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Director of University Health Services

Job Information The Director of University Health Services provides leadership, direction, and administration for all aspects of the department including, but not limited to, the Student Health Center, Employee Health Center, psychiatric services, sports medicine, and physical therapy.  This position oversees personnel administration, financial management, and compliance and has direct responsibility for the secure handling of sensitive and/or confidential information.  The director acts as the primary point of contact for all administrative matters of the University Health Services and works closely with the Lead Physician to ensure patients' needs are met. Examples of Work Performed Provides leadership for forecasting, strategic operational planning, and policy procedure development, implementation, and interpretation.    Ensures department's compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, including patient's rights and health information safeguarding in compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).  Serves on the University HIPAA Compliance Committee.   Plans, distributes, and monitors the Department's operational budget and ensures the distribution and monitoring of resources in a fair, fiscally responsible manner to meet established goals and objectives.   Serves as the University Health Services representative in negotiations with insurance companies' new/updated student health insurance policies to include pricing and coverage for domestic and international students.   Leads annual planning, quality enhancement, and assessment efforts to achieve and maintain national accreditation status.   Directs the development and implementation of all marketing programs regarding campus health care activities.   Monitors staff performance, staff development, and training to achieve and maintain facility and accreditation requirements.  Provides oversight of Lead Physician. Annually reviews staff credentials and licensure compliance.   Ensures the resolution of medical and administrative problems and keeps lines of communication open with patients, staff, and outside clients.   Represents University Health Services on various University and community committees; performs related work as required.   Competitive salary, commensurate with experience This position reports to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Minimum Education/Experience Master's degree in Healthcare Administration or related field.  Five years' administrative experience in a comprehensive healthcare facility such as a college or university student health center. Required Skills:  Ability to develop and foster a well-functioning and diverse staff team.  Ability to work collaboratively with University Health Services staff and colleagues across the University and in the community.  Demonstrated ability to manage a large and complex organization; skill in developing and managing a budget.
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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