DOES NOT NEED TO BE RN
The Director of Outpatient Clinics plans, directs, coordinates, and administers the operation of the outpatient primary and medical specialty clinics, including the activities of the Medical Clinics and formulation of policies and procedures. Assists with development of service lines. Assures that the Clinics and staff meet the standards set by the appropriate regulatory agencies. Is prepared for inspection of the physical plants and to meet the criteria established for patient charting, policy and procedures, protocols for Advance Practice Providers. Coordinates services between the clinics and the hospital. Is responsible for Quality Assurance (QA), Quality Control (QC), and Performance Improvement (PI) in the clinic environment. Assists with implementing and sustaining changes aligned with people-centered integrated care to improve quality, safety, efficiency, the patient experience and the work life of
Provides leadership, management and coordination of health services within the operation of the clinics.
a. Develops, recommends, and implements new or revised policies, standards and procedures.
b. Ensures all policies are reviewed at least once annually and includes advanced practice practitioners, and appropriate support staff in the review and revision of those policies.
c. Interprets and enforces policies, standards and procedures.
d. Monitors policies and procedures for compliance of quality standards.
e. Participates as a member or organization management team in the review, development and Community and Public Relations.
a. Provides interface with community agencies for health care planning. Promotes and assists in special community projects. Serves as a liaison with other health agencies.
a. educational workshops.
b. Maintains awareness of laws and regulations pertaining to rural health clinics and Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) look-alike and related federal and state rules. Keeps up-to-date with current changes that
• Bachelor’s degree in health care administration, hospital administration, public health, public policy and/or business administration.
• Master’s degree preferred.
• Five years of progressive responsible management experience in a clinic system.
• Possession of a Master’s Degree in Hospital administration, health care administration, public health, or business administration may be substituted for one year of the experience required.
PAY IS 70-90.00 PER HOUR