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Clinical Resource Director- EFL in Miramar, FL at HealthTrust

Date Posted: 3/6/2019

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Miramar, FL
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    At least 2 year(s)
  • Date Posted:
    3/6/2019

Job Description

Clinical Resource Director

THE COMPANY: Take your career in the right direction – join us at HealthTrust. Amidst the fast-changing dynamics of healthcare within HealthTrust and our parent company (HCA – Hospital Corporation of America), come work as a Clinical Resource Director to put into practice sustainable, practical solutions that will ultimately transform patient care and the communities we support.

More than 1,600 hospitals have partnered with HealthTrust to lower expenses and improve outcomes across healthcare operations.

HealthTrust delivers supply chain, workforce, and clinical integration services to help healthcare providers improve performance with superior pricing and operator-driven practices. This is accomplished by hiring valued individuals like you!

A seven-time recipient of a “Champion for Change” award from Practice Greenhealth, HealthTrust actively encourages and enables ecologically responsible purchasing alongside fully embracing a culture of integrity and a code of ethics.

THE POSITION:

The Clinical Resource Director position is responsible for establishing and leading the supply expense agenda for the clinical resource management program for a hospital(s). The Clinical Resource Director is responsible for driving positive change through program definition and leading initiatives that support the health care organizations’ clinical expense agenda. The position is responsible for reviewing and optimizing the group purchasing organization’s contract portfolio and developing and executing product standardization with the value analysis committees. The Clinical Resource Director has a broad enterprise and segment influence and will need to build alliances with Hospital Leadership, Physicians and Supply Chain to successfully execute their clinical supply expense plans. The position requires confidence, independent action, initiative, a sense of urgency, and the ability to make decisions and take responsibility for them. A well-suited candidate can react and adjust quickly to changing conditions

and come up with practical ideas for dealing with them.

Supervisor – Division Clinical Resource Director (DCRD)

Supervises – None

Essential Duties & Responsibilities (included but not limited to):

•Develops and implements facility or division based strategies and processes to reduce supply expense per adjusted admission

•Develops, implements, monitors and verifies facility(s) based product standardization, contract compliance, product utilization, cost data, process improvements and waste

•Identifies and implements supply expense margin improvement with a primary focus on high cost of good departments - surgical services, cath lab, ep lab and special procedures

•Utilizes clinical product value analysis committees to reduce the number of stock keeping units (SKUs) through standardization, maintains or increases product quality, evaluates processes and introduces new products

•Interacts with facility leadership and supply chain to identify improvement opportunities and develop/implement continuous quality improvement processes regarding supply/labor practices and recommends cost reductions

•Participates and communicates with facility medical staff and clinical staff to monitor, communicate and make improvements to utilization profiling

•Ensures communication and education regarding product and procedure changes occurs in all affected departments, to include physicians and medical management personnel

•Participates, develops content and facilitates a Supply Management Action team (SMAT) meetings; a similar responsibility may apply to Clinical Value Analysis Team (CVAT) meeting

•Identifies facility(s) supply expense variance, and participates in monthly operating reports, supply expense planning and HCA’s supply general ledger structure.

•Maintains and communicates facility(s) financial and performance measurements as gauge of standardization/utilization success

•Collaborates with physicians in identifying and implementing improvements and standardization

•Builds relationships with hospital leadership, chief medical officer, clinical directors, physicians, value analysis teams and supply chain leadership

•Demonstrates knowledge of occurrence reporting system and utilizes system to report potential patient safety issues

•Practices and adheres to the “Code of Conduct” philosophy and “Mission and Value Statement”

•Performs other duties as assigned

DUTIES (Included but not limited to)

Leadership

•Demonstrates the traits, inclinations, and dispositions that characterize successful leaders, exhibiting behavior styles that meet the demands of the leader role. The key actions are engaging people, driving toward success, sustaining a positive lookout, and inspiring confidence.

•Aligns systems and processes to support project implementations

•Drives toward success by actively seeking competitive advantage and proactively seeking business opportunities

•Demonstrates continuous learning orientation and inspires confidence with clients, colleagues, and employees

•Develops effective working relationships with direct reports that elicits their trust, provides coaching, feedback, instruction, and development to help others excel

Customer Service

•Interacts and develops relationships with internal and external stakeholders to better understand needs and challenges

•Creates external and internal customer confidence, committed to increasing customer satisfaction, and sets achievable customer expectations

•Demonstrates responsibility for solving customer challenges, ensures commitments to customers are met by soliciting opinions and ideas from customers for improvements in products and services

Financial

•Ability to meet financial objectives of the business line

•Manage projects within scope, time, and budget

•Collaborates with organizations to track and analyze financial data

•Performs data mining to quantify financial impact of supply and operational savings enhancing strategies to the customer

•Project Management

•Assign goals to direct reports and monitors goal achievement

•Determines action steps and milestones required for each project and works directly with key stakeholders to implement a specific business initiative

•Adjusts activities or timelines as circumstances warrant

General Knowledge/Competencies

•Provides effective communication, which includes verbal and good listening, writing, and presentation skills to a variety of stakeholders from executives to staff • Coaches and mentors colleagues at all levels • Demonstrates effective problem solving and time management skills

•Demonstrates knowledge and expertise within the Perioperative Services line by servicing as a facilitator, technical advisor, subject matter expert and analyst to key stakeholders and team members

•Practices and adheres to the Code of Conduct philosophy and mission and value statement

Critical Demands- This individual must demonstrate the ability to:

•Work independently and handle stress appropriately

•Communicate and execute in a matrix organizational structure

•Adapt to change in workload and work schedule

•Develop a culture of high performance and continuous improvement that values learning and a commitment quality

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

Building Relationships and Communication

•Builds strong relationships with internal stakeholders at all levels, (C-suite, physicians, clinical, department leaders, and supply chain staff,) through solid interpersonal skills, subject matter expertise, and ability to influence decision-making

•Maintains strong working relationships with external stakeholders as appropriate

•Communicates supply chain financial, clinical, and outcomes information to key stakeholders appropriate for their levels

•Educates and coaches other leaders and staff on processes, clinical issues, value analysis, and lessons learned in executing initiatives

Solutions Provider

•Supports a high performance and customer focused culture to bring solutions to complex issues

•Encourages creative thought leadership

•Approaches issues with analytical and critical thinking toward developing solutions while ensuring compliance with contracts and company decisions/direction

Driving Efficiency and Results

•Provides clear financial analysis for appropriate decision-making, with focus on the primary drivers of supply expense and utilization

•Supports decision-making through interpretation of financial and clinical data

•Serves as the “clinical conscience” for supply related decisions

•Leads multi-disciplinary teams toward consensus

•Identifies opportunities for efficiency and cost containment (either as contracting, operational, or utilization management)

•Executes strategies supporting financial and clinical results for key initiatives, minimizing risk where possible • Drives performance (efficiency, value generation, execution of strategies, etc.)

Supply Chain Management

•Contributes to the development of the Supply Expense Plan, and executes specific initiatives within the Plan by developing and completing specific action steps/processes, and communicating to appropriate stakeholders

•Utilizes technology and other tools to analyze supply spend and make recommendations or take action to achieve results

•Assists in monitoring supply expense performance, contributing to Monthly Operations Review reports, and interpret data

•Developing and Aligning Talent

•Supports leadership and staff development strategies and plans, HR and Education initiatives

THE LOCATION:

East Florida Supply Chain Division – Miramar, FL

•The city of Miramar is located in Broward County, Florida, about 14 miles southwest of Fort Lauderdale and 20 miles north of Miami.

•Broward County is rich in attractions and places of interest. Among its historical sites are Stranahan House, Broward’s first trading post and Bonnet House, an historic home and garden near Fort Lauderdale beach. Other points of interest in the county include the, International Game Fish Association Hall of Fame & Museum, International Swimming Hall of Fame and Museum of Art.

•Named by Robert Gordon, the city's first mayor, "Miramar" is Spanish for "View of the Sea." The city shares its name with a Cuban suburb of Havana.

•Miramar City is home to Leading Aviation and Health Care Industry Hub

•Multiple listing on Money Magazine’s Top 100 Places to Live

WHY SHOULD YOU APPLY?

• To attract the best talent, HealthTrust offers one of the leading 401(k) plans in the healthcare industry (a 100% match on up to 9% of pay based on years of vesting service).

• Generous Tuition Reimbursement program to support individuals seeking higher education.

• Opportunities for professional growth and advancement.

• Balance of working in partnership with peers and completing tasks on an individual basis.

EDUCATION/ EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

• Bachelor’s degree required (Business, Health Administration, Nursing, Pharmacy or other Allied Health Profession). Will consider a graduate of a Professional School of Nursing with related experiences in healthcare value analysis, clinical supply chain, or acute care hospital performance improvement

• Master’s degree highly preferred

• Demonstrated passion for continued, lifelong learning.

• Clinical/healthcare experience, minimum of 2 years of Acute care setting preferred

• Progressive experience demonstrating ability to accomplish objectives through a multi-disciplinary team

• Experience managing multiple projects simultaneously, and demonstrated personal time management/project prioritization skills

• Demonstrated passion for building a clinically integrated supply chain

• Patient care experience highly preferred

• Experience with computer skills for Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint

CERTIFICATE/LICENSE

•Appropriate for education level

•LPN/RN, Certified Materials and Resource Professional (CMRP), Certified Value Analysis Health Professional (CVAHP), or similar credential preferred

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORKING CONDITIONS – Requires prolonged sitting, some bending, stooping and stretching. Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a keyboard, photocopier, telephone, calculator and other office equipment. Requires normal range of hearing and eyesight to record, prepare and communicate reports. Requires lifting papers or boxes up to 50 pounds occasionally. May be exposed to toxic/caustic/chemicals/detergents. Work is performed in an office, and in the pharmacy and hospital environment. Work may be stressful at times. Contact may involve dealing with angry or upset people. Staff must remain flexible and available to provide staffing assistance for any/all disaster or emergency situations.

OSHA CATEGORY – The normal work routine involves no exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues (although situations can be imagined or hypothesized under which anyone, anywhere, might encounter potential exposure to body fluids). Persons who perform these duties are not called upon as part of their employment to perform or assist in emergency care or first aid, or to be potentially exposed in some other way.