The HRO Program Director for the South Central Region leads the transformative quality, safety, effectiveness, and efficiency improvement efforts for the region. This leader provides the overall direction and execution of HRO principles in alignment with short term and long term operational and strategic goals. The HRO Program Director fosters an environment that encourages innovative ideas from team members and builds buy-in across the region, incorporating strong HRO principles into the culture. This leader will manage complex projects, identify analytical capabilities, and possess the curiosity to ask probing questions that drive insight. The HRO Program Director will develop practical solutions that align with HRO best practices by partnering across the business unit and in collaboration with the quality and safety teams (regional and system). This leader will build strategic roadmaps that are prioritized based on business objectives and organizational feasibility. This leader will work autonomously and exercise initiative and balanced judgement. The HRO Program Director will report to the Vice President-Chief Medical Officer for the South Central Region and will be an individual contributor.
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