Mount Sinai Careers
Administrative Director - Oncology
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Overall management of operational, clinical, administrative and financial aspects of the Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Cancer Center, including Exam Practice and Infusion Suite. The Administrative Director works closely with providers, nursing and administrative leadership to standardize and enhance delivery of care to patients. Responsible for establishing short and long term goals and objectives in line with the Hospital and Health System, as well as ensuring compliance with federal, state and city regulatory requirements.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Responsible for implementing the directives of senior leadership in the management of clinical and business aspects of strategic planning, clinical staffing space and resource allocation, educational and other regulatory activities.
- Establishes, communicates and maintains effective internal procedures to manage the department’s clinical workflow in accordance with prescribed policies, procedures, and regulations.
- Responsible for hiring, appraising performance, disciplinary actions and termination of hospital and contract employees not meeting performance standards. Mediates and resolves personnel disputes and performance or behavioral problems. Establishes and maintains personnel records in accordance with Hospital policies and procedures.
- Formulates and recommends annual operating and capital budget and staffing levels to Oncology and Hospital senior management and Finance.
- Assures compliance with regulatory, insurance and ethical standards (e.g., CMS, HIPAA, other institutional and federal guidelines) regarding safety of patients, employees and property; identifies contingency plans to deal with potential risks. Ensures all staff members are current on changes in regulatory requirements.
- Develops policies and procedures consistent with sound medical and business practice and as required by JCAHO and other regulatory agencies. Maintains and periodically reviews all policies and procedures related to clinical and business operations.
- Supports and implements performance improvement initiatives. Determines and monitors QA tools and reporting for clinical and business operational activities.
- Monitors patient satisfaction scores and implements action plans to maintain or improve scores and to achieve standard benchmarks for service.
- Resolves problems and improves services by maintaining cooperative working relationships with regulatory agencies, department heads, vendors, consultants, physicians, etc.
- Assists with the creation of new clinical programs both on site and off site.
- Implements effective marketing strategies in order to increase market share.
- Performs other related duties.
- Master’s degree or equivalent education and experience
- 7 years of experience in health care finance or administration; experience in strategic planning and execution, formulating policy, building and developing financial plans, managing resources and leading successful teams.