At OrthoIndy our mission is to provide the highest quality, comprehensive bone, joint, spine and muscle care to patients throughout the Midwest, the United States and around the world. That mission guided us towards opening our physician-owned hospital to provide superior access, service and care to our patients and their families. Our enterprise consists of over 14 locations throughout Central Indiana, including outpatient orthopedic clinics with urgent care services, inpatient and outpatient surgical, physical therapy and advanced imaging services, along with many supportive services to compliment clinical functions.
At OrthoIndy everything we do is about creating a caring, connected and committed workforce that directly improves the quality of life for our employees and patients. The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the overall direction and administration of all organizational operations, programs, and services. The CEO is accountable for providing an organizational structure and resources to effectively implement plans to provide ethical, efficient and effective patient care services. The position is also responsible for the achievement of corporate leadership objectives including, but not limited to the effectiveness of its business operations, and the fulfillment of all regulatory requirements for employed or contracted services.
Ideal candidates will have a post graduate degree (Master's level or above) in a health profession, business, institutional administration or other related field; and 10-15 years of related experience with demonstrated administrative ability in both hospital and physician group management. As with all OrthoIndy positions, the CEO role will provide a highly competitive compensation and benefits package.
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- Leads and demonstrates efforts to grow patient volume, expand services, recruit physicians (in concert with the President and Board) and advance OrthoIndy's practice in a competitive market. Fosters relationships with strategic partners and referral sources. Develops opportunities to increase market share of OrthoIndy's core business. Develops outside relationships and ideas that result in new business opportunities. Manages all aspects of turning opportunities into new active businesses with the assistance of the President, Board, and Senior Leadership.
- Oversees the Executive Leadership team in the deployment of policies and procedures meant to help the organization meet stated business objectives. Analyzes operations to evaluate performance objectives and determine process improvements or recommended policy changes. Confers with board members and organizational leaders to discuss issues, coordinate activities, and resolve problems.
- Develops and fosters a corporate culture based on the values of OrthoIndy.
- Develops and maintains a positive corporate image and positive relations between the organization and key customers, vendors, and regulators. Represents the organization to stakeholders and the public. Presents information at meetings or conventions to promote OrthoIndy's services, exchange ideas, or accomplish objectives.
- Develops short and long-term organizational and departmental objectives in conjunction with the President, Board, and Executive Leadership Team. Stated objectives should be developed with measurable outcomes to drive performance. Works with the President, Board, and Strategic Planning Committee to develop a one- and five-year strategic plan. Responsible for aligning departmental strategy or direction with overall goals of the organization. Provides a vision and direction throughout the organization, in coordination with the Board and Leadership team. Develops clear and concise articulation of the company's strategic goals. Works with the Board to execute the strategic plan.
- Accountable for providing an organizational structure, with appropriate resources including support staff, to effectively implement plans to provide ethical, efficient, effective services. Responsible for the governance for day-to-day operations of the entire organization. Ensures all services provided, including those by arrangement, agreement or contract, comply with all standards and requirements.
- Works with the President to maintain relationships with the medical staff of the organization. Supports and assists in medical and non-medical administrative matters and monitors compliance with regulatory requirements.
- Guides the Leadership team to administer personnel policies, procedures, and practices to assure adequate, qualified staff and equitable non-discriminatory personnel administration in compliance with applicable regulatory requirements.
- Works with the Chief Financial Officer to oversee the organization's overall financial health and guides the Executive Leadership team to ensure the organization operates within budgetary guidelines. Maintains ultimate authority, with the President and Board of Directors of budgets, use of sound financial practices, including for the implementation of new programs or services.
- Provides oversight of a successful quality and safety program, including performance improvement, patient safety goals, quality data reports and the coordination with various medical staff committees and clinical departments. Approves reports as required by and submitted to governing bodies, State Department of Health and other governmental agencies, or accreditation bodies.
- Master's Degree in related field required
- 10-15 years of related experience required with demonstrated ability in hospitals or ambulatory surgery centers and physician groups
- Preferred 5 years minimum progressive management experience in the healthcare setting, including but not limited to a clinical or administrative role in a hospital, physician practice, or free-standing ambulatory surgery center setting
OrthoIndy is an Equal Opportunity Employer