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The Staff Nurse is accountable for interpreting the plan of Medical care, assessment of patients clinical decision-making regarding nursing care, assuring nursing care is provided in a safe and competent manner, providing individualized nursing care, and evaluating nursing care for groups of patients.
The Nurse Extern Tier II is accountable for providing nursing assistance and performing basic nursing procedures to groups of patients within an assigned nursing department, under the supervision, guidance,
and direction of a Registered Nurse who may delegate subversion to other Team Member such as; Licensed Practical Nurse and/or State Registered Nursing Assistant. In addition, the Nurse Extern can gain additional clinical practice to enhance their preparation as future licensed nurses
The Medical Device Security Engineer manages IT implications with medical devices. Assesses risks and strategizes solutions. Deploys hardware and software based strategies. Manages medical device IT related projects and incidents. The Medical Device Security Engineer will identify and resolve potential areas of compliance, vulnerability, and risk through corrective action plans. This role will lead the development, implementation, and maintenance of technology that supports the Medical Device Security Risk Management program. The role reviews and evaluates industry technology, standards, and best practices to create plans to ensure medical devices are safe and secure.The Medical Device Security Engineer will perform various audits and assessments to ensure ARH maintains effective security compliance. This role will assist in promoting compliance, creating security awareness, and
understanding new and existing compliance issues and other related policies and procedures. The
Medical Device Security Engineer facilitates effective communication between Clinical Engineering and other Information Services teams to insure the environment is secure.
CEO is responsible and accountable for directing all functions and activities within the appointed hospital and its respective
business units along each domain of the “Triple Aim” (patient safety and quality, service, and financial performance):
Developing, nurturing and improving a safe and cost-effective clinical culture that produces predictable patient
Developing, nurturing and improving a service culture that supports and engages employees, medical staff, patients
and the community; and
Developing, nurturing and improving a cost-effective operating culture that achieves established objectives.
At all times, CEO will conduct her/himself in accordance with ARH’s behavioral standards and will execute her/his duties in
The Director, Pharmacy Business Support serves as the primary finance point of contact for pharmacy operations, providing direct and proactive support with budget development, operational performance analyses, strategic financial analyses and business case/capital proforma development. This position reports to ARH Finance leadership but has accountabilities to the operations leaders within Pharmacy and/or other assigned entities (inclusive of, but not limited to regional CMO’s, CEO’s and other operations leadership as well as the ARH executive team). It is general practice that the Regional Finance Director has assignments that are more complex and/or higher volume, serving complex markets, facilities and departments while being a liaison to other finance related subject matter experts (accounting, payor contracting, supply chain, etc.). The Director, Pharmacy Business Support serves as finance leader, consultant, educator, liaison and represents finance at meetings or on teams and multi-disciplinary committees. Individuals in this role must be able to effectively analyze, prioritize and communicate while providing guidance and education to other staff members regarding complex financial matters.
The AVP Value Based Care will serve as the executive leader of ARH’s ACO and CMS’ Medicare Shared Savings Program. The Director is accountable for the effective direction and management of ARH’s Accountable Care Organization, ARH CMS Bundled Payment Initiatives, Future Provider Medicare Advantage Plans, and Medicaid Reimbursement Programs.
The AVP Strategy Development and System Integration facilitates the annual strategic planning and integration process by ensuring organizational alignment with the strategic plan through the establishment and management of the ARH management system. The position is responsible for using the management system to help drive expected performance and improvement around the triple aim principal of financial, quality/safety and patient engagement outcomes.
The Clinical Coder is responsible and accountable for reviewing medical record documentation and assigning codes for reimbursement and statistical purposes.
The Staff Accountant is accountable for the timely and accurate preparation and maintenance of the financial statements. This responsibility encompasses all accounts on the organization’s Balance Sheets and Income Statements.