Faculty Position – Improvement and Implementation Science
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine are searching for individuals with expertise in Improvement and/or Implementation Science. We wish to recruit a senior faculty leader with a strong record of action-oriented health care quality research, a desire to lead a multidisciplinary program, and a commitment to improving health, care and education. This individual will hold an academic appointment as an associate professor or professor in the James M. Anderson Center for Health Systems Excellence. The role is anticipated to include independent research, as well as serving as a core resource for health system quality research, improvement, innovation and education across the institution. We seek a mid to senior career investigator with a strong track record in health systems research, with an emphasis on any of the following areas: systems improvement and quality, safety, co-production and engagement, equity in health care quality, clinical informatics, management engineering, including an ongoing funded research program. Leadership opportunities are possible for candidates with considerable academic experience.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is one of the largest children’s hospitals in the U.S. It currently ranks 3rd nationally for pediatric programs in NIH-funded grant support. Cincinnati Children’s has been committed to transformational quality improvement. Our journey has had a profound impact on the health of children locally and globally. The James M. Anderson Center for Health Systems Excellence was created in 2010 to serve as a catalyst for improving child health. Named in honor of the institution’s former CEO, the Anderson Center shares ideas, knowledge and data transparently and collaborates extensively, to accelerate the reach and pace of improvement, innovation and research. We harness the power of improvement science to accelerate change and support the development of leaders to help catalyze transformation of healthcare services and their impact on populations of children and adolescents.
Successful candidates will have a PhD and/or MD, a demonstrated record of high-quality peer-reviewed publications, and external funding. Preference will be given to candidates with creativity, independence, and high motivation; experience in managing research and innovation, and mentoring faculty, trainees, and research staff; and proven ability to work collaboratively in multidisciplinary teams.
Applicants should email a curriculum vita and a letter of interest addressed to: Peter Margolis, MD PhD c/o Deborah Mancini, Consultant TA, James M. Anderson Center for Health Systems Excellence, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center: Deborah.Mancini@cchmc.org
About the Organization
For the 10th consecutive year Cincinnati Children’s ranks among the top 3 pediatric hospitals in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report. This sustained recognition of our continued excellence makes us grateful and proud.
The driving force behind this decade-long achievement is your passion, talent, dedication and commitment to putting kids first.
As we often say, Cincinnati Children’s is not a number. It is a collection of interconnected contributions and achievements that we deliver every year. And so, as we wrap FY20, we should also celebrate that this year we have:
- Achieved excellent results from our triennial Joint Commission re-certification survey, which included many instances of praise for best practices across all three parts of the survey: hospital, mental health, and home care.
- Received a multimillion-dollar grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to maintain our status as one of only nine federally funded centers to evaluate vaccines and treatments for infectious diseases.
- Received a $36 million gift (the institution’s largest ever) from the Convalescent Hospital for Children to improve mental health care for children and teens. This money will go toward building a new inpatient facility at College Hill and expanding mental health programs.
- Rolled out our new Mobile Care Center to deliver pediatric subspecialty services to local and regional communities.
- Assembled and activated COVID-19 response and recovery teams who continue to nimbly address the needs and concerns of patients, families and staff. In response to the pandemic, we accelerated many projects that were already in development, such as swiftly adapting our laboratory services to accommodate COVID-19 testing and expanding TeleHealth to meet the changing needs of care for our community.
- Launched the Food Rescue Program to divert unserved meals from Cincinnati Children’s campuses to children and families in need.
- Completed Safer Together training for all employees which has provided a critical framework for our safety culture during the COVID-19 response and now recovery.
And, this is just a sampling of our accomplishments. It’s been an extraordinary year, and an extraordinary decade of recognized excellence.
We are pursuing our potential together so that all kids can pursue theirs!