Manager - Advanced Practice Full-time Job7 months ago - Training - Columbus - 655 views
Manager - Advanced Practice (Job Opening 461189) - Scope of Position: The manager of the Ambulatory Advanced Practice Providers is responsible for the operations and administrative leadership of the Family Medicine and Women?s Health Advanced Practice Providers. The manager assumes responsibility for determining the vision and direction of the services provided by Advanced Practice Providers, as well as the strategic and operational plans to support the vision of the health system. The manager is responsible for defining and implementing the role of the Advanced Practice Providers in the patient care model defined by OSUMC. Position Summary: The manager is responsible for managing operations, evaluating employee performance, assuring customer satisfaction (internal and external), and strategic as well as operational planning and program development. The manager serves as a leader and mentor within the department and the Medical Center. The manager will be responsible for day to day staffing, scheduling, budgeting, evaluations, and will be directly involved in all of the hiring and posting of positions to the cost center. Managers are responsible to: integrate department services with Medical Center primary functions; coordinate and integrate services within the department and with other departments; develop and implement policies and procedures that guide and support the provision of the department?s services; recommend a sufficient number of qualified and competent persons to provide the department? services; continuously assess and improve the department?s performance; maintain appropriate quality control programs; provide for orientation, in-service training, and continuing education of all persons in the department; recommend sufficient space and other resources required by the department; participate in the selection of outside services if needed; and ensure compliance with appropriate patient care and business practices.
Education and Experience
Current license and certificate of authority to practice as a CNP in the State of Ohio or National Certification Commission for Physician Assistant (NCCPA) certification. Current certificate to prescribe in the State of Ohio and a current DEA number. Graduate of a Master's in Nursing program that qualifies the graduate to sit for the certification examination of a national certifying organization recognized by the Ohio Board of Nursing. Or graduate with a Master's Degree from an accredited Physician Assistant program. At least (5) years experience as an Advanced Practice Provider. 2 years of previous management experience preferred.
Ohio State University Medical Center