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Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre

The ROYAL VICTORIA REGIONAL HEALTH CENTRE, proud recipient of the Healthy Hospital Innovators Award, is a state-of-the-art, 500,000 square-foot facility located in Barrie, Ontario, one of the fastest growing cities in Canada. Our team of over 250 skilled physicians, 2155 caring staff members, and 1,100 dedicated volunteers provides outstanding healthcare specializing in Cancer Care, Surgical Care, Critical/Emergency Care, Medical Care, Mental Health as well as Women and Children’s programs. Annually the RVH admits more than 15,500 patients, delivers more than 2300 babies and handles more than 80,000 visits to the Emergency Room.


Position:  Compliance Specialist #1643

Region:  Barrie & Area

Description:  The Medical Affairs Compliance Specialist will provide leadership to the Medical Affairs office in ensuring that professional staff recruitment, credentialing, orientation, performance evaluation, and performance management are carried out in compliance with the Professional Staff By-Laws, RVH Policies and Procedures, and the Public Hospitals Act.

This position will work with the Director, Academic and Medical Affairs and the Chief of Staff to build and sustain an effective relationship between RVH, members of the Professional Staff, and the Medical Staff Association.

This role will monitor legislative and best practice requirements while providing strategic leadership in planning, developing and implementing systems to enhance engagement, medical practice, quality initiatives, and accountability frameworks for Professional staff.



Education:


•Bachelors’ Degree: Law, Business Administration, Health Administration or relevant Health Sciences field.




Experience:


•Minimum 3 years’ experience of legal, compliance and contract management


•Minimum 3 years of Project Management experience


•Minimum of 3 years’ experience within a Health Care Environment


•Minimum of 3 years’ experience working with Physicians or knowledge of medical practice in hospitals.


•Expertise in developing and implementing engagement and performance management frameworks is essential.




Competencies:


•Advanced Microsoft Office Skills


•Forward thinking business management skills and acumen


•Excellent time management skills


•Advanced decision making skills


•Excellent Presentation skills


•Ability to take initiative


•Effective communication, interpersonal and organizational skills, combined with strong problem solving and conflict resolution abilities.


•Evidence of being able to implement a conceptual model to reality.


•The ability to function effectively during periods of rapid change and transition.


•Excellent project management and relationship-building skills to initiate and carry out initiatives, and build and maintain relationships with senior management, and internal and external stakeholders.




Responsibilities:

Medical Leadership Human Resource Management:
•Support the Chief of Staff (COS) in coordination and oversight of recruitment of Chiefs of Departments.
•Coordinate recruitment and selection committees for department chiefs
•Oversee annual Leadership Development plans for department chiefs
•Coordinate development of succession planning for department chiefs
•Support Department Chiefs with policies, performance management, complex credentials
•Development and implementation of a comprehensive physician performance evaluation process.

Medical Affairs Office Operations:
•Serve as the liaison between COS/CEO/Board
•Develop communication material/briefings/reports on behalf of COS to the organization, Board, MAC, external stakeholders
•Lead Accreditation process on behalf of COS office to meet the requirements of Accreditation Canada
•Oversee the development and management of all professional staff leadership contracts and compensation, including negotiation of same.
•Review, research and/or analysis of information/reports.

Quality Governance:
•Development, management and monitoring of compliance with policies and by-laws.
•Coordination of management of Code of Conduct issues, patient complaint management, management and oversight of all medical-legal issues for COS
•Oversee the management and approval of all medical directives and delegated controlled acts in the organization.
•Serve as an advisor to the Medical Advisory Committee.
•Participation in the Quality Care Committee.
•Ensure the credentialing process complies with the Public Hospitals Act, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario and RVH's Professional Staff Bylaw.

Professional Staff Relations:
•Oversee the Professional Staff engagement plan and associated processes.
•Manage strategic relationships with the Ontario Medical Association and the Professional Staff Association.
•Support the promotion of the Professional Staff Experience Survey process and oversee development of associated action plans.


Salary:  $41.75-$49.12/Hour

Terms of Employment:  Temporary Full-Time

Deadline for Application:  Monday, July 23, 2018

How to Apply:  Applications accepted only via www.rvh.on.ca, click on RVH Career Opportunities and search for Requisition #1643.


Location:  Barrie, Ontario

Profession Type:  Other

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