The post-acute care (PAC) national cardiac program director (NCPD) is charged with leading and managing the development and implementation of the national cardiac program that addresses the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cardiovascular diseases. The NCPD provides physician and clinical leadership, leads quality of care initiatives, and serves as an educational resource to post-acute care (PAC). This includes establishing strategic goals and objectives for the program, designing, and implementing education programs and initiatives.
The national cardiac program director is a critical leadership role that requires a deep understanding of cardiac care best practices and standards, as well as strong leadership, communication, and collaboration skills. The director will play a key role in improving the quality of care for patients with cardiac disease across the country, expanding the service line into new markets, and will work closely with healthcare professionals, stakeholders, and facilities to achieve this goal.
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