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The Program Manager for PCN (Primary Care Network) Care Management provides direct clinical and
administrative supervision for the PCN care management program team with strategic direction and guidance from the AHP/PCN/URMC Senior Director of Care Management. He or she also serves as a member of the AHP/URMC Care Management Organization (CMO) leadership team. The Program Manager is responsible for supervising care management staff assigned to the PCN practices. S/he also provides timely feedback to care management staff to inform their process improvement on PCN workflows, quality improvement initiatives designed to improve patients’ health outcomes and decrease unnecessary health care utilization. Clinical oversight includes: partnering with the PCN population health team on population health initiatives such as closing gaps in quality metrics for Excellus, UHC, etc, and decreasing unnecessary health care utilization, patient and family assessments, care/treatment planning, chronic disease management, care coordination, self-management support and transitions care management. All of these activities occur in collaboration with each patient’s primary care physician and other members of the interdisciplinary treatment team at the practice. (Posted 4.14.21)
As the central operations and program employee, you would be the backbone of the team’s functionality, communication, reach, and impact. The work is multi-faceted and exciting, with much room for growth, learning, and mentorship under Mark Monchek (Chief Opportunity Officer)and Anna Staritsina (Chief Strategy Officer).. (Posted 4.7.21)
This role is responsible for management and maintenance of Reliant’s technology systems while providing leadership, coaching, and direction to departmental staff. They'll serve as a technical expert supporting technology systems including, but not limited to, hardware, software, networking, and security related assets. They'll work closely with all departments of the organization to deliver exceptional support and service, and apply proven communication, analytical, and problem-solving skills to identify, communicate, and resolve systems issues and to maximize the benefit of IT system investments. (Posted 4.4.21)
The Strong is searching for two new members to add to its finance team- an Accounting Clerk and a Finance Project Manager. Descriptions and qualifications for the positions are found below and may be viewed online at museumofplay.org/about/employment. Interested, qualified candidates may utilize this link to complete the application profile as well. (Posted 4.1.21)
UR Medicine is looking for a dynamic individual to join the Department of Orthopedics as their Front Office Administrator, overseeing 9 clinical locations. UR Medicine Orthopedics offers access to expert musculoskeletal care and rehabilitation across our region, with significant growth plans over the next three years including the region’s first Orthopedics & Physical Performance Center. The Front Office Administrator will direct the front office staff, promoting operational excellence, addressing patient workflow issues, and coordinating clinic processes with nursing. The goal of the Front Office Administrator’s work is to ensure that patients receive the highest level of service, that providers function in a highly efficient environment, and that staff work in a rewarding and respectful environment. (Posted 3.29.21)
The University of Rochester Medical Center’s Talent Acquisition team continues to grow and is seeking a talented individual to join our team as the Director of Faculty Recruitment. This is an exciting opportunity to establish a proactive recruitment program that reinforces equitable access to our opportunities and supports our effort to recruit individuals from widely diverse backgrounds, leading to inclusive representation at the faculty level. (Posted 3.17.21)
A critical member of the Strong Internal Medicine (SIM) leadership team, the Director of Integrated Clinical Services leads planning and operations for the practice’s integrated clinical programs, care management, and population health efforts. In this role, the Director has primary accountability for the optimal performance and resource utilization of these services in alignment with SIM’s overall strategic plan; as well as for the practice’s success in value-based payment and pay-for-performance programs. This is a key role in SIM’s ability to achieve our purpose of delivering a full and healthy life to our patients. The Director is also responsible for representing SIM within the URMC/Accountable Health Partners (AHP) Care Management Organization (CMO). (Posted 3.8.21)
Work independently and with museum colleagues to develop, execute, deliver, and advance the museum’s educational initiatives, programs, and materials for children and young adults in school groups (grades 4–12), or visiting with their family or virtually (Pre-K to 12). Collaborate with school teachers and administrators. (Posted 3.2.21)
The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the overall management, operation, and well-being of NCBI Rochester. The Executive Director oversees a large, dedicated volunteer base. (Posted 2.18.21)
The University of Rochester Medical Center’s Human Resources team is seeking a Change Management Leader. The Change Management Leader serves as the key Project Manager, developing and executing project plans that maximize employee engagement to ensure that people are prepared for, and embrace, change. This position will initially lead the Career Path Modernization project, a multi-year initiative to completely transform our job classification and compensation program. As time goes on, the Change Management Leader will support future Human Resource projects. (Posted 1.25.21)
The University of Rochester Medical Center's Department of Neurology is seeking a Director of Finance.
The Director of Finance plays a key role in the strategic plan by driving strong year-over-year improvement in financial performance. The Director of Finance will oversee the department’s Accounting team, establishing processes that ensure sound fiscal management. The Director of Finance also advises Neurology’s Program Administrator and Chair on financial performance, providing up-to-date financial information that will support the growth and development of Neurology’s programs and services. (Posted 1.25.21)
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