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Alice Peck Day Lifecare
Executive Director

The Opportunity

This is an opportunity for an experienced executive to lead, brand, and perhaps reorganize Alice Peck Day Lifecare (APD Lifecare), a senior care organization consisting of two facilities incorporating Independent Living operations, an Assisted Living business, and a sub-acute care unit.  The new Executive Director (ED) will align their operations in a way that is strategically and operationally optimal. Lifecare is affiliated with Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital in Lebanon NH, which is part of the Dartmouth Hitchcock Health (the parent of Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, the world renowned academic medical and research institution).

 

The next ED of APD Lifecare must be a capable leader both strategically and operationally, demonstrate exceptional interpersonal skills, good financial sense, and be an effective, resourceful, bona fide leader of an independent senior care business. The next ED will have the opportunity to truly create, configure, brand, and market a newly configured organization that enjoys the autonomy of being independent yet is supported by a well-respected community hospital and an affiliated world-class academic health organization.

 

The Organization

Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital (APDMH) is a 25-bed critical access hospital in Lebanon, New Hampshire, that has recently become part of Dartmouth Hitchcock Health. APDMH thrives in its own right, however it now enjoys the benefits of being part of an organization with the resources and reputation of Dartmouth Hitchcock Heath.  See www.APDMH.org.  

 

Situated on a hillside adjacent to the hospital, APD Lifecare is a supported senior community nestled in a vibrant New England setting.  See www.APDLifecare.org. APD Lifecare consists of two facilities: Harvest Hill, which is licensed for Independent and Assisted Living, and The Woodlands, which is licensed for Independent Senior living.  Both are 95 percent occupied and operating at a surplus. APD Lifecare has its own community Board of Directors and over 100 employees.  APD Lifecare operates in close affiliation with the hospital, however it is actually a separate legal entity.

 

  • Harvest Hillis an independent and assisted living retirement community located on the beautiful campus of the Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital. It is a unique place where those 62 years and older enjoy a thriving environment in peaceful surroundings; where there are nearly endless opportunities to socialize, yet privacy is valued; where independence is encouraged, yet assistance is always available.
  • The Woodlands offers spacious, luxurious apartments attended by a warm and friendly staff, dedicated to providing the highest quality of service. Their goal is to give residents the peace of mind and greatest level of flexibility possible to continue an independent lifestyle.  These state-of-the-art residences are attractive and comfortable, ranging in size from 800 sq. ft. to 2,200 sq. ft. with the finest of amenities including indoor swimming pool and spa, underground parking, fine dining, a fitness center, art and theater rooms, walking and hiking trails. 

Aviva Senior Life
Chief Operating Officer

The Opportunity

Aviva Senior Life, a Senior Living Community in Sarasota, FL associated with the Association of Jewish Aging Services, seeks a Chief Operating Officer to be part of the team that will drive its aggressive growth plans in the coming years. This is an opportunity to assume a highly visible position reporting directly to the CEO of a successful and uniquely well-positioned organization that is poised for significant growth. The Chief Operating Officer (COO) is a newly created position that will be a key driver of the organization’s growth plans.

 

The Organization

Founded in 1993, Aviva Senior Life (Aviva) is a primarily Jewish retirement community spread over 26 acres on a beautiful campus located central to many amenities. Originally developed by the Sarasota-Manatee Jewish Housing Council, Aviva offers the very best to seniors in:

  • Independent Living (the 187-unit Kobernick House)
  • Assisted Living (the 70-unit Anchin Pavilion, half of which is committed to memory care)
  • Nursing/Rehabilitation care (the 45 bed Benderson Skilled Nursing & Rehab Facility)
  • Outpatient Rehabilitation
  • Aviva 4 Life, an integrated wellness program for Seniors

Aviva enjoys a stellar reputation in the profession and with the communities it serves. It has strong support from the Sarasota/Bradenton area Jewish Community, which numbers between 18,000 and 20,000. Its culture embodies excellence and customer service, and a warm, familial setting. Most of the residents are thrilled to reside at Aviva. Its mission-driven culture is committed to quality and care of its residents, and features a “scholarship” program that covers the costs for long term residents whose assets become depleted; Aviva does not turn out to the street residents who run out of money. See www.avivaseniorlife.org.

 

A free-standing, independent, not-for-profit organization with annual revenue of about $18 million, Aviva has operated at a surplus for several consecutive years and expects to continue doing so.  Occupancy continues to be high, reflecting ongoing market need and supporting their growth plans. Aviva enjoys having a sizable endowment through its Foundation, which is primarily used to fund capital improvements. The organization has undergone significant physical renewal and upgrade in recent years, and more is scheduled.  Aviva also has its own on-site pharmacy, and employs its own full time Rabbi.  The board of Aviva is highly engaged, sophisticated, and strategic.

 

There are several unique strengths to Aviva’s current market position:

  • It is the only Jewish senior housing/skilled nursing facility in a community providing significant and generous Jewish support;
  • Located in central Sarasota, Aviva is in a rapidly growing, upscale community that is the epicenter of cultural and recreational activities for primarily affluent retirees;
  • It is the only senior care organization of its type in the area operating under arental business model, not requiring residents to make significant investments to live there;
  • The Sarasota area is one of the most rapidly “graying” areas in the country, providing Aviva with exceptional growth opportunities;
  • About half of Aviva’s 26 acres remain undeveloped, providing ample room for development of new facilities and/or services;
  • Aviva is located adjacent to a community called the Meadows, with a population of 6,000 and an average age of 72.

Aviva is now involved in or planning several operational or strategic initiatives involving the COO:

  • Housekeeping and Dining are in the process of being taken in-house from a contractor;
  • A new HRIS system is being implemented;
  • An organization-wide cultural planning effort is underway;
  • New services are being planned and/or operationalized;
  • Branding and marketing efforts will be initiated due to the organization’s new name.

While the COO is primarily an operational role, s/he is expected to be highly engaged in strategic planning and decisions.

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Executive Director, Cancer Care Services

The Executive Director (ED) of Cancer Care Services at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) is responsible for the growth and development of the three essential missions of the program, patient care, research and clinical trials, and network development. The ED will assume a critical leadership role in supporting the strategic goals and mission of Cancer Care Services to ensure continuous and excellent patient care while forging a new era of innovation and growth.

 

The Opportunity

Cancer Care Services is a large and complex enterprise which, in addition to patient care and treatment, encompasses clinical trials, research, teaching, fundraising and development. It will be an exciting challenge for an energetic and entrepreneurial leader to create a new and improved operational and financial infrastructure. Working closely with the Senior Leadership of Cancer Care Services and BIDMC, s/he will have an opportunity to enrich Cancer Care Services with current innovations in cancer center operations that will generate efficiencies across the organization. The ED will cultivate and establish relationships across the organization internally and externally and grow the network of affiliated hospitals.   Most important is the opportunity to work with a passionate group of people who are dedicated to the mission of patient-centered cancer care in one of the finest Academic Medical Centers in Boston. 

The Organization

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

A major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, BIDMC is a 682-bed, fully integrated medical center. As a national leader in patient care quality and safety, BIDMC is setting new standards in the way health data can be used to improve care and deliver services.

BIDMC was formed in 1996, through the merger of Beth Israel and New England Deaconess Hospitals. The original Beth Israel campus, now known as the East Campus, and the original New England Deaconess campus, now known as the West Campus, resides diagonally from one another across Brookline Avenue in the Longwood Medical Area. There is currently a project underway to add a new, major clinical building on the West Campus. 

Boston Medical Center HealthNet Plan
Medicare Compliance Officer
Summary 
Boston Medical Center (BMC) HealthNet is seeking a Medicare Compliance Officer. This individual will serve as the primary CMS contact for Medicare compliance and is responsible for compliance with all Medicare compliance activities and programs. 
 
The Opportunity
The Medicare Compliance Officer will have the opportunity to join a thriving, mission driven organization in a key position. Operating as a subject matter expert, s/he will have the autonomy to build a Medicare Compliance function and over time, build and develop a dedicated team of analysts. This is a unique opportunity in that the selected candidate will be exposed to opportunities for professional development during a time of significant growth and expansion of BMC HealthNet. 
 
The Organization 
Boston Medical Center (BMC) HealthNet Plan is a managed care organization founded by Boston Medical Center in 1997. Offering MassHealth (Medicaid) and ConnectorCare health insurance coverage, BMC HealthNet Plan serves more than 250,000 members statewide. The Plan offers comprehensive coverage and personal physicians who provide care for the whole family; interpreter services, a personal membership card and a 24-hour nurse advice line. It also provides additional member benefits beyond the state's coverage including: for MassHealth members, free car seats, bike helmets and manual breast pumps for nursing mothers; and for ConnectorCare members, discounts on Weight Watchers and fitness club memberships. The website can be viewed at www.bmchp.org.
 
Mission Statement 
The mission is to serve Boston Medical Center and to assist and support Boston Medical Center's mission in providing and enhancing access to effective, efficient medical care among low income, underserved, disabled, elderly and other vulnerable populations.
 
Health Plans offered by BMC HealthNet 
MassHealth
An individual health coverage plan for children and adults who qualify for free health care coverage through the state of Massachusetts’ MassHealth (Medicaid) program.
 
ConnectorCare
A Qualified Health Plan available through the Massachusetts Health Connector. Individuals who qualify will enjoy lower premiums and out of pocket expenses. 
 
Qualified Health Plan
A health insurance program available through the Massachusetts Health Connector. Qualified Health Plans make it possible for Massachusetts residents to get quality, affordable health coverage for themselves and their families. Some residents may qualify for help paying for health care. 
 
Senior Care Options 
Seniors who qualify for BMC HealthNet Plan’s Senior Care Options Plan receive all of the MassHealth Standard and Medicare benefits, prescription drug coverage PLUS member extras - at no additional costs. Since no two seniors are alike, members are assigned a personal care manager solely dedicated to the coordination and care and services. Help is provided in scheduling medical appointments, transportation and even interpreter services to ensure a seamless service to members.

Cape Cod Healthcare
Vice President, Financial Services & Revenue Cycle

Summary

Cape Cod Healthcare, located in Hyannis, Massachusetts, is recruiting a Vice President, Patient Financial Services and Revenue Cycle to lead the financial team from registration to reconciliation. This person will be a member of the Senior Leadership Team reporting to the Chief Financial Officer of the system.

 

The Opportunity

This is an opportunity for an experienced revenue cycle leader to build a management team in a progressive organization that is strong on innovation and creative thinking.  This new Vice President will have the ability to create a national model for a high performing department with a team that is eager for leadership and development. In addition, this person will be working closely with a senior team that is collegial, collaborative and visionary.

 

The Organization

Top of Form

Cape Cod Healthcare (CCHC) is the leading provider of health care services for residents and visitors of Cape Cod. It is a dynamic, fast paced, and growing organization. With more than 450 physicians, 5,300 employees and 800 volunteers, CCHC is the Cape’s main provider of acute care (two hospitals), primary care, specialty care, homecare and hospice services, skilled nursing, assisted living and rehabilitation services, Cape-based laboratory services, blood donation programs, and numerous community health programs. For more information, please visit www.capecodhealth.org.

 

Mission Statement

“To coordinate and deliver the highest quality, accessible health services, which enhance the health of all Cape Cod residents and visitors.”

 

Vision Statement

We will be the health service provider of choice for Cape Cod residents by achieving and maintaining the highest standards in healthcare delivery and service quality. To do so, we will partner with other health and human service providers as well as invest in needed medical technologies, human resources and clinical services. Above all, we will help identify and respond to the needs of our community.

 

Values Statement

To be compassionate, respectful and professional in the way we deliver care. To be relentless in pursuing the highest standard of quality through continuous improvement, emphasizing the power of teamwork.To be honest, ethical and open in all our relationships. To be responsible stewards of the community`s resources by working efficiently and cost effectively. To serve all without regard to sex, race, creed, residence, national origin, sexual orientation or ability to pay.”

 

The Department

The main operations of the revenue cycle include:

  •  Registration and admitting
  • Point of service collections
  • Insurance billing and collection
  • Underpayment and denial management
  • Patient balance collection
  • Financial and Insurance counseling
  • Collection agency oversight
  • Professional coding
  • Charge Master
  • Inpatient Coding
  • Health Information Management
  • Financial Clearance

 

Physician billing over the past 10 years has increased from $10 million to $100 million and total system revenues have increased from $600 million to almost $1 billion. Soarian is the financial operations system and eClinicalWorks will be installed as the platform for the physician practices. The department employs over 200conscientious and hardworking group of individuals, some of whom are union employees.   

 

The Position

Reporting to the SVP/Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the Vice President of Patient Financial Services & Revenue Cycle (VP) plans, implements and directs patient access, billing, and collection functions of the Cape Cod Healthcare system and hasseven direct reports. They include managers of: Physician Revenue Cycle, Operations, Medical Records, Professional and Outpatient Coding, Inpatient Coding, Charge Master Systems and Patient Access.

 

This position is responsible for leading, developing, and implementing an integrated, system-wide division, employing standardized policies and procedures to achieve established goals. The VP provides leadership, strategic direction, and coordination of staff and systems and will drive continuous improvement and transformation to achieve a high level of operational performance. The VP will reassess and define the organizational structure for integrated operations.

 

In addition, the VP will be expected to:

  • Develop and implement policies and procedures related to all aspects of the patient financial services and revenue cycle processes;
  • Manage quality through effective use of performance metrics, dashboards and integrated process review;
  • Create professional development programs and opportunities for the managerial professionals;
  • Develop and maintain a strong patient financial services and revenue cycle team through effective recruitment, talent management, and creation of a collaborative results-oriented culture with a focus on continual improvement;
  • Foster a climate in which people feel valued and are motivated to achieve best in class benchmarks;
  • Ensure compliance with external billing requirements; monitor and research regulatory changes and ensures that changes impacting medical billing are communicated to providers and staff accordingly;
  • Manage staff compliance with requirements for CMS, Joint Commission, and other regulatory bodies;
  • In conjunction with other department leaders, implement strategic and operational initiatives in Accounts Receivable management;
  • Maximize revenue and cash flows;
  • Oversee registration, eligibility, and third-party verification, billing and collections;
  • Prepare financial reports and analyses to show progress or adverse trends and makes appropriate recommendations or conclusions;
  • Develop departmental strategies to meet cash projections formulas, reduce days in Accounts Receivable, and reduce denials.

Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice
Chief Executive Officer

The Opportunity

This is an opportunity to lead a healthy, dynamic, highly-regarded organization providing quality home health, hospice, and community-based care services throughout the Lakes Region of central New Hampshire. Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice (CNHVNAH) seeks a dynamic and talented leader to succeed their well respected, recently retired CEO.  The largest VNA in the region, CNHVNAH enjoys a strong reputation among patients, families and providers, solid financial performance, excellent quality metrics, a skilled management team, loyal volunteers, and a generous core of donors.

The next CEO will lead CNHVNAH forward in a time of great change in health care, and will be the face of the organization to the many communities in the broad-reaching service area.  The organization serves residents of 46 communities of the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, an area featuring excellent quality of life, reasonable cost of living, idyllic country settings, a wide range of recreational opportunities, and easy access to the White Mountains, the seashore, Portland, ME or Boston, MA.

The Organization

The mission of Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospiceis"Promoting dignity, independence, and well-being through the delivery of quality home health, hospice and community-based care services" throughout central New Hampshire. CNHVNAHwas formed through the 2010 merger of Community Health & Hospice in Laconia, NH (founded in 1974) and the VNA & Hospice of Southern Carroll County in Wolfeboro, NH (founded in 1916).  Specifically, CNHVNAH offers Home Care (nursing and rehabilitation services in the home); Pediatric Care (direct health care, education and support services for children and families); and a comprehensive, team-based hospice program.  To learn more, visit: www.centralvna.org.

Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization licensed by the State of New Hampshire, governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees. Their primary sources of revenue are from Medicare, third party insurers, private pay, and support from many of the communities it serves. The agency is also supported by robust private and corporate donations.  CNHVNAH has an $11 million budget and about 100 employees. The culture of the organization is warm, friendly and supportive, and emphasizes education and development; at the same time, it is business-oriented, fiscally and bottom-line driven, and features thoughtful strategic planning and high accountability.

The Position

The CEO of CNHVNAH is a highly visible, externally focused position. It will require working with legislators, lobbyists, regulators, referral sources, and leadership/residents of the communities CNHVNAH serves, as well as with NH state government. The position is clearly one of strategic leadership, to best position the organization for the political, demographic, cultural, and regulatory changes ahead.  Responsibilities of the CEO are outlined below:

Mission & Values

  • Clearly articulates the organization’s mission and values to staff, community leaders, funders and colleagues.
  • Leads senior management, program managers and staff in creating a culture of clinical and operational excellence and accountability.
  • Leads and oversees the development of policies and procedures that reflect the agency’s mission and demonstrate accountability and stewardship.
  • Provides guidance and oversight to the quality improvement program and assures that opportunities for improvement are addressed and data is reported to federal entities and the Board.

 

Board Relationships:

  • Works with the Board to develop and implement strategies that allow the mission of the organization to be fully implemented.
  • Reports to the Board and provides timely and accurate information to allow the board to fulfill its role as stewards of the agency assets.
  • Guides the hoard in understanding new regulations and in acquiring the skills needed to provide sensible oversight.

Leadership

  • Serves as a visionary thinker within the organization.
  • Identifies, evaluates and implements new processes and systems that improve service value and build organizational integrity. 
  • Develops leadership skills in others through information sharing and exposure to accountable decision making.
  • Identifies, cultivates and maintains key relationships in the community that benefit the organization and the community it serves.
  • Represents the organization with affinity groups and collective projects to maintain a command of industry developments and lead the organization to success. 
  • Represents the agency in community, state wide and national programs that are consistent with the agency’s mission and positively impact the health of the community and the population the agency serves.
  • Clearly and respectfully communicates complex ideas orally and in writing to multiple audiences within the organization, the community and the state.

Operations

  • Has or develops a command of home health and hospice regulations and crafts internal operating systems that are in compliance with the regulations.
  • Oversees the Human Resource function and works with the Human Resource staff to evaluate needs and build human capital to enhance fulfillment of the agency’s mission.
  • Manages the resources within the budget and oversees the deployment of resources.
  • Oversees managers and program operations and assures that they are aligned with the mission, vision and strategic plan of the organization.
  • Interprets regulations and oversees the creation and implementation of policies and procedures that support the organization’s success within the regulatory framework.

Finances

  • Oversees the work of the CFO and assures that systems and data reporting are consistent with industry standards in conjunction with the independent auditor.
  • Assures that internal controls and related policies and procedures are in place and followed in order to manage and account for fund use and transfer.
  • Oversees development of the agency budget and assures that accurate financial reports are available to the Board on a timely basis.
  • Along with the CFO, communicates the organization’s financial position accurately to the Board and appropriate internal and external stakeholders.

Fund Development

  • Works with the Fund Development Director to craft a development plan that is consistent with the work of the agency.
  • Assures that systems, policies and procedures are in place to account for and manage the receipt of donated funds.
  • Assists the Fund Development Director in cultivating donors and development techniques within the community. 

Children's National Health System
Director of Nursing

Summary

Children’s National Health System (Children’s National) is seeking a nurse leader with pediatric experience to be the next Director of Medical Nursing. The Director of Medical Nursing will be a member of the nursing leadership team and support and model professional engagement, compassionate care, best practices, and promote professional development of the medical nursing team.

 

The Opportunity 

This position offers an opportunity to impact pediatric health care in one of the country’s top pediatric hospitals. Children’s National is continuing its cutting-edge development of innovative pediatric therapeutics and executing its strategic plan to expand its regional base to provide greater access to pediatric care throughout the region. The Director of Medical Nursing is a highly visible and important member of the Division of Nursing’s leadership team in a distinguished pediatric hospital. The Hospital has been designated and re-designated as an ANCC Magnet hospital, the highest level of recognition for nursing excellence, awarded to only seven percent of all hospitals nationally. Of this small group, an even smaller percentage are pediatric hospitals, putting Children’s National in an elite group of pediatric hospitals in the U.S.

 

Children’s National’s Division of Nursing is led by Linda Talley, MS, BSN, RN, NE-BC, whose priorities and those of her leadership team, support the advancement of pediatric nursing practice, exemplary care and communication with patients and families, the professional development of staff and the pursuit of nursing research and innovation.

 

The Organization

Founded in 1870, Children’s National Health System is ranked among the top ten pediatric hospitals in the United States by US News & World Report. The Children’s National is also the only pediatric hospital in the northeast to have been designated a Leapfrog hospital 2016.The Sheikh Zayed Campus for Advanced Children’s Medicine has a 313-bed freestanding academic pediatric medical center located in Washington, DC with 6000 employees and is the only exclusive provider of pediatric care in the Washington, DC metro area. It is also the only freestanding children’s hospital between Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Norfolk and Atlanta, with a Level I Pediatric Trauma Center, a 54-bed Level IV referral center NICU and a newly renovated 44 bed PICU. Children’s National Health System has a record of strong financial performance, including an A bond rating from Fitch and has achieved strong brand recognition regionally, nationally, and internationally.

 

Children’s National is well positioned as a referral hospital with an extensive network of primary care physicians and specialists with over 50 sites of care. The Children’s National Health Network has 1400 affiliated pediatricians with offices located throughout the region and a primary care network that includes health centers in the District and Children’s Pediatricians and Associates with offices in Maryland and the District. Children’s National also has two groups of pediatric specialists and seven Regional Outpatient Centers and an Ambulatory Surgical Center.

 

Children’s National has also been extending its reach by establishing innovative partnerships with regional health systems and has a global division with strong networks and relationships in the Middle East.

 

Children’s National has one of the leading pediatric residency programs in the country and provides residents with a strong foundation in general pediatrics training and advanced fellowship training in pediatric subspecialty care. There are 120 pediatric residents and 170 subspecialty fellows in one of the thirty ACGME fellowship programs. Children’s National is the home of pediatric medical student education for George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences.

 

The Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation was founded in 2010 with a $150M gift from the government of Abu Dhabi. The mission of the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation is to make pediatric surgery more precise, less invasive, and pain free. The Institute currently has more than 20 investigators primarily affiliated with the Institute and more than 70 technical and scientific staff, including postgraduate and graduate students and fellows. The Institute is further supported by, and has access to, more than 600 clinicians and clinician-scientists with Children’s Research Institute, the research arm of Children’s National.

 

Research at Children’s National is conducted through the Children’s Research Institute (CRI), the academic arm of Children’s National Health System. The Children’s Research Institute also oversees the educational activities and academic affairs of Children's and the Department of Pediatrics at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences.

 

Children’s National is dedicated to a “Child-Centered Vision” and mission, and its clinicians, staff and leaders promote an environment of respect, dignity and care for its patients, their families and staff.  The Values of the Division of Nursing are incorporated in all matters of clinical care, education, and research and they are:

  • Compassion
  • Commitment
  • Connection

 

For more information about Children’s National Health System. www.childrensnational.org

Community Health Center Association of Connecticut (CHCACT)
Chief Executive Officer

The Opportunity

The Community Health Center Association of Connecticut (CHCACT) seeks a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead this innovative, diverse association of 16-member health centers through a period of challenge, transition, and growth. This role provides the right leader with an unparalleled opportunity to be the voice for the state’s largest association of safety net providers and the medically underserved residents who call Connecticut’s health centers their health home. The new CEO will have access to Connecticut and federal leaders across legislative, regulatory, health, and behavioral health sectors and will be relied upon to provide creative and visionary leadership to ensure continued access to the vital services CHCACT’s members provide for the state’s most vulnerable residents. CHCACT is located in Cheshire, CT which is close to the city of New Haven, CT.

 

CHCACT and its Environment

Incorporated in 1989, CHCACT is a primary care association with a long history of innovation and service to the state’s most vulnerable residents. The association’s membership includes sixteen Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) Members, whose annual revenues range from approximately $8 million to over $58 million. In 2015, FQHCs in the state were privileged to serve 350,000 individuals, 94 percent of whom had incomes of 200 percent below the federal poverty level. CHCACT works closely with policymakers, elected officials, and residents to ensure the delivery of high quality health services and social programs available through Connecticut’s community health centers.

 

The Association also provides training and other resources to each FQHC, such as preparing for natural and other emergencies, sharing best practices and up-to-date information on state and federal policy changes.

 

Most of CHCACT’s 16-member Community Health Centers (CHC) operate multiple locations, ensuring that health care services are available in both urban and rural areas throughout the state. CHCACT offers three areas of services to health centers: advocacy, program administration, and technical assistance.

  • Advocacy– On behalf of its member health centers, CHCACT advocates for issues concerning the vitality of community health centers and their ability to serve underserved populations. These issues include providing health care to the uninsured, homeless, and other vulnerable populations who do not have a medical home. CHCACT staff give testimony at legislative public hearings and are participating with state appointed task forces to contribute to Connecticut’s future health policy plans.

 

  • Program Administration– CHCACT is the recipient and administrator of state and federal grants that fund health programs and services at the health centers. These services include case management for children and families infected or affected with HIV/AIDS and patient eligibility assistance for state and federal programs.

 

  • Technical Assistance– CHCACT staff conduct needs assessments and offer technical assistance for all facets of community health center staff operations, both clinical and administrative. CHCACT provides clinical programming and CDE accredited provider training, Board of Directors development, Community Development, and Emergency Preparedness training.

Cornell Scott-Hill Health
Practice Administrator

The Opportunity

This is an opportunity for an experienced Practice Administrator with an entrepreneurial spirit and vision to help grow sites within one of the premiere community health centers in Connecticut. Responsible for running one of the four main locations of Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center, the Practice Administrator will be an integral partner to an inspiring and motivated leadership team dedicated to providing high quality care to New Haven’s underserved communities.  This is the opportunity for a strong Practice Administrator to create something that will last a long time and potentially create a platform for industry-wide recognition in community health.

 

The Organization

Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center (CS-HHC) is a federally qualified community health center established in 1968 as a collaboration between the community and Yale School of Medicine. The first community health center in Connecticut, Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center has a long history of serving New Haven neighborhoods, which are among the most disadvantaged in the state. Today, they stand as a leader and significant provider in community healthcare, offering state-of-the-art integrated care throughout New Haven County.  The Mission of Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center is to measurably improve the health and well-being of the communities they serve by providing excellent and compassionate care, accessible to all. For more information, please visit http://www.cornellscott.org/.

 

With a budget of $60 million, CS-HHC has over 500 employees and serves over 36,000 patients throughout the greater New Haven and Lower Naugatuck Valley areas each year. Today, they have nineteen locations throughout New Haven County including New Haven, West Haven, Ansonia and Derby. They also have five school-based health centers in New Haven and recently opened partner care sites at the Connecticut Mental Health Center and Gateway Community College. With a strong leadership team in place, CS-HHC is financially stable and has been profitable in recent years. They are poised for significant growth over the next three to five years.

 

A former winner of the Johnson & Johnson Crystal Award, the Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center continues to achieve significant progress in the field of community health. They provide comprehensive primary care, behavioral healthcare and dental services, as well as several special programs. These programs include, but are not limited to:

  •  Birth-to-Three services for children with developmental delay
  • HIV/AIDS education and outreach to at-risk populations
  • 29 bed alcohol and drug detoxification program
  • 44 bed transitional shelter for homeless men
  • Outreach to homeless individuals and families
  • Diabetes prevention and education
  • Perinatal case management
  • School-based health centers
  • A child and family guidance clinic

Services and Programs Offered:

Primary Medical Care:

  • Adult Medicine
  • Dental
  • Obstetrics/Gynecology
  • Pediatrics

Specialty Medical Care

  • Audiology
  • Cardiology
  • Clinical Pharmacy
  • Dermatology
  • Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT)
  • Eye Clinic (Ophthalmology)
  • Gastroenterology
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Mammography
  • Neurology
  • Orthopedics
  • Perinatal Services
  • Podiatry
  • Rheumatology
  • Speech Pathology
  • Urology

Behavioral Health Services

  • Adult Mental Health Services
  • Child and Family Guidance Clinics
  • Early Stimulation/Birth to Three
  • Grant Street Partnership (Substance Abuse Treatment)
  • South Central Rehabilitation Center (Integrated Treatment Programs)
  • Village of POWER (Recovery and Empowerment for Women) 

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Senior Vice President, Clinical Operations

Summary

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) is seeking a Senior Vice President of Clinical Operations, who is an experienced executive leader, with the personal qualities, skills and experience required of an operations leader and the capacity to contribute equally effectively to the strategic needs of a nationally renowned Cancer Institute. DFCI is rapidly expanding its ambulatory network, continuing its pioneering scientific and clinical discoveries and solutions, and caring for DFCI inpatients at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Boston Children’s. This strategy to distribute its clinical resources to a broader geography will expand its concept of what constitutes a DFCI network site. It will be essential to develop updated metrics to measure and ensure the same standards of care and access to clinical trials across all sites.

 

This Senior Vice President of Clinical Operations is a new role and will report to the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. The SVP will be part of the senior clinical operations team that will become a triad with the appointment of the SVP. The triad includes the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and the SVP for Patient Care Services/Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) and the SVP of Clinical Operations (SVP).

 

The SVP is accountable for Adult Ambulatory Clinical Operations, the Disease Centers Operations, the Satellite Clinical Operations, Stem Cell and Cell Therapies Operations and Adult Inpatient Operations.The DFCI system of care includes the sites under the DFCI license: Longwood Adult and Pediatric Ambulatory Services; thirty DFCI-licensed inpatient beds at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH); four DFCI licensed hospital-based Satellites and two new sites underway; and three physician practice sites undergoing conversion to licensed hospital-based Satellites. Pediatric inpatient oncology patients are admitted to Boston’s Children’s Hospital (BCH) and the two hospitals have jointly appointed a senior nurse leader, who oversees the DFCI pediatric patients. The SVP with the CMO and CNO, in collaboration with colleagues at BWH and BCH, is responsible for ensuring a consistent high level of quality cancer care delivered to DFCI patients. The incoming leader will advance the integration of patient care operations in each health care site and among all the delivery sites of care.

All three institutions are Harvard Medical School (HMS) teaching affiliates. DFCI is the only hospital ranked in the top four nationally by U.S. News and World Report in both adult and pediatric cancer care.

 

DFCI and its two hospital partners have been recognized for their shared devotion to exceptional patient/family centered practices as reflected in successive ANCC Magnet Program designations and re-designations. DFCI clinical professionals share a deep commitment to the integration of innovation, science and caring practices. Together, they seek to advance academic adult and pediatric oncology care delivery, research, and educational missions to improve health and healthcare for DFCI oncology patients and families.

 

The SVP will partner with exceptional clinical and executive leaders in oncology care in the Longwood academic medical campuses and will be accountable for cultivating and maintaining these relationships. The SVP will ensure that the quality of care, the efficiency of care and cost of care is managed effectively. With the CMO and the SVP/CNO, this new leader will assure that the clinical practice across all sites is well integrated, consistent and accessible. The patient and family experience will continue to be an overarching priority.

 

The incoming leader will advance the integration of patient care operations through all the sites of DFCI care on campus and off campus. The SVP will extend the focus on the continuous improvement of quality and coast and promoting the “systemness” of DFCI care delivery.

The Opportunity

The Senior Vice President, Clinical Operations is the senior executive responsible for establishing and implementing the integration of the operations of clinical services at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.The SVP reports to the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. The new leader will be part of the leadership triad with the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and the SVP/Chief Nursing Officer (CNO). The SVP will partner with both to ensure effective patient care operations at the Institute through aligned values, accountabilities, and incentives. The SVP, a member of the DFCI Executive Management Group (EMG), will be a thought leader and a participant in the development and evolution of the organization’s future planning process. S/He will be the administrative leader, who partners with the CMO and CNO in patient care operations at the highest levels of DFCI and will ensure the integration of business processes and operations to support the next evolution of patient and family-centered collaboration.

 

Within a highly matrixed organization and complex network, the SVP establishes and maintains business relationships with key leaders at DFCI and Brigham & Women’s Hospital. The priority is to ensure seamless operations that support the patient experience and delivery of the highest level of patient care, and works with the network strategy team to assess and plan for expanded clinical operations.

 

The DFCI is a world leader in basic and clinical research, training and application of advanced diagnostic and treatment methods relating to cancer. Founded in 1947 by Sidney Farber, MD, today DFCI employs nearly 5,000 people supporting more than 300,000 patient visits a year, is involved in some 700 clinical trials, and is internationally renowned for its blending of research and clinical excellence. DFCI’s expertise in these two aspects of the fight against cancer uniquely positions it to develop and test the next generation of cancer therapies in both the laboratory and the clinic. See www.danafarber.org

Dimock Community Health Center
Chief of Integrated Operations

Summary

Dimock Community Health Center (Dimock) is recruiting a Chief of Integrated Operations in a newly developed position. This leader will be a key driver of the health center’s strategic plans and will be able to help design, develop and implement operational infrastructure to support current functions and anticipated growth.

Opportunity

This is an opportunity for an established leader to join one of the most prestigious community health centers in the State, working collaboratively with a high performing team of mission driven professionals.  This person will have the support to assess the current operations, design and implement change and have a significant and critical leadership role in healthcare reform. This is a legacy creating position for a creative, motivated and mission driven individual.

Organization

History

The Dimock Center was founded on July 1, 1862 by Dr. Marie Zakrzewska as the New England Hospital for Women and Children. (It opened as a hospital of ten beds in a small wooden building on Pleasant Street) Dimock was the first hospital in New England opened and operated by women for women, and only the second in the country. Please visit www.dimockcenter.org

Noted prominently for its role in the history of women in medicine, Dimock became a leader in American healthcare. It was the only hospital in New England that combined medical, surgical, obstetrical, and pediatric services in a single institution. The Dimock Center was the first hospital in the country to establish a school for nurses and graduated America’s first trained nurse and the country’s first black nurse in 1879.

The original choice of the Roxbury campus site was motivated by the comparatively low cost of land, the clear air and quiet of a country location. Situated on a nine-acre site that includes nine buildings constructed over a fifty-eight-year period (from 1872 to 1930), The Dimock Center campus was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985, designated as a National Landmark in 1991, and selected as a Boston Historical Landmark in 1995.

In 1969, in response to community needs, The New England Hospital became “Dimock Community Health Center,” a nonprofit, minority-directed, community-based organization that provides an integrated continuum of health and human services to some of Boston’s neediest neighborhoods.

New England Neurological Associates, PC
Chief Executive Officer

The Opportunity

This is an opportunity to lead a well-respected, highly successful multi-disciplinary neuroscience practice that includes seven Merrimack Valley locations in northeastern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire.  Founded in 1969, New England Neurological Associates (NENA) is an independent, for-profit organization that provides a wide range of sophisticated surgical and non-surgical services to Merrimack Valley residents. Well run for many years, NENA seeks a CEO to provide strategic and operational leadership in a rapidly changing health care environment.

The Organization

New England Neurological Associates, P.C. is a multi-disciplinary neuroscience practice which includes neurosurgery, neurology, spine surgery, pediatric neurology, physical medicine, rheumatology, rehabilitation, pain medicine, neuro-behavioral medicine, and diagnostic testing. NENA’s service area includes southern New Hampshire, eastern Massachusetts, and southern Maine.  Well known for clinical excellence, NENA has over 35 providersand has demonstrated steady growth over the years.

As one of the largest private neuroscience medical practices in the eastern United States, NENA’s vision is to be a model of excellence and innovation. NENA will continue to pursue attractive growth opportunities that maintain and enhance thisvision.  Clinically progressive and committed to the use of advanced technologies, NENA offers a tertiary level of care to patients in a community setting.

NENA is distinguished by its trusting, warm, and familial environment. Many of its physicians and employees have been with the organization for many years, and the current CEO will be retiring. NENA is a well-run organization with strong financial discipline and controls, and excellent leadership/management.  For more information see www.NENeuro.com

The Position

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the next CEO of NENA will lead a dynamic and highly successful organization. S/he will bring a broad perspective and familiarity with the industry to help the organization navigate the changing healthcare landscape in the competitive and complex Merrimack Valley.

The position offers  a great deal of autonomy in directing all aspects of the organization: clinical, financial, strategic and operational, as well as physical infrastructure.  The new CEO will guide NENA to the next level, effectively leading transformation while avoiding adverse disruption. Among the important areas, the new CEO must address:

  •  Leading development and execution of an organization-wide strategic plan that will enable NENA to remain independent and successful in the dynamic and increasingly complex health care environment.
  • Maintaining the warm, trusting, familial culture as NENA grows and increasesin complexity.
  • Developing marketing and branding strategies to succeed in an increasingly competitive environment.
  • Recruiting and retaining highly skilled physicians and other clinicians in order to meet the demands of the community. 

South Cove Manor of Quincy Point
Chief Executive Officer

The Opportunity

South Cove Manor at Quincy Point, one of the most highly rated nursing and rehabilitation communities in Massachusetts, seeks an accomplished and innovative Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead the organization through its next phase of development. This is an opportunity for an entrepreneurial leader to broaden the reach of South Cove Manor’s exceptional new short-term rehabilitation unit, and diversify activities that fulfill South Cove Manor’s mission of providing the highest quality of individualized care and service to its patients and residents in a culturally sensitive manner.   

 

The Organization

Founded in 1985, South Cove Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Inc. (d/b/a South Cove Manor at Quincy Point) is a nonprofit 141-bed nursing and rehabilitation center in Quincy, Massachusetts. In May of 2014, it moved from its original home in Chinatown to a newly constructed, state-of-the-art building which expanded its capacity for rehabilitation services and enables South Cove to implement a more person-centered approach to care, inspired by the Small-House model. Started as a facility serving a primarily Asian population, South Cove is expanding its demographic reach, particularly in the short-term rehabilitation space.  

 

South Cove has received a consistent Five-Star rating from the Federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, and 20 of 23 perfect surveys from the MA Department of Public Health. It has a highly dedicated staff, a committed board, and a record of balanced budgets and fiscal conservatism. 

 

In addition to the President and CEO, South Cove employs 230 full and part-time employees, including a senior management team consisting of an Administrator, Director of Finance, HR Director, Director of Quality, and Director of Nursing. More information can be found at www.SouthCoveManor.org

 

The Position

The President and CEO is responsible for the overall operation and delivery of care, short and long-range planning, and the successful stewardship of physical, financial, and human resources. The position reports to the Board of Directors, and with the support of and in partnership with the Board, ensures the fulfillment of the mission and the ongoing financial and programmatic health of the organization. The next CEO must be highly visible, and build effective relationships with residents, families, staff, and Board members. Key priorities include:

  • Fully implementing South Cove’s vision for a more individualized care delivery model
  • Building and diversifying the rehabilitation patient population served
  • Ensuring ongoing financial stability and sustainability while serving a high percentage of low and moderate-income residents
  • Building South Cove’s brand as a leader in high quality nursing and rehabilitation care, and a leader in culturally sensitive care
  • Helping to set the course for South Cove’s future direction

 

Specific duties include the following:

Leadership and Management

  • In collaboration with the Board, and in consultation with the senior management team, establish and implement strategic priorities.
  • Stay abreast of industry trends and the competitive environment, and use them to develop strategies and solutions to ensure success in this changing health care environment.
  • Provide effective management of the senior leadership team, building cohesiveness and ensuring clear communications.
  • Oversee all operations, and ensure compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements.
  • Serve as a visible and inspirational leader to the entire staff.

 

Resident Care and Quality

  • Oversee South Cove’s goal/mission to becoming a truly resident-centric organization.
  • Ensure that residents have a safe and secure environment. 
  • Maintain a five-star rating and achieve a ‘no harm’ deficiency rating in the state survey.

 

Financial Stewardship

  • Oversee the preparation of annual budgets that support operating priorities; oversee budget forecasting and cash management; monitor throughout the year to ensure a balanced budget. 
  • Monitor the investment fund.
  • Ensure timely and accurate billing and accounting systems, controls and reporting.
  • Establish clear direction for the near and long-term future of SCM regarding target populations, case-mix, and reimbursement strategies.
  • Build upon South Cove’s recent $3 million capital campaign to develop an ongoing fundraising and development function.

 

Communications and External Relations

  • Serve as the primary spokesperson for South Cove Manor.
  • Ensure a strong community presence and outreach to the Asian community, the local community in general, public officials, business community, and medical/senior care providers.
  • Oversee marketing efforts to build our brand and promote referrals.

 

Board and Governance

  • Work closely with the Board of Directors; provide timely and accurate information needed for decision-making and fiduciary oversight.
  • Advise the Board in the development of recommendations.
  • Serve as an ex officio, non-voting member of Board committees including the Executive, Finance, Investment, Compliance Audit Risk, HR/Compensation, Nominating and Governance, Facilities and Security, and Quality and Safety Committees.

Steward Medical Group
Vice President, Finance

The Opportunity

This is an opportunity to assume a key financial leadership role in a rapidly growing multi-specialty group practice that is part of a for-profit system.  Presently over 1,000 providers make up the Steward Medical Group, and the anticipation is that this will increase significantly in the coming years with the acquisition of hospitals and physician practices across the country.

The Organization

Steward Health Care System, headquartered in Boston, MA, is a community-based accountable care organization and community hospital network that is comprised of 17 hospitals in four states. Steward Health Care System employs more than 22,000 people and serves approximately two million patients annually.  Significant growth is anticipated in the future.

Steward Medical Group (SMG), Inc. is a multi-specialty group practice with over 3,000 employees including over 1,000 physicians and advanced practitioners. SMG operates approximately 300 practice locations throughout Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida, and treats over 2.5 million patients each year in an outpatient setting.  SMG generates approximately $500 million in patient service revenue annually.

Steward Medical Group is largely composed of competent, hard-working high performers. SMG’s culture features reward and recognition for hard work and achievement of results. Those thriving at Steward tend to have strong initiative and be resourceful, results driven, skilled multi-taskers and action oriented.    

The Jewish Home of Eastern Pennsylvania
Chief Executive Officer
The Opportunity
This is an exceptional opportunity to lead into the future a faith-based, not-for-profit, independent organization with an excellent reputation. The Jewish Home of Eastern Pennsylvania serves a Northeastern PA region including Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, and Clarks Summit.  The Jewish Home is in a strong financial condition, and has an engaged, sophisticated, and supportive board.  The opening arises from the upcoming retirement of the CEO who has successfully led The Jewish Home of Eastern Pennsylvania for 38 years.  The next CEO of The Jewish Home must be a versatile leader who understands the dynamics of the rapidly changing health care sector, who is a strategic visionary and can also lead a capable management team in day-to-day operations. 
 
The Organization
Founded in 1916, The Jewish Home of Eastern Pennsylvania (JHEP) is a warm and inviting senior community that has earned a reputation as the region's premier provider of short-term rehabilitation, long-term skilled nursing care, and Alzheimer's care for older adults.  JHEP welcomes people of all faiths to their community.  The Jewish Home offers engaging social activities, entertainment, full-service dining, beauty salon, a family room for private celebrations, and landscaped patio with gorgeous views of the downtown area. See www.jhep.org.  
 
The Jewish Home features:
  • 173 beds
  • About 235 employees, some unionized
  • Diversity in its resident population, with 15-18 percent being Jewish
  • An operating budget of $14 million annually 
  • Liquid assets for The Jewish Home and its Foundation total about $38 million 
  • Annual philanthropic gifts of about $200,000
  • Many long-term employees and a sophisticated, engaged volunteer Board of Directors who represent different communities in the region served by The Jewish Home
  • A Jewish community that has strong infrastructure and resources for those choosing to live a Jewish life
  • Being situated in a vibrant, low-cost-of-living environment featuring many cultural and recreational resources and easy access both to several urban hubs and to rural locations 
 
The Position 
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the next CEO of JHEP must be a bona fide leader who will guide The Jewish Home through the rapidly changing and highly competitive health care sector in the region.  This entails building relationships with leaders of the many communities engaged with The Jewish Home: the Northeastern Pennsylvania business and political communities, the regional Jewish community organizations and constituents, residents and their families, and the health care sector/referral sources in Northeastern Pennsylvania.  The next CEO of JHEP must be marketing-savvy and understand how to position, brand, and market the organization in a highly competitive market, by using internet marketing and building the brand through social media.
 
The position requires someone with high emotional intelligence, exceptional people skills, familiarity with fundraising, and an appreciation for Jewish culture and values.  Understanding of reimbursement mechanisms and the financial dynamics at play in the current health care world are essential.  The CEO will be the strategic link between The Jewish Home and its sister organizations, Elan Gardens (assisted living) and Webster Towers (independent living), which are run separately but supported by the same Foundation.

Trinity Health/Loyola University Health System
Regional Manager, Total Rewards

Summary

Trinity Health

Trinity Health is seeking a Regional Manager, Total Rewards for the Illinois Region.

 

Reporting directly to the Senior Vice President & Regional Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), the Regional Manager, Total Rewards (RMTR) will direct and oversee all Benefits and Compensation across the region serving Loyola University Medical Center, Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, as well as, Mercy Hospital and Medical Center Chicago (Mercy).

 

The Opportunity

The Regional Manager will provide oversight, technical leadership and guidance by collaborating with Regional CHRO and local business leaders with a dual report to the Trinity Total Rewards System Office. S/he will identify and address the local operational business needs for Total Rewards within a large system and region and will assume responsibility for aligning the Trinity Health Total Rewards programs with local strategic business objectives and needs.

 

The Regional Manager will partner with Trinity Health (TH) Functional Leaders and, in concert with fellow Rewards Integration Leaders, develop and implement enhanced Compensation and Benefit programs to standardize across Trinity Health and meet the local business needs. S/he will be a subject matter expert in Benefits and possess a comprehensive working knowledge of Total Rewards. The Regional Manager must possess analytical, investigative, interpolative and evaluative skills. S/he be adept at integrating and coordinating findings to ensure a consistent and standardized Total Rewards program across the Illinois region and in alignment with Trinity Health. The Regional Manager must possess exceptional communication and presentation skills with experience at all levels of the organization.

 

Trinity Health Illinois Region

Trinity Health is one of the largest multi-institutional Catholic healthcare delivery systems in the nation. It serves people and communities in 22 states from coast to coast with 93 hospitals and 120 continuing care locations – including home care, hospice, PACE and senior living facilities – that provide nearly 2.5 million visits annually. The organization was formed in May 2013, when Trinity Health and Catholic Health East officially came together to strengthen their shared mission, increase excellence in care and advance transformative efforts with a unified voice. With annual operating revenues of $15.9 billion and assets of $23.4 billion, the new organization returns almost $1 billion to its communities annually in the form of charity care and other community benefit programs. Trinity Health employs 97,000 full-time colleagues. Mercy Hospital & Medical Center and Loyola University Health System (LUHS), which includes Gottlieb, represent the Trinity Illinois region. Mercy Medical Center reports through the Trinity Health Illinois Region.

 

Loyola University Medical Center

Loyola University Medical Center (LUMC) is a 547-licensed bed quaternary care system on a 61-acre campus that includes the Center for Heart & Vascular Medicine, the Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center, a Level 1 trauma center, a burn center, a children's hospital and Loyola Outpatient Center. LUMC also has a large network of ambulatory locations offering primary and specialty care services throughout Cook, Will and DuPage counties. Today, LUMC employs over 6,000 colleagues and has 760 physicians on its medical staff.

Gottlieb Memorial Hospital

Gottlieb Memorial Hospital (GMH) is a community hospital with 254 licensed beds on a 36-acre campus. GMH features a Professional Office Building with 150 private practice clinics, an adult day care program, the Gottlieb Center for Fitness, the Loyola Center for Metabolic Surgery and Bariatric Care and the Loyola Cancer Care & Research at the Marjorie G. Weinberg Cancer Center at Melrose Park. Today, Gottlieb employs more than a thousand colleagues and has 500 physicians on its medical staff.

 

Mercy Hospital & Medical Center

Mercy Hospital & Medical Center is a 416-licensed bed hospital located on the south side of Chicago. Mercy is a Level 2 E Perinatal Facility, complete with a comprehensive network including one of the nation’s leading Heart & Vascular Centers, eleven auxiliary care facilities, MercyWorks occupational health program and two school-based health centers in Wendell Phillips and Dunbar Vocational Career Academies. Mercy employs 500 employed and staff physicians. 

Tufts Medical Center & Tufts University School of Medicine
Chair of Dermatology
Tufts Medical Center (Tufts MC) and the Tufts School of Medicine (TUSM) have initiated a search for the Chair of Dermatology. The best candidate will be an academic physician executive who brings a reputation as an outstanding clinician and teacher, known for leadership, clinical innovation and academic excellence. The new Chair will have the critical organizational and management skills required to lead a department in a major tertiary medical center.
 
As leader of the Department of Dermatology, the Chair will report to the CEO of the Tufts Physicians Organization, the CEO of the Tufts Medical Center, and the Dean of the Tufts University School of Medicine. This organizational arrangement reflects the value and standing of the Department of Dermatology at the Tufts MC and the TUSM.
 
The Tufts MC and the Dermatology faculty is committed to sustaining a long tradition of clinical excellence and teaching. Clinical research is an important function, as is the continued growth of its successful clinical trials program. S/he will contribute, as a Chair and physician-executive, to establishing effective new ways to achieve outstanding clinical performance and high-value clinical services in this time of extraordinary change in healthcare. This individual will be an academic dermatologist, who is an exemplary clinician, educator and scholar. The Chair will advance the institutions’ mission to contribute to advancing new and innovative treatments and for recruiting faculty who are committed to clinical care, teaching and academic rigor. S/he must be an effective administrator, with management experience and leadership capability demonstrated by accomplishments in an academic healthcare enterprise. Moreover, s/he must have demonstrated a passion for embracing change and leading others to achieve goals consistent with the mission and values of the Tufts MC.

UMass Memorial Medical Center
Director of Pre-Surgical Evaluation
University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center seeks a Director of Pre-Surgical Evaluation. Reporting to the Senior Director of Perioperative Services, the Director of Pre-Surgical Evaluation (DPSE) will oversee Pre-Surgical Evaluation (PSE) services for the surgical practices at UMass Memorial Medical Center’s (UMMMC) three campuses: University Campus; Memorial Campus; and the Hahnemann Campus for ambulatory surgery. UMMMC is the hospital partner of the University of Massachusetts Medical School, a top-ranked academic medical center, and the largest provider of healthcare services in Central New England.
 
 
This is a unique opportunity for an advanced practitioner, an NP or PA, to advance his/her career by moving into an administrative leadership position with significant responsibilities and far-reaching impact. The DPSE will oversee the work of a new team practicing in a highly regarded new model of care in perioperative services based on the sophisticated skills of advanced practitioners, including 17 APRNs and a total of 37 FTEs, who are responsible for medical reconciliation, history and physicals, preparedness, assessment and documentation, patient education, and scheduling. This is an exciting and promising time to join UMMMC as the medical center is investing in employee development and embracing new processes to ensure coordination and alignment to increase patient safety, quality, patient satisfaction and caregiver engagement to support innovation, education and enhanced value.

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