Dignity Health Enterprise Identity Management (EIM) Manager in RANCHO CORDOVA, California

Overview

Dignity Health, one of the nation’s largest health care systems, is a 22-state network of more than 9,000 physicians, 63,000 employees, and 400 care centers, including hospitals, urgent and occupational care, imaging and surgery centers, home health, and primary care clinics. Headquartered in San Francisco, Dignity Health is dedicated to providing compassionate, high-quality, and affordable patient-centered care with special attention to the poor and underserved. In FY17, Dignity Health provided $2.6 billion in charitable care and community services. For more information, please visit our website at. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

Responsibilities

PositionSummary:

The EIM Manager position will have responsibility for operation of Dignity Health’s 24-hour|seven-days-

per-week Enterprise Identity Management (EIM) department including deploying proper staffing, ensuring IBM Initiate (Initiate) system operational and data integrity, facilitating internal and external Initiate training, and partnering on various corporate systems improvement efforts. The Manager will also serve as a resource to Dignity Health colleagues to support the research, analysis and resolution of highly complicated and time-sensitive patient and provider identity and associated information structures across multiple corporate data management systems and among diverse hospital and corporate departments. In addition, the Manager will ensure departmental compliance with all applicable policies, procedures, and regulations, monitor and develop staff, utilize performance reporting tools to help further organizational objectives, and serve as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) and contributor to corporate information quality and integration projects.

Mi ssion:

Dignity Health and Sponsoring congregations are committed to furthering the healing ministry of Jesus. Resources are dedicated to: delivering compassionate, high-quality, and affordable health services; serving and advocating for our sisters and brothers who are poor and disenfranchised; and collaborating with others in the community to improve the quality of life.

Core Duties:

  • Management and leadership of all EIM staff including encouraging and maintaining a positive working environment, fostering open communication, setting goals, development, providing coaching and mentoring, maintaining accountability, coordinating scheduling and payroll, and aligning training that creates, maintains and grows a capable and professionally skilled staff.

  • Staff recruitment, interviewing, development and delivery of annual performance appraisals, documenting and addressing staff disciplinary matters, and leading termination efforts in coordination with Dignity Health management colleagues.

  • Ensure departmental compliance with all applicable internal and external policies, procedures and regulations. Re-design existing and develop new departmental procedures as the business and its operations evolve.

  • Continually identify and delegate tasks and responsibilities to staff where doing so is both commensurate with staff skills, serves to further staff development, and contributes to an increasingly efficient operation of the department.

  • Maintain an awareness of Initiate system operational status and data integrity and quickly intervene where potential adverse conditions or circumstances are suspected or become known.

  • Remain cognizant of work flows and processes internal and external to the department with an objective of driving operational standardization by teaming with staff and business leaders to improve performance.

  • Work collaboratively with Dignity Health Information Technology (IT) staff on Initiate system performance issues and upgrades. Serve as SME in instances where business workflow processes and data (upstream and/or downstream) are impacted by, or interface with, the Initiate system.

  • Partner with Dignity Health leaders and staff to identify information quality and flow impediments and contribute to the development of solutions to support performance improvement efforts throughout the organization. Assist facility and business office colleagues by providing analytical and technical assistance.

  • Utilize various Initiate system reporting tools as well as producing and developing reports to monitor and document staff and departmental performance, identify gaps, and highlight opportunities for improvement of work quality, consistency and quantity.

  • Monitor staff work efforts to resolve actual and potential duplicate provider and patient medical record conditions, investigate and rectify potential medical record overlays, rectify database linkage conditions, and address inactivated records—all within multiple source and destination systems.

  • Ensure that staff work flow received from corporate and facility colleagues is addressed in a comprehensive and timely manner and in accordance with applicable standards and protocols.

  • Ensure department staff maintain and nurture ongoing, open and professional communications with colleagues of other departments (e.g., Emergency Department, Health Information Management, IT, Patient Financial Services [Dignity Health Medical Foundation], Patient Registration).

  • Serve as a SME and liaison to Dignity Health colleagues in other service areas to support MIM work centralization efforts, share best practices, and identify opportunities to leverage and expand the MIM assets of the Sacramento Service Area (SSA).

  • Assists Director, Process Reengineering – System Selection and Implementation, SSA with preparation of annual capital and operating budgets for the MIM department, monitors monthly budget performance against plan, and maintains labor and non-labor costs within budget parameters.

  • Attends and participates in ongoing educational opportunities focused on relevant technical and management disciplines.

  • Fosters professional relationships with peers as a means for collecting customer feedback, gauging departmental performance, and exposing opportunities for improvement.

  • Other duties as assigned.

R eporting Relationship:

  • Director, Enterprise Identity Management

Qualifications

Qualifications:

Experience:

Minimum:

  • 4 years in a health care related industry.

  • 4 years information management services.

  • Previous staff management and leadership.

  • Expertise with IBM Initiate.

  • Strong understanding of data matching techniques and algorithms utilized for identity management.

  • Demonstrated aptitude for routinely and successfully leading a team of analysts in the solving of exceedingly complicated information structures across multiple technology platforms and in a highly regulated business environment.

  • Sufficient understanding of the nomenclature used in health care clinical settings.

  • Highly proficient user of Microsoft Office (Excel, Outlook, Word [diagramming]).

Preferred/Desired:

  • Expertise with Adobe Acrobat Pro, GE Centricity, Rubicon, and Snagit.

  • Ability to develop and deliver credible and professional presentations to non-technical audiences.

  • Ability to assemble and structure extracted system and staff performance data into useful and professional reports.

  • Work experience within a hospital setting (clinical or non-clinical role).

Education:

Preferred

  • Bachelor’s degree.

Preferred/Desired:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Information Technology, or related field.

  • Relevant health care-related training and/or certifications.

Special Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

  • Work style that demonstrates professionalism and fosters credibility by developing loyalty, teamwork, and respect with staff and colleagues at all levels within the Dignity Health organization.

  • Aptitude for problem-solving involving complicated, interrelated, and sometimes conflicting components requiring careful observation, pattern identification, and strict adherence to process sequencing. Ability to successfully lead real-time troubleshooting efforts and conduct post-event root cause analyses.

  • Strong written and spoken communication skills. Ability and willingness to tactfully and firmly focus attention and remediation efforts upon difficult issues and obstacles impeding progress.

  • Highly organized, proactive work orientation, ability to smoothly coordinate the work of staff and oneself.

  • Strong ability to calmly manage simultaneous priorities, comfortable collaborating with colleagues at all levels, skillful working as a facilitator between multiple parties, able to maintain clear focus and work successfully under stressful conditions.

  • Ethics and Values: Understand and adhere to Dignity Health’s Mission, Vision and Values and integrate those attributes into everyday work during good and difficult times; act to remedy behaviors in conflict with the Mission, Vision and Values.

  • Quality: Possess a strong commitment to performing and delivering high quality work that positively impacts patients, their families, their caregivers, and staff.

  • Integrity: Careful, thorough, effective, reasoned, results focused, spend own time and that of staff and colleagues on what is important, accurately and quickly zero in on the critical elements and put others aside, quickly sense the right priorities and know what will help or hinder accomplishing a goal, work to demonstrate and create calm focus among customers, staff, and co-workers.

  • Customer Focus: Dedicated to meeting the expectations and requirements of management and customers. Possess an ability and willingness to anticipate the needs and situations of colleagues and act to provide value in all settings. Desire to efficiently and effectively gain necessary information, quickly and easily grasp the business conditions, and combine all elements for the purpose of successfully serving patients and customers.

  • Discipline: Commitment to the constant improvement of evolving services; always speak and act with patients, customers, staff, and co-workers in mind; ensure staff accountability, establish and maintain effective and positive relationships, gain and nurture the trust and respect of staff, colleagues and management.

  • Business acumen: Smooth interpersonal skills and the ability to build and maintain strong working relationships, highly reliable, a natural preference for collaboration. Commitment to improving one’s expertise and professional skill set as a means to providing optimal services to patients, staff, colleagues, and the organization.

Travel:

  • Minimal, if any.

Other:

  • Ability and willingness to share the responsibility of carrying and responding to the Master Identity

  • Management department’s after hours pager if applicable and as needed.

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Job ID 2018-53220

Employment Type Full Time

Department Enterprise Project Management Office

Hours / Pay Period 80

Facility Mercy Healthcare Sacramento

Shift Day

Location RANCHO CORDOVA

State/Province CA

Standard Hours Mon-Fri (8-5PM)