Provide leadership to the Sonora Admissions Department and cultivate the function of the department as an integrated team.
Implement the strategic plan of the business development and marketing department as it pertains to admission to the facility and direct potential clients to treatment.
Provide leadership in addressing quality management issues related to crisis triage, evaluation, intake and admission to the facility.
Assign/distribute scheduled evaluations, intakes or admissions as dictated by request and hospital census.
Conduct quality assurance and quality improvement programs for all crisis triage, evaluation, intake and admission services.
Perform follow-up communication functions and generate recommendations for organization leadership.
Develop and implement program policies and procedures that guide the provision of services.
Responsible for the hiring decisions for Admissions Department personnel, provide orientation, in-service and continuing education programs for department staff and other internal positions responsible for crisis triage and/or evaluation services.
Serve as clinical liaison with referral sources.
Work to improve efficiency and quality in delivering services within the department, responsible for developing and meeting departmental goals and objectives.
Ensure that department is up to date on and compliant with new laws and regulations.
Recruit, train and supervise staff.
Manage the finances of the department, prepare and monitor budgets and spending to ensure department operates within allocated funds.
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