Value Analysis Manager- Procurement and Contracting- F/T Day Shift
Updated: Dec 22, 2019
Department: Procurement and Contracting
UC Title: DirectorPosition Number: 40324115Reports to: Sr. Director, SCM & OperationsWorking Title: Value Analysis ManagerCost Center: Procurement and Contracting (8421)Bargaining Unit: NoneFLSA: ExemptJob Code: 0245Date Created: 05/21/2019Shift: Day ShiftHours: 40.00
Position Summary: Incumbent will lead, direct and oversee the physician-led value analysis process, resource utilization committee and nursing standards committee. Responsible for assessing product function and cost across the clinical spend landscape utilizing cost, quality and patient outcome data to identify opportunities. Ensures development and execution of a structured approach that will maximize our application of Supply Chain data analytics and clinical evidence leading to best in class efficiency, product standardization and utilization. Drives cost reduction opportunities in collaboration with regional and system-based value management activities. Conduct Value Analysis Committee Chairman preparation and ongoing follow-up. Facilitates consensus among clinical stakeholders, determine and resolve barriers, and complete clinical product cross matches. Educates and orients client Value Analysis Team members regarding processes and their role on teams. Collaborates with multidisciplinary Value Analysis team Chairs, Champions, and Team members. Reviews clinical spend landscapes, ERP reports and new item reports to identify opportunities. Identifies utilization and waste reduction opportunities. Communicates Value Analysis activities, results and decisions throughout the enterprise. The incumbent will ensure efficient operations in each of the main areas of responsibility. Efficiency monitored through a set of KPIs by area of responsibility.
Required Qualifications: Ability to interface regularly with C-suite executives and maintain effective working relationships across the Health SystemAbility to meet and establish positive working relationships with all levels of a customer's organization, including but not limited to employees of the purchasing department, clinicians, physicians, and executive level leadersAbility to read, analyze and interpret general business documents, clinical documentation, and the ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from clinicians, physicians, executives, and vendorsAbility to work with key stakeholders and establish ongoing relationships to achieve highest level of engagement to successfully understand and deliver desired outcomesBachelor's Degree in supply chain, business administration, health care, nursing or related fieldDemonstrated ability to work across multidisciplinary teamsExcellent executive and team communication skills, both written and verbal; critical thinking, decision making, and leadership skillsExperience in analyzing healthcare processes toward improving patient outcomesMinimum eight years combined clinical experience in a procedural or critical care hospital setting with direct Value Analysis experience in an IDN or other large systemMust possess the skill, knowledge and ability essential to the successful performance of assigned dutiesStrong management experience in healthcare administration with emphasis on management of supply chain management and to include Laboratory services and regulatory compliance in assigned areasStrong planning, financial and analytical skills to provide effective leadership for assigned areas
Preferred Qualifications: Certified Value Analysis Healthcare ProfessionalDemonstrated experience with data management tools and reportingDemonstrated experience with total cost and related financial analytical techniquesExperience in a higher education procurement environment, demonstrating familiarity with procurement, small business, strategic sourcing; and the policies, regulations, and issues faced by research institutions of higher educationFamiliarity with Environmentally Preferable Purchasing, life cycle cost analysis and the incorporation of sustainability measures in supply managementKnowledge of UCI policies and proceduresKnowledge of University and medical center organizations, policies, procedures and formsLean or other process improvement certificationProfessional purchasing certification such as CPM or CPSMProject Management CertificationProven project management skills, including the ability to set project objectives, determine and address potential barriers; identify required resources/sources, identify process steps and milestones; and adjust action plans to achieve desired outcomesValue Analysis management or consulting experience in a large, operationally complex health system
Physical, Mental & Environmental Demands:To comply with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 the essential physical, mental and environmental requirements for this job are listed below. These are requirements normally expected to perform regular job duties. Incumbent must be able to successfully perform all of the functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation.
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