Texas Health Resources Director Radiology in Frisco, Texas
Texas Health Frisco seeks to hire a Director Radiology.
Texas Health Hospital Frisco — a health care campus designed to be a destination for the residents of Frisco and surrounding communities. Scheduled to open later this year, Texas Health Frisco will be a place where every experience matters. Located on 20 acres off the Dallas North Tollway in northwest Collin County, Texas Health Frisco will feature a 325,000-square-foot, 73-bed acute care hospital that will include a 24/7 emergency room, surgical services, women’s services and a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
The 120,000-square-foot medical office building will house primary care practices and a multispecialty clinic. Offering this broad range of clinical specialties in one location will bring comprehensive health care to Northwest Collin County, exceeding the unique needs of each individual and the collective well-being of the community.
Salary range is Min. $100,984/year to Max. $154,336/year – based on relevant experience
Location: Frisco, TX
• Full time, day shift
Plan, organize and delegate activities as required for the safe, efficient and effective operation of the department including active participation with other hospital and leadership staff to accomplish this objective.
Develop and oversee the implementation of policies, procedures, and standards that direct department operations.
As required for service, verify that standards are consistent with regulatory and accreditation standards and requirements.
Actively incorporate measures to obtain compliance with regulatory and accreditation standards and requirements.
Identify and utilize processes and resources that support optimal delivery of data and information to leadership team and staff.
Establish priorities for department growth and enhancement based on customer need, research findings, and industry trends.
Effectively market the service to key stakeholders.
Collaborate with those providing direct patient care and members of other disciplines at all levels in the development, implementation, and evaluation of program and services.
Prepare the operating and capital budgets for the department.
In collaboration with the department management and staff, determine the appropriate number and level of staff, balancing competency, patient needs, patient outcomes, patient safety outcomes and productivity guidelines.
Manage the approved budget and adjust strategies as needed to meet budgeting expectations.
Regularly communicate with staff and customer groups as appropriate regarding hospital/departmental goals, results and future direction.
Advocate for appropriate fiscal and Human Resources to accomplish work/goals for the Department and the Organization.
Collaborate with all customer groups (patients, department/hospital staff, physicians and other customer groups), to meet and exceed needs/expectations.
Create and maintain a collaborative work environment (patients, physicians and key stakeholders).
Actively engage in customer groups on a regular basis to promote effective customer relationships and communication with prompt resolution of issues and concerns.
Evaluate customer satisfaction on a regular basis to determine gaps between actual results and expectations.
Use benchmark data from internal and external sources to identify opportunities for improvement of care and patient safety.
Identify key performance indicators that need to be monitored and evaluated.
Develop, monitor and evaluate systems that improve organizational performance.
Include department staff shared KPI goal setting, strategy development and outcomes analysis.
Oversee the effectiveness of the department recruitment and retention program, taking action as necessary to provide an adequate level of qualified staff.
Promote professional growth, development and accountability in staff, students and colleagues.
Track and evaluate staff performance and individual development, holding staff accountable for achieving service expectations.
Coach and mentor subordinate staff in order to improve performance and expand responsibilities.
Develop and support shared decision-making in order to develop inter/intradepartmental teamwork and team goal accomplishments.
Identify leadership talent and actively develops leadership skills.
Support diversity objectives of the organization in recruiting and promotion into leadership roles.
Network with peers in State/Regional/Nation to share ideas and conduct mutual problem-solving.
Promote understanding and effective use of organization management theories and research.
Establish collegial relationships with physicians, unit personnel and administration.
Integrate team-building strategies and principles of group process in iteration with staff.
Promote the professional image in demeanor, appearance, attitude and behaviors.
Engage in self-performance appraisal on regular basis, identifying areas of strength as well as areas for professional/practice development.
The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications
Bachelor's Degree required
Master's Degree Healthcare or business related field preferred
5 years Imaging leadership experience required
Licenses and Certifications
BCLS - Basic Cardiac Life Support AHA and CMRT - Certified Medical Radiologic Technologist TMB required upon hire
ARRT - American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, or, CNMT - Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist required upon hire
AHRA upon hire is preferred
Proactive problem solving; good interpersonal skills; good verbal and written communication skills; basic computer skills; strong financial management skills including analysis and budgeting; knowledge of industry standards and regulatory standards for area of responsibility; ability to work as a member of a team, to lead, learn and be creative.
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