Cedars-Sinai Director, Clinical Transformation in Los Angeles, California
Director will have management responsibility for implementation of assigned Clinical Transformation programs in order to contribute toward achievement of annual goals and long-term strategic plans. The Director will support contributions from CT team members and guide direction of cross-functional teams to ensure that work output leads to enhanced clinical efficiency, appropriateness of care, and successful achievement of payer-focused initiatives. The Director will also mentor and develop staff members and support the overall growth of knowledge and skill within Clinical Transformation.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
•Partner with Vice President, Executive Director, and Medical Director to set the strategic direction of the Department and to identify key priorities
•Assume management oversight for design and execution of assigned Clinical Transformation programs to successfully achieve annual goals and priorities and progress toward long-term strategic plans. Ensure appropriate focus of activities, integration with cross-functional stakeholders, and seamless execution.
•Ensure that all assigned programs demonstrate appropriate synthesis of insights from data, clinical evidence, operational realities, and payer trends and anticipated evolution.
•Enhance and promote collaborative relationships with other groups across the organization, including those within the Office of the CMO, those within the Medical Network, and clinical and operational partners.
•Represent Clinical Transformation in cross-functional committees and task forces.
•Provide input into staffing decisions (including contracting and management of consultants) and budget development and achievement. Ensure that there is appropriate financial, professional, and time management stewardship in all assigned programs.
•Identify areas of needed improvements in CT approach, processes, and performance and support potential enhancements
•Provide regular performance feedback to all direct and indirect reports. Support individuals in their development planning. Mentor and coach to enhance performance, and identify areas for development that would be appropriate for team learning.
•Drive change management initiatives, both to encourage innovative approaches within CT as well as to gain buy-in and support for transformation across the organization.
•Develop strong relationships with cross-functional operational stakeholders and partners across the organization
•Leverage demonstrated knowledge and expertise in specific areas of importance to Clinical Transformation in order to elevate skills and performance of team members and contribute to enhancement of work output across the team
Master's Degree in Public Health or another relevant field required
Clinical degree preferred
10 years of experience in a leadership position within a healthcare organization with operational accountability and people management responsibilities required
10 years of experience in a leadership position in development and implementation of value-based care models required
10 years of experience in a leadership role within major change/transformative healthcare initiatives preferred
Licenses and Certifications
- If clinician, active license and specialty society certification preferred
Cedars-Sinai is an EEO employer. Cedars-Sinai does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of the race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, physical or mental disability, legally protected medical condition (cancer-related or genetic characteristics or any genetic information), marital status, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, age (40 or older), military and/or veteran status or any other basis protected by federal or state law.