The MUSC Health Radiology collaborative Integrated Clinical Center of Excellence (ICCE) Administrator, is responsible for, directs, manages and plans all aspects of radiology operations and services delivery for all hospitals and facilities within MUSC Health. The c ICCE Radiology Administrator works in a complex health system matrix structure reporting directly to the Radiology cICCE Chief and Radiology Department Chair and has constant interaction with MUSC Health senior medical staff leaders, other ICCE Chiefs, Chairs, Administrators as well as Radiologist medical directors, radiology leadership, and radiology staff. In addition, the Administrator works closely with each MUSC Health facility leader to coordinate care and services specific to the facilities’ services and needs. MUSC Regional Health Radiology Directors at each facility may report to their respective site/campus leaders, and also report in a matrix structure to the Administrator of Imaging Services while the Directors of Radiology at MUSC Health Charleston division will report directly to the Administrator.
Specific duties performed by the Radiology ICCE administrator for the MUSC Health system include radiology services budgeting, expense control and revenue growth/profitability, strategic planning, implementation of Radiology services at new MUSC Health hospitals and facilities, marketing and business development, patient, physician, staff satisfaction, and quality clinical outcomes. The Radiology ICCE Administrator uses collaborative management techniques including transparent business intelligence analytics, Lean methodology, QAPI, SBAR with other ICCE administrators, directors, managers, physicians, and departmental teammates to implement new and improve existing processes and achieve quality outcomes and organizational, ICCE and personal goals. This position is particularly challenged to coordinate and to integrate key radiology support services across a geographical dispersed health system, to rationalize clinical services and technology deployment or redeployment of capital and human resource assets, and to identify opportunities for expansion of efficient and cost effective MUSC Health radiology services
Minimum Training and Education:
Education: Graduate of an AMA approved school of Radiologic, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine Technology or other clinical imaging program with a Baccalaureate level degree in Allied Health, Health related, basic or IT science, management major is required with other relevant curriculum Baccalaureate majors considered. A Graduate University degree as a MHA, MBA or MS in Allied Health, basic/IT science, health education or business management major is preferred. The American Healthcare Radiology Administrators (AHRA) Certified Radiology Administrator (CRA) designation is preferred.
Experience: 12 years demonstrated progressive health care setting management experience required with at least 5 in a Directorship level role preferable within a multi hospital health system.
Required Licensure, Certifications, Registrations:
Current or past national registration and/or certification in any Imaging modality including but not limited to the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), and/or the Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (RDMS), and/or Certified by the Certification Board in Nuclear Medicine (CNMT) or other imaging based modalities is not required but strongly preferred.
Management principles knowledge and demonstration of the management skills of: medical staff relationships, health planning, financial budgeting, planning and analysis, reimbursement, contract negotiations, radiologic construction and project planning, critical thinking and problem solving, collaborative and transparent leadership, human resource management including the use of just culture, staff development and compliance and the personal incorporation and active practice of diversity and inclusion principles. Knowledge of and understands CMS, OSHA, SCDHEC, FDA, NRC, TJC and other Federal and/or State regulations as pertaining to the practice of Radiology. Must have overall operational knowledge of multiple modality Imaging equipment platforms including but not limited to Digital Diagnostic, Mammography, Ultrasound, CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, and image guided Interventional Procedures. Facility with PC’s or other devices using standard office software including Word, Excel spreadsheet and Power Point and must be able to conduct internet/web based searches and webinars. Demonstrated use and familiarity with Radiology Information Systems (RIS), system wide financial or other reporting systems and Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) is required. Must be able to use business analytics to routinely generate quality, safety, financial or other ICCE operational based written or live presentation status reports.
Radiology cICCE chief and Radiology Chairperson, Associate Radiology Chair, Senior and mid-level MUSC Health and MUSC management, Radiology Medical and Division Directors, other MUSC Health ICCE Chiefs and Administrators, physicians, patients, patient family members, all management and staff teammates within the Radiology cICCE, other support staff throughout the system, outside vendors and sales representatives, DHEC, TJC and other regulatory body personnel where applicable.
Physical Requirements: Continuous requirements are to perform job functions while standing, walking and sitting. Ability to bend at the waist, kneel, climb stairs, reach in all directions, fully use both hands and legs, possess good finger dexterity, perform repetitive motions with hands/wrists/elbows and shoulders, reach in all directions. Ability to be qualified physically for respirator use, initially and as required. Maintain 20/40 vision corrected, see and recognize objects close at hand and at a distance, work in a latex safe environment and work indoors. Frequently lift, lower, push and pull and/or carry objects weighing 25 lbs (+/-) unassisted, exert up to 25 lbs of force, lift from 36″ to overhead 25 lbs. Infrequently work in dusty areas and confined/cramped spaces.Exposure to blood, body fluids or tissue. Possible exposure to infectious materials, communicable diseases and/or other conditions common to a healthcare environment. Limited exposure to risk of radiation, toxic or caustic chemicals, and to blood-borne pathogens. Quiet to moderate noise level in work area. Requires performing work under stressful conditions, meeting deadlines, and irregular hours. Required to take cICCE and/or MUHA Administrative call and to work weekends/holidays or to shelter in place at a MUSC Health hospital or facility for weather related or other unusual operational impactful circumstances based on the needs of MUSC Health.
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This Job Post expires on Tuesday February 4th, 2020