Children's Hospital Colorado Clinical Program Manager - Lactation - 57956 in Aurora, Colorado

Why Work at Children's....Children's Hospital Colorado has defined and delivered pediatric healthcareexcellence for more than 100 years. Founded in 1908, Children's Coloradois a leading pediatric network entirely devoted to the health and well beingof children. Continually recognized as one of the nation's outstandinghospitals by U.S. News & World Report, Children's Colorado is known bothfor its nationally and internationally recognized medical, research andeducation programs as well as the full spectrum of everyday care for kidsthroughout Colorado and surrounding states. With more than 1,000 healthcareprofessionals representing the full spectrum of pediatric specialties,Children's Colorado Network of Care includes its main campus, 16Children's Care Centers and more than 400 outreach clinics.A career at Children's Colorado will challenge you, inspire you, andmotivate you to make a difference in the life of a child.Additional InformationDepartment: Lactation Support ServicesHours per week: 40, eligible for benefitsShift: Shift varies based on operational needs. Some evenings, weekendsand holidays may be required.Job OverviewThe Clinical Program Manager (CPM) is primarily responsible for providinginnovative leadership and management of clinical and select administrativeoperations. The CPM will work across disciplines to develop, support,implement and evaluate effective care strategies to improve health outcomes.They will also demonstrate the ability to provide strong and consistentdirection for direct reports in planning, organizing, implementing, andevaluating program operations. This position is responsible for duties thatinclude but are not limited to the following: to maintain the program tomeet all national standards and requirements of accrediting organizationsincluding collection and reporting of data, to conduct an annual programevaluation and provide reports as designated, supporting communicationsactivities, serving as the program representative at meetings, andestablishing and maintaining partnerships to advance the program, and tomaintain shared fiscal accountability with program leadership in thedevelopment of annual budgets, managing and providing variance reporting,payroll documentation, capital budget development, and revenue streamanalysis.ResponsibilitiesPOPULATION SPECIFIC CAREPopulation Specific CareNeonate - Infancy - >30 days to 1 yrToddlers - >1 yr to 3yrsPre-Schoolers - >3yrs to 5yrsSchool age - >5yrs to 13yrsAdolescent - >13yrs to 18yrsAdult - >18yrs to 65yrsESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS* Assists all patients and families through the healthcare system by acting asa patient advocate and navigator.* Utilizes care coordination process by: assessing patient/family needs in hospital, home, or other community location establishing and implementing a plan to proactively facilitate achievement ofcare plan goals through communication with patient/family and health careteam to coordinate care ongoing planning to achieve individualized patient/family care plans andgoals evaluating patient/family outcomes to continuously update the patient goalsand the care plan documenting plan of care goals, progress towards goals, and interventionssharing with relevant providers and the family linking families to relevant community providers/services, school-basedservices, parent support and advocacy groups* Supports the family to become engaged and active participants in theirchild's health care program and partnering with the family to provide theirown care coordination whenever appropriate.* Provides ongoing support to patient/family as needed and helps tofacilitate shared decision making between the family and health care teamacross the care continuum.* Supports the development of self-management skills in the child and family* Strives for care to be provided in a quality, cost-effective context.* Facilitates transition from the Inpatient to the Outpatient (or visaversa) setting by ensuring that the child's optimal care outcomes werea