Mount Sinai Careers

Clinical Program Manager - Operating Room Management

New York, New York
Professional / Managerial / Administrative


Job Description

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Operating Room Management - #2329324
 
 
Clinical Program Manager
 
 
Roles & Responsibilities:
 

The Clinical Program Manager is an advanced role involving the management, assessment, planning, coordination, implementation and evaluation of clinical and educational activities, including orientation, staff development and competency assessments.


Patient Experience
  • Leads nursing practice using the tenets of the Professional Practice Model of Relationship Centered Care and the Care Delivery Model of Modified Primary Nursing for the promotion of the patient experience
  • Demonstrates proficiency in all aspects of Purposeful Hourly Rounding (PHR) and role models expected behaviors.
  • Ensures the integration of PHR into clinical activities to enhance Relationship Centered Care.
  • Validates staff competency in PHR and provides consistent meaningful feedback with more focused feedback as needed.
  • Communicates quantitative and qualitative information regarding the patient experience to the staff and the Interdisciplinary Patient Care Team.
  • Collaborates with the Clinical Nurse Manager/Assistant Nurse Manager/physician dyad and escalates concerns as appropriate.
  • Follows up on all patient concerns in a timely manner and provides service recovery as needed.
  • Demonstrates caring, respect, compassion, empathy and active listening through dialogue, body language and actions.
 
CLINICAL/TECHNICAL SERVICE

Age Specific Competencies (Neonate/Infant, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult, Geriatric)

    1. Identifies physical, behavioral and emotional characteristics typical for the age group
    2. Modifies approaches based on patient age-specific needs and responses to treatment
    3. Provides care for patients based on age-specific needs
  •  Uses age-appropriate communication techniques.
 
ADMINISTRATION/OPERATIONS
  • Implements Relationship Centered Care as the Professional Practice Model and Modified Primary Nursing as the Care Delivery Model with support of Purposeful Hourly Rounding.
  • Maintains patient/employee confidentiality in the management of information.
  • Observes established MSHS mandatory educational requirements.
  • Reviews and formulates departmental and program objectives in accordance with corporate policies, strategies and goals.
  • Participates in the management of external consulting services i.e. schools of nursing, consultations with professional experts.
  • Acts as a management representative for the MSHS or department on committees as designated.
  • Participates in the formulation of departmental policies and procedures based on evidence, best practices, and expert opinion.
  • Acts as resource person for staff as regards Department of Nursing policies and procedures.
  • Participates in the recruitment and retention of hospital staff.
  • Evaluates staff competencies and compliance with patient care and unit documentation requirements.
  • Participates in the ongoing and annual evaluation and performance improvement plans of employees and shares feedback with the Clinical Nurse Managers/Associate Directors/Directors and Senior Directors accordingly.
  • Evaluates all newly hired/transferred staff and participates in the decision to pass the probationary period.
  • Acts as a management witness in disciplinary activities.
  • Supports implementation of the mission, vision, goals and objectives of the department, throughout the clinical service and individual patient care units.
  • Evaluates nursing staff performance and mentors, coaches, counsels and disciplines staff as needed.
  • Encourages, recognizes and rewards staff participation in quality and safety initiatives, compliance and successes.
  • Facilitates organizational change initiatives by using effective strategies.
  • Leads a shared decision making model by establishing a structure of shared governance, just culture and staff engagement in practice councils, departmental meetings and initiatives.
  • Interprets and implements collective bargaining agreements affecting staff.
 
EDUCATIONAL/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • Participates in the development of other staff members and shares behaviors in both in a written and verbal format to nursing leadership.
  • Meets regulatory, licensure and annual health assessment requirements
  • Identifies learning strengths and needs of designated staff.
  • Utilizes learning resources.
  • Identifies and designs programs that facilitate organizational development.
  • Evaluates the effectiveness of educational activities at the level of the learner, the department, and the institution.
  • Develops, coordinates and implements activities to achieve educational objectives.
  • Conducts reviews and evaluates educational needs assessments.
  • Selects appropriate instructional strategies for educational programs.
  • Designs, develops, and organizes training manuals, references, web-based and multi-media instructional aids, and other educational materials.
  • Coordinates activities for maintaining educational materials.
  • Acts as a trainer, facilitator, consultant, and supervisor to orientees.
  • Supervises and coordinates the development and updating of orientation plans for assigned areas.
  • Conducts orientation, in-service, competency and cardiac life support programs.
  • Performs as a clinical leader who actively creates and supports nursing practice and an environment of care that reflects clinical excellence.
  • Organizes the environment of care to support clinical colleagues, patients and their families and members of the healthcare team.
  • Projects and cultivates a professional image to colleagues by communicating caring, respect, compassion, empathy and trust.
  • Incorporates ethical principles into decision making for patient and family in collaboration with the clinical nursing staff and the healthcare team.
  • Fosters a spirit of scholarship, inquiry, life-long learning and innovation for self and others.
  • Acquires and disseminates knowledge and skills relative to the role, patient population, clinical specialty and global or local health community needs.
  • Leads shared decision making through unit/service practice councils, nursing department and hospital committees, and clinical service/unit initiatives.
  • Serves as a professional role model and preceptor for new leadership staff and students.
  • Integrates the values of research and evidence-based practice and its application to nursing practice and the environment of care.
  • Contributes to the profession of nursing through leadership and participation in professional organizations.

QUALITY AND SAFETY
  • Designs, supports and leads a safe, therapeutic and efficient patient-centered care environment for professional practice.
  • Fosters a fair and open culture that encourages error and near-miss occurrence reporting.
  • Leads interdisciplinary quality improvement teams using the principles of high reliability.
  • Communicates with staff and leadership on compliance with quality and safety metrics.
  • Leads staff participation in quality and safety initiatives and mandated compliance measures.
  • Participates in MSHS and departmental performance improvement activities.
 
Professional Development
  • Performs as a clinical leader by influencing patient care decisions, facilitating patient throughput and acting as a resource person for the unit/clinical service area.
  • Projects and cultivates a professional image to colleagues and communicates caring, respect, compassion, empathy and trust.
  • Incorporates ethical principles into the decision making process for the patient and family in collaboration with the clinical nursing staff and the healthcare team.
  • Fosters a spirit of scholarship, inquiry, life-long learning and innovation for self and others.
  • Disseminates knowledge and skills relative to the role, patient population, clinical specialty and global or local health community healthcare needs.
  • Facilitates shared decision making through support of practice councils, nursing department and hospital committees, and clinical service/unit initiatives.
  • Serves as a professional role model and preceptor for new staff and students.
  • Articulates and integrates the values of research and evidence-based practice and its application to nursing practice and the environment of care.
  • Contributes to the profession of nursing through leadership and participation in professional organizations.

Requirements:
  • Bachelors of Science degree in Nursing.
  • Master’s degree in Nursing/Allied Health with experience in Nursing Education
  • Professional Board certification in clinical specialty or staff development
  • Demonstrated competence and progressive experience in Education and Management/ Administration and clinical specialty assigned
  • Licensed as a registered nurse with current registration in New York State


Strength Through Diversity

 

The Mount Sinai Health System believes that diversity is a driver for excellence. We share a common devotion to delivering exceptional patient care. Yet we’re as diverse as the city we call home- culturally, ethically, in outlook and lifestyle. When you join us, you become a part of Mount Sinai’s unrivaled record of achievement, education and advancement as we revolutionize medicine together.

 

We work hard to acquire and retain the best people, and to create a welcoming, nurturing work environment where you can develop professionally. We share the belief that all employees, regardless of job title or expertise, can make an impact on quality patient care. 

 

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Who We Are
 

Over 38,000 employees strong, the mission of the Mount Sinai Health System is to provide compassionate patient care with seamless coordination and to advance medicine through unrivaled education, research, and outreach in the many diverse communities we serve.

 

Formed in September 2013, The Mount Sinai Health System combines the excellence of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai with seven premier hospital campuses, including Mount Sinai Beth Israel, Mount Sinai Beth Israel Brooklyn, The Mount Sinai Hospital, Mount Sinai Queens, Mount Sinai West (formerly Mount Sinai Roosevelt), Mount Sinai St. Luke’s, and New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai.

 

The Mount Sinai Health System is an equal opportunity employer. We promote recognition and respect for individual and cultural differences, and we work to make our employees feel valued and appreciated, whatever their race, gender, background, or sexual orientation. 

 

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