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  • 11/25/2020 10:51 AM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 11.25.2020

    Chief Financial Officer

    Location: Eugene, Oregon

    How to Apply: online at http://www.slocumcenter.com/careers

    Description

    Slocum Orthopedics is recruiting for an experienced Chief Financial Officer to oversee the financial success of a large, physician-owned practice in Eugene, Oregon.  This position is responsible for implementing operational strategies to grow revenues, contain costs, and maintain the highest level of clinical quality care.  This role will provide organizational oversight of all financial planning, Revenue Cycle Management, operating strategies, and financial outcomes.  The CFO will forecast the physician group activity and financial positions in areas of income, expenses, and earnings based on past, present, and expected operations.  As a member of the Slocum Orthopedics senior leadership team, this position will direct the preparation of financial budget targets and provide ongoing monitoring, communication, and leadership for organizational success.  

     

    A successful candidate will have ten years of progressively increasing financial leadership roles and five or more years of senior level experience within a large physician group practice or integrated delivery setting.  This experience should include profit and loss accountability, and a deep understanding of healthcare delivery operations, healthcare financing, and industry trends.  Prior experience in developing methodology for physician compensation plans required.  MBA/CPA highly desired. 

    Requirements

    FINANCIAL DUTIES

    1.  Oversees the flow of cash and financial instruments in accordance with company policy.  Ensures that adequate internal controls are in place for fiscal integrity and cost efficient operations.

    2.  Provides physician and organizational leadership with advice on the financial implications of business activities.  Provides recommendations to strategically enhance financial performance and business opportunities.

    3.  Maintains compliance with GAAP and applicable federal, state, and local regulatory laws for financial and tax reporting.

    4.  Develops financial strategies by forecasting capital, facilities, and staff requirements; identifying monetary resources; and developing action plans to increase revenue and decrease costs.

    5.  Responsible for the reconciliation of general ledger accounts (e.g. fixed assets, accruals, and prepaid expenses).

    6.  Tracks and analyzes the company’s financial performance, measuring the actual performance against expected performance.

    7.  Maintains relations with external financial auditors/ CPAs and investigates their finding and recommendations.  Establishes and maintains contact with banking related industries. 

    8.  Makes presentations to the CEO, Executive Committee, and other stakeholder groups on financial matters.

    9.  Responsible for capital financing recommendations and management.

    10.  Collects data to analyze the present and future financial status of the organization.

    11. Directs, coordinates, and monitors activities to implement institution's policies, procedures, and practices concerning obtaining lines of credit, commercial loans, real estate loans, and consumer credit loans.

    12.  Establishes procedures for custody and control of assets, records, loan collateral, and securities to ensure safekeeping.

    13.  Administrative Chair for the organization’s Finance Committee.

    14.  Compiles and reports financial data as required by organization and government regulations.  Prepares reports needed to satisfy tax requirements.

    15.  Maintains contacts with the Orthopedic Forum and related organizations to gather information related to best practice and benchmarking. 

    16.  Examines, evaluates, and processes loan applications.

    17.  Analyze investment options and makes recommendations to Board of Directors or corporate officers for institution investment.

    18.  Responsible for financials related to real estate investments and point of contact for the real estate LLC. 

    19.  Establishes and maintains contact with banking-related industries such as CPAs, insurance, real estate, and securities. Assesses risk of all financial transactions executed by organization personnel.  Ensures compliance with internal control Policies & Procedures.

    20.  Administers physician payroll and the quarterly distribution program.  Responsible for the physician internal compensation formula including providing projections based on modifications. 

    21.  Ensures that Slocum’s internal control policies are effective through periodic monitoring of internal audit procedures.

    22.  Responsible for Revenue Cycle Management functions and associated staff through a subordinate Director of RCM. 

    23.  Supervises daily activities of Accounting and Finance personnel. Direct responsibility for Accounts Payable and Payroll functions of the organization.  

    COMPLIANCE OFFICER DUTIES

    1. Examines establishment policies, procedures, and practices to ensure compliance with laws and regulations.

    2. Stays abreast of changes to federal and state healthcare laws and regulations affecting the management, operations, and product offerings of the establishment.

    3. Coordinates with legal counsel and operating departments to ensure adherence to laws and regulations relating to new or revised products and services offerings.

    4. Oversees the revision, preparation, and dissemination of new and updated compliance standards and procedures.

    5. Coordinates, supervises, and supports establishment's compliance-related programs, such as compliance training, compliance testing and reporting, disaster recovery, contingency planning, and records warehousing and destruction.

    6. Arranges compliance audits and informs the Board of Directors of audit results.

    7. Informs and advises management of conditions and status of establishment adherence to laws and regulations.

    8. Consults with and advises operating units and managers affected by compliance issues and regulatory requirements

  • 11/24/2020 1:51 PM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 11.24.2020

    Director of Accounting

    Location: Portland, Oregon

    How to Apply: online at www.AlbertinaKerr.org/Careers

    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 a Director of Accounting to lead our Accounting team! As the Director of Accounting, you will oversee the daily management and operations of our Accounting and Finance functions including payroll, accounts payable, reporting, client financial management, cash/treasury management, and financial audits. You’ll be responsible for implementing and maintaining a system of internal controls for company assets and ensuring all financial reporting is in compliance with policies and US GAAP. Our ideal candidate will excel in operational discipline – ensuring all reconciliations are complete and reporting is accurate and timely.

    If you’re looking for a meaningful and impactful career at a large, non-profit agency, you’ll love working at Kerr!

    Qualifications

    • 7-10 years of experience in accounting with progressively responsible duties including general ledger maintenance, fund accounting and budgeting/forecasting
    • CPA licensure required
    • Prior management experience required
    • Proven success in closing books and leading audits
    • Strong knowledge of US GAAP, internal controls and financial reporting
    • Strong proficiency in Excel
    • Experience with Blackbaud is strongly preferred
    • Demonstrated ability to form, lead and develop high-performing teams
    • Excellent communication skills with a customer service focus
    • Ability to work collaboratively across departmental functions

  • 11/04/2020 11:15 AM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 11.4.2020

    Clinic Operations Manager, Cardiology

    Location: Coos Bay, Oregon

    How to apply: Recruiter@BayAreaHospital.org

    Bay Area Hospital is a 176-bed, acute care, Level III trauma center, Joint Commission accredited regional hospital located on the beautiful southern Oregon coast. Coos Bay offers an extraordinary quality of life, attracting many future residents and businesses to the area offering an abundance of outdoor recreational activities, a world-class golf resort, educational opportunities and state-of-the-art medical facilities. With the ocean just a few miles away, the bay, and abundant coastal rivers and forests, you can enjoy great fishing and other great water activities.

    The Prefontaine Cardiovascular Center has established a quality-focused partnership with OHSU (Oregon Health & Science University). We offer advanced care for conditions affecting the heart and blood vessels, including arrhythmia, cardiomyopathy, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, heart disease, hypertension, vascular disease, and more.  Other available services include:

    *     Interventional/Diagnostic Cardiology, STEMI Program

    *     Cath Lab, EKOS, Pre-Post Unit

    *     Cardiovascular Imaging

    *     Cardiac Rehabilitation

    *     Pulmonary Rehabilitation

    *     Peripheral Vascular Services

    *     Outpatient and Device Clinic

    Come join our team on the Oregon coast! We offer an excellent benefits package and competitive wages along with a great work-life balance.

    Job Description:

    Provides leadership and supervision of the Cardiovascular Services Departments

    EDUCATION/CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSES/DEGREES
    • Current Registered Nurse licensure in the State of Oregon (Copy of academic degree or transcript will be required upon hire) or Satisfactory completion of formal specific training in the approved Imaging Technology Program, as relevant to assigned modality with current registration by the State of Oregon (Copy of academic degree or transcript will be required upon hire)

    Registered Nurse
    • Licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in the state of Oregon
    • American Heart Association Healthcare Provider Basic Life Support (BLS) or must be obtained by the last day of the month after the 60-day grace period
    • American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) or must be obtained by the last day of the month after the 90-day grace period
    • Bachelor’s Degree preferred


    Radiology Technician
    • Satisfactory completion of formal specific training in the approved Imaging Technology Program, as relevant to assigned modality (Copy of academic
    degree/transcript required upon hire if performing Moderate Complexity Testing)
    • Requires current registration with the Oregon Board of Medical Imaging (OBMI)
    • American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) or obtain within 90 days of hire
    • American Heart Association Healthcare Provider Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required upon date of hire
    • Current ARRT (R)
    • High school graduate or equivalent preferred
    • Bachelor’s degree preferred
    • Additional advanced certification preferred

    EXPERIENCE
    • At least three years’ experience (within the last four years) in an acute hospital critical care setting
    • Experience with cardiovascular procedures
    • Previous supervisory experience preferred
    • At least two years’ experience in a cardiac catheterization lab preferred

  • 11/02/2020 10:40 AM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    Posted 11.2.2020

    Practice Manager

    Location: Shoreline, WA

    How to apply: Email resume to Lauren@HarrisHealthcareConsulting.com

    Independent pediatric community clinic in Shoreline, WA, seeks full-time practice manager. We are looking for an individual with strong interpersonal communication skills, experience in personnel management, and a track record in all aspects of project management, including implementation and follow-through. Candidate must be able to work both independently and collaboratively with clinic leadership, Candidate must prioritize a positive and supportive work environment to keep office running efficiently and staff morale high.

    Required qualities: 

    · Clear communication skills

    · Positive attitude

    · Team player

    · Detail-oriented

    · Calm, efficient work style

    · Thrives on full and challenging work days

    · Ability to manage medical staff in the midst of a busy day of seeing patients

    · Value and practice fiscal responsibility

    · Impeccable ethics and trustworthiness

    · Self-starter who is curious and eager to grow

    · Systems thinker

    · Ability to multitask and to manage competing priorities

    · Flexibility in the face of change

    · Commitment to embrace diversity

    · Commitment to the core values of our practice: quality, inclusive and compassionate care

     Duties and Responsibilities:

    Human Resources - Manages payroll and benefits, hiring of new employees in conjunction with department supervisors, onboarding of new employees. Supports team building and staff development. Performs yearly performance reviews, improvement plans as needed. Collaborates with physician liaison for HR.

    Supervision - Provides overall supervision of staff, provides collaborative management and problem solving with nursing supervisor, front office supervisor, and IT manager.

    Clinic Operations - Oversees all clinic day to day operations, maintains awareness of cost efficiencies and trends. Collaborates with leadership to develop new workflows. Fosters communication between departments to improve current workflows. Acts as patient satisfaction liaison.

    Care Network Partnership - Represents clinic in Seattle Children’s Care Network collaborations, projects and meetings. Reports relevant activities to physician group.

    Regulations and Policies - Ensures clinic is following appropriate regulations and policies around HIPAA, employment regulations and incident reporting.

    Facilities Maintenance - Acts as liaison with building ownership and vendors.

    Marketing and outreach - maintains appropriate advertising, updates website information, and stays on top of marketing trends. Maintains connections with referring providers.

    Experience:  2 years minimum experience in personnel management and office management.  Healthcare management, preferred.

    Other:  Advanced skills in Word, Excel, and fluency with IT. Experience with Electronic Medical Records is desired but not required.
  • 10/29/2020 2:54 PM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 10.29.2020

    Manager of Cardiovascular Procedures Unit - Full Time

    Location: Coos Bay, Oregon

    How to apply: Click Here

    Bay Area Hospital is a 176-bed, acute care, Level III trauma center, Joint Commission accredited regional hospital located on the beautiful southern Oregon coast. Coos Bay offers an extraordinary quality of life, attracting many future residents and businesses to the area offering an abundance of outdoor recreational activities, a world-class golf resort, educational opportunities and state-of-the-art medical facilities. With the ocean just a few miles away, the bay, and abundant coastal rivers and forests, you can enjoy great fishing and other great water activities.

    The Prefontaine Cardiovascular Center has established a quality-focused partnership with OHSU (Oregon Health & Science University). We offer advanced care for conditions affecting the heart and blood vessels, including arrhythmia, cardiomyopathy, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, heart disease, hypertension, vascular disease, and more.  Other available services include:

    *     Interventional/Diagnostic Cardiology, STEMI Program

    *     Cath Lab, EKOS, Pre-Post Unit

    *     Cardiovascular Imaging

    *     Cardiac Rehabilitation

    *     Pulmonary Rehabilitation

    *     Peripheral Vascular Services

    *     Outpatient and Device Clinic

    Come join our team on the Oregon coast! We offer an excellent benefits package and competitive wages along with a great work-life balance.

    Job Description:

    Provides leadership and supervision of the Cardiovascular Services Departments

    EDUCATION/CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSES/DEGREES
    • Current Registered Nurse licensure in the State of Oregon (Copy of academic degree or transcript will be required upon hire) or Satisfactory completion of formal specific training in the approved Imaging Technology Program, as relevant to assigned modality with current registration by the State of Oregon (Copy of academic degree or transcript will be required upon hire)

    Registered Nurse
    • Licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in the state of Oregon
    • American Heart Association Healthcare Provider Basic Life Support (BLS) or must be obtained by the last day of the month after the 60-day grace period
    • American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) or must be obtained by the last day of the month after the 90-day grace period
    • Bachelor’s Degree preferred


    Radiology Technician
    • Satisfactory completion of formal specific training in the approved Imaging Technology Program, as relevant to assigned modality (Copy of academic
    degree/transcript required upon hire if performing Moderate Complexity Testing)
    • Requires current registration with the Oregon Board of Medical Imaging (OBMI)
    • American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) or obtain within 90 days of hire
    • American Heart Association Healthcare Provider Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required upon date of hire
    • Current ARRT (R)
    • High school graduate or equivalent preferred
    • Bachelor’s degree preferred
    • Additional advanced certification preferred

    EXPERIENCE
    • At least three years’ experience (within the last four years) in an acute hospital critical care setting
    • Experience with cardiovascular procedures
    • Previous supervisory experience preferred
    • At least two years’ experience in a cardiac catheterization lab preferred

  • 10/29/2020 12:56 PM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 10.29.2020

    Director of Operations

    Location: Grants Pass, Oregon

    How to apply: Send cover letter and resume to lisar@womenshealthso.com

     Women’s Health Center of Southern Oregon, a premier, physician-owned OB/GYN practice in Grants Pass Oregon is seeking a DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS.  The ideal candidate will enthusiastically direct the process of attaining higher organizational productivity and operational effectiveness by analyzing systems, identifying resource, and leading teams to meet organizational objectives per the Women’s Health Center’s corporate strategic framework & playbook.

    Position is responsible for planning and directing activities in the company involving project management, public relations/marketing, policies & procedures, technical infrastructure, and facilities oversite with a focus on quality healthcare, patient experience, and financial sustainability.  Position provides leadership, mentorship, and guidance to department managers and ancillary providers to ensure WHC mission and strategic objectives are met within the WHC Values system.  Position works collaboratively with Executive Director and Physician-Owners regarding projects and strategies necessary to ensure excellent patient experiences, a collaborative work environment, successful branding & marketing, and appropriate technology necessary for expansion of business and services.

    Requirements and Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, or a similar field; Master’s Degree preferred
    • Minimum 5 years working in healthcare management; past direct clinical experience a plus
    • Ability to build and maintain strong relationship with physicians, staff, managers, and external stakeholders
    • Ability to organize internal and external teams for maximum collaboration and results
    • Excellent analytical, organizational, and project management skills
    • Excellent written and oral communication and computer skills
    • Excellent leadership and managerial skills; lead by example and direction
    • Extensive knowledge in healthcare policies, regulation, chart documentation, and revenue cycle management
    • Ability to use competent, open-minded, independent judgement when executing decision making

    Competitive Salary commensurate with the candidate’s experience.  Additional benefits include Group Health/Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, 401k plan, Profit Sharing and Paid Time Off. Candidate required to pass background check and drug screen. EOE. 

    WHC Values Honesty, Kindness, Knowledge, Balance, Hard Work, & Team Collaboration and we look forward to inviting the right candidate to join our excellent team!

    To be considered for this position, reply to the posting with cover letter, resume.

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