• Officer-Chief Nursing

    Location US-TN-MEMPHIS
    Posted Date 2 months ago(2 months ago)
    Position Code
    00170001
    Status
    Regular Full-Time
    Department
    ME Administration
  • Overview and Responsibilities

    Develops, administers, directs, and implements all nursing and related patient care activities, working in close collaboration with Entity Administration and the System Nursing team to meet and support diverse organizational business initiatives/strategies.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to standardization of systems, identification of efficiencies, financial oversight for nursing programs/services, integration of performance improvement strategies, design of strategic nursing business initiatives, processes and communication plans which support BMHCC nursing goal attainment while fostering patient, physician and employee satisfaction.  Works collaboratively with all hospital departments to coordinate nursing integration, service line development, and standardized nursing practice.

     

     

    00170001

    CNO

    RN

    Nursing

    Registered

    Nurse

    Chief

    Nursing

    Officer

    Administrator

    MSN

    BSN 

     

     

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree required or a progressive plan to obtain degree. Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Health Care Administration, Nursing or related field preferred.  RN licensure required.

     

    • 5 years progressive, outcome oriented executive experience in a multi-hospital system with experience in a competitive managed care market required, 10 years desired.

     

    • Knowledge of health care issues, trends, legal compliance and managed care with emphasis in all components and nursing operations.

     

    • Ability to foster collaborative partnerships in the development, implementation and administration of service and program delivery.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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