“This position is located in the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) and reports directly to the Principal Deputy Under Secretary for Health (PDUSH). The incumbent serves as Executive Director, Office of Healthcare Transformation. The incumbent will be responsible for consulting and overseeing the coordination and implementation of several highly complex VA and VHA initiatives and projects that span healthcare policy, operations, public health, and quality of care. This office also serves as a principal advisor to the office of the Under Secretary for Health (USH) in all matters relating to transformational initiatives.” 

  • “The Executive Director provides executive leadership, strategic direction, and oversight for the implementation and transformation of health care services within VHA that result in an improved healthcare delivery system and health plan administration. 
  • The Executive Director will provide oversight with all areas of health care administration and delivery, including, hospital practice, managed care, and healthcare policy. The Executive Director is responsible for ensuring oversight and guidance to program offices within VHA towards the development of a structured work plan to organize the work on Department and Administration health care systems initiatives, and to track and evaluate processes to ensure goals are obtained and measured for effectiveness of desired outcomes. 
  • The Executive Director will oversee the department leading the concept design, development, and implementation of Secretary and USH initiatives, and other national issues including better use of health care technology, the reduction of disparities in health care, and improved healthcare access to the Veteran population.”

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G2X TAKE: Those who support Veterans Affairs may want to influence who applies for this SES role that will be responsible for consulting and overseeing the coordination and implementation of several highly complex VA and VHA initiatives and projects that span Healthcare policy, operations, public health, and quality of care. 

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