Catholic Health Initiatives Program Administrator in ENGLEWOOD, Colorado

Program Administrator




position is responsible supporting CHI’s clinical services lines of orthopedic

& spine, hospital medicine and patient blood management. This position will

manage national projects, working directly with the Clinical Enterprise Service

Line system senior leadership, market leadership and other key stakeholders

focusing on supporting the development and completion of key clinical care

pathways, enabling care standardization, sustaining bundled payment care

initiatives, reducing resource utilization, increasing operational

efficiencies, and reinforcing the use of quality outcomes data to drive

improved performance. This position will also provide administrative

and editing support through the creation of referential archives


Service Line Care

Pathway Design and Implementation: Working with SL Vice President, program manager and

other key stakeholders to support the development and formalization of written care pathways to drive value based

care. This includes: researching and

documenting existing standards with guidance from the SL leadership, identifying

industry guidelines and research from various sources, and supporting gap

analyses with the use of quality and operational outcomes data.

Implementation of Service

Line initiatives: Supports

the implementation of new standards established by creating the standard reference

documents, the development and delivery of communication vehicles such as

conference calls and formal presentations to key groups identified by the SL

leadership, and the orientation for new market-based service line leadership.


Collaboration: Leads the collaboration of other departments, such as

internal communication, market-based service line team members, clinical

analytics, the web development team and others to achieve the timely

deliverable of work products to key stakeholders.

Clinical Enterprise

Service Line Executive Councils: working with

national SL senior leadership, accountable for coordination of SL Executive

Council meetings and events. Manages

speaker communication, supporting preparation of lecture materials as needed. Maintains contracts.

  • in permanent role

Manages External

Vendor Contract: Manages system agreements related to

Clinical Enterprise Service Lines, such as agreement with the American College

of Orthopedic Surgeons AJRR Registry, the Society of Hospital Medicine CHI

collaborative, IngeniousMed, etc. Works

independently to ensure agreements are up-to-date and communicates with key

market-based stakeholders.

  • in permanent role

Manages Referential

Resources and Archives: Independently manages the administrative creation of

clinical standards (e.g., formatting, end product production, research of

relevant evidence-based medicine best practices) and ensures information

available on CHI’s intranet website and SharePoint are kept current.



/ Accreditation / Licensure (required & preferred):

  • Bachelor’s Degree and/or equivalent experiencein orthopedic/spine or hospitalist services required.

  • Prefer clinical licensure, such as MD, RN,PT, OT, or other similar clinical license

Experience (required and preferred):

  • At least 3 years of healthcare experience,preferred prior experience in project management role, orthopedic/spine orhospitalist experience.

  • Requires knowledge of health system program structures.

  • Requires ability to communicate effectively (written and oral) with a broadrange of internal/external healthcare professionals an partners, including physiciansand other clinicians.

  • Requires proven interpersonal and teamwork skills.

  • Requires in-depth knowledge of Microsoft Office tools: SharePoint, PowerPoint,Excel, Word, and other project management tools.

  • Requires strongteleconferencing skills.

Job Professional Non-Clinical


Daily Schedule Days

Scheduled Hours per 2-week Pay Period 80

Weekends Required None

Req ID: 2018-R0184865

We’re an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.