Establish and maintain positive relationships with clinicians, referring physicians, patients, transplant team, dialysis centers, and transplant center affiliate partners via the Organ Transplant Network to provide education, assistance, and information for timely referrals across the organ transplant continuum. Maintain and grow existing external partnerships in order to support the financial and network goals of the UK Transplant Center and UKHC. Strengthen coordination with existing UKHC clinical service lines and provide opportunities to build new clinical competencies among Network members. Provide regional assessments and strategic market analysis for the replication of partnership models in competitive markets (WV, IN, TN, OH), including assessments of payer relationships, impact on referral patterns, and potential resource allocation for creation of new initiatives for referral growth. Will develop and maintain tracking tools used by operational managers and team leads to facilitate partnership development and work with internal and external stakeholders (governance, administration, compliance) to ensure communication of clinical goals.
The ideal candidate for this position will have experience working in a hospital setting, specifically in the transport process.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
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Knowledge of and experience with marking and development is highly preferred.
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