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Sarah Cannon and HCA’s Mission Health are fighting cancer together for patients throughout western North Carolina.
This is a BRAND NEW position, based out of Asheville, North Carolina.
Sarah Cannon, is the global cancer institute of HCA Healthcare.
We offers integrated cancer services with convenient access to cutting-edge therapies for those facing cancer in communities across the United States and United Kingdom.
HCA Healthcare is a leading healthcare provider with 185 hospitals and approximately 1,800 sites of care in 21 states and the United Kingdom
The Regional Vice President (RVP) will drive operational excellence for the oncology service line for HCA’s Asheville division, ensuring the region delivers high quality, patient centered oncology care through program development under the direction of Sarah Cannon's Senior Vice President of Oncology Market Operations & HCA's Divisional Leadership.
By bringing together a network of renowned cancer experts, we are collaborating and sharing best practices that address every aspect of the cancer journey. Beginning with screening and diagnosis continuing through treatment and survivorship, so that patients can receive quality care with improved outcomes.
Summary of Key Responsibilities: This position is responsible for developing and implementing an oncology service line business plan meeting the needs of the cancer patient during the entire continuum of care, driving profitable oncology service line growth, and improving operations in terms of quality and processes.
Duties include but are not limited to:
-Provides direction and support for the on-going development of a comprehensive oncology service line for the Division. In partnership with key division colleagues, hospital administrative teams and physicians, conceives and develops strategy, promotes operational standards, and ensures that cancer services are coordinated across the division
-Ensures that the strategies, priorities and operations of all facilities are aligned and complementary, ensuring a system approach to oncology services within the Division
-Assists with physician recruitment activities for the oncology service line within the Division
-Attends medical staff meetings and/or medical staff committee meetings as assigned or requested. Informs appropriate Division/facility colleagues of proceedings at meetings attended and recommends action, as necessary
-Collaborates with physicians to develop and foster positive working relationships.
-Represents the division/facility by membership in related professional and community associations. Supports community projects and agencies
-Engages national, division, and facility service line leaders, quality, physician sales, managed care, and supply chain to plan for emerging trends in terms of clinical protocols, technology, reimbursement, medical management, and supply utilization
-Identifies and documents oncology best demonstrated practices from across the company, group, or Division and facilitates the communication of these BDP’s to Division facilities
-Assists the facilities with the assessment of patient and staff education needs in regards to oncology services
-Collaborates with decision support and IT to develop tracking and reporting mechanisms to monitor the progression of oncology service line development across the Division
-Manages service line development, implementation and management activities, including:
-Facilitation of the planning process and implementation activities with Division and facility leadership
-Participation in the annual budgeting process
-Improvement of service line profitability (e.g., cost structure)
-Assistance with the facilities’ evaluation and purchase of diagnostic and treatment equipment, ensuring equipment standardization and “best pricing opportunity”
-Monitoring and ensuring service line quality (e.g., clinical outcomes,
credentialing/privileging, processes, services, satisfaction) aligns to division/market and national quality standards and best demonstrated practices
-Service Line Specific Performance Metrics
-Market share stabilization/growth
-Net revenue & volume growth
-Contribution and EBDITA Margins (Service Line P&Ls)
-Quality & Process Indicators (e.g., core measures)
-Successful service line development and implementation
-Physician Retention and Loyalty rates
Bachelor’s College Degree
Minimum Required: Type of Experience-
-Partner management, strategy or corporate development experience including solid history of relationship growth success
Time - Given the type of experience stated above:
5 years but less than 7 years
Type of Experience-
-Oncology operations experience
Appropriate education may be substituted for partial experience.
About Mission Health
Mission Health, an operating division of HCA Healthcare, is based in Asheville, North Carolina and is the state’s sixth largest health system. In 2018, for the sixth time in the past seven years, Mission Health has been named one of the nation’s Top 15 Health Systems by IBM Watson Health (formerly Truven Health Analytics). Mission Health is the only health system in North Carolina to achieve this recognition. Mission Health operates six hospitals, numerous outpatient and surgery centers, post-acute care provider CarePartners, long-term acute care provider Asheville Specialty Hospital, and the region’s only dedicated Level II trauma center. With approximately 12,000 colleagues and 2,000 volunteers, Mission Health is dedicated to improving the health and wellness of the people of western North Carolina.
About Asheville NC
The Asheville, NC area continues to be a destination for both relocation and travel. Our airport is rated as one of the best connected regional airports in the country. Once in the area, there are many things to do in and around downtown Asheville, including taking advantage of our restaurants, breweries and great outdoor activities.
One of the main draws for travelers and residents alike is downtown Asheville – vibrant and friendly, the area has critically acclaimed restaurants, galleries and great boutique shopping. Stepping out of the downtown core, each smaller enclave around Asheville has a unique feel—West Asheville, North Asheville and Biltmore Village, among others, are areas that keep the local Asheville area busy.
The Asheville, NC metro area, covering four Western North Carolina counties, has a population of approximately 450,000 residents. In 2016, Buncombe County attracted 10.9 million visitors, generating $2.9 billion in economic impact. Despite this growth, the cost of living is less than the national average and has retained a small-city charm. Small businesses have a strong presence in Asheville, adding to the great “community feel” of Asheville.