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  • 10/12/2021 1:56 PM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 10.12.2021

    Practice Administrator - Full Time

    Location: Vancouver, WA

    How To Apply: Jennie McCartney, jmccartney@cascadiawc.com, Cascadia Women's Clinic, 900 NE 139th St, Suite 206 Vancouver, WA 98685

    A well-established OB/GYN Clinic is looking for someone who has the experience, drive and knowledge to help steer a very busy practice.  The practice is located in a beautiful setting in Vancouver, WA and is staffed by a group of providers to whom providing the highest quality care in Women’s Health is critical and this position helps enable them to achieve that goal.


    • Directs, supervises, and coaches front office, billing and clinical staff daily
    • Develops vision for practice and executes plans to achieve vision.
    • Identifies strategy for growth and executes plans to achieve growth goals.
    • Managing the flow of the clinic to ensure compliance, efficiency, and patient satisfaction.
    • Problem solving and addressing issues raised by physicians, employees, and patients
    • Marketing the practice in the local community and on social media
    • Responsible for carrying out all established policies and creating new ones as required
    • Will manage and maintain oversite of budget and cash flow daily
    • Will work in tandem with accountants and billing staff to ensure accurate and detailed fiscal management.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES- This position requires the following minimum requirements:

    1. Knowledge of organization policies, procedures, systems, and objectives.
    2. Knowledge and experience with fiscal management
    3. Experience with human resource management and recruitment
    4. Knowledge of accounting systems, insurance billing, collections, and budgets.
    5. Skill in planning, organizing, and supervising.
    6. Skill in exercising initiative, judgment, problem-solving, and decision-making.
    7. Skill in developing and maintaining effective relationships with medical and administrative staff, patients, and the public.
    8.  Ability to communicate effectively both in writing and verbally.
    9. Ability to counsel/discipline personnel as requested or as may become necessary.
    10. Ability to delegate authority, responsibility to other staff personnel as deemed necessary to perform their assigned duties.
    11. Ability to handle information in a confidential manner.
    12. Knowledge and experience with contract negotiations
    13. Experience with EPIC reporting systems preferred
    14. Experience with Excel spreadsheets
    15. Well versed in HIPAA, OSHA and applicable WA State rules and regulations
    16. Knowledge and experience with payroll processing



    Masters or Bachelor's Degree in Healthcare Administration, Business Administration, or equivalent is required.


    • Minimum three to five years of leadership or management experience in a medical office is required
    • Proven track record in managing physician practice revenues and volumes.


    • Healthcare, Vision and Dental
    • Employer Matched Simple IRA Retirement
    • Disability & Life Insurance Plan
    • Vacation and Holidays


    This is a full-time salaried position that on occasion may require some evening or weekend duties.

    The individual hired for this position will begin their role focused on HR while receiving the necessary orientation to take over the full administration position in early 2022

    Covid Vaccine Proof Required

    Please submit letter of interest and resume to jmccartney@cascadiawc.com

  • 10/12/2021 1:47 PM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 10.12.2021

    Practice Administrator - Full Time

    Location: Portland, Oregon

    How To Apply: Email resume to  nyenshipley@multnomahortho.com

    Multnomah Orthopedic Clinic, Portland, OR 97213

    We are a growing Orthopedic clinic, seeking an experienced Practice Administrator with at least 5 years experience managing a growing clinic. Bachelors degree required. We need analytics, reporting, high level management to work with physicians as they build their practice. This position serves as the point person on daily clinical administrative and provider support functions. Personnel management, hiring/firing, benefits, A/P, Oversight of A/R. Payroll. Credentialing. Compliance. OSHA, Hipaa. Will also oversee X Ray department and their staff/equipment.

    Job Summary: The Administrator is responsible for successfully managing and operating the Orthopedic medical practice. Provides specialists with the resources required to meet patient needs and meet the financial objectives of the group practice. The Administrator is responsible for strategic planning, leading and directing day-to-day clinic operations. Additionally, the administrator will closely monitor daily practices such as patient satisfaction, HIPAA compliance, billing/collections, accounts payable, team building with staff members. Depth of knowledge and extensive experience in financial management is required. 

    Primary Job Responsibilities:
    1. Establishes/implements goals, objectives, policies, procedures and systems for all operational areas of the clinic.

    2. Develops/implements long-range plans.

    3. Manages the daily operations while developing, monitoring, and analyzing budget and financial information cost effectively, and overseeing fiscal health of practice.

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

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

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

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

    8. Ensures compliance with regulations and standards.

    9. Gathers and reports data for fiscal and statistical analysis.    

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

    11. Serves as a liaison between clinic and external agencies, including credentialing and contract negotiation.

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

    13. Maintains the strictest confidentiality.

    14. Performs other duties as assigned.

    Education: Master's degree in health care administration, business administration, or health administration preferred. CMPE-certified preferred.

    Experience: Minimum five years of experience in the administration of a healthcare organization and executive-level experience .

    Performance Requirements:


    1. Knowledge of principles and practices of health care planning and management sufficient to manage, direct, and coordinate the operation of a healthcare organization.

    2. Knowledge of the purposes, organization, and policies of the community's health systems sufficient to interact with other health care providers.

    3. Knowledge of practice management computer systems and applications.

    4. Knowledge of the policies and procedures of a clinic sufficient to direct its operations and to provide effective patient care.

    5. Knowledge of government and reimbursement regulations and requirements.

    6. Knowledgeable of Medicare, Medicaid, managed care and other third party payor's guidelines.

    7. General knowledge of accounting practices and procedures.


    1. Skill in exercising a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion, and decision-making to achieve clinic objectives.

    2. Skill in planning, organizing, delegating and supervising.

    3. Skill in leading employees to accomplish all job objectives while inspiring confidence and motivation.

    4. Skill in gathering and interpreting data, analyzing situations accurately, and taking effective action.

    5. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with employees, policy-making bodies, third-party payers, patients, and the public.

    6. Skill in organizing work, making assignments, and achieving goals and objectives.

    7. Skill in exercising judgment and discretion in developing, applying, interpreting, and coordinating departmental policies and procedures.

    8. Skill in verbal and written communication.

    9. Intuit and payroll management software


    1. Ability to assume responsibility and exercise authority over assigned work functions.

    2. Ability to take initiative and to exercise independent judgment, decision-making and problem-solving expertise.

    3. Ability to establish and maintain quality control standards.

    4. Ability to foster team building with all clinic staff.

    5. Ability to organize and integrate organizational priorities and deadlines.

    6. Ability to research and prepare reports or other correspondence as required.

    7. Ability to competently use Microsoft Office, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and appropriate practice management software.

    • 401(k)

    • Dental insurance

    • Disability insurance

    • Health insurance

    • Life insurance

    • Paid time off

    • Vision insurance

  • 10/12/2021 1:40 PM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 10.12.2021

    Administrator - Full Time

    Location: Redmond, Oregon

    How To Apply: Email your resume to Recruiter@MedMan.com

    MedMan (Medical Management, Inc.) is in search of a skilled healthcare professional to join our team as the Administrator of Orion Eye Center, located in Bend and Redmond, Oregon. 

    Orion Eye Center is comprised of seven physicians with a state-of-the-art clinic and ASC, along with a satellite clinic located in neighboring Bend, just 15 miles away.  It is a single-specialty ophthalmic practice, with subspecialists in cornea, cataract, retina, and glaucoma care.  The successful Administrator candidate will possess a strong background in medical practice management, strategic planning, operations, financial oversight and reporting and will provide direction to the great team of employees.  The ideal candidate will be comfortable, curious, and a problem-solver while learning and navigating the organization’s disparate IT applications (e.g. EMR, imaging applications, etc.)  As the Administrator, you would work closely with the physician partners and are responsible for the oversight in all administrative functions of the practice and ASC.  Upcoming major initiatives include a new clinic and ASC building and continued on-site/off-site COVID workflow optimization.  A strong, communicative, hands-on leader who possesses a collaborative management style is desired.   

    Located in Central Oregon with a population of approximately 100,000 people, the area is truly a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts and those looking for a health minded and cultural community.  Situated on the eastern side of the Cascade Mountains, Central Oregon is noted for its scenic setting, sunny days, cool nights and year-round recreation opportunities, to include: skiing, rock climbing, hiking, biking fly fishing and golfing.  Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort, 6th largest ski resort in the US, is a 25-minute drive southwest of Bend.  Daily commercial flight service is available at the nearby Redmond Airport, located 15 miles north of Bend.   

    As an employee of MedMan, your effectiveness is magnified by instantly becoming a part of an established infrastructure of experienced administrators driven to intentionally and aggressively transfer information to improve one another’s performance.  With a 43-year history, MedMan is the oldest medical group management company in America.

    The position requires a Bachelor's Degree in Business, Health Care Administration, or related field; master's degree preferred. A minimum of ten years’ experience in medical practice management required. Passion for professional excellence and MedMan's values of intellectual curiosity, grit, service before self, positivity and sharing are essential.

    Competitive salary and benefits.

    Please visit www.MedMan.comor e-mail resume to Recruiter@MedMan.com 

    Orion Eye Center:  http://orioneyecenter.com/ 

    Community Information: http://www.visitredmondoregon.com/ or http://visitcentraloregon.com/

  • 09/29/2021 2:08 PM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 9.29.2021

    Clinical Manager - Full Time

    Location: Portland Metro area

    How to Apply: Please apply at:  https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/ORE1000TOCM/JobBoard/18d7beaa-4c86-45e3-81f5-5f093b88f1b8/Opportunity/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=2e4c4d66-0765-45a0-bc79-88dc15c9a8ac

    Over the past 26 years, The Oregon Clinic has grown from a small group of six medical practices with forty physicians, to one of the largest specialty medicine practices in the country. Today, The Oregon Clinic is a patient-centered, data-driven, professional medical and surgical specialty practice that serves patients throughout the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area and beyond with more than 250 providers spanning over 30 specialties.

    The Oregon Clinic is proud to be one of the top ranked Large Employers in Oregon.

    Join our Team!

    The Oregon Clinic is seeking a full time Clinical Manager to join our busy Gastroenterology Specialty located in the Portland Metro area.  This position directs the Clinical services by managing a staff of Medical Assistants and Registered Nurses and overseeing the daily operations to support our physician team.  Current Oregon RN license is required. The Clinical Manager also supervises our Infusion Center and Motility Lab.  As a manager, this position is responsible for providing superior leadership and excellent communication while demonstrating clinical professionalism. This position functions as a primary liaison between patients, staff and Providers and collaborates daily with other managers to provide exceptional care.

    The ideal candidate will have 5 years of direct experience managing a busy medical specialty practice; GI experience preferred.  Medical specialty knowledge a definite plus. We are looking for a strong medical practice builder, with knowledge and experience in EMR systems, workplace efficiencies, clinic scheduling, phone systems, staff orientation and training programs, and patient accounts issues.  Must demonstrate strong leadership, initiative, motivation and a passion for customer service.  Competitive salary based on experience.

    Medical, Vision, and Rx Insurance is 100% paid for by The Oregon Clinic for full-time employees.

    • Current Oregon RN license is required.
    • Preferred 5 years’ experience in clinical setting with a minimum of 2 years in a management or supervisor capacity
    • Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, EMR and scheduling software, Centricity experience preferred.
    • Excellent customer service and leadership abilities.
    • Excellent job stability and prior work references.
    • Strong commitment to patient care and privacy guidelines.

    Additional Benefits:

    • 5% 401K Match + clinic funded pension-type plan
    • 70% Monthly Trimet Pass Subsidy
    • Company Provided Long Term Disability/Life Insurance/EAP
    • Access to Pre-tax Medical Spending Account/Dependent Care Account
    • Employee discounts at Adidas, Sprint, Columbia, Apple, AT&T, and more!
    • Emergency Assistance while Traveling

    This description is intended to provide only basic guidelines for meeting job requirements. Responsibilities, knowledge, skills, abilities and working conditions may change as needs evolve.

    The Oregon Clinic is an alcohol and drug-free workplace and an EEO Employer. Offers are contingent on successful completion of drug and background screenings. 

    We are an Oregon Benefit Company: An Oregon benefit company is a type of corporation that considers its impact on society and the environment in the business decision-making process, in addition to earning a profit.

  • 09/23/2021 1:45 PM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 9.23.2021

    Chief Operating Officer - Full Time

    Location: rural northeast Oregon

    How to apply: Heidi Johnson Healthcare Recruitment Link hjohnson@healthrecruitlink.com, 360.930.8668

    Seeking a dynamic and experienced healthcare executive to serve as Chief Operating Officer for Morrow County Health District (MCHD) located in rural northeast Oregon.  The District includes a 21-bed Critical Access Hospital and three certified Rural Health Clinics.  The successful candidate will be an accomplished leader, who will motivate and guide his/her team to increasing levels of performance while helping to guide MCHD at the genesis of an exciting organizational transformation.  This position reports to the Chief Executive Officer.

    Candidate Qualifications

    • A BS/BA in Health or Business Administration, or equivalent education/experience.  CMPE designation or Diplomate/Fellow status in American College of Healthcare Executives is desirable, but not required.
    • 5 years of executive leadership experience in a healthcare environment.
    • Proven experience as a business and operations leader in a rural healthcare setting.
    • Demonstrated competency in strategic planning and business development with working knowledge of data analysis and performance/operations metrics. 
    • Excellent interpersonal and public speaking skills.

    Organization Overview

    Morrow County Health District (MCHD) is a non-profit Oregon Special District that offers a wide range of healthcare services at Pioneer Memorial Hospital (founded in 1950) and certified Rural Health Clinics located in Heppner and Irrigon, and a school-based/community health center and certified Rural Health Clinic in Ione.  The Hospital’s Emergency Department maintains an Oregon Trauma Level IV designation.  The Hospital provides acute and emergency care services.  In addition, the District’s Pioneer Memorial Home Health and Hospice Departments provide compassionate care to patients in their homes, as well as at care facilities throughout the County.

    MCHD is dedicated to meeting the healthcare needs of the communities it serves.  The care provided to patients and families is carried out by an interdisciplinary team of professionals that includes Family Physicians, Advanced Practitioners, nursing staff, allied health professionals, and volunteers. 


  • 09/21/2021 10:28 AM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 9.21.2021

    Clinic Administrator

    Location: Eugene, Oregon

    How to apply: online at https://praxis-interpath.icims.com/jobs/4552/job

    Oregon Allergy Associates, of Praxis Health, is looking for just the right candidate who is interested in a truly unique opportunity to lead a well-established, highly regarded clinical practice. Applicant must be highly motivated, with an eye for detail and overall knowledge of Clinic Administration and believes customer service is of utmost importance.

    The Clinic Administrator is an exempt, management position responsible for providing thorough and effective supervision of staff, leading and directing operations, as well as project and risk management. In this role, you will be responsible for the daily operations and financial viability of the Allergy / Immunology clinic to include all daily business office activities, monitor staff and management reporting.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Collaborates with the Regional Administrator on development, implementation and training related to clinic goals, policies, procedures, mission, and work standards.
    • Coordinates and evaluates daily operations. Recommends procedures, treatments or other course of action to assist staff.
    • Management of all clinic staff.
    • Establishes and maintains communication as the liaison between employer, providers, staff and patients.
    • Participates in the development of quality improvement processes.
    • Maintain performance standards of supervised employees including performance evaluations, discipline, training and development.
    • Monitors and evaluates patient care by observing and guiding staff performance according to clinic standards of care, policies and procedures.
    • Ensure adequate staffing levels through timely and effective recruitment.
    • Delegation and monitoring of all office responsibilities.
    • Effective and timely staffing, training, and evaluating employees.
    • Guides employee actions by researching, developing, writing, and updating office policies, procedures, methods, and guidelines.
    • Understand and adhere to HIPAA policies, procedures and regulations to assure patient confidentiality.
    • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications and appropriate e-mail updates.
    • Work with other supervisors, managers, physicians, staff and the regional administrator to facilitate cross-training and ensure inter-department communication and cohesion.
    • Provides daily intervention and resolution of problems by responding to physician and patient complaints.
    • Assumes responsibility for patient, provider and staff satisfaction. Ensures the delivery of quality and efficient patient care by all staff.
    • OSHA coordination and ensures the clinic remains compliant with regulations.
    • Other duties may be assigned.

    Schedule: Monday – Friday 8-5


    We offer a competitive wage and benefits package, and on top of this, you will work with a talented group of providers, professionals and co-workers who are dedicated to the highest standards of quality care. The family of providers within the Praxis Health values those we provide for and we value our employees.

    Minimum Qualifications


    • Bachelor's (Preferred)
    • MHA or MBA, or MS in health administration or business administration (Preferred).           


    • 5 – 7 years of experience in the administration of a clinic.
    • 2 or more years of Electronic Health Record experience preferred.
    • Accurate and detail oriented; problem solving; pro-active planning; metric development; good organizational skills and communication skills; the ability to work with other department managers and supervisors; experience with management of staff; Ability to manage workload and empower others.

    About Us:

    Praxis Health is a family of medical groups providing high quality healthcare throughout the state of Oregon. Our community-based clinics are the DNA of our business, providing better medicine, advocacy for our patients, and a satisfying and collaborative culture for our providers and staff. 

    The Praxis family approach is dynamically different than other healthcare companies in Oregon. We are not “big box” health care, but rather a company of small groups and clinics, of nimble micro-cultures that can quickly adapt to industry changes, as well as patient needs. 

    We have been serving communities across the beautiful and adventurous state of Oregon for over 50 years! And we are pioneers and thought leaders in the industry. Our commitment to innovative and operational excellence has allowed us to create healthcare solutions that are both cost-efficient and cutting edge. 

    We are excited to share with you a short video that shows why the Praxis Health family is so special. Please click here: https://youtu.be/MrNWtn42prY

    Come see how healthcare is done right!

    Equal Opportunity Employer

    EOE Veterans/Disabled

    Praxis Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
  • 09/21/2021 10:08 AM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 9.21.2021

    PFS Coding Quality Auditor

    Location: Portland, Oregon

    How to apply: https://whallc.applicantpool.com/jobs/513190.html

    At WHA (Women's Healthcare Associates), we're a team, passionate about humanizing healthcare. We're inspired by the diverse stories, strength and resilience of our patients and the unique choices they make in pursuing health for themselves and their families. We envision a world where every person has the opportunity to achieve their optimal health and we're here to support that journey with personalized, culturally competent care and knowledge.

    The Coding Quality Auditor and Expert is responsible for assessing coding accuracy and completeness of inpatient and outpatient medical record documentation by conducting random and focused coding audits; documenting, preparation and presentation of audit results; including investigations and presentation of feedback. Acts a coding expert resource.

    Remote work option open to Oregon and Washington residents after completion of on-site training.

    New employees hired externally into this position will be eligible for a $500 hiring bonus on the first paycheck after successfully completing 90 days of employment!


    • Lead assigned audit projects, provide feedback to assigned coders, ensuring deadlines are met and escalate any areas of concern to supervisor.
    • Performs audits for coding teams, ensuring coders are coding in accordance with guidelines.
    • Review QA findings with Auditing and Coding Supervisors.
    • Serves as backup coder to the coding team for unexpected staff shortages and planned PTO.
    • Acts as resource for coding questions and issues.
    • Ensure Coding Guidelines and Compliance Policies are consistently applied in all processes.
    • Identify issues and analyze trends in coding and documentation. Provide input and valuable feedback to Supervisor on audit results in a timely manner.
    • Recommends process improvement and assists with implementation.
    • Collaborate with leadership to develop and revise training material based on QA results.
    • Provides support and assists with various coding/auditing initiatives as needed.
    • Must be able to work with multiple coding tools and EMR systems, Epic preferred.
    • Assists with onsite education and training with coding staff.
    • Identifies potential risk areas and provides recommendations for improvement.
    • Maintains credentials through continuing education and professional development.
    • Other duties as assigned.


    • High School diploma or GED required. Certification as Professional Coder (CPC) required.
    • Certification as Professional Medical Auditor (CPMA) preferred.
    • Demonstrated ability to effectively work with others.
    • Knowledge of medical terminology and coding, including ICD-10, CPT and HCPCS required.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Windows-based computer and medical practice management billing software required.
    • Proven effective verbal, listening and written communication skills.
    • Demonstrated success in service excellence and quality improvement.
    • Current driver's license and vehicle, or ability to procure transportation to other clinics or meeting sites.
    • Must be able to successfully complete a background check.
    • Ability to demonstrate The Values Statement and The Patient Experience of WHA.
    • Ability to perform the essential functions of the job. 
  • 09/21/2021 10:02 AM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 9.21.2021

    Patient Financial Services Analyst

    Location: Portland, Oregon

    How to apply: https://whallc.applicantpool.com/jobs/654443.html

    At WHA (Women's Healthcare Associates), we're a team, passionate about humanizing healthcare. We're inspired by the diverse stories, strength and resilience of our patients and the unique choices they make in pursuing health for themselves and their families. We envision a world where every person has the opportunity to achieve their optimal health and we're here to support that journey with personalized, culturally competent care and knowledge.

    Our Patient Financial Services Analyst identifies opportunities for process improvement, facilitating
    change to achieve established organizational goals and objectives, and maximizing net collections.
    Collaborates with patient financial services departments as needed to improve revenue cycle


    • Collaborates with patient financial services staff to standardize workflows that improve department
    • performance.
    • Participates in department work groups to problem solve and identify the root cause.
    • Partners with reimbursement team to reduce denials and write-offs.
    • Proactively identifies revenue cycle workflows that can be improved and / or be more efficient.
    • Partners with Internal Coding Auditor to resolve ongoing coding-related denials.
    • Assists in training of other patient financial services staff in Epic and functions as subject matter
    • expert on Epic.
    • Recommends improvement ideas for Epic to the IT Applications team.
    • 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.


    • Bachelor's degree in Business, Finance, Healthcare Administration, or related field, or equivalent
    • combination of classroom training and/or work experience.
    • Minimum 3 years of experience in a healthcare setting, with specific emphasis on revenue cycle.
    • Broad understanding of CPT, HCPCS, ICD-10, and revenue codes. Broad knowledge of registration,
    • medical records coding, government, and managed care billing rules, coverage, payment, and
    • compliance.
    • Epic certification in Resolute preferred
    • CPC and COBGC certification preferred
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively within a patient financial services department.
    • Intermediate to advanced Excel skills (including the ability to modify and create Pivot tables).
    • Must be able to pass a background check and drug screen.
    • Ability to demonstrate The Values Statement and The Patient Experience of WHA.
    • Ability to perform the essential functions of the job.Women's Healthcare Associates 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.
  • 09/21/2021 9:58 AM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 9.21.2021

    Business Intelligence Developer (IT)

    Location: Portland, Oregon

    How to apply: https://whallc.applicantpool.com/jobs/611857.html

    At WHA (Women's Healthcare Associates), we're a team, passionate about humanizing healthcare. We're inspired by the diverse stories, strength and resilience of our patients and the unique choices they make in pursuing health for themselves and their families. We envision a world where every person has the opportunity to achieve their optimal health and we're here to support that journey with personalized, culturally competent care and knowledge.

    Our Business Intelligence Developer will develop tools and infrastructure to provide clinicians and employees of Women’s Healthcare Associates, LLC (“WHA”) with meaningful data which can be used to assist in both business and clinical decision making, formation of practice policies and satisfying reporting requirements.


    ·  Develops methods to aggregate data from multiple sources and designs appropriate schemas to provide complex data analysis.

    ·  Designs, builds, maintains, and tunes ETL (Extract Transform Load), data marts, and cubes as needed.

    ·  Develops reports and interactive dashboards that meet customer requirements.

    ·  Interprets data in plain business language for executive staff. Interprets for clinical staff in a manner which has concrete relevance to their day-to-day functions.

    ·  Documents all software, code and work products related to data and analytics in the WHA documentation system.

    ·  Develops methods of identifying data quality issues, deploys solutions under clinical and administrative guidance and implements in a manner that is acceptable to all stakeholders.

    ·  Formulates and applies statistical methods to develop and interpret information that assists management with decision making, policy formulation, or other managerial functions.

    ·  Analyzes and recommends software when needed.

    ·  Works with clinical, operations and financial business units to determine reporting requirements, collect data, generate appropriate reports, prepare documentation and maintain reports.

    ·  Designs and manages security schemas related to data and reporting access.


    ·  Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Computer Science, Healthcare Administration or Informatics, or the equivalent combination of classroom and/or job-related experience.

    ·  Experience working in a medical group setting preferred, preferably in OB/GYN.

    ·  Knowledge of Microsoft Reporting Services, Analysis Services, and Integration Services.

    ·  High level of proficiency in SQL, including query tuning.

    ·  Experience performing some database administrative tasks an query tuning.

    ·  Knowledgeable in Microsoft Office products required and Epic EMR preferred.

    ·  Experience providing excellent customer service to both internal and external customers.

    ·  Ability to keyboard quickly and accurately.

    ·  Must be able to successfully complete a background check, including driving record.

    ·  Ability to demonstrate The Values Statement and The Patient Experience of WHA.

    ·  Ability to perform the essential functions of the job.
  • 09/03/2021 12:12 PM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 9.03.2021

    Clinic Director - Full Time

    Location: Salem, Oregon

    How to apply: Please submit your resume and cover letter to Careers@HopeOrthopedics.com or fax to 503.316.3780.

    We seek an energetic, dynamic Clinic Director to provide day-to-day leadership and oversight of clinic operations.

    Our director works to meet the clinical needs of our physician-owners to boost efficient and economical performance while delivering high-quality patient services. The scope includes overall responsibility for clinical services and workflows, supervision of clinical staff, ensuring clinical services comply with policies and regulatory requirements, implementing clinic policies and protocols, and planning for budgets, cost-control and staffing. This position serves as a member of the leadership team, manages approximately 65+ clinic staff members through managers and leads, and reports to the CEO.


    • Bachelor degree in Healthcare Administration or health-related field required, Masters preferred;
    • RN strongly preferred, however other professional medical or clinical license may be considered;
    • Minimum five years medical practice experience required;
    • Minimum three years supervisory experience in healthcare setting required;
    • Proficiency in navigating electronic health records system;
    • Thorough knowledge and extensive experience in healthcare policies, protocols, and regulations; and
    • Must possess strong communication, facilitation, negotiation, and collaboration skills.
    • *Familiarity with physician-owners/orthopedic practice models; prior specialty/orthopedic experience highly preferred.

    At Hope Orthopedics of Oregon, serving our community with the best possible care is our core mission. If your personal  mission aligns with ours, and you’d like to work with an outstanding team that delivers world-class orthopedic care,
    we’d like to hear from you. Please submit your resume and cover letter to Careers@HopeOrthopedics.com or fax to 503.316.3780.

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