Executive Director Neuroscience Destination Service Line (DSL)
Stanford Health Care
Location: Palo Alto, California
Type: Full Time
Preferred Education: 4 Year Degree
Salary: Determine on experience
Hospital, Public and Private
Please contact Michelle Miranda for inquiries regarding this position; we offer relocation assistance. MichelleMiranda@stanfordhealthcare.org
4 Year Degree
Internal Number: R22119754
The Executive Director of the Neuroscience Destination Service Line (DSL) is a member of the senior leadership team for the Neuroscience DSL. The Neuroscience Destination Service Line includes Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Neuro Interventional Radiology. This position models the values, acts in accordance with policies and procedures, and holds others accountable for meeting standards, which are informed by industry best practices and/or regulatory in nature. The Executive Director has responsibility and accountability for establishing and maintaining operational excellence across all Neuroscience service delivery areas, organizational and leadership development, maintaining necessary regulatory and compliance approvals and quality accreditations, effectiveness and efficiency of operations within the defined areas of responsibility. The Executive Director works closely with the Stanford School of Medicine (SoM) Neurology and Neurosurgery Chairs, Neuroscience Department Medical Directors, Neuroscience department providers, nursing leaders, clinical services, and the Business Development team to execute Stanford Health Care and Neuroscience DSL strategic goals, promote program growth, and deliver cost-effective services leading to revenue generation and increased market share. The Executive Director maintains awareness of alternate payment models, reimbursement strategies, and progressive care delivery frameworks that could contribute to clinical integration and development of Neuroscience services across the organization. The Executive Director not only represents areas under his/her direct responsibility, but also provides leadership around organization-wide initiatives to improve patient care, clinical effectiveness, reduce cost, optimize patient throughput, and patient & employee satisfaction.
Bachelor’s degree in business, nursing, health or public administration or a related field.
Master’s degree in business, nursing, health or public administration, management or related field strongly preferred.
Bachelor's Degree and fourteen (14) years of progressively responsible and related work experience, OR
Master’s Degree and ten (10) years of progressively responsible and related work experience
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