Regional Vice President, Mayo Clinic Health System (SEMN)



City
Rochester
State
Minnesota
Telecommute
No
Department
Administration
Why Mayo Clinic
The SEMN Region is unique among the four regions of MCHS as it incorporates the division of Employee and Community Health (ECH) – the teams charged with meeting the health care needs of the staff of Rochester’s Mayo Clinic destination medical practice and their families. In addition the region includes five hospitals, 16 clinics, with virtual care to all patients in a 60 mile radius around Rochester, MN. Populations served are enriched with communities of Somalian, Hmong, and Hispanic backgrounds. Rochester is the hub for the SEMN region, providing virtual and face to face consultation and care for patients with complex health concerns that cannot be met within the community practice.

The RVP must model the four capabilities of the Mayo Clinic Leadership Model: inspiring values, engaging colleagues, bold and forward thinking, and driving results Mayo leaders must inspire values by exemplifying the deeply rooted values of the institution and a genuine commitment to serving the common good. Effective Mayo leaders promote collegial dialogue, innovative solution building, and consensus-based decision-making to create and achieve shared goals and commitments. They provide an environment that values diversity and enables people to develop their talents and do their best work, individually and together. Additionally, Mayo’s tradition of integration requires leaders to facilitate alignment and teamwork across disciplines to ensure the most effective medical treatment and highest quality patient care.
Position description
The role of the Regional Vice President (RVP), Mayo Clinic Health System (MCHS) is to provide leadership to the governance and operations of the region in support of the mission, vision, and strategy of Mayo Clinic. Mayo Clinic Health System aspires to be the nation’s leading community health system, outperforming other health systems in every dimension pertinent to an innovative, forward facing system of care. The RVP role reports to the President of Mayo Clinic Health System and is responsible for the overall performance of the region, including financial performance, recruiting and retention of highly skilled staff and assuring top outcomes within a system of digital, virtual, and traditional models of care,.
In addition, the RVP is responsible for leading and promoting an integrated model of practice; exhibiting and translating Mayo’s culture/values into action; formulating aligned community practice business plans for the region; and successfully executing those plans in fulfillment of the mission of Mayo Clinic to deliver top quality patient care. The RVP partners with the regional chair of administration (RCA), and regional Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to lead the region to successful translation of the Mayo Clinic 2030 priorities: Cure, Connect, Transform. The role requires a strong foundation of leadership in community health care, understanding of practice implications of both fee-for-service and value-based care models, as well as a range of alternative payment models, The physician leader for the SEMN region must have demonstrated matrix leadership and collaborative leadership skills to partner successfully with peer Regional VPs, Regional Administrative Chairs, and Midwest Department Chairs, Practice Leaders and Shield Leaders (education, research, platform).

The RVP must model the four capabilities of the Mayo Clinic Leadership Model: inspiring values, engaging colleagues, bold and forward thinking, and driving results Mayo leaders must inspire values by exemplifying the deeply rooted values of the institution and a genuine commitment to serving the common good. Effective Mayo leaders promote collegial dialogue, innovative solution building, and consensus-based decision-making to create and achieve shared goals and commitments. They provide an environment that values diversity and enables people to develop their talents and do their best work, individually and together. Additionally, Mayo’s tradition of integration requires leaders to facilitate alignment and teamwork across disciplines to ensure the most effective medical treatment and highest quality patient care.
The SEMN Region is unique among the four regions of MCHS as it incorporates the division of Employee and Community Health (ECH) – the teams charged with meeting the health care needs of the staff of Rochester’s Mayo Clinic destination medical practice and their families. In addition the region includes five hospitals, 16 clinics, with virtual care to all patients in a 60 mile radius around Rochester, MN. Populations served are enriched with communities of Somalian, Hmong, and Hispanic backgrounds. Rochester is the hub for the SEMN region, providing virtual and face to face consultation and care for patients with complex health concerns that cannot be met within the community practice.

Primary Responsibilities
  • Provides leadership and direction within the region and across Mayo Clinic in the Midwest in collaboration with administrative partners and the region’s CFO to achieve quality patient care, meet financial targets, and is responsible for effective management of resources, staff development and succession planning.
  • Guides and leads region in successfully implementing the strategic and operating plan as approved by the Mayo Clinic Board of Trustees and Board of Governors within the framework of institutional policy and direction, in collaboration with the President of Mayo Clinic Health System, Chair of MCHS Administration, Regional leaders and in partnership with the Regional Chair of Administration and regional CNO.
  • Supports and collaborates with practice leaders and corridor leaders to implement enterprise, regional, and site components of the operational plan. Directs practice evolution, and responds to the need to innovate in response to evolving payment models, advances in remote care options, as well as changing consumer expectations.
  • Provides stewardship of campus resources, including alignment of clinical operations to serve the institutional good while promoting the long-term growth and development of a single Mayo Clinic Community practice.
  • Ensures that patients receive the highest quality care (outcomes, safety, and service) at the lowest possible cost, and appropriate access to care. Strategically manage the virtual / physical footprint of care within the region while strategically advancing the market share within the communities served.
  • Optimizes physician and Advanced Practitioner recruitment, development, and retention. Defines staffing models and service offerings appropriate to the corridors, and contributes to effective utilization of staff to meet the needs of the communities served.
  • In alignment with guidance from the Offices of Diversity and Inclusion and Leadership Development, guides the region’s leaders in ensuring the development and diversity of staff, and mentors the current and next generation of Mayo Clinic leaders, and fosters the goal of eliminating racism within Mayo Clinic. Leads effective strategies to increase the diversity of patients served. Implements and supports changes to rectify racial disparities in health outcomes.
  • Accountable for ensuring that the region is tracking results and progress measures to assure performance against targets.
  • Participates actively in the regional relationship management and development activities in collaboration with Department of Development leadership.
  • Ensures Mayo Clinic is actively engaged and involved in the regional communities, utilizing our health expertise to advise, inform, and influence actions that support healthy communities.
  • Actively participates and ensures representation with local organizations, businesses, committees and government bodies. In partnership with corridor leadership and the regional Public Affairs team, partners to inform regional media outlets.
  • Represents Mayo Clinic at the regional and local level.
  • Communicates regularly with staff regarding the vision, strategy and performance of Mayo Clinic and the respective Mayo Clinic region and sites within that region.
  • Ensures adherence to Mayo Clinic policies.
  • Exemplifies Mayo’s principles and values.
  • Implements regional and local market positioning as defined by the Mayo Clinic Board of Governors.
  • Ensures all activities of MCHS and its exempt affiliates to be conducted in compliance with IRS 501(c)(3) status.

License or certification
Success Profile
· Board-certified physician.
· Knowledge of health care operations, financial management and strategic planning.
· Broad knowledge of the field of medicine and the delivery of health care services.
· Expert understanding of fee for service and alternate payment models. Successful management within Alternative Care Organization (ACO) structure and Medicare Advantage Plans desired.
· Experienced with community involvement and working with local Boards.
· Leadership skill, optimism and confidence to manage through the complexities and polarities of the external health care environment, the organization, and community needs.
· Proven leadership skills in leading a diverse work team to accomplish results; skilled in holding performance discussions with staff and having crucial conversations.
· Demonstrates agility, change leadership, and innovative thinking to lead change and transformation and achieve results in a competitive environment.
· Process improvement capabilities and an appreciation for the data required to make meaningful management decisions.
· Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to work effectively in a collaborative environment.
· Understanding of the relationship and value of the shields of practice, education, research, platform, and digital.
· Deep understanding of the needs, opportunities, and challenges within a primary care practice.
Benefits eligible
Yes
Schedule
Full Time
Site description
Mayo Clinic is located in the heart of downtown Rochester, Minnesota, a vibrant, friendly city that provides a highly livable environment for more than 34,000 Mayo staff and students. The city is consistently ranked among the best places to live in the United States because of its affordable cost of living, healthy lifestyle, excellent school systems and exceptionally high quality of life.
Category
Executive, Physicians & Scientists
Specialty
Family Medicine
Job posting number
135702BR
Recruiter
Richard Bouwhuis
Equal opportunity employer
As an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer Mayo Clinic is committed to creating an inclusive environment that values the diversity of its employees and does not discriminate against any employee or candidate. Women, minorities, veterans, people from the LGBTQ communities and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply to join our teams. Reasonable accommodations to access job openings or to apply for a job are available.