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We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Manager-Research & Quality.
Provides leadership support and overall administrative direction for the research and quality mission of the academic clinical department which includes the supervision of mission coordinators.
In conjunction with the Department Administrator and Vice Chair, develops and implement strategic goals related to management of the research and quality mission of the department, program development, and related issues. Develops and coordinates new programs and oversee their management. Oversees Departments research and VBM finances.
Oversees preparation of all budgets for all research and VBM activities within the Department. Monitors these budgets regularly and reports on the financial performance throughout the year. Prepares variance reports as necessary outlining any deviation from the approved budget. Determines changes necessary to address resolution of variances.
Oversees the development of business plans for all research programs in the clinical department, including planning, analysis, marketing, and implementation.
Provides administrative support to the Vice Chair and Department Administrator on developing and monitoring workload and revenue indicators (i.e. discharges, length of stay, denials, outpatient referrals, etc.). Analyzes data and makes recommendations to the Vice Chair.
Develops strategies to ensure optimization of VBM funding and financial support.
Develops strategies for cost containment and maximization of revenues.
Coordinate with Hospital Decision Support Team to allocate and adjust departments hospital inpatient finances and costs
Manages two research coordinators, a quality assurance coordinator, and a data manager. Directs and coordinates administrative personnel to assigned tasks and projects.
Interviews and hires staff based on objective criteria; explains to employee clearly what his/her responsibilities are and the applicable performance standards.
Brings to the employees attention areas of performance of needing improvement as soon as they are recognized with a plan and a time frame for correction; identifies areas for growth as well. Implements the Schools disciplinary process in accordance with SOM guidelines.
Approaches the performance review process constructively and conducts it in accordance with Human Resources and departmental guidelines and procedures.
Continuously encourages the raising of the performance of the staff in order to achieve the best possible outcome. Serves as a mentor to the staff in the performance of their duties.
Promotes an environment conducive to shared learning.
Plans, develops, and recommends new programs for the Division. Establishes annual goals based on the goals of the Chief and the overall department and mission of the institution.
Organizes and conducts in-service sessions and implements new programs as required. Proposes and implements programs to generate additional revenue.
Submits long and short term goals to the Vice Chair and Department Administrator.
Prepares verbal or written reports periodically to service lines on status of and or changes to research objectives and initiatives.
Works collaboratively and shares necessary tools and resources to accomplish goals in accordance with the Medical Centers mission statement.
Works collaboratively with the Vice Chair and Department Administrator to create programs to increase research productivity and funding.
Liaises with other departments as requested by the Vice Chair and Department Administrator to coordinate and collaborate research activity.
Oversee the finances of the Miller Lab, the Bhama Lab, and the DiMaggio lab. Avoid deficits at all costs and maintain a breakeven P&L.
Oversees the addition of sites for IRB approval. Submit IRB proposals as necessary.
Apply for grants on behalf of the department as necessary. Secure additional grants to support research activity within the department.
Provides oversight and administrative direction for all grant management and financial activity and clinical research compliance within the department.
Oversees compliance with all funding agencies and the IRB by ensuring that information required is maintained and reported on a regular basis. Identifies and analyzes any discrepancies in order to ensure appropriate justifications are provided.
Maintain membership on the VBM Task Force.
Aid the Vice Chair in oversight of all institutional VBM initiatives. Aid the Vice Chair in oversight of system-wide supply chain management. Assist the Vice Chair in negotiating institutional contracts with vendors.
Manage internal departmental quality database. Oversee the vascular surgery and bariatrics quality databases. Maintain Pediatric and Adult NSQWIP. Maintain oversight of QIC database via Tableau reporting.
Act as an external liaison with respects to the hospital quality committee, quality reporting, dashboard reporting, and managing the monthly quality meeting.
Aid in the compilation of quality metrics and data to be used for departmental publications.
To qualify you must have a Bachelor's Degree in Business, Health Administration or related field with a minimum of 3 years of progressive supervisory experience in an academic medical center; or equivalent combination of education and experience
Master's degree in Healthcare Administration, Finance or Accounting. Previous management/supervisory experience preferred
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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