The Family Medicine Clinical Operations Director is a highly visible leader who serves as the business and operations officer for the clinical enterprise. The Clinical Operations Director will assist the Clinical Vice Chair and Department Administrator and Department Chair in providing senior administrative leadership. Collaborates with Healthcare and School of Medicine executives to continually improve the operational and financial performance of the department and institution.
Clinical Administrative Responsibilities: Oversight of clinical, financial, and administrative functions including growth and evaluation of future opportunities of all department clinical programs in collaboration with the Clinical Vice-Chair, Department Administrator, Director of Outpatient, Director of Inpatient, Department Finance Director, Director of New Business Development, HR Manager and the clinical practice managers and medical directors.
Supervisory Responsibilities: Directly supervises Family Medicine Clinic managers. Provides high level administrative collaboration with the Director of Inpatient and Director of Outpatient.
Partnerships: Interacts with and builds relationships with OHSU Hospital and clinics, School of Medicine, OHSU practice Plan, OHSU Partners, community partners, and others as needed for the enhancement of family medicine (primary care).
Planning and Development: Responsible for assisting the Clinical Vice-Chair, Department Administrator and Director of New Business Development to develop the department clinical strategic plan. Prepares and implements plans for developing, improving and building clinical programs within the department and primary care with special focus on growth of the clinical enterprise as well as transformation of primary care.
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