Seeking Growth-Minded Leader to Advance Population Health in New Leadership Role at Queen’s Medical Center’s Clinically Integrated Physician Network in Honolulu, Hawaii!
- The Manager of Network Development and Contracting for Queen’s Clinically Integrated Physician Network (QCIPN) will serve as a key leader in improving population health for the network.
- Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Manager will lead strategy and the execution of initiatives focused on network development, contracting, panel management, and compliance activities of QCIPN, which includes the Physician Organization and the Medicare Shared Savings Program.
- This collaborative leader will partner closely with physicians, as well as analysts to understand population health trends and identify performance improvement opportunities.
- A strong background in Accountable Care Organizations and knowledge of value-based payment structures is preferred.
- Must bring 5+ years of relevant administrative or clinical practice management experience and 2+ years in a supervisory or leadership role.
- Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred.
- A member of The Queen’s Health Systems family of hospitals, The Queen’s Medical Center is a non-profit hospital with a 160-year legacy of caring for residents of Hawaii and the Pacific Basin.
- Located in downtown Honolulu, Queen’s operates the only organ transplantation program in Hawaii as well as the first and only Level I Trauma Center in the state.
- Queen’s serves as a major teaching hospital, training residents from the University of Hawaii Burns School of Medicine.
- In addition to being Joint Commission accredited, The Queen’s Medical Center was recognized as Best Hospital in Honolulu in 2017, is currently a Comprehensive Stroke Center, and holds Cancer Center accreditation.
- The hospital is also held in high regards as a Magnet-designated facility and a Blue Distinction Center for Spine Surgery and Cardiac Care.
- Honolulu is the capital and largest city in the beautiful state of Hawaii and has been ranked the second safest city in the United States.
- The sprawling city is home to historic landmarks, world-class shopping, and a flourishing arts and culture scene.
- World-famous beach, Waikiki, is nestled against Honolulu and the Pacific Ocean – offering peaceful waters, perfect for swimming, paddle-boarding, and canoeing.
- The city is part of the larger island of Oahu, which is home to more than 100 beaches.