GENERAL OVERVIEW: The Administrator - Trauma Trust is responsible for operational oversight, financial viability, and strategy implementation of the Trauma Trust mission. The Administrator will also work in a dyad relationship with the Trauma Medical Director on ensuring quality, performance improvement, and regulatory compliance for all designated trauma programs. This position works in collaboration with senior leadership, trauma program directors, and associated medical staff in a way that builds and sustains a high performing trauma program. The Administrator position requires independent judgement and discretion in decision making which varies widely in their nature and impact, interpretation of information relating to a wide variety of policies and programs, complex data analysis, problem-solving, and strong fiscal, organization and leadership skills. This position also requires an ability to build rapport and professional relationships with internal and external stakeholders to include communities, board members, regulatory and governmental agencies, peer programs across the state, stakeholders across all impacted hospitals, and the provider enterprise. Operational Oversight
Accountable for effective management of financial, human, material, and informational resources
Establishes and directs sound fiscal practices that result in positive financial outcomes
Develops, presents, and manages operational budgets for care delivery services
Manages financial resources through business planning, resource management, accounting and project management for care provisions within contracts, affiliations, and agreements
Participates in negotiating contract agreements in conjunction with Medical Director and Hospital leadership with all applicable contracts
Accountable for all administrative, payroll, and human resource management responsibilities of the Trust
Acts as a liaison with outside agencies such as government bodies and insurance companies.
Keeps informed of trends in practice administration and healthcare regulations.
Analyzes practice data, including patient satisfaction, quality, practice hours, scheduling, staffing, physician availability and reimbursement, to identify opportunities for improvement. Utilizing results, gains physician support and implements specific initiatives to enhance performance and optimize workflow.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSKnowledge, Skills, Abilities- Knowledge of current theoretical approaches to the delivery of patient care- Knowledge of healthcare regulations (JCAHO, CMS and DOH standards), healthcare financing and regulations for non-profit institutions - Knowledge of health system and provider practice management and health care trends - Knowledge of system policies and established confidentiality policies - Knowledge of finance and budgeting- Knowledge of continuous quality and performance improvement principles and practices as well as skill in the interpretation of data- Knowledge of principles of information management in order to effectively analyze data and make decisions- Skill in employee management- Skill in directing the work and activities of staff with the ability to effectively delegate- Skill in providing leadership and in the mentoring of staff- Skill in contract negotiations and management - Skill in change management- Ability to establish a climate to achieve optimal performance levelsEducation and Experience RequirementsMaster's degree in related fieldIf a licensed practitioner, current license in the State of WashingtonTen (10) years recent administrative leadership experience, which preferably includes experience in physician practice management, clinical operationsDemonstrated track record and successful ability to work with physicians and physician groups in a collaborative manner.
Position Type: Full-Time Regular Full Time Employee: YesPrimary Shift: Day Work Schedule: Mon-Fri, Core Business Hours
MultiCare is a not-for-profit health care organization with more than 20,000 team members, including employees, providers and volunteers. MultiCare has been caring for our community for well over a century, since the founding of Tacoma’s first hospital and today is the largest community-based, locally governed system of health in the state of Washington, serving communities across Washington and Northern Idaho.
MultiCare’s comprehensive system of health includes numerous primary care, urgent care and specialty services — including Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital & Health Network; MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care; Pulse Heart Institute; MultiCare Medical Associates, affiliated physicians; MultiCare Rockwood Clinic, the largest multispecialty clinic in the Inland Northwest region; and MultiCare Connected Care, our Accountable Care Organization.
Eleven hospitals complete the organization: Allenmore Hospital, Auburn Medical Center, Capital Medical Center, Covington Medical Center, Deaconess Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital, Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital — the Puget Sound region’s only children’s hospital and state-designated Level II Pediatric Trauma Center for Western Washingt...on — Navos Behavioral Health Hospital, Valley Hospital, Tacoma General Hospital — which is home to the South Puget Sound region’s only Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit — and Wellfound Behavioral Health Hospital.
Our core values of Respect, Integrity, Stewardship, Excellence, Collaboration and Kindness, serve as our guiding principles and impact every aspect of our organization, including how we provide patient care and what we expect from each other.
MultiCare is also proud of our commitment to workforce diversity and culturally competent care. This commitment is led by our CEO and supported through employee education and community outreach.
To improve the patient experience by providing health care providers; patients and their families; and others with information, education, networking opportunities, and related resources focused on best practices.