As a faith-based organization, it is the intention of AdventHealth to identify and employ executive leaders who are professionally competent and who provide leadership that is consistent with our mission. It is required that the candidate serve the mission of Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ and demonstrate proficiency in the AdventHealth executive leadership competencies.
We are currently seeking qualified candidates for a Vice President, Musculoskeletal/Orthopedic Institute (MSK) located in Altamonte Springs, Florida and covering programs across the Central Florida Division’s six counties. Reporting to Chief Operating Officer of the Institutes, the vice president is responsible for the MSK and orthopedic programs which include total joint and subspecialized, sports medicine and prevention.
The VP is responsible for the development, execution and performance of inpatient musculoskeletal service lines, physician practices and outpatient programs to fully integrate care and drive a value-based model. This may include oversight and/or leadership of practice administrators, care coordination, research, education, inpatient provider teams and ancillary support teams as needed to effectively drive performance across the care continuum. Advises/manages all service areas that impact patient care for the musculoskeletal patient population. This position is responsible for providing leadership and subject matter expertise for the musculoskeletal service line resulting in high quality outcomes and effective performance. Plans, directs, coordinates and serves as the administrative liaison for service line activities, projects and programs including marketing and philanthropy and any other activities musculoskeletal in nature. Works closely with the medical leadership regarding patient services including delivery of services, state of relevant technology and equipment, revenue generation, bundles and other payment models, reimbursement changes, budget and all other related administrative matters. Evaluates patient care, operational efficiencies, performance methods and employee issues and makes recommendations. Participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility in maintaining relationships that are equally respectful to all. The VP also serves as a functional leader in an identified area of responsibility horizontally across all institutes, see details in principle duties below.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Set service line strategic direction and align to business objectives—Establish long-term business direction; develop and implement strategic plans; utilize financial data in decision-making; fiscal management for areas of responsibility; apply cost contain principles
Execute and drive performance—Support Clinical Performance Improvement activities; translate strategic priorities into operational reality; manage alternative payment models; analyze information and data to identify business issues and provide solutions
Build talent and lead teams—Coach and develop teams; attract, develop, engage and retain talented employees;
Lead through vision and values—Support the vision of “Extending the healing ministry of Christ”; exhibit customer focus in decision making; support, promote and participate in community activities.
Provide horizontal leader—Integrate service line development across the care continuum; integrate strategic planning and performance management; collaborate and connect with leaders
Knowledge and Skills Required:
Knowledge of clinical practices and processes, legal and regulatory requirements and mandates, and the ability to gather and evaluate data and outcome results to use in programmatic development
Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Able to effectively express ideas and views through public speaking, presentations, reports, and professional correspondence
Exceptional people management, leadership skills, and the capacity to relate to people in a manner that wins confidence and establishes support. Accepted in a leadership role of the Institute by a variety of internal and external stakeholders
Leadership ability, accepts responsibility, exercises authority and functions independently
Strategic vision and thinking coupled with execution excellence. Ability to position the organization for the future and identify changing market demands within the service line while executing on a business plan and implementing tactically
Strong business acumen, intelligence, and capacity
Approaches his/her work as an interconnected system. Ability to understand major objectives and break them down into meaningful action steps
Strong organizational abilities and the flexibility to adjust to changing conditions and the various details of the position.
Education and Experience Required:
Bachelor's degree in a healthcare business or clinical science field
Minimum of ten (10) years of diverse experience in the musculoskeletal arena, or other relative service line, with a minimum of three (3) years of experience in program development.
Minimum of seven (7) years in progressively responsible administrative work or directorship of multiple departments in a hospital or hospital system.
Extensive experience working closely with physicians and proven ability to gain trust and credibility
Extensive experience facilitating and managing challenging situations, including conflict resolution and demonstration of outstanding interpersonal skills
Experience in facilitating high-level multidisciplinary group decisions
Education and Experience Preferred:
Master’s degree in Business Administration, Health Services Administration, Nursing Administration, or Nursing Sciences
If this position sounds like a great match for your skill set and experience, please apply online now!
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