Center Clinical Programs Director
Company: Regional Recreation Corporation of Wood Buffalo
Posted on: February 25, 2021
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Number 62221 Job Type Regular Full-Time Division School Of Medicine
Department SOM: HMO: Hematology This position may involve the
following Health and Safety issues: Not Applicable Job Category
Business Operations Location : Name Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location US-GA-Atlanta Discover
Your Career at Emory University Emory University is a leading
research university that fosters excellence and attracts
world-class talent to innovate today and prepare leaders for the
future. We welcome candidates who can contribute to the diversity
and excellence of our academic community. Description JOB
- As Director of Center Clinical Programs for the Hemophilia of
Georgia (HoG) Center for Bleeding and Clotting Disorders at Emory
University (EU), assists the directors and faculty in successfully
developing, promoting, implementing, and achieving strategic plans
that may encompass but not be limited to patient care, education,
and outreach operations; this includes the development and
maintenance of programmatic initiatives designed to achieve
excellence in these areas.
- Manages the operational components of Center Clinical Programs,
which involves interacting with EU, Emory Healthcare (EHC), and
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA), and their respective
- Analyzes Center staffing needs, and recruits, supervises,
trains and develops staff to support operations.
- Provides administrative management of clinical operations,
including compliance with government, EU, EHC and CHOA policies and
- Works with all participants and collaborators to ensure that
Center Clinical Programs render high quality patient care and
services including efficient patient flow/access for a
comprehensive multi-disciplinary clinic, resolution of treatment
issues (risk management, patient complaints), and oversight of
access to ancillary services, including but not limited to social
services, education, and community outreach.
- Works with Center leadership to ensure that performance goals
are achieved, as established by EHC, CHOA and HoG, which is the
non-profit agency that provides funding for the Center.
- Develops, implements and monitors new quality improvement
strategies; develops strategies for maintaining National Committee
for Quality Assurance (NCQA) recognition/accreditation as a Patient
Centered Specialty Practice; and, assumes quality improvement (QI)
and other project management responsibilities as assigned.
- Oversees facilities management responsibilities, including
compliance with environmental safety and other regulations as well
as design and oversight of space renovations and negotiations with
the EHC, HMO/CHOA for ever-sufficient clinical and administrative
space and design that is conducive to a smooth-running
multidisciplinary clinic that integrates well with other clinical
practices in the space.
- Develops and implements education initiatives for the Center,
with local, regional and national audiences.
- Develops an annual CME course for local providers for the
hosting of introductory and advanced national workshops for
- Assists the Director in the maintenance of the Center website.
Works with EU, EHC, and CHOA to provide collegial and thoughtful
leadership to the Center and its affiliated institutions.
- Manages external collaboration with key stakeholders of the
Center through serving on boards and committees.
- Presents at local, regional and national meetings.
- Performs related responsibilities as required. MINIMUM
- Bachelor's degree, preferably in a health related field
- Seven years of related experience with federal programs,
preferably in the public health sector including management or
supervisory experience. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
- Master's degree
- Project Management Program certification
- Training in the design of quality improvement processes (e.g.
Lean Six Sigma),
- Experience designing and implementing large initiatives across
- Excellent public speaking skills. NOTE: This role will be
granted the opportunity to work from home regularly but must be
able to commute to Emory University location as needed. Emory
reserves the right to change this status with notice to employee.
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