Primary Care Network Liaison
Doctors of BC
Vancouver, BC, CAN
7h ago

Description

DEPARTMENT : Engagement Quality & Improvement

EQI is comprised of four separate teams falling under the same umbrella : Primary & Community Care Transformation, Shared Care Committee (SCC), Specialist Services Committee (SSC) and Facility and Community Engagement.

EQI works in large part to support the Joint Clinical Committees (JCCs) which include the : General Practices Services Committee (GPSC), Shared Care Committee (SCC), and Specialist Services Committee (SSC).

Driven by collaborative relationships between the Ministry of Health and Doctors of BC, and captured under the Physician Master Agreement, they are a group focused on developing and leveraging relationships, sharing knowledge and lessons learned and working together towards common goals to support improved patient outcomes, increased professional satisfaction and decreased system costs.

THE TEAM : Primary & Community Care Transformation

The Primary & Community Care Transformation team serves the requirements of the General Practice Services Committee (GPSC) (a partnership between Doctors of BC and the provincial government) and its programs and initiatives to transform the primary care system.

The Primary Care Transformation Team provides partnership, networking and project management support to establish Primary Care Networks and Team-Based Care through relationships with Divisions of Family Practice, Health Authorities and First Nations.

Additionally, the Primary & Community Care Transformation Team includes team members that lead design of incentives to facilitate the participation of doctors in primary and community care redesign.

THE JOB : Primary Care Network (PCN) Liaison

Reporting to the Senior Manager, Primary Care Transformation, the Primary Care Network (PCN) Liaison works closely with the Ministry of Health, Doctors of BC, GPSC and other Joint Collaborative Committees as well as Divisions of Family Practice, Health Authorities, First Nations and Indigenous health service organizations, community based organizations, patient organizations and other key stakeholders to support the establishment and development of Primary Care Networks.

The PCN Liaison’s objective is to facilitate communication and collaboration between these stakeholders to steadily increase the number of British Columbians who have access to quality primary care and are attached to a primary care provider through the development and implementation of team-based care through Primary Care Networks and Patient Medical Homes.

Working closely with others on the EQI team, the PCN Liaison plays an important role in linking needs and resources within a multi-partnered environment.

Further, the PCN Liaison helps ensure that EQI leadership and Community and Regional Liaisons are equipped with required information to successfully engage local and regional stakeholders in advancing the development of an integrated system of patient care through Primary Care Networks.

Responsibilities include : creating and developing project plans; stakeholder relations and communications; managing and monitoring timelines and resources; and project reports.

WHAT SUCCESS LOOKS LIKE

Relationship Building (A) :

  • Ability to set objectives necessary for obtaining feedback and assistance.
  • Maintains effective communication by sharing ideas and exploring opportunities with members of personal network.
  • Seeks referrals from others with relevant expertise and influence.
  • Attends and maintains relationships with relevant formal and informal professional groups and organizations.
  • Change Advocate (A) :

  • Leads the planning and implementation of change programs that impact critical functions and processes.
  • Partners with other resource managers and change agents to identify opportunities for significant process enhancements.
  • Recommends changes that impact strategic business direction.
  • Proven ability to set expectations for monitoring, feedback systems and reviews performance trends.
  • Evaluates progress and involves peers and team members in analyzing strengths and weaknesses in performance.
  • Improves efficiency by spearheading pilots and planned functional change initiatives.
  • Leading Self (A) :

  • Calms self and others during stressful times.
  • Comfortably handles risk and uncertainty and is decisive in ambiguous situations. Uses setbacks in a constructive way and demonstrates a mindset of continuous learning and improvement.
  • Anticipates and responds in a proactive manner to future needs that may not be obvious to others.
  • Ability to adapt to ever changing workload priorities and events and effectively re-prioritizing or deferring tasks in line with operational and strategic goals.
  • Strategic Thinking (E) :

  • Ability to use extensive knowledge of the organization and the health care environment to develop successful strategies consistent with organizational vision and objectives
  • Ability to understand the organization’s long-term goals and anticipate potential threats and opportunities.
  • Evaluates the effectiveness of strategies and programs against organizational mission and goals, and implements changes to improve performance when required.
  • Advises others on how to interpret the current environment and assess / plan for likely future scenarios.
  • Ability to persuade and redirects activities of the organization and team in the direction of new goals and / or priorities
  • Executive Presence (A) :

  • Demonstrates responsiveness and respectfulness while partnering with client group.
  • Ability to see the big picture in all situations and bring others on board with one’s own ideas and actions.
  • Responds constructively in high pressure situations, using confident body language to captivate the attention, interest and respect of others.
  • Understands diverse internal and external interest groups and power bases within the working environment to lead and negotiate most effectively.
  • Thinks before speaking and states own perspective confidently but diplomatically despite potential challenge from influential third parties
  • Doctors of BC Team Member :

    Approaches work with a collaborative spirit recognizing we are better together. Embraces change, provides excellence in service and is accountable for their results and helping others achieve theirs.

    Does the right thing, not the easy thing. Speaks openly and honestly to tackle tough challenges and enrich relationships.

    Balances hard work with fun and is genuinely friendly and committed to other’s well being.

    WHAT YOU BRING :

  • Having completed a graduate university degree AND / OR recognized professional designation in a specialized field, AND up to six years of progressive experience
  • Having an equivalent level of related work experience in-lieu of post-secondary education.
  • Public engagement training, project management and change management training and experience is an asset.
  • Detailed knowledge of the BC health care system, issues and trends is preferred.
  • Experience leading complex and adaptive change, including implementing and coordinating provincial initiatives
  • Proven ability to collaborate critically with peers inside and outside the organization to achieve initiative success.
  • Effective communication and presentation skills, as well as strong written skills including proven ability to develop clear, concise and comprehensive reports and other documents.
  • Strong diplomacy, collaboration skills, and conflict management capabilities.
  • Experience with budgetary responsibilities including budget development and monitoring.
  • Excellent computer skills required including word processing, spreadsheets, and project management software.
  • Valid driver’s license and car, along with willingness to travel BC and be flexible accommodating evening meetings, overnight stays and home based working.
  • Doctors of BC thanks all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be notified.

    Doctors of BC celebrates diversity, challenges inequality and is committed to sustaining an inclusive and diverse community.

    We do not discriminate against any applicant regardless of age, disability, gender identity, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, political beliefs and affiliations, family circumstances or other irrelevant distinction.

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