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Provides leadership to all Supply Chain Logistics Operations teams to include; Central Stores, Receiving, Procedural area, Ambulatory network and other contracted services supported by Supply Chain. Responsible for developing a strategic approach for Supply Chain Operations & best practice for all in-patient, procedural and Out-Patient units. Plans, coordinates, communicates and evaluates Operational needs and processes that support the flow of supplies throughout the organization. Provides leadership and participates in departmental and organizational policy development as it relates to supply chain logistical operations and supply chain management as well as other organizational initiatives. Manages, planning and execution of inventory management processes throughout the Medical center and off site locations. Recommends and supports the development of ongoing process improvements within the department and organization.
Collaborates with Director/Senior Director within designated area of responsibility to manage telehealth operations and ensures the delivery of excellent patient care. Serves as a subject matter expert in the use of telehealth and telehealth technologies. Works with leadership team to create a work environment that engages staff in the attainment of department and organizational goals and vision. Develops and implements programs in these specific areas that meet the needs of families and physicians that seek care from Lurie Children’s. Actively supports continuous improvement in safety, quality, and customer service, through behavior modeling and by provision of work environment conducive to attaining these goals.
Provides day to day support for the organizations participating in the Integrated Care for Kids (InCK) network. Works with provider practices and organizations to enhance provider/organization interactions with payors and the InCK program. Ensures that participating organizations understand the requirements of the contracts and the InCK program. Collaborates with the CIN, Healthy Communities, and Physician Services teams to achieve program and customer service goals. Initiates programs that enhance provider/organization satisfaction and compliance with contracts and InCK programs.
Collaborates with Director/Administrator within designated area of responsibility to manage patient care operations and ensure the delivery of excellent patient care. Works with leadership team to create a work environment that engages staff in the attainment of department and organizational goals and vision. Understands and integrates into the delivery of patient care the needs of the neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, and adult patient in regards to their growth and development process. Actively supports continuous improvement in safety, quality, and customer service, through behavior modeling and by provision of work environment conducive to attaining these goals.
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital Of Chicago is looking for a Director of Patient Financial Services to become a key member of our Revenue Cycle team. Reporting to the VP of Revenue Cycle, this individual will play a critical role by managing and overseeing the operations of our overall billing strategy and practices. This position will lead the team in achieving and maintaining service levels by implementing best practice strategies. The experienced candidate should have ten years’ experience in a health care revenue cycle with at least seven years managing professional and support staff.
The Sr. Director of Clinical Applications is responsible for leadership of staff and management of all Clinical Applications including EHR and EPIC . This position is responsible for maintaining, and monitoring information management systems and standards to support clinical, research and academic functions of the organization. Develops department objectives, establishes and communicates applications standards, identifies new application vendors and resources. In addition, is a key leader responsible for IM service delivery to Lurie Children’s. The Sr. Director builds and maintains effective client relationship strategies by facilitating communication between staff, management, vendors, and other technology resources within the organization to deliver and support application services.