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Vice President, Clinical Quality & Safety

  • Employer: Vancouver Coastal Health
  • Location: International – other
  • Position type: Full-time
  • Closing date: 27-07-2024 11:30 PM
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Vancouver Coastal Health is committed to delivering exceptional care to 1.25 million people, including the First Nations, Métis and Inuit, within the traditional territories of the Heiltsuk, Kitasoo-Xai’xais, Lil’wat, Musqueam, N’Quatqua, Nuxalk, Samahquam, shíshálh, Skatin, Squamish, Tla’amin, Tsleil-Waututh, Wuikinuxv, and Xa’xtsa. Learn more at vch.ca.

Reporting to the President & Chief Executive Officer of Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH), the Vice President, Clinical Quality & Safety (VP) is responsible for leading a transformational program of quality planning and improvement to create a patient- and client-centred, strategic approach to quality and continuous quality improvement. Overseeing a multifaceted portfolio, the VP fosters an organizational culture and capability of quality and knowledge translation throughout VCH by establishing a quality management system and aligning systems to enable this important work.

A member of the Senior Executive Team, the VP works in partnership with leaders throughout the region to ensure clinical engagement in the design and implementation of a comprehensive quality strategy and integrates a holistic view of the organization’s quality system. They also provide leadership to VCH Steering and Board Advisory Committees in the areas of Patient Safety, Clinical Quality, and Accreditation, as well as provide insights and recommendations to the President & CEO and Board of Directors in the development of integrated strategic and operational planning for clinical quality and safety across VCH.

The ideal candidate is an innovative healthcare executive with experience leading the quality framework for a complex organization. Naturally humble and collaborative, the VP brings a proven track record of implementing creative clinical quality and safety initiatives to improve health services delivery and population health. Possessing exceptional analytical and critical reasoning skills, the ideal candidate excels at building partnerships and leading professional teams through significant organizational transformation.

At Vancouver Coastal Health, our vision of healthy lives in healthy communities inspires us and our values and pillars guide us. We support equitable practices, diverse teams and inclusive environments, which are integral to creating welcoming spaces where everyone can bring their whole selves to work and feel supported. We encourage applications from equity-deserving communities, including Indigenous Peoples and members of racialized groups, people with disabilities and people of all gender identities and expressions and sexual orientation.

The salary range for this position is $227,470 – $341,200 annually, supplemented by a competitive total compensation package.

Submit resumes to: https://pfmsearch.com/executive-opportunity/vancouver-coastal-health-vice-president-clinical-quality-safety/

Applications close 27 Jul 2024

Chief Administrative Officer – Research

  • Employer: Provincial Health Services Authority
  • Location: International – other
  • Position type: Full-time
  • Closing date: 02-08-2024 11:30 PM
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The Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) plans, manages and evaluates specialized health services with the BC health authorities to provide equitable and cost-effective health care for people throughout the province. Our values reflect our commitment to excellence and include: Compassion – Respect – Equity – Courage – Innovation.

One of the largest academic heath science organizations in Canada, PHSA and its programs lead research that improves health outcomes and strengthens the sustainability of BC’s health care system. Its work is guided by its purpose to inspire and unite specialized teams to create a healthier province for all, as well as its vision to boldly create an equitable, anti-racist, and culturally safe health care system where everyone thrives. PHSA lives by its values and is guided by the Coast Salish Teachings gifted to the organization by Coast Salish Knowledge Keeper Sulksun (Shane Pointe).

Reporting to the Executive Vice President, Provincial Clinical Policy, Planning, & Partnerships (EVP), the Chief Administrative Officer – Research (CAO – Research) role is an exceptional opportunity to lead one of Canada’s largest academic health sciences organizations. Responsible for defining and monitoring research and student education performance indicators, and for working in collaboration with academic health science parties, the CAO – Research will provide strategic leadership for PHSA’s mandate as an academic health science organization. They will lead activities to strengthen, standardize, and align research and student education platforms, processes, and policies, and they will build  formal, productive relationships with researchers, health authorities, universities, other post-secondary institutions, government, and philanthropic partners to establish and sustain a supportive, outcomes-oriented research environment and high quality learning environment that improves health outcomes and strengthens the sustainability of BC’s health care system.

The ideal candidate is a future-thinking change agent with a demonstrated track record   of understanding strategic connections to leverage research opportunities at a system-level that can then be translated into better patient and client care outcomes. A big picture thinker, they can communicate a clear vision, strategy, and roadmap and distill that strategic vision into practical applications while supporting a team to fulfill that vision. Naturally humble and a collaborative relationship builder, the CAO – Research is a thought leader who possesses a history of developing successful science and research partnerships within broad transformational science contexts. A confident communicator and spokesperson, the ideal candidate builds strong coalitions and leverages external opportunities to achieve common goals and to support PHSA’s provincial mandate through understanding political, relational, and regulatory contexts, and works collaboratively with key internal and external partners. The CAO – Research negotiates and coordinates action plans with conflicting requirements and ensures that the strategic goals, objectives, and operational plans for the portfolio are carried out in an effective and efficient manner.

The CAO – Research will wholeheartedly partner with others in the organization to ensure Indigenous-specific anti-racism, Indigenous Cultural Safety, and DEI strategic priorities are being actioned, and holds a steadfast commitment to diversity and creating a just system where Indigenous and other voices that have been systemically excluded are platformed and supported to lead change. PHSA is committed to equity in its hiring and employment practices. With learning and compassion, it is addressing existing inequities and barriers throughout its systems. PHSA is seeking to create a diverse workforce and to establish an inclusive and culturally safe environment. It invites applications and enquiries from all people, particularly those belonging to the historically, systemically, and persistently marginalized groups identified under the B.C. Human Rights Code.

The expected salary range for this position is $223,218 – $281,960. The starting salary for this position will be determined with consideration of the successful candidate’s relevant education and experience and will be in alignment with the provincial compensation reference plan. It will also be supplemented by a competitive benefits package.

 

Applications close 2 Aug 2024

Chief Clinical Excellence Officer

  • Employer: Provincial Health Services Authority
  • Location: International – other
  • Position type: Full-time
  • Closing date: 02-08-2024 11:30 PM
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The Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) plans, manages, evaluates, and innovates specialized health services with the BC health authorities to provide equitable and cost-effective health care for people throughout the province. Through a strong data and evaluation team, as well as focus on innovation and partnership with academics, PHSA works with other health authorities across BC to provide equitable and cost-effective health care for people who need provincial services such as cancer care, the management of complex mental health issues, or renal care. Our values reflect our commitment to excellence and include: Compassion – Respect – Equity – Courage – Innovation.

PHSA’s work is guided by its purpose to inspire and unite specialized teams to create a healthier province for all, as well as its vision to boldly create an equitable, anti-racist, and culturally safe health care system where everyone thrives. PHSA lives by its values and is guided by the Coast Salish Teachings gifted to the organization by Coast Salish Knowledge Keeper Sulksun (Shane Pointe).

The Chief Clinical Excellence Officer (CCEO) reports to the Executive Vice President, Clinical Policy, Planning & Partnerships and works to develop and sustain a lean, efficient and effective province-wide health system planning framework with the accompanying infrastructure necessary for provincial program and provincial network excellence. This infrastructure will ensure health care and systems are focused on:

Refining existing care using best clinical experience, intelligence and evidence;
Evolving health services making incremental improvement to service delivery using best data, clinical intelligence and modern business models;
Redesigning and transforming systems using and contributing to research and innovation.
This inaugural CCEO is a future-thinking change agent with a demonstrated track record of building and sustaining innovative programs at a health system level. A systems thinker, they communicate a clear vision, strategy and roadmap for developing and sustaining lean and efficient core support and infrastructure services necessary for province-wide networks and programs to be their most efficient and effective. A humble and collaborative relationship builder, they identify and effectively collaborate with a wide variety of diverse partners including internal and external clinical, research, and innovation partners, as well as with ministry, health authority and academic partners.

The CCEO will wholeheartedly partner with others in the organization to ensure Indigenous-specific anti-racism, Indigenous Cultural Safety, and DEI strategic priorities are being actioned, and holds a steadfast commitment to diversity and creating a just system where Indigenous and other voices that have been systemically excluded are platformed and supported to lead change. PHSA is committed to equity in its hiring and employment practices. With learning and compassion, it is addressing existing inequities and barriers throughout its systems. PHSA is seeking to create a diverse workforce and to establish an inclusive and culturally safe environment. It invites applications and enquiries from all people, particularly those belonging to the historically, systemically, and persistently marginalized groups identified under the B.C. Human Rights Code.

With multiple years of experience in a senior leadership and influencing role in a complex partner environment, preferably in the health sector, the CCEO also ideally possesses an Master’s degree or PhD in a relevant discipline. An MBA or Master of Health Care Administration would be an asset.

The expected salary range for this position is $223,218 – $281,960. The starting salary for this position will be determined with consideration of the successful candidate’s relevant education and experience and will be in alignment with the provincial compensation reference plan. It will also be supplemented by a competitive benefits package.

Applications close 2 Aug 2024

Chief Health Improvement Networks

  • Employer: Provincial Health Services Authority
  • Location: International – other
  • Position type: Full-time
  • Closing date: 02-08-2024 11:30 PM
  • More info: Download PDF or Click here
 

The Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) plans, manages, evaluates, and innovates specialized health services with the BC health authorities to provide equitable and cost-effective health care for people throughout the province. Our values reflect our commitment to excellence and include: Compassion – Respect – Equity – Courage – Innovation.

PHSA’s work is guided by its purpose to inspire and unite specialized teams to create a healthier province for all, as well as its vision to boldly create an equitable, anti-racist, and culturally safe health care system where everyone thrives. PHSA lives by its values and is guided by the Coast Salish Teachings gifted to the organization by Coast Salish Knowledge Keeper Sulksun (Shane Pointe).

Through its clinical policy mandate, PHSA is responsible for overseeing core specialized health services including Health Improvement Networks (HIN’s) including Emergency Care BC, Critical Care BC, Perinatal Services BC, Child Health BC, Stroke Services BC, Pain Care BC, Cystic Fibrosis Care BC, and Trauma Services BC. In this inaugural position, the Chief, Health Improvement Networks is responsible for establishing, developing, and sustaining effective service delivery model(s) for the HIN’s and related contracted services. Reporting to the Executive Vice President, Provincial Clinical Policy, Planning, & Partnerships (EVP), the Chief, Health Improvement Networks is a senior member of the PHSA leadership team and accountable for providing provincial leadership in the coordination, planning, evaluation, improvement, and reporting of health improvement networks. Paramount to their success will be the ability to do this work in partnership with other Health Authorities, the BC Ministry of Health, Doctors of BC, and others.

The Chief, Health Improvement Networks is a future-thinking change agent that communicates a clear vision, strategy and roadmap supporting PHSA’s provincial mandate and the development of accessible, sustainable healthcare across the province. A big picture thinker, they can communicate a clear vision, strategy, and roadmap and distill that strategic vision into practical applications while supporting a team to fulfill that vision. Naturally humble and a collaborative relationship builder, the Chief Health Improvement Networks is a compelling thought leader who possesses a history of developing successful partnerships that created broad clinical transformation.

The Chief, Health Improvement Networks will wholeheartedly partner with others in the organization to ensure Indigenous-specific anti-racism, Indigenous Cultural Safety, and DEI strategic priorities are being actioned, and holds a steadfast commitment to diversity and creating a just system where Indigenous and other voices that have been systemically excluded are platformed and supported to lead change. PHSA is committed to equity in its hiring and employment practices. With learning and compassion, it is addressing existing inequities and barriers throughout its systems. PHSA is seeking to create a diverse workforce and to establish an inclusive and culturally safe environment. It invites applications and enquiries from all people, particularly those belonging to the historically, systemically, and persistently marginalized groups identified under the BC Human Rights Code.

With multiple years of experience in a senior leadership and influencing role in a large and complex health system, the Chief, Health Improvement Networks brings a foundational background in a clinical practice and/or clinical operations, and their experience is augmented the equivalent of a Master’s degree in a relevant discipline.

The expected salary range for this position is $223,218 – $281,960. The starting salary for this position will be determined with consideration of the successful candidate’s relevant education and experience and will be in alignment with the provincial compensation reference plan. It will also be supplemented by a competitive benefits package.

Applications close 2 Aug 2024

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