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Sinai Health System Chicago, IL, USA
General Summary/basic PURPOSE OF JOB:The Administrative Supervisor is responsible for the administration of nursing service activities on an assigned tour of duty. The Administrative Supervisor functions as an extension of administration for other hospital departments.General Summary/basic PURPOSE OF JOB:The Administrative Supervisor is responsible for the administration of nursing service activities on an assigned tour of duty. The Administrative Supervisor functions as an extension of administration for other hospital departments.GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB:The Administrative Supervisor is responsible for the administration of nursing service activities on an assigned tour of duty. The Administrative Supervisor functions as an extension of administration for other hospital departments.GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB:The Administrative Supervisor is responsible for the administration of nursing service activities on an assigned tour of duty. The Administrative Supervisor functions as an extension of administration for other hospital departments. MINIMUM Education:Graduate of an approved school of nursing Bachelor's degree preferredMINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE:Previous clinical experience within a hospital or health care setting required. Managerial experience preferred REQUIRED LICENSES, Certificates, Registrations:cpr acls Currently registered as a professional nurse in the state of Illinois
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
GENERAL SUMMARY: The RN will assess, plan, implement and evaluate the total nursing care for a designated group of pediatrics to geriatric patients undergoing a variety of rehabilitative and disease processes. The RN works toward the improvement of care and quality of life for patients. Reports to : Clinically directed by Unit Manager, Charge Nurse, Supervisor. Administratively to Nurse Executive Provides Supervision to : Staff RN's when acting as charge nurse, LPN's and PCP's. NEW GRADS WELCOME TO APPLY! BENEFITS: Medical / Dental / Vision Tuition Reimbursement Clinical Ladder PTO 403 b with matching contributions CE Courses offered Annual CPR courses offered EDUCATION / REQUIREMENTS: Graduate of an Accredited Nursing School Active RN license in the State of Illinois required BLS CPR for Healthcare Providers AHA approved, Level C required BSN Preferred 1-2 years of experience within a hospital setting Leadership ability Good Interpersonal and communication skills Ability to function independently within scope of clinical practice
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
GENERAL SUMMARY: The responsibilities of the Occupational Therapist are: To evaluate, plan, interpret and implement specific Occupational Therapy treatment programs for patients in order to facilitate the patient's maximum recovery potential. To supervise assigned students and support staff as applicable. To conduct self in a manner which brings credit to the department, the organization, and the profession of Occupational Therapy. To contribute to the team effort and show respect and compassion for patients, families and other staff. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: Selects appropriate evaluation tools to assess patients' abilities and areas of impairment related to functional limitations. Develops goals and a treatment plan based upon a comprehensive Occupational Therapy assessment and evaluation. Takes into the account goals of the patient, family, and/or caregiver as well as rehabilitation prognosis. Adjusts goals and treatment plan as necessary to meet patients' changing needs. Provides effective, skilled, evidence-based therapeutic interventions through individual and/or group therapy to improve identified deficit areas including psychosocial, cognitive, developmental, perceptual, sensory, motor, and activities of daily living. Participates in discharge planning, including making appropriate discharge recommendations, and may include educating patient, family, and/or caregiver, providing a home program, and recommending follow-up care. Completes thorough documentation in a timely and appropriate manner meeting departmental, hospital, and regulatory standards for initial evaluations, progress notes, discharge summaries, daily documentation, and other documents as needed. Documentation supports charges billed, demonstrates skilled interventions, and identifies necessity for Occupational Therapy services. Demonstrates effective time management skills and meets department standards (e.g. productivity, chart reviews, completion of documentation). Demonstrates knowledge of own scope of service including any new regulatory changes in professional practice; monitors own compliance. Communicates effectively with team members, other health care professionals, patients, families, and caregivers to achieve optimum care for patients, to facilitate team interaction and to positively represent the department and hospital. Conducts self in a professional manner in all interactions, behaviors, and communication with leadership. Demonstrates accountability for own actions and job performance. Accepts constructive feedback in a positive manner. Participates in the departmental quality process; contributes ideas for operational improvements. Supports change initiatives. MINIMUM EDUCATION: Master's degree in Occupational Therapy. KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS: Very good communication skills both verbally and written. Goal oriented with desire to grow professionally. REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS: Licensed by the state of Illinois.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
GENERAL SUMMARY: The RN will assess, plan, implement and evaluate the total nursing care for a designated group of pediatrics to geriatric patients undergoing a variety of rehabilitative and disease processes. The RN works toward the improvement of care and quality of life for patients. Reports to : Clinically directed by Unit Manager, Charge Nurse, Supervisor. Administratively to Nurse Executive Provides Supervision to: Staff RN's when acting as charge nurse, LPN's and PCP's. · Develops an ongoing comprehensive data base (Admission assessment) for each patient using patient, families and significant others and other health care workers as sources of information when appropriate. · Monitors and recognizes obvious deviations from normal age appropriate level and recognizes subtle alterations in the patient's physiological and psychological status that may indicate potential or actual patient problems. · Gives a thorough concise report at change of shift · Assesses and facilitates patient / caregiver interaction and relationship BENEFITS: · Medical · 403(b) · Continuing Education · Tuition Reimbursement EDUCATION / REQUIREMENTS: · Graduate of an Accredited Nursing School · Active RN license in the State of Illinois required · BLS CPR for Healthcare Providers AHA approved, Level C required · BSN Preferred · 1-2 years of experience within a hospital setting · Leadership ability · Good Interpersonal and communication skills · Ability to function independently within scope of clinical practice
Sinai Health System Chicago, IL, USA
Organizational Background Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital is a freestanding, not-for-profit, 102-bed rehabilitation hospital located on Chicago's West Side and a proud member of Sinai Health System. Schwab was the first fully licensed and accredited rehabilitation hospital in the Midwest. Today, Schwab continues to offer a therapeutic environment of comprehensive inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation for adults and children. Schwab has a rehabilitation-focused short-term sub-acute unit and also offers seven treatment gyms featuring state-of-the-art equipment, private treatment rooms, a warm-water indoor therapy pool, and an award-winning therapeutic rooftop garden. Our intensive inpatient rehabilitation program schedules each patient for a minimum of three hours of therapy on five or more days a week. Patients who qualify for inpatient rehabilitation must have a need for 24-hour care by a physician and nurse who specialize in rehabilitation nursing. Position Purpose The Manager of Inpatient Rehab Services is responsible for ensuring the smooth functioning of all inpatient rehab services at Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital and at Mount Sinai Hospital, including supervision of multi-disciplinary staff. Maintains responsibility for staff education, orientation, competency planning, supply maintenance, evaluating employee performance, and establishment of daily staffing levels. Performs operating and capital budget planning and administration and assists in stewardship of department and organization resources. Continuously looks for ways to improve the department's clinical quality, operational efficiency, and communications that fulfill the mission of Sinai Health System. Responsibilities Gives appropriate supervision and direction to Lead Therapy staff; supports and encourages staff to pursue continuous growth and professional learning; fosters career growth and considers succession planning. Reinforces Patient Satisfaction and Customer Services standards; performs Service Recovery when needed. Monitors PRC scores and establishes subsequent action plans when needed. Oversees Lead Therapists in coordination of daily staffing levels, taking into account volumes and regulatory needs of each area within Sinai Health System, as well as departmental capacity. Communicates with Therapy managers across the system. Communicates effectively with Referral Sources (e.g. SMG, Access, LCHC, Ortho Clinic, etc.) and strives to maintain Physician Satisfaction with Schwab Outpatient Therapy services and processes. Qualifications Professional degree in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech-Language Pathology, or Audiology from an accredited program. PTA and COTA candidates will be considered if possessing advanced degree (MHA/MBA, etc). 3 years as a staff therapist: PT, OT, SLP, Audiologist, PTA, or COTA (see above). Must have significant management experience in an inpatient rehabilitation setting. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Goal oriented with desire to grow professionally. Demonstrated human resource/talent management abilities. Fiscal management skills as demonstrated by management of Operating and Capital Budgets and cost containment activities. Intermediate skill level in basic Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook) Current valid licensure as a Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Speech-Language Pathologist, Audiologist, Physical Therapist Assistant, Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant by the state of Illinois. Must have no history of disciplinary action against license.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital is a freestanding, not-for-profit, 102-licensed bed facility on Chicago's West and Southwest Side that offers comprehensive inpatient and outpatient programs for adults and children. Schwab is a proud member of Sinai Health System and the first fully licensed and accredited rehabilitation hospital in the Midwest. Our therapists see patients through the entire continuum of care, from acute inpatient admissions at Mount Sinai Hospital, to inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient therapy services at Schwab. We also have a hospital-based rehabilitation-focused short-term sub-acute unit at Schwab that provides both therapy and nursing services with exceptional outcomes. Our rehabilitation team takes a holistic, interdisciplinary approach to address the physical, cognitive and psychosocial needs of each patient. Each patient is assessed and provided with a personalized care plan tailored to help achieve maximal independence and function. Schwab offers seven treatment gyms featuring private treatment rooms, a warm-water indoor therapy pool, and an award-winning therapeutic rooftop garden. The Physical Therapist works as part of a large interdisciplinary team that rotates every six months to one of our clinical areas - outpatient, acute and rehab inpatient (subacute, general ortho, spinal cord injury, brain injury and stroke). GENERAL SUMMARY: To evaluate, plan, interpret and implement specific Physical Therapy treatment programs for patients in order to facilitate the patient's maximum recovery potential. To supervise assigned students and support staff as applicable. To conduct self in a manner which brings credit to the department, to the organization, and to the profession of Physical Therapy. To contribute to the team effort and show respect and compassion for patients, families and other staff. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: Selects appropriate evaluation tools to assess patients' abilities and areas of impairment related to functional limitations. Develops goals and treatment plans based upon a comprehensive Physical Therapy assessment and evaluation. Takes into account the goals of the patient, family, and/or caregiver as well as rehabilitation prognosis. Adjusts goals and treatment plans as necessary to meet patients' changing needs. Provides effective, skilled, evidence-based therapeutic interventions through individual and/or group therapy to address identified deficits in functional mobility, ambulation and movement quality. Participates in discharge planning, including making appropriate discharge recommendations, and may include but is not limited to; educating patient, family, and/or caregiver, providing a home program, arranging equipment needs and recommending follow-up care. Completes thorough documentation in a timely and appropriate manner meeting departmental, hospital, and regulatory standards for initial evaluations, progress notes, discharge summaries, daily documentation, and other documents as needed. Documentation supports charges billed, demonstrates skilled interventions, and identifies necessity for skilled therapy. Demonstrates effective time management skills and meets department standards (e.g. productivity, chart reviews, completion of documentation). Demonstrates knowledge of/compliance with own scope of service including any new regulatory changes in professional practice; monitors own compliance (e.g. billing changes, TJC, CARF, CMS, etc.) Communicates effectively with team members, staff, other health care professionals, patients, families, and caregivers to achieve optimum care for patients, to facilitate team interaction, and to positively represent the department and hospital. Conducts self in a professional manner in all interactions, behaviors, and communication with leadership. Demonstrates accountability for own actions and job performance; accepts constructive feedback in a positive manner. Participates in the departmental quality process; contributes ideas for operational improvements. Supports change initiatives. MINIMUM EDUCATION: Masters or Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from an APTA accredited school or equivalent. REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS: Licensed as a Physical Therapist by the state of Illinois or eligible for licensure as stated by state guidelines. BENEFITS: Education Loan Repayment - up to $6000 Continuing Education 21 PTO days per year 403 b with Matching Contributions Medical / Dental / Vision coverage
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB:The responsibilities of the Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant are: To assist and follow through with patient treatment programs designed by an Occupational Therapist, in order to facilitate the patients' attainment of maximum recovery potential. To demonstrate support of hospital and system and conducts self in a manner which brings credit to the department and institution. To contribute to the team effort and show respect and compassion for patients, families and other staff REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: Reports to:Occupational Therapists, Therapy Supervisors, Director Therapy Provides Supervision to:COTA Students, Rehab Aides, Techs MINIMUM EDUCATION:Must have completed an accredited program for Occupational Therapy assistants and received an Associate of Arts degree or equivalent. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: None required KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS: Must have good interpersonal and communication skills to work adequately with other health care professionals and to establish therapeutic relationships with patients and their families. REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS:Must be licensed as a COTA by the State of Illinois or eligible for licensure as stated by state guidelines
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB:Responsible for assisting with the coordination of all system services required for an organized, multidisciplinary team approach to patient care. Assists in ensuring quality and cost-efficient care for the rehab patient population. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: Coordinates and arranges follow-up rehabilitation, transportation, discharge disposition, screenings, medical supplies/equipment, support, community, vocational, social security and medical services as indicated by team and/or as needed by patient/family Participates/supports activities as an interdisciplinary team member to improve patient care. Attends team meetings and rounds when appropriate. Prepares and completes all documentation and ensures that documentation is done in the time frames per the policies of the department. Attends, participates, provides coverage and comes prepared for team conferences as necessary. Recognizes individual patient rights to effective pain management by making referrals to, and collaboration with, appropriate team members. Meets with case managers regularly to ensure timely completetion of discharge plans, initial assessments and be familiar with patient/family needs and discharge dates. MINIMUM EDUCATION: Associate's or Bachelor's Degree required. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE:Excellent written and verbal communication skills. REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS: N/A
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB: The unlicensed assistant personnel perform(s) direct patient care and a variety of clinical and environmental tasks delegated by, and under the direction of the Registered Nurse. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES ·Accepts and carries out assignments from Registered Nurse/designee in consideration of unit needs and as appropriate to clinical experience. ·Answers call lights promptly; and responds to patient needs when within the realm of the job description and communicates other patient needs to the patient's nurse. ·Provides general comfort measures to patients including, but not limited to: positioning, turning, back rubs, linen change, ambulating, dangling, sitting, walking, and offering bed pan. ·Cares for patients in a manner that demonstrates understanding of their cognitive, physical, emotional and age specifics needs. ·Performs patient care rounds and anticipates patient care needs. MINIMUM EDUCATION: -High School graduate or GED required. -Graduate of Basic Nursing Assistant Program required MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: -Minimum one-year hospital/comparable experience within the last 5 years preferred. REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS: -Certified by Illinois Department of Public Health.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital is a freestanding, not-for-profit, 102-licensed bed facility on Chicago's West and Southwest Side that offers comprehensive inpatient and outpatient programs for adults and children. Schwab is a proud member of Sinai Health System and the first fully licensed and accredited rehabilitation hospital in the Midwest. Our therapists see patients through the entire continuum of care, from acute inpatient admissions at Mount Sinai Hospital, to inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient therapy services at Schwab. We also have a hospital-based rehabilitation-focused short-term sub-acute unit at Schwab that provides both therapy and nursing services with exceptional outcomes. Our rehabilitation team takes a holistic, interdisciplinary approach to address the physical, cognitive and psychosocial needs of each patient. Each patient is assessed and provided with a personalized care plan tailored to help achieve maximal independence and function. Schwab offers seven treatment gyms featuring private treatment rooms, a warm-water indoor therapy pool, and an award-winning therapeutic rooftop garden. GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB: Performs all duties of a Staff Therapist: Evaluates and treats patients in chosen sub-specialty; documents and charges for services appropriately; serves as a member of the interdisciplinary team across the continuum of care. Develops training, orientation, and competencies for Sub-Acute therapy area; provides supervision and oversight of therapy staff for Sub-Acute Unit. Demonstrates commitment to the Mission, Vision, and Values of Sinai Health System as well as to the profession of Physical Therapy. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES If PT/OT: Selects appropriate evaluation tool to assess patient's abilities and areas of impairment related to functional limitations. If SLP: Selects appropriate evaluation tools to assess and diagnose a variety of cognitive, communication, and swallowing impairments related to functional limitations. If PT/OT: Selects appropriate evaluation tool to assess patient's abilities and areas of impairment related to functional limitations. If SLP: Selects appropriate evaluation tools to assess and diagnose a variety of cognitive, communication, and swallowing impairments related to functional limitations. If OT: Provides effective, skilled, evidence-based therapeutic interventions through individual and/or group therapy to address identified deficit areas including psychosocial, cognitive, developmental, perceptual, sensory, motor, and activities of daily living. If PT: Provides effective, skilled evidence-based therapeutic interventions through individual and/or group therapy to address identified deficits in functional mobility, ambulation and movement quality. IF SLP: Provides effective, skilled, evidence-based therapeutic interventions in all areas of cognitive, communication, and swallowing disorders (individual and/or group therapy). Utilize appropriate devices and/or special equipment to enhance patient's communication and/or swallowing skills. Participates in discharge planning, including making appropriate discharge recommendations, and may include but is not limited to; educating patient, family, and/or caregiver, providing a home program, arranging equipment needs and recommending follow-up care. Completes documentation in a manner meeting departmental, hospital, and regulatory standards for initial evaluations, progress notes, discharge summaries, daily documentation, and other documents as needed. Documentation supports charges billed, demonstrates skilled interventions, and identifies necessity for skilled therapy. Participates in the departmental quality process; contributes ideas for operational improvements. Supports change initiatives. Stays current on relevant practice for Sub-Acute Therapy. Attends at least one continuing education course each year. Seen as primary resource for Sub-Acute Therapy. Makes recommendations for best practice; strives for consistent practice throughout Sinai Health System. Develops and updates Sub-Acute new employee orientation manual and competencies. Provides and/or obtains input to/from other Lead Therapists as needed. Assists with orientation of new staff to the Sub-Acute Unit. Provides clinical support and guidance to staff therapists on the Sub-Acute Unit. Mentors new, rotating and registry staff to the Sub-Acute Unit. JOB REQUIREMENTS MINIMUM EDUCATION: Degree in Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, or Speech-Language Pathology from accredited school or equivalent MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: 2 years' experience in one of the above fields. Demonstration of leadership abilities as shown by participation in committees, departmental initiatives, or equivalent KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS: Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Goal-oriented with desire to grow professionally. REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS: Licensed as a Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist or Speech-Language Pathologist in the State of Illinois.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
Mount Sinai Hospital 2 North is a 34 bed medical - surgical unit staffed by registered nurses, LPNs, and CNAs providing care for our patient population. We take pride in teamwork on 2 North. As a Level One Trauma Center, our unit receives trauma patients as well as post-surgical patients of a multitude of specialties. Our patients are admitted directly from the Emergency Department or from the Post Anesthesia Care unit. We also receive patients being transferred from the SICU or from the Surgical Step-down and direct admission for pre-op care. In addition to caring for trauma patients we care for a wide spectrum of surgical patients ranging from general surgical procedures vascular surgeries, bariatric surgeries, gyne surgeries, orthopedic surgery and, spine surgery . Our physician team includes board certified Intensivists and Trauma physicians, and surgeons from all specialties. We also have a full complement of Resident Physicians specializing in trauma; trauma surgery; general surgery; ear, nose and throat; orthopedics; obstetrics, gynecology, oncology, neurosurgery, rehabilitation, and much more. We work closely with our social workers which link our patients to support services. They also assist with resources to help patients cope with any post-traumatic stress, medication assistance programs, placement issues, and transition from hospital to home. Our therapy team consists of speech, physical and occupational therapists that do a wonderful job in getting our patients up and moving. Staffing and scheduling is always of concern to our nursing staff. We utilize online self-scheduling to fit the individual needs of our caregivers with the added convenience of being able to view your schedule and make requests at any time. In addition, we utilize online shift bidding to offer open shifts at a premium rate to provide our nurses with the opportunity to pick up extra shifts, flex staff and enhance continuity of care. 2 North is a fast paced, exciting environment and if teamwork, education and trauma sound exciting - this may be a unit for you.
Sinai Health System Chicago, IL, USA
Sinai Health System - Level 1 Trauma Center, is a Chicago-based not-for-profit organization, comprised of seven member organizations: Mount Sinai Hospital, Holy Cross Hospital, Sinai Children's Hospital, Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital, Sinai Medical Group, Sinai Community Institute and Sinai Urban Health Institute. The system has over 800 physicians on its hospital medical staffs, 695 licensed beds, 100,000+ annual emergency department patient visits and eight physician residency training programs. Mount Sinai Hospital's Surgical Intensive Care unit is a 9 bed monitored unit staffed by registered nurses providing primary care for our patient population. We take pride in teamwork in the SICU. Our unit receives complex trauma patients with the highest acuity, our patients are admitted directly from the Emergency Department or from the Operating Room. In addition to caring for trauma patients we care for a wide spectrum of critically ill surgical patients ranging from high risk general surgical procedures, high risk spine surgery to our Cardiovascular program. Our physician team includes board certified Intensivists and Trauma physicians and Resident Physicians specializing in the following: trauma, trauma surgery, general surgery, orthopedics, obstetrics, gynecology, oncology, neurosurgery, rehabilitation, ear, nose and throat and much more. We work closely with our social workers which link our patients to support services. They also assist with resources to help patients cope with any post-traumatic stress, medication assistance programs, placement issues, and transition from hospital to home. Our therapy team consists of speech, physical and occupational therapists that do a wonderful job in getting our patients up and moving. Staffing and scheduling is always of concern to our nursing staff. We utilize online self-scheduling to fit the individual needs of our caregivers with the added convenience of being able to view your schedule and make requests at any time. In addition, we utilize online shift bidding to offer open shifts at a premium rate to provide our nurses with the opportunity to pick up extra shifts, flex staff and enhance continuity of care. SICU is a fast paced, exciting environment and if teamwork, education and trauma sound exciting - this may be a unit for you.BENEFITS:Tuition Reimbursement Certification Differential Clinical Ladder 403 b with Matching Contributions PTO Medical / Dental / Vision Continuing EducationEDUCATION:Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing LICENSE/CERTIFICATION: Currently licensed as a Registered Professional Nurse in the State of Illinois CPR ACLS REQUIREMENTS: 1 year of nursing experience within Critical Care
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Sinai Health System Reports to: President/CEO, Sinai Health System Provides strategic and operational leadership and direction in the development and implementation of the financial management, budgeting, accounting, revenue cycle, and reimbursement functions of Sinai Health System (SHS). Executes both short- and long-term financial management plans/strategies which will enable SHS to maximize the potential of its financial resources to meet changes in health care economics and achieve organizational objectives. Serves as a member of the Executive Team participating in system-wide strategy development, planning and decision-making. The position is responsible to perform the following key items:Knows, understands, incorporates, and demonstrates the Mission, Vision, and Values in behaviors, practices, and decisions of SHS. Provides leadership direction and oversight in the planning and integration of financial services activities including financial management, budgeting, accounting and reimbursement; ensures fiscal responsibility and performance of SHS. Provides leadership and oversight direction to the Finance, Financial Reporting, Accounts Payable, Patient Financial Services, Patient Access, Revenue Cycle, Health Information Management, Risk & Insurance, Managed Care and Information Systems departments. Supports the Finance Committee of the Board. Develops and submits timely and accurate financial statements, budgets, reports, and other items requiring Board approval such as major financing or borrowing, insurance coverage renewals, etc. Recommends and/or participates in the selection of external auditors, investment advisors, insurance brokers, and depository banks. Develops and implements fiscal and accounting systems, policies and procedures, and management reporting in accordance with the policies and directives of the Board and generally accepted accounting principles. Recommends changes in fiscal and administrative policies to carry out objectives of SHS as needed. Assists the President and CEO in the overall operations of SHS and with short- and-long-range planning. Provides protection for assets of SHS, establishing and maintaining adequate internal control and auditing, and ensuring proper and adequate insurance coverage. Oversees the planning, development and implementation of the MO's annual and operating budgetary plan. Reviews all department requests for capital expense items, remodeling projects, FTEs, supplies and other operating expenses, and submits the same, with recommendations, to the President and CEO. Serves as a member of the Executive Team participating in the development and implementation of SHS's strategic plan and operational programs. Provides counsel and advice on financial matters affecting the operations and/or strategic direction of SHS. Maintains a general awareness of SHS operations identifying present and potential problems and opportunities, and making appropriate recommendations to the President and CEO. Coordinates special projects and assignments as directed by the President and CEO. Ensures assigned functions are in compliance with applicable state and federal regulations and accrediting agency requirements; initiates corrective action as necessary. Provides input to Federal and State legislators related to the development of policies and regulations that will favorably impact financial reimbursement to SHS. Maintains a working knowledge of applicable Federal, State, and local laws and regulations, Sinai Health's Organizational Integrity Program, Standards of Conduct, as well as other policies and procedures in order to ensure adherence in a manner that reflects honest, ethical, and professional behavior. Performs other duties as assigned. The successful candidate will have the following minimal qualifications:Master's degree in business administration, accounting, finance, health care administration, or related field. Ten or more years of progressively more responsible related work experience including five (5) or more years of experience as the CFO of a medium-sized hospital. A proven track record as a leader of a health care organization. Ability to communicate a vision and instill associates with a sense of shared purpose. Sensitivity to market issues Strong financial, analytical and cost control skills. Leadership and management skills necessary to work effectively within a system, influence results, motivate individuals and teams, and resolve problems in a diplomatic professional manner. Excellent oral and written communication, persuasion, negotiation and presentation skills. The incumbent must be able to clearly articulate factual and advisory information to all levels of staff, executives, the boards of directors, and others, and garner related support. Computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office. Willingness to operate in a collaborative, shared leadership environment. A personal presence that is characterized by a sense of honesty, integrity, and caring with the ability to inspire and motivate others to promote the philosophy, mission, vision, goals, and values of Sinai Health System
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Sinai Health System Reports to: President/CEO, Sinai Health System Direct Reports: President - Acute Care Hospitals, Vice President-Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital, Vice President-Population Health & Growth, Vice President-Sinai Tomorrow and Director-Operational Excellence Provides strategic and operational leadership to integrate and implement the strategic and growth plan of Sinai Health System into the daily operational activities across all acute and rehab clinical entities, departments and services. THE COO is responsible for the smooth and efficient operation of Mount Sinai Hospital, Holy Cross Hospital, and Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital ensuring efficient processes to allow for the provision of high quality services that meet the needs of patients, physicians, the community and staff. Serves as a member of the Executive Team participating in system-wide strategy development, planning and decision-making. The position is responsible to perform the following key items:Knows, understands, incorporates, and demonstrates the Mission, Vision, and Values in behaviors, practices, and decisions of SHS. Provides leadership direction and oversight in the planning and integration of clinical and operational services activities including hospital operations, ambulatory services, and strategic growth partnerships; ensures operational excellence and day to day performance of SHS. Provides leadership and oversight direction to the Population Health/Managed Care, Business Development, Sinai Tomorrow and Operational Excellence departments and functions. Assists the President and CEO in the overall operations of SHS and with short- and-long-range planning. Responsible for ensuring program and corporate compliance with primary health care policies and procedures, as well as with those external regulatory bodies such as HCFA, FQHC, HIPPA, OSHA, CLIA and other professional review and standards boards. Responsible for the development of the plan of operations and coordinating corresponding budgets reflecting the volume, revenues, expenses, staffing and capital needs of the organization. Partners with the CFO to plan and achieve the implementation of SHS annual and operating budgetary plan. Reviews all department requests for capital expense items, remodeling projects, FTEs, supplies and other operating expenses, and submits the same, with recommendations, to the SHS President/CEO and Board of Directors. Serves as a member of the Executive Team participating in the development and implementation of SHS's strategic plan and operational programs. Provides counsel and advice on operational matters affecting the operations and/or strategic direction of SHS. Maintains a general awareness of SHS financial function identifying present and potential problems and opportunities, and making appropriate recommendations to the President and CEO. Coordinates special projects and assignments as directed by the President and CEO. Maintains a working knowledge of applicable Federal, State, and local laws and regulations, Sinai Health's Organizational Integrity Program, Standards of Conduct, as well as other policies and procedures in order to ensure adherence in a manner that reflects honest, ethical, and professional behavior. Performs other duties as assigned. The successful candidate will have the following minimal qualifications:Master's degree in business administration, health care administration, or related field. Ten or more years of progressively more responsible related work experience including five (5) or more years of experience an executive with a health system or complex hospital. A proven track record as a leader of a health care organization. Ability to communicate a vision and instill associates with a sense of shared purpose. Sensitivity to market issues Ability to build and oversee the execution of clinical or service line growth strategies Strong financial, analytical and cost control skills. Leadership and management skills necessary to work effectively within a system, influence results, motivate individuals and teams, and resolve problems in a diplomatic professional manner. Excellent oral and written communication, persuasion, negotiation and presentation skills. The incumbent must be able to clearly articulate factual and advisory information to all levels of staff, executives, the boards of directors, and others, and garner related support. Computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office. Willingness to operate in a collaborative, shared leadership environment. A personal presence that is characterized by a sense of honesty, integrity, and caring with the ability to inspire and motivate others to promote the philosophy, mission, vision, goals, and values of Sinai Health System
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND: Sinai Health System (SHS) is one the largest private safety net healthcare systems in Illinois. SHS includes Mount Sinai Hospital, Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital, Holy Cross Hospital, and 18 outpatient clinics. The system employs approximately 4,000 individuals and serves a geographic area of 1.5 million people on Chicago's West and Southwest sides. Through community programs delivered by Sinai Community Institute and research conducted by epidemiologists at Sinai Urban Health Institute, SHS has one of the broadest ranges of community services of any health system in the country and is on a trajectory to become the national model for urban healthcare. GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB: Under the direction of department supervisor, the position provides constant monitoring of inpatient and observation claims to ensure accurate and timely billing submission to decrease the bill holds related to authorizations. This includes but is not limited to, clinical submission to the payers, securing an authorization for the visit type, continuous follow up with payers for authorizations and/or additional information, and basic reporting for payer specific behaviors. This also requires the Claim Coordinator to monitor payer trends and use Microsoft office to track and report out data for Senior Management. JOB REQUIREMENTS: MINIMUM EDUCATION: Associates Degree in a related field, but will accept Business Administration, Health Information Management or related degree. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: A minimum of 4 years prior working experience with insurance payers, case management, insurance verification or appeals. This includes but is not limited to experience working with Physician Advisors, CMOs, and Social Work. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:Must be proficient in using computer application software such as MS Excel, MS Word and various other office-related applications. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must be able to interact with a diverse client base including patients and their family members; medical center staff; and external parties as required. High level of organizational and attention to detail skills. Ability to follow-through and ensure tasks are brought to successful completion. If this describes you, then apply today for immediate consideration! Sinai Health System is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, gender identity, gender expression, sex/gender, marital status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, medical condition, use of a guide dog or service animal, military/veteran status, citizenship status, basis of genetic information, or any other group protected by law.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB: Assists the Program Director with the residency by ensuring that regulatory and accreditation standards are met, educational activities that support the curriculum are established, departmental policies are created and enforced and recruitment strategies are implemented so that a highly successful residence program is maintained. Supports the accreditation processes, including coordinating and actively participating in site visits. Demonstrates problem-solving, decision-making skills, organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to maintain confidentiality. Requires independent judgment and ability to handle stressful situations and highly confidential information. Occasional after hours, evening and/or weekend work required. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: Coordinates residency recruitment using ERAS program. Screens and evaluates all qualified applicants. Communicates with potential applicants. Provides general assistance to residents including licensing and certification, the preparation and filing of loan deferment forms, and assists in the application process to professional associations. Organizes remediation and adverse action process and documentation following established policies and procedures. Responsible for overseeing logging of resident procedures. Maintains and updates resident database. Assists the Program Director in preparation and distribution of weekly conference schedules for residents. Notifies presenters of date, time, location and subject. Schedules outside speakers and trainers for educational programs provided to faculty and residents. Processes reimbursement of travel expenses and tracts all travel expenses incurred by residents. Provides confidential secretarial and administrative services for the Director and various members of the staff of the Program. MINIMUM EDUCATION: Associate Degree in related field; Bachelor's Degree preferred. Four (4) years of related healthcare work experience may substitute for educational requirement. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: Minimum of three (3) years related work experience preferably in a hospital environment. KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS: -Knowledge of computer technology and modern information services including online databases, internet communication and teleconferencing to fulfill the requirements of a modern academically-oriented department. -Ability to transcribe dictation. -Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. -Knowledge of medical terminology. -Must be able to organize workload and prioritize activities. -Must have ability to speak before groups. -Ability to resolve problems of medium difficulty. -Good listening skills and positive attitude. -Must work cooperatively with others. -Enhances growth and development through membership and participation in professional local and national associations. -Experience using MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint and other programs required by the Surgery Department. -Excellent writing, verbal and interpersonal skills. -Ability to organize and coordinate departmental activities. -Knowledge of licensing regulations for both temporary and permanent physician license in the State of Illinois. -Ability to make decisions based upon sound judgment and discretion while working under pressure. Ability to problem-solve independently. -Must be flexible and work well in a variety of situations. -Able to supervise and direct workflow as necessary regarding administrative paperwork, records and complex filing systems to support program confidentiality.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
6 North (Oncology / Cancer Services) Mount Sinai Hospital's Cancer Program includes our Ambulatory Chemotherapy Infusion Unit (nine-chairs), the Hematology/Oncology Clinic and a 28 bed inpatient unit on 6 North. Our Cancer Program is accredited by the American College of Surgeon's Commission on Cancer with commendation and has been honored with exemplary clinical practice from the American Society of Clinical Oncology Quality Practice Initiative. Our oncology nurses, who administer chemotherapy, are trained through the Oncology Nursing Society's Chemotherapy and Biotherapy class. We are proud that many of our nurses are Oncology Certified Nurses (OCN). We have a Nursing Shared Decision Making Council, which sets goals and tactic implementation for our areas. The council has worked on safety, communication and education, to name just a few. Since new cancer drugs are constantly being released to the market, we have a very robust chemotherapy/biotherapy continuing education program. GENERAL SUMMARY: Demonstrates commitment to interpersonal excellence through professional greetings and common courtesy Develop and implement a plan of care through delivery and delegation of care Participates in patient / family education Participates in communication and collaboration with patients, families, Physicians and other health care professionals involving patient care Respond accordingly in emergency situations for Codes Adhere to hospital and department policies and procedures Interprets patient data accurately, utilize data independently or in consultation with other healthcare professionals to plan and revise care BENEFITS: 403 b with matching contributions CE Courses offered Tuition Reimbursement Medical / Dental / Vision PTO LICENSE / CERTIFICATION: The Registered Nurse will have current RN Licensure in the State of Illinois
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
Work locations: Holy Cross and Mt. Sinai Hospital Work hours varies and self scheduling Sinai Health System, comprised of seven member organizations: Mount Sinai Hospital, Holy Cross Hospital, Sinai Children's Hospital, Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital, Sinai Medical Group, Sinai Community Institute and Sinai Urban Health Institute. The system has over 800 physicians on its hospital medical staffs, 695 licensed beds, 100,000+ annual emergency department patient visits and eight physician residency training programs. Mount Sinai and Holy Cross Hospital ICU, CCU, MICU and SICU Intensive Care units are staffed by registered nurses providing primary care for our patient population. We take pride in teamwork in the Critical Care Units. Our unit receives complex Sinai/ Level 1 trauma and HCH/Level 3 provide care to patients with the highest acuity, our patients are admitted directly from the Emergency Department or from the Operating Room. In addition to caring for trauma patients we care for a wide spectrum of critically ill surgical patients ranging from high risk general surgical procedures, high risk spine surgery to our Cardiovascular program. Our physician team includes board certified Intensivists and Trauma physicians and Resident Physicians specializing in the following: trauma, trauma surgery, general surgery, orthopedics, obstetrics, gynecology, oncology, neurosurgery, rehabilitation, ear, nose and throat and much more. We work closely with our social workers which link our patients to support services. They also assist with resources to help patients cope with any post-traumatic stress, medication assistance programs, placement issues, and transition from hospital to home. Our therapy team consists of speech, physical and occupational therapists that do a wonderful job in getting our patients up and moving. Staffing and scheduling is always of concern to our nursing staff. We utilize online self-scheduling to fit the individual needs of our caregivers with the added convenience of being able to view your schedule and make requests at any time. In addition, we utilize online shift bidding to offer open shifts at a premium rate to provide our nurses with the opportunity to pick up extra shifts, flex staff and enhance continuity of care. Our Critical units are fast paced, exciting environment and teamwork, if education and trauma sound exciting - this may be a unit for you. LICENSE/CERTIFICATION:Currently licensed as a Registered Professional Nurse in the State of Illinois CPR ACLS REQUIREMENTS:1 year of nursing experience within Critical Care
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
Responsible for supervising the overall Quality Programs of the department and the maintenance of all required regulatory documents. Serve as the primary Liaison between the SPD and the OR to ensure that needs and concerns of the OR are received, documented, followed up on and communicated back. Provide operational and training support for the SPD Department. Reporting Relationships: Reports to: SPD Manager Provides Supervision to: Liaison to SPD workers & OR staff; May be asked to assume supervisory duties in the absence of the SPD Manager. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES Monitor and ensure compliance with the QA programs established by SRI to meet all applicable regulatory guidelines including those of SRI, of the hospital and any other applicable agencies. Complete and maintain accurate records for all required programs. The primary contact between the SPD and the OR for daily activities. Serves as the single point of contact for the OR (and other areas serviced). Responsible for communications and interactions between the SRI Managed SPD Department and the OR (and/or other areas serviced) for communication of problems, issues, complaints, shortages, and other operation needs. Takes requests from the OR and provide solutions as required. Serve as a runner when needed. Maintain the Product Complaint System. Identify and document issues associated with the SPD, trays, case carts, and other instrumentations. Track and follow-up on issues raised and/or identified by the OR. Document all problems, issues, shortages, as well as the resolution. Take ownership of issues identified, facilitate the resolution and communicate the reporting individual. Inspects work areas regularly to ensure an operationally safe and clean work environment. Monitors the work environment and practices for compliance with policies, procedures, regulations and standards. Identifies deficiencies and ensures appropriate corrective action is taken and ensuring follow through as appropriate. Responsible for documenting and investigating non-conformance issues, developing Corrective and Preventive Action Plans and ensuring follow through as appropriate. Interface with Biomedical Engineering Department and Infection Control to assure that QA aspects are addressed with processes and equipment changes or modifications. Perform periodic Quality System audits, and generate audit reports. Conduct follow-up to audits to ensure observations are properly addressed. Be able to collect and analyze multiple data points associated with the daily operations and performance of the SPD as it relates to the customer's (OR) satisfaction. Conduct training as required, including SOP training and training on new sets and set changes. Ensure the needs of the customer are clearly understood. Maintain appropriate training records for all employees. Be present for “First Cases” of the Day to verify that all required items are present and to provide resolution for issues noted. Have a demonstrated ability to deal with multiple issues simultaneously (multitask) and move them all towards resolution. Develop and maintain a good working rapport with the OR Personnel. Be able to actively interact with OR staff and be able to understand and articulate problems and issues. Must have a good working knowledge of Instruments, the operation/workings of the OR and be able to readily understand their issues and requests. Be able to speak the language of the OR. Handles customer relations responsibilities such as: Present a Positive, Motivated, Pleasant, Can Do attitude at all times. Pro-Actively interact with the OR Staff/Managers to ensure SRI has a firm read on the pulse of the OR. Fully trained in all activities and jobs functions performed by the SRI Managed SPD Department. Capable of running the SPD on a short-term basis to fill in when the SPD Manager is not on site or on vacation. Performs other related job duties as assigned. MINIMUM Education: Requires a level of knowledge normally acquired through the successful completion of a Bachelor's of Science or Business Administration degree. Current Central Service technician certification from accredited organization is required. Advanced knowledge and experience in the care and handling of complex surgical instrument and instrument tracking system. Basic computer skills to include Microsoft Word, Powerpoint and Excel experience are required. Knowledge of computerized inventory systems is helpful. MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: Requires minimum of two years of progressively more responsible management or leadership experience in reprocessing, documentation and sterilization area of a healthcare organization and quality assurance. REQUIRED LICENSES, Certificates, Registrations:Certification as Instrument Tech or Scrub Tech. Skills, knowledge & abilities:Interpersonal Skills: Leadership skills are required to direct the work of subordinates, conduct performance evaluations, train and motivate support staff. Communicate effectively in situations required the discussion of complex information. Ability to analyze and resolve conflicts. Must be able to work independently and have good verbal and written communication skills. Analytical Abilities: Requires the analytical abilities necessary to independently resolve problems of a moderate to complex scope with solutions, which may not be clearly defined with existing procedures. Be able to develop, integrate and interpret data and departmental reports (financial budget, inventory, personnel, etc.) Detailed understanding of JC, IDPH, AORN and AAMI requirements and how to practically apply them. Experience with Abacus operating software preferred. Self-starter, ability to work independently when required. Ability to set priorities is flexible, multi-task and meets deadlines.
Sinai Health System Chicago, Illinois
GENERAL SUMMARY/BASIC PURPOSE OF JOB: The unlicensed assistant personnel perform(s) direct patient care and a variety of clinical and environmental tasks delegated by, and under the direction of the Registered Nurse. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES · Accepts and carries out assignments from Registered Nurse/designee in consideration of unit needs and as appropriate to clinical experience. · Answers call lights promptly; and responds to patient needs when within the realm of the job description and communicates other patient needs to the patient's nurse. · Provides general comfort measures to patients including, but not limited to: positioning, turning, back rubs, linen change, ambulating, dangling, sitting, walking, and offering bed pan. · Cares for patients in a manner that demonstrates understanding of their cognitive, physical, emotional and age specifics needs. · Performs patient care rounds and anticipates patient care needs. MINIMUM EDUCATION: - High School graduate or GED required. - Graduate of Basic Nursing Assistant Program required MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE: - Minimum one-year hospital/comparable experience within the last 5 years preferred. REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATIONS: - Certified by Illinois Department of Public Health. - Current CPR Card - BLS Healthcare Provider