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Senior Director, Care Transformation
Leadership | MO-SSM Health Mission Hill | Saint Louis, MO | Req #: R133414

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provides strategic direction to cross-functional teams and department leaders to ensure cohesive and effective implementation of prioritized Care Transformation (CT) initiatives, overseeing the implementation and standardization of inpatient care delivery.
  • Leads the team through ongoing assessment, review and updates of procedures, processes, and workflow to produce high-quality, cost-effective delivery of products and services.
  • Uses external and internal data, projections, and modeling to improve insights about the future of health care. Identifies trends that could result in strategic opportunities for the organization.
  • Maintains coordination with Compliance to ensure that all Care Transformation initiatives comply with relevant federal and state regulations, standards, and accreditation requirements.
  • Monitors overall oversight and assists in the development, implementation, communication, and monitoring of the clinical compliance activities for the SSM CT teams.
  • Maintains collaboration with Finance to manage budget for CT initiatives to annual goals. Oversees the coordination between functions during development of CT departmental annual budget. Assists with the development and renewal of departmental contracts and vendor relations.
  • Supports planning, coordinating, and implementing strategies and key messages to drive adoption of standard leading practices, processes, technologies, or organizational structure changes. Maintains coordination with Change leaders to provide additional support to roll-out change programs and initiatives.
  • Manages team to ensure strategic initiatives are implemented, in line with standard work processes, and adequately progressing towards ministry, regional and organizational goals. Identifies and prioritizes initiatives and opportunities and measure the impact of current operations and improvement initiatives.
  • Supports the roll-out of standardized education and training programs.
  • Monitors education team in the implementation of learning programs for internal teams and ministry stakeholders to enhance professional competency including but not limited to educational assessment, planning and outcome evaluation.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION

  • Master's degree in healthcare administration, business administration, or a related field.

EXPERIENCE

  • Seven years' experience, with five years in leadership

SSM Health is a nationally recognized Catholic, not-for-profit, integrated delivery system serving the comprehensive health needs of communities in Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Wisconsin.

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