Current Open Positions
Behavioral Health Program Manager
Location: Salem, Oregon
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Starting Salary Range: $27.50 - $30 per hour DOE.
Benefits Include: Medical insurance and the availability of dental vision insurance. Life and disability insurance. PTO and company holidays. 401K with profit sharing. Professional development funds. Positive work environment.
How to apply: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Position: Medical Practice Administrator
Location: Burns, Oregon
How to apply: Jen Hoke, 541-573-8642, email resume to email@example.com
Harney District Hospital of Burns, OR is looking to hire a full-time Medical Practice Administrator to oversee our family care clinic and our brand-new specialty care clinic. This healthcare administration position earns a competitive salary of $90,000 - $110,000 annually. We also offer exceptional full-time benefits, including $850/month towards medical & vision, $65/month for dental, a 401(K) retirement plan, a PERS (public employee retirement system) plan, and up to 200 hours of paid time off (PTO) per year. If this sounds like the right opportunity for you to take your healthcare administration career to the next level, apply today!
ABOUT HARNEY DISTRICT HOSPITAL
Established in Burns, Oregon in 1920, we are the only critical access hospital that serves residents living in rural communities spread across the 10,000 square miles of beautiful Harney County. We also run a family care clinic and are about to open a specialty care clinic. Despite our small size and remote location, we offer modern facilities, state-of-the-art technology, and a comprehensive range of services. Treating others with sensitivity and empathy provides for a healing environment and shows respect for the emotional, spiritual, and physical needs of others. We take care of our family, friends, and neighbors, so quality care is close to our heart. Here, our patients are never just numbers.
Our team members care about people and demonstrate this through their words and actions. This enables us to continue achieving our mission of enriching lives through better health. Our team is our most valuable resource, and we are deeply concerned with each member's well-being. We take great pride in providing our employees with the necessary tools to allow them and their families to maintain a balanced, healthy lifestyle. In addition to the traditional offerings, we offer a variety of extra benefits, including relocation assistance, air and ground ambulance memberships, and an employee assistance program (EAP). A career with us provides an opportunity for professional growth and fulfillment, a chance to build sincere relationships with patients, and the freedom to chart new territory in rural health care.
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF OUR MEDICAL PRACTICE ADMINISTRATOR
As our Medical Practice Administrator, you oversee both our family care clinic and our brand-new specialty care clinic. You work with the providers and clinic staff to develop a positive reputation for our clinics within the community. In partnership with providers, administrative staff, and clinical staff, you develop and implement programs that promote health and access to primary care in the Harney County Health District service area and to meet metrics set forth by the Oregon Health Authority and the Eastern Oregon Coordinate Care Organization.
You establish good relationships with our providers and work with the recruiter to bring in additional providers. Under your excellent leadership, the staff is inspired to take pride in their work. You cultivate an open, honest, team-oriented, and healthy work culture. Always approachable, you respond to the concerns of patients, providers, and staff patiently and with the goal of helping everyone succeed. You encourage clinic staff to participate in wellness and safety activities. Conscientiously, you maintain compliance with federal, state, and local laws as well as our internal policies and procedures.
Results-driven, you create and track performance measures to improve patient care, financial performance, and compliance with laws. You monitor developments related to key service lines and evaluate their impact on hospital operations and financial programs. Serving as an internal consultant, you advise the CEO and board regarding strategies and initiatives for your areas of responsibility. You regularly attend trainings, participate in meetings, read materials, and join organizations to further increase your professional knowledge. You get great satisfaction out of ensuring quality care and a positive patient experience at both of our clinics!
QUALIFICATIONS FOR OUR MEDICAL PRACTICE ADMINISTRATOR
Certification in healthcare administration or clinic management would be desirable but not necessarily required. Prior experience with Rural Health Clinic (RHC), Patient Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) and/or Joint Commission (JHCO) would mean a lot in your favor.
Are you skilled at gathering, analyzing, and interpreting information? Do you have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal? Are you willing to embrace change and adopt best practices? Do you follow through on your commitments and adhere to high moral principles and professional standards of honesty, confidentiality, trust, respect, and transparency? Are you committed to safety? Do you enjoy coaching and mentoring others? Are you team-oriented? If so, you might just be perfect for this Medical Practice Administrator position!
The typical schedule for this full-time Medical Practice Administrator position is Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM plus being on-call once every six weeks (for a week). The hospital administrative team shares this responsibility.
How to apply: Jen Hoke, 541-573-8642, email resume to firstname.lastname@example.orgP
Position: Clinic Director
Location: Portland, Oregon
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Are you a healthcare administrator that wants to make an impact in your community? Do you have operational experience in a primary care setting? Do you have a knack for building and maintaining strong positive relationships with the community, co-workers, and leadership? If you answered Yes to these questions, we have an excellent opportunity for you!
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What you'll do:
This position will be responsible for 3 Clinics in the Portland area. Current locations are within a few miles of each other.
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Ophthalmic Assistant/Technician - Full Time
Location: Eugene, Oregon
How to apply: Please send resume to Opal Woodke at email@example.com
Busy, well established ophthalmology practice currently seeking an Ophthalmic Assistant, Technician and/or Technologist who is looking to expand their knowledge, gain valuable experience and build meaningful relationships. The ideal candidate should be certified or able to obtain certification at the Certified Ophthalmic Assistant level within six months of employment.
We offer a full scope of ophthalmic care including cataract surgery, premium lens implants, treatment of corneal and glaucoma disease, laser vision correction and other eye care needs.
Our team of professionals are passionate about sharing their skills and teaching with a focus on expanding your ophthalmic education and clinical skills. If you are highly motivated, have a desire to learn and want to join our team of outstanding energetic skilled technicians, we want to hear from you!
Duties include patient histories, workups, and comprehensive diagnostic testing including: refractometry/retinoscopy, tonometry, keratometry, biomicroscopy, A-scans, pachymetry, photography, visual fields, BATs, PAMs, corneal topography, and other tests as directed.
Pay: $16.00 - $20.00 per hour
Experience is required
Practice Manager - Full Time
NORTHWEST ANESTHESIA PHYSICIANS PC, Springfield, Oregon
How to apply: Please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Northwest Anesthesia Physicians is looking for a highly capable Practice Manager to perform business management activities. You will be supervising staff, contributing to business improvements, and leading aspects of administrative management including: HR, Risk and Compliance, Quality and Metric Reporting, Data Analysis, Billing and Accounts Receivable, Organizational Governance, and Operational Delivery.
Primary Job Responsibilities
Northwest Anesthesia Physicians offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.
Since 1949, Northwest Anesthesia Physicians has been dedicated to providing the highest quality comprehensive and compassionate anesthesia service to our patients. With more than 60 physicians, we are the primary anesthesiology group in Lane County and serve multiple locations in the Eugene/Springfield Metro area.
Chief Operations Officer - Full Time
How to apply: Email resumes to, Misty Osko - email@example.com
Northwest Asthma & Allergy Center
Large, established single specialty allergy group seeks experienced Chief Operations Officer to partner with physician leadership to effectively lead and direct all operations in 7 locations. Our practice is the largest single-specialty allergy practice in the Pacific Northwest and has been a leader in the allergy community since it was established in 1964. Our board-certified physicians are fellowship-trained and are committed to providing high-quality, patient-centered care.
Reports to: Executive Committee (3 physicians), Board of Directors
Supervises: Administrative office managers and all non-physician clinical and non-clinical personnel and departments.
Job Summary: The Chief Operations Officer will report to the Executive Committee physicians for decisions regarding day-to-day operations and to the Board of Directors for long-range strategic planning goals. They will be responsible for providing administrative direction and coordination in the formulation, as well as interpretating and administrating current and long-range policies, procedures, and programs. They will work in collaboration with board members, front-line leaders, and staff to create an engaging environment, focusing on safety, clinical quality, and financial stewardship. They will strive to create a workplace environment that promotes staff, physician, and patient satisfaction.
Essential Job Responsibilities:
1. Develops long-term strategies and manages the strategic direction of the organization. Demonstrates the ability to facilitate the corporate legal structure, define policy, and define the organization’s culture in conjunction with the organization’s Board of Directors.
2. Ensures that patients receive the best possible care and keeps the organization focused on patient safety and efficient operations.
3. Oversees effective staffing strategies, recruitment and retention, training, and performance evaluation processes.
4. Ensures the financial viability of the organization by establishing and maintaining systems to ensure a profitable and compliant practice.
5. Ensures organization compliance with all regulatory agencies governing health care delivery and the rules of accrediting bodies. Continually monitors operations, programs, and physical properties, as well as initiates appropriate changes.
6. Implements an effective business plan and effectively manages daily clinical and administrative operations across all sites.
7. Represents the organization in its relationships with other professional organizations, government agencies, and third-party payers.
8. Maintains a program to provide an overall safe environment, prevent or minimize adverse events, and comply with federal and state laws and regulations.
9. Serves as liaison and channel of communication between the Board of Directors and its committees and the medical and administrative staffs.
10. Effectively oversees multiple locations by negotiating and managing all vendor contracts, lease agreements, and maintenance needs.
11. Develop strategic planning regarding office expansion and contraction using data-based decision making to identify potential markets, locations, necessary resources, patient volume, payer mixes, provider recruitment, etc. Responsible for coordinating and managing any new office expansion or office closure.
12. Responsible for insurance payer credentialing and contracting.
13. Works with the Business Office Manager in overseeing all revenue cycle functions and related staff.
14. Provides routine production analysis and distribution of reports. Promotes lean workflow analysis which is standardized, sustainable, and cost-effective.
15. Creates marketing and advertising plans. Supervises and directs clinic online presence including website maintenance and management of social media outlets.
16. Continually works to improve patient office interaction and promote customer satisfaction. Work directly with the Customer Relations Manager to oversee staff customer service training and target strategies to improve office-based systems including phones, patient portal, wait times, communication etc. Respond effectively to patient concerns in writing and in person.
17. Identify tactics to address staffing shortages and promote staff retention.
18. Work with HR Director regarding personnel issues including employee handbook policy revisions, benefits packages, staff performance reviews and coaching, role clarifications and job descriptions by position, pay scale development, merit-based raises, and leave and earning policies.
19. Promote leadership development by establishing a culture of engagement focused on corporate mission, vision, and values. Help design and develop training programs that ensure technical and professional competencies of all staff members. Identify and mentor high-performing staff capable of assuming larger responsibilities and primed for promotion.
20. Design and develop appropriate organizational structure that promotes effective, efficient decision making, identifies specific chain of command, ensures sufficient support for all staff and leads, promotes fair and equitable division of labor, prevents individual burnout, and improves overall job satisfaction and office-based morale.
Education: Graduate degree in health care administration or business administration, FACMPE (MGMA) preferred.
Experience: Seven years of executive-level experience, including five years of experience in health care administration. Multi-site management experience preferred.
Compensation: Competitive salary and excellent benefits package commensurate with experience.
Other Requirements: A demonstrated commitment to professional development and growth. Must be able to work well with long-time personnel and adapt to current cultural trends while also effectively exploring and promoting changes where necessary.
Candidates: Please submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) - Full Time
Organization: Catalyst Medical Group, PLLC
Location: Lewiston, Idaho
How to apply: Please forward resume and cover letter to, email@example.com
Catalyst Medical Group (CMG) is a thriving healthcare system including a multi-specialty medical clinic and a specialty orthopedic group in the Lewis Clark Valley that was founded in 2017 with the partnership of Lewiston Orthopedics Associates (LOA), originally founded in 1973, and Valley Medical Center (VMC), founded in 1980.The express purpose of joining forces was to provide the highest quality healthcare to our community. A physician owned and operated organization with 24 providers and 245 employees, Catalyst Medical Group is a highly regarded, financially sound organization that occupies two main campuses, with satellite clinics in Clarkston, WA and Moscow, ID.
Catalyst Medical Group offers high quality services through the use of the latest technology including a fully integrated practice management/EMR system, as well as state of the art radiological imaging and in-house laboratory. Lewiston Orthopedics Associates also has a newly remodeled out-patient surgery center on its campus. Catalyst Medical Group is located in the beautiful Hells Canyon area in a desirable community with many amenities nearby. The purpose of creating this union included: a means to promote integration of independent groups, to aid in strengthening these entities in an endeavor to remain independent in the current medical environment, to utilize shared resources to reduce overall costs, and to increase bargaining power with negotiations among various insurance companies.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will lead and strengthen Catalyst Medical Group. While upholding the mission and vision of Catalyst Medical Group, the CEO will direct operations in the most efficient and effective manner to ensure achievement of the organizational growth, goals, and objectives, regulatory compliance, targeted satisfaction levels and high-quality standards.
The ideal candidate will possess:
• Strong leadership skills; able to foster trust between all parties;
• Fine-tuned negotiation skills with the ability to successfully navigate through complex political landscapes;
• The ability to promote clinical integration within the community and participate with marketing programs;
• Skills to enhance operational effectiveness, emphasizing cost containment while ensuring high quality of care;
• Assist with annual budget process and overall financial management of the organization;
• Lead recruitment efforts for growth of the provider base.
The right CEO candidate will hold an MBA, MHA or CPA. The candidate will possess at least five years of experience leading operations at an executive level, ideally in a multi-specialty group practice setting, a single specialty group practice, or both. He or she should have a big picture perspective, being skilled at managing and integrating different business lines and functions. A leadership style that is team driven, open, accessible and able to foster trust between all parties is essential for success at CMG. Candidates who possess a CMPE or ACHE certification designation are preferred. Compensation and benefits meet the AMGA median levels inclusive of a bonus based upon achieving defined and measurable objectives.
Lewiston, Idaho; Asotin and Clarkston, Washington (the Lewis-Clark Valley), with a population of over 60,000 offers a safe community, healthy economy,and excellent schools including a new, state-of-the-art high school which opened fall 2020. Located just 100 miles south of Spokane, WA and 260 miles north of Boise, ID, the Lewis Clark Valley offers abundant outdoor recreational activities like hunting, fishing, boating, skiing, bike riding, hiking, etc., with the advantage of a strong family-oriented community. There are two state universities within 25 miles (Washington State University and University of Idaho), as well as Lewis-Clark State College and Walla Walla Community College right in town. The four local golf courses offer year around play and several world class courses are within a two-hour drive. Commute to work is an average of 8-10 minutes.
CMG CEO Succession Task Force
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Practice Administrator - Full Time
How to apply: Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Synergy Women’s Health Care is a unique, integrative clinic established in November 2011, featuring a collaboration of health care professionals specializing in the care of women. We are seeking an experienced Practice Administrator to manage the practice in collaboration with the physician owners.
Ideal candidates will have experience in HR, Finance Management, Risk and Compliance, Organizational Governance, Operations and Ambulatory Care Delivery and at least 5 years of experience in outpatient practice management. ACMPE or FACMPE credential and Master's Degree are preferred.
•Knowledge of principles and practices of health care planning and management sufficient to manage, direct, and coordinate the operation of a private health care practice.
•Knowledge of the policies and procedures of a clinic sufficient to direct its operations, manage financials and to deliver safe and effective patient care.
•Skill in exercising a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion, and decision-making to achieve organizational objectives.
•Skill in analyzing situations accurately and taking effective action.
•Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with employees, policy-making bodies, third-party payers, patients, and the public.
•Skill in organizing work, making assignments, and achieving goals and objectives.
•Skill in exercising judgment and discretion in developing, applying, interpreting, and coordinating departmental policies and procedures.
•Ability to assume responsibility and exercise authority over assigned work functions.
•Ability to establish and maintain quality control standards.
•Ability to organize and integrate organizational priorities and deadlines.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $85,000.00 -$90,000.00 per year
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