Dell Children’s Medical Center is in search of a Transplant Administrator to plan, develop, implement, and manage the hospital-based Pediatric Transplant Center. The Pediatric Transplant Administrator will collaborate with hospital and clinical leadership to oversee the implementation of the heart and kidney transplant programs as well as future development of solid organ and bone marrow transplant programs. The work will focus on the establishment of quality assurance and performance improvement (QAPI) programs, development of outcome measures, negotiation of managed care agreements, establishment of a referral network, communication and data systems development for patients eligible for and receiving transplants, and overall planning for transplant services.
Establishes market strategy, service offerings and clinical program.
Evaluates, develops, and adapts the business processes of the clinical service line(s) to meet the ever changing healthcare environment and needs of patients and families.
Responsible for programmatic growth, physician recruitment, alignment or acquisitions; the evaluation, development and adaptation of clinical/business processes for the service line.
Facilitates a culture of teamwork, collaboration, and accountability across disciplines within the service line.
Coordinates with physician leadership to identify clinical and non-clinical technology, software, and equipment needs in support of the service line.
Partners with physician lead to implement clinical standards and programs; new programs and services, in an efficient/cost effective manner to provide a unified approach to care delivery.
Develops and implements cost, Clinical Process Reliability (CPR), and efficiency plans. Identifies necessary resources for patient care and programmatic development.
Collaborates with Population Health leaders to improve health outcomes within the community.
Develops and markets expanded and/or new services in response to innovation, technology, strategic developments or compensation consistent with the goals of the clinical service.
Partners with other key departments to develop short and long range strategic plans for the service, operating and capital budgets, and an integrated strategic and financial plan.
Keeps abreast of regulatory, legal, reimbursement changes, and industry trends. Establishes appropriate database registries, certifications, and external benchmark reasons to deliver outstanding clinical care.
Transplant contracting with insurers, management of financial coordinators and program development into a Center of Excellence.
High school diploma/GED with 2 years of experience, or Associate's degree, or Bachelor's degree required
Master's degree preferred
5 years of experience required.
2 years of leadership or management experience required.
Preferred qualifications include:
Master’s degree in Business, Nursing or related healthcare field
Minimum 5 years’ experience in a transplant center management position
Strong transplant financial, strategic/business planning and operational experience
Internal Number: 358573
About Dell Children's Ascension
Ascension Seton, based in Austin, Texas, is a faith-based non-profit healthcare system founded in 1902 by the Daughters of Charity. Called to be a sign of God’s unconditional love for all, Ascension Seton strives to expand access to high-quality, low-cost, person-centered care and services. Ascension Seton operates more than 100 clinical locations, including four teaching hospitals which serve as training sites for Dell Medical School at The University of Texas.
Ascension is a faith-based healthcare organization dedicated to transformation through innovation across the continuum of care. As one of the leading non-profit and Catholic health systems in the U.S., Ascension is committed to delivering compassionate, personalized care to all, especially to those most in need. In FY2018, Ascension provided nearly $2 billion in care of persons living in poverty and other community benefit programs.