Cardiovascular Services Job Description Database

Management, physician, and staff roles in cardiovascular service lines are changing. The shift to value-based care requires that service lines focus on longitudinal care delivery, cost-savings mandates, utilization scrutiny, and data-driven quality improvement, among other initiatives.

These pressures divert administrators’ attention to service line strategy, encourage closer physician partnerships, and often require the reallocation of staff to focus on new ambitions. Defining these new positions can be a challenge, but you don’t have to do it alone.

We’ve collected sample job descriptions from institutions across the country to guide the formation of your new service line roles. These documents cover a wide range of cardiovascular service line positions from leadership roles to support staff. Below, we’ve separated these resources by both position and strategic topic to make it as easy as possible to find the sample job description you need.

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