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Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Program Manager-Pancreatic Cancer.
In this role, the successful candidate will partner with the Pancreatic and Liver Cancer Center leadership and NYU Langone Health leadership to integrate clinical, research and educational Pancreatic and Liver Cancer activities at the NYU Langone Manhattan, Brooklyn and Long Island campuses and ambulatory facilities.
Assist with cross-mission strategic planning for the Pancreatic and Liver Cancer Center. Develop comprehensive business and operational plans and ensure successful implementation of these plans in collaboration with Perlmutter Cancer Center leadership.
Produce routine reports of productivity measures to monitor and internally communicate the success of Pancreatic and Live Cancer Center activities. Routinely review quality and performance metrics for the Pancreatic and Liver Cancer Center to monitor performance improvement activities. Meet with faculty and staff routinely to affect quality and ensure performance targets are met across campuses and ambulatory facilities.
Partner with the Pancreatic Cancer and Liver Cancer Center leadership, Perlmutter Cancer Center leadership, and NYU Langone Health senior leadership to implement a model for the management and care coordination of pancreatic and liver cancer patients across the NYU Health Langone System. Partner with Perlmutter Cancer Center clinical leadership on clinical operational initiatives.
Assist with oversight of the financial performance of the Pancreatic and Liver Cancer Centers in partnership with Perlmutter Cancer Center finance leadership. Conduct routine analyses to identify opportunities to decrease costs and enhance revenue. Liaise with internal resources to facilitate complex market analysis to drive program development, identify opportunities to expand patient referrals, and continually improve market share and national reputation.
In conjunction with Perlmutter Cancer Center leadership, the NYU Langone Health Faculty Group Practice (FGP), and the Strategy, Planning, & Business Development department, build a comprehensive referring physician outreach program to include: design of a system for tracking referrals and to maintain a physician contact database, create mechanisms to streamline communication about patient care between care providers and referring physicians, teach Pancreatic Cancer Center and Liver Cancer Center medical physicians and surgeons techniques to improve outreach and communication practices, direct contacts for referring physicians, and expediters for new referrals, conduct ongoing analyses to identify physician practices, and other providers to target for outreach visits, coordinate outreach visits for Pancreatic Cancer Center and Liver Cancer Center physicians and staff.
Provide guidance to the clinical and research directors of the Pancreatic Cancer and Liver Cancer Centers and staff members to implement operational/workflow efficiencies to maximize resources during program growth, while maintaining compliance with all state and federal regulations and optimizing financial performance.
In conjunction with marketing and communication teams, identify opportunities for promotion of the Pancreatic Cancer Center and Liver Cancer Center, including speaking engagements at international and national conferences, advocacy group seminars, and other venues, as well as hosting multidisciplinary regional and national educational conferences with larger catchment of external attendees.
Work with NYU Langone Marketing and Communications to create materials highlighting innovations and quality for local, regional and national distribution. Serve as central point person for all patient educational materials to ensure that all Pancreatic Cancer Center and Liver Cancer Center external material has a consistent and high quality look/brand.
Organize forums for Pancreatic Cancer Center and Liver Cancer Center leadership and team communication including annual retreats, quarterly program strategic planning meetings, and reporting up to NYU Langone Health senior leadership.
Work with Development to identify and secure new philanthropic opportunities of Pancreas and Liver Cancer Clinical Care and Research.
Interact with administrative counterparts in relevant NYU SoM departments, including the basic sciences and clinical departments to maximize trans-disciplinary participation in the Pancreas Cancer and Liver Cancer Centers.
Minimum Qualifications: To qualify you must have a Masters Degree and 3-5 years of experience in a health care environment, ideally with some managerial experience Strong leadership potential and ability to successfully interact with NYULH executive management
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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