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Post: #2017-22

Practice Manager

Capital Heart Association

Raleigh, NC
Job Description:

• Implements, administers, and maintains policies, procedures and objectives consistent with the organization.
• Provides supervision and direction for administrative, support and clinical assigned employees.
• Coordinates, leads and participates on teams to achieve desired results.
• Establishes clear communications and builds positive relationships with patients, physicians, peers and staff. Promotes and serves as a role model for positive customer satisfaction.
• Provides direct support and systems analysis for internal office functions to ensure patient service is primary focus. Develops systems and processes in order to be pro-active in anticipating patient/internal/external customer needs.
• Provides budgetary planning, implementation, and monitoring of all financial aspects for the physician office practice. Responsible for the compliance of monthly expenditures and reporting.
• Responsible for interviewing, hiring, training and developing employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees including termination of employment when indicated; addressing complaints and resolving problems. Ensures program outcomes and implements improvement activities.
• Monitors and assures the implementation of policies and procedures that support the provision of services for the physician office practice.
• Coordinates, leads, and participates in the performance improvement activities for the physician office practice. Ensures adherence/compliance to the standards for JCAHO, OSHA and all state regulations.
• Responsible for the monitoring and compliance of all billing and collection functions within the practice.
• Responsible for the monitoring physician/patient scheduling, and medical records (Health Information Management) within the physician office practice.
• Responsible for conducting emergency drills, equipment inspection and replacement.
• Ensures that practice is in compliance with safety and security protocols based on OSHA and state regulations guidelines.

Job Qualifications:

• Bachelor's degree and two to four years’ experience in a healthcare setting Preferred. Supervisory experience preferred.
• Cardiology experience preferred. Allscripts and QuickBooks experience preferred; Must have MACRA/MIPS knowledge.
• Must have the ability to prioritize, organize and coordinate work, and have the ability to work effectively.

Salary/Benefits:

Competitive Salary and benefits
Please Respond to:
Rob Daviero at rdaviero@capitalheart.com

Posted: 6/26/2017
Post: #2017-21

Executive Director

Lake Forest Pediatric Associates

Lake Bluff, IL

Physicians: 18
Job Description:

Lake Forest Pediatric Associates is seeking an experienced individual to lead our team as the Executive Director. LFPA is a physician-owned pediatric medical practice with 18 physicians and six nurse practitioners with three locations in Lake County, Illinois. The position is located at the Lake Bluff office but requires regular travel to the other two offices. The Executive Director is responsible for all organizational operations including the supervision of six department managers. The position reports to the Executive Board of Directors.

Job qualifications:

• 5+ years of medical practice management/leadership experience
• Bachelor's Degree (major in business, health administration, or similar field)
• Exceptional people skills
• Extensive knowledge of the healthcare environment
• Strong knowledge of accounting and human resource management principles
• A Master's Degree (MBA/MHA) is preferred
• CMPE/FACMPE designation is preferred

This position offers a competitive salary (with potential for an annual bonus) and a comprehensive benefits package.
Contact Information:

Debra O'Shea

L:ake Forest Pediatric Associates

917 Sherwood Drive
Lake Bluff, IL 60044

Phone: 847-295-1220

hiring@lakeforestpediatrics.com

Posted: 6/21/2017
Post: #2017-20

Practice Manager

Capital Heart Association

Raleigh, NC
Job Description:

• Implements, administers, and maintains policies, procedures and objectives consistent with the organization.
• Provides supervision and direction for administrative, support and clinical assigned employees.
• Coordinates, leads and participates on teams to achieve desired results.
• Establishes clear communications and builds positive relationships with patients, physicians, peers and staff. Promotes and serves as a role model for positive customer satisfaction.
• Provides direct support and systems analysis for internal office functions to ensure patient service is primary focus. Develops systems and processes in order to be pro-active in anticipating patient/internal/external customer needs.
• Provides budgetary planning, implementation, and monitoring of all financial aspects for the physician office practice. Responsible for the compliance of monthly expenditures and reporting.
• Responsible for interviewing, hiring, training and developing employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees including termination of employment when indicated; addressing complaints and resolving problems. Ensures program outcomes and implements improvement activities.
• Monitors and assures the implementation of policies and procedures that support the provision of services for the physician office practice.
• Coordinates, leads, and participates in the performance improvement activities for the physician office practice. Ensures adherence/compliance to the standards for JCAHO, OSHA and all state regulations.
• Responsible for the monitoring and compliance of all billing and collection functions within the practice.
• Responsible for the monitoring physician/patient scheduling, and medical records (Health Information Management) within the physician office practice.
• Responsible for conducting emergency drills, equipment inspection and replacement.
• Ensures that practice is in compliance with safety and security protocols based on OSHA and state regulations guidelines.

Job Qualifications:

• Bachelor's degree and two to four years’ experience in a healthcare setting Preferred. Supervisory experience preferred.
• Cardiology experience preferred. Allscripts and QuickBooks experience preferred; Must have MACRA/MIPS knowledge.
• Must have the ability to prioritize, organize and coordinate work, and have the ability to work effectively.

Salary/Benefits:
Competitive Salary and benefits
Please Respond to:
Rob Daviero at rdaviero@capitalheart.com

Posted: 6/12/2017
Post: #2017-19

Chief Executive Officer

Silver Health CARE

Multi-Specialty

Silver City, NM

Physicians: 10
THE ORGANIZATION:

Silver Health CARE is a physician owned, multi-specialty, multi-location primary care medical group, comprised of Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Podiatry, Family Practice, and Urgent CARE. With office locations in Silver City, Bayard and Deming, New Mexico, Silver Health CARE is in the distinct position of providing health care to four rural counties, Grant, Hidalgo, Luna and Catron, and opportunities for expanding into other nearby counties including Dona Ana.

Silver Health CARE has been the provider of the highest quality medical care to southwestern New Mexico since 1975 and is generally recognized as one of the premiere providers of healthcare in the area.

THE AREA:

Silver City, with its unique historic downtown, is a gem that sits in the sunny southwest corner of New Mexico. We’re equal parts Old West heritage and a distinctive arts and entertainment community, with world class cuisine, forest recreation, dozens of festivals and events, and packed with a vibrant “small-town” style of living. Situated at 6,000 feet, and at the gateway to the Gila Wilderness, the summer monsoons enliven the lush landscape and provide an escape from the typical Southwestern heat. The Silver City climate is noted for its clear mountain air, low humidity and four gentle seasons. Silver City and Grant County have been recognized by arts, retirement, and quality-of-life publications for our unique combination of affordable livability, relaxed atmosphere and incredible beauty. Our local hospital, Gila Regional Medical Center is a county-owned, not-for-profit, 68-bed acute care hospital. It is home to the Cancer Center and the Surgical Center of the Southwest. Our local Grant County Airport provides daily flights from the Silver City area to Albuquerque International Sunport and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.

POSITION OVERVIEW:

The CEO who is selected for this position has a unique opportunity to create a legacy in which others will follow by assisting in the creation and execution of the strategic direction and objectives which are necessary to build a world class, independent medical group. In conjunction with the Silver Health Care Board of Directors, this person will lead the conception and enhancement of growth initiatives, board and administrative structures, policy and procedure development, new service offerings, technology advancements, and budget proposals.
This opportunity is ideally suited for an individual with innate abilities in building strategic and tactical business plans, exceptional administrative teams, and forging physician relationships that are cultivated through thought processes that are creative, collaborative, and decisive.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Provide leadership in the conception, planning, and development of strategies and objectives for consideration and adoption by the Silver Health CARE Board of Directors. Works closely with the physicians, members of the management team, committee chairpersons and other members of the Group in the formulation of specific recommendations.

2. Establish a business climate that will ensure success of the organization’s business and is gladly embraced by each member of the organization. This will require “straight talk”, collaboration, and integration of original thoughts and perspectives.

3. Recruit, select and appoint, with Executive Board approval, members of the management team to direct the affairs of the organization. Direct their activities and evaluate their performance. Establishes formal means of accountability from those to whom he/she has assigned duties. Provide appropriate staff support for the development of long and short term strategic plans.

4. Assures that all employees are given an orientation to the mission of the organization and instilled with a passion of “service excellence” in how they approach their day to day responsibilities. Ensures that all employees are adequately trained for their position, are provided with an opportunity for continuing education, and are instilled with an attitude that promotes cordial relationships with patients, physicians and staff.

5. Maintain and safeguard the property of the organization.

6. Directs the business and financial affairs of the organization by employing a system of accountability to ensure responsible fiscal management including accounting, budgeting, internal controls and timely reporting.

7. Studies and presents to all members of the Group ways of enhancing operational effectiveness, placing special emphasis on cost containment approaches to the extent possible without jeopardizing important innovation, progress or quality of care.

8. Represents the organization in its relationships with community businesses and civic associations, government agencies, and professional organizations.

9. Reports regularly to the Executive Board and Partners on the operation of the organization and the performance of its various departments.

10. Ensures that all activities of the organization are in compliance with all federal and state statutes. Keeps abreast of pending legislation and litigation.

11. Serves as an active participant on select Silver Health CARE committees as determined by the Executive Board.

COMPENSATION/BENEFITS
The CEO’s compensation will be comprised of a base salary, commiserate with experience, and a performance bonus. Additional benefits include health insurance, a 401(k) retirement program, a relocation allowance, a continuing education allowance, and paid time off.

OVERVIEW OF THE IDEAL CANDIDATE

Experience: Preference of 5+ years of successful business experience leading the operations in a multi-specialty group practice or related healthcare environment. Must have in-depth knowledge and skills in the areas of physician practice management, financial management, health insurance negotiating and contracting for both fee for service and capitated products, marketing, billing and information systems, and human resources. Needs to have demonstrated through past experience that he/she is capable of building an operational infrastructure that can support current business and projected growth for an organization with similar dynamics. Must possess a Bachelors degree, and a Masters in Business or Healthcare Management is preferred.

Leadership: Sets the standard as a representative for the Silver Health CARE. A natural leader who shows a consistent pattern of adding recognizable value to each encounter he/she will face. Able to gain action on a broad scale throughout the organization on the strength of their personal impact and initiative. Possesses demonstrated and practical ability in conflict resolution. Weighs all sides and considers “cause and effect” before offering an opinion or decision. Active in setting the tone for the group culture through the manner with which they handle themselves and others.

Communication Skills: Seen as direct and truthful. Can respond and execute swiftly with sound reasoning when making decisions that will have impact on the entire organization. Visible; gets out among the employees and physicians at all levels in the organization, and gets involved in community efforts. Gets first hand feedback from being an active participant throughout the organization.

Organization Skills: Able to manage multiple activities simultaneously without missing commitments. Values the importance of planning, follow up, detail and accuracy. Can set agendas, meet timelines and move things forward. Delegates effectively and clearly and holds team members accountable for assignment results.

Team building: Exemplifies the essence of a team player. Demonstrates a collaborative method of decision making. Constantly looks for ways to contribute to the success of the organization and recognizes others for their contribution by openly sharing wins and successes. Creates a feeling of belonging, and becomes a mentor to others.

Initiative to build: Confidently takes initiative to grow the organization’s base of business by intuitively grasping the various complexities that are critical to manageable growth while achieving profitability.

Strategic vision: Can distinguish themselves by making important contributions to the organization’s business strategy or methodology. Offers original ideas and perspectives that are valuable, innovative, and achievable.


If you are interested in joining our team, please mail, fax, or email a copy of the Employment Application Form (PDF) with your resume and cover letter.

Dr James Skee, Clinician Recruiter
1600 E. 32nd Street
Silver City, NM 88061
Fax: (575) 388-3373
Email: careers@silverhealthcare.org

Posted: 6/5/2017
Post: #2017-18

Practice Administrator

Vascular Health

Bakersfield, CA

Physicians: 15
An Expanding Physician Owned Cardiology Medical Group is seeking a Practice Administrator for its 100+ Employees spread over multiple clinics, an office based cath lab, and an ambulatory surgery center spread over 30,000+ sq. ft. of medical space.

Job Summary: The Administrator is responsible for assisting the COO in planning, leading and directing day-to-day clinic operations. Provides medical specialists with the resources required to meet patient needs and meet the financial objectives of the group practice.

Primary Job Responsibilities:

1.Establishes\implements goals, objectives, policies, procedures and systems for all operational areas of the clinic.

2.Develops/implements long-range plans.

3. Manages the daily operations while developing, monitoring, and analyzing budget and financial information cost effectively.

4. Oversees HR and ensures effective administration/implementation of compensation, benefits, job descriptions, personnel policies and payroll practices.

5. Participates in the selection, training and supervision of all clinic staff.

6. Participates in staff supervision, performance evaluation, merit increases and disciplinary actions.

7. Resolves administrative and operational problems including the maintenance of clinic property,
computer systems and installed software applications.

8. Ensures compliance with regulations and standards.

9. Gathers and reports data for fiscal and statistical analysis.

10. Coordinates with medical staff to ensure quality patient care and services are provided.

11. Serves as a liaison between clinic and external agencies.

12. Helps chief executive officer develop clinic strategic plans and objectives based upon identified needs of patients.

13. Maintains the strictest confidentiality.

14. Performs other duties as assigned.

Education: Bachelor's Degree Required, Master's degree in health care administration, business administration, or health administration is preferred

Experience: Minimum seven years of management experience including five years of experience in the administration of a health care organization.

NOTES:
Employer will assist with relocation costs.

Additional Salary Information: The Physician Owned Medical Group has been operating for over 25 years and is very stable. The Practice Administrator will receive a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, and a number of bonuses and incentives.

To learn more about joining Bakersfield’s leading clinical provider for vascular health, or to submit your resume/CV for consideration, send to careers@vascularhealth.com.

Posted: 5/30/2017
Post: #2017-17

Practice Administrator

Central Florida Heart Center

Ocala, FL

Physicians: 9
Central Florida Heart Center is a well-established group of 9 physicians and 2 Nurse Practitioner located in the beautiful horse country of Ocala, Florida. The group is an independent medical group practice with attached cardiac catheterization laboratory.

Responsibilities/Functions:

The Practice Administrator will be tasked with overseeing the entire operations of the medical practice to include:

Financial:

• Managing the financial and budgeting aspects of the practice
• Perform physician compensation calculations and reporting
• Ensure payment of all accounts payable in a timely fashion
• Approve all supply orders and negotiate best prices with vendors
• Perform bank reconciliation for practice accounts
• Supervises Business Office Manager who oversees all practice based activities that support successful accounts receivable outcomes, including but not limited to; accurate data entry, patient payment
• collections, timely posting and batch processing, and routine verification of patient’s insurance status
• Coordinate with Board of Directors and Finance Committee in relation to the financial aspects of the practice

Human resources:

• Performing Human Resources functions to include recruitment, orientation and retention of staff
• Ensure all Affordable Care Act reporting for health insurance is completed
• Complete bi-weekly payroll and reporting
• Approve all Paid Time Off (PTO) requests to ensure adequate staffing
• Update and maintain Personnel Policy Manual
• Manage employees’ performance, by setting clear goals and expectations, tracking progress against the goals, ensuring feedback, and addressing performance problems and issues promptly


Operations:

• Develop Board agenda and attend all meetings, take minutes for Board meeting
• Ensure all physicians are meeting Meaningful Use/PQRS criteria and report measures for payment
• Maintain adequate staffing for all operational components of practice
• Ensures compliance with standards, laws, and regulations as directed by the regulatory and accrediting organizations

Qualifications:

Required education:
• Bachelor's degree (MBA preferred)
Required experience:
• Medical Practice Management: 5 years (CMPE preferred)
• Accounting or Finance:3 years (preferred)
Experience in Health Care Management with an effective working knowledge of healthcare financial management, third party and payer reimbursement issues, contract negotiation, facilities management, patient flow issues, and customer satisfaction issues.
Maintain professional affiliations and enhance professional growth and development to keep current in the latest trends in clinic administration

Wages & Benefits:

A competitive wage and benefit package will be offered to the candidate chosen to fill the position
Please send resume and salary requirements to:

Central Florida Heart Center
@cfhccardiology@gmail.com

Posted: 5/18/2017
Post: #2017-16

Chief Executive Officer

Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates

Salisbury, MD
Witt/Kieffer, the preeminent executive search firm providing outstanding leadership solutions to organizations committed to improving the quality of life, has been retained by Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates (POA) to identify a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) who will position their organization for future growth and long-term sustainability.

POA has provided exceptional orthopaedic care to the Delmarva Peninsula community, which serves as the Capital of the Eastern Shore, for more than 50 years. Nearly 30 providers practicing in five locations offer a broad spectrum of sub-specialty care, advanced orthopaedic treatments and diagnostic services.

Reporting to the physician partners, the CEO has strategic and operational responsibility for ensuring the organization meets its short and long-term strategic, operational, service, financial and quality performance goals. The CEO will facilitate strategies a high functioning management team can support. We seek an innovative leader who is focused on modern healthcare leadership practices and maximizing revenue growth.

Preferred candidates will have demonstrated leadership experience with ancillary expansion, knowledge of healthcare finance and budgeting, and a track record of success in developing, implementing and overseeing programs of quality improvement and resource management. We seek a leader who is confident in their abilities and experience, able to develop solid relationships, earn trust, inspire others and demonstrate a relentless commitment to improvement and excellence
Please submit confidential nominations, expressions of interest, resumes/CVs and requests for additional information electronically to the POA consultants at POACEO@wittkieffer.com. Materials that cannot be e-mailed may be sent to: Witt/Kieffer, 7733 Forsyth Blvd., Suite 725, St. Louis, MO, 63105, Phone: 314-754-6072.

Posted: 5/13/2017
Post: #2017-15

Practice Administrator

Cypress Healthcare Partners

Monterey, California

Physicians: 15
Description & Details

Responsible for providing overall leadership, growth, marketing, administration and performance of all aspects of clinic activities to ensure accomplishment of the goals and objectives for a large (15+ physician) multi-specialty medical group in Monterey County.

BA in health administration or business administration preferred. Professional development courses in health care management. Membership in recognized healthcare organizations encouraged (e.g., MGMA).
3-5 years of executive level experience, including five years of experience in the administration of a major clinical facility or medical group.

Must possess valid driver’s license, a reliable vehicle, a clean driving record and minimum required automobile insurance. This position will require minimal travel within Monterey County to the Medical Group’s satellite locations.

To apply for this position please visit: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=CypressHC or email whines@chp-dod.com

Posted: 4/19/2017
Post: #2017-14

Practice Administrator

Central Carolina Surgery, P.A.

Greensboro, NC
Job Description:
Independent general surgery and subspecialty surgery practice consisting of twenty surgeons, five advanced practice providers, and a large support staff is seeking a practice administrator. Central Carolina Surgery is one of the largest independent surgery groups in the Southeast, providing general surgery, trauma, surgical oncology, bariatric, endocrine, colorectal and acute care surgery services to the region. The practice currently has two office locations.

Responsibilities:
The administrator works closely with a physician Executive Committee, as well as a Board of physician partners. This person is expected to provide strong leadership for the staff, supervision of the managers, administration of practice business operations, and active implementation of strategic practice initiatives as directed by the Executive Committee and the Board of Central Carolina Surgery. This person will rely on their business and operations management experience to proactively advise the physicians on practice management issues and to explore future strategic opportunities.

Requirements:
• Master's degree in business or healthcare administration preferred. CMPE or FACMPE will be given special consideration.
• Minimum of seven years' experience in management of medical group operations or health care administration, including Human Resources expertise. Experience in surgical specialties is preferred.
• Experience in contract and reimbursement negotiations, value-based payment models, shared savings agreements and clinical quality improvement programs.
• Experience in federal and state regulatory standards, assuring compliance and overseeing reviews and audits by administrative agencies.
• Previous experience in practice expansion, marketing, developing strategic alliances
• Proven success in physician recruiting and retention
• Strong computer skills, including experience with implementation and management of EMR and PM system (Allscripts).
• Superior communication and management skills.
The practice plans to have this administrator in place by early December, 2017.

Salary/Benefits:
Competitive compensation package includes salary, benefits, 401(k), and continuing education allowance.
Please Respond to:
DMJ & Co., PLLC; 703 Green Valley Road, Suite 201; Greensboro, NC 27408 or hr27408@gmail.com.

Posted: 4/12/2017
Post: #2017-13

Chief Executive Officer

The Medford Radiological Group, PC

Southern Oregon

21 Physicians
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the CEO will work with partners in further defining and implementing
the strategic vision of the group and directly oversee all aspects of the administration of the practice and joint ventures.

The Medford Radiological Group, PC is a dynamic and successful independent radiological practice
serving Southern Oregon, the Oregon Coast, and Northern California. MRG is comprised of 21 board certified physicians completing more than 360,000 procedures annually for 20 hospitals, medical clinics
and imaging centers. In addition, MRG manages two successful joint ventures, Oregon Advanced
Imaging and Siskiyou Imaging. The physicians of MRG have a wide range of sub-specialty fellowship training in diagnostic and interventional radiology, including musculoskeletal, neuroradiological, breast
and body imaging.

MRG’s commitment to the highest quality radiological services, IT talent and its professional, caring and friendly staff create a creative and dynamic environment. For additional information about MRG please
refer to www.medfordradiology.com.

The Rogue Valley is a robust regional medical community with a population of over 200,000 and a
service area of 600,000. Southern Oregon offers spectacular quality of life – theatre, cultural offerings, fishing, boating, river rafting, biking, hiking, skiing, hunting, camping and four distinct seasons.

The successful candidate will be a dynamic, operationally skilled strategically focused executive with
excellent leadership and interpersonal skills. Experience as an independent physician group Practice Manager/Administrator is essential and experience in radiology medical practice management is ideal.
The CEO will be able to work with physicians, business partners and staff, achieving results through
building effective teams.
Please contact Crown Hill Consulting/Executive Search to apply for this position - talentacquisition@crownhillconsulting.com

Posted: 4/6/2017
Post: #2017-12

Director, Compliance and Credentialing

Charlotte Radiology

Charlotte, NC
Job Description
Charlotte Radiology is seeking a dynamic leader with strong communication skills to oversee our compliance program and manage our credentialing function. The Director of Compliance and Credentialing will be responsible for managing an effective program for our organization to prevent illegal, unethical, and improper conduct, as well as manage four team members responsible for hospital and payor credentialing and clinical compliance.

This is a great opportunity for someone who is looking to lead process improvement to enhance our existing program, and offers the ability to shape policies and procedures with the goal of achieving a best practice compliance program. The Director of Compliance and Credentialing will be a part of the senior leadership team and will be the administrative lead of the Compliance Committee.

Charlotte Radiology has served the Mecklenburg and surrounding counties since 1967 and is one of the largest and most progressive radiology groups in the nation. In addition to offering 24/7 coverage for 14 hospitals, Charlotte Radiology also owns and operates 13 breast centers, 3 vein and vascular centers, and several vascular and interventional clinics, and jointly owns and reads for Carolinas Imaging Services.

Job Requirements
The successful candidate will have a minimum of a Bachelor's degree, Master's degree preferred, and at least 5-8 years of compliance and/or credentialing function leadership experience in the healthcare field. They must also have an advanced knowledge of compliance related laws and regulations such as: HIPAA, Stark, Anti-kickback, OIG, etc. An understanding of coding, reimbursement systems, and risk management are also strongly preferred.
To Apply
Interested and qualified candidates can submit their resume and cover letter to HR@charlotteradiology.com

Posted: 3/30/2017
Post: #2017-11

Pediatric Surgical Specialty Office

Practice Administrator

Austin, TX
Pediatric Surgical Specialty office is looking for a full-time Administrator to manage the overall operations for one primary location and a satellite location. Direct supervision of the clinical, imaging and business supervisors. Oversee HR, payroll, benefit management, strategic planning and financial planning for the practice. Minimum of seven years of executive level experience, including 3-5 years’ experience as medical practice Administrator.

Candidate Qualifications:

Bachelors, Master's preferred

• Management: 3 years
• executive level: 7 years
• Healthcare Administration: 5 years
• Medical Office Management: 5 years
Please send resumes to rae@rsbcho.com

Posted: 3/20/2017
Post: #2017-10

Chief Executive Officer

Pediatrics Northwest, PS

Tacoma, Washington

25 Physicians

Pediatrics Northwest, a 25 physician group practice in SW Washington, seeks experienced CEO. The CEO manages and directs all business operations and functions of the corporation, including, but not limited to strategic planning, corporate governance, financial management, human resources management, quality assurance, IT and data management and corporate compliance. The CEO will demonstrate good interpersonal communication skills, as well as coaching and mentoring skills for the management team. The CEO must work well under pressure, meeting multiple and sometimes competing deadlines, representing all components of the corporation. The CEO will promote the vision and mission of the corporation in all internal and external affairs. The CEO will demonstrate a clear understanding of the local medical environment with regards to payer contracting, relationships between health care delivery systems, provider recruitment and patient growth and retention.

The CEO reports to the President, who reports to the Management Board.

Bachelor's degree
Minimum of 5 years management experience in a health care setting

Pediatrics Northwest, PS is a 25-physician group practice, with four primary care offices in Tacoma, Federal Way and Gig Harbor, WA. Founded in 1979, this group is committed to serving all patients and boasts a strong history of community involvement. The providers are supported by a staff of 67 RNs, MAs, Receptionists and billers. 15% of our staff have been with the company for over 20 years due to our mission statement and our competitive wage and benefit package
Email your resume to hr@pedsnw.net.

Posted: 3/10/2017
Post: #2017-9

CEO

McLean County Orthopedics

Bloomington, Illinois
Supervises: All functions of the Organization including Human Resources, Information Technology,

Marketing, Accounting and Finance

Job Summary: This position is responsible for leading and directing all operations and related lines of business.

Primary Job

Responsibilities:

-Develops a culture that emphasizes collaboration, accountability and performance with a shared vision for the future.

-Directs and implements the practice's mission and strategic plan to achieve its strategic and financial goals.

-Develops and updates organizational design, management, and processes for maximum productivity, efficiency and cost effectiveness.

-Ensures the financial viability of the practice by maintaining control systems to control finances and staffing.

-Provides visible and approachable leadership enhancing working relationships among the staff and physicians.

-Ensures practice compliance with all regulatory agencies governing health care delivery and the rules of accrediting bodies.

-Continually monitors operations, programs, physical properties. Initiates appropriate changes.

-Identifies opportunities to enhance market share and financial position through development of partnerships, affiliations, and growth strategies.

-Mentors staff and provides opportunities for professional growth and development.

-Represents the practice in its relationships with other health organizations, government agencies, and third-party payers.

-Serves as liaison and channel of communication between the board and its committees, the medical and administrative staffs.

Performance Requirements:

Knowledge:

Knowledge and a thorough understanding of the health care environment.

Specific knowledge of finance, marketing, operations, human resource management, and public relations in health care.

Knowledge of business concepts and financial drivers of a medical group.

Skills:

Skill in exercising a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion, and decision-making to achieve practice's mission.

Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with employees, policy-making bodies, third-party payers, patients, and the public.

Skill in organizing work, delegating, and taking appropriate business risks to achieve goals.

Skill in increasing revenues, measuring and improving performance and productivity, and developing people.

Abilities:

Ability to establish a vision, articulate the vision and execute it with success.

Ability to identify trends and motivate workforce toward changes needed to adopt and remain competitive.

Ability to identify opportunities for improvement and change.

Ability to engage and collaborate with staff, regulators, government officials, and the public.

Ability to guide management in its responsibilities while maintaining commitment to effective team functioning.

Ability to competently use Microsoft Office, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and appropriate management software.

Equipment
Operated: Standard office equipment including computers, fax machines, copiers, printers, telephones, etc.

Work Environment:
Position is in a well-lighted office environment. Occasional evening and weekend work and some travel.

Experience:

Eight years of executive-level experience, including five years of experience in health care administration working collaboratively across clinical and administrative departments.

Other Requirements:

Additional financial and business certification through ACPE and/or MGMA.
Performance Requirements:

Knowledge:

Knowledge and a thorough understanding of the health care environment.
Specific knowledge of finance, marketing, operations, human resource management, and public relations in health care.

Knowledge of business concepts and financial drivers of a medical group.

Skills:

Skill in exercising a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion, and decision-making to achieve practice's mission.

Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with employees, policy-making bodies, third-party payers, patients, and the public.

Skill in organizing work, delegating, and taking appropriate business risks to achieve goals.

Skill in increasing revenues, measuring and improving performance and productivity, and developing people.

Abilities:

Ability to establish a vision, articulate the vision and execute it with success.

Ability to identify trends and motivate workforce toward changes needed to adopt and remain competitive.

Ability to identify opportunities for improvement and change.

Ability to engage and collaborate with staff, regulators, government officials, and the public.

Ability to guide management in its responsibilities while maintaining commitment to effective team functioning.

Ability to competently use Microsoft Office, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and appropriate management software.

Physical Requirements:

“Must possess the physical and mental abilities to perform the tasks normally associated with a Chief Executive Officer Daily activity is 90 percent sitting and 10 percent walking or standing. High level of responsibility create stress.”
Please email a note of interest and your resume to ayoches@mcleancountyortho.com

Posted:3/3/2017

 


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