The Hematology and Oncology Clinic Practice Manager will be responsible for the administrative oversight of all patient care operations within the Hematology/Oncology clinics including human resource management, operations management, facilities/physical asset management, business center operations and clinical patient coordination.
Job duties include:
Assumes accountability for financial oversight of areas of responsibility including supply inventory, equipment budget preparation and implementation.
Ensures performance to annual operating budget by taking corrective action when appropriate/necessary.
Oversees the selection, supervision, development and evaluation of classified personnel. Develops, monitors and enforces productivity and performance standards. Develops staffing plans and justifies incremental resources.
Ensures maintenance of allied health and nursing practice standards.
Supervises and participates in patient care operations including issues related to patient flow, scheduling, customer, and customer service. Ensures that operational practices are continually improved through the development, implementation and evaluation of continuous quality improvement initiatives. Ensures compliance with institutional, divisional and unit based policies and procedures as well as external regulatory requirements.
Participates in facility and physical asset planning and maintenance. Ensures optimal utilization of assigned resources. Justifies for incremental space resources using institutional and divisional processes.
Minimum Qualifications Bachelor’s degree and Registered Nurse License with at least five (5) years of ambulatory care experience relevant to assigned clinical practice, including two (2) years of supervisory experience. Oncology nursing experience.
Preferred Qualifications Master’s Degree in Business Administration or Healthcare Administration.
Internal Number: 20163378
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