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  • 09/19/2023 3:32 PM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 09.19.2023

    Practice Administrator
    Childhood Health Associates of Salem - Salem, OR, United States

    Type of Position:

    Education Requirement:
    Master's degree in Healthcare Administration or Business Administration, preferred 

    How To Apply:
    Email resume and cover letter to lauren@harrishealthcareconsulting.com 

    Job Title: Practice Administrator

    Report to: Board of Directors

    Supervises: Managers and Supervisors of all departments

    Job Summary: The Practice Administrator is responsible for successfully leading and managing operation at Childhood Health Associates of Salem.  The Administrator will equip medical providers with the resources required to meet patient needs and meet the financial objectives of the group practice.

    About Childhood Health Associates of Salem:  Childhood Health Associates of Salem is a private, provider-owned, dynamic pediatric practice that focuses on provision of quality health care to an often complex group of nearly 15,000 patients.  Established in 1977, the clinic has grown and evolved, now with 15 providers, including doctors, physician assistants, a nurse practitioner, a social worker, and a psychologist.  In addition to nurses, nurse case managers and a wonderful staff of almost 80 people.  CHAoS places an emphasis on compassionate care of patients, building interpersonal relationships and on overall wellness.  The clinic is a personable, inviting and energetic place of work that fosters creativity, innovation and growth.  

    Detailed job description available

    Salary $110 - $130k plus benefits

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    Contact Information:
    Lauren Harris
    Harris Healthcare Consulting, LLC
    PO BOX 452
    Fairview, OR 97024, United States
    Phone: 503-957-0415
    Fax: NA

  • 08/22/2023 4:52 PM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 08.23.2023

    Clinic Administrator

    Location: Westside Pediatric Clinic - Portland, Oregon

    Education Requirement: Bachelors Degree

    How to apply: Nita Bogardus, CMPE / 503-297-1025 / email resume to  nbogardus@westsidepediatrics.com

    Are you passionate about serving families and committed to excellence?  Westside Pediatric Clinic is a tier 4 OHA PCPCH medical home.   We are seeking a talented service-oriented clinic administrator to help  manage and oversee our daily operations, including maintaining our tier 4 PCPCH status.

    The successful Administrator candidate will have a minimum of five years’ experience in medical practice management, strategic planning, clinic operations, HR, financial management and analysis. As the Administrator you will work in step with the physician partners and be responsible for oversight of daily operations to include:

    o   Leadership – building relationships within and across the teams. Creates a culture of mutual trust and provides strategic vision of future goals and objectives.

    o   Clinic Operations – create and implement policies and procedures in step with stake holders.  Oversight of PCPCH goals and tracking of metrics.

    o   Financial – Ensure financial viability of the clinic by managing overhead expenses to budget forecast.  Negotiates insurance contracts to ensure long-term financial stability. Oversees payroll.  Review monthly reports with stakeholders.

    o   HR – Oversees staffing levels for efficient clinic operations, recruitment, and retention of professional talent. Conduct performance reviews, staff disciplinary actions and termination.  Administer Health, dental, STD/LTD insurances,  and 401K. Participate in salary compensation surveys to ensure clinic offers competitive marketable wages & benefits.

    o   Business Development – Assist Physician Partners in physician recruitment. Assists partners in developing organizational strategic plans and objectives. Develop and update workflows for maximum productivity and optimal patient engagement and clinical outcomes. Marketing- work with web designer to keep the website relevant.

    o   IT – Provide liaison with IT vendor for software upgrades, hardware and EMR updates.  Coordinate training for staff for EMR upgrades.

    o   Compliance – Ensures clinic compliance with all regulatory agencies governing health care delivery.  Develop, initiate, and maintain policy and procedure to reflect any updates from regulatory agencies.  Coordinates compliance education and training for staff according to regulatory requirements.

    We are in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, in Portland, Oregon.  Portland is just over an hour from the Oregon Coast beaches and  70 miles from Mt Hood which offers scenic recreational camping, hiking, fishing, and nearly year-round skiing.  

    The position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in business or Healthcare Administration or related field. Competitive salary and benefits.

  • 08/17/2023 7:55 AM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)
    posted 8.17.2023


    Full Time

    Education Requirement: Bachelor's Degree

    Location: Redmond, Oregon

    How to apply: visit https://medman.com/careers/ or send 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 six 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, analysis and reporting and will provide direction to the great team of employees. As the Administrator, you would work closely with the physician partners and management team and be responsible for the oversight in all administrative functions of the practice and ASC. Upcoming major initiatives include a new clinic and ASC building. 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 46-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 seven years’ experience in medical practice management with a minimum of three years serving as an Administrator required. Passion for professional excellence and MedMan's values of intellectual curiosity, grit, service, positivity and sharing are essential.

    Competitive salary and benefits.

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

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

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

  • 08/17/2023 7:42 AM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 8.17.2023

    Family Practice Physician


    Location: Wallowa County Health Care District - Enterprise, Oregon

    Education Requirement: OR Licensure as MD or DO, Board Certification as an MD or DO in Family Medicine with Obstetrics

    How to apply: Please apply at www.wchcd.org

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    This position is responsible for providing primary care services and OB services, including assessing, diagnosing, prescribing, treating, and educating patients. The provider works closely with other physicians and other clinicians in a team approach to patient care. They must work within their scope of practice as legislated by the State of Oregon.

    MISSION, VISION and VALUES adherence:
    The successful candidate(s) must share and demonstrate through job performance (and will be evaluated on) the ability, willingness and successful application of support for the Mission, Vision and Values of the District:

    • Mission: To provide premier Health Care
    • Vision: To be a recognized leader in mission focus, quality care, and fiscal strength
    • Values: Compassion, Respect, Integrity, Quality, Stewardship, and Family
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES: includes the following and other duties may be assigned. Nothing in this job description should be inferred to condone an employee acting out of their scope of license. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    • Providing premier primary care services in the clinic setting.
    • Provide OB services in the clinic and hospital including vaginal and c-section deliveries.
    • Direction and supervision of staff assisting in providing premier care to those patients.
    • Provide care within their scope of practice and seek consultation with other physicians and other clinicians as needed to provide safe, effective care.
    • Must have excellent communication, interpersonal, and computer skills in order to perform their duties.
    • Refers patients to specialty physicians for consultation and treatments as needed.
    • Participates in peer reviews within the medical group.
    • Participates in the Physician Leadership Council as requested.
    • Works with physician partners when determining patient need for and admission to hospital. These hospitalized patients will be admitted and cared for, through discharge, by the physician partner.
    • Rotates being on call and rounding on hospital patients with physician partners.
    • Arranges and coordinates referrals and consultations.
    • Prescribes and dispenses required medications in appropriate fashion.
    • Explains the nature of the diagnosis, the consequences if not treated, and the side effects of any prescribed or recommended treatments.
    • Coordinates appropriate patient education.
    • Promotes wellness and prevention of illness.
    • Is supportive and professional with all staff at all times.
    • Participates in quality control protocols and chart review
    • Learns and utilizes clinic billing process appropriately.
    • Documents patient encounters in writing or dictation in a timely fashion, usually within 24 hours.
    • Cooperates with District insurance carriers as requested in matters related to risk management and malpractice risk reduction.
    • Keeps clear documentation of continuing education hours.
    • Participates in the establishment, evaluation and revision of clinic and practice policies.
    • Works towards objectives of the District and District mission statement.
    • Assists in community education and awareness programs as time allows.
    • Performs other duties as assigned
    Medical Examiner Duties:
    • Reviews and investigates all deaths in the county (hospital, out of hospital)
    • Determines deaths that meet criteria for medical examiner investigation per:
    • Resulting from unlawful use of controlled substances or the use or abuse of chemicals or toxic agents
    • Occurring while incarcerated in jail, correction facility, or in police custody
    • Apparently accidental or following an injury
    • By disease, injury, or toxic agent during or arising from employment
    • While not under the care of a physician during the period immediately previous to the death
    • Related to a disease which might constitute a threat to the public health
    • In which a human body apparently has been disposed of in an offensive manner
    • For all deaths that meet criteria, creates MDILog report and signs Death Certificate. Coordinates with county District Attorney, EMS, law enforcement, family members, and Oregon State Medical Examiner as indicated.
    • MDILog report and ME issued death certificate completed post investigation.
    • Referral of all other natural cause deaths not needing ME investigation to deceased’s primary care provider for certification and issuance of death certificate.

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