Chief Operations Officer
Dallas, TX, USA | Leading Healthcare - Hospitals Company
Industry:Healthcare - Hospitals
Operations / Production
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Joint Commission Accredited & Top Performer Quality Award Winner
Texas Medical Foundation Quality Award Winner
Press Ganey Patient Experience Award Winner
Healthgrades Multi-Award Winner
Located in the prestigious NorthPark area of Dallas at Park Lane and Central Expressway (I-75).
BaylorScott & White hospital affiliate and managed by USPI.
The Chief Operations Officer is responsible for the following functions:
Conceptualize, develop and implement large, complex projects
Be an effective communicator and presenter
Demonstrate an understanding of health care reform and health care policy
Participate in all aspects of strategic planning and development of the hospital
Analyze current staffing needs, recruiting, developing, and retaining qualified staffing
Assess operations, policies, systems and procedures
Coordinate IT infrastructure and needs as appropriate
Oversee contracts for medical, administrative, consulting, and legal services
Interface with government and non-government regulatory accrediting agencies and provide effective advocacy on behalf of the hospital
Keep senior staff abreast of current and future market conditions and political factors affecting the health care field
Participate in committee meetings and assist with the development of meeting agendas
Represent the hospital in leadership functions, in all relevant healthcare associations, and maintain a presence in the business community
Communicate effectively with medical, professional, administrative, and other personnel to present information both orally and in written form
Education: Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration or Business Administration from an accredited university.
Experience: Must demonstrate at least 5 years of experience working directly with physicians on key strategic initiatives ad projects. Demonstrated experience in serving in a leadership role for at least 3 Joint Commission hospital accreditation surveys in the last 10 years. Must exhibit experience managing large projects.