In conjunction with the Medical Director and the Ambulatory Care Administrator (ACA), provide leadership for a multidisciplinary Ambulatory Care Unit. Plan, manage, and evaluate administrative, clinical, financial and operational activities. Initiate, develop and implement administrative procedures to enhance patient and employee satisfaction, patient flow, revenue capture, and margin improvement. Conduct analyses and execute plans for operational improvements. Hire, train and evaluate staff. Prepare, monitor and manage billing and other fiscal activities including the monitoring of charges and collections and initiate corrective action where necessary. Act as administrative liaison with centralized or external agencies. Assure compliance with institutional goals, objectives, policies, standards and guidelines. Develop and implement site based policies and procedures. Resolve operational problems, patient and employee complaints. Prepare special periodic reports, including financial summaries, quality reporting and activity statistics. Provide leadership through leveraging the knowledge and skills of staff.
- Prior management/supervisory experience is required.
- Demonstrated ability to facilitate team work necessary to leverage day to day operations.
- Demonstrated effective communication, interpersonal and conflict management skills.
- Successfully complete an introductory hyperbaric medicine training program within 8 months of hire.
- Required Educational Requirement:
- Master’s degree in Nursing or Health Care Administration, Public Health, Business or related field (a Juris Doctor degree may be considered)
- If Master’s degree is not in Nursing, a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing is required.
- Four or more years of progressively responsible nursing experience.
- Knowledge of the University of Michigan policies and procedures.
- Previous experience managing a wound care clinic and hyperbaric oxygen multi-placed chamber preferred.
- Broad clinical experience in patient care.
- One or more years experience in ambulatory care.
- Current license to practice nursing in the state of Michigan.
This position is located at the Domino’s Farms Comprehensive Wound Care Clinic
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