Vice President - Strategic Planning 1.0 FTE Days
Location: Palo Alto
Posted on: September 23, 2022
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ProfileThis paragraph summarizes the general nature, level and
purpose of the job.
The Vice President of Strategic Planning is a strategic thought
partner to the Chief Strategy Officer and provides leadership,
coordination, monitoring and change management focused on
organizational performance and growth. This position works across
the Stanford Children's Health (SCH) organization to provide
leadership, direction and consultation for growth through
enterprise strategic planning; market expansion; internal and
external market analyses; annual volume forecasting and budgeting;
financial aspects of the faculty and Packard Children's Health
Alliance (PCHA) professional practice; administration of the
internal funds flow of PCHA and the School of Medicine Faculty
Practice Organization (FPO). The Vice President of Strategic
Planning is responsible for developing and executing strategic and
business planning activity for the hospital, ambulatory environment
and SCH overall in partnership with key constituents,
administrative and physician leaders. S/he works to position the
organization to increase market share, profitability, and volume
for all clinical operating units and clinical service lines through
the expansion and identification of new business opportunities. The
position supports the funds flow, provider growth and productivity
analyses and reporting between the hospital and School of Medicine.
Supports institutional planning in partnership with School of
Medicine (SOM), the Faculty Practice Organization (FPO), Packard
Children's Alliance (PCHA), and with Stanford Health Care (SHC).
Builds collaborative relationships with executive, management teams
and physician leaders.
The essential functions listed are typical examples of work
performed by positions in this job classification. They are not
designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory
of all duties, tasks, and responsibilities. Employees may also
perform other duties as assigned.
Employees must abide by all Joint Commission Requirements including
but not limited to sensitivity to cultural diversity, patient care,
patient rights and ethical treatment, safety and security of
physical environments, emergency management, teamwork, respect for
others, participation in ongoing education and training,
communication and adherence to safety and quality programs,
sustaining compliance with National Patient Safety Goals, and
licensure and health screenings.
Must perform all duties and responsibilities in accordance with the
hospital's policies and procedures, including its Service Standards
and its Code of Conduct.
Lead and develops long-term 2030/2035 strategic planning process
and overall progress. Aligns long, mid-term, and annual strategic
planning processes to achieve preeminence for LPCH/SCH. Includes
establishing and maintaining the mission, vision and goals, as well
as implementation plans. The planning cycle includes supporting the
development and alignment of the annual budget, long range
financial plan, faculty and physician forecast, capital plan, and
Through the strategic planning function, assesses the ongoing
competitiveness of LPCH's clinical services and LPCH's position in
selected markets. Maintains ongoing environmental assessment for
those services and geographic markets.
Collaborates with a wide range of physicians, senior leaders,
and/or faculty throughout LPCH/SCH, School of Medicine (SOM), and
Stanford Health Care (SHC) to cultivate and lead planning, and
growth initiatives which lead to enhanced revenue and/or
Identifies and researches new and/or expanded opportunities to
further LPCH mission and works collaboratively with senior
management, service line leadership, and other departments and
teams to formally assess strategic growth opportunities and
Provides guidance and collaborates closely with senior leaders
across various service lines to meet the strategic and operational
analytics and reporting needs of the organization. Identifies gaps
and improvement opportunities and implements or makes
recommendations for improvements.
Leads the efforts to leverage analytics towards effective business
planning and expansion. Develops analytical insights for assessing
growth in volume, improved service and operations across LPCH and
Stanford Children's Health.
Develops and facilitates information and data gathering,
extraction, and reporting. Oversees various portfolio of
information sources to provide insight on internal and external,
market analyses. Collaborates with different stakeholders to
synthesize data from disparate sources, analyze trends and
translate the data into actionable strategic information. Works
across SCH and other divisions to assure usability, data integrity
and data governance.
Develops strategy and collaborates with SOM on faculty forecasting,
faculty recruitment and budget development support. Participates in
the administration of recruitment packages, funds flow agreements,
and strategic support agreements.
Collaborates as a key participant in provider network strategic
planning, evaluating and negotiating strategic support for School
of Medicine divisions or programs, contracting and analytic
Partners with FPO and LPCH leadership in developing the economic
model for the FPO and the definition of the funds flow between LPCH
and the School of Medicine.
Collaborates with the LPCH physician network physician and
administrative team to establish sound financial, business, and
operations structures to support the continued economic viability
of the ambulatory care and PCHA clinics.
Participates in the development and management of performance
standards and related physician incentive plans for the physician
Assists PCHA leadership in administering the compensation model for
PMG groups and physicians and funds flow between PMG and PCHA.
Oversees internal transfers of funding between SOM and SHC as well
as external payments from partners & joint ventures.
Collaborates with Chief Strategy Officer to define, develops and
measures corporate targets and metrics. Leads teams to present data
to organization and service lines in a comprehensive and
informative way incorporating quantitative and qualitative
information such as market share, forecasting, competitive
Responsible for integrated planning and development with related
clinical service lines, including hospitals and physician
practices, the faculty practice organization (FPO) as well as
Packard Children's Health Alliance (PCHA). Ensures coordination
with service lines and resources as may be necessary for the
success of these programs.
Leads special analyses and reports related to strategic financial
and statistical reports as requested.
Directs management of the team that supports these efforts that
includes strategic planning, ambulatory analytics, provider
analytics and finance, internal and external funds flow.
Any combination of education and experience that would likely
provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities as well as
possession of any required licenses or certifications is
Bachelor's degree in business or healthcare administration or
related field from an accredited University. Master's degree
Ten (10) years of progressively responsible experience in
healthcare, consulting, strategic planning, business development or
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
These are the observable and measurable attributes and skills
required to perform successfully the essential functions of the job
and are generally demonstrated through qualifying experience,
education, or licensure/certification.
Strong healthcare business acumen
Ability to manage through influence
Knowledge of general protocols and practices related to the
provision of healthcare services, including specific knowledge of
current governing laws and regulations
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Ability to continuously learn about emerging community and business
trends in the local healthcare marketplace to better inform
Proven management skills, including the ability to direct and
supervise a diverse staff of individuals providing development,
communications and support to spearhead multiple programs and
projects to achieve successful results
Demonstrated ability with strategic planning, funds flow, provider,
market and financial analytics and strategy
Strong organization, project management and follow-through
Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
The Physical Requirements and Working Conditions in which the job
is typically performed are available from the Occupational Health
Department. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable
individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of
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