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Posted 3.6.2018

Chief Operating Officer

Colorado Imaging Associates, P.C.

Specialty: Radiology

Physicians: 33

33 Physician Radiology group in Denver area seeks experienced radiology leader to replace retiring COO, who is leaving at end of June.

Practice is evolving and growing and needs the right person to assist with transition to the next level, while being able to manage the daily operations and responsibilities of the current organization.

The COO is the top non-physician leader in the practice and reports directly to an eight physician Executive Committee.

Denver CO is among the best cities in the USA to live and work with amazing four season weather, plenty of sunshine and a vast number of outdoor and cultural activities.

This position works with a small team of business office employees, which includes Directors of IT and Business Development and Quality.

Responsibilities include all human resource management and oversight for the organization, business planning, strategy and implementation, financial oversight of outsourced revenue cycle management and accounting, oversees all contracting, provides guidance and oversight to Information Technology department, Marketing and Business Development, and works collaboratively with legal counsel. Acts as the primary liaison for Hospitals, Outpatient facilities and Teleradiology clients.

Skills include ability to perform both macro and micro tasks and responsibilities; must have excellent negotiation abilities and both oral and written communication skills. Must possess the personality to deal with challenges with emotional intelligence.

Advanced business or related education required; should have at least 8 years previous healthcare management experience, preferably in Radiology.

Interested parties should send resumes to

Please indicate whether you will be attending the Paradigm meeting in San Diego from April 5-7, 2018, as interviews for out of state candidates can be coordinated at that meeting.
Posted 1.22.2018

Practice Administrator

Urology Associates, LLC

Specialty: Urology

Physicians: 5


Position Description/Qualifications:

Job Summary: The Practice Administrator is responsible for successfully managing and operating medical practices involving multiple clinic sites. Provides medical specialists with the resources required to meet patient needs and meet the financial objectives of the group practice.

Primary Job Responsibilities:

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

Develops\implements long-range plans.

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

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

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

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

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

Ensures compliance with regulations and standards.

Gathers and reports data for fiscal and statistical analysis.

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

Serves as a liaison between clinic and external agencies.

Oversees in-house billing and out-sourced collection activities.

Helps develop clinic strategic plans and objectives based upon identified needs of patients.

Maintains the strictest confidentiality.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Masters Degree required and 5 years experience preferred in Business Administration, Finance, Healthcare Administration or related field.


Dan McGinnis

2525 W. University Ave., Ste 504 Muncie IN 47303

Posted 1.19.2018

Vice President - Director of Clinical Operations

Minneapolis Radiology

Specialty - Imaging

Number of FTE Physicians - 25

Group’s Website –

The Director of Clinical Operations is responsible for overseeing the strategic and operational aspects of clinical services across MRA. The position recommends strategy for short and long-term success at individual sites consistent with the company’s goals, mission, vision and values. This includes day-to-day management of multiple outpatient centers, clinics and service lines, providing leadership and direction to assure high quality, safe, cost effective and profitable patient care. This position will serve as a liaison between the clinical personnel and the senior management team and is responsible for implementing, measuring and improving processes, procedures and services.

Education/Experience Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree required, Master’s preferred
• Clinical experience desired
o Preferred in Radiology
• Minimum of ten years of progressively responsible experience in health care administration, five of which should represent leadership experience in clinic and physician practices
• Multi-site operational experience required
• Extensive experience working in a collaborative manner with physicians, clinicians, staff and other leaders

• Demonstrated results and performance orientation (a passion for excellence)
• Demonstrated skills in strategic planning and business development
• Demonstrated ability to work with physicians, staff, leadership
• Proven critical thinker and problem solver
• Establishes clear expectations and continuously measures performance. Maintains focus on priorities.
• Strong organizational, interpersonal and communications skills required
• Team player able to create and sustain a service oriented culture
• Willingness to articulate his/her position and concerns; is comfortable challenging the prevailing point of view

• Provides leadership across entire clinical network, including: Maple Grove Imaging Center, Minnesota Vascular Surgery Center, Vein Center, Plymouth Imaging Center, Open Sided MRI, Mobile Imaging, MVP scheduler and the physician extender team
• Deliver a consistent and positive experience for patients across all access points
• Provide management support for site managers, supervisors and leads. Be a resource and role model. Teach, train, and coach, as necessary
• Assists in the development of annual capital and operating budgets.
• Monitors budgets and financial performance on a regular basis.
• Identify, recommend and implement operational changes which will improve service, productivity, quality and/or financial performance.
• Continually examine opportunities for standardization. Share learnings across the enterprise.
• Ensure compliance with state and federal laws, third party payer regulations, and other pertinent regulatory bodies, including CMS, MN. DOH, ACR and MQSA (policies and procedures).
• Provide continuous improvement, succession planning and individual leadership growth opportunities to clinical personnel.
• Support special projects and other duties as they arise

• Develop strategic plans for individual business units and work with CEO and Physician President to continue to evolve the business unit and service line strategy.
• Recommend and implement strategic projects/initiatives that support growth, efficiency, or innovation

• Establish measures and indicators for key processes and track results.
• Continuously improve processes using appropriate tools and quality improvement techniques, consistent with customer requirements.
• Clarify improvement criteria and give guidance to improvement activities.
• Evaluate environment to ensure adequate patient safety initiatives.

• Understand and evaluate market trends and opportunities for new business opportunities.
• Recommend new strategies to enhance revenue and profitability.
• Prepare and oversees operating and capital budgets to reflect corporate goals.
• Manage resources within organizational financial parameters.
• Communicate financial performance expectations and results.
• Analyze variances resulting from internal and external factors and make or propose adjustments in resource utilization to respond to organizational needs.

• Effectively utilize human resources.
• Advance a respectful and healthy work environment for a diverse work force.
• Ensure employee orientation to the organization, division, department and position.
• Ensure that employees participate in required educational programs.
• Promote an environment conducive to staff satisfaction and retention.
• Provide specific feedback and recognition to others about performance on an ongoing and timely basis.
• Complete annual and 90 day performance reviews for all employees in a timely manner
• Follow a corrective action process when addressing failure to meet performance expectations.
• Maintain current job descriptions and involve employees in their development and/or revision.

• Conduct frequent, timely and appropriate communication with staff through staff meetings, one-on-one sessions and other means as required.
• Actively participate in meetings and other communication processes to share information timely, accurately and completely with those who need it. Continuously demonstrates effective listening.
• Communicate clearly and accurately in both verbal and written processes.

• Develop a leadership plan for direct reports.
• Initiate and implement talent management plans for managers.
• Continue to grow personal leadership skills and abilities.

Performance Measures:
• Exceed referring physician and patient expectations with respect to service levels
• Exceed operating budget targets
• Maintain necessary licensure/accreditation status
• Pass all regulatory tests/requirements


Jennifer Bahe

Posted 1.14.2018

Executive Director

Proliance Orthopedic Associates

Physicians: 17

The Practice:

Proliance Orthopedic Associates, a Division of Proliance Surgeons, specializes in all aspects of orthopedic care including fracture care; sports medicine and arthroscopy; surgery of the spine, shoulder and elbow, hand and wrist, hip and knee, foot and ankle and total joint reconstruction. The practice’s 30 providers work closely with 175 staff in conveniently located offices in Renton, Covington and Maple Valley, Washington, to provide patients with comprehensive orthopedic care, including an ambulatory surgery center and two MRI suites. In addition, the group is currently developing a new state of the art ambulatory surgery center set to open within the year.

The Role:

Reporting to the care center’s Managing Partner and Proliance Surgeons’ COO, the Executive Director role encompasses all of the responsibilities traditionally associated with the senior administrator of a medical group. Among them:

• Monitor and manage all aspects of the practice’s operations as a means of continuously improving the patient experience and ensuring that every patient encounter is a positive one.
• Lead and direct all activities related to administration, facilities, marketing, medical records, patient satisfaction, personnel management and regulatory compliance.
• Develop annual budgets and manage the variables that contribute to strong financial performance. Analyze the practice’s financial performance and champion opportunities for improvement.
• Develop smart, cost effective approaches for marketing the practice and enhancing its relationships with hospitals, practices and providers.
• Lead a productive, team-oriented work environment. Be a reliable presence in the office and conduct regular staff meetings to provide information and solicit feedback. Coach and mentor staff by example and through use of clearly communicated expectations, progress meetings and performance reviews.
• Manage physician and staff recruitment, onboarding and compensation administration.
• Ensure that company core values are modeled and policies and procedures are followed.
• Leverage the resources in the Proliance Central Office to help meet the needs of the practice.
Candidate Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree, ideally in health care administration or a business discipline; Master’s degree preferred
• Seven or more years in health care administration positions of increasing responsibility, ideally in an independent medical group environment and involving the management of clinics, ambulatory surgery centers and ancillaries
• Demonstrated skills in finance, human resources, marketing, operations and strategy
• Strong Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Word skills; NextGen EPM experience a plus

Professional and Personal Qualities:

• Ability to serve as both a hands-on manager and a high performing individual contributor
• Excellent judgment, understands what questions to ask to reach well informed decisions that minimize risk
• Self-effacing, humble yet confident person who is self-motivated, flexible, deals well with ambiguity and does not require positional authority to get things done
• Capable communicator who is able to articulate ideas, thoughts and questions clearly and appropriately
• Skilled manager with a collaborative style who influences change and builds consensus for ideas and recommendations that move teams forward
• Passionate and proactive about solving problems, adding value and delivering superior results
• Compassion for colleagues and subordinates and able to sustain collegiality and team orientation in a high performance culture
• Process orientation
• Absolute and unquestioned integrity

About Proliance Surgeons:

Proliance Surgeons is one of the largest surgical practices in the country, with 200 board-certified physicians providing treatment at more than 60 care centers in Washington State. Our range of specialties includes orthopedics, sports medicine, ear nose & throat, general surgery, ophthalmology, urology and more. Many of our surgeries are performed at our own outpatient surgery centers where costs are often lower and recovery times faster than at a hospital. Patients return home the day of their surgery to begin healing and rehabilitation and get back to doing what they love, faster. Proliance physicians helped more than 600,000 patients last year alone and performed over 77,000 surgeries. See for more information.

To Apply:

Email cover letter and resume to Jamie Patnode at

Use “Executive Director” as the subject.

We regret we are not in position to personally respond to all applicants.
Posted 1.12.2018

Practice Administrator (Top Administrative Position)


Lehigh Valley Physician Group - Poconos

Physicians: 80
System details:
• Not-for-profit, multi-campus IDS in Eastern PA
• Over 100 years old
• One of the largest systems in PA with over 13,000 individuals
• 7 hospitals
• One of the largest and most respected medical groups in the United States. It is a dyad leadership model which successfully pairs physician leaders with administrative leaders.
• 850 physicians and 350 advanced practice clinicians in over 200 practice locations. 47 medical specialties. Total FTEs 3,055, Support Staff 1,855
• 2 million visits annually across locations, Net collections $272,100,450 Total Expenses $444,134,830
• Accountable Care Organization on its way to a robust population health model.
• Growing, progressive, innovative group practice recognized nationally for clinical care and operational best practices.
Practice details:
• Located in the beautiful Poconos resort area of Pennsylvania. While some live in the area, others live in Allentown, Reading or surrounding area. The Poconos are within 2 hours of Philadelphia and 1.5 hours of NYC. There are many wonderful communities within an hour to meet almost any need.
• Multi-specialty group practice with approximately 80 physicians and 140 providers.
• The practice is located across 22 sites in the greater Pocono area.

Position Details:
• Provides operational support to the SR. VP, President of Operations, Vice President, AAMD and Chair for directing and coordinating all administrative functions.
• Areas of responsibility include, finance, strategic planning, business plan development, marketing, advancement of clinical division services.
• Provides leadership in practice support areas of pre-authoriztion, scheduling and access, scribes program, LEAN, HR policies and procedures, medical records, ICD-10 implementation, patient satisfaction, data intelligence.
• This position will mentor and lead several direct reports, practice administrators and managers.

Candidate Specifications:
• As part of the senior management council of the Network, sets and promotes the vision, mission and values of LVPG and the Network.
• Operational authority for designated service lines.
• Takes part in planning and setting strategic direction of LVGP. Form and set short and long-term goals, processes, outcomes and budgets for assigned areas.
• Serves on community and civic boards related to health issues positively representing the Network.
• Works with other leaders to achieve and maintain high levels of patient satisfaction.
• Works with department and division leaders to achieve quality measures, efficiency targets, patient satisfaction targets, and patient safety standards.
• Monitors cost-effective allocation of human resources and holds staff accountable to achieve targets and budget parameters.
• Develops business plans for proposed new programs, equipment and services.

• Minimum of seven years’ experience in operations management of a complex healthcare environment, ideally a medical practice. 10 years preferred.
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
• Visionary with strong strategy, planning and execution skills.
• Experience in market share growth.
• Emphasis on quality of care, innovation, and application of LEAN principles to achieve cost efficiencies.
• Background in effectively building teams and mentoring.
• History of successful collaboration with physician leaders in a dyad system. Need to show success in leading collaboratively with physicians.
• High emotional intelligence and social skills to interact positively with a wide range of staff, clinicians, board members, consumers, elected officials, press, and community leaders.
• Analytical abilities to understand complex computer and accounting systems and programs, resolve difficult problems, and manage financial programs of considerable scope.
• Master degree in relevant health industry discipline or closely related field.
Unique highlights of the position:
• Nationally recognized by US News and World Report and Health Grades as one of the top systems in the country.
• Known for impressive clinical quality.
• Leading edge system, not a follower. Regularly contacted to share their stories of success and trend setting.
• Highly collaborative administrative leadership with physician leadership in an authentic dyad system. The physician leaders in this system truly “get it” and are outstanding partners. Unlike nearby metropolitan areas, this system offers a unique situation where non-physician leaders have equality of leadership.

Joining this system is a positive career growth opportunity offering a one of a kind collaborative leadership opportunity in a leading-edge system.
Contact Melissa McCartie at to submit your resume and/or seek additional information.
Posted 1.4.2018

On hold
Posted 12.30.2017

Executive Director/COO

Premier Northern Nevada GI Group

Reno/Carson City, NV

Physicians: 19
Description & Details

Premier GI group Northern Nevada Reno/Carson City, 19 MDs, 6 PA/NPs, 7 Director management team and 165+ staff with 3 locations, 3 ASCs, 5 corporation structure is recruiting an Executive Director/COO to lead the team. Candidate should have at least 10 years progressive top management experience ideally with growth oriented groups. MBA, MHA, prefer FACMPE. Candidate must have strong financial analysis skills with successful track record in strategic planning, contracting/negotiation, business development and implementation, operational efficiency, cost containment, and team building. Major projects underway include: physician recruitment, ASC marketing, new satellite locations. Practice is tech savvy: gGastro EMR and PM, patient portal, telemedicine program, enterprise-class infrastructure with redundant internet and virtualized servers.

Our growing market is adjacent to the breathtaking Lake Tahoe, which provides both summer and winter recreation activities. We are within driving distance of over a dozen excellent ski areas and golf resorts. Our area boasts a revitalized downtown, excellent restaurants, and entertainment at local hotels. The University of Nevada at Reno is located nearby with an outstanding program of cultural events during the year. Reno has clean air, easy commutes, 300 sunny days a year and 4 mild seasons, and NO STATE INCOME TAX.

We offer an excellent benefit package to include; health, dental, life, profit sharing, 401K, CME, and more.
How to Apply / Contact


Please send resumes to: or fax to (415) 764-4802.

Posted 12.7.2017

Practice Administrator


Northern VA/DC Metro Area

Physicians: 14
Overview: We are a physician-owned anesthesiology practice seeking a Practice Administrator who can direct daily operations and design, implement and manage our business strategy to help us achieve continued financial growth and company excellence. As a leader within the group, the Practice Administrator will directly report to and consult with the President and Board of Directors, receiving excellent compensation and benefits and having a true opportunity to effect real change.

Our practice is located in a socially engaging, culturally dynamic and fast-developing northern Virginia area- a metro-accessible suburb to DC- and consists of 14 anesthesiologists and 35 fulltime CRNAs. For 17+ years, our group has exclusively serviced an award-winning, nationally-ranked hospital, developing an integral presence within the hospital’s executive network.

Essential Responsibilities:
1. Financial Management duties include budgeting and financial reporting, review of payroll and required reporting, accounts payable, and income distribution. Manages the daily operations while developing, monitoring, and analyzing budget and financial information cost effectively.
2. Participates in the negotiations for all managed care contracts. Cultivates and maintains relationships with all the local and regional insurance carriers.
3. Maintains knowledge of hospital contractual requirements (quality, financial, satisfaction) and assists with renewal or modifications.
4. Interfaces and maintains relationships with hospital departments.
5. Supervises the billing company and reports to the practice the following: third party reimbursement analysis, fee analysis, pricing policy.
6. Evaluates new practice sites/facilitates new service line planning.
7. Leads compliance audits and compliance plan, educational seminars.
8. Prepares quality assurance reporting, CQI project management, operational improvement plans, OR efficiency analyses.
9. With Board of Directors and office manager, evaluates and maintains CRNA schedules, PTO, compensation and benefits packages. Creates and helps to conduct year-end employee evaluations with Board of Directors, and helps to determine any potential raises, bonuses, and promotions.
10. Attends and facilitates meetings of the Board of Directors.
11. Schedules and conducts staff meetings with administrative staff to inform employees of changes in policy and to resolve problems affecting operating efficiency.
12. Helps to develop strategic plans and objectives.

Required Skills, Experience and Other Qualifications:

• Proficiency in all Revenue Cycle functions including: Collection/Payment Recognition, Accounting/Finance, Managed Care Contracting and Electronic Health records systems
• Significant expertise in physician relations, staff management/development, contract negotiations, compliance, and business development
• Strong written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills
• Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks
• Experience working both independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment
• Demonstrates ability in leadership and managing others
• Strong interpersonal, project management and mentoring skills. Ability to make decisions in a rapidly changing, professional, service-oriented environment
• Ability to effectively represent the organization and communicate respectfully with all levels of personnel
• Maintains the strictest confidentiality
• 5 years executive-level experience, including experience in the administration of a medium-sized health care organization
• Licensure or ability to obtain licensure when background credentials warrant
• Satisfactory passing of criminal background check, credit screen and Medicare exclusion check
• Excellent references and work history

Preferred Experience or Skills:
• Master’s degree in business or health care administration preferred
• Background in accounting or managed care preferred but not required

Work Environment: Medical office. Work may be stressful due to continual interaction with others. Occasional evening and weekend work.

Physical Demands: Must possess the mental and physical abilities to perform the essential responsibilities and required skills of this job with or without reasonable accommodation. For example, tasks often associated with an Administrator include, but are not limited to, moving, remaining stationary, positioning, operating, activating or otherwise using office equipment and supplies, communicating, exchanging, and gathering information, and detecting surroundings.

General Statements:
1. Execution of an employment agreement is required.
2. The duties listed are not set forth for the purposes of limiting the assignment of work. They are not to be construed as a complete list of the many duties normally to be performed under a position title or those to be assigned and performed temporarily outside and employee’s normal line of work. Nor shall the functions described restrict management’s right to re-assign responsibilities at any time. The incumbent will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other job-related duties.
3. Employer is an equal-opportunity employer.

Salary: Excellent and competitive salary and benefits, commensurate with experience

Expected Start Date: February 2018
Submit CVs to:

Posted 12.4.2017

Practice Manager

Allied Physicians of Michiana

General & Vascular Surgery

South Bend, IN
General Job Duties:

1. Interacts daily with physicians, support staff, and patients to resolve problems as they occur.
2. Supervises, mentors and develops Division employees to successfully meet their job requirements.
3. If needed, initiates disciplinary action based on guidelines in employee handbook. Works with Allied Human Resources department and/or legal counsel, when appropriate.
4. Directs the Division toward successful completion/implementation of strategic goals as determined with Division Physicians and in alignment with Allied strategy.
5. Participates in various Allied Committees, including, but not limited to, Benefits, Contracting, Marketing, and Credentials.
6. Completes facility credentialing, re-credentialing, and CAQH.
7. Collaborates with Administrative Office for credentialing with payors.
8. In coordination with Finance, develops of an annual Division budget. Monitors the monthly actual result against budget and makes adjustments/recommendations where necessary.
9. Oversees the day to day operations of the Division, including but not limited to management of the physical facility.
10. Reviews financial statements and distributes physician draws and bonuses for Division. If needed, makes recommendations in coordination with Finance regarding these distributions.
11. Collects and approves Division-specific accounts payable for processing by Allied.
12. If needed, communicates with external accountant for Division physicians’ personal accounting needs, e.g. physician pay & quarterly tax estimates.
13. Works closely with Finance Department to expedite successful year-end close.
14. In coordination with Allied Compliance Officer, serves as Division HIPAA Privacy Officer, ensuring patient privacy is protected and employees are adhering to the practice policy.
15. Collaborates with Administrative Office for coordination of annual chart audit with the external consultant and subsequent review with physicians.
16. Manages Division processes for optimum efficiency and employee production.
17. Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements:

Minimum three years medical practice management or related experience required, four years preferred; excellent communication skills; business-related degree preferred.
Interested candidates send or e-mail resumes in confidence to:
Allied Physicians of Michiana
6301 University Commons, Suite 230
South Bend, IN 46635
Attn: HR/Practice Manager/GVS
(574) 251-1339 Fax


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