7 Feb 2023
Full-Time Center Administrator – Nagaur
In partnership with the medical directors of standalone or multi-faceted clinics, or several satellite clinics of physician practices, the Healthcare Administrator offers strategic direction and operational leadership. The clinic leadership team is developed and managed to ensure that team members have the qualifications to offer quality patient care.
Job Title : Center Administrator
Location : Nagaur, Rajasthan, India
Salary : $ 24.89 per hour.
Company : Mount Sinai
Job Type : Full-Time
- Develops and follows departmental budgets for personnel, income, and/or expenses. Responds to changes in the company that may have an impact on the budget’s capacity to be met.
- Facilitates interviewing, employing, and training personnel; teaching, coaching, and supervising work; performance reviews, incentives and recognition, punishing employees, and settling complaints.
- Collaborates with other community department managers to ensure that resident’s get the best possible care at all times.
- 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.
- Respect patients’/residents’ rights to fair and equal treatment, as well as their rights to self-determination, individuality, privacy, property, and civil rights, such as the ability to file wage grievances.
- Work plans and long-term and short-term goals are implemented by direct reports with the help of their manager. Improves support processes and systems while also putting in place infrastructure. The site’s goals are carried out and completed.
- Develops and executes programs and activities for the residents of the healthcare facility. He is responsible for overseeing junior supervisors, as well as extra workers and volunteers, at the Healthcare Center.
- When it comes to scheduling, clinic efficiency, and patient flow, the ability to create and maintain trustworthy relationships with physicians/providers through regular contact and cooperation is critical.
- Hires, trains, assigns work, supervises & assesses performance, and performs professional development programs. Ensures that the group’s output and activities complement the department’s overarching operational objectives.
- 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.
- The person who wants to work in healthcare administration and/or the administration of resident services must have at least two years of experience.
- Must possess the ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents/patients, family members, visitors, government agencies/personnel and the general public.
- A bachelor’s degree in health care, business administration, or a similar discipline from an approved institution or university is highly recommended.
- Must be a leader with the skills and desire to work well with and oversee others.
- The administrator must understand all applicable state and federal regulations (including those pertaining to Medicare reimbursement), nursing practices and procedures, and all laws, rules, and standards pertaining to long-term care administration.