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Hospital Campus Location Atlanta, GA, 30322 Campus Location
US-GA-Atlanta Department EUH Nursing Administration Job Type
Regular Full-Time Job Number 53772 Job Category Executive
Leadership Schedule 7a-5:30p Standard Hours 40 Hours Overview At
Emory Healthcare, we integrate science and caring to change the
face of health care. Our team members are courageous individuals
who are willing to challenge the status quo and help find solutions
to complex problems. We’re empowered to influence change for, and
with, our patients, their families, the community and each
As one of the leading academic medical systems, we’re eager to
share what we learn with hospitals around the country, and the
world. We’ve got the backing, knowledge, experience and permission
to lead the way in developing new and better approaches to
preventing and treating disease, and our patients get treatments
years before anyone else.
We’re defining a new standard of care for humankind. Are YOU
ready to join us?
Description JOB SUMMARY:
The Associate Chief Nursing Officer (ACNO) is responsible for
overseeing day to day clinical operations and patient flow for
Emory Healthcare (EHC) hospitals or Physician Group Practice
The ACNO is accountable for successful implementation of
initiatives in support of the nursing annual operating plan and
core nursing care delivery systems.
This oversight includes successful achievement of clinical
quality outcomes and patient/family experiences.
The ACNO is responsible for deploying entity goals, adequate and
appropriate staffing resources, managing budgetary expectations,
maintaining regulatory readiness and mentoring and coaching direct
Reporting to the entity CNO, the ACNO serves as a member of the
senior leadership team for nursing.
Serves in the absence of the CNO.
Specific expectations are as follows:
Strategic Planning : Participate in the development and
implementation of the nursing strategic plan aligned with the
overall EHC nursing strategic plan. Implement nursing related
elements of the entity specific annual operating plan. Determine
avenues to improve the value (qualitative and quantitative) of care
Leadership : Provide vision, direction, and leadership to
departments within Nursing in concert with Chief Nursing Officer.
Leads program planning, implementation, and evaluation efforts for
areas of responsibility both at strategic and tactical level.
Maintain personal development plan and provide management
development and coaching for other members of the team. Represent
EHC at state, local and national level through involvement in
professional associations and organizations. Participate in
Human Resources Management : Assure adequate quality and number
of staff by assuring adherence to department productivity measures.
Maintain a focus on internal talent management and retention. Meet
or exceed yearly goals for vacancy and turnover rate.Complete
evaluations within the allotted timeframe. Assure that staff and
unit directors/practice leaders are actively engaged in unit and
organizational professional governance activities as reflected in
the minutes and other related documents.
Financial Management : Assure financial accountability for
annual operating and capital expenditures and budgets. Meet yearly
goals for contribution margin, percent variance from budget and
overtime rate. Assure efficiencies in staffing and resource
utilization by comparison with internal and external benchmarks as
measured by productivity units appropriate for areas managed.
Performance Improvement/Safety : Continually assess and improve
the performance of care and services provided. Assures continual
readiness for regulatory compliance. Maintains an environment that
promotes a safety culture. Supports performance improvement
activities. Meets annual quality and safety goals as defined by the
EHC balance scorecard. Ensures a high level of customer service,
including patient and family centered initiatives. Facilitates the
development and implementation of evidence-based practice and
quality efforts. Drives research in associated area of
Technology : Oversees appropriate use of technology in the
delivery of nursing care through optimization of available tools
and platforms. Integrates nursing, its information, knowledge, and
management with information and communication technologies to
promote care delivery. Seeks innovative ways to leverage
technology, data science and predictive modeling in the development
of care delivery and process improvement efforts.
Regulatory Compliance : Sustains a working understanding of
regulatory requirements and accreditation standards. Evaluate area
of responsibility for compliance with regulatory and accreditation
standards. Identify best practices as well as deficiencies to share
with peers and make recommendations for improvement. Participate in
the development of corrective action plans to guide needed and
sustainable improvements. Work with nursing department leaders,
Quality Management and accreditation specialist to improve staff
competency, compliance and documentation. Enhance relationships to
promote interdisciplinary involvement and knowledge of compliance
standards, status, and actions. Track laws, regulations and
standards that may affect practice and policies. Work with direct
reports to insure that needed changes are made by the effective
date of any change(s) in requirements.
Masters degree required. Doctorate in nursing preferred.
If Master's degree is other than nursing, must have a BSN.
10 years of progressive nursing experience with a minimum of
five years of progressive administrative experience required.
Current licensure as a registered nurse in the state of Georgia
or able to obtain a Georgia license.
Certification in nursing administration and/or area of expertise
Strong work ethic with demonstrated competency in nursing
practice including care delivery models, care coordination and
Demonstrated expertise in self-directed problem analysis and
Expertise in evidence based practice, budget development, budget
management, regulatory readiness, and innovative solution
Excellent public speaking skills with stellar verbal/written
High level critical thinking, negotiation, and decision making
skills are essential.
Must be able to comprehend and interpret policies, procedures,
and standards of practice.
Is able to meet the expectations of multiple constituencies with
Must be effective in matrix management.
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