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ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR - CARDIOLOGY
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Administrative Director - 2312404
Overall management of operational, clinical, administrative and financial areas of department or unit, with attention paid to goals and objectives for areas of responsibility that are consistent with Medical Center philosophy and regulations. The Administrative Director exercises management responsibility over the business and operational activities of a department, medical care unit or division. Responsible for establishing short and long term goals and objectives in line with Mount Sinai Medical Center as well as ensuring compliance with federal, state and city regulatory agencies.
Roles & Responsibilities:
Approves all hiring and discharge of hospital and contract employees; evaluates work of subordinate managers and supervisors.
Oversees operation of each of the department assigned through subordinate managers and supervisors.
Formulates and recommends annual operating and capital budget and staffing levels to senior management and Finance. Works with department heads on identifying their capital budget requirements.
Develops policies and procedures consistent with sound medical and business practice and as required by JCAHO and other regulatory agencies.
Assures compliance with regulatory, insurance and ethical standards regarding safety of patients, employees and property; identifies contingency plans to deal with potential risks.
Establishes goals and objectives for each department that are consistent with Medical Center policies and state regulations.
Chairs department committees and participates in hospital committees as assigned.
Conducts research and analysis of new technologies in order to improve services, reduce costs and increase revenues.
Resolves problems and improves services by maintaining cooperative working relationships with regulatory agencies, department heads, vendors, consultants, physicians, etc.
- Masters 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.