CLINICAL MANAGER AMBULATORY PROCEDURES – ENDOSCOPY – STROGER – CHICAGO, IL. – SHIFT: 7:00AM - 3:00PM M-F (ACCOUNTABILITY TILL UNIT CLOSES)
Working closely and directly with the Chair of the Division of Gastroenterology, Colorectal Surgery, Anesthesiology and Physician Leaders to plan, direct, organize, and oversee all aspects of patient care delivery for Inpatient and Outpatient Endoscopy and Bronchoscopy and/or for service line. Oversees all aspects of clinic operations and provision of patient care services including management of clinical, administrative and interdisciplinary staff, patient access and flow, resource allocation and the quality service delivery for assigned area. Is accountable for staff management, financial performance, labor productivity, adherence to patient access and practice standards, quality improvement, and regulatory compliance. Oversite for safe administration of sedation and anesthesia, all endoscopy and bronchoscopy procedures.
Responsible for effectively and independently initiating, delegating, supervising and monitoring functions within the procedures area, including resource allocation, work assignments, determination of daily work priorities, policies, procedures and actions required to meet deadlines and resolve problems.
Responsible for 24 hour administrative management accountability and day-to-day management of clinic or service line. Establishes collaborative partnership with physician first line leadership to achieve system goals and objectives for the procedures area or service line. Implements approved clinical practices and standards, in accordance with compliance and regulations.
This position is exempt from Career Service under the CCHHS Personnel Rules.
General Administrative Responsibilities
Ordering and Expense Management
Clinical Practice Management – Key Function of the Position
Develops and implements evidence-based standards of clinical practice to ensure 24/7 excellent service and care delivery for patients receiving care in the Endoscopy Clinic that is evidenced by and the Triple AIM (excellent quality and service and efficiency)/ simultaneously improving the health of the population, enhancing the experience and outcomes for the patient and reducing per capita cost of care. Develops clinical standards of care in assigned area. Assists in delivery of patient care and quality improvement. Develops and implement an effective Endoscopy and Bronchoscopy program including establishment of patient care standards and design of documentation and training/development tools. Organizes and assists staff to promote the rapid response to change in case flow and medical emergencies. As assessed through data from IT system and direct observation:
Additional Management Responsibilities
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other Characteristics
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