Program Director System Policy
CHRISTUS System Office
919 Hidden Ridge
Irving, TX 75038
The Program Director, System Policy supports the CHRISTUS Health quality mission of 'Zero Harm' through the development of high reliability system policy processes. The Program Director, System Policy must have clinical knowledge and expertise to support effective policy management in compliance with Federal, CMS, State, Joint Commission and other regulatory bodies, as this focus is foundational in moving towards the CHRISTUS Health vision. This function includes the development, implementation, maintenance, governance, and assessment of policy and procedure programs, including oversight in selection, development, and management of a system policy management application tool. The Program Director, System Policy collaborates with subject matter experts across all regions, departments, and facilities to develop and promote coordination and alignment of policy and procedure reference and continuous use management activities. The Program Director, System Policy will have a global view of the organization and is expected to bring high-reliability processes and information governance strategies to the performance of job responsibilities. The incumbent must be a proactive and decisive person who adapts well to and initiates changes in policy and procedure and application tools. These activities will decrease exposure to risks, increase quality patient care and steward financial and human resources and perform duties and responsibilities in a manner consistent with CHRISTUS Health Mission, Values, and Service Standards.MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES
Policy and ProcedureA. Develops, implements and maintains programs ensuring the organization's policies and procedures are accurate, accessible, and consistent with accreditation, regulatory and organizational requirements.
Policy Management Application ToolG. Continuously evaluates and maintains chosen system application tool for Policy and Procedure Library within the CHRISTUS Health System Office:
Performs all duties in a manner that protects the confidentiality of patients and does not solicit or disclose any confidential information unless it is necessary in the performance of assigned job duties.