About the Role
The Women's Health Manager understands and acts on the relationship between patient access to care, department operations, finance, and productivity, and coordinates these components within the department to deliver quality patient care. Develops and oversees department daily operations. Develops and champions department performance and behavioral standards and works to continuously improve the quality of services. Ensures compliance with all regulatory requirements and holds caregivers and staff accountable for meeting goals by utilizing and applying quality improvement principles.
Directs department operations, coordinates patient service delivery, educates and develops staff, controls budget(s) and manages the work environment.
Serves as a resource for interdisciplinary divisions within the hospital.
Provides ongoing assessments of the department as it pertains to staff competency, workflow, and best practices. This includes reducing length of stay, increasing patient satisfaction, enhancing staff engagement, and improving productivity metrics.
Perform strategy as directed by CNO.
Creates, establishes and enforces work rules, procedures and policy.
Sets, approves and tracks employee work schedules.
Formulates and puts into practice ideas and strategies in relation to employee training.
Issues formal evaluations and provides input on areas of deficiency and as appropriate applies corrective action.
Resolves department grievances.
Helps maintain appropriate staffing levels within department.
Manages team to support company goals.