Assistant Vice President, Nursing Behavioral Health Service Line
The Clinical Service Line Nursing Executive is a member of the Clinical Service Line leadership Triad, participating in major direction-setting activities for the Service Line. In addition, the Nursing Executive has responsibility for leading and managing all nursing functions associated with Inova’s system-wide Behavioral Health Service Line, with the goal of developing and maintaining best-in-class high reliability care across the system in collaboration with the Service Line Triad.
The Nursing Executive for the Behavioral Health Service Line has a dual reporting relationship to the Physician Executive for the Behavioral Health Service Line and to the Inova Chief Nursing Officer. ?
The Nursing Executive for the Behavioral Health Service Line has the following responsibilities
Collaborate with the Physician Executive and Nursing Executive to develop and implement the overall Service Line strategy and annual priorities and targets (growth, quality, safety, experience, cost) per the System approach for same
Monitor and develop action plans for nursing metrics on the Key Results/Performance Scorecard for the Service Line
Manage nursing operations system-wide for the Behavioral Health Service Line
Oversee nursing units and staff at assigned Service Line care delivery sites, including the inpatient units at IFMC, ILH, and IMVH, the Kellar Center, and outpatient Psychiatry clinics
Develop and implement Service Line nursing policies and procedures, per system standard/policy
Partner with the Physician Executive and Administrative Executive to design, implement and maintain all Service Line care redesign (quality, safety, patient experience, etc.) standards and plans
Develop clinical practice standards and metrics for the nursing staff, per system standard/policy
Collaborate with the Chief Nursing Officer of Inova on regulatory activities (e.g., JCAHO) and industry designation activities (e.g., ANCC Magnet Recognition Program)
Establish and facilitate system-wide standardized staffing expectations for nursing professionals within the Service Line across the continuum of care and in conjunction with care delivery site and System nursing leaders
Develop and oversee management systems for all nursing staff (RNs, APRNs, LPNs, etc.) assigned to the Service Line, per system standard/policy
The Physician Executive and Administrative Executive for the Behavioral Health Service Line
Care delivery site nursing leadership
Nursing leadership for other Service Lines
Recruit, develop and retain nurses
Participate in setting compensation for nursing staff
Approve schedules for nursing staff
Develop Service Line training and education for nursing staff
Manage nursing staff performance
Lead personnel reporting to the Nursing Executive of the Behavioral Health Service Line
Collaborate with the Physician Executive and Administrative Executive to develop and maintain the Service Line as a clinical practice "home" for all team members
Licensed or qualified for licensure to practice in the State of Virginia
Hold Board Certification in a specialty of Behavioral Health.
Distinction within the medical community and be known within his/her specialty for clinical excellence.
Extensive clinical and administrative experience, including direct involvement in managing a clinical Service Line and demonstrated medical staff leadership, including:
Management style that emphasizes communication, collegiality, collaboration, flexibility and the ability to build high-performing multidisciplinary teams
Commitment to continuously improving clinical effectiveness, including quality, safety and patient experience
Business acumen, management skills, and fiscal knowledge
Ability to build relationships both inside and outside the organization
Experience as a community physician, or extensive dealings with community physicians, and an understanding of the issues related to private practices
Ability to mentor, develop, inspire and lead medical and support staff, establishing a culture of accountability and teamwork among a diverse, highly qualified medical and support staff
Ability to plan and delegate assignments, review work, and monitor progress toward goals
For formal consideration please click HERE to apply.
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Internal Number: 48521BR
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