Under the direction of the Senior Department Administrator (SDA), this position works with department leadership to ensure operational alignment with the OHSU Clinical Enterprise Strategy, and Doernbecher Strategic Plan. S/he will work closely with the Department Chairman and Divisional leadership to direct and oversee administrative and financial aspects of the Divisions including strategic planning, personnel management, budgeting and finance, professional practice issues, research programs, facilities, inventory and equipment, contract negotiation, and professional billing. In addition, s/he will work closely with the Director of Ambulatory Services, Director of Strategy and Outreach and other directors and managers in Doernbecher Children's Hospital to ensure alignment of operational resources and objectives.
Within the Division of Pediatric Cardiology, this position supports all aspects of clinical operations including deployment of physician resources to the following areas; Doernbecher Children's Hospital Ambulatory Clinics, Inpatient Units, OHSU Cath Lab, OHSU EP lab, Doernbecher ECHO Lab, OHSU Fetal Therapy Program, and the 13 outreach sites throughout the state of Oregon and SW Washington. Operations includes management of revenue cycle for professional services across the above listed units and support of 15 Faculty NP/PA, 2 research Faculty, 2 Administrative Coordinators, and 1 Research Assistant.
Within the Division of Pediatric Critical Care, this position provides administrative and operational support to faculty of the Division of Critical Care. S/he will support 12 faculty, 1 NP, and 1 Administrative coordinator.
Within the Division of Gastroenterology, this position provides administrative and operational supports 6 faculty and 1 administrative coordinator.
Within the Department of Pediatric and Congenital Cardiac Surgery, the Program manager works in partnership with the Chief Cardiothoracic Surgeon to provide administrative and operational support to the clinical practice within the Department, this includes strategic planning, personnel management, budgeting and finance, facilities, inventory and equipment, professional billing and revenue cycle management for greater than 250 pediatric an adult congenital surgical cases annually. S/he supports 2 Surgeons, 1 PA, 1 NP, and 1 Administrative Coordinator.
In addition, under the direction for the SDA, the Program Administrator will take a leadership role in the development and implementation of strategic and operational initiatives that will build upon collaborative approaches that improve the efficiency and effectiveness of all Women's and Children's participating organizations.
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