CC014209 Radiology Administration
Provides oversight to the Department Managers regarding Radiology Services and the provision of safe, compassionate care that meets high quality and safety standards. Ensures that department managers provide leadership in staff engagement, development and training. Provides department budget development, implementation and monitoring; oversees the capital equipment requests and project implementation process; oversees the timely resolution of staffing and labor issues; promotes quality and safety; and demonstrates dynamic leadership in the following modalities including, but not limited to, MRI, Ultrasound, X-Ray, Nuclear Medicine, CT and Radiology Support Services. The Director works under the general oversight and has a direct reporting relationship to the Vice President of Ambulatory Care Services and is the primary liaison to the Section Chief of Radiology Services.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Construction and Capital Equipment Purchases
- Collaborates n space, design and construction planning
- Proactively communicates regarding current and future space, furniture, design or construction needs to ensure appropriate budgeting and planning of projects.
- Evaluates and selects Capital Equipment in collaboration with key stakeholders
- Facilitates communication between design team, construction team and vendors regarding equipment installation
- Oversees planning for use of space, equipment and patient schedule modifications during construction periods
- Supports managers and team leads in directing daily operations of the department and setting goals and action plans.
- Oversees downtime planning and ensures written plans are in place
- Provides guidance and support to radiology scheduling templates, appointment coordination and accurate patient scheduling
- Provides guidance and facilitates communication to management teams responsible for ensuring proper working condition of equipment, imaging and radiology related information technology products
- Participates in contract development and review related to research initiatives, equipment purchases or leases, equipment service, school affiliations and reviews invoices associated with contracts to ensure proper billing
- Leads Radiology team in planning, implementing, analyzing, improving and maintaining systems, procedures and processes
- Applies clinical and technical knowledge to translate goals and objectives into operational plans
- Evaluates new technology and clinical knowledge to improve operational efficiency and fiscal impact
- Works with Radiology schools to train new practitioners and identifies new educational needs
- Monitors department staffing plans based on volumes, patient acuity, anticipated workload, skill mix and competency
- Ensures compliance with all applicable Federal and State regulatory agencies and scope of practice acts.
- Required - Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university - Field of Study: Business, Leadership, Process Improvement, Clinical preferred
- Preferred - Master's degree or equivalent degree - Field of Study: Business, Leadership, Process Improvement, Clinical preferred
- Required - 5 years total experience required, which includes 3 years of additional healthcare leadership experience
- Preferred - 2 years Business experience preferred
- Preferred - American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT R)
- Required - typing,data entry,word processing etc.
- Required - Experience with Microsoft Office software (Outlook,Word,Excel,PowerPoint)
- Required - Demonstrated organizational, delegation, time management, decision making, priority setting, leadership and collaborative skills.
- Required - Demonstrated effective written and verbal communication skills.
- Required - Demonstrated ability to manage multiple deadlines and tasks.
- Lifting/Pushing/Pulling Weight Up to 35 pounds
- Noise Level Noise Level
- Physical Activity Reach with hands and arms
- Physical Activity Sit
- Physical Activity Stand
- Physical Activity Talk or hear
- Physical Activity Use hands to touch, handle, or feel
- Physical Activity Walk
- Physical Environment Blood or bodily fluid
- Physical Environment Infectious disease
- Physical Environment Inside Office Environment / conditions
- Physical Environment Lasers
- Physical Environment Risk of radiation
- Physical Environment Work in a confined area
- Physical Environment Work near moving mechanical parts
- Safety Sensitivity This position has been designated as safety sensitive.
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