19 Mar 2023
Part-Time Healthcare Management Internship – Al Namas
At our clinic, a Healthcare Administrator plays a vital role as a leader. A Healthcare Administrator is in charge of operations in and around clinics and supervises a particular clinic site. A Healthcare Administrator is responsible for supervising clinical and non-clinical coworkers, supporting operational initiatives, and ensuring the clinic runs smoothly and on schedule on a daily basis.
Job Title : Healthcare Management Internship
Location : Al Namas, Aseer, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 24.56 per hour.
Company : Joan & Sanford I. Weill Medical College of Cornell University
Job Type : Part-Time
- Plans, develops, organizes, evaluates, and implements programs and activities for the Healthcare Center’s inhabitants. At the Healthcare Center, you’ll be in charge of supervising junior supervisors, as well as additional personnel and volunteers.
- Budgets for departmental employment, income, and/or expenses are developed and adhered to. Responds to business developments that might have an effect on the budget’s capacity to be met.
- Respect the rights of patients/residents to fair and equal treatment, self-determination, individuality, privacy, property, and civil rights, including the ability to file wage grievances.
- Establish and maintain cooperative, trustworthy relationships with physicians/providers by often interacting and interacting with them to give direction and supervision for successful scheduling, efficient clinic work flow, and patient flow.
- Assists the other department heads in the community to provide the best possible care for the inhabitants.
- Individuals are managed in a variety of ways, including hiring, training, assigning work, managing and evaluating performance, and conducting professional development programs. Assures that the group’s productivity and activities align with/support the department’s general operational objectives as stated by department leadership.
- Determine whether or not to raise a complaint depending on the context, risk, successful resolution, clinical concerns, and other factors.
- Tools that make it simpler for managers to accomplish anything from delivering performance reviews to enforcing workplace rules to dealing with employee difficulties make employee recruitment and training easier.
- Directs reports in completing work plans and achieving long and short-term goals. Changes to supporting processes and systems, as well as infrastructure at the site level. The site’s objectives have been executed and finished.
- For the sake of patient and provider satisfaction, daily rounding is visible and apparent. Immediately available to address any issues that may arise in the course of normal business operations. Create a personnel strategy that satisfies both the needs of your customers and your company’s budget. Encourage good change via active participation and feedback from your employees.
- At the very least, a bachelor’s degree in healthcare, business administration, or a closely related field is required for entry into these fields.
- Health services management and/or resident services management experience of at least two years is required.
- Knowledge of pertinent state and federal regulations (including those governing Medicare reimbursement), nursing practices and procedures, and all applicable laws, regulations, and standards governing long-term care administration.
- To be a good communicator, you must be able to interact with patients, their families, visitors, government organizations, and the general public.
- Must be able to lead and have a drive to collaborate with and supervise others.