Vice President Planning and Regional Collaboration

Company Name:
Munson Healthcare
Vice President Planning and Regional Collaboration
Department: Administration
Schedule: Full-Time
Shift: Day shift
Job Details: - Masters Degree is required
This position is responsible for marketing, communications, planning, and system relationship development across the Munson Healthcare system.
Master s Degree in Healthcare Administration or related field
Ten years of senior-level healthcare experience in marketing, business development and strategic planning
Proven track record working in a highly-matrixed, collaborative environment
Demonstrated success in business development strategies that have met/exceeded planned objectives
Strong data analytical, business, financial skills
Demonstrated ability to work with multiple stakeholders to accomplish business outcomes
Excellent communication skills
Possess personal values that are consistent with Munson values and mission?
Strong project management, implementation skills
Reports to the CEO-Munson Healthcare
Oversees the Planning and Marketing and Communications departments
Cares for patients in the age category(s) checked below:
__Neonatal (birth-1 mo)__Young adult (18 yr-25 yrs)
__Infant (1 mo-1 yr)__Adult (26 yrs-54 yrs)
__ Early childhood (1 yr-5 yrs)__ Sr. Adult (55 yrs-64 yrs)
__Late childhood (6 yrs-12 yrs)__Geriatric (65 yrs & above)
__Adolescence (13 yrs-17 yrs)__All ages (birth & above)
_XNo direct clinical contact with patients
Supports the Mission, Vision and Values of Munson Healthcare
Embraces and supports the Performance Improvement philosophy of Munson Healthcare.
Promotes personal and patient safety.
Has basic understanding of Relationship-Based Care (RBC) principles, meets expectations outlined inCommitment To My Co-workers,and supports RBC unit action plans.
Uses effective customer service/interpersonal skills at all times.
Is responsible for development of the 3-5 year strategic plan for Munson Healthcare and affiliate organizations; and development of a process to assure implementation of the plan.
Anticipates market changes and identifies opportunities to strengthen/expand services for this region.
Acts as liaison between service line executive directors and system hospitals to ensure coordination and implementation of regional clinical initiatives
Routinely completes a competitor and new market analysis to understand market trends and opportunities.
Serves as the MHC liaison between partnering organizations to identify and address the needs of each organization to assure necessary services are available close to home, are aligned, and are well-coordinated across the system of care.
Coordinates the development of services in northern Michigan into networks that will improve accessibility, increase efficiency, and/or reduce costs.
Provides leadership and has administrative accountability for marketing and corporate communications, including branding, marketing, public/media relations, website development.
Works with Service Line leaders and other multidisciplinary groups in the development of market, environmental, competitive and financial analyses to support the development of long-range business planning.
Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

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