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  • 08/12/2019 9:00 AM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 8.12.2019

    Finance Manager

    Oregon Specialty Practice

    How To Apply: ddevalk@nwsclinics.com

    The successful candidate will be highly structured professional that understands the key “value-add” that well-developed financial analysis and support can mean in terms of operational success.

    Leadership: Provide financial leadership in determining the annual financial success of the practice to assure its long-term success.

    • Lead the development of the organization financial strategy and annual budget
    • Develop performance measures and monitoring systems that support the financial health of the organization
    • Monitor and direct the implementation of business plans in conjunction with the managers
    • Provide education across the organization that supports the group’s financial objectives

    Financial Management Balance capabilities, costs and service levels to fulfill the finance organization’s core responsibilities efficiently.

    • Create and provide timely reports and analysis of financial results contrasted to budget expectations for the Executive Committee.
    • Manage cash flow as needed
    • Manage and operate the accounting, general ledger (QuickBooks) systems
    • Assist in special projects and reports with timely analysis
    • Manage the payroll activities for the group
    • Implement operational best practices, ensure policies and procedures are in place to assure financial integrity and security
    • Construct and monitor reliable control systems designed to preserve Group assets and report accurate financial results

    Professional Experience/Qualifications

    • Undergraduate or Associates degree with a degree in Accounting or Finance preferred
    • Significant experience in financial management preferably in healthcare

    Oral and written communications capabilities-strong oral presentation skills; diplomatic and open style, good listener, credible

    Company Name Confidential

    Location Oregon

    Salary Commensurate with experience

    How To Apply: ddevalk@nwsclinics.com

  • 07/30/2019 2:43 PM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    Posted 7.30.2019

    Apply online at AlbertinaKerr.org!

    Albertina Kerr empowers people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental health challenges and other social barriers to lead self-determined lives and reach their full potential. When you join Kerr, you become part of a team motivated to provide innovative and excellent programs, services and care.

    We're seeking an Accountant at our Northeast Portland headquarters location.

    As an Accountant, you will be responsible for preparing monthly journal entries, tracking and maintaining Fixed Assets, managing the client bank accounts, performing banking tasks, leading the internal audit program, and performing account reconciliations. Additionally, you’ll be providing support to other professional Accounting and Finance staff, preparing reports, compiling data, and keeping management informed of pertinent issues. If you're a skilled G/L accountant with an eye for reconciliations, who is excited in identifying, investigating, and problem solving balance sheet oddities, we encourage you to apply!


    • Bachelor's Degree with an emphasis in Accounting or Finance with 3-4 years of related experience

    • Working knowledge of US GAAP

    • Strong oral and written communication skills

    • Ability to proactively and independently problem solve

    • Detail-oriented with strong time management, organization and prioritization skills

    • Microsoft Excel and Word proficiency

    • Experience with multiply accounting systems preferred; Financial Edge is a plus!

    Apply online at AlbertinaKerr.org!

    The nature of the services we provide prevents us from allowing in-person applications or inquiries. Albertina Kerr maintains a drug-free workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status, such as race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity, age, or other factors protected by law. Individuals with disabilities can request accommodation in the application and employment process by contacting 503-262-0145.

  • 07/30/2019 2:39 PM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 7.30.2019

    Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/rgq2cxn9nktmdc2w

    Are you an experienced healthcare management professional with strong leadership traits? Do you have a passion for serving the underserved? Does your operational experience include exposure to budgeting and managing productivity? If so, we have an excellent Clinic Manager position for you in Hermiston, OR!

    What We are Looking For:

    • Working knowledge of Oregon State's Basic Health Plan.
    • Understanding of Community and Migrant Health Centers and the Primary Health Care services they provide.
    • Hands-on experience with medical/dental office operations is helpful.
    • Spanish/English bilingual preferred, but not required.

    What You'll be Doing:

    • Oversees and is responsible for the smooth operations of assigned clinic sites.
    • Manages productivity and financial budgets, ensuring patient satisfaction targets are met.
    • Leads clinic Quality Assurance programs and meets identified benchmarks.
    • Works directly with the VP of Operations to meet clinic and organizational goals.

    What We Offer:

    • Excellent benefits package: Medical, Dental, Vision, Rx, 24/7 telemedicine, profit sharing, 403(b) retirement plan, generous paid time off, paid holidays, profit-sharing and more.

    What You'll Need:

    • Education: Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration or related field required.
    • Experience: Minimum of 3 years of supervisory or leadership experience in a healthcare environment; with a Master's degree minimum experience required is 1 year. YVFWC Administrative Fellowship may be counted as 1 year of experience.
    • Licenses/Certificates/Registration: Current Oregon State driver's license and proof of automobile liability insurance coverage.

    About YVFWC

    We serve more than 166,000 patients across 24 medical clinics, 13 dental clinics, 8 pharmacies, and 57 program sites in two states. We are Level 3 Certified as a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). With integrated services including medical, dental, pharmacy, orthodontia, primary care nutritional counseling, autism screening, and primary care behavioral health, YVFWC's patient-centered model of care offers patients the full spectrum of care and shelter assistance, energy assistance, weatherization, HIV and AIDS counseling and testing, home visits, and four mobile medical/dental clinics.

    Working at YVFWC

    Working in our organization means being the passionate champion for those who have no voice. It means having the opportunity to work with underserved populations and with peers committed to the same work.

    At Farm Workers Clinic:

    • We will consistently trust one another to work for the common good.
    • We will foster integrity by demonstrating ethical behavior and insisting on doing what we say we will do.
    • We will demonstrate transparency by being candid and truthful no matter the risk.
    • We will create partnerships to strengthen ourselves and our community.
    • We will fight for just treatment for all individuals.
    • We will let joy in.
    • We have the courage to be an agent of change and refuse anything short of excellence.

    Our mission celebrates diversity. We are committed to equal opportunity employment.

    Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/rgq2cxn9nktmdc2w

  • 07/12/2019 10:55 AM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 7.12.2019

    To apply please email your resume to the HR Director at Vikki@orchidhealth.org 

    Looking for a Behavioral Health Program Supervisor to Join our Integrated Rural Clinic Team - A Great Work Environment!

    About Us

    Orchid Health was founded five years ago with the belief that the most effective way to improve the health of our communities is through integrated patient-centered care that takes the time to listen to and build trusting relationships with each patient. We are committed to our communities and each other, and are proud of the positive feedback and
    reputation that we have built.

    We now see over 4,000 patients at our two clinic locations and are currently hiring for a full-time behavioral health program supervisor to support the behavioral health programs at our two clinic sites as well as see patients at our Estacada Rural Health Clinic.

    Essential Job Functions

    ● Consult and collaborate on a multidisciplinary team. This includes providing integrated on-site care, recommendations, and feedback to medical providers and allied staff.
    ● Assist us in the process of developing a successful patient care model that allows for short to intermediate length treatment courses (1-8 months).
    ● Practice in a population-based practice management strategy with flexibility to be interrupted to respond to urgent/emergency situations and "curbside consults".
    ● Provide assessments, screening, or treatment/intervention services for approximately 6-10 potentially complex patients per day while working as part of the primary care team to effectively identify, treat, and manage physical, mental, and behavioral health concerns.
    ● Provide supervision, education, and support for the other Behavioral Health Providers working in our clinics.
    ● Chart Audits and oversight of other Behavioral Health Providers
    ● Assist our Leadership Team in the development and launching of local Behavioral Health Programming, such as intervention and outreach into our local schools, group training classes, peer support systems, or other  community endeavors
    ● Oversee Behavioral Health/SW Interns, and assist in the development of a successful Intern Process at our clinics
    ● Treat patients of all ages, including children, adolescents, and adults - many with multiple health issues and complex mental health or trauma histories.
    ● Effectively use an Electronic Health Record System (Athena).
    ● Provide other social work functions such as providing community resources or connections
    ● Network with community resources
    ● Assist in the development of a process for a Psychiatric Collaborative Care Model at Orchid Health Qualification Requirements
    ● A Masters or Doctorate Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or a similar Behavioral Health discipline from an accredited college or university.
    ● Oregon Licensure
    ● A minimum of five (5) years of providing behavioral health services (i.e. assessment, diagnosis, or treatment of an individual's behavioral health needs) in the behavioral health field, after full licensure was granted
    ● A minimum of 2 years of Leadership Knowledge/Experience - Qualified to provide Supervision to Licensed Professional Counselors, LCSW Interns, or similar Behavioral Health Providers
    ● A minimum of 2 years experience or skills in Program Development - prefer a Self-Starter who is Creative and Organized
    ● Positivity and Flexibility
    ● An ability to build a quick rapport with patients and staff, and to practice in a manner that involves full patient respect, a listening ear, and a focus on patient resilience
    ● Ability to become Credentialed with most Public and Private Health Insurance in the State of Oregon (including Medicare/Medicaid, HMO and PPO Plans, Kaiser) Bonus Skills (not required but strongly valued)
    ● Alcohol/Drug Certification
    ● EMDR Experience
    ● Trauma Informed Care - Knowledge and Practice
    ● Suicide Prevention and Management Training
    ● Family Therapy Skills and Training
    ● Experience providing Group Education and Support Classes
    ● Familiarity with Peer Support Systems
    ● Familiarity working in integrated healthcare settings (with primary care, dental, and mental health) Schedule
    ● Full time position - 4 day workweek available
    ● 3 Days of direct patient care (with potential intern supervision)/1 day administrative - program development Benefits
    ● $67K-80K DOE
    ● Sign on bonus with 2 year contract.
    ● Complete benefits package including health/dental/vision insurance, retirement, paid medical malpractice, health and wellness and CME.
    ● Student loan repayment available.

    To apply please email your resume to the HR Director at Vikki@orchidhealth.org 

    For more information visit our website: www.orchidhealth.org 

    Thank you.

    Orchid Health is an equal opportunity employer. Orchid Health recruits, employs, trains, compensates and promotes regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, veteran status, and other protected status as required by applicable law. At Orchid Health, we strive to be the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, to stay and do their best work . We believe in diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin and all the other fascinating characteristics that make us different.

  • 07/12/2019 10:41 AM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 7.12.2019

    How to apply: email resume to vikki@orchidhealth.org

    Seeking Company-Wide Medical Director to Join Innovative Rural Health Clinic Group

    About Us

    Orchid Health is a rural health clinic organization that seeks to revolutionize healthcare from the ground up by designing and spreading a model of community health that is centered on positive relationships with our patients.

    This takes the shape of longer visit times (60 minute initial visits), team-based care starting with a morning huddle, and being intentional about getting to know our patients, their unique goals, challenges and strengths, and partnering to create a shared care plan.

    Our first location opened in August of 2014 in Oakridge, Oregon and has received the highest recognition by the state of Oregon as a 5 STAR Patient-Centered Primary Care Home. Our second location opened in Estacada, Oregon in 2016 and was recently awarded as the School-Based Clinic of the Year in Oregon. We are a team of 35 and are looking to grow our model of relationship-based healthcare to other underserved communities, and are seeking a company-wide Medical Director to join us on our journey.

    We believe this is a great opportunity for someone who identifies with the following sentiments:

    ● I enjoy a flexible environment where the team works together (often going above and beyond to best accomplish a shared vision), celebrates successes together, and values all team members unique perspectives and contributions.

    ● I love the idea of small-town providers who have the time to connect with patients as well as the idea of helping grow a “startup” organization in pursuit of its vision.

    ● I love the idea of treating patients with comprehensive care and not just sending people off to specialists.

    ● I am interested in redesigning primary care, guided by the following Core


    • Showing Respect
    • Not Accepting the Status Quo
    • Being Passionate about our Mission
    • Choosing Positivity
    • Embracing a Learning Environment
    • Honoring Integrity and Accountability
    • Valuing Relationship

    Position Highlights

    Under general supervision of the Executive Director and in collaboration with Orchid leadership and provider teams, the Medical Director will help execute the company’s strategy and help develop, implement, and evaluate
    the medical practice delivery model to support Orchid’s vision, mission, and our four strategic pillars:

    1. Improve patient health outcomes

    2. Offer a great patient experience

    3. Create a fun and fulfilling place to work

    4. Ensure sustainable financial outcomes while we grow our model to other underserved communities

    Key Job Responsibilities:

    ● Offering ~.5 FTE Medical Director administrative time / ~.5 FTE patient hours ● Monitor quality and appropriateness of medical care being delivered across all clinics through monthly chart audits and provider 1:1s and supervision in accordance with applicable laws and practice agreements.
    ● Develop clinical practice guidelines and trainings.
    ● Work collaboratively with leadership and provider teams to develop policies and procedures for clinical outcomes, practice models, and medical risk and liability reduction.
    ● Oversee the Clinical Education Pathways for All Providers - related areas for the rest of the team intertwined with Ops/Clinic Managers - also involves annual Joint CME.
    ● Supervise providers - empower them to be successful and perform high-quality care for our patients.
    ● Oversee student rotations.
    ● Participate in the periodic review of clinic policies, procedures, and protocols to ensure efficient workflow and best practices are maintained.


    ● 5+ years experience in a family practice setting. Rural healthcare experience a plus.

    ● 3+ years of clinical leadership experience preferred.

    ● Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from an accredited United States Medical School.

    ● Must be licensed to practice medicine in the State of Oregon prior to beginning employment.

    ● F/t position with option for a 4 or 5 day workweek. .7- .8 FTE considered for the right candidate.
    Compensation and Benefits

    ● Starting base salary range $234k - $264k

    ● Sign-on bonus with 2 year contract.

    ● Complete benefits package including health/dental/vision insurance, PTO, paid medical malpractice,
    retirement and CME.
    ● Additional benefits include health and wellness reimbursement fund and birthday PTO day.
    ● Eligible site for student loan repayment.

    To apply please email your resume to the HR Director at Vikki@orchidhealth.org

    For more information visit our website: www.orchidhealth.org

    Thank you.

    Orchid Health is an equal opportunity employer. Orchid Health recruits, employs, trains, compensates and promotes regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, veteran status, and other
    protected status as required by applicable law. At Orchid Health, we strive to be the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, to stay and do their best work . We believe in diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin and all the other fascinating characteristics that make us different.

  • 07/02/2019 9:40 AM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 7.2.2019

    How to apply: https://whallc.applicantpool.com/jobs/


    Responsible for supervision of all facets of charge capture and coding, including charge review and coding related claim edits. 


    • Ensures the timely and accurate capture of charges, and submission of clean claims. 
    • Ensures that physician documentation supports medical necessity and substantiates services provided.
    • Leads and participates in ad hoc teams to improve coding and charge capture processes.
    • Works collaboratively with audit and compliance teams to educate providers on the appropriateness of coding and billing compliance.
    • Monitors coding denials to identify potential problem areas and takes prompt, effective action to ensure timely, appropriate reimbursement.
    • Monitors work production and quality of coding and charge capture.
    • Recommends the development of Epic Charge Router rules and Charge Review edits to ensure that charges are correct prior to billing.
    • Monitors workflows and system-enhancement opportunities to optimize efficiency and effectiveness.
    • Develops, maintains, and assures compliance with Policies and Procedures for the team.
    • Obtains and maintains proficient level of knowledge (eg., Epic ARCR Certification) of applicable Epic tools to ensure continued enhancement to people, process and technology.
    • Makes hiring recommendations and evaluates performance of direct reports.
    • Coordinates staff schedules to assure adequate coverage to meet performance expectations.
    • Works collaboratively with the rest of the management team to improve processes and meet goals.
    • Responsible for employment and selection decisions.  Completes and forwards employment requisitions for personnel replacements to Human Resources.  Interview, checks references and makes hiring decisions for new employees in coordination with PFS Manager and Human Resources.  Partners with PFS Manager and Human Resources to resolve compensation issues and determine starting pay for new hires.
    • Recommends changes to policies and procedures as needed.
    • Researches and arranges coding continuing education.
    • Orders coding manuals and other resources annually and distributes to the administrative office and clinics.
    • Takes responsibility for and demonstrates safe work practices.
    • Maintains regular and predictable attendance.
    • Maintains WHA confidentiality standards.
    • Attends WHA and office meetings.
    • Models The Values Statement and The Patient Experience of WHA.


    • Ability to work independently in a multi-task environment.
    • Ability to weight pros and cons of decisions and make sound recommendations.
    • Strong customer service and interpersonal communication skills, both verbally and in writing. Ability to foster teamwork and communication in others and handle sensitive communications.
    • Develops strong relationships with all departments to develop coding and reimbursement training materials and to receive feedback.
    • Ability to solve difficult coding and reimbursement problems effectively, using empathy and tact.
    • Ability to analyze problems and resolve independently or in collaboration with others.
    • Knowledge of organizational policies, regulations and procedures to complete decisions independently.
    • Ability to consistently present a professional image and positive attitude when dealing with clinicians and employees on coding and reimbursement issues.
    • Ability to inspire and motivate clinicians and the patient accounts staff to perform at a high level of excellence in coding and auditing.
    • Ability to consistently consider the effect of actions on others and the team goals.
    • Ability to persist in dealing with insurance companies.
    • Initiative to remain up to date on coding and insurance billing changes, reimbursement and collection laws and practices.
    • Ability to conduct effective team meetings and manage on-going education for the team.
    • Ability to supervise remote staff.
    • Ability to prioritize workload and follow through on assignments.
    • Demonstrates accountability and responsibility for own work and work of team.
    • Ability to inspire and motivate the staff they lead to perform at a high level of excellence.
    • Ability to be flexible in adapting to changing needs.
    • Commitment to ongoing professional development.
    • Participates and works with other Managers and Supervisors in developing good working relationships and processes throughout the Clinic.


    • May provide coverage in coding of surgeries during planned absences.
    • Performs other tasks as assigned.


    Personal computer, printer, telephone, facsimile machine, photocopier, 10-key.


    Work is conducted in a well-lit, air-conditioned office environment.  Considerable sitting required and ability to perform keyboarding motions.  Ability to hear and to communicate well verbally.  Color vision preferred and visual acuity required to observe personal computer monitors.  Physical mobility to retrieve materials up to 15 pounds.


    • High School diploma or GED required. Certification as Professional Coder (CPC) required, OB/GYN certification preferred.
    • Experience with EPIC software preferred, ideally in an OB/GYN clinic.
    • Minimum two years supervisory experience in a medical physician office facility.
    • Minimum two years in medical practice billing, coding and collections.
    • Advanced working knowledge of medical billing operations.
    • Advanced and current knowledge of CPT, and ICD-10 coding.
    • Current knowledge of insurance payer coding and reimbursement guidelines.
    • Ability to identify, initiate, implement and manage business practices, policies and processes.
    • Proficient organizational skills, attention to detail and accuracy.
    • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external parties.
    • Ability to exercise initiative, problem-solving and decision making.
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
    • Demonstrated customer service oriented attitude/behavior.
    • Demonstrated success in service excellence and quality improvement.
    • Valid driver’s license and the ability to drive to various WHA sites and meetings.
    • Ability to demonstrate The Mission and Values and The Patient Experience of WHA.
    • Ability to perform the essential functions of the job. 

    Women’s Healthcare Associates, LLC believes that each employee makes a significant contribution to our success.  This position description is designed to outline primary duties and qualifications but not limit the employee or WHA to the work identified above.

Contact us! main@omgma.com | 971-373-1477 | P.O. Box 790, Sherwood, OR 97140

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