The Detroit Medical Center is one the largest academic medical centers in the United States, with a long and rich history of medical education, providing training in medical education for more than 100 years. As the nation shifted to more rigorous oversight of physician training, the DMC continued to be a leader in accredited programs in medical education beginning with the Ophthalmology Residency Programï¿½s accreditation in 1951, Pathology in 1953, Internal Medicine in 1956, Neurology in 1958 and Neurological Surgery in 1960. The DMC now trains the majority of practicing physicians in the State of Michigan including 70 percent of the stateï¿½s trauma surgeons and 60 percent of its emergency physicians.
The DMC currently sponsors more than 100 residency and fellowship programs, training over 1000 physicians each year. Detroit Medical Center Graduate Medical Education Accredited Training Programs include 67 Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education accredited residencies and fellowships; 4 accredited by the American Osteopathic Association; 5 fellowships accredited by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology; and 6 residency programs accredited by Other Boards.
The DMC maintains Academic affiliations with Michigan State Universityï¿½s College of Osteopathic Medicine and Wayne State Universityï¿½s School of Medicine. The faculty provides the majority of medical student, resident and fellow training at DMC hospitals.
The Detroit Medical Center graduates outstanding physicians with advanced training in many specialties including Emergency Medicine, Surgery, Cardiology, Neurosurgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Neurology, Internal Medicine, Pathology, Pediatrics, Radiology and many more.
The Chief Executive Officer has overall operational responsibility and oversight of DMC Harper University Hospital, DMC Hutzel Womenï¿½s Hospital, DMC Detroit Receiving Hospital and DMC Heart Hospital. The Chief Executive Officer will be responsible to lead by example, setting clear strategies and performance expectations in an environment of participation and collaboration with senior management, physicians, and the Joint Advisory Board(s).
Additionally, the Chief Executive Officer has responsibility for providing strong leadership, direction, and assistance in setting strategy with clearly defined expectations for the academic medical center.This executive will work closely with academic leadership in managing the relationships and contractual obligations with the academic partners, leading the development of progressive physician/hospital strategies, and executing plans in order to optimize the short- and long-term financial performance of the academic medical center.The Chief Executive Officer will also work closely with Tenetï¿½s corporate operational improvement and business development functions to bring innovative programs and approaches to the hospitals.These include programs to grow profitable service lines, align our investments in support of our physiciansï¿½ interests, and drive changes to increase the profitability of services.In addition, this executive will work with corporate functions on pricing of managed care contracts, quality improvement programs, leadership programs, capital requests, etc., that benefit the performance and potential of the facilities.
The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for building a strategy for the academic medical center that balances the long-term relationship with the academic partner and Tenetï¿½s overall financial and portfolio aspirations.The CEO has responsibility for establishing plans to address productivity, operational performance, staff retention and satisfaction the each academic medical center. He/she will partner with medical staff to foster quality, efficiently provided care.The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for establishing trust and emerging as a leader in key initiatives and strategies to continually improve the quality and level of services provided.
The Chief Executive Officer has responsibility for creating an environment that supports employee satisfaction, improved service and quality, as well as initiating a strategic process that addresses continuous measurable improvement. This executive will exhibit strong communication, presentation and listening skills to ensure collaboration and coordination, especially as concerns physicians, employees and the community.Ensure positive employee relations and trust through communication, education, consistency and dependability.He/she is responsible for assuring the highest standards of healthcare delivery and outcomes, ensuring a constant patient focus at each academic medical center.
Further, the Chief Executive Officer will assist in the development and oversight of major capital projects on an ongoing basis to analyze the financial return.He/she will provide preliminary review of major capital projects from a strategic, operational and financial standpoint.
The Chief Executive Officer works closely with academic medical center leaders to assure action plans from monthly operations reviews are executed appropriately.He/she will exhibit strong leadership skills within the Detroit community engaging others and serving as a catalyst in improving community health.The CEO will utilize fact-based decision making to target growth initiatives affecting service line profitability, physician profitability, and market growth rates.This executive will also interface with Government Programsï¿½ staff to optimize Graduate Medical Education cost reimbursement.
FUNCTIONAL EXPECTATIONS & REQUIREMENTS:
The Chief Executive Officer has the following functional responsibilities in leading the above-referenced hospitals:
Ensures a positive working relationship with physicians; creates a culture of open progressive communication and mutual understanding between the physicians, facility leadership and employees.
Develops and leads a top-notch administrative team.
Establishes a sense of mutual ï¿½pride of ownershipï¿½ among constituencies, including physicians, employees and the community.Nurtures a culture of shared purpose and goals among these groups, fostering greatly improved working relationships and ensuring consistent quality of patient care.
Maintains a highly visible presence, interacting constantly with key stakeholders to inform and advise them of strategies, current healthcare trends, legislation and activities.Represents the facility as a vital provider and employer by being an active civic leader in the community.
Recruits and retains first-rate physicians to work with the facility.
Exhibits strong communication, presentation and listening skills to ensure facility-wide collaboration and coordination, especially concerning physicians, employees and the community.
Displays strong business acumen, a sophisticated knowledge of healthcare funding, and experience in competitive marketplaces with the ability to make complex and difficult decisions.
In conjunction with the Chief Financial Officer of the facility, the Chief Executive Officer will sign to certify the financials of the facility on a quarterly basis.
Appropriately assesses strategic opportunities to enhance the facilityï¿½s market position.
Assures the highest standards of healthcare delivery and outcomes, ensuring a constant patient focus.
Shows creativity and judgment in developing and communicating an executable vision that includes new product lines and services, partnerships, and ventures.
Continues to build solid, effective relationships with appropriate partners, payors, businesses, customers, and the community at large.
Ensures positive employee relations and trust through communication, education, consistency and dependability.
Leads the development of progressive physician/facility strategies and executes plans in order to optimize the long-term potential of the facility.
Fosters a work climate that attracts quality employees, and provides and promotes the facility as a provider of choice for patients.
Demonstrates successes in integrating medical staff and creating opportunities for growth and profitability.
CANDIDATE EXPERIENCE, ATTRIBUTES AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Minimum ten to fifteen years of progressive experience in facility or healthcare management, culminating in successfully leading a complex entity in a culturally diverse, competitive urban environment. Incumbent should possess the following experiences, professional and personal attributes and education:
A minimum of ten years of successful progressive healthcare/hospital management experience to include management experience in an academic medical center environment. A demonstrable record of significant career progression, having culminated in a senior management position as either a Chief Operating Officer, Senior Operations Officer or Chief Executive Officer in a progressive, financially sound hospital system.
Experience working in an academic medical center that utilizes cutting edge technologies, resources and therapies, with a focus on teaching future generations of medical professionals the best ways to care for their patients, is highly desirable.
Demonstrated, sophisticated understanding of healthcare and facility financial matters; a strong, experience-based knowledge of managed care.
Experience as a senior operational executive in a proprietary facility, or proven capability to consistently produce positive margins in a complex and competitive environment.
A proven background in developing and implementing successful strategies that ensures delivery of high quality, cost effective healthcare.Possesses a verifiable history of engendering growth through increased productivity as well as program development.
A strong reputation for sustained, successful, inclusive, trust-based physician relations, and proven success for attracting excellent physicians.The ability to understand physiciansï¿½ viewpoints and needs, and work strategically with them in the best interest of patients and the facility.
A highly effective manager with a demonstrated track record of bold leadership and bringing teams toward full utilization of their talents and abilities to achieve desired business results.
Must have independent judgment and decision-making capability.Excellent human relations skills.
Visionary with the ability to think strategically and possessing the communication and leadership skills to follow through on development plans.
Demonstrated success in balancing cost and quality issues and partnering with the medical staff to address productivity and quality improvements.
Superior knowledge of healthcare trends and legislation combined with strong business acumen.
Track record of active community leadership. The Market Chief Executive Officer must be a visible, active participant in civic forums representing the facilities.
Proven ability to provide high quality, cost effective care through innovation, reputation and positive employee and physician relations.
The ability to communicate effectively with diverse constituencies and to deliver high quality written and verbal presentations.Astute interpersonal, public relations and negotiating skills.Excellent interpersonal skills; and a dedicated listener.
One who encourages feedback and collaborative efforts in his/her staff in order to promote a higher standard of patient care, cost effective delivery of services, and a team-oriented culture.
An individual of highest personal and professional integrity, principle and knowledge, earning respect and support when making difficult decisions and choices.Able to establish immediate credibility with peers, senior leadership, medical staff, and the Board.
An undergraduate degree in Business, Health Care Administration, or related field is required.An advanced degree, such as MHA, MBA, PhD, MD or DO, is strongly preferred.
A competitive compensation program will be tailored to the selected candidate. Base salary will be supplemented by a performance bonus and comprehensive, well-rounded benefits program, which includes relocation assistance.
Job: Executive Search
Primary Location: Detroit, Michigan
Facility: 984-Fort Lauderdale, FL
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Internal Number: 2005008644
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