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Experience Experience
07/2014 present
Philadelphia, PA
Senior Administrative Director
Philadelphia, PA
Senior Administrative Director
07/2014 present
Philadelphia, PA
Senior Administrative Director
07/2014 present
  • Provides managerial and administrative oversight of all physician extenders assigned to the division
  • Participates in monitoring and evaluating a program's inception and performance, and routinely monitors performance per volumes, referrals and trends
  • Assists in developing and maintaining objectives, policies and procedures to ensure the efficient operation of the department/division
  • Assists in the preparation and monitoring of annual budgets - operational, personnel and capital
  • Hires, trains, disciplines and supervises staff. Evaluates performance and ensures efficiency in their roles. Completes appraisals on a timely basis
  • Reviewing comprehensiveness of programs on an ongoing basis and develops strategies for program adaptation to market changes
  • Coordinates administrative functions. Plans and supports program development of the department/ division across both North Shore University Hospital and LIJ
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Boston, MA
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Boston, MA
Administrative Director, Humccp
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Boston, MA
Administrative Director, Humccp
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  • Provides information relative to cost management and expense control to senior management
  • Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with patients, medical staff, and the community
  • Works collaboratively with Administrative Director on operationalizing new practices for HUMCCP
  • Works closely with all operating functions of the organization to ensure continuity of programming and services
  • Recruits, hires and supervises competent division, community and department management
  • Adheres to the standards identified in the Medical Center's Organizational & Managerial Competencies
  • Participates in developing community outreach programs
02/2002 02/2007
Boston, MA
Administrative Director
Boston, MA
Administrative Director
02/2002 02/2007
Boston, MA
Administrative Director
02/2002 02/2007
  • Identifies and evaluates mechanisms to improve costs, distribution of work among staff, and work schedules. Makes recommendations to Chief/Executive Director
  • Assist in coordination and management of the development of brochures for SHS programs
  • Oversees expense (rent, telephones, staffing, etc.) management issues; Performs comparative analyses; Develops and implements strategies for cost containment
  • Provides guidance to faculty and administrative leaders about personnel decisions and actions including training, performance management, and terminations
  • Design, development and management of assess management process
  • Establishes and effectively manages relationships with critical, high profile prospects
  • Work with Disease Center leadership to develop and implement strategic plans and goals
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration
Portland State University
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration
Skills Skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Interpersonal/communication: Excellent interpersonal/communications skills and a good command of English language, including medical and scientific terminology
  • Safety/Compliance: Knowledge in all aspects of safety and ability to ensure a safe environment for patients, staff and laboratory subjects
  • Demonstrate strong knowledge in Microsoft Office software including MS Project, MS Visio, Word, Excel, and Access
  • Demonstrate strong knowledge of system development methodology, project methodology and analytical/problem solving skills
  • Solid teamwork and interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively communicate with customers, employees, and senior management
  • Serves as a lead development professional, working with donors capable of making very significant contributions
  • Ability to focus detailed, concentrated effort to multiple projects and re-establish priorities as necessary
  • 11) Ability to manage multiple, competing priorities within the context of a complex and large organization; ability to operate in a matrixed environment
  • Ability to represent the Hospital professionally to outside and/or customer contacts
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Administrative Director of Imaging Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • 5+ years of experience in Imaging Services/Radiology Department from an acute care hospital
  • 3-5 of those years in a supervisory or management position
  • Proficient in all radiologic testing equipment
  • Working knowledge of radiographic rooms
  • Current knowledge in all aspects of diagnostic imaging
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills and be a people person who works well with subordinates
  • Valid NYS DOH Radiologic Technologist License
  • ACR advanced Certification (R,M, CT,MRI)
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) $
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • 5+ of Acute Care Nursing experience in a Behavioral Health setting; 5+ years of experience in a Leadership position
  • Master's Degree in Nursing
  • Experience in the following areas: Psych, Emergency Room, Chemical Dependency, and Behavioral Health
  • Prior large-scale budgeting experience
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Senior Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • RN, NP or PA
  • 7+ years of progressive experience in solid organ transplantation
  • Extensive knowledge of the health care marketplace
  • Financial analysis, current reimbursement issues, budgets, and operational analysis experience
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Senior Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Directs comprehensive administrative, financial, academic and research programs, projects and functions, through subordinate managers, supervisors and professional staff. Oversees administration, budget, finance, , strategic planning and faculty/staff/student relations and records functions. Reports directly to the Sr. Associate Dean & Chief Operating Officer of the Keck School of Medicine of USC. (5%)
  • Directs budget and financial activities for operations, endowments, contracts and grants, etc., through business office and financial professional staff. Makes major budgetary and resource allocation decisions. Approves all expenditures and ensures the generation of detailed financial reports. Analyzes financial data for trends and develops forecasts. Advises faculty and/or staff regarding budget preparation. Apprises dean, KSOM COOof funded and pending proposals and financial status. (5%)
  • Acts as Senior Business Officer with responsibility for determining that strong internal controls are implemented. Examples of control areas include maintaining and reviewing receipts, procurement, disbursements, and payroll. With respect to procurement, whether by use of procurement cards, paperless requisitions, paper purchase orders, internal requisitions, or USC debit cards, the SBO should determine that there is an appropriate segregation of duties so that goods or services which are procured are reviewed and reconciled monthly to Account Status Reports by someone other than the individual initiating the transaction and by some that does not report to the individual initiating the transaction. This reconciliation process must include obtaining and retaining original receipts and/or invoices for business-related expenses. (70%)
  • Develops and oversees implementation of internal policies covering administration, finance, safety, etc., ensuring compatibility with university policies. Interprets applicable laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Ensures school or administrative division compliance and approves and necessary exceptions. (2%)
  • Oversees payroll and personnel functions, including affirmative action, employment, compensation, benefits and employee relations through subordinate managers. Oversees performance appraisal process and remains informed of any disciplinary actions required. Determines organizational structures, reporting relationships and short and long- term staffing needs. (1%)
  • Directs the development, enhancement and maintenance of information systems through subordinate computing management to support operations. Ensures that internal systems complement university-wide systems and that information is reconciled on a regular basis. (2%)
  • Develops and maintains an effective communication program within the school or administrative division. Ensures the timely reciprocal exchange of information among top management, faculty and staff. (5%)
  • Resolves issues and requests referred to the office of the dean, by faculty, staff or students. Meets with concerned parties to discuss requests or complaints and determines best course of action for effective resolution. (3%)
  • Establishes and maintains appropriate network of professional contacts. Remains current through professional organizations and publications. Attends meetings, seminars and conferences; makes formal presentations. (2%)
  • Develops and implements security related procedures such as office opening and closing routines, recognition of duress signals and key controls. Coordinates security activities with university public safety department. Promotes and maintains standards for security conscious awareness and behavior. Maintains knowledge of university’s crime prevention and suppression programs and services. Ensures dissemination of security related information to staff. (5%)
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • 5+ years of relevant working experience
  • Experience in Budgeting and Accounting
  • Demonstrated skills in Public Relations and Data Management
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Directs administration of school operations through subordinate managers and supervisors. May include developing short and long term plans, analyzing and implementing programs to improve department operations, developing and managing electronic information systems, ensuring department’s conformity to university policies, resolving complex departmental problems referred by other managers
  • Administers personnel functions for dean’s office. Ensures security and confidentiality of faculty and staff records. Oversees faculty and staff recruitment, staff development, career succession planning, faculty benefits program (including sabbatical leaves). Reviews all proposed departmental staff changes and approves/denies, or refers to dean with recommendations for action
  • Monitors status of department programs and projects, as assigned by dean, from development and implementation through completion. Apprises dean of progress toward and attainment of department goals
  • Develops and manages special department projects on behalf of the dean. Forms ad hoc committees and monitors progress toward completion of assigned tasks
  • Coordinates integrated department planning processes, including architectural, budget, contingency, disaster, growth, policy, program/project, safety, space, staff and/or strategic planning
  • Reviews contracts and other legal documents and coordinates execution of same. Liaises with university Counsel concerning all legal matters affecting department. Represents dean in legal matters, as assigned
  • Oversees administration of all department contracts and grants. Ensures that all requirements are fulfilled correctly and on schedule
  • Develops and maintains effective communications program within department. Ensures timely reciprocal exchange of information between dean and staff
  • Develops and implements security related procedures such as office opening and closing routines, recognition of duress signals and key controls. Coordinates security activities with university public safety department. Promotes and maintains standards for security conscious awareness and behavior. Maintains knowledge of university’s crime prevention and suppression programs and services. Ensures dissemination of security related information to staff
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Laboratory Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • 5+ years of Management experience in a Clinical Laboratory
  • Bachelor's Degree in Medical Technology
  • NYS Medical Technologist license
  • Familiar with NY State regulations
  • Experience doing CAP inspections, Budget/Finance, and interactions with other hospitals
  • Graduate studies in Business Administration or Health Care Management
  • Experience in a Hospital-based setting
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor's Degree in Nursing, Microbiology, or Health-related field
  • 4 years of clinically oriented hospital experience
  • 5+ years' experience in acute care Infection Control
  • Prior experience with The Joint Commission Surveys and infection prevention control standards
  • Working knowledge of federal, state and regional requirements
  • Prior management experience and ability to effectively direct people and projects
  • Certification in Infection Control
  • Proven, demonstrated knowledge of epidemiological methods, and of existing and emerging regulations and guidelines specific to the protection of patients and staff from preventable infection
  • Current NYS licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Respect for the rights, differences, and dignity of others
  • Honesty and integrity in dealing with all members of the community
  • Accountability for personal behavior
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Organization, time management, detail oriented
  • Successful completion of a full course of study in an accredited college or university leading to a master's or higher degree or 10 years financial or administrative support experience; OR appropriate combination of education and experience
  • 5 years research administration experience
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Administrative Director, Laboratory Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Accepts responsibility for membership in the laboratory management team as evidenced by raising problems and issues and proposed solutions in a timely manner and through appropriate channels
  • Actively participates on all assigned committees as indicated by meeting minutes and timely completion of assigned projects
  • Works cooperatively and collaboratively with others to deliver the most efficient services and resolve problems as observed and documented
  • Bachelors Degree or equivalent in Medial Laboratory Science
  • 5-7 years of supervisory experience; management experience preferred
  • Excellent interpersonal and analytical skills
  • Experience in computer based applications
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Leadership/Chief of Staff
  • Advanced Degree, MBA, MS, MPH, MPP Preferred
  • Management and leadership experience in academic and/or government agencies and/or industry
  • Expertise in administrative, operational, budgetary, human resources, and financial principles and practices
  • Expert ability to work with dynamic and diverse group of researchers (faculty, staff, students), sponsors and external collaborators
  • Excellent understanding of and appreciation for data science approaches and innovations AND the needs, goals and deadline pressures under which academic scientists across the disciplines get their work done
  • Excellent oral and written communication and negotiation skills, including political acumen, social perceptiveness, and an understanding of different cultures and social norms
  • Demonstrated expertise with program building within academic institutions
  • Demonstrated expertise in building collaborations between academia and industry organizations
  • Expert fundraising and business development experience highly desirable
  • 1) Must have outstanding organization, communication and analytical. Responsibilities include regularly making decisions and taking independent action along with strategy development. The ability to delegate, effectively supervise and plan for timely completion of short and long term goals
  • 2) Must have outstanding interpersonal skills and a high degree of social facility in obtaining cooperation and support from a broad range of people are required. Demonstrated ability to interact with all members of the organization in ways that enhance understanding, respect, cooperation and problem solving
  • 3) Excellent verbal and written communication skills to communicate effectively with a large and diverse constituency including Department of Surgery Administration, Chairman of Surgery, Surgeon Researchers and other departmental leadership as well as collaborating institutions nationally and internationally, regulatory and funding agencies and internal offices, vendors and medical schools
  • 4) Excellent negotiation skills in complex and often sensitive multi-institutional situations are essential
  • 5) Requires deep knowledge of research fiscal management, with a high degree of analytic ability to manage the financial aspects of the position is essential
  • 6) Excellent skills managing professional and administrative staff, setting goals, acting as a mentor and coach while providing both direction and recognition, within the context of a large academic medical center
  • 7) A high degree of flexibility and adaptability is necessary in order to manage and lead change in an environment with changing regulations and needs to research community
  • 8) Must be able to demonstrate the ability to create a vision and identity for team, lead collaboration with other team, and mobilize resources necessary to complete projects and achieve goals and implement tools and resources to measure program effectiveness
  • 9) Effective and efficient results producing project management skills, including strategy development, action planning, execution and development of monitoring tools
  • 10) The ability to work independently and accurately and to concisely disseminate information in both written and verbal formats is required. The ability to independently resolve most problems encountered is essential
  • 11) Ability to manage multiple, competing priorities within the context of a complex and large organization; ability to operate in a matrixed environment
  • 12) Solid skills in Microsoft Office with substantial experience and understanding of complex financial reporting and systems operations
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master's Degree in Nursing or related field
  • Certification Board of Infection Control (CBIC) Certification
  • Completion of Infection Control Course facilitated by Center for Disease Control (CDC)
  • 7+ years of progressively responsible experience in a clinical or hospital epidemiology setting, including supervisory experience
  • Knowledge of clinical Microbiology, Public Health Administration and statistical analysis
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Represent the Division internally and externally at meetings, conferences, etc. Relay all necessary hospital and foundation correspondence to appropriate people within and outside the division. Serve as a resource to both physicians and staff regarding hospital policy and practice management issues. Refer matters to others as action items when appropriate
  • Assist with managed care, global fees, other insurance and referral contracting activities and work collaboratively with Executive Administrator and Billing and Compliance Manager
  • Facilitate and lead the Division business and strategic planning process. Identify business opportunities and collaborate with all shareholders to prepare and implement the business planning process
  • Meet regularly with supervisory staff and physicians to plan and regularly review succession planning for all administrative and clinical support staff positions in the Division to ensure effective and efficient transitions for all positions
  • Assist Executive Administrator and Division Chief in the planning, allocation, negotiation and operation of administrative and clinical space, which constitutes locations on and off campus. This involves coordinating the division’s planning process, analyzing utilization and needs assessments, addressing safety and security issues, researching and making recommendations for procuring equipment, determining timetables, monitoring the new construction/renovation processes and support staff hiring. Develop protocols for hiring staff, which includes standard level training and appropriate orientations
  • Management of all information systems needs for the Division, which includes the implementation and utilization of Epic and other necessary software. Provide training for all staff and faculty
  • Responsible for quality assurance which includes compliance with all quality standards and guidelines for clinical research operations and ensuring that the Division is in compliance with JCAHO, federal and state guidelines
  • Collaborate with the Division Chief and Executive Administrator in the development of short and long range planning for all Divisions, as well as the ASBII-3 Surgical Ambulatory floor and off-site locations
  • Manage the oversight and monitoring of the purchasing of supplies and equipment within the Division and the Clinic at BWH, initiating cost-containment measures
  • Organize, craft, and oversee the monthly physician on-call schedules; assist in resolving conflicts as they arise; and communicate schedule changes to appropriate parties in a timely manner
  • Masters Degree required, preferably in Business, Public or Health Management or, the Sciences, and a minimum of five (5) years of management in a healthcare environment
  • Knowledge of office operations in the patient care setting
  • A thorough knowledge of
  • Requires ability to handle politically and financially sensitive issues, anticipates problems and issues, build and gain consensus, lead and work with multidisciplinary teams, and effectively communicate strategies, plans and financial results
  • Strong communications and organizational skills
  • Ability to effectively respond to time sensitive issues
  • Demonstrated ability to manage a busy office environment within the context of a large medical center and health care delivery system
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Division Administrative Director GME Resume Examples & Samples

  • Identifies revenue enhancement and cost containment initiatives and in conjunction with the hospitals prepares the operating and capital budgets for Graduate Medical Education cost centers
  • Manages fiscal and human resources for Medical Education
  • Determines resources required to meet goals and objectives
  • Reviews and approves contracts between Medical Education and internal and external partners
  • Supervises the daily activities of the Hospital ADME and if there is no hospital ADME oversees the Residency Coordinators and GME Residency Coordinator to ensure institutional program guidelines are satisfied
  • Note that GME Hospital ADME support their DIOs but also have a strong connection to the Division ADME
  • Includes responsibility for performance appraisals, discipline, scheduling and any supervisory related duties
  • Developing and managing operating and capital budgets for related programs
  • Manages all Divisions Accreditation Site Visits
  • Assist the VP of the Division with any needed activity
  • Complex problem solving skills
  • Ability to handle sensitive information with absolute confidentiality
  • Ability to efficiently and accurately manage multiple tasks and projects
  • Working knowledge of software applications including Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Ability to make decisions independently or to escalate issues as needed
  • In-depth knowledge of ACGME requirements and operations
  • Minimum of 7 years of graduate medical education experience or an equivalent combination of experience and education is required
  • Ability to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing
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Administrative Director of Laboratory Resume Examples & Samples

  • Concurrently monitors employee and departmental performance to ensure adherence to policies and procedures, timelines and regulatory requirements
  • Ensures that departments proactively respond to feedback from customers (internal and external) and implements improvement mechanisms to enhance the overall ability of the department to meet the customer’s needs for laboratory services
  • Provides direction to department personnel to achieve operational and technical objectives including workflow design, service quality, financial performance, regulatory compliance, personnel management, patient satisfaction, healthy work environment, and integration of intra and inter-departmental activities
  • Nationally recognized certification as a medical technologist or equivalent
  • Must have Florida Supervisor’s license
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Technology required
  • Post Graduate Degree preferred
  • Minimum 3 licensures in following specialty areas required, licensure in all preferred
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Administrative Director of Laboratory Resume Examples & Samples

  • Blood Bank/Immunohematology
  • Histology
  • Serology/Immunology
  • More than 5 years of experience at a supervisory level in a clinical laboratory setting required
  • Previous Director experience strongly preferred
  • Must have strong knowledge of laboratory regulations
  • Strong team work and collaboration abilities
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develops, maintains and implements plans, goals and policy and procedures for both the Case management and Social Services Departments
  • Works with the Administrative Team and Utilization Review Committee to set financial goals (LOS, etc.). Is responsible for the implementation and supervision of the process of achieving these goals
  • Balances productivity, clinical effectiveness and service issues to meet the needs of the patients, physicians, and hospital
  • Creates and implements systems of communication between Access Care Services, Business Office, Medical Records, Nursing Units, Emergency Department, Bed Control, Social Services, and other departments that increases the efficiency and effectiveness of the case management and social services processes. These systems should assist in achieving the goals, policies and procedures, and processes described in 1, 2, and 3 above
  • Exercises primary responsibility for the annual review and approval of the Case Management plan, by the appropriate medical committees, Administration and the Governing Board in accordance with the Joint Commission Standards and Accreditation
  • Prepares and manages the departments’ annual operation budget. Fiduciary responsibilities include approval of rental or purchase of all capital items
  • Demonstrates service management philosophy in departmental and interdepartmental dealings
  • Responsible for directing and implementing Best Practices initiatives
  • Performs other related duties as assigned or requested
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Directs the development and implementation of financial services, research administration, clinical services, and human resources as well as providing quality service to a diverse population
  • In coordination with the Chair, provides strategic direction for assigned units by setting short and long-term goals, estimating budgetary requirements for space and equipment, and planning and implementing special projects and policies
  • Serves as administrative liaison for the Department with the divisions, affiliate sites, School of Medicine, Hospitals and Clinics, and Health Sciences. In this role, the Administrative Director must represent the Department with exceptional professionalism and accountability
  • Establishes and directs an administrative team at the department level with clarity about department vs. divisional roles. Develops consistent plans for communication of strategic initiatives and goals for divisional administration
  • Supports the clinical mission through establishment of rigorous processes for accurate and timely billing and collections in coordination with the hospital leadership, development of guidelines for training physicians, other providers and staff on billing processes and procedures, and evaluating clinical productivity measures. Serves as a champion for the exceptional patient experience for the Department developing improved clinic processes and patient access
  • Guides and supports the research mission of the department with the Chair and the Vice Chair of Research. Understands grants and contracts from federal and nonfederal sources and works with leadership to grow the research portfolio. Manages research space, facilities, and resources in coordination with the Department’s research administration
  • Oversees aspects of faculty appointments, promotion/tenure, retention, and non-renewal processes within the Department adhering to School of Medicine and University guidelines
  • Provides guidance to faculty and administrative leaders about personnel decisions and actions including training, performance management, and terminations
  • Supports the educational mission in coordination with the Vice Chair for Education including development and review of budgets for residents and fellows, enhancement of opportunities for internal CME and MOC activities, and growth of external CME events
  • Forecasts capital and operating budget needs in evaluating and reporting on the unit’s market sensitivity, financial analysis, space utilization review, staff performance evaluation, etc
  • Maintains effective control of the unit’s budget while ensuring that funds are used to meet the goals and mission of the University and Department
  • Directs special interdisciplinary projects having impact on the overall operation and strategic direction of the Department including developing strategies consistent with the University’s continuous quality improvement program
  • Oversees all aspects of human resource management including recruitment and retention of assigned staff
  • Plays a key role in the recruitment and development of administrative talent at the division level. Division-level administrators will have a dotted-line reporting responsibility to this position in addition to their reporting responsibilities to their immediate supervisors
  • Oversees the analysis and determination of appropriate staff mix to support patient/customer needs
  • Ensures competency of unit management/supervisory staff through the development and/or presentation of educational programs and through on-going staff performance evaluation
  • Markets and promotes new and existing programs and services to internal and external customers
  • Participates in committees to establish patient/customer service and administrative plans and policies
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Uses advanced skill to identify, cultivate, and solicit principal gift prospects
  • Serves as a lead development professional, working with donors capable of making very significant contributions
  • Establishes and effectively manages relationships with critical, high profile prospects
  • Works with the Associate Vice President/Chief Development Officer to design, plan, and implement large-scale strategic fundraising campaigns
  • Expands donor base and creates effective engagement pipelines for new and existing major and principal gift donors
  • Collaborates with senior administrators, deans and faculty, and coordinates with fund development and alumni relations staff
  • Solicits gifts ranging in value from seven to eight figures
  • Provides leadership and direction for all direct reports including: ongoing supervisory meetings; assistance in setting priorities goals and building a case for support for their respective areas; providing a high level of mentorship and guidance; evaluating performance; ensuring appropriate professional development opportunities; and forecasting operating budget needs
  • Serves and participates on University and outside committees
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collaborate with NIH, industry, device, and other funding organizations for the consideration of potential studies, protocol development, study conduct, and dissemination of results
  • Oversee all day-to-day operations for the Heart Center Research Enterprise
  • Coordinate Research Manager assignments to cover the needs of all projects for the Heart Center and ensure cross-coverage is available for all projects, as appropriate
  • Develop and implement procedures that ensure proper study startup and closure procedures that conform to Good Clinical Practices (GCP) and University of Utah requirements
  • Assign and supervise all study activities of the Research Managers including: pre and post award project management, adherence to regulatory requirements and documentation, tracking and negotiating budget and contracts with the Office of Sponsored Projects and study sponsors ensuring compliance with both national and local requirements for the study, patient billing, overseeing research accounting, and initiating and maintaining study coordinator training and compliance with GCP
  • Ensure that each Research Manager maintains proper internal and external documentation that is organized and accessible
  • Ensure projects are managed with adherence to FDA guidance, IRB requirements, GCP, and study protocols
  • Supervise the tracking of IRB deadlines and activities, including new applications, renewals, amendments, and PI notification of pending activities and deadlines
  • Schedule, chair, and organize necessary materials for monthly research team meetings for updates on all active protocols regarding enrollment, IRB status, and issues that threaten successful completion of the study
  • Supervise the Research Manager’s review of all active projects with the financial analyst to identify problems and solutions regarding billing processes, including project adherence to study budget and proper distribution of funds
  • Oversee the assembly of materials and updates for all active projects by the Research Managers for the monthly Statistical Support meetings
  • Chair the monthly Statistical Support meetings
  • Oversee the Research Managers’ implementation of optimal quality control and compliance measures for each active project
  • Supervise auditing for internal research groups as well as project sponsors
  • Oversee the scheduling and assembly of the materials for monthly Heart Center research meetings
  • Directly supervise Research Managers including hiring procedures, annual staff evaluations, and disciplinary processes as dictated by University of Utah policy
  • Serve as the liaison for PI and Research manager disputes to facilitate timely resolution of disagreements according to GRP and study protocol
  • Lead the development of the Annual Heart Center research budget
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Under the direction of Surgery leadership will assist in aligning Hospital and BWPO strategy for the Shapiro Cardiovascular Center
  • Inspires a common vision for cardiovascular care and translates that vision for employees by linking it to their daily responsibilities
  • Demonstrates effective communication, delegation, empowerment, and conflict resolution skills
  • Consistently collaborates with other department leaders for process improvement
  • Maintains a commitment toward organizational success as well as family and patient-centered values
  • Supports the philosophy, mission, goals, and objectives of the institution
  • Serves as a resource to executive leadership
  • Assists Cardiac Surgery Division Chief in evaluating, revising and implementing divisional policies and procedures and systems and revises as necessary to maximize efficiency
  • Oversees and approves financial transactional activities (payroll, travel requests, employee salary/data changes, journal entries, check requests, etc.). Reviews all supporting documentation for accuracy/appropriateness
  • Conceptualizes and performs a variety of financial analyses (e.g. for global/fixed fee development, physician recruitment, business/program development, projecting research budget surpluses/deficits, etc.). Prepares and presents various statistical reports, cost analyses and budget justifications
  • Oversees expense management. Resolves issues and develops and implements strategies for cost containment
  • Develops annual operating and capital budgets for all BWPO, BW, and research funds within the division, and monitors budgets on a regular basis
  • Reviews statements with each Chief/physicians/group/Principal Investigator, Executive Director for Surgery, Director of Operations and recommends and implements measures for revenue maximization/cost containment/ resolution of financial overruns as appropriate; Responsible for working with Chief/physicians/group/Principal Investigators to prevent, identify and resolve projected overruns and for resolving any deficits in a timely manner
  • Provides direct supervision to and is responsible for the conduct, operations, and results of the non-professional staff
  • Coordinates with Human Resources for the recruitment, interviewing, hiring, training, and disciplining of all service personnel (group practice, laboratory, and clinical units)
  • Evaluates and standardizes procedures and effectively troubleshoots and resolves issues as they arise. Informs staff of policy and procedure changes
  • Reviews salary and wage issues. Works with Division Chief, Executive Director of Surgery and Director of Operations to evaluate performance and develop and implement performance plans; Implements corrective action as necessary
  • Serves as divisional resource for issues related to professional and non-professional staff benefits
  • Using the PeopleSoft Manager Self Service System, initiates/approves as appropriate and coordinates with Human Resources, BWPO, Executive Director for Surgery, Director of Operations for approval of human resources changes (i.e. salary adjustments, salary distributions, training records, etc.) for all employees
  • Develops and obtains appropriate Departmental, Human Resources, BWPO, Research Finance, etc. approvals for non-professional staff personnel transactions (hiring, salaries, promotions, job descriptions, etc.) for group practice, clinical unit, laboratory and administrative support personnel
  • Manages directly or oversees Administrative Manager(s)/practice/office manager(s)/Residency Program Coordinator(s) in all aspects of divisional educational programs, including clinical (resident/fellows/students), research, and post-graduate courses
  • Under the direction of the Program Director, provides administrative oversight/coordination for residency/fellowship training programs
  • Administers the system for responding to applicants to the training program, coordinates the interviewing process for applicants, and ensures compliance with the requirements for the National Residency Matching Program
  • Orients new trainees; Ensures that trainees receive and complete all contracts, credentialing materials, BWH staff appointments, Harvard Medical School faculty appointments, and licensing applications in a timely manner
  • Maintains records and prepares plans for resident on-call schedules and duty assignments
  • Monitors and updates, with the Program Director, training affiliation agreements with outside institutions; Maintains and fosters relationships with those institutions where our trainees rotate, and those institutions whose trainees rotate to the BWH
  • Ensures compliance with the requirements for accreditation by the ACGME/Residency Review Committee; Collects required data in an ongoing fashion and anticipates and prepares the necessary documents and records for periodic reviews
  • Is familiar with the requirements for certification by the American Board of Surgery as well as specialty boards, and assists residents in collecting data and submitting applications for certification
  • Oversees financial management of training program, including implementing and ensuring compliance with professional billing activities as applicable
  • Under the direction of the Course Directors (Surgery, Medicine, and Anesthesia) coordinates all administrative aspects of annual post-graduate courses
  • Develops and coordinates production and distribution of marketing materials/course brochure
  • Prepares and monitors Harvard Heart Valve course budget; Recruits exhibitors and collects and monitors exhibitor fees
  • Coordinates course information with HMS Department of Continuing Education, including maintaining documentation for CME credits
  • Arranges for lecturers accommodations and travel arrangements
  • Grants are centrally managed by the DOS. Assists with the of divisions’ patient-orientated clinical research programs
  • Coordinates development, preparation, and distribution of divisional submissions for research-related publications/communications
  • Bachelors degree required. Masters degree in business, public health or health administration/management strongly preferred
  • Minimum of 8-10 years management experience in healthcare in increasingly more responsible management positions
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Works collaboratively with the Executive Medical Director of Population Health Services and High-Risk Clinics to initiate and develop the population health management business. Oversees the design, development, and implementation of the necessary programs, workflows, processes, revenue streams, and operations required to establish successful population health management services and High-Risk Clinics at the University of Utah
  • In collaboration with UUHS, UUMG, UUHC, develops business models to ensure population health services are designed in a manner that meets customer needs, provides value, and is consistent with the objectives of the University of Utah
  • Identifies resource and process needs, evaluates alternative payment models, and ensures cash flow and margins cover the cost structure borne to deliver population health services
  • Identifies new patient cohorts to be targeted and outreach strategies to successfully engage patient populations
  • Develops and designs care models to meet patient needs and ensure continuous high-quality care. Maps linkages across care models and determines how patients should flow across them
  • Identifies measures and metrics needed to determine value created by population health initiatives and resources. Incorporates measurement standards and protocols into all components of population health services High-Risk Clinics
  • Designs and oversees the conduct of research projects affiliated with the High-Risk Clinics
  • Oversees all aspects of Human Resources, including recruitment, training, development and retention of high-performing ancillary clinical staff, mid-level providers, nurses, medical assistants, and administrative staff
  • In collaboration with affiliated colleges and departments at the University of Utah, supports the development and execution of educational services for medical residents, students, and trainees
  • Acts as a catalyst between departments, faculty, staff, physicians, clinical representatives, students, and external entities to ensure continuity and quality of service
  • Engages in and facilitates collaborative community and institutional relationships with external providers, payers, public health agencies, healthcare systems, and service organizations
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Senior Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Consult with and advise the regional dean regarding overall administration, management and operations of the unit, with major program development, supervision and policymaking responsibility
  • Directly supervise department and instructional units as assigned, with responsibility for setting and implementing operational policies and procedures for handling daily administrative matters such as finances, facilities, and staffing
  • Provide support for business operations and human resources processes for the College
  • Coordinate responsibilities of the Regional Dean as designated
  • Represent the Regional Dean’s office at college committees as needed
  • Manage resources, determine staff functions and set operating policies for the unit
  • Research and analyze policy issues and prepare recommendations
  • Originate and prepare routine and special reports
  • Act as liaison to clinical partners, campus and university departments
  • Assist with special projects and other duties as requested
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • This position has the accountability to ensure quality and safe patient care within the scope set by the Chief Nurse Executive
  • This position has the authority to hire, discipline, promote, conduct performance reviews and recommend merit increases
  • This position is responsible for the oversight of all budgets for areas assigned. This position has the authority to manage projects and represent the Chief Nurse Executive when delegated
  • This position serves in the place of the Chief Nurse Executive during the absence of the Chief Nurse Executive
  • Demonstrated experience in nursing leadership position within relevant clinical fields
  • Experience with physician relations, group leadership, organizational services and financial planning required
  • Ability to organize, direct, and accomplish multiple tasks
  • Ability to plan, organize, and implement patient focused programs in a health care facility
  • Ability to mentor nursing leadership skills and values
  • Knowledgeable of healthcare laws, regulations, accreditation requirements, clinical practice standards, budget development and productivity management, leadership and management methods, and quality-improvement concepts
  • Demonstrated competency in nursing management, hospital operations, and human resources
  • Demonstrated experience in complex technological processes
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Senior Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • 9) Meet regularly with supervisory staff and physicians to plan and regularly review succession planning for all administrative and clinical support staff positions in the Division to ensure effective and efficient transitions for all positions
  • 10) Facilitate and manage an employee recognition and appreciation program for the Division. Plan and sponsor events recognizing successful teamwork among staff members throughout the year
  • 11) Manage the Division’s delivery systems, which include patient access, organizational processes, payroll, performance standards and other related activities
  • 12) Develop and maintain strategies, policies and procedures to enhance the efficient and cost effective operations
  • 13) Management of all information systems needs for the Division, which includes the implementation and utilization of Epic and other necessary software. Provide training for all staff
  • 14) Develops and implements resolutions of complex problems between employees within the Divisions
  • 15) Responsible for quality assurance which includes compliance with all quality standards and guidelines for clinical and research operations and ensuring that the Division is in compliance with JCAHO, federal and state guidelines
  • 16) Perform other duties as requested
  • Bachelors Degree required, preferably in Business, Public or Health Management or, the Sciences, and a Minimum of five (5) years of management in a healthcare environment. Masters preferred
  • Knowledge of hospital and private practice billing functions and procedures
  • Requires ability to handle politically and financially sensitive issues, anticipate problems and issues, build and gain consensus, lead and work with multidisciplinary teams, and effectively communicate strategies, plans and financial results
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordination of the Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) budget across all departments
  • Design, develop, and implement the resource allocation process for ETS
  • TPO and other senior level presentations
  • ETS executive reporting
  • Design, development and management of a new ETS governance process
  • Design, development and management of assess management process
  • Develop strategic partnerships with peers and business partners to understand their in-depth business requirements, operational capabilities, products/services, and ongoing business performance
  • Demonstrate advance understanding of regulatory and audit principles
  • Demonstrate advanced ability on estimating total project time and cost, as well as individual PM work loads
  • Demonstrate knowledge of various infrastructure technologies as well as packaged and custom built software project installations
  • Demonstrates advanced ability in delivering executive presentations, guiding management through a series of decision points ultimately arriving a concise set of recommendations
  • Demonstrate strong knowledge of system development methodology, project methodology and analytical/problem solving skills
  • Demonstrate ability to communicate verbally and orally with varying levels of personnel from executive management to front line personnel as well as vendors and partners that UMB engages
  • Demonstrate an understanding of various IT disciplines. e.g., infrastructure, application development and production support
  • Demonstrate ability to identify problems in the early stages and developing resolution options
  • Demonstrate ability to facilitate and manage complex issues, challenging situations and personnel
  • Demonstrates ability to resolve conflicts and disagreements, handle difficult people and tense situations with diplomacy and tact, de-escalate disagreements while encouraging open debate and discussion
  • Demonstrate strong time management, prioritization and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrate strong Resource Management skills
  • Demonstrate exceptional written and verbal communication skills with sound knowledge of grammar and punctuation
  • Demonstrate strong knowledge in Microsoft Office software including MS Project, MS Visio, Word, Excel, and Access
  • Knowledge of offshore staffing models
  • Demonstrates proficiency in managing multi-year, multi-phase programs
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Administrative Director of Laboratory Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Is proficient with personal computers and information systems relative to job duties
  • Excellent team building and organizational skill to interact with co-workers to promote a harmonious and cooperative working environment
  • Thorough knowledge and application of principles of effective communication
  • Ability to plan, organize and effectively present ideas and concepts to groups
  • Ability to assimilate information from a variety of sources, analyze and recommend action to be taken
  • Well organized with persistent follow through technique
  • Demonstrates skill required to supervise, teach and motivate staff
  • Demonstrates excellent problem solving and sound decision making skills
  • Development and monitoring of statistical analysis of quality measurements and standards
  • Continually monitors and stays abreast of legislative and regulatory changes affecting the laboratory industry, and ensures changes are accurately communicated to affected departments and implemented on a timely basis
  • Follows safety policies and procedures
  • Protects sensitive and confidential information by actively participating in the Security Awareness program
  • Adheres to company policies and standards regarding security
  • Completes assigned Healthstream courses on an annual basis
  • Available to work during disasters
  • Reviews all departmental policies and procedures at least annually and revises, as needed. Develops, implements and monitors new policies and procedures as needed
  • Ensures that department employees attend all mandatory IRL/departmental in-services and staff meetings
  • Develops monitoring systems for the collection, documentation and reporting of quality assessment and improvement data; extracts pertinent information from quality assessment and improvement studies, initiates corrective action plans, and re-monitors results
  • Evaluates existing systems and processes and develops corrective action plans for service/quality trends identified Initiates changes and monitors for improvement
  • Concurrently monitors resource utilization, including payroll, supplies and expenses, client volume and revenue variation reports, outpatient volume reports, mileage and expense logs; participates in MOR. Takes action immediately, as needed, to rectify problems
  • Responsible to ensure the weekly and monthly corporate key indicators are an accurate measurement of past and current performance for a basis for proactive response to a changing environment
  • Ensures legal and ethical practices are always maintained
  • Prepares and submits capital expenditure requests, department projections and annual budget
  • Monitors and evaluates the activities of the staff and provides management, coaching, guidance, delegation opportunities, and on-the-job training and re-training as necessary to ensure operational efficiency and adherence to policies and procedures; fosters open communication by offering, encouraging, and accepting suggestions from staff regarding department operations
  • Screens, interviews and selects qualified individuals for open positions within the department
  • Reviews all department employee job descriptions at least annually and revises, as needed. Provides employees with a new job description if substantive changes are made
  • Completes and conducts performance evaluations for all staff under direct supervision after three months of employment and annually, in a timely manner
  • Maintains department education files, including new employee orientation checklist, equipment training checklist, mandatory in-service attendance confirmation and continuing education
  • Develops and monitors improvement action plans, as needed, to correct poor job performance
  • Initiates counseling and discipline according to policies and procedures
  • Terminations, status changes, and other personnel actions are completed in a timely fashion
  • Reviews and approves payroll time sheets, purchasing requisitions, check requests, and scheduling requests
  • Employee injuries are reported within specified time frames and IRL policy/procedure for work related injuries is followed and supported
  • Directs and organizes the operations of the hospital rapid-response laboratories through the appropriate, delegation of responsibilities and authority and overall direction of the hospital laboratory management team
  • Effectively communicates with IRL System personnel at all levels to coordinate efforts meet special needs and address problems or concerns
  • Works with IRL System management team to maintain regular, two-way communications and integration of core laboratory and hospital personnel. Conducts regular Town Hall Meetings at all IRL System facilities and is accountable for contributing to quarterly newsletters for IRL System personnel
  • Effectively works with all levels of IRL and hospital management and employees to ensure a service delivery system, which sets standards of excellence in terms of quality, response time, and overall user satisfaction
  • Meets regularly with appropriate IRL System counterparts to ensure effective inter-departmental interfaces are established, maintained and enhanced
  • Investigates, recommends and purchases equipment, supplies and instrumentation appropriate to current and planned future needs
  • Chemistry
  • Hematology
  • Microbiology
  • 3-5 years in a management setting
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • · INTEGRIS Health Acute Care Hospitals
  • · INTEGRIS Medical Group
  • · INTEGRIS Home Health, Hospice and Infusion Services
  • · INTEGRIS Health Partners
  • Implements and oversees INTEGRIS hospital and physician business office operations, including timely claims submission and accounts receivable resolution, payment and adjustment transaction posting and reconciliation, credit balance resolution, and customer service, and patient financial assistance application processing
  • Performs ongoing analysis and review of billing office performance, recommends and implements revenue enhancement opportunities
  • Develops and implements best practice revenue management policies and procedures that guide business office performance and support defined service level metrics
  • Oversees the development and execution of onboarding, training and education programs for SBO operational staff to ensure talent development and optimal performance
  • Mentors, coaches, develops and provides guidance to direct reports to ensure a vibrant and engaged team that exhibits the INTEGRIS Mission, Vision, and Values
  • Ensures that operational processes and technology are aligned and integrated to enable effective and efficient realization of the organization?s full revenue potential
  • Develops operational and capital budgets with consideration to INTERIS short and long range strategic direction for programs, projects and technology
  • Ensures department staffs are managed effectively to insure that Single Business Office activities for all INTEGRIS facilities meet the INTEGRIS Health system goals of Operational, Clinical and Service excellence
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Strives to have services continually achieve the highest operating effectiveness and efficiency as measured by internal and external outcomes and benchmarking reports
  • Manages annual capital and operating budget for all Medical Aid Unit site. Reviews and analyzes expenses, revenue, and clinician scheduling, and clinical productivity based on monthly reports and addresses issues as needed
  • Monitors expenses, administers policies relating to purchasing and accounts payable, and collaborates on finance and billing issues
  • Responsible for optimizing insurance and reimbursement policies
  • Operates various sites of service in an ethical manner in compliance with all federal, state, and local laws and ensures conformance with Joint Commission or other accrediting body standards that the organization sees fit to maintain
  • MBA or MHA strongly preferred. Bachelors Degree required
  • Five or more years of health care management experience required
  • A strong working knowledge of outpatient facility operational and financial issues required
  • A relevant combination of education and experience may be substituted
  • Knowledge of financial, operational, and strategic planning management principles
  • Ability to identify, analyze, and evaluate problems and recommend/implement effective solutions
  • Ability to collaborate with clinicians and other staff
  • Solid communication skills – written and verbal
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Administrative Director of Breast & Women s Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • 7+ years of progressive Healthcare Management experience and clinical background
  • Breast Center, Ambulatory and Service Line experience
  • Knowledge of business, financial, service line and insurance requirements affecting clinical services
  • Working knowledge of licensure/regulations for practice in Radiology and various clinical areas
  • Working knowledge of and compliance with regulatory requirements,such as JCAHO, OSHA. Knowledge of research, medical and business ethics
  • Strong attention ot detail
  • Master's Degree in a related field
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Senior Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Under the leadership of the division chief, departmental administration, and hospital leadership, reviews the ongoing management of the division’s clinical services, discusses and resolves any administrative problems that arise, and directs the planning of improvements in existing clinical services
  • Represents the division on professional billing and collection issues as appropriate. Maintains a thorough understanding of clinical reimbursement and managed care issues specific to the division. Identifies opportunities to optimize clinical reimbursement and implements new policies and procedures as needed. Educates faculty and staff on clinical reimbursement issues as needed
  • Under the direction of the department’s director of quality and the quality program manager, serves as the lead administrative resource for the division’s clinical quality program
  • Assures compliance with BWH, JCAHO, OSHA, DPH and state and federal regulations. Leads the division’s involvement in compliance audits as directed
  • Identifies the need for, assesses parameters, performs financial analyses, and participates with the department in negotiating contracts for the delivery of clinical services by division physicians. Assesses the agreements on an on-going basis to ensure that they are financially viable and comply with current regulatory requirements
  • Responsible for supervising the maintenance of appropriate support data for all division faculty. Oversees preparation of support pages as part of the NIH grant application process. Certifies quarterly time-and-effort reports
  • Serves as liaison to BWH accounts payable, payroll, purchasing, and other hospital departments. Represents particular needs of research studies and works to ensure that these needs are met. Works with outside vendors to obtain products and services necessary to the operation of the research group. Interacts extensively with PHS research administration to ensure compliance with all hospital, government, and funding agency policies
  • Responsible for ensuring compliance with all hospital and government regulations for research involving human subjects and animals. Monitors status of institutional review board (IRB) and animal assurance committee (AAC) approval for pending and ongoing studies, and works with investigators to submit new applications, annual reviews, and notification of changes to study design and methods. Supervises faculty and project coordinators in completion of IRB and Animal Assurance Committee applications and renewals
  • Serves as a resource to division faculty in securing research support
  • Provides managerial and administrative oversight of all physician extenders assigned to the division
  • Responsible for handling numerous personnel matters, including reviewing and approving all divisional hiring, firing, compensation, and evaluation decisions. Implements all institutional policies related to all phases of personnel activity, including recruitment, interviewing, compensation, benefits, orientation, performance evaluations, promotions, transfers, and terminations. Transmits and interprets institutional policies to supervisors and employees. Ensures appropriate training of employees. May be asked to write job descriptions, enter into discussions with Compensation to determine grades for new positions, annual rates of pay for new hires, increases for employees who are promoted, and equity increases. Assesses employee work load and recommends changes as needed. Monitors hiring trends to ensure market competitiveness. Arbitrates disputes. Represents the division in employee relations matters
  • Oversees preparation of all personnel forms for the division, including requisitions for new employees, change of status forms and termination reports. Notifies supervisors of probationary and quarterly evaluation deadlines and ensures that the appropriate paperwork is completed
  • Administers the division’s training and education programs, including participation in the selection process, coordinating appointments, establishing salary policies, resolving salary and benefit issues, and complying with hospital, HMS, ACGME and NIH requirements
  • Conducts space needs planning for the division. Oversees the design of space renovations for division facilities, identifies and resolves facility problems that arise
  • Oversees the credentialing of and enrollment in payor plans for all division faculty members to ensure compliance with hospital bylaws, and oversees the HMS appointments and promotions process for division members
  • As requested, provides information and data related to the department’s faculty services office regarding the division’s faculty
  • Assists in fundraising efforts for research, education, and clinical activities. Monitors donations and acknowledgements
  • Consistently meets all deadlines for deliverables or activities as established by the chief, executive administrator, and divisional/departmental policies and standards
  • Serves on divisional, departmental and/or hospital committees as assigned by the chief or executive administrator
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills, ability to handle sensitive human resources issues and supervise a large and diverse staff in handling these matters
  • Outstanding organizational skills are necessary to manage many competing timetables and responsibilities. Ability to delegate and effectively supervise and plan for the timely and successful completion of short- and long-term objectives
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills to communicate effectively with a large and diverse constituency, including senior hospital leaders, division faculty and support staff, representatives of other BWH offices, collaborating institution officials, granting agencies (NIH, industry and foundations) representatives, and vendors
  • Requires the ability to work independently and to accept responsibility for complex and sensitive decision-making as it relates to the overall conduct of the division
  • High degree of analytic ability to manage the financial and human resources aspects of the position
  • Excellent negotiation skills in complex and often sensitive multi-institutional negotiations for agreements and contracts for research, training, and clinical practice
  • Current knowledge of laws and regulations pertaining to research administration. Ability to interpret, analyze, and disseminate critical information to division faculty
  • Interpersonal relationship skills needed to motivate others and work with many hospital-wide department heads, administrators, and physicians in a positive and collegial fashion
  • Ability to work independently and accurately and concisely disseminate information in both written and verbal formats
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Direct the trauma program and its accompanying /contributing departments to ensure that they are operating efficiently and effectively providing the services required to meet the needs of the system and medical staff
  • Integrate the various operations into a system, which provides an appropriate continuum of care, both clinically and geographically
  • Provide direct oversight of the trauma program at Del Sol Medical Center in the capacity of Administrative Director
  • Responsible for the implementation of leapfrog, core measure & other quality initiatives related to patient safety
  • Responsible for ensuring staff training and education is adequate within units of responsibility and identified staff competencies are assessed and monitored as appropriate for trauma services
  • Conduct strategic planning and policy setting activities for areas of responsibility and within the system
  • Actively engage in physician relation activities to ensure support of Del Sol and to ascertain and address needs and opportunities
  • Demonstrates Customer Service principles and behaviors consistent with Del Sol Medical Center vision and values
  • Marketing and product development for all aspects of areas of responsibility
  • Ensure the delivery and perception of the quality care of trauma patients in collaboration with other hospital Directors and Administrative Directors
  • Ensure appropriate financial accountability systems are in place and that managers are operating within guidelines
  • Determines a course of action based on research, data, standards of care and general guidelines/protocols
  • Communicate effectively with a wide variety of intra- and inter-facility staff and administration using both oral and written communication
  • Job knowledge:Exhibits a health care savvy; gets things done; aligns decisions with values; solves problems demonstrates professional/technical knowledge; anticipates challenges and takes risk
  • Hospital/Departmental Policies and Procedures:Knowledgeable of all policies and procedures that affect the outcomes and safety of patient care, and employee rights and responsibilities
  • Development:advocates a learning environment; empowers others; provides frequent candid feedback; coaches and supports others; fosters an innovative environment
  • Leadership:sets a living example; develops and communicates a shared vision; demonstrates credibility; acts with strategic focus; makes effective decisions; delegates appropriately; selects the right people; thinks beyond today’s practice
  • Financial Management:Exhibits knowledge of financial systems; stays with budgetary guidelines; cost saving innovations
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience with systems-based, data-driven quality improvement processes preferred
  • Successful track record as a leader, manager, and strategist in a complex organizational environment, including experience managing multiple projects and simultaneous priorities and implementing change initiatives
  • Exceptionally strong conceptual, analytical and communication skills
  • Ability to deal with complex issues with keen academic and administrative judgment and a high degree of discretion and diplomacy
  • Ability to anticipate administrative needs of faculty directors
  • Experience supervising multiple staff at both the professional and support levels
  • Ability to create a positive, respectful, collaborative and team-focused environment
  • Ability to adapt to new challenges
  • Ability to be innovative, creative and motivational to others
  • Must be adept at working well with all members of the academic community, including staff, faculty, students and senior-level administrators and leaders
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Cpqcc Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Advanced degree in public health and a minimum of 7 years of experience in public health and program management desired
  • Familiarity with an academic environment and medical school and/or clinical environment, and understanding of research and regulatory environment, clinical research, and related policies
  • Successful experience working with multiple healthcare-related agencies and organizations, including national-, state-, and county-level health departments,an other healthcare agencies, California Medicaid (Medi-Cal), California Department of Publice Health (CDPH)
  • Demonstrated success with crafting and vetting a variety of strategies for project development and expansion within grant funding guidelines, meeting funder deliverables and aligning with organizational mission and aim
  • Excellent organization, time-management, written and oral communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment with constantly shifting priorities and deadlines
  • Demonstrated success with the development and implementation of data-driven quality improvement in the perinatal setting
  • Demonstrated ability to make sound business decisions using good business judgment and innovative and creative problem solving
  • Demonstrated ability to manage financial, organizational and staff resources
  • Excellent interpersonal and communications skills with the ability to cultivate professional and business partnerships
  • Relevant subject matter expertise
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Directs the administrative, analytical and managerial support related to integration and implementation of new projects, services, policies and procedures
  • Advises the Institute/Division/Hospital leadership regarding various processes including integration activities, staff governance, space and staff support to achieve specified goals and objectives
  • Researches, performs analysis, compiles data and advises Institute/division/Hospital Leadership relative to long-range planning strategies, physician personnel management, space and equipment, support service strategies and staff relations
  • Maintains an effective organizational structure and ensures proper staffing with skilled and trained personnel. Allocates project management resources across department initiatives
  • Monitors processes and recommends and implements improvements to ensure maximum service
  • Directs the annual budget process and participates in planning strategies related to revenue forecasting, human capital needs, facilities, services and market positions
  • Requires five years of management experience to include budget development and forecasting, assessment of cost effectiveness of systems, planning and management of space and equipment, management of diverse levels of employees, planning and implementation of systems and procedures
  • Experience in a medical practice setting or hospital environment preferred
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • A Master’s degree, preferably an MBA
  • A minimum of 15 years of work experience, including experience in career advisory, executive coaching, or corporate recruitment
  • Fluency in English, other languages an advantage
  • Ability to listen and communicate effectively, and to maintain positive rapport with a diverse group of high performing students, and to support them in achieving their career goals
  • Interpersonal and verbal communication skills to interact and form lasting relationships with companies and senior business leaders
  • Demonstrated good team management and organization skills
  • Ability to work independently with minimum supervision, while being an effective contributor as part of a close-knit team environment
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Administrative Director Orthopedics Resume Examples & Samples

  • Licensure/Certification/Registration
  • Education:Bachelor's Degree required. Master’s Degree in Health Administration, Business Administration or equivalent degree preferred
  • Experience: 5 years of relevant experience in healthcare administration or similar field
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Scientific Center Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Monitors study participant recruitment rates in keeping with contractual and budget agreements and works with designated research team and Investigator to implement changes as necessary in attaining recruitment goals
  • Interacts and coordinates with the Office of Research Integrity (ORI) and Office of Contracts and Grants Management (OCGM) to implement, support and track status of contracts, execution and IRB approvals. Performs similar duties with non-MedStar and/or commercial IRB's where needed
  • Ensures protection of research participants and billing compliance by entering all research participant visits (within 24 hours) in a recognized electronic system/database (e.g., Clinical Trial Management System [CTMS])
  • Ensures all grant and trial activities management including IRB submissions, participant consent, recruitment strategies, status report and study documentation are conducted under Good Clinical Practices (GCPs) and in accordance with the policies and procedures of MedStar Health Research Institute
  • Consistently demonstrates support for compliance in the performance of job duties and responsibilities by a) developing and maintaining knowledge of, and performing job functions in compliance with, rules, regulations, policies, and statutes that affect his/her job; b) maintaining knowledge of and performing job functions in compliance with MedStar Health and MedStar Health Research Institute policies and procedures; and c) reporting compliance concerns in an appropriate and timely manner
  • Develops an annual operating budget with each Investigator
  • In partnership with Investigators, develops a Scientific Center operating budget based on composite of each Investigator budget and administrative support budget
  • In partnership with Investigators and MHRI Leadership, develops capital budget, in keeping with scientific center needs, and in line with strategic business development
  • Evaluates feasibility and financial viability of each potential grant and clinical trial
  • Develops initial budget in keeping with Office of Contracts and Grants Management (OCGM) policies and procedures
  • Assists the Office of Contracts and Grants Management (OCGM) and Investigator in negotiating sponsor budget and contract
  • Tracks cost center revenues and expenses and initiating budget amendments for unanticipated expenditures
  • Verifies set up of new project billing sheets
  • Establishes and maintains scientific center financial records and account reconciliation with generated financial reports
  • Reviews monthly line of business (LOB) report for each investigator and administrative accounts; meet with investigators on a regular basis
  • Identifies tracks and resolves all discrepancies in financial reports
  • Meets regularly with central administration to review financial status, outstanding discrepancies, and resolution plans for all deficit accounts
  • Conducts administrative staff meetings on a regular basis
  • Evaluates workload and adjust staff levels and clinic schedules to meet projected workload
  • Hires, supervises, counsels, evaluates and documents performance of all administrative and clinical personnel who directly report to Scientific Center Administrator in collaboration with the Investigators
  • Orients and trains staff who report to the Scientific Administrator; monitors and evaluates staff performance, provides coaching and counseling where needed, and documents accordingly
  • Provides safe, high quality care to every patient, every time
  • Attends required meetings (e.g., Scientific Center Administrative Director monthly meeting, Quarterly Manager Meeting)
  • Participates in research strategic planning with Investigators
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assists OMFS Department Chief and Division Chiefs of TESSCC and the MGH Dental Group in establishing divisional policies and procedures
  • Manages directly Administrative Manager(s)/practice/office manager(s)/Ancillary Chief(s)/managers and technical director in divisions’ practice management, hospital ancillary services and professional billing practices
  • Works with clinical and administrative staff and representatives from other departments to evaluate, initiate, and implement systems and procedures and revises as necessary to improve services and maximize efficiency
  • Develops, implements, and monitors divisional customer service initiatives. Addresses practice access issues with clinicians and support staff. Works with Customer Service and the Physician Referral Service to ensure consistency and quality of access. Responds to and resolves customer complaints
  • Collaborates closely with Nursing (e.g. Nurse Directors, Access Nurses, etc.) to achieve a seamless continuum of care
  • Oversees divisional facilities and environmental issues related to repairs, cleaning, directories, signage, etc.; Under direction of Chiefs/ Executive Director of Surgery, coordinates space allocation, renovation projects, etc. with Planning Office, Facilities Engineering and Information Resources as well as outside architects and contractors
  • Establishes and enforces fire and safety regulations for the divisions, following established protocols, and ensuring compliance with TJC, OSHA, and Hospital guidelines
  • Oversees departmental and divisional information systems
  • Monitors monthly divisional statistics, including admissions/ATO/discharge data, OR statistics, etc and reviews with Chief/physicians/ Executive Director of Surgery on a routine basis; Facilitates strategies for improvement in utilization etc
  • Oversees professional staff recruitment, appointment, group practice and third party credentialing/enrollment issues
  • Prepares and processes purchase orders as needed; ensures that inventories of supplies (office, medical, laboratory, etc. as appropriate) are maintained for general use in each division as appropriate
  • Assists Chief in developing agendas for physician staff meetings to disseminate information and solicit input from physician staff members related to policies and procedures, day-to-day operations, etc
  • Participates in monthly Department of Surgery Managers’ Meetings
  • Conducts weekly departmental and division management meeting to disseminate information and solicit input from all non-physician staff members related to policies, procedures, communications, process improvement, day to day operations
  • Oversees and approves financial transactional activities (payroll, travel requests, employee salary/data changes, journal entries, check requests, etc.)
  • Oversees expense (rent, telephones, staffing, etc.) management issues; Performs comparative analyses; Develops and implements strategies for cost containment
  • Develops annual operating and capital budgets for all MGPO, GH, and research funds within the divisions
  • Monitors all MGPO, research, and GH funds within the divisions
  • Evaluates, assigns and prioritizes workloads
  • Reviews salary and wage issues. Works with OMFS Department Chief and Division Chief and Executive Director of Surgery, Administrative Director for Research, and Finance Director, to evaluate performance and develop and implement pay-for-performance plans; Implements corrective action as necessary; Ensures that all service performance evaluations are performed in a timely manner and in compliance with Hospital and Departmental pay-for-performance plans
  • Oversees Weekly Payroll using the Kronos automated Timekeeping System
  • Using the Peoplesoft Manager Self Service System, initiates/approves as appropriate and coordinates with Human Resources, MGPO, Executive Director of Surgery, Administrative Director for Research, and Finance Director for approval of human resources changes (i.e. salary adjustments, salary distributions, training records, etc.) for all employees
  • Develops and obtains appropriate Departmental, Human Resources, MGPO, Research Finance, etc. approvals for non-professional staff personnel transactions (hiring, salaries, promotions, job descriptions, etc.) for group practice, clinical unit, laboratory and administrative support personnel
  • Ensures that cross-coverage among staff is coordinated for breaks, vacations, etc. as well as for larger, division/program-wide projects, mailings, etc
  • Ensures that physician information is provided to and routinely updated with the Physician Referral Service
  • Prepares quarterly “Time and Effort” reports for all sponsored activities in order to ensure compliance with government guidelines
  • Facilitates completion of physician TEFRA reports as appropriate
  • Performs/coordinates special projects for OMFS Department Chief, physicians, Division Chief, or Executive Director for Surgery, as may arise from time-to-time
  • Serves as divisional representative on committees, and projects
  • Collaborates with Senior Vice President on projects, reporting and initiatives to develop, evaluate and market division services and programs
  • Masters degree in Healthcare, Business, or Public Health Administration or equivalent
  • Minimum of 5 to 7 years of directly related experience
  • Minimum of 2 years of prior supervisory experience
  • Time Management: Exceptional organizational skills and ability to organize time and priorities effectively, asking for direction when appropriate. Flexibility to work independently and to handle multiple tasks and deadline pressures
  • Quality Assurance: Skills to work efficiently and effectively and strive to do so in all aspects of position. Ability to effectively manage day-to-day operations, establish and maintain policies and procedures, monitor service statistics, manage patient flow and "front desk" operations, coordinate space and infrastructure issues, and ensure effective coordination of training programs. Ability to engender these skills among staff
  • Personnel Management: Ability to skillfully handle issues of sensitive nature with respect to confidentiality, abiding by institutional guidelines. Ability to recruit, train and supervise staff and to ensure that performance evaluations, payroll, employee changes and other HR transactions are completed in an accurate and timely manner. Ability to provide support, direction and development to staff
  • Professional knowledge: Extensive knowledge regarding financial, operational, research, and physician practice management, business planning, project management etc. Sufficient knowledge to improve, enhance, or upgrade complex financial, operational and technical systems
  • Leadership: Ability to identify issues/projects and initiates plans to address; Demonstrates forthrightness and integrity. Ability to develop a common vision for diverse constituents, engender teamwork, communicate effectively, sell ideas, and take ownership and responsibility for activities
  • Fiscal Responsibility: Effective financial and analytical skills, including ability to develop and monitor budgets, manage "front-end" billing, and review and address billing statistics and issues to ensure revenue maximization. Ability to ensure timely submission and review of budgets and performance evaluations
  • Critical Thinking/Decision Making: Ability to appropriately evaluate all aspects of a situation and to independently make appropriate and timely decisions
  • Information Systems/Technology Skills: Exceptional computer skills (including operating systems, word processing, database, electronic mail, Internet, spreadsheets, and other office management systems)
  • Safety/Compliance: Knowledge in all aspects of safety and ability to ensure a safe environment for patients, staff and laboratory subjects
  • Responsible for administrative oversight of all non-professional staff
  • Supervises (jointly with Chief) Practice Managers of MGH Dental Group, MGH OMFS/Dental Danvers practice, and Oral Surgery clinic along with the Program Manager for TESSCC. Is also directly responsible for the administrative Department staff of OMFS on Warren-12. Is lastly responsible for the overseeing, coordinating, organizing, and working with Divisional management staff and groups of individuals at all levels of the organization in conducting various projects
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assists the Chief in establishing Division/Program/Clinic policies and procedures. Evaluates, initiates, and implements various systems and procedures and revises them as necessary to maximize efficiency
  • Ensures the efficiency of the Division /Program/Clinics’ front desk operations: reception and registration functions, phone systems, patient flow, appointment scheduling, copayment collections, HIPAA compliance, etc
  • Addresses practice access issues with clinicians and support staff. Responds to and resolves customer complaints
  • Establishes and enforces fire and safety regulations for the office, following established protocols, and ensuring compliance with JCAHO, OSHA, HIPAA, and Hospital guidelines
  • Coordinates with Partners Information Resources Department to arrange for hardware/software installation, troubleshooting, system access, etc.; Serves as resource for Division/Program/Clinic members for questions related to information systems; Serves as custodian of any Division/Program/Clinic-owned software to ensure only authorized use and security
  • Conducts Division/Program/Clinic staff meetings to ensure dissemination of information and solicit input from all staff members related to policies and procedures, day-to-day operations, etc
  • Participates in monthly Department of Medicine meetings
  • Works with Executive Director to coordinate renovation projects
  • Monitors monthly Division/Program/Clinic statistics, including admissions data, ambulatory volume, etc., reviews with Chiefs and /physicians/group and Executive Director, and facilitates strategies for improvement in utilization etc
  • Collaborates closely with nursing leadership in Renal Associates, Hemodialysis Unit, Transplant and CAPD to achieve a continuum of care
  • Works collaboratively with the Administrative Director for the Transplant Center and as appropriate for operational issues in the kidney transplant program, budget development, etc
  • Provides supervision to and, jointly with the Chief, in responsible for the conduct, operations, and results of the non-professional staff. Coordinates with Human Resources for the interviewing, hiring, training, and disciplining of all service personnel (group practice and clinical units). Assigns and prioritizes workloads; evaluates and standardizes office procedures and effectively troubleshoots and resolves issues as they arise. Informs staff of Hospital and Departmental policies and procedures. Ensures that physicians are apprised of issues related to the support staff
  • Coordinates recruitment, appointment, group practice and third party credentialing/enrollment issues for all professional staff (physicians, fellows, post-doctoral fellows, nurse practitioners, etc.)
  • Prepares offer/acceptance letters, appointment packets, privileging forms, and visa applications and retains appropriate copies of materials sent
  • Prepares and processes professional staff appointment paperwork and visa applications (for physicians, scientific staff, clinical and research fellows, etc.)
  • Drafts and places advertisements, coordinates interview arrangements, ensures that search process complies with Harvard Medical School guidelines and prepares associated reports, assists with relocation plans, and prepares offer letters, contracts, and recruitment financial analyses
  • Follows-up with applicants, DOM Credentialing, Corporate International Office, Payroll, etc. to ensure timely completion of new hire on-boarding
  • Ensures processing of credentialing documents/managed care applications/clinical privileging forms; Coordinates with Credentialing Office and billing services to enroll group in managed care plans through the MGPO
  • Ensures quarterly “Time and Effort” reports are prepared for all sponsored activities in order to ensure compliance with government guidelines including TEFRA
  • Maintains files of current physician credentialing, including DEA certificates, license renewals, professional liability certificates, participation status/provider numbers with the various managed care plans, UPIN numbers, social security numbers, CVs, etc
  • Responsible for administrative aspects of the Dialysis Access Program, including developing and managing relationships with outside dialysis centers (e.g. Fresenius)
  • Participates in initiatives related to clinical performance management for the Nephrology Division
  • Develops business and marketing plans to promote the vision of the Nephrology Division and its associated units/programs. Works with Marketing Department and Department of Medicine to coordinate website development
  • Collaborates with DOM Executive Director and Finance Director to develop annual operating and capital budgets for MGPO, GH, and research funds within the Division /Program/Clinic
  • Monitors research, MGPO, GH and sundry Funds and within the Division /Program/Clinic. Responds to variances and ensures finances stay on budget
  • Develops and maintains a fiscal record keeping system and develops monthly status reports of research, GH, and MGPO funds
  • Manages individual and practice level physician compensation reporting
  • Reviews statements with Chief/physicians/group and Executive Director on as needed basis and recommends and implements measures for cost containment as appropriate
  • Works with Executive Director to approve all capital purchases
  • Coordinates strategic and business plan development
  • Assigns expenditures to funds as necessary
  • Meets as necessary, with the physician leaders, Executive Director, and DOM Finance Director regarding service finances
  • Ensures that ‘front-end’ financial procedures are coordinated and all services provided are monitored and tracked at the Unit/Program/Clinic level to ensure capture and timely submission to billing entity
  • Serves as a liaison to the MGH/MGPO Compliance Office; Ensures billing and HIPAA compliance and serves as a resource to physicians and staff related to compliance issues
  • Oversees activities of billing services to ensure timely/maximized collections; Meets regularly with billing liaison(s) to analyze information and resolve issues
  • Coordinates with billing service(s) to develop billing policies and procedures
  • Maintains office cash collection procedures
  • Tracks physician activity and revenues for services provided in all locations
  • Performs billing analyses and reporting and reviews with Chief/physicians on a monthly basis. Prepares financial projections and monitors performance relative to projections
  • Analyzes trends and areas of opportunity/liability
  • Works with Chief, physicians, Executive Director, Finance Director and Professional Billing Office/MGPO Physician Reimbursement to ensure that revenues are maximized and practice fees are consistent with marketplace. Identify ways for revenue enhancement and implement changes as necessary
  • Prepares, processes, approves Check Request Forms for payment of invoices and reimbursements for travel and other out-of-pocket purchases
  • Identifies and evaluates mechanisms to improve costs, distribution of work among staff, and work schedules. Makes recommendations to Chief/Executive Director
  • Reviews salary and wage issues. Works with Executive Director and Chief to evaluate performance and develop and implement pay-for-performance plans; Provides corrective action as necessary; Ensures that all service performance evaluations are performed in a timely manner and in compliance with Hospital and Departmental pay-for-performance plans
  • Serves as Division/Program/Clinic resource for issues related to professional and non-professional staff benefits
  • Serves as Division/Program/Clinical ‘Timekeeper’ for Kronos Time Reporting and Payroll System; enters Weekly employee time information and associated transactions (earned-time cash outs, ESL usage, etc.)
  • Approves time off requests and ensures adequate coverage for areas of responsibility
  • Coordinates with Human Resources, MGPO Office, Executive Directors, Payroll, and Research Finance Offices for processing of all employee changes
  • Performs ‘investment analysis’ for new physician recruitment. Communicate timeline and plan with Chief and new physician to ensure joint understanding of expectations regarding patient volume, productivity, grant funding, and Division support
  • Oversees development and monitoring of research project budgets in collaboration with Divisional research administrators and Principal Investigators
  • Assures that Divisional research administrators and investigators are conversant with institutional research policies and procedures, including appropriate application for and maintenance of necessary IRB or IACUC approvals, protection of intellectual property and compliance with PHS and HMS policies on Conflict of Interest
  • Assures that changes in research policies and procedures are appropriately communicated to Divisional administrators, staff and Principal Investigators
  • Works with Chief and Principal Investigators to identify and support development of appropriate areas of research, including assistance with related recruitments and acquisition of required resources
  • Works collaboratively with Research Management and Compliance as necessary to ensure the appropriate fiduciary responsibility of the research enterprise for the Division
  • Responsible for the oversight of program development activities for the Nephrology Division
  • Masters degree in Business, Finance, Administration or equivalent
  • Minimum of 3 years of prior supervisory experience
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Administrative Director, Senior Resume Examples & Samples

  • Recruit, train, supervise and ensure professional development of non-professional staff members (Administrative Directors, Administrative Managers, etc.) and acts as a resource for professional staff members
  • Provides direct supervision to and is responsible for the conduct, operations, and results of the professional and non-professional staff
  • Coordinates with Human Resources and managers in the recruitment, interviewing, hiring, training, disciplining and discharge of all personnel
  • Develops clear managerial roles within the Division for those with direct reporting relationships to the incumbent. Assigns and prioritizes tasks and workloads for each of these managers
  • Works with the Executive Director to ensure appropriate staffing ratios
  • Evaluates and standardizes procedures and effectively troubleshoots and resolves issues as they arise. Ensures education of all staff about policy and procedural changes
  • Reviews salary and wage issues, works with the Chief, Executive Director and Human Resources staff to evaluate performance, develop and implement compensation plans and undertake corrective action as necessary. Ensures that all performance evaluations are completed in a timely manner and in compliance with hospital and Divisional policies and procedures
  • Serves as Divisional resource for issues related to professional and non-professional staff benefits
  • Evaluates and standardizes procedures and effectively troubleshoots and resolves issues as they arise. Responsible for making managers aware of policy and procedure changes
  • Develops and implements change management programs including efficiency and resource utilization projects
  • Oversees GIM education programs
  • Provides administrative oversight for the Fellowship Training Program
  • Keeps current with institutional policy updates developed by the Executive Committee on Teaching and Education and communicates these changes to the trainees, as appropriate
  • Oversees the financial management of training programs, including implementing and ensuring compliance with professional billing activities, as applicable
  • Ensures that non-professional staff are in compliance with hospital and JCAHO policies with regards to their initial orientation and training requirements
  • Facilitates, coordinates, and encourages continuing education for management, clinical and administrative support staff
  • Maintains an inventory of all research activities being conducted throughout the Division
  • Oversees the management of research project budgets ensuring appropriate expenditures and avoidance of fund deficits Assures that Divisional research administrators and investigators are conversant with institutional research policies and procedures, including appropriate application for and maintenance of necessary IRB or IACUC approvals, protection of intellectual property and compliance with PHS and HMS policies on Conflict of Interest. Assures that changes in research policies and procedures are appropriately communicated to Divisional administrators, staff and Principal Investigators
  • Exceptional organizational skills and the flexibility to handle multiple tasks and deadline pressures
  • Ability to provide support, direction and development to staff at all levels, including management and physician staff
  • Effective financial and analytical skills, including budget development, grant and contract management
  • Excellent interpersonal/communications skills and political savvy and discretion to address difficult or sensitive issues
  • Exceptional computer skills (including operating systems, word processing, database, electronic mail, Internet, and spreadsheets) required
  • Effective leadership skills to initiate activities, direct and manage teams, professional and non-professional staff, etc
  • Able to handle sensitive and confidential issues
  • 5 direct reports
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Minimum four (4) years of experience in an integrated delivery system or multi-service provider network required including minimum of three (3) years in program management
  • Demonstrated ability to deliver and contract for health care services in a continuing care setting
  • Demonstrated ability to utilize communication, presentation, leadership, analytical and problem solving skills
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and manage through influence and change
  • Knowledge of federal and state laws and regulations such as Knox-Keene Act, Federal HMO Act, Public Employee's Medical and Hospital Act, JACHO, and all applicable Medicare and Medi-Cal regulations
  • Must have exceptional interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to lead change and effectively manage conflict
  • Excellent analytic skill,
  • Excellent working knowledge of desktop computer productivity tools
  • Knowledge of CMS, Joint Commission, CADP, and other regulatory and compliance requirements
  • Knowledge of safety strategies
  • Knowledge of quality improvement methodologies
  • Must demonstrate extraordinary levels of customer service and transmit these behaviors to the entire case management team
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills; written and verbal communication skills, ability to interact effectively at all levels of the organization from senior management to bedside staff
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • A Bachelor's Degree in business, health administration or related field, advanced degree preferred
  • Seven (7) years progressive experience in hospital operations with at least five (5) years in a management role, preferably in an academic medical center
  • Highly organized with the ability to engage in many projects simultaneously
  • Leads others by setting a positive and performance-driven example
  • Excellent analytical skills and judgment
  • Data driven and goal oriented
  • Model of excellence in customer service
  • Superb interpersonal skills and able to liaise with faculty and staff at all levels
  • Excellent listening skills and desire to learn something new every day
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Administrative Director Illinois Central Laboratory Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s Degree in medical field required, advanced degree preferred
  • 10 years of progressive management and technical experience in a laboratory environment with leadership experience in an integrated lab preferred
  • Knowledge of LIS systems
  • Proven record of leading change, process improvement, and cost management initiatives, automation of laboratory pre-analytical and analytical processes
  • Skilled in laboratory data analytics
  • Strong strategic planning skills needed
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Senior Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinates administrative functions. Plans and supports program development of the department/ division across both North Shore University Hospital and LIJ
  • Reviewing comprehensiveness of programs on an ongoing basis and develops strategies for program adaptation to market changes
  • Preparing reports and documents for CON applications. Plans and coordinates construction projects
  • Monitoring program components relative to criteria by regulatory agencies
  • Working in collaboration with the Research Institute to oversee the research operations
  • Demonstrates ability to manage department/division in a fiscally responsible manner
  • Develops and presents annual departmental fund budgets for the department, including forecasting of revenue trends and expense analyses
  • Supports or may assist with key revenue cycle functions, including but not limited to: scheduling, verification of insurance and demographic, co-pay collection, charge capture and referral management
  • Understands the department/division's fiscal responsibility in supporting research initiatives
  • Hires, trains, disciplines and supervises staff. Evaluates performance and ensures efficiency in their roles. Completes appraisals on a timely basis
  • Oversees scheduling (vacation, holidays) and ensures adequate coverage at all times. Performs related personnel functions
  • Ensures team members understand their roles and responsibilities. Supports continued growth of the team and offers opportunities for advancement
  • May collaborate with the Faculty Practice Plan to optimize billing practices and collection of Part B revenues
  • Keeps abreast of all billing, coding and reimbursement related issues as they apply to the division, and facilitates staff education in regard to these changes
  • Oversees and coordinates residency and fellowship programs
  • Ensures compliance with JCAHO, NYS DOH, Public Health Law, Institutional and departmental rules and regulations, and makes certain these are properly and completely addressed in the Policy and Procedure Manual
  • Ensures department/division adheres to system Corporate Compliance Program, HIPAA regulations and all other regulatory standards
  • Identifies quality benchmarks utilizing regional and national data to monitor programmatic quality and identify opportunities for improvemen
  • Master's Degree in Business Administration, Health Care Administration or related field, required
  • Extensive knowledge of the health care marketplace, financial analysis, current reimbursement issues, budgets, and operational analysis required
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Administrative Director of House Supervisors Resume Examples & Samples

  • Reports to work on time and is ready to start work
  • Utilizes appropriate resources to complete assignments within allocated time period
  • Performs accurately and in a timely manner in periods of increased work-loads and high stress
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ensures unit operations and employees are in compliance with policies and procedures defined by Carolinas Healthcare System and all applicable regulatory agency standards
  • Organizes and coordinates all functions to provide for a smooth cost effective operation and allocates resources as necessary
  • Accepts responsibility in the recruitment, interview, selection and retention of qualified personnel
  • Promotes staff development through education, performance evaluation and identification of goals to enhance growth
  • Functions as a team member to accomplish goals of department and Carolinas Healthcare System
  • Participates in performance improvement activities
  • Conducts staff meetings at appropriate intervals to exchange information and promote dialogue
  • Maintains clinical proficiency and assists with treatments or procedures as necessary, per license and competency
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master’s degree preferred in business, hospital administration, public health or related field
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in management level position is preferred
  • Lean Certification - Experience and proven success in process redesign methodology
  • Superior communication, management and administrative skills are essential
  • A working knowledge of PCs, medical terminology and human anatomy is also required
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ensures Training and Education programs for all employees to meet requirements for effective operation as measured by full compliance with and passing of all audits. Includes development and maintenance of ‘standard operating procedures&#8217
  • Works collaboratively and effectively with the program Medical Director
  • Manages operations to align with System strategic priorities and growth expectations
  • Monitors and effectively communicates industry trends and opportunities; anticipates potential trends as well as potential threats or opportunities
  • Benchmarks to “best in class” programs to identify improvements in operational excellence
  • Optimizes and ensures tools and resources are available to support volume and service demands
  • Assesses program needs, develops short and long term goals, and prioritizes actions to achieve goals
  • Effectively manages and cultivates internal and external relationships
  • Ensures tools and operations support a seamless and optimal patient experience
  • Collaborates with Corporate Communications, Marketing & Outreach to develop marketing campaigns with measurable results
  • Monitors client relationships and ensures a high level of service excellence
  • Identifies services requiring outside support; manages contract relationships with vendors
  • Effectively works with international embassies and agencies to develop business relations that result in patients selecting CHS for their care
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Administrative Director, Imaging Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • 0 Human Resource Management - Effectively using established processes to: select, align, develop, motivate, manage, and retain a team of highly skilled managers and staff
  • 0 Excellence in Service and Clinical Quality - Achieving seamless delivery of quality patient care and safety, excellence in patient experience and customer service
  • 0 Organizational Leadership - Providing leadership and accomplishing objectives by ensuring the integration of processes and initiatives while modeling collaboration
  • 3-4 years of experience in a leadership position in healthcare
  • 1 year of prior management experience in an integrated healthcare system
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree in business
  • Ten to fifteen years of progressive responsibility in managing projects and governance support to senior leadership
  • Ten to Fifteen years progressive experience, managing complex healthcare administrative projects and business units. Specific experience working with executive teams, matrix leadership across a region or enterprise
  • Master degree preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and implement strategic initiatives with emphasis on solutions that provide business value
  • Must be able to think globally and ensure that the strategic goals of the Swedish Institutes are aligned with the goals of the organization as well as how Swedish interacts with other business entities and regional structures
  • Data collection, analysis skills
  • Must have proven ability to interact and communicate to all levels of the organization
  • Demonstrated organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills and the agility to manage shifting priorities are critical for this position
  • Must have demonstrated experience with system processes and able to utilize available resources independently
  • Demonstrates Swedish Health Services’ Mission, Vision and Core Values to customers, employees and visitors; and provides quality services in the performance of work assignments and duties. Understands and aligns with the Core System Strategy. Sees self as a values driven leader, an example and role model of always living the values
  • Demonstrated ability to work on several projects or issues simultaneously and the ability to prioritize
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Administrative Director of Pediatrics & Neonatal Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master’s degree in nursing or related field required
  • Five (5) years’ experience in management, preferable in a hospital setting with experience to include management of personnel, payroll, budgets, capital, business planning, marketing, and physician relations
  • Neonatal care experience preferred
  • Current RN license in the State of Texas or compact license
  • American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers
  • Certification in clinical specialty or leadership, highly preferred
  • PALS or NRP, preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to manage, plan, and communicate programs that follow the mission and success indicators to improve or enhance the quality, efficiency and/or effectiveness of patient care within the product line
  • Must have knowledge of Neonatal critical care nursing and the ability to drive the professional practice of nursing and develop a participative environment that supports nursing advocacy
  • Ability to interact effectively with various groups or one-on-one, including with physicians partners.Excellent communication/articulation skills
  • Must have the ability to drive unit performance in alignment with hospital strategic and quality goals
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • A bachelor’s degree is required with 5+ years of higher education experience in administration or academic affairs
  • Three years of demonstrated administrative experience including supervision of staff or students
  • A PhD and experience working in an ethnic-studies-related field is strongly preferred
  • Experience with some combination of the following is important: event planning, curricular planning, research, and student services
  • Experience with or ability to learn Harvard applications including HCOM, Open Scholar, my.harvard, and HUBS
  • Experience with a variety of computer applications including Acrobat Pro and Microsoft Office
  • Must be well-organized, proactive in work style, and have the ability/flexibility to handle multiple projects simultaneously and prioritize accordingly
  • The ability to work independently is essential, as is a strength in networking and building professional relationships
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Transplant Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Prior transplant administrative experience
  • Clinical background
  • Master’s Degree (an MBA/MHA) or related Master’s degree
  • Seven or more years of experience in healthcare administration with supervisory managerial capacity
  • Proven track record of collaborative and consensus building skills
  • Experience working closely and collaborating with physicians to drive strategic/business planning and financial and operational performance
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Approves all hiring and discharge of hospital and contract employees; evaluates work of subordinate managers and supervisors
  • Oversees operation of each of the department assigned through subordinate managers and supervisors
  • Bachelor's degree required. Master’s degree preferred or equivalent education and experience
  • Seven years of experience in health care finance or administration; experience in strategic planning and execution, formulating policy, building and developing financial plans, managing resources and leading successful teams
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide administrative support to the SHS Associate Deans
  • Performs the administrative aspects of the Inter-professional Education Projects
  • Review/edit the School of Health Science Student Handbook
  • Review/edit the Departmental Student Handbooks
  • Maintenance of the School of Health Sciences Catalog
  • Coordination of 23rd Street external room requests
  • Assist in the planning and execution of conferences, workshops, and promotional and alumni events
  • Assist in updating the website as needed, monitor social media platforms; work closely with Communications and Marketing teams
  • Assist in coordination and management of the development of brochures for SHS programs
  • Work with the Chairs on calendars for the School of Health Science
  • Coordinate the room assignments for the Bay Shore Campus and the Manhattan Campus
  • Perform other job- related duties as assigned
  • Must be highly organized and self-motivated
  • Thorough knowledge of higher education processes
  • Must be a strong decision maker providing leadership and acting with limited supervision
  • Outstanding communications skills and a demonstrated ability to work with multiple and varied constituencies
  • Must be able to work simultaneously on several high-priority tasks in a multi-tasking environment
  • Demonstrated ability to trouble shoot and think creatively
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ten (10) years of progressive accounting & finance experience within the healthcare industry, of which at least five (5) years must be in managing one or more Finance departments demonstrating oversight, fully competent grasp of subject matter, and team management responsibilities
  • Knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
  • Thorough knowledge and understanding of the principles, processes, and regulations affecting financial operations
  • Broad knowledge of all areas of Finance, including operations, regulatory requirements, case management, billing, etc. to achieve the Hospital's business goals
  • Knowledge of multiple system platforms used throughout the organization to include: provider, ancillary, HR, and financial systems. (i.e. Lawson and/or McKesson Star)
  • Supervisory and team management skills, and the ability to coordinate and successfully manage the work of the team
  • Solid teamwork and interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively communicate with customers, employees, and senior management
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to present and discuss technical information in a way that establishes rapport, persuades others, and gains understanding
  • Strong business planning, analytical, and conceptual skills
  • Exceptional project management skills, including the ability to effectively deploy resources and manage multiple projects of various diverse scope in a cross-functional environment
  • Strong administrative skills with effectiveness in developing tasks and managing resources to achieve targets/goals
  • Ability to be an enthusiastic, positive leader and a productive team player
  • Ability to represent the Hospital professionally to outside and/or customer contacts
  • The ability to predict, analyze, and manage cultural and business practice changes within the organization to drive unit objectives
  • Dynamic leadership ability to develop and energize multidiscipline, high-performance work teams to learn and apply new skills/techniques to business needs
  • Ability to exercise independent judgment and creative problem-solving techniques in highly complex environment using leading-edge technology and/or diverse user systems
  • Ability to develop solutions to solve problems and seize opportunities for sustaining business success
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collaborates with human resources and employee relations to promote a culture of safety in the emergency services department
  • Demonstrates critical care knowledge to lead the department in achieving and sustaining excellence in nursing care in high acuity
  • Demonstrates administrative/managerial competency in leading patient care departments including strategic planning and business planning for the development of the staff and the patient care services
  • Ensures that the delivery of patient care and the nursing practice are in compliance with patient safety policies and procedures, risk management standards and legal requirements of nursing licensing boards, regulatory agencies and accrediting agencies
  • Proactively monitors and plans budget for appropriate allocation of resources and efficient productivity
  • Develops, allocates, administers and evaluates the ETC nursing budget process and day-to-day patient care operations as it involves departmental revenue and expenses
  • Delegates, directs and supervises appropriate aspects of the budget process to Nurse Manager(s), Administrative Supervisor(s) and/or appropriate designee
  • Chairs and/or participates at meeting committees, councils, task force for the purpose of accomplishing the departmental and organizational goals and objectives and maintaining excellence in patient care
  • Performs Nurse Leader Rounding to monitor patient experience, to identify opportunities for improving the patient experience and to promote a culture of excellence in nursing delivery of care
  • In collaboration with the Administrator of Patient Care, works on strategies to promote patient experience such as coaching on hourly rounding and rounding with purpose
  • In collaboration with the Administrator of Patient Care and the Administrative Director of Service Excellence, monitors, evaluates and promotes behaviors that insure a positive and safe patient experience of quality care
  • Participates in the development of the annual Performance Improvement plan based on organizational priorities, the ANA Nursing Sensitive Indicators and other initiatives as determined by service line teams
  • Based on collaborative analysis of the data, leads management team to develop plans for improvement and assure sustainable compliance
  • Ensures Nurse Manager(s) and Administrative Supervisor(s) accountability for ongoing CQI monitoring
  • Directs and Supervises Nursing Instructor(s) Unit Based Performance Improvement and assists in creating and approving an action plan to address opportunities and hardwire required change
  • Monitors departmental nursing indicators to assure a culture of accountability and promote patient safety by hardwiring evidence based nursing practices at the 'bed side'
  • In collaboration with the Nurse Manager(s) and Administrative Supervisor(s), determines scheduling and staffing patterns to ensure appropriate distribution of personnel resources, monitoring of scheduling patterns/ practices and monitoring of over utilization of personnel resources
  • Creates a work environment that ensures inter and intra departmental systems/processes are efficient and effective in alleviating work intensity at the unit level
  • Acts as a 'Retention Officer' to insure that high quality staff are recruited and retained
  • Promotes staff satisfaction by engaging in reward and recognition and by collaborating with the Unit Based Council
  • Ensures staff attends appropriate orientation programs and ongoing clinical education to meet performance expectations
  • Establishes corrective action plans for sustained resolution of identified problems
  • Ensures all nursing research activities are directed through the Research council and when appropriate through the IRB
  • Ensures that the Standards of Care and the Standards of Professional Performance, as developed by the ANCC are framework for all decision-making and program development for the Department of Patient Care
  • Collaborates with the Department of Patient Experience and Service Excellence to ensure a culture of accountability and excellent patient experience
  • Maintains effective leadership abilities, including the ability to develop and evaluate options, recommend solutions and implement change in a positive forward-thinking manner
  • Identifies the needs of the patient population served and modifies and delivers care that is specific to those needs (i.e., age, culture, language, hearing and/or visually impaired, etc.). This process includes communicating with the patient, parent, and/or primary caregiver(s) at their level (developmental/age, educational, literacy, etc.)
  • Adheres to the standards identified in the Medical Center's Organizational and Managerial Competencies
  • Graduate of a NLN/AACN accredited program in nursing
  • Masters in nursing or related health field
  • A minimum of five years management experience in an acute care setting
  • Minimum of 5 year experience in emergency nursing or critical care nursing
  • NJ State Professional Registered Nurse License
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Administrative Director, Humccp Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinates and directs the development and implementation of annual operating and capital budgets related to joint ventures
  • Develops and maintains written policies and procedures that govern operations
  • Recruits, hires and supervises competent division, community and department management
  • Interprets, communicates and assures the implementation of the organization's mission, vision and values
  • Acts as a role model for all Medical Center Standards of Behavior and Managerial Competencies
  • Works collaboratively with Administrative Director on operationalizing new practices for HUMCCP
  • Oversees the administrative operations of HUMCCP
  • Ensures the service operates under the institution's compliance program
  • Interacts with HUMC Cardiovascular Partners practice staff to coordinate billing and collection for service
  • Facilitates the administrative coordination for the needs of the physicians (i.e. computer access and training, lab coats, parking passes, pagers, etc.)
  • Liaison with third party billing and other vendors supporting HUMCCP
  • Collaborates with internal and external customers and others as appropriate to meet the needs of employed cardiologist programs' staff
  • Prepares for the acquisition, processing, and entry of HUMCCP program data, including the acquisition of patient records for utilization and quality review
  • Identifies cost savings opportunities in the employed cardiologists operations
  • Maintains communication and record keeping in compliance with HIPAA, JCAHO and other accrediting organization standards to assure quality performance in Cardiology
  • Provides information relative to cost management and expense control to senior management
  • Partners with the billing department to ensure the integrity of employed cardiologists-hospital interfaces
  • Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with patients, medical staff, and the community
  • Prepares annual budget, analyzes financial patterns, and prepares practice profit and loss statements
  • Adheres to the standards identified in the Medical Center's Organizational & Managerial Competencies
  • Participates in developing community outreach programs
  • Committees as assigned by Medical Director HUMCCP
  • Master's degree in healthcare administration preferred; Bachelors required
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in healthcare management including financial management
  • Experience in joint venture development and strategic planning
  • Knowledge of clinic financial and budgetary practices to assist in the development of an annual. budget, analyze financial data and patterns, and prepare practice profit and loss statements
  • A thorough knowledge of all governmental and healthcare fiscal regulations and reporting requirements
  • Exercises a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion, and decision-making skills to achieve objectives
  • Ability to evaluate operations as they relate to policies, objectives, costs, and rate levels
  • Ability to communicate effectively and clearly and delegate responsibility and authority to staff
  • Ability to create an atmosphere that encourages motivation, innovation, and high performance
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Oversees operations of Care Management programs. Develops staff performance plans, provides regular performance feedback, manages direct reports and performs personnel actions in accordance with policy & procedure. Model and inculcate organizational values. Develop and implement leadership succession plans
  • Represents Care Management with payer and utilization-related private contracts, public program contracts and applicable federal and state regulatory mandates to assure performance and compliance with regulatory, insurance and ethical standards regarding safety of patients, employees and property; identifies contingency plans to deal with potential risks
  • Resolves problems and improves services by maintaining cooperative working relationships with regulatory agencies, department heads, vendors, consultants, physicians, community-based partners and sub-contracted entities
  • Establishes goals and objectives for care management based on strategic and operational plans in accordance with organizational and organizational and departmental strategic initiatives and goals
  • Develops policies and procedures for all Care Management programs to meet current strategic needs and to anticipate future strategic changes
  • Conducts research and analysis of new technologies in order to improve services, reduce costs and increase revenue
  • Formulates and recommends annual operation and capital budget and staffing levels to senior management and Finance
  • Accept and perform other duties as assigned
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Overall management for the P50 NIH/FDA Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science (TCORS) Grant titled “Improved Models to Inform Tobacco Product Regulation” which is $2.6M in direct costs annually for five years that was awarded September, 2013 and has a competing renewal in process. The P50 grant administration includes oversight of financial management for 12+ projects and cores that involve as many Key PI’s and corresponding Administrative staff and financial analysts who are involved with fulfilling the requirements of the P50 grant. Biannual progress reports for the P50 Grant are required by the NIH/FDA and the AD provides oversight for that process coordinated by the Operations Manager who also assists with the administrative support. Additional collaboration also occurs with many of the 14 National TCORS Centers in the U.S. and the AD provides oversight of CTCRE staff coordination of said visits
  • Oversees the P50 Developmental/Pilot Projects solicitation process to generate award proposals for pilot funds from the P50 grant for each year with an average of $210K annually awarded. The UCSF Resource Allocation Program (RAP) solicits biannually for new pilot project applications and the AD interfaces with that process and coordinates with the Executive Committee so that award decisions are made each year for Fall and Spring new project awards. That process involves additional financial oversight for the selected new pilot projects to the P50 grant
  • Participating as a key member of the management team responsible for the successful management of strategic CTCRE initiatives impacting recruitment and retention of the highest quality of postdoctoral fellows, researchers and staff. Three junior faculty positions were added recently and the AD is responsible for management of joint funding, coordinating recruitment and ongoing administration
  • Ensuring fiscal health of the CTCRE: Preparing and monitoring budgets and oversight of financial projections. Advising Directors in resource allocation decisions. Ensuring that no financial overdrafts occur
  • Interfacing with other professionals to extend the reach of the CTCRE through efforts with attendance of National and World conferences, the press, and continuing outreach with CTCRE alumni and attendees of the CTCRE international training programs
  • Managing of the business operations, staff and academic personnel administration, student affairs, international students and scholars’ office, information technology, instructional support, safety and liability, collection management, space use and facility maintenance, and administrative policies and procedures
  • Serving as key contact point with World Health Organization for CTCRE’s role as a WHO Collaborating Center in Tobacco Control Policy, including drafting annual reports to WHO
  • Responsible for the annual week-long International Tobacco Control training program which interfaces closely with the Johns Hopkins Leadership Training program and provides oversight for other trainings provided by the CTCRE interacting with staff and faculty who contribute to such programs
  • Provides administrative oversight for the SF CAN project which is comprised of three threads (aka Projects), and six PI managed sub-projects. Prepares monthly minutes, attends steering committee meetings, organizes annual progress reports and provides oversight of spending and reporting
  • Supervises a team of administrative staff including the Operations Manager, Fellowship Coordinator and Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science Analyst
  • Interfaces with the Library Administrative team related to joint documents projects that involve archiving collections of new documents and grant-related issues
  • Provides substantial liaison with the national Advisory Committee board creating an annual report on Center activities and a world-class annual symposium entitled “It’s About a Billion Lives” (the estimated number of preventable deaths world-wide for this century)
  • BA/BS degree in related area and five or more years of increasing operational management experience in a public health setting, (preferably within an Academic Center), or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Advanced degree in administration, planning, or another related field, or equivalent level of education and experience
  • Experience developing and supporting collaborative relationships with vendors and external agencies
  • Superior analytical skills to conduct planning for all operational, resource and program needs
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills including the ability to deal with diverse issues and personalities and the ability to interact effectively with a variety of people at all organizational levels within and outside the CTCRE
  • Management style that emphasizes teamwork, communication, collegiality, flexibility and trust
  • Demonstrated ability to handle a variety of tasks with a high degree of accuracy and ability to set priorities when confronted with competing requests. Ability to establish short and long term goals and objectives, used informed judgment, recommend alternatives and solve problems
  • Planning for optimal use of existing resources and find creative ways to obtain additional resources
  • Extensive knowledge of the UC policies and systems and national and international tobacco control policies and programs
  • Working knowledge of regulations governing the financial administration of federal and state government research contracts and grants
  • Experience in leading a center’s administrative operation
  • Ability to provide leadership and influence others. Strong supervisory and management experience
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor's degree in related area and / or equivalent experience / training
  • Seven years of related management experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Broad knowledge of the organization’s processes, protocols and procedures with a focus on budget, account and fund management and / or personnel management under labor contract(s) and personnel policy
  • Broad knowledge of financial analysis and reporting techniques; human resources and risk management planning; and / or accounting and payroll
  • Broad knowledge of common organization-specific and other computer application programs
  • Skills to work collaboratively with other locations
  • Skills in organization and customer service to effectively manage multiple important priorities
  • Proven skills to quickly evaluate complex issues and identify multiple options for resolution
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills; ability to influence / persuade all levels of staff
  • Proven ability to organize department work functions in an efficient and effective manner
  • Experience managing and/or overseeing facility maintenance operations and personnel in a research related facility
  • Master’s degree in business administration, finance, organizational development or related field
  • Experience managing training grants, California Institute of Regeneration Medicine or other large sponsored projects
  • Experience with UC and UCSF system-wide policies and procedures regarding financial, contractual, administrative, construction design, environmental health and safety, fire safety, space utilization, and facilities management procedures
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Senior Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Operational Performance
  • Master's Degree in Nursing or related field, required. Either Master's or Bachelor's Degree must be in Nursing
  • Minimum of ten (10) years experience including five (5) years nursing experience and a minimum of five (5) years progressive management experience, required
  • Extensive knowledge of the health care marketplace, financial analysis, budgets, and operational analysis, required
  • Demonstrated leadership, communication and interpersonal skills, required
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collaborates with various technology and support units across the university to advance design, development and evaluation
  • Keeps abreast of emerging practices and technologies related to the Center administration
  • Significant experience working with financial accounting/reconciliation or a related field
  • Previous experience in managing professional support staff (full time, temp and/or contract)
  • In-depth experience in financial and Human Resource Management
  • Excellent interpersonal and communications skills, ability to facilitate teamwork, ability to work well in a collegial relationship with faculty, staff, and students, and ability to be flexible yet highly motivated
  • High level of independence and initiative and the ability to multi-task
  • Human Resources recruiting, onboarding and data processing training/experience
  • Experience in ensuring compliance with university financial guidelines
  • Experience with PeopleAdmin and PeopleSoft (or similar program) Human Resources actions
  • Experience in utilizing Wolfpack Reporting Systems or a similar financial reporting system
  • Experience in PeopleSoft Human Resources or a similar HRIS system
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Administrative Director, Outpatient Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master's Degree or current enrollment in a Master's program required
  • Strong hospital experience required, HCA experience preferred
  • Business Development and operations experience preferred
  • Outpatient hospital services experience preferred
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evaluate the education and technical experience of personnel to meet federal and state codes
  • Responsible for hiring, evaluation, disciplinary action of all personnel
  • Prepares capital, supply and salary budgets. Reviews for appropriateness, accuracy and corrective action. Stays within budget guidelines
  • Prepares annual goals/objectives. Submits reports within established times
  • Ensures that all federal, state and city permits/licenses required for operation are maintained
  • Gathers/prepares statistical and operational questionnaires for accreditation agencies. Ensures laboratory compliance with standards to maintain accreditation
  • Oversees implementation, performance, enhancements to laboratory computer system
  • Review/approves all purchase requisitions
  • Responsible for the development, implementation of quality assurance program to meet established standards. Submits reports within established times
  • Initiates and utilizes audits to effectively analyze and upgrade quality and quantity of work performed throughout the department
  • Responsible for space/design of laboratory for effective workflow
  • Develops solutions or responses to problems, incidents, complaints in timely manner consistent with hospital policy
  • Oversees chemical hygiene/safety programs. Responsible for training according to OSHA standards. Development and review of required manuals. Member of hospital safety committee
  • Responsible for continued growth of private laboratory. Oversees billing, marketing and statistical reports
  • Responsible for design/development of all forms/reports and requisitions used. Ensures compliance with all established standards
  • Works with Chairperson to review, implement or discontinue laboratory testing procedures according to current technology and medical needs. Ensures turnaround time standards are maintained and improved
  • Maintains professional growth by attending at least four technical or managerial seminars or workshops annually
  • Reviews and updates test expense and CPT codes to optimize reimbursement
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Clinical background (i.e RN, NP, PA)
  • Pediatric or Women’s Health administration experience
  • Master’s Degree
  • A minimum of seven years’ managerial experience in healthcare administration with a proven track record of collaborative and consensus building
  • Strong organizational, analytical and communication skills
  • Experience collaborating with physicians to drive strategic/business planning and financial and operational performance
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Oncology administration experience
  • Clinical background (i.e RN, NP, PA,)
  • Master’s Degree (an MBA/MHA)
  • A minimum of seven years’ managerial experience in healthcare administration
  • Demonstrated leadership experience in clinical operations driving strategic and business planning, financial and operational performance
  • Strong organizational, analytical and communication skills with a proven track record of collaborative and consensus building
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Assistant Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s Degree and/or Paralegal Certificate and 3 years to 5 years of experience within a law firm, legal services organization, or corporate legal department, or equivalent combination of education and experience is required
  • Must possess demonstrated supervisory experience
  • Must have strong technology skills and familiarity with case and document management software, such as iManage/FileSite or comparable products. Advanced level of proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Adobe and Sharepoint) is required
  • Spanish language proficiency is a plus
  • Possesses excellent interpersonal, communication and customer service skills. Must be reliable, have a strong work ethic and bring initiative and enthusiasm to his/her work
  • Enjoys working in a fast paced environment, is able to multi-task and operates successfully under pressure
  • Works successfully independently, but also is able to work collaboratively within the department and with colleagues in the law school, and also outside partners
  • Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills are a necessity
  • Models professional behavior, and values being a mentor to students and staff. Enjoys developing and fostering staff professional growth
  • Understands and observes all professional obligations, including client confidentiality
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Proven ability to relate well to and work effectively with all levels of the organization including faculty, clinical staff, and front desk personnel; Excellent interpersonal and negotiation skills
  • A true commitment to and passion for excellent patient care and access
  • Ability to work within a team setting and foster collaboration
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Clinics Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Personnel Management: Personnel hiring, training, and management of student employee Clinic Assistants, Billing Specialist, and Student Therapists
  • Financial / Funding Sources: Financial management of clinic revenues and expenses, payment questions, billing issues, monthly P-card, monthly deposits to University, generating reports, managing contracts, relationships, and regulations with Medicaid, Medicare, and grants
  • Addressing Questions and Problem Solving: Answer questions of student therapists, clinic assistants, faculty members, clients, and staff. Solving large and small problems that arise in the clinic regularly
  • Operations: Oversee daily operations of the community mental health psychology training clinic, initiate, implement, and communicate improvements to operations to stakeholders
  • Physical Space: supplies, décor, organization, improvements, maintenance
  • Technology: Manage electronic medical record system called Titanium including maintenance updates and improvements; Maintenance of session recording equipment that is in each of the 20+ therapy rooms, with assistance from the GSPP and University technology resources; Oversight of phones, computers, scanners, copiers, printers in the clinic
  • Understanding of basic bookkeeping and a high level of accuracy in all financial record keeping. Needs to create all clinic deposits and track the financial records created by the student workforce and balance and make necessary corrections to the cash, check and credit card records prior to submitting records to Banner
  • Knowledge of management principles and skills
  • Clear and careful reasoning ability is essential when writing and implementing operating procedures for the clinic staff and student therapists
  • Familiarity with HIPAA regulations
  • Additional skills needed in the areas of budget management (in collaboration with other staff members), Banner (University system), billing, special contracts, ongoing hiring and training of regularly changing clinic staff
  • Ability to quickly learn and navigate Titanium, the Electronic Medical Record System as this position will oversee use of Titanium electronic medical record system (scheduling and charting software)
  • Some experience with government insurance programs such as Medicaid, Medicare, VA Choice, Tri-Care, State/Federal Grants (billing, supervising, liaison with programs and organization)
  • Strong ability to multi-task
  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills, including effectively providing feedback with a wide variety of stakeholders
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
  • Must be very patient, flexible, and skilled in training student therapists on the operations of the clinic
  • Clear, focused, and effective problem solving skills are critical
  • A mental health related Bachelor's degree (Psychology, Social Work, etc.), Bachelor's degree in Healthcare Administration, or a Bachelor's degree in a related field
  • Management/Leadership experience
  • Employee training experience
  • Licensed mental health provider, or license eligible, in Colorado
  • 2-3 years of direct experience working as an administrative professional or manager within a clinical setting
  • Clinic/Community mental health experience
  • List of 3 references
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Administrative Director, Iacuc Administration Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintain institutional compliance with all applicable federal, state and local animal welfare laws, regulations and policies as well as relevant institutional policies
  • Develop and maintain relationships with federal officials from agencies such as the USDA, OLAW and non-federal organizations such as AAALAC
  • Monitors changes in federal regulations and national best practices for care and use of animals; advises IACUC members, the Chair and staff on all requirements. Recommends revisions of policy and procedures. Ensures policies and procedures and appropriately reviewed and approved by the IACUC
  • Lead continuous process and operational improvement initiatives to increase efficiency, enhance customer service, improve overall compliance, and minimize the administrative burden placed on faculty and their research teams in conducting animal research
  • Ensure appropriate education and training of IACUC members, faculty, research staff, local administrators who support animal studies about their legal and ethical responsibilities as they relate to animal research. Implement a continuing education program for IACUC members and OIA staff
  • Work in close collaboration with leadership of other research-related offices including the Department of Veterinary Resources, to ensure a humane, safe and efficient animal program. Serve as a strategic partner with stakeholders responsible for research compliance including but not limited to Office of Research Safety and the Institutional Biosafety Committee
  • 5-7 years of experience in IACUC administration required
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Administrative Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ensure that all BEI Committees and Working Groups are fulfilling their mission and goals for the community and have necessary support for their activities. This includes support for the Education Leadership Committee, Executive Committee, ELC Trainee Working Group, Chief Resident/Fellow committees, retreats/programs, the annual Education Day, and other meetings as required
  • Assist the working groups in moving forth their agendas, including recruiting members, identifying collaborative and synergistic education opportunities, and working toward the goal of training both the current health care providers and the next generation of health care leaders
  • Graduate degree (MBA) or equivalent experience required
  • 10 years or more of progressively responsible experience strongly preferred in most or all the following areas
  • Business development
  • Academic medical center or university, non-profit, or traditional business setting
  • Proficient in computers with working knowledge of Microsoft Office software, graphic and database programs. Knowledge of Interwoven, Teamsite, WordPress, MailChimp, Constant Contact, Camtasia, and Adobe Creative Cloud Suite helpful
  • Supervisory experience required
  • Ability to gain credibility and trust with multiple layers of a complex organization; excellent interpersonal and listening skills; open, honest, objective manner; superb financial expertise; ability to interact effectively with staff, physicians, senior leadership, vice chairs and managers; and ability to bring diverse groups to work together collaboratively
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills to communicate effectively with a large and diverse constituency, including senior hospital administrative staff, education faculty at all levels, education trainees and staff, representatives of other BWH offices, collaborating institution officials, potential donors, representatives, and vendors
  • Strong facilitation, service, and negotiations skills within large and dynamic groups
  • Must be able to make independent, effective decision in appropriate situations
  • Ability to plan, direct, train and coordinate the activities of others to achieve timely results
  • Creative and self-motivated with the ability to perform independently and as a member of a team, effectively in a high-pressure, fast-paced environment, with a willingness to assist staff with routine and last minute projects
  • Must be comfortable and flexible working within an evolving, sometimes ambiguous environment/structure with changing priorities
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Assistant Administrative Director of the Mrsec Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience with pre- and post- award administration
  • Experience managing multiple projects simultaneously
  • Demonstrated proficiently with software and web-based programs including Microsoft Office and Google applications with the ability and willingness to learn other platforms as needed
  • Experience updating and maintaining websites using software such as WordPress and social media accounts
  • Demonstrated initiative, problem solving skills, and ability to work independently
  • Ability to work effectively with faculty, staff and students from a variety of backgrounds
  • Ability to produce quality work of considerable complexity in a timely and efficient manner -
  • The ability to understand, interpret and comply with FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)