The Operational Cath Lab Manager is responsible for ensuring quality patient care by providing leadership and oversight of all patient care activities in the Cath Lab. This position will ensure that the department is providing the highest quality and most cost-effective care and will be accountable for outcomes related to quality patient care and services, overall patient experience, and Cath Lab care costs.
This individual will ensure compliance with protocols of regulatory bodies, accrediting agencies, and reimbursement agencies; oversee the operational management of services and staff of all Cath Lab areas within the department; and will promote overall departmental direction while interfacing with physicians, staff, and other healthcare providers in the Cath Lab.
It is essential that the chosen candidate for this position have healthcare management experience, and demonstrated clinical, management, and leadership expertise.
The executive search firm of Spirit Consulting has been selected to recruit for this position. To be considered, you must complete the UK application and apply to the specific requisition AND contact Ian Smith, Executive Recruiter at Spirit Consulting at firstname.lastname@example.org or (630) 869.1003.
The individual in this position must possess clinical expertise; leadership, communication and customer service abilities; employee development skills; impeccable organizational, time-management, and planning skills; and finance knowledge related to departmental oversight.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
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In addition to the position requirement of a BSN and at least three years of full-time, paid patient care experience, the ideal candidate will also possess at least one year of Cath Lab experience; a Business degree (undergraduate or graduate); and a demonstrated background of exhibiting clinical, leadership, and management expertise.
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