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Executive Vice President Chief Clinical Officr Chf Phys Exec

Location: Buffalo, NY, United States

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Job Description

Salary: 563,335.50-844,993.50 USD

Facility: Administrative Regional Training Cntr

Shift: Shift 1

Status: Executive FTE: 1.000000

Bargaining Unit: ACE Associates

Exempt from Overtime: Exempt: Yes

Work Schedule: Days

Hours:

8a-4p

Summary:
The Chief Physician Executive (CPE) is responsible for collaborating on the strategic vision of the delivery of care, while establishing and implementing proper processes and protocols. The CPE leads the clinical enterprise and is accountable for developing and achieving highly reliable quality care with excellent value consistent with the Mission of Catholic Health across the enterprise, inclusive of population health and patient care initiatives across the regional continuum of care and its enabling clinical infrastructure elements, resulting in the highest reliable quality and value of care and the achievement of strong economic performance, regardless of the payment model. Additionally, the CPE will be responsible for maintaining and developing ongoing strong relationships with Catholic Medical Partners, capitalizing on the value of the integrated delivery network for continued growth of Catholic Health.

The Chief Physician Executive will provide strategic executive physician leadership and clinical expertise to ensure the highest level of physician quality and productivity, physician and medical staff recruiting and credentialing, physician talent management, and physician service improvement work efforts are achieved. The CPE shares responsibility for developing strategy and budgets, leading clinical transformation and innovation within the system. While defining and leading population health initiatives, the CPE will align the results and effectiveness of the entire clinical care delivery team, ensuring that care is provided to the highest possible level of quality and safety standards, resulting in the greatest value for the population served while aligned around Clinical Care Delivery priorities. Additionally, the CPE will assume the full responsibility for clinical resource (skill and geographic) distribution, establishing and communicating capital priorities, and developing and ensuring clinical service standards across sites of care and disciplines. While doing so the CPE will ensure that team members are performing at their highest level of quality, productivity and value; while at all times recruiting and retaining strong and talented associates to deliver all aspects and disciplines of care and support services for Catholic Health.

The CPE will have responsibility and oversight for the establishment of superior Graduate Medical educational opportunities that will enhance care and replenish our practice community. This position will also develop business, leadership, and change management skills throughout the medical staff, ensuring compliance with regulatory reporting, while facilitating clinical standardization, and systemizing our approach to Clinical Research and Graduate Medical Education throughout Catholic Health. This includes the understanding of the implications of contractual requirements with payers and governmental agencies as well as enforcement of compliance of physicians as it relates to accurate and timely documentation. The CPE leads the clinical enterprise in maintaining compliance within the auspices of regulations that Catholic Health adheres to ensuring quality brand while advocating for new growth in clinical capabilities and volume.

Responsibilities:

EDUCATION

  • Medical Degree from a medical school recognized by the New York State Board of Regents
  • MBA/MHA or equivalent Management Degree strongly preferred
  • Board Certified Physician
  • Valid New York State Medical License, or eligible to obtain NY State licensure

EXPERIENCE
  • A minimum of seven (7) years of relevant work experience in a health care leadership position including managed care contract negotiations and demonstrated performance in improving public health
  • Five (5) to seven (7) years of relevant work experience in a senior health care leadership position with a proven track record in an executive role, specifically with operational responsibility within a progressive integrated health system. Multi-facilities of significant size and complexity strongly preferred
  • Work experience in a multi-facility healthcare organization strongly preferred
  • Ten (10) years clinical practice experience required
  • Experience working with administrators/executives in partnership roles
  • Experience leading care delivery along with the continuum of care, with a particular preference for effectively leading large scale ambulatory and/or continuing care clinical operations
  • Experience leading pay-for-performance and strong scorecard-based High Performing Healthcare System operations

COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS
  • Enterprise Guardian - Stays aware of needs and issues throughout the organization; builds and maintains good relationships with a variety of stakeholders; understands the economic and system impacts of business decisions; understands both the formal and the informal organizational structure; Maneuvers through complex political situations effectively; Safeguards the assets of the organization
  • Strategist - Creates a long-range strategy or vision for his/her part of the organization; Keeps customers in the forefront of department actions and decisions; Understands industry best practices and competitive advantage; Can meet short term demands without losing sight of long term strategy; Shares strategic information and plans with associates; communicates a clear and compelling rational for business goals and decisions
  • Talent Advocate - Hires individuals with the right skills for the job, and with the competencies and behaviors to be successful in the CH environment; supports and prepares staff in the development of their knowledge and skills for future success within the organization
  • Inspirational Leader - Inspires and motivates colleagues and staff throughout the organization by clearly articulating a compelling vision for the future, making courageous decisions, following through with commitments, and demonstrating an unrelenting passion for CMP and CH mission and performance
  • Strong, Authentic Communicator - Able to communicate effectively to a myriad of audiences in a manner that is clear, credible and compelling. Is viewed by staff as an effective organizational communicator
  • Mobilizer of Quality Performance
  • Change Driver
  • Coaches and develops for results
  • Manage work and resources
  • Select talent and inspire loyalty and trust
  • Manage diversity
  • Partner with and across teams
  • Problem solving
  • Drive performance, quality and customer service

MISSION COMPETENCIES
  • Spiritually grounded
  • Mission and values integration
  • Values based decision making/decision quality
  • Care for the poor and vulnerable persons

KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY
  • Active learner - must be continually learning in both clinical and non-clinical areas in light of dramatic organizational change within the fast paced evolution of the health care environment
  • Strong relationship building skills with the ability to forge collaborative relationships with large and diverse medical staffs
  • Strong communication skills with the ability to think, act, and challenge in a manner that fosters collaboration, teamwork, and "systemness"
  • Demonstrated ability to bring diverse stakeholders together around challenges and opportunities associated with clinical and cultural integration
  • Must demonstrate the ability to operate in management-represented and union-represented organizations; experience within a multi-facility unionized and management-represented organization required
  • Deep understanding of healthcare reform
  • Excellent understanding and application of contract/FTC law
  • Strong understanding of health care budgets and reimbursement
  • Strong ability to develop, maintain and carry out all strategic initiatives
  • Excellent knowledge of managed care contracts and processes
  • Excellent Knowledge of effective Public Health interventions
  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
  • Able to demonstrate collaborative management style, promotes team concept with Catholic Health and Catholic Medical Partners and other key areas
  • Deep understanding of acute care medicine and interaction with practice community
  • Strong knowledge of healthcare financial management, assessment of organizations, and insurance contracting
  • Strong ability to develop, maintain, and carry out activities applicable to budgets
  • Strong ability to work effectively with many diverse individuals
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Knowledgeable of ACGME and AOA requirements
  • Knowledgeable in NYSDOH, CMS, NCQA, JCO, OPMC, CPH and other regulatory agencies
  • Knowledgeable in IT and EHR role and implementation requirements
  • Excellent and successful track record of community involvement in a leadership capacity
  • Demonstrated ability of being viewed as an extension of the organization in the community representing good neighbor/citizen to the businesses and social communities of WNY
  • Comfortable with and committed to the Mission and Values of a faith-based organization
  • Demonstrated successful track record in financial performance within a similar healthcare organization, including significant P&L responsibility; experience working in a complex matrix environment
  • Ability to display a strong leadership style reflecting openness and accountability
  • Proven medical staff relationships, covering the spectrum of positive relationships with community-based physicians, hospital-based physicians, specialists, sub-specialists, and primary care physicians
  • Solid experience implementing new information technology

WORK CONDITIONS
  • Office settings; patient environments for operational observation; travel between CH facilities and within the region for execution of leadership responsibilities
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