MD Anderson Cancer Center Vice President, Inpatient Services in Houston, Texas
TheVice President, Inpatient Services is responsible for all Inpatient Operationsthrough strategic and operational leadership forthe inpatient clinical services across the continuum of care. The VP willevaluate and lead strategic initiatives regarding future growth and expansionand will collaborate extensively with key stakeholders in the deliveryof clinical service. Additionally,serves as a dyad with the VP, Inpatient Medical Practice in support ofinpatient operations.
Acute Care Services Administration
Responsible for the oversight of inpatienthospital operations.
Responsible for the fiscal administration andintegrity of inpatient operations.
Responsible for the effective allocation andusage of facilities resources.
Works with appropriate direct reports fromHospital, Medical, and Divisional Operations to insure that all ancillarysupport and facility operations are functioning effectively and in support ofboth patient care and research objectives.
Trains, coaches, and monitors direct reports ontechnical and operational functions, policies and procedures.
Ten years of experience in hospital operations as a senior leader, withat least five years in leadership role leading multidisciplinary teams,preferably in an academic healthcare system.
Master's degree in Healthcare, Business orrelated field.
Strong healthcare finance acumen.
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