Kaiser Permanente Executive Director, Information Strategy Care Transfomation in Oakland, California

As a member of the National Hospital and Health Plan Quality (HHPQ) leadership team, the Executive Director, Strategy and Care Transformation, plays a critical supporting role in developing, aligning, and supporting the organization-s quality and care transformation strategies, promoting and evolving data and analytics to support care transformation and for overseeing the care delivery investment portfolio finances and processes. Reporting to the EVP and CMO, KFHP The incumbent will lead the implementation of Health Plan and Hospitals quality strategic initiatives and support related communications for NET/NETx and Regional Presidents. The incumbent will work closely with Governance oversight teams to prepare updates for the Quality Health Improvement Committee (QHIC) of the KFH Board of Directors. The incumbent will oversee and manage the investment portfolio for the Care Delivery PAC (CD PAC), including the development and management of the investment approval process and related meetings, and the business case process.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Strategic Development, Implementation, Monitoring and Reporting- Lead and manage the strategic planning process for Health Plan and Hospital Quality department. Oversee the development and updates to the Hospital and Health Plan Quality strategic plan, yearly functional strategy and mid-year financial review with NET/NETx. - Collaborate with Program Offices Strategic Planning to develop content and updates for NETx priorities, KP Strategy and CEO updates.- Play a leadership role in working closely with other key stakeholders and executives to shape and guide the evolution, development and implementation of Health Plan and Hospital Quality strategic initiatives related to the Shared Agenda Bold Moves, Data and Analytics, Care and Outcomes Orientated Measurement System.- Play a leadership role in working closely with other key stakeholders to shape and guide the evolution and development of the organization-s strategic performance monitoring and reporting around information analytics and knowledge assets.- Generate strong alignment with national, regional, and physician, senior and executive leaders through collaboration and partnership, and by providing regular insights, fostering communication, and increasing coordination. - Oversees and manages data teams to collect, compile and synthesize strategic performance monitoring and reporting information on an ongoing basis.- Facilitate the process to drive alignment and consistency around strategic measures and corresponding data elements where necessary.- Care Delivery Investment Portfolio: Lead the restructure of the care delivery investment (CD PAC) planning, reporting and approval process. Partner with KPIT and PMG senior and executive leaders on the CD PAC portfolio process management, and coordinate the implementation of business case protocol for Care Delivery investment approval process.- Manage and oversee the Care Delivery PAC financial reporting. Ensure that investment budgets are aligned to the strategic intent of the National Quality agenda. Provide investment reporting for CD PAC as needed for planning and budget purposes, such as CD PAC prioritization and planning, Health Plan and Hospital Quality functional and financial reviews, and as requested.- Support the EVP, National Health Plan and Hospital Quality, in management of the structural matrix and collaborative relationship with PMG and KPIT in the CD PAC and related meetings and processes.- Care Transformation Analytics: Partner with Decision Support Executive leadership to develop and provide oversight and strategic direction for Care Delivery data and analytics applications, assets and teams across the enterprise.- Oversee the development and management of core quality data assets such as KPQM, HCAHPS and HEDIS and other core quality measures reported to the senior executive levels of the organization and the Quality and Health Improvement Committee of the KFH Board of Directors - Lead and manage the Annual Incentive Plan/Long-term Incentive Plan Quality and Service metrics process. Coordinate metrics development and reporting with the Compensation workgroup. Prepare present updates and data to the Compensation Committee of the KFH Board of Directors.- Lead and oversee quality measurement innovation initiatives.- Partner with the Medicare Project Management Office to provide support and analytics and dashboards.- Assure modern design and strategic alignment of Operational Dashboards - Accountable to ensure the data and analytic approaches for clinical care transformation are tied directly to those related to care delivery operations, cost, revenue, and consumer experience to provide comprehensive and sustainable support for decision making from the boardroom to the bedside and beyond KP walls.- Lead and collaborate with existing analytic organizations to establish self-service, guided analytic capabilities to provide data and analytics insight from a national perspective through to detailed data levels. - Lead and collaborate with analytic and operational organizations to provide a robust framework for front-line management reporting and analytics. - Talent / Leadership Development: Mentor talent in the corporate planning, hospital quality and care organizations. Drive strategic planning capabilities within other functions to ensure effective inputs to planning processes and transformational efforts.- Develop training and information sharing series for analytic communities of interest across KP.- Participate in recruitment activities to hire high-potential talent in the organization- Performance Culture: Help to foster a performance-based culture and results-oriented environment, along with performance management tools, to develop and maintain high-performing individuals and teams focused on meeting organizational and business needs. Seek to become an employer of choice. Focus on and promote diversity. Nurture a culture of continuous learning

Basic Qualifications:Experience- Minimum seven (7) years of healthcare experience leading strategy, planning, governance, business operations and management.- Minimum five (5) or more years of leadership and industry working knowledge of analytics, data modeling, data architecture. Experience should include working with executive leadership as a strategic thought partner.Education

  • Bachelor's degree required.

License, Certification, Registration- N/A.

Additional Requirements:- Demonstrated ability to listen and communicate analytical vision and to understand front-line and management needs in clinical, operational, and functional areas.- Strong preference for candidates with additional experience in consulting, communications and financial / economic analysis.

Preferred Qualifications:- Masters degree or equivalent in statistics, mathematics, informatics, computer science, engineering, or related fields strongly preferred.


TITLE: Executive Director, Information Strategy Care Transfomation

LOCATION: Oakland, California


External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with Federal, state and local laws, including but not limited to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran, or disability status.