The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is accountable for operational oversight of hospital systems and services. Ideal candidates will have prior leadership experience in a healthcare system or a Critical Access Hospital.
Responsibilities: Adopts an approach to hospital wide performance improvement to ensure important processes and activities are measured, assessed, and improved systematically. Promotes quality outcomes through effective planning and efficient utilization of healthcare resources. Directs the financial and budgetary performance of the organization. Sets the business strategy and promotes the mission, vision, and values of the organization. Successfully meets strategic, operational, and programmatic goals approved by the Governing Board. Participates in system-wide policy decisions affecting the hospital. Collaborates with community leaders, physicians, and facility team members to design services. Accountable for leadership of all staff, delegating and coordinating to achieve quality cost-effective outcomes.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare or Business Administration minimum, Master’s Degree highly preferred. 5 years of senior management or executive positions in an Acute Care or Critical Access Hospital. Current knowledge of state and federal laws and regulations that apply to financial practices in healthcare. Knowledge of regulatory standards and compliance requirements.
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