The Director of Regional IPA Curation and Expansion is accountable for further developing and maturing the Healthy Alliance IPA as defined by:
- Closing contracts within the Alliance PPS region on a planned schedule and based on network criticality for better community health
- Facilitation and leadership of communication across partners for shared vision and success and network integration to develop products to be marketed to MCO’s based on regional needs
- Work with IPA NYS Expansion lead to standardize readiness checklist and remediation plans for new participants
- Work with Solution Package Leader and Partners to operationally design future products to be pitched to MCO’s
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Provide consultation to organizations within the region on the IPA and network performance / needs
- Create and manage relationships with network leaders across the Alliance region
- Report on progress to targets and goals weekly / monthly
- Identification and escalation of needs and issues.
This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of task activities and/or duties that are required of the employee for this job. Responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
Requires a Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent work experience
Skills, Knowledge & Experience
- 8-10 years of progressive industry/relevant professional experience with demonstrated leadership and managerial responsibilities required.
- Experience with CBO program design, management and evaluation
- Must have active Executive Director level relationships with community based organizations
- Strong business acumen – ability to analyze data and formulate return on investment
- Proven track record of managing and leading a team and driving both performance and engagement
- Demonstration of data driven decision making
- Required PC proficiency and solid working knowledge of Microsoft Office (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
- Local travel to partner sites on a frequent basis is required.
- Teamwork & Collaboration: Develops constructive working relationships with others inside and outside the organization through cooperation and mutual respect.
- Integrity & Trust: Able to earn others’ trust and respect through consistent honesty and professionalism in all interactions. Is seen as responsible, reliable, and trustworthy and is known to consistently adhere to a set of core values that are represented in decisions and actions. Maintains commitments made to others. Respects and maintains confidentiality
- Open Communication: Fosters open communication and listens to others objectively. Shares relevant information in a timely, logical, clear and consistent manner. Ensures information is passed on to others who should be kept informed about progress and problems; avoids surprises. Expresses oneself clearly & accurately in writing, speaking and when interacting with others.
- Change Management: Demonstrated willingness to take calculated risks to achieve organizational goals and effectiveness. Sees opportunities for creative problem solving and innovation while staying within the parameters of best practices. Recovers quickly from setbacks, adapts approach to achieve solutions in dynamic situations.
- Organizational Focus: Maintains focus and commitment to the mission, values and business strategies to find solutions that best serve the long-term vision of the organization. Maintains a commitment to goals and focuses on results and desired outcomes in the face of obstacles and frustrations.
- Self-Management: Able to self-evaluate in order to proactively and continuously improve one’s own behavior and performance. Takes personal responsibility for the quality and timeliness of work and achieves results with little oversight. Conducts oneself with confidence, flexibility and personal credibility.
Work is primarily sedentary in nature; there are no special physical demands.
This job function involves potential access / interaction with protected health information. Position will be required to abide by Alliance policies and procedures that support federal, state and local HIPAA regulations. Any violations will be subject Alliance’s sanctioning policy which includes disciplinary actions up to and including separation of employment.