Administrative Director for Patient Experience

  • HCA
  • Irving, TX, USA
  • Jan 27, 2018
Healthcare

Job Description

Job Code: 26500-98763

Full-time

No Weekends

Administrative Director for Patient Experience
Medical City Healthcare
Division Office


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.


• Reporting to the Vice President Patient Experience (VP PE), the Administrative Director for Patient Experience (AD PE), is a key member of the Patient Experience Team. In this capacity, the Administrative Director, Patient Experience is integrally involved in assisting the VP of Patient Experience with strategic planning and coaching plans.
• The AD PE will interact with hospital leaders, direct caregivers, ancillary and support staff within the HCA North Texas Division facilities and division leadership.
• This position has been designed to provide thought leadership and subject matter expertise, aligned to all initiatives, policies, programs and education that will lead to a "world-class experience" for all patients and families receiving care or services within HCA North Texas Division. The position also requires the candidate to be a "champion" for patient rights and organizational ethics.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Provides operational insight into the coaching and strategic plans, facilitates execution of the HCA North Texas patient experience strategy in collaboration with the Vice President of Patient Experience.
• Serves as a consultant/advisor to HCA NTXD division facilities facilitating and conducting on site coaching visits in the NTXD.
• Demonstrates understanding and coaching competence in the following areas: Leadership evaluation, leadership institutes, service excellence and accountability systems - collectively termed Evidenced Based Leadership
• Understanding of Evidenced Based Leadership Model executing the North Texas Division sequenced work plan.
• Engages actively all levels of leadership and staff to maximizes and scale evidenced based practices.
• Utilizes evidence based best practices including but not limited to Nurse Leader Rounding, Employee Rounding, Senior Leader Rounding, Hourly Rounding (sm), Standards of Behavior, Peer Interviewing, etc.
• Uses knowledge of measures of data for HCAHPS and CMS guidelines, Emergency Department, Out Patient Surgical CAHPS, Out Patient Test and Treatment
• Provide professional and high quality communication to the North Texas team building effective relationships with the North Texas facilities and division.
• Supports the development of framework for HCA NTXD patient experience that includes hiring and onboarding the right people, arming leaders and staff with education and skills to accomplish the desired results, actively monitoring progress and rewarding and recognizing accomplishments.
• Identifies skills and processes to influence and modify the behaviors of the wide range of individuals who come in contact with patients and families, and incorporate those into actionable and measurable systems to achieve results.
• Accountable for successful HCA results and relationships

Qualifications

• Minimum of 8 years in the Healthcare setting, with 1 year minimum operational leadership and/or supervisory experience
• Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree preferred
• Ability to organize workload to provide reliable follow-through and meet timelines/deadlines
• Ability to build strong relationships at all levels in an organization
• Ability to develop a full understanding of Evidence Based Leadership and HCA practices and tools and communicate them effectively to afford Division growth
• Knowledge of current trends and best practices in patient experience and service excellence relevant to services provided by hospitals, medical staffs and integrated healthcare systems.
• Knowledgeable about patient and family centered care initiatives.
• Knowledge of hospital organizations, policies, procedures and forms.
• Resourcefulness to identify and search for information that is not readily available.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships across the HCA enterprise.
• Demonstrated track record of bringing great ideas in patient service to fruition through the alignment of ideas, people and processes.
• Expertise in service recovery and cutting edge patient service programs is highly desirable.
• Highly developed thoughtful, analytical skills; ability to function at a high level in a fast paced environment.
• Superb interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, particularly in the areas of caring and compassion, to communicate effectively with patients, physicians, managers and high level administrative staff, as well as, nursing, clinical and other support staff who are critical to facility functions.
• Able to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Demonstrated experience as a project manager, preferably related to customer and/or patient satisfaction, with the ability to effectively lead project teams and keep teams on task.
• Strong working knowledge of theories and principles of facilitation/process improvement tools and techniques.
• Ability to act independently to solve problems and develop recommendations. Undeterred by challenges and barriers to change, as well as persistent and undaunted by resistance.
• Collaborative, transparent, approachable and passionate about the goals at hand.
• Results oriented with the ability to not only set goals but also design, implement and monitor plans for improvement.
• Proven ability to bring projects to successful completion with sustainability.
• Engaging with outstanding interpersonal skills and a polished, professional presence.
• Politically savvy, understands when to seek counsel and to involve others; results oriented change agent who is an effective business systems thinker.

Last Edited: 01/25/2018

Reference

26500-98763