17 Mar 2023
Full-Time Healthcare Management – Kargil
Our clinic’s Healthcare Administrator plays a key leadership role. As a healthcare administrator, you’ll be in charge of running a single clinic site and overseeing all clinic-related activities. As a healthcare administrator, you are required to manage both clinical and non-clinical members of staff, support operational initiatives, and overall ensure that the clinic runs smoothly and on schedule every single day.
Job Title : Healthcare Management
Location : Kargil, Ladakh, India
Salary : $ 25.45 per hour.
Company : CompHealth
Job Type : Full-Time
- Provides leadership to direct reports in the execution of work plans and long and short term goals. Implements site level infrastructure and changes to supporting processes and systems. Implements and completes site goals.
- Employers may use this tool to streamline the recruiting process, train new hires, conduct performance reviews, provide praise and credit to workers who have excelled, handle employee grievances, and resolve disputes more effectively.
- Assists other community department managers in providing the highest level of care for residents at all times.
- Budgets are prepared and adhered to for departmental employment, revenue, and/or costs. Responds to business developments that may have an influence on the ability of the budget to be reached.
- Make that patients/residents are treated fairly, including their right to voice grievances and their right to self-determination.
- Plans, develops, organizes, evaluates and implements the Healthcare Center’s programs and activities serving the residents. Manages subordinate supervisors, as well as additional employees and volunteers in the Healthcare Center.
- Communicates and interacts often with physicians/providers to give direction and oversight about effective scheduling, efficient clinic work flow, and patient flow, as well as to establish and maintain a cooperative, trusting relationship with them.
- Individuals, including but not limited to: recruits, trains, assigns tasks, oversees & assesses performance, performs professional development programs. Ensures that the department’s overall operational objectives are met or supported by the group’s productivity and activities.
- Respond to patient complaints; analyze and determine whether to escalate the complaint based on the circumstance, potential hazard, effective resolution, and clinical care concerns, among other things.
- Daily rounding should be visible and present in order to facilitate patient flow and patient and provider satisfaction. Available for rapid and prompt reaction to everyday workflow bottlenecks or difficulties. Create a personnel strategy that addresses both consumer expectations and cost restrictions. Create a climate in which employee participation and feedback promotes good transformation.
- Long-term care administrators must be familiar with all applicable state and federal rules, nursing practices, and all laws, regulations, and standards pertaining to the administration of long-term care facilities.
- Must be able to communicate tastefully with all levels of staff, residents/patients, family members, visitors, government agencies/staff, and the general public.
- A bachelor’s degree in health care, business administration, or a closely related discipline is highly recommended.
- Must be an innate leader capable of collaborating and supervising others.
- Two (2) or more years of related experience (healthcare administration and/or resident services administration)