Spectrum Health Lead Improvement Specialist, Radiology in Grand Rapids, Michigan
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Leads and manages operational improvement projects throughout the organization including both clinical and non-clinical areas to accomplish measurable business process improvements. Works on the most complex assignments. Analyzes and measures the effectiveness of existing processes and helps to develop sustainable, repeatable and quantifiable clinical and business process improvements. Collects and analyzes process and quality data to initiate, develop, and recommend operational practices and procedures that focus on enhanced safety, increased productivity, and reduced cost. May focus on quality or process improvement. Provides mentoring, training and informal leadership to less experienced team members.
Supports executive sponsors accountable for strategically important programs by developing recommendations and operational plans to achieve system goals.
Responsible for developing and maintaining cross-entity participation and collaboration to operationalize integration through change management, communication, organizational development, resource alignment, and other relevant strategies to accomplish organizational mission. Responsible for driving identification and development of any new processes, infrastructure and resources needed to support strategic deployment initiative.
Responsible for development and measurement of key performance indicators.
Works closely with various levels of leadership to identify the duplication points, impact on and connection between all organizational entities on an on-going basis. Identify risks associated with competing schedules, resources, and priorities.
Participates on committees/task forces as member, consultant, and/or chair, as needed. Acts as a mentor to others.
Serves as a liaison between various departments across the Spectrum Health System. Communicates, collaborates, networks with and acts as a consultant to key stakeholders in order to ensure continuity and coordination of services and appropriate utilization of resources. Responsible for stakeholder management, particularly stakeholders external to the organization.
Responsible for determining and maintaining program budget.
Required Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in health care management, business, finance or related field
Preferred Master's Degree
10 years of relevant experience in healthcare administration, quality, or clinical area, preferably within a large healthcare system that includes ambulatory and hospital care, employed medical staff model, and long-term care; experience within non-healthcare companies of like complexity and size will be considered; OR Required
Sustained success (as defined by department) in a fully-qualified or senior-level feeder role within SH Performance Improvement or similar project management area Required
significant experience leading multiple change initiatives simultaneously Required
CRT-Lean Bronze Certification - UNKNOWN Unknown
CRT-Project Management Professional (PMP) - PMI Project Management Institute
CRT-Program Management Professional (PgMP) - UNKNOWN Unknown
SITE - Musculoskeletal Center - 230 Michigan St - Grand Rapids
Business Operations - Surgical Services
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Who We Are
Spectrum Health is a nationally recognized not-for-profit health system, offering a full continuum of health services through our health plan, medical group and hospital group. As an integrated health system, we are able to work together across all facilities, employees and providers to create exceptional, consumer-focused interactions.
Spectrum Health is redefining what it takes to improve the health of our communities and introducing new and innovative ways for consumers to access high-quality, low-cost care so that they can connect with us for a lifetime of health.
We strive to provide one Spectrum Health experience: a consistent, high-quality, seamless health journey for consumers; no matter where, when or how they interact with us. The result is better health outcomes for the thousands of individuals, families and communities we serve.
We are the region’s largest employer, with corporate offices located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Spectrum Health Hospital Group and Spectrum Health Medical Group are consistently recognized for the exceptional care they provide. Priority Health is among the largest health system-sponsored health plans in the U.S. and offers extensive experience serving large and small employer groups, individuals, Medicare Advantage, Healthy Michigan Plan and Medicaid populations.
Since 2010, Spectrum Health has been listed five times among the 15 Top Health Systems in the U.S. by Truven Analytics™. Click here (https://www.spectrumhealth.org/about-us/quality-safety-and-patient-experience/awards) to see a complete list of our safety, quality and patient experience awards.