• Director of Imaging

    Job Locations US-ME-Brunswick
    Job ID
    2018-2360
    Job Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Category
    Management/Leadership
    Unit
    Radiology
    Shift
    Days
    Hours per Week
    40
  • Overview

    Mid Coast Hospital, a 93 bed Joint Commission-certified community hospital located in Brunswick, ME is seeking a Director of Imaging to join our medical leadership team. Responsible for the leadership of the radiology and medical/diagnostic imaging services, the Director of Imaging furthers the mission of Mid Coast Hospital by providing high quality services to patients and colleagues. As the only Magnet certified community hospital in Maine, Mid Coast's entire team of medical professionals are dedicated to delivering outstanding healthcare in our community. Working collaboratively with medical providers, colleagues,  senior administration, and clinical leadership, as well as allied departments is essential for this position.

     

    The Director is responsible for ensuring that the quality, patient satisfaction, capital, and financial goals of the department are achieved. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of leadership in a radiology/imaging environment with a minimum of Five (5) years of experience.  Professional certification in a national modality (ARRT, NMTCB, or ADRMS) is required. 

    Responsibilities

    • Effectively plans, organizes and directs overall functioning of Imaging.
    • Continuously evaluates the delivery of patient services and services to physicians from a global perspective, makes recommendations, and takes action to improve. 
    • Serves as the focal point for problem resolution with regards to patient services for patients,  physicians  and managed care providers.
    • Establishes and coordinates process improvement teams as appropriate to evaluate and resolve patient care and/or systems issues.
    • Assumes responsibility of overseeing and managing the budgets of all service components of Imaging , including the annual preparation of budgets and capital requests. Also analyzes expense and revenue reports. Works with Cardiologists and Radiologists to forecast equipment enhancement requirements, and  corresponding financial feasibility analyses.
    • Develops a plan to establish program or departmental goals and objectives (both  short‑term and long‑term), and to maintain and enhance market share.
    • Develops and implements departmental and hospital policies and procedures.
    • With the Supervisors, maintains an adequate level of staffing to provide optimum patient care, develops standards of performance, monitors and supervises staff.
    • Provides standard administrative support such as communication and Joint Commission compliance. Insures the maintenance of necessary record keeping and files.
    • Acts as a resource and facilitates communication regarding technical and equipment needs.
    • Responsible for quality assurance program, which includes implementing, monitoring and the evaluation process.
    • Provides leadership to meet the mission of Mid Coast-Parkview Health 
    • Establishes/Maintains effective working relationships and communication within Mid Coast-Parkview Health.
    • Oversight of item master maintenance for both departments, stays current with changes in reimbursement structures.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor's degree in Radiology, Business Management, Health Science, Finance or related field required. Master's degree preferred.
    • Minimum of five (5) years of hospital radiology experience
    • Minimum  five (5) years of supervisory/management experience. Must be self motivated with the ability to direct and manager a diverse group of employees.
    • Certified technologist with current eligibility for State of Maine licensure. Registry with a national modality (ARRT, NMTCB, or ADRMS) is required.
    • Thorough knowledge of all areas of Radiology; high degree of technical knowledge in all imaging speciality areas. 

     

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