. Communicates with healthcare team members regarding the comprehensive exam, assessment/diagnosis, and initial plan of care they are enacting. Initiates and conducts patient care conferences with other members of the healthcare team as needed. Serves as clinical consultant/resource to nursing staff and other disciplines regarding the latest and the most appropriate evidence based practice techniques as well as new products to ensure patient-centric care. Participates in multi-disciplinary rounds to follow-up on "Code Sepsis" patients and identify missed opportunities for " Code Sepsis' activation Collect, collate and analyze data to identify trends and opportunities to improve care or for program enhancement. Makes recommendations regarding plan of care for complex/involved patients. Identifies areas for improvement in early sepsis recognition, Code sepsis activation and provides suggestions to improve outcomes. Participates as an expert team lead of the infection prevention team Demonstrates cost-effective/efficient approaches to delivery of services. Maintains professional education and participates in professional organizations appropriate to the position and infectious disease services. Excels in proactive use of time and demonstrates exceptional organization skills, including prioritization. Effectively leads and fosters a productive environment in which desired outcomes can thrive. Licensure as a registered nurse in the State of Texas Currently recognized by the Texas Board of Nurse Examiners as an Advanced Practice Nurse Master's Degree in Nursing required Attain and maintain national certification in appropriate population-based specialty by an organization duly recognized by the Texas Board of Nurse Examiners as an Advanced Practice Nurse (Graduates of non-palliative care programs must demonstrate completion of 500 supervised postmaster's clinical hours in palliative care). Five (5) years bedside floor nursing experience with a recommend two (2) years in a critical care setting. Minimum two (2) years as a Nurse Practitioner in the acute care setting and professional nursing experience in palliative or hospice care strongly preferred. Basic Life Support and Advanced Life Support (American Heart Association) required Master's Degree Last Edited: 04/10/2018
HCA Gainesville, FL, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 00039-13197 Full-time No Weekends North Florida Regional Medical Center is a general medical and surgical hospital in Gainesville, FL, with. Survey data for the latest year available shows that 55,287 patients visited the hospital's emergency room. The hospital had a total of 25,192 admissions. Its physicians performed 6,740 inpatient and 9,875 outpatient surgeries. Located in Gainesville, FL, North Florida Regional Medical Center is a 445-bed , full-service medical and surgical acute care center serving North Central Florida and offering comprehensive cardiovascular care, oncology, orthopedics, neurosciences, minimally-invasive laparoscopic and robotic surgery, weight loss surgery and treatment, women's health and wound therapy, among other services. A proven leader, NFRMC is fully accredited, is certified as a Primary Stroke Center and a Quality Top Performer by The Joint Commission in 2010, 2011 and 2012, is an accredited Chest Pain Center, is designated as a Blue Distinction ™ Center for Knee and Hip Replacement, Spine Surgery and Bariatric Surgery and has been recognized by U.S.News & World Report for its High-Performing Gynecology Program. North Florida Regional Medical Center is a member of Hospital Corporation of America (HCA). Position Summary: Utilizes the nursing process based on an expanded knowledge base of pathophysiology and pharmacology to provide comprehensive health assessment, diagnosis and treatment of individuals with potential or actual cardiovascular health needs. Clinical decisions are formulated in consultation and collaboration with attending physician(s). As an advanced practice nurse, the Acute Care Nurse Practitioner is additionally involved in education, consultation and research at various levels. Experience Required or Preferred: 2 years of experience in a critical care setting required. Skills, Knowledge and Abilities Advanced physical assessment and demonstrate complex critical thinking and cardiovascular competencies. Effective leadership, communication, teaching and research skills. Able to demonstrate complex clinical skills within the framework of the nurse practitioner education and guidelines. Education Required and/or Preferred: Successful completion of an accredited Practitioner program required. BSN and MSN with emphasis in acute care of patients with cardiovascular disease. Licensure/Certification: Current RN and ARNP license in the State of Florida. Certification as an Adult Nurse Practitioner or Family Nurse Practitioner and/or Geriatric Nurse Practitioner by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and/or the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Current American Heart Association BLS provider. Current American Heart Association ACLS provider. Prescriptive Authority/DEA# within 1 year of hire or transfer. Last Edited: 04/05/2018
HCA St. Petersburg, FL, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 26536-2716 Full-time No Weekends Palms of Pasadena Hospital opened more than forty years ago and has provided high-quality healthcare services for the people of St. Petersburg and the surrounding areas ever since. Over the years, the hospital has expanded to keep pace with community growth. Today the 307 bed hospital offers a broad range of inpatient and outpatient services along with specialty programs. Over 350 physicians, 700 employees and 200 volunteers share in the hospital's dedication to advanced care, improved technologies and medical expertise. We are searching for a ARNP who will act part of a cohesive team working in conjunction with our physicians and nurses with our inpatient heart failure patients and help when needed in our outpatient heart failure clinic. The Heart Failure Nurse Practitioner (NP) has primary responsibility to care for heart failure and cardiology population under the authority of supervising physician. NP will make rounds on all high risk HF patients as consulted, help with efforts to streamline care for patient population while assuring the highest quality of care and efficiency. Responsible to set up outpatient HF clinic and see patients referred to clinic with primary consults including a detailed assessment and plan for improving risk factors, targeted education, functional status and medication management. Coordinates HF interdisciplinary team to assure the best quality of life based on stage of disease process. Protocols for management of HF developed and implemented. Coordinates follow up notes and recommendations to primary care physician. Monitors program outcomes and assures evidence based practice guidelines are implemented as applicable to patient population. We offer a great place to work, competitive salary and excellent benefits: Medical, Dental and vision Insurance, Paid Time Off Plan, Extended Illness Bank, 401k. Current ARNP Florida license. Minimum of 2 years' experience with one year experience in cardiology, preferably heart failure or critical care. Current American Heart Association BLS and ACLS. Last Edited: 04/05/2018
HCA Dallas, TX, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 01505-96254 Full-time No Weekends Medical City Dallas Hospital Advanced Nurse Practitioner OR Physician Assistant - PA Oncology and Stem Cell Transplant Schedule: Full Time The Oncology and Stem Cell Transplant Nurse Practitioner OR Physician Assistant is responsible for: This position involves the coordination of inpatient admission, treatment, follow-up, and discharge planning for the patient population served. The Advanced Practitioner evaluates, plans, and provides care for patients in consultation with and under the direct supervision of attending Physician. Performs clinical procedures under the direction of the attending physician and/or approved protocols. Acts as a clinical resource/role model for service lines served Provides and/or coordinates educational activities for both staff and patients. Partner with education programs to assist with training opportunities, facilitate orientation to the organization and oversee ongoing training of Advanced Practitioners, and manage the mentoring program for new Advanced Practitioners. Participate in research activities in compliance with IRB and regulatory agencies Contribute to the development and implementation care path/guidelines, as well as participate in the variance capture and analysis in an effort to enhance quality, service and resource management. Other duties as assigned. About Medical City Dallas Hospital Medical City is a very "special" ANCC Magnet medical center located in far North Dallas that is designed with the health and well-being of the entire family. Prevention of disease is our focus, but treatment, when necessary is by some of the most highly specialized physicians in the country. In fact, patients travel to Medical City from over 75 countries and from all over the United States for the sophisticated treatment offered by some of its 400+ in-house physician specialists….where they have access to the latest and most sophisticated technology. Over 95 different medical and surgical sub-specialists are housed within the "City". Our medical center offers a full service adult and pediatric hospital, with separate adult and pediatric emergency rooms, outpatient centers, and a psychiatric hospital. Being recognized for their excellence in patient care, Medical City has received numerous awards including the Joint Commission's highest honor bestowed to hospitals in the United States. Education Required: MSN or Master's in Physician Assistant Services Minimum 3 years oncology clinical experience preferred. Licensure /Certification Required: Current RN and APRN OR PA license in the State of Texas Certification as an ACNP by the ANCC and/or the AANP OR Certification as a PA by the NCCPA. Current American Heart Association BLS provider. Current American Heart Association ACLS provider within 3 months. Prescriptive Authority/DEA# within 1 year of hire. Last Edited: 03/21/2018
HCA Irving, TX, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 10213-23271 Full-time No Weekends HCA Graduate Medical Education is one of the nation's largest providers of residency and fellowship training programs across the nation. With more than 203 programs across 21 specialties and 43 hospitals, HCA GME is building a leading network of innovative, patient-centered graduate medical education programs. We believe graduate medical education is much more than medical training. Our goal is to inspire the next generation of physicians to care for and improve human life by focusing on patient-centered approaches to practicing the latest evidence-based medicine. HCA hospitals currently train more than 2,650 residents and fellows with that number growing to 5,500 by 2020. Under the Direction of the HCA-PSG Vice President of Graduate Medical Education, the Division Vice President of GME will provide the strategy, oversight and management for the GME programs in the Division. To accomplish the GME strategy the GME VP will need to acquire resources, build the needed Division GME Office and secure the needed collaboration of others in the Division and HCA. The GME VP will work to plan, execute and manage the GME Programs in the Division's Hospitals and with Division-wide Consortium Partners. While working to understand the needs and business strategy of the Division and Hospital Leadership, the VP of GME will be responsible for being the knowledge broker and implementation leader for GME in their Division as well as being a part of the VP team implementing the HCA GME strategy for the entire enterprise. This includes assisting with faculty recruitment, problem solving for resident issues, facilitating smooth operations for GME Continuity Clinics, etc. Successful candidates for this role will have an in-depth knowledge of the workings of Graduate Medical Education for either a single or multiple GME programs, understanding of the regulatory structure of the ACGME, and will have the administrative skills needed to oversee the implementation of GME programs within their Divisions which will include multiple teaching hospitals. This includes being able to lead GME institutional accreditation and program accreditation in multiple hospitals within a multi-hospital market/Division. Responsibilities 1. Be ready to be a team players in the newly formed GME initiative within HCA. 2. In collaboration with the VP of GME, design the GME Plan for the Division. 3. Provide oversight for all GME programs in the Division. 4. Serve as the Administrative leader and manager of the hospital based Program Directors, Directors of Medical Education (DME, Osteopathic Programs) and facility Designated Institutional Officials (DIO). 5. Work collaboratively with the Division Leadership. 6. Serve as needed as the Designated Institutional Official (DIO) for various hospitals while they are in a program building mode. 7. In partnership with HCAPS and facility CEO provide direction of GME/Continuity Clinics. 8. Provide subject matter expertise on GME and GME issues to Division and facility leadership and if needed Consortium GME Program leadership. 9. Manage the implementation and ongoing use of the MedHub residency management tool for the Division. 10. Actively meet with the hospitals to understand challenges and create solutions. 11. Be the conduit for the hospitals with regard to engaging the services of Germane Solutions to develop the Institutional or Program Accreditation applications. 12. Play a strong role in managing all ACGME and other sight visits to the hospitals. 13. Participate in enterprise wide as well as Division GME meetings. 14. Be the liaison for the Hospitals to the GME Corporate office. 15. Communicate clearly and often with Hospitals GME leaders especially relaying information from the GME Corporate office. 16. Serve as the Administrative head of the GME programs in the Division. 17. As needed, take on enterprise wide assignments to support the GME programs as a whole. 18. Develop needed communication and process plans to successfully implement the GME strategy in your Division. 19. Attend Division Leadership meetings to ensure the GME plan and needs are clearly being presented to Leaders. 20. Meets leadership obligations under the Ethics and Compliance program. 21. Work to design and build the needed Continuity Clinics and ensure fiscally sound operations. 22. Work with GME, Division and Hospital Leadership to continually evaluate existing programs and opportunities for new program building. Education MD, DO or PhD 5 or more years of relevant GME experience in roles such as Program Director, DIO or VP of GME in a multi-program GME Institutional setting. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities • Extensive Knowledge and experience running Graduate Medical Education programs. • Knowledge of ACGME accreditation process. • Ability to plan, organize, delegate and supervise. • Ability to handle multiple priorities at once with minimal supervision. • Skill in dealing with interpersonal issues and customer relations. • Ability to evaluate the effectiveness of existing methods and procedures. • Skill in hiring and managing teaching faculty. • Ability to communicate effectively with clinical and administrative staff and the public. Last Edited: 02/12/2018
HCA Bradenton, FL, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 00309-7358 PRN/Per Diem PRN Blake Medical Center is located in Bradenton, Florida, just minutes from the beautiful Gulf Coast beaches of Manatee County. Our 383-bed, level II trauma center and has received official verification by the American College of Surgeons. Our Internal Medicine Residency Training Program will formally begin in July of 2016, allowing us to accept and teach resident physicians at our hospital. Blake is also a proud recipient of the American Heart Association's Gold Fit Friendly Designation for our above and beyond dedication to employees' health. Also, our Florida community, North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, ranks No. 3 overall and No. 1 in financial well-being on the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. The Burn Center/Wound/Reconstructive Clinic Nurse Practitioner serves the Trauma Program at Blake Medical Center. The NP provides and performs medical services under the direction of the Burn Center Medical Director. We are searching for a candidate who will act as a part of this cohesive team and provide services in emergency room, ICU, nursing floors, operating room, and outpatient clinic. Make excellence your goal by joining Blake Medical Center. We are seeking only the very best nursing talent! Apply online today! Education -Master's degree in Nursing. Licensure/Certification -Current ARNP Florida Licensure -Certifications required: BLS, ACLS, PALS, ATLS, NRP Experience -One year clinical experience preferred, 3-5 years Burn/Wound service background strongly desired. Last Edited: 09/22/2017
HCA Kingwood, Houston, TX, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 03198-85467 PRN/Per Diem PRN Kingwood Medical Center - Kingwood, Texas Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (ACNP) - Cardiovascular and Neuro Intensive Care Unit (CV Neuro ICU) The most advanced hospital services available in the Houston area are right in your own backyard at Kingwood Medical Center . As part of the nationwide HCA Healthcare system, Kingwood patients have access to advanced medical care and physicians trained at top hospitals. HCA and Kingwood Medical Center also provide the communities of Northeast Houston, Humble, New Caney and Cleveland, Texas with education and outreach programs. Our doctors, nurses and staff are committed to preserving and extending the health of our patients. Here are just a few ways we show that commitment: 24-hour emergency room Innovative and customized cardiovascular services, including heart and vascular surgery State of the art imaging and endoscopy services for more accurate diagnosis and treatment plans Inpatient rehab for physical recovery from stroke, trauma, orthopedic injuries and more Neurosciences program including our Joint-Commission-accredited Primary Stroke Center and the Sleep Center of Excellence Women's Center and pediatric services with access to pediatric specialists 24/7 Kingwood Medical Center is currently looking for an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (ACNP) - Cardiovascular and Neuro Intensive Care Unit (CV Neuro ICU). Responsibilities: The Nurse Practitioner is a collaborative member of the health care team who delivers nursing and collaborative medical aspects of care to specific populations within the scope of care delineated by the licensing board, professional standards of care, and as outlined through the medical staff credentialing process. Nurse Practitioners collaborate with physicians and interdisciplinary team members to review the plan of care, intervene when necessary to ensure adequate delivery of quality, cost-effective care and maintain continuity of care through appropriate referral and follow-up. The Nurse Practitioner may diagnose medical and nursing conditions, plan and implement interventions, and evaluate patient response to therapy under the direction of and in collaboration with the supervising physician or the designated attending physician. The ultimate goal is to improve patient care while achieving physician-directed medical goals. Qualifications: Master's Degree in Nursing required Currently recognized by the Texas Board of Nurse Examiners as an Advanced Practice Nurse Minimum of 3 years professional nursing experience in the chosen specialty Excellent verbal and writing skills Knowledge of service line approach Demonstrated knowledge of specialty Ability to interact effectively with physicians, patients, families, nurses, and all hospital staff who interface with the patient population. Knowledge of Continuous Quality Improvement processes and concepts Licensed by the State of Texas as a professional nurse ACLS, BCLS Master's Degree Last Edited: 09/20/2017
HCA Nashville, TN, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 10201-24519 Full-time No Weekends About HCA Nashville-based HCA is one of the nation's leading providers of healthcare services, operating 171 locally managed hospitals and 119 freestanding surgery centers in 20 states and the United Kingdom. With its founding in 1968, HCA created a new model for hospital care in the United States, using combined resources to strengthen hospitals, deliver patient-focused care and improve the practice of medicine. HCA has conducted a number of clinical studies, including one that demonstrated that full-term delivery is healthier than early elective delivery of babies and another that identified a clinical protocol that can reduce bloodstream infections in ICU patients by 44 percent. HCA is a learning healthcare system that uses its more than 27 million annual patient encounters to advance science, improve patient care and save lives. The HCA Clinical Services Group is responsible for establishing HCA Clinical Strategic Priorities for HCA to be the recognized leader in care delivery achieving world class outcomes. The CSG purpose is to drive excellent care at scale. JOB SUMMARY To provide statistical analysis, visual analytics, and reporting of data captured through various applications within the Clinical Services Group. Applicant will be expected to consult on design of statistical analysis plans, perform high-level statistical processes and report findings to multiple constituencies. Applicant must be fluent in the use of Tableau, Business Objects, SQL, Excel, Access, SPSS, and R, particularly in the areas of query writing and analytical processing. Must work well within a project team environment. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Collaborates with Clinical Analytics Department to design analysis plans, perform statistical programming, data analysis, and report writing. 2. Provides consultation on design of data processing systems, specifying the needed output, the required input and the methods of validation and quality control. Responsible for ensuring the statistical validity and epidemiological applicability of study activities by solving problems occurring in the data collection process. 3. Works with Clinical Analytics Department staff to recommend and administer effective statistical methodology and strategies necessary for the creation, completion, and analysis of epidemiology or research projects and supervises the planning and designing of analytical procedures by others. 4. Provides technical expertise, consultation, advice on statistical analysis, methods and techniques for data studies. Collaborates with other researchers in the healthcare disciplines. 5. While not responsible for entire project plan, can create own analytics tasks within a project plan. 6. Converts highly statistical numerical output results into easily-understood written form for display in PowerPoint slides, Word documents and Excel spreadsheets 7. Ability to complete visual analytics, in both Tableau and other platforms. Will create dashboards using advanced visualization techniques. 8. Performs data mining exercises to identify areas of excellent performance and areas of potential improvement. 9. Performs a variety of tasks. Relies on extensive clinical, statistical and information technology experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected. 10. Assists in the development of new reporting platforms within the Clinical Services Group for evaluating service line performance, and reporting to senior management and to the Board. 11. Provides expert advice and consultation on clinical development program strategy and tactics. 12. Prepares analysis plans and writes detailed specifications for analysis files, consistency checks, tables, and figures; communicates with clients regarding statistical analysis issues. 13. Effectively translates tools and skills learned during master's degree program (i.e., statistics, math, biostatistics) into useable on-the-job skills that will benefit the Clinical Analytics department 14. Able to establish and meet due dates. 15. Can resolve simple and moderate issues without assistance. 16. Takes initiative in solving problems and offering potential solutions. 17. Assists with special projects as needed. 18. Builds strong relationships within department and with other staff outside of the department. 19. Performing other related duties as required. 20. Practice and adhere to the "Code of Conduct" philosophy and "Mission and Value Statement". EXPERIENCE 3-5 years' experience as a Biostatistician or in a similar analytical role EDUCATION College Degree Required/Masters Preferred SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS Expert knowledge of SPSS or R software(preferred) Expert knowledge of Microsoft Office Intermediate to Advanced knowledge of Business Objects Intermediate to Advanced knowledge of Tableau Working knowledge of SQL and Oracle Strong database skills; Particularly querying skills and the know-how to transform datasets so they may be imported into various applications (Ex. Converting query output into a flat file for import into SPSS) Knowledgeable about various healthcare data sources and clinical issues Detail-oriented with strong desire to find solutions to problems Ability to clearly communicate findings in written and spoken word Ability to juggle multiple tasks and prioritize Well organized Last Edited: 04/20/2018
HCA Macon, GA, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 25742-4551 Full-time No Weekends Job Summary: The Physician and Provider Relations Director for Behavioral Health Services provides outreach to the community to bring awareness of services available in the behavioral health service line. This leadership position works closely with hospital leadership to clearly define the target population that we serve and brings the message to service providers. Also meets frequently with Physicians and Non-Physician providers of services with the goal of driving growth, uncovering opportunities, identifying access barriers and providing overall awareness to the community and service providers. Do you want to make a difference in the lives of those with mental illness and related disorders? Take this amazing opportunity to be a part of this rapidly growing, innovate and caring team at HCA. Reporting Relationships: Reports to: Direct - Vice President, Physician and Provider Relations for Behavioral Health Service Line Indirect -Vice President, Behavioral Health Services Supervises: No one Essential Duties: In collaboration with division and/or market clinical and business development leaders, evaluate, analyze, and interpret market utilization data for the behavioral health service line, ensuring that community awareness priorities are identified in line with the vision and strategic goals of the Behavioral Health service line. Identifying meaningful growth opportunities and the continuum of care by instituting a platform for increased effectiveness and collaboration through existing HCA behavioral health services. Evaluate, analyze, and interpret market demographics, including population, age, gender, race, and projected trends for both providers of psychiatric services and patient populations In collaboration with division and/or market CEO's, evaluate, analyze, and interpret current behavioral health referral patterns and trends. Community awareness and Development of service line attributes, processes, and outcomes Evaluate, analyze, and interpret financial margins for local behavioral health service line Develop goals and timelines for developing new leads from community awareness and relationships Present and gain support and commitment from market leaders, facility leaders, related medical staff leadership, and Outpatient Service Group Leaders for the service line market vision and awareness Execute development and retention strategies and plans; successfully close new business in accordance with predetermined targets Complete face-to-face meetings with behavioral health providers and community referral sources ensuring that a thorough understanding is gained regarding the desires and needs of these sources Complete follow-up meetings as needed to close new or additional business, ensuring that internal and external obstacles to behavioral service line growth and retention are identified and minimized Prepare and present monthly reports, identifying trends, additional business opportunities and new service line growth opportunities Attend service line specific medical staff meetings #CB #LI-LM1 Job Specifications: Education: Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in business, healthcare administration, public health administration, or a related field from an accredited college or university preferred. Experience: A minimum of two years of behavioral health, facility sales/outreach or related experience preferred. Licensures/Certifications: R.N. or L.C.S.W./L.M.F.T. preferred Required Competencies: • Ability to research, understand, and explain healthcare services' volume, utilization, and market data • Ability to research, understand, and explain market demographics • Ability to access, understand, and explain physician and key non-physician referral patterns • Ability to access, understand, and explain facility financial reports • Ability to design targeted sales strategies • Ability to demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of sales strategies and techniques • Ability to plan, organize and manage resources within prescribed timeframes (prioritize and focus) • Ability to present, probe and persuade • Ability to identify and respond appropriately to primary client/customer needs (service orientation) • Ability to demonstrate effective listening and communication skills • Ability to close • Ability to provide follow-up and demonstrate attention to detail • Ability to prepare and present executive reports • Ability to verbally articulate service line and product attributes • Ability to actively listen to physician and key non-physician referral source practice needs for hospital inpatient and outpatient services Behavioral Attribute(s) Critical-thinking - ability to look at all perspectives and get to the root of issues Perceptiveness - openness/awareness to issues/concerns and constituents Business Acumen - desire to think like a business owner Customer/Client orientation - passion for caring Goal-focused - desire to stay on task until the mission is accomplished Results-driven - desire to stay on task until the mission is accomplished Extroversion - desire to work with and around others Last Edited: 03/23/2018
HCA Chattanooga, TN, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 25742-4546 Full-time No Weekends Job Summary: The Physician and Provider Relations Director for Behavioral Health Services provides outreach to the community to bring awareness of services available in the behavioral health service line. This leadership position works closely with hospital leadership to clearly define the target population that we serve and brings the message to service providers. Also meets frequently with Physicians and Non-Physician providers of services with the goal of driving growth, uncovering opportunities, identifying access barriers and providing overall awareness to the community and service providers. Do you want to make a difference in the lives of those with mental illness and related disorders? Take this amazing opportunity to be a part of this rapidly growing, innovate and caring team at HCA. Reporting Relationships: Reports to: Direct - Vice President, Physician and Provider Relations for Behavioral Health Service Line Indirect -Vice President, Behavioral Health Services Supervises: No one Essential Duties: In collaboration with division and/or market clinical and business development leaders, evaluate, analyze, and interpret market utilization data for the behavioral health service line, ensuring that community awareness priorities are identified in line with the vision and strategic goals of the Behavioral Health service line. Identifying meaningful growth opportunities and the continuum of care by instituting a platform for increased effectiveness and collaboration through existing HCA behavioral health services. Evaluate, analyze, and interpret market demographics, including population, age, gender, race, and projected trends for both providers of psychiatric services and patient populations In collaboration with division and/or market CEO's, evaluate, analyze, and interpret current behavioral health referral patterns and trends. Community awareness and Development of service line attributes, processes, and outcomes Evaluate, analyze, and interpret financial margins for local behavioral health service line Develop goals and timelines for developing new leads from community awareness and relationships Present and gain support and commitment from market leaders, facility leaders, related medical staff leadership, and Outpatient Service Group Leaders for the service line market vision and awareness Execute development and retention strategies and plans; successfully close new business in accordance with predetermined targets Complete face-to-face meetings with behavioral health providers and community referral sources ensuring that a thorough understanding is gained regarding the desires and needs of these sources Complete follow-up meetings as needed to close new or additional business, ensuring that internal and external obstacles to behavioral service line growth and retention are identified and minimized Prepare and present monthly reports, identifying trends, additional business opportunities and new service line growth opportunities Attend service line specific medical staff meetings #CB #LI-LM1 Job Specifications: Education: Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in business, healthcare administration, public health administration, or a related field from an accredited college or university preferred. Experience: A minimum of two years of behavioral health, facility sales/outreach or related experience preferred. Licensures/Certifications: R.N. or L.C.S.W./L.M.F.T. preferred Required Competencies: • Ability to research, understand, and explain healthcare services' volume, utilization, and market data • Ability to research, understand, and explain market demographics • Ability to access, understand, and explain physician and key non-physician referral patterns • Ability to access, understand, and explain facility financial reports • Ability to design targeted sales strategies • Ability to demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of sales strategies and techniques • Ability to plan, organize and manage resources within prescribed timeframes (prioritize and focus) • Ability to present, probe and persuade • Ability to identify and respond appropriately to primary client/customer needs (service orientation) • Ability to demonstrate effective listening and communication skills • Ability to close • Ability to provide follow-up and demonstrate attention to detail • Ability to prepare and present executive reports • Ability to verbally articulate service line and product attributes • Ability to actively listen to physician and key non-physician referral source practice needs for hospital inpatient and outpatient services Behavioral Attribute(s) Critical-thinking - ability to look at all perspectives and get to the root of issues Perceptiveness - openness/awareness to issues/concerns and constituents Business Acumen - desire to think like a business owner Customer/Client orientation - passion for caring Goal-focused - desire to stay on task until the mission is accomplished Results-driven - desire to stay on task until the mission is accomplished Extroversion - desire to work with and around others Last Edited: 03/09/2018
HCA Myrtle Beach, SC, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 25742-4520 Full-time No Weekends Job Summary: The Physician and Provider Relations Director for Behavioral Health Services provides outreach to the community to bring awareness of services available in the behavioral health service line. This leadership position works closely with hospital leadership to clearly define the target population that we serve and brings the message to service providers. Also meets frequently with Physicians and Non-Physician providers of services with the goal of driving growth, uncovering opportunities, identifying access barriers and providing overall awareness to the community and service providers. Do you want to make a difference in the lives of those with mental illness and related disorders? Take this amazing opportunity to be a part of this rapidly growing, innovate and caring team at HCA. Reporting Relationships: Reports to: Direct - Vice President, Physician and Provider Relations for Behavioral Health Service Line Indirect -Vice President, Behavioral Health Services Supervises: No one Essential Duties: In collaboration with division and/or market clinical and business development leaders, evaluate, analyze, and interpret market utilization data for the behavioral health service line, ensuring that community awareness priorities are identified in line with the vision and strategic goals of the Behavioral Health service line. Identifying meaningful growth opportunities and the continuum of care by instituting a platform for increased effectiveness and collaboration through existing HCA behavioral health services. Evaluate, analyze, and interpret market demographics, including population, age, gender, race, and projected trends for both providers of psychiatric services and patient populations In collaboration with division and/or market CEO's, evaluate, analyze, and interpret current behavioral health referral patterns and trends. Community awareness and Development of service line attributes, processes, and outcomes Evaluate, analyze, and interpret financial margins for local behavioral health service line Develop goals and timelines for developing new leads from community awareness and relationships Present and gain support and commitment from market leaders, facility leaders, related medical staff leadership, and Outpatient Service Group Leaders for the service line market vision and awareness Execute development and retention strategies and plans; successfully close new business in accordance with predetermined targets Complete face-to-face meetings with behavioral health providers and community referral sources ensuring that a thorough understanding is gained regarding the desires and needs of these sources Complete follow-up meetings as needed to close new or additional business, ensuring that internal and external obstacles to behavioral service line growth and retention are identified and minimized Prepare and present monthly reports, identifying trends, additional business opportunities and new service line growth opportunities Attend service line specific medical staff meetings #CB #LI-LM1 Job Specifications: Education: Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in business, healthcare administration, public health administration, or a related field from an accredited college or university preferred. Experience: A minimum of two years of behavioral health, facility sales/outreach or related experience preferred. Licensures/Certifications: R.N. or L.C.S.W./L.M.F.T. preferred Required Competencies: • Ability to research, understand, and explain healthcare services' volume, utilization, and market data • Ability to research, understand, and explain market demographics • Ability to access, understand, and explain physician and key non-physician referral patterns • Ability to access, understand, and explain facility financial reports • Ability to design targeted sales strategies • Ability to demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of sales strategies and techniques • Ability to plan, organize and manage resources within prescribed timeframes (prioritize and focus) • Ability to present, probe and persuade • Ability to identify and respond appropriately to primary client/customer needs (service orientation) • Ability to demonstrate effective listening and communication skills • Ability to close • Ability to provide follow-up and demonstrate attention to detail • Ability to prepare and present executive reports • Ability to verbally articulate service line and product attributes • Ability to actively listen to physician and key non-physician referral source practice needs for hospital inpatient and outpatient services Behavioral Attribute(s) Critical-thinking - ability to look at all perspectives and get to the root of issues Perceptiveness - openness/awareness to issues/concerns and constituents Business Acumen - desire to think like a business owner Customer/Client orientation - passion for caring Goal-focused - desire to stay on task until the mission is accomplished Results-driven - desire to stay on task until the mission is accomplished Extroversion - desire to work with and around others Last Edited: 02/19/2018
HCA Waltham, MA, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 9876-00MBH Full-time For us at Mobile Heartbeat™ improving the way clinical professionals communicate and collaborate is a calling. We're seeking talented, creative professionals who feel the same way. Here, you'll be part of a team that's passionate about building great solutions that empower our customers to do great things. You'll work in an environment that's energized by new ideas and fresh thinking. And we have fun doing it. We are looking for Account Executives for the following regions: North Central, South East, and South Central. With possible locations at Chicago (North Central), Atlanta/Nashville (South East) and Texas (South Central). Job Responsibilities: Effectively assist in managing all sales to existing Mobile Heartbeat customers and new client pursuits Support the Vice President of Sales and Regional Sales Manager in the development/execution of winning pursuits of net new and existing customer sales engagements Apply general and specific knowledge of Mobile Heartbeat solutions, healthcare technology capabilities, and general healthcare operations in support of: sales opportunity qualification; the coordination of MH-CURE technical and subject matter expertise; assessment of prospect/client requirements; sales strategy development; written and oral conceptual/business propositions Effectively manage dotted-line reports, including sales and technical personnel Participate as a member of the Sales organization and support the Marketing department To actively develop and sustain working relationships with the Mobile Heartbeat Sales and Marketing departments Maintain consistent and accurate pursuit tracking via Salesforce.com, CRM and other systems Adhere to the organization's business development/sales policies, objectives, and initiatives Required Skills: 2-10 years of work experience in healthcare, including a background in: Healthcare sales experience Healthcare IT knowledge and expertise Healthcare technology and clinical communication technology knowledge and expertise Experience in selling clinical communication and collaboration solutions Demonstrated ability in healthcare sales, with a track record of success goal attainment Knowledge of healthcare IT leadership and personnel within assigned territory and surrounding regions Excellent oral and written communication skills Exceptional client relationship skills Ability to travel approximately 50% to 70% Desired Skills: Existing market recognition as an accomplished and trusted sales professional Fluency in healthcare trends/drivers of change Ability to anticipate hospital decision maker requirements Last Edited: 01/12/2018
HCA Nashville, TN, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 10250-1841 Full-time No Weekends CoreTrust ( www.coretrustpg.com ) serves an exclusive membership of select private equity firms and Fortune 1000 companies. A division of HealthTrust-the healthcare industry's leading group purchasing organization-CoreTrust leverages that volume to achieve market-leading pricing, affording most members double-digit savings across more than 100 product and service categories. Job Summary - Position is responsible for support of business development strategy and execution; both for existing categories, and growth of the business through new GPO categories related to the Human Resources (HR) portfolio - with the intended outcome of an increased pipeline, prospect relationship management and engagement with other key constituents (e.g., Channel Partners). Must be willing to travel 20-30% of time Duties (included but not limited to): Work with SVP, Business Development to manage pipeline of prospects across the sales cycle (including introduction, deeper review, final engagement support, cross-line integration) Support execution of HR strategic plan Participate on workgroups evaluating new potential HR categories and considerations Engage with channel partners and PE liaisons as needed, providing enhanced client service and support Support outreach to targeted new business opportunities, pipeline growth Conduct market research for prospecting or business development tool-related efforts Support development, and ongoing management of Advisory Board, including group events, training/CE and other touch points Develop incremental materials to support evolution of business development activities Education Bachelor's degree in either math, science, business, marketing, health administration or a related field required; Master's a plus. Experience 8 years minimum of previous experience in business development, sales operations and/or management roles. Experience building relationships with HR buyers (benefits manager, VPHR, etc.) a plus. Working knowledge of broader HR subject matter with some area(s) of more technical expertise. Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, Excel. Specific knowledge of PBM industry and associated pharmacy program strategy elements a plus. Last Edited: 10/19/2017
HCA Overland Park, KS, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 09722-52200 Full-time Days (rotating weekends) Overland Park Regional Medical Center is one of the premiere medical facilities in Johnson County. The hospital is a licensed 343-bed facility offering acute and outpatient medical care services to the Overland Park community and the surrounding areas since December of 1978. The hospital campus features four medical office buildings, two pharmacies and the offices of more than 100 physicians. Our services include Emergency Services, a Regional Trauma Center, an Accredited Chest Pain Center, The Women's Center with Level IIIB NICU, the Human Motion Institute, advanced diagnostic imaging, a Diabetes Center and many other specialty care services. We offer the latest in technological advances and we are committed to providing every patient with the highest level of care in an environment where people, compassion, community and integrity are valued. Position Summary: This position entails all aspects of providing quality food service to patients, employees, guests, and affiliated programs which includes Patient Services and our Sunflower Café. The coordinator must oversee work flow throughout the department on daily basis while paying close attention to detail and time frames associated with meal service. The Coordinator also participates in departmental quality assurance, safety, and sanitation activities. The Coordinator will also help train, evaluate, and discipline staff on an ongoing basis. High school education or equivalent required. College-level coursework in Certified Dietary Management preferred. Proficient in word, excel, power point. Certified Dietary Manager Preferred. Serve Safe Certified with 1 year. Last Edited: 04/19/2018
HCA Irving, TX, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 26500-101003 Full-time Days (rotating weekends) Division Supervisor of Case Management Utilization Review Medical City Healthcare Medical City Healthcare is one of the region's largest, most comprehensive health care providers and includes 14 hospitals, 7 off-campus emergency rooms, more than 50 ambulatory sites, more than 7,000 active physicians and 15,000 employees in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The Division Supervisor of Utilization Review provides supervision and Division oversight related to assigned operational aspects of a centralized utilization review units. Provide assistance in developing and executing strategic initiatives related to centralized utilization review, including the development of standard processes and policies, and assurance the initiatives meet company and regulatory requirements. The will also p rovide oversight for the day to day department activities including but not limited to, education, productivity monitoring, staffing support, communication and scheduling • Work with the Division Leadership team including the Division CM Manager and the Denial Director to implement and monitor key management strategies impacting functional areas within the utilization review area of responsibility as assigned • Assessment of medical records for appropriateness, level of care provided; including assessment of utilization of treatment, modalities, medication, services and application of treatment protocols. • Assist with the management of facility concerns and elevate to the Division Manager of Case Management and or the Denial Manager. • Ensure the Utilization Review team is meeting the needs of the internal and external customers, the department and the Company. • Provide support to the UR team members • Work with Denial Manager in the Denial Management Action Team (DMAT) process. • Monitor reports including but not limited to Certification Authorization, Medical Necessity Overview as assigned • Escalate issues with authorizations to Division Manager of Case Management • Monitor and trend issues with the Payers • Ability to establish collaborative and effective working relationships • Availability to work days including weekends Qualifications 3-7 years Case Management/Utilization Review in acute care or managed care 3-7 years Leadership BSN or ADN required Certification in ACM, CCM, or CPUR preferred or willing to obtain within 18 months of hire. Computer proficiency : Excel Last Edited: 04/19/2018
HCA Overland Park, KS, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 09723-51337 Full-time Mixed (rotating weekends) Menorah Medical Center is looking for an Environmental Services Supervisor Full-time Menorah Medical Center, a full-service, acute care hospital located on the corner of 119th and Nall in Overland Park, serves the community's healthcare needs by providing compassionate care and some of the most advanced treatment options available in the Kansas City area. The hospital has a comprehensive medical staff with more than 600 physicians who offer exceptional experiences and extraordinary medicine for adults, newborns, children and teens. The hospital, near the Overland Park and Leawood city lines, continues to be a leader in cancer care. It was the first to introduce the area's only CyberKnife®. This revolutionary new treatment for destroying harmful tumors does not require surgery or anesthesia, and lets the patient go home immediately after treatment with few, if any, side effects. It is also the only hospital in Johnson County to offer Mammosite®, an advanced technology for breast cancer. Position Summary : The position will assist and oversee personnel to ensure that that a clean sanitary and safe environment be maintained for all patients, visitors and employees. Minimum Requirements : Licensure/ Certifications: None Experience: 1-2 years in hospital preferred Last Edited: 04/19/2018
HCA Wichita, KS, USA
Apr 21, 2018
Job Code: 00323-18581 Full-time Days (rotating weekends) One of the most experienced and comprehensive medical centers in Kansas! Wesley is the hospital of choice for thousands of people in Kansas and northern Oklahoma. Their preference for Wesley extends well beyond the high-quality medical services Wesley offers. It includes the spirit of intensive caring that inspires and guides everyone who works at Wesley Medical Center. Wesley Medical Center is an acute-care center licensed for 760 beds and 102 bassinets. As a leader in overall recommended care, Wesley treats more than 24,000 patients annually and delivers more than 6,000 babies - more than any hospital in a 13-state region. Wesley provides the most extensive emergency network in Wichita with the Wesley ER, Wesley West ER and Galichia ER. Founded in 1912 by a regional organization of the Methodist Church, Wesley has been an HCA facility since 1985. Wesley owns and operates Galichia Heart Hospital, WESLEYCare Clinics and the Pediatric Center of Kansas. Assistant Nurse Manager - Hospital Stroke Unit Position Summary: The Assistant Nurse Manager provides leadership through collaboration with the Nursing Manager of the Department in planning, organizing, coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating the care provided for patients in the unit. Responsibilities include fiscal, human resource, risk management, and operational functions. The Assistant Nurse Manager contributes to strategic planning and program development and maintains 24 -hour accountability. The Assistant Nurse Manager performs delegated duties and functions within the philosophy and overall scope of responsibility. Required Registration, Licensure or Certification  Current Licensure in the State of Kansas as a Registered Professional Nurse (RN)  Current Basic Life Support (BLS) verification course, as specified in policy  For ANMs in 60810 - ONS Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Course (ONS Chemo), as specified in policy  For ANMs in 60810, 60910 and 61310 - Successful completion of Dysrhythmia Exam within allotted time frame, as specified in policy Preferred Registration, Licensure or Certification  None Required Education or Experience  Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing Preferred Education or Experience  BSN Required Knowledge and Skills  Ability to utilize the nursing process in the provision of nursing care including, but not limited to, administering treatments and medications, interpreting diagnostic tests, formulating a plan of care, collaborating with other health care providers and providing education to patients and/or significant others  Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively  Possess personal computer skills  Ability to multi-task, delegate and prioritize  Possess problem solving and critical thinking skills  Ability to collaborate with other health care providers  Ability to educate patients and/or significant others  Ability to supervise regular staff and float staff on shift  Ability to coordinate staffing for shifts Preferred Knowledge and Skills  Acute care experience at least two years  Possess skills in: patient care documentation systems and bed placement systems Last Edited: 04/17/2018