|Job Category:||Senior Management|
|Salary:||60,000 – 70,000|
CEO has the responsibility to ensure almost every aspect of how Clinic’s perform is working efficiently. He need to find a balance in managing the day-to-day operations while leading strategic development initiatives required for long-term success for the smooth functioning of the Clinic, and obviously, due to the nature of the business, you’ll be making potential decisions.
Responsible for delivering the best quality of patient care
Leadership while creating a positive and productive culture
Setting an following standards for operational excellence
Hire and retain qualified staff
Implement clinical procedure and policy
Develop a relationship with outside organizations, including the medical community, referring physicians, and the media
Deliver strong financial performance
Patient safety is a fundamental aspect of a safe healthcare organization. CEO play a key role in the development, implementation and evaluation of patient safety measures.
Maintaining financial health and stability: CEO need to be conversant with financial management practices in order to support the Chief Finance Officer (CEO) in decision-making.
Promoting quality of healthcare: Quality of healthcare is an important aspect of the CEO role. A commitment to improve quality of healthcare (measured by indicators such as mortality rates and re-admissions rates) is increasingly recognized as pivotal to effective clinic functioning.
Promoting patient satisfaction: This has become an increasingly critical performance indicator in recent years, and is now linked to CEO compensation as demonstrated.
Strategic planning: Strategic planning is a critical function of the clinic CEO’s job. It involves regular meetings with other senior executives, including the Chief Finance Officer (CFO), Chief Medical Officer (CMO), and Chief Nursing Officer (CNO), to discuss future goals and objectives for the hospital.
The CEO will play an active role in developing clinic policies and procedures, regularly reviewing policies and procedures, and revising as and when necessary.
Recruitment: CEO needs to be able to foster an environment conducive to the recruitment of quality healthcare staff. In particular, CEO is responsible for recruiting effective leaders for senior management positions within the clinic.
Compliance: Hospital CEO is ultimately responsible for ensuring organizational compliance with regulations, Ministry of Health, procedures and policies.
Communication and relationships: CEO should have excellent communication skills, and be able to develop good relationships with a number of key groups, including the board of directors, medical staff, community leaders, and other relevant stakeholders.
|Job Category||Senior Management|