Advanced Practice Registered Nurses / Physician Assistants
The Clinical Director, Advanced Providers, exists to provide clinical and operational support to the Advanced Providers of one or more Service Lines. The Clinical Director, Advanced Providers has a dual reporting relationship to the Director of Advanced Providers and the Service Line Administrator. The Service Line Leader providers clinical guidance, operational support, and provides input into the performance of the incumbent. Taking direction and collaboration from the Director of Advanced Providers, the Service Line Administrator, and Service Line Leader, the Clinical Director plans and directs the clinical activities for advanced practice providers of the of the Service Line(s). Oversees adherence to IUHP policies and state and federal rules and regulations. Supervises advanced providers and directs daily operations to include staffing, quality improvement, customer service and access. Other layers of advanced provider management (such as manager or team lead) may be supervised, depending on scope and complexity of Service Line. Works collaboratively with the Service Line Administrator to ensure operational and financial performance metrics are met. Maintains clinical practice and competency.
Maintains license and board certification within the state of Indiana.
Maintains prescriptive authority if required in practice setting.
Requires a masters prepared advanced practice degree such as Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, Clinical Nurse Specialist, or equivalent.
A minimum of five years of progressively more responsible related work experience in a clinical setting with three to five years of concurrent management or informal leadership experience in order to gain knowledge of administration and operation of physician practices.
A Master of Health Administration or a Master of Business Administration degree and one to two years experience in an ambulatory setting may be accepted in lieu of management experience.
Advanced interpersonal skills necessary to interact in complex situations, work cooperatively with peers, senior management and represent the Company to a variety of external vendors and professional organizations.
Analytical and quantitative skills necessary in order to organize, coordinate and assess potential plans and programs, and to conduct financial and programmatic impact analyses.
Excellent verbal/written communication skills.
Ability to exercise a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion and decision making to achieve operational objectives.
Knowledge of computer systems and applications is required.
Ability to occasionally lift/move/carry objects weighing up to 50 pounds.
Internal Number: 238958
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