Receiver's Medical Executive (Safety)
California State Prison, Los Angeles County - Lancaster
California Correctional Health Care Services
Full Time Limited Term
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About This Position
The Medical Executive is the highest ranking medical manager within a Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation adult institution. The Medical Executive reports directly to the institution healthcare Chief Executive Officer (aka Health Care Manager) and receives functional supervision from the Regional Director of Medical Services insofar as it pertains to standards of medical practice, optimal medical work processes, and achievement thereof. Incumbents direct all provider activity within the institution and ensures compassionate, safe, effective, timely, efficient, and equitable patient-centered care in conjunction with other health care discipline managers, and in coordination with custody; develops and maintains a competent provider team to deliver evidence-based, patient-centered care; and develops and implements clear and realistic performance expectations, issue letters of instruction and counseling memoranda, effectively recommends formal disciplinary action to the institution Chief Executive Officer, and upon delegation from the Chief Executive Officer, takes disciplinary action.
Plans, organizes, directs and evaluates all provider activity within the institution and ensures compassionate, safe, effective, timely, efficient and equitable patient-centered care in conjunction with other health care discipline managers, and in coordination with custody. Develops and maintains a competent provider team to deliver evidence-based patient-centered care. Participates in medical staff recruitment and retention programs. Participates directly in the selection of key patient care positions assigned to the institution. Develops, implements and monitors clear and realistic performance expectations; issues letters of instruction and counselling memoranda, effectively recommends formal disciplinary action to the institution Chief Executive Officer, and upon delegation from the Chief Executive Officer, takes appropriate disciplinary action.
Develops and maintains an on-going program to deliver, monitor, evaluate, and improve the quality and appropriateness of all medical patient care in the Institution. Assists with the development of medical patient care policies, procedures, and protocols to standardize and promote effective health care delivery and to achieve and maintain compliance with mandated litigation, address local operational issues, impacting health care contract administration and other local and statewide regulatory agencies. Ensures compliance with all federal, State and county regulations, laws and policies and procedures essential in the management of a licensed facility (i.e., Title 22). Identifies problems and implements solutions for operational and organizational issues pertaining to medical patient care. Directs quality improvement teams and ensures that patient care audits are conducted on an on-going basis, including the development and implementation of corrective actions plans.
Promotes public relations with community health care providers. Reviews, approves and coordinates the transfer of patients between institutions and to outside medical facilities to ensure appropriateness and effective utilization of health care beds within an institution.
Participates in the assessment and monitoring of productivity, workload, administrative and support systems, and internal reporting relationships as directed; identifies and makes recommendations for improvement and assists in the implementation of changes. Assists with the formulation of operational and capital budgets and makes decisions or effectively recommends a course of action with regard to management of the institution’s medical services budget. Other duties deemed necessary to operate the California Correctional Health Care Services.
· Professional/Technical Expertise
· Customer and Patient Focus
· Valuing Diversity
· Managing Performance
· Planning and Organizing
· Organizational Savvy
· Process Improvement
· Developing Others
· Managing Change
· Strategic View
· Assessing Talent
· Relationship Building
· Handling Conflict
· Oral Communication
$333,048 - $501,744 / Annually
Salary based on assignment and qualifications
And here are just some of the benefits of the job:
· Paid Vacation and Sick Leave
· Paid Holidays
· Medical, Dental and Vision coverage
· License renewals reimbursed
· State Safety Retirement
· 401(k) and 457(b) available: tax defer up to $48,000 a year
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Appointments to these positions are limited-term (at will) for the first two years, with a possibility of becoming permanent, followed by a one-year probationary period.
The challenges of our work are tremendous. But the rewards of making such a significant difference in people’s lives are even more impressive. We provide competitive compensation as well as the superior California State Employee benefits and retirement package.