Director of Emergency Services, Carondelet St. Joseph's Hospital - Tucson, AZ- $20,000 Sign-on Bonus

Carondelet St. Joseph's Hospital - Tucson, AZ3.4

30+ days ago
Director of Emergency Services $20,000 Sign-on Bonus The Director of Emergency Services is accountable for all aspects of development, management, and financial success of specific environment. Develops and articulates mission and vision, develops business plan, financial and budget targets, and quality measures. Responsible for contractual relationships with physicians and provider partners. Develops plan to ensure outstanding customer/patient satisfaction. Essential job Duties: Initiate and implement customer focused processes to ensure continuum of care, including standards of care and consistency of practice. Initiate and foster continuous improvement and innovation within the department. Initiate innovative clinical care delivery systems according to best practices. Develop a comprehensive and cohesive business strategy for the unit which integrates with the financial and business direction of the Network. Ensure strategic allocation of resources by establishing appropriate financial balance between customer need, market forces and organizational values; ensure financial viability of unit and CHN. Analyze and incorporate current business and clinical trends. Develop and manage business and clinical trends. Develop and implement strategies for quality, cost-effective care. Assess the needs and expectations of all customers. Ensure customers easy access and communication and develop strategies, partnerships, and plans to maintain and continuously improve levels of customer service. #LI-MH1
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