Oregon Medical Group Management Association

Current Open Positions

  • 07/20/2020 8:02 AM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 7.20.2020

    Practice Administrator - Full Time

    How to apply: Email resume and cover letter to Lauren@HarrisHealthcareConsulting.com

    I am seeking qualified candidates for the senior leadership role of a private practice in Marion County. The group is seeking a positive, compassionate leader who is detail-oriented, honors diversity, demonstrates transparency and honesty, diplomacy, collaboration and a problem-solving mindset.This leader is accountable for financial and revenue management, business operations, human resources management, information management and the compliance and quality management reporting for the practice.

    Preferred Education and Certification:

    Bachelor's or Master's degree in healthcare-related studies and 5 years or more of outpatient clinic operations experience.

    CMPE or FACMPE designation

    Full-time Salary:

    $80,000.00 to $100,000.00 /year

    How to apply: Email resume and cover letter to Lauren@HarrisHealthcareConsulting.com

  • 07/14/2020 3:07 PM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    Posted 7.14.2020

    RN Care Coordinator - Full Time

    How to apply: Please send resume and cover letter to Sherry Garrelts - garrelts@ohsu.edu.   Or Jobs at OHSU Requisition ID  2019-2674

    Department Overview

    The OHSU Digestive Health Center (DHC), located at Portland South Waterfront, is a multidisciplinary center offering services in the ambulatory setting for General Surgery, Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Bariatric Surgery, and Nutrition. The surgical team is supported by a team of surgeons, as well as a nurse, medical assistant and scheduler that work closely together to provide excellent care for complex patients with Hepato-Pancreatico-Biliary (HPB) and General Surgery conditions. The patient experience begins with their initial referral and can include clinic visits and teaching, surgery, and ongoing complex follow-up care.

    Function/Duties of Position

    We are seeking a clinic RN Coordinator that provides professional, comprehensive nursing care and coordination for this complex surgical patient population. The RN Coordinator will provide care coordination, assessment and triage, medication management and clinical support to the surgery faculty providers in the clinic setting.  With faculty support, the RN coordinator will require independent critical decision making skills to assess this complex patient population which includes oncology.

    Outpatient Clinical Care 
    • The RN coordinator collaborates with other members of the Digestive Health Center and HPB / Gen Surgery teams to ensure that patient flow is expedited both during clinical visits and during remote interactions.
    • The RN coordinator is an active member of a larger multidisciplinary team, whose role is to facilitate communication, implement changes to the patients care plan, and track outcomes between other specialties which may include GI, Hepatology, Oncology, Nutrition, Social Work, and inpatient services.
    • Coordinates and implements the patient’s plan of care thru the entire care continuum; from the initiation of the referral through the entire treatment course including surgical recovery and surveillance.
    • The RN Coordinator tracks and ensures that Provider orders that result from the new patient visit are recorded and executed in timely fashion and triages and responds to or refers inquiries appropriately.  Recognizes and reports specific physical and emotional conditions/needs/concerns of the patients to appropriate members of the health care team.  Alerts Providers to unusual observations of patients to facilitate immediate attention
    • Triages all urgent patient calls; triages Provider calls and assists with communication when necessary. Uses standing orders to manage patient care when appropriate
    • Triage result pools and assists with follow-up and treatment plans
    • Clarifies and accurately executes provider orders, per established protocol
    • Recognizes and effectively responds to emergencies.  Speaks with Providers directly in all emergency situations.
    • Assesses patient/family status and needs both actual and potential according to established standards.
    • Assists with appropriate program placement if needed.
    • Acts as a patient advocate, preserving basic patients and family rights. 
    • Demonstrates knowledge of practice specific standards of care in actual performance.
    • Recognizes ethical issues and takes appropriate action in the provision of care
    • Maintains current knowledge of pharmacology and competency in modes of administration.
    • Participates in multidisciplinary patient care conferences such as tumor boards as appropriate.
    • Assists in the development of multidisciplinary treatment protocols and algorithms

     Required Qualifications


    • External applicants: Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing Degree from a program accredited by Commission of Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) or Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation (CNEA)
    • Internal applicants: Associate's Degree in Nursing

    Registrations, Certifications and/or Licenses

    • Current, unencumbered Oregon State Registered Nurse License
    • BLS at time of hire and must be issued by the American Heart Association (AHA) or Military Training Network branch of AHA (upload documentation with online application)
    • BLS must not expire during orientation or probation period, and must have the same expiration date (upload documentation with online application)


    • Specialty Experience: 4-8 weeks
    • Experience, but not in specialty area: 6-10 weeks

    Preferred Qualifications


    • Current OHSU employees: BSN preferred


    • Recent experience in an ambulatory surgery / oncology setting

    How to apply: Please send resume and cover letter to Sherry Garrelts - garrelts@ohsu.edu.   Or Jobs at OHSU Requisition ID  2019-2674

  • 07/14/2020 12:33 PM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    Posted 7.14.2020

    Chief Compliance Officer - Full Time

    How to apply: Go to www.corvallisclinic.com for specific position description and instructions on how to apply.

    Summary: The CCO directs the organization’s workforce in all compliance matters. As a result, this position has direct access to the Board of Directors for the purpose of advising and making recommendations to the Board about regulatory compliance issues and is the primary corporate resource for Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement information acting as a consultative resource for reimbursement and regulatory issues. The CCO maintains workforce compliance with all applicable federal and state rules, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

    Essential Functions:
    1. Advises leadership and the workforce in all regulatory compliance through education related to a broad spectrum of compliance-related topics (e.g., Fraud and Abuse laws, Safe Medical Devices Act, mandated reporting, HIPAA, etc.)  
    2. Maintains a current working knowledge of Federal and State regulations and policies as they affect the organization through routine review of various Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA) manuals, Federal Register notices, applicable government and/or industry related internet information sites, and State Medical Board regulations.
    3. Provides education and training about actual, proposed, or pending legislation and regulations that affect operations and identifying operational obstacles to compliance, working with leadership to identify and implement solutions.
    4. Provides compliance information to the Board of Directors on compliance-related matters as appropriate or whenever called to do so.
    5. Maintains the effectiveness of the Corporate Compliance Program through creation and revision of applicable policies (serves as ex-officio to The Professional Standards Committee); ensures appropriate routine and focused internal audits of policy/procedure adherence and coordinates audits generated by external resources; coordinates training programs that focus on the elements of the Compliance Program; provides screening of Corporate Charitable Contribution requests.
    6. Serves as the primary corporate resource for Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement information by maintaining and communicating knowledge of payer claim submission guidelines and coverage requirements and analyzing government and/or public policy and alerting the organization to compliance trends and risks.
    7. Manages Product and Drug recall efforts by coordinating with providers and other leaders to ensure patient safety.
    8. Maintains the corporate compliance hotline and works with other leaders as appropriate to investigate and respond to compliance concerns.
    9. Serves as the HIPAA Privacy Officer by maintaining/updating all HIPAA Privacy Policies and the organizations Notice of Privacy Practices (NPP), responding to privacy complaints, performing privacy investigations and associated Risk Assessments, reviewing requests for amendments ensuring all workforce are educated on HIPAA privacy specific to their role, meeting all HIPAA reporting requirements, staying current about changes to State and Federal HIPAA regulation, working collaboratively with the HIPAA Security Officer and leading the organizational response to both privacy and security breaches.

    Education, licensure and experience:

    1. Bachelor’s degree or higher.
    2. Healthcare Compliance Certification (CHC, CHPC, CPCO, etc.)
    3. Five or more years of experience in health care corporate compliance
    4. Background in Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement and fraud and abuse laws

    Knowledge and skills:

    1. Team Orientation
    2. Strong orientation to deadline and detail
    3. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and congenially with providers and all levels of staff
    4. Decisive and exercises good judgment under pressure
    5. Confidentiality

    Work Environment:

     Exposed to patient and environmental conditions, and some unpleasant sights, smells and contagious diseases.

    How to apply: Go to www.corvallisclinic.com for specific position description and instructions on how to apply.

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