Beverly Hills, California

Align yourself with an organization that has a reputation for excellence! Cedars-Sinai was awarded the National Research Corporation's Consumer Choice Award 19 years in a row for providing the highest-quality medical care in Los Angeles. We were also awarded the Advisory Board Company's Workplace of the Year. This recognizes hospitals and health systems nationwide that have outstanding levels of employee engagement. Join us! Discover why U.S. News & World Report has named us one of America's Best Hospitals. Tell me about the role: The Senior Consultant, Operations works as part of a cross-functional team to enhance clinical efficiencies, promote appropriate and high-value care, and prepare Cedars-Sinai to succeed with value-based contracts and other payer initiatives. This full-time position is primarily responsible for understanding existing workflows that impact current clinical practice and ensuring that all solutions developed by Clinical Transformation are successfully implemented and operationally sustainable. This role will also lead best practices in project management for our largest initiatives. In this role, you will: Analyze current operational workflows to find opportunities to enhance clinical efficiency, guideline adherence, and outcomes of care, as well as to reduce total costs of care. Identify key operational questions that need to be answered to understand current performance and opportunities for future improvement. Support "translation" of those questions into appropriate analyses. Collaborate with other team members to ensure integration of clinical, analytic, and operational insights in order to increase organizational knowledge Support the communication of the results of analyses to various stakeholders. Communication should be clear and "fit for purpose" in order to addresses the questions and findings most relevant to them. Based on understanding of workflows and operational realities, ensure that all potential interventions and solutions can be successfully implemented and sustained over time by operational staff Develop detailed implementation plans and support front-line staff in their implementation efforts. Account for all necessary resources (e.g., technology, time, people) to ensure successful implementation Identify health system changes that may be needed to support appropriate evidence-based care Interpret analyses of outcomes of interventions, including clinical, patient-centered, utilization, and financial outcomes and identify implications for future operational workflows Provide project management support for many large initiatives, including partnerships with clinical/operational leadership and/or payers. Seamless integration of many cross-functional workflows to achieve successful achievement of goals to budget and timeline. Strong relationship development and single point of communication to ensure efficiency and clarity. Share operational takeaways and successful implementation techniques with other team members in order to enhance team learning and cross-training and to further expand our program toolbox Share best practices in project and program management in order to enhance ability of all team members to effectively manage projects Support and participate in collaborative brainstorming and problem-solving, working closely with other members of the Clinical Transformation Team as well as cross-functional staff from the Office of the CMO, Medical Network, and clinical and operational leadership and front-line staff.

Beverly Hills, California

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