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Full Time, Days
You Will Be Responsible For:
The Senior Manager-MCS/Acute Shock, Advanced Practice Provider (APP) by training, will continue to enhance, lead, and coordinate the combined Adult Acute Shock, MCS, and ECMO Programs serving the Acute Cardiac Shock Units, as well as the other AdventHealth campuses that serve these programs. Patient populations include the care of Advanced and Chronic Heart and Lung Failure, Heart Transplant, Lung Transplant, Mechanical Circulatory Support, complex cardiac medical and surgical patients, and Acute Shock including ECMO. Collaborates with other AH leadership and has scope in all activities in the Acute Shock Program with a focus on orientation, in-service education, policy and competency development, documentation, compliance to all standards of care and participation in community outreach. The Senior Manager-MCS/Acute will be responsible with the assessment, design/develop, implement, and evaluate educational programs assuring all regulatory agency requirements are met. Duties will include driving and assisting with the development and maintenance of orientation program, planning, and coordinating staff in-services conducted by professionals both within and outside the center, and serving as the lead resource for staff. The position will work closely in both the acute care, out-patient and AH network with the Chief of Cardiac Surgery, Chief Perfusionist, Advanced Practice Providers, Physician Leaders, ACSU management team and staff nurses to continually assess educational needs and outcomes for all nursing levels. The Senior Manager-MCS/Acute Shock will work directly with the AH Florida Mission Control Center to help manage the prioritization of referrals, be able to provide clinical guidance to outside facilities managing patients until they transfer to Transplant facility. Responsible in maintaining records for intake and discharge of this patient population and referral database. Actively participate in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility in maintaining relationships that are equally respectful to all.
What You Will Need:
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
MS Nursing Degree or Physician Assistant
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE PREFERRED:
Two (2) years of leadership experience
LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION OR REGISTRATION REQUIRED:
Current ARNP/PA license in the state of Florida
LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION OR REGISTRATION PREFERRED:
Certification in a quality improvement methodology/toolset such as Lean, Six Sigma (Green Belt or Black Belt), Change Management, etc.
Project management certification such as Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) or Project Management Professional (PMP)
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED:
Strong organizational skills, with the ability to focus detailed concentrated efforts to multiple projects and re-establish priorities as necessary. Ability to effectively respond to time sensitive issues and meet deadlines
Strong written and verbal skill communication skills, with the ability to tailor message to individuals and audiences throughout the institution
Self-motivated, excellent communication skills, effective time management skills, ability to facilitate a team approach with employees
Able to manage disputes with physicians, staff and/or patients, and demonstrates a professional attitude and demeanor
Demonstrates Human Resource Management competencies
Demonstrates Financial Management competencies
Demonstrates the ability to lead Performance Improvement initiatives in their assigned areas
Demonstrates the ability to Think Critically and Utilize Technology in relation to the operations of their areas of responsibility and delivery of patient care
Demonstrates Leadership and Clinical Practice Knowledge
Demonstrates good Communication and Relationship Building skills
Acts as a role model for Professionalism on their areas of responsibility
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS PREFERRED:
Understanding of Acute Shock and management in the adult population
Understanding of Quality Management Systems (Lean, Six Sigma, PDSA, etc.)
Previous leadership experience
Responsible for the Human Resource Management needs for his/her respective program to include, but not limited to the following:
Selects applicant for interview and hire and assures appropriate orientation.
Monitors performance of the staff and takes corrective action for improvement as appropriate.
Evaluates supervised employees, recommends promotion of supervised employees, and recommends bonuses and awarding of other discretionary rewards to supervised employees.
Suspend or invoke other discipline for work infractions, performance deficiencies and conduct violations by exercising supervisory authority. When necessary, collaborates with the Human Resources Department, terminates supervised employees, where appropriate.
The assignment of employees to particular duties or activities or to authorize and assign overtime to employees where appropriate.
Ensures adequate call schedule coverage to ensure a 24/7 coverage of the inpatient and outpatient services at all times.
The adjustment/resolution of complaints, concerns, and problems of supervised employees regarding work assignments, hours of work overtime scheduling, and other work-related matters.
Assures diversity of staff is positively fostered in the work environment. Actively involves all groups in shared decision-making where appropriate.
Uses skill in effective conflict management and is able to reach a common goal and resolve conflicts.
Creates a work environment that addresses the physical and emotional needs of the staff and one that is conducive to retention of the staff.
Scope of Responsibility:
Responsible for developing and providing Leadership and Clinical Practice Knowledge in his/her program to include, but not limited to the following:
Assures appropriate application of clinical knowledge in the care of all patients.
Plans for delivery of care to the patient and evaluates the outcomes of care delivered in relation to clinical effectiveness.
Sets clear expectations in the delivery of clinical practice.
Ensures that the patient experience is the focus of all services.
Guides any staff, nursing and support staff, to find a sense of meaning and purpose in the delivery of patient-focused care.
Establishes and maintains a communication plan that disseminates key messages and decisions to all involved in the care of a patient.
Is accessible to staff in a manner that allows for effective and efficient operational involvement.
Is culturally competent and assures that staff is able to deliver culturally competent care
Utilizes evidence-based practice as a foundation for patient care delivery. Fosters shared decision making based on evidence-based practice.
Maintains a customer-oriented leadership style. Remembers that patients are the reason for our business.
Holds self and staff accountable for delivery of care and resulting patient outcomes.
Serve as program spokesman when necessary to include positive interactions with regulatory bodies, managed care payers, news media, TV, radio, and newspaper.
Responsible for taking administrative call to be available for consultation with physicians and clinical coordinator staff.
Develops, establishes, and implement policies and procedures in conjunction with the medical and professional staff that gives direction in provision of patient cares services.
Ensures that his/her respective program meets the standards of all federal and state accrediting and regulatory bodies to include, but not limited to:
Actively participates in surveys/audits (on-site and desktop) from regulatory and licensing agencies.
In collaboration with the AHTI Senior Manager of Operations and Compliance and the Quality team and the ACSU Leadership team, executes Corrective Action Plans created in response to recommendations for improvement and deficiencies identified by regulatory agencies.
Operating & Capital Budget/Financial Responsibility:
Will work closely with AHTI, CCM, and CVI leadership to understand the financial impact of care delivery
Understands the broad impact of reimbursement on the delivery of patient care services, including but not limited to Medicare, Managed care, Medicaid, third party providers, challenges to current health care policies, and key legislative initiatives at the local, state, and national level.
Assist with the final submission of the annual financial operating budget for the program.
Routinely reviews, analyzes, and interprets-department based budgeting model ensuring staffing and scheduling, and resource utilization are within budgeted targets for the unit.
Is involved in capital budgeting; may be required to produce a cost benefit analysis to justify requested equipment.
Monitors and adjusts in allocating resources throughout the program to maintain efficiency and cost effectiveness.
Strategic Planning Responsibility:
Actively participates with strategic planning process and execution of selected strategies at local and system level to include, but not limited to:
Conducts an annual review of his/her respective program, its practices and objectives, in order to determine alignment with SBU Business Plan and Strategic Vision. Makes recommendations in writing to the Executive Director to the outcome of such reviews and provide recommendations for implementation of resolutions, which would reflect optimal program performance and effectiveness.
Identifies and recommends priorities to the Executive Director of AHTI for services to be offered by the AHTI for future growth that will benefit AHTI and AdventHealth Orlando.
Evaluate and assists in developing and administering a strategic business action plan that will increase the number of potential Acute Shock candidate referrals to the AHO; including site visits to referring cardiologists and pulmonologists.
Performance Improvement Responsibility:
Responsible for the Performance Improvement needs for his/her respective program to include, but not limited to the following:
Regularly reviews and analyzes the performance indicators for his/her respective program (SRTR, CMS, JHACO, ELSO).
Champion’s performance improvement activities and execution of QAPI through problem identification, assessment, data gathering, change implementation, and evaluation of outcomes.
Is able to participate in all aspects of patient safety but not limited to: sentinel event monitoring and reporting, root cause analysis, DNV (regulatory agency) requirements, incident reporting, medication safety policies and procedures.
Assures workplace safety for the employees and demonstrates knowledge of regulatory requirements for workplace safety, i.e., CMS, OSHA, DNV, ELSO etc.
Supports continual process improvement by sponsoring and/or participating in the activities.
Ensures that practice changes, as a result of performance improvement activities, are implemented.
Sets quality standards and initiatives for the department through collaboration with leadership and implementation of evidence-based practice where appropriate.
Track and follow referrals for Acute Shock Program.
Track program outcomes
Community Relations Responsibility:
Actively involved in ensuring Communication and Relationship Building with internal and external stakeholders in the acute shock process: This includes, but is not limited to:
Utilizes active listening, feedback, inquiry, and validation in communicating with others in relation to meeting the goals of the unit.
Understands the functions of a group process. Is able to facilitate effective groups for the delivery clinical care and for collaboration with other disciplines.
Promotes, nurtures, and maintains interdisciplinary relationships in order to assure patient-focused care and better patient outcomes.
Maintain appropriate collaborative relationship with patient, families, staff, vendors, physicians, other disciplines, and other contacts.
Works collaboratively to define acceptable behaviors from staff, physicians, and other disciplines within the organization and adheres to these acceptable behaviors.
Development and execution of change management strategies.
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