Executive Director-Oncology Services #64753
Within the Oncology Service Line, position will focus on the following for all services at the Lafayette Family Cancer Institute (medical, radiation, and pediatric and surgical oncology, cancer registry, support services and rheumatology). Additionally, the position oversees:
·Care standardization: working with clinicians to assure best clinical practices and encouraging their adoption; also ensuring compliance with regulatory agency standards and requirements.
·Care coordination: assuring processes are in place that will optimize quality, cost, and access by choreographing expertise, technology, and access to care
·Consumer orientation: focusing on how the programs can best meet the needs of the consumer (not vice versa), and increasingly thinking through the lens of wellness and population health as the institution and system assumes more financial risk
·Growth: developing growth strategies and engaging with the Communications Department in marketing campaigns
·Collaboration: Developing and fostering collaborations within the system as well as other key institutions to enhance the influence of the services as well as foster referral loyalty
Education and Experience
·Advanced degree in business administration, health administration, medicine or nursing required
·Minimum of five years of health care leadership experience at director level or above required
·Minimum of five years of progressive experience within the cancer service line required
·Experience with, and working understanding of patient flows, treatments, and modalities within the cancer service line
·Experience with, and working understanding of oncology-related regulatory and accreditation processes and requirements required
·Experience with medical group management of cancer providers; physicians, surgeons and mid-levels.
·Experience with outreach, working with cancer support organizations and community screening programs
·Experience with, and working understanding of government and commercial payor policies and reimbursement models pertaining to cancer care