Oregon Medical Group Management Association

Current Open Positions

<< First  < Prev   1   2   Next >  Last >> 
  • 06/07/2024 2:51 PM | Marina Kemp (Administrator)

    posted 6.07.2024

    Director of Clinic Operations Primary Care Clinic 

    Organization: Oregon Integrated Health

    Location: Eugene, Oregon

    How to apply (contact name, phone number, email, mail resume…): Website Link to Job Site and Ad

    Director of Clinic Operations – Eugene Oregon Primary Care Clinic Oregon Integrated Health is seeking a full-time Director of Clinic Operations to provide efficacy, employee leadership and clinical growth within our primary care model and throughout the community of Eugene. OIH has 3 other locations in Portland, Florence, and Salem that each have directors. This position is part of the team of leadership that work together with Human Resources and the owners of the company to develop and carry out the strategic plan and goals of the business. The candidate must have excellent employee relation skills as 10% of the position will include Human Resources tasks such as time off requests. employee reviews and working on incentive plans for team building in the clinic they oversee. Oregon Integrated Health currently has 55 employees. The clinical director in Eugene will have the passion and skill to push our mission through outcome-based strategies, quality metric programs, and help lead a driven focused team providing highly impactful clinical work throughout the Lane County area. Oregon Integrated Health has a network of vendors that support HR functions such as Benefits, Payroll an HR platform that automates operational tasks for employees. We are seeking an enthusiastic, detail-oriented candidate to be a clinical director. The Clinical Director will lead and participate in the following activities:

    • Direct the initiatives and program requirements for the Eugene location to be certified as a Patient Centered Primary Care Home, Vaccine for Children Clinic, add an oral health program and Integrated Behavioral Health Program modeled from our Eugene location and expand the Home Health program.

    • Engage and build a team dynamic with the clinical staff at the Eugene location with weekly meetings and working towards improving current and future workflows that are standards for the clinical care provided at the clinic

    • Evaluations, trainings, and meetings with all clinical staff in Eugene. • Clinic delivery system planning and implementation of select programs that include: ◦ Quality Metric Program ◦ Wellness events

    • The clinical director in Eugene will work with our Community Health Workers on ensuring quality metrics from the CCO and other programs are implemented at the clinic level.

    •   Eugene community engagement with local chamber, medical clinics, hospital, and emergency services such as the Mobile Crisis Response Program.

    • Organizing internal day to day medical operations, including safety programs, updating policies and procedures, and ensuring compliance with all applicable federal, state, county, and city regulations for primary care operations.

    • Data Reporting / Health outcomes for Grants applied for and awarded from our CCOs, Community Partners and Payors.

    • Present and report outcomes in administrative meetings.

    • Ensure patient health information within Primary Care is maintained in compliance with all applicable internal and external regulations, regarding privacy, accuracy, and timeliness.

    • Document and maintain electronic health record (EHR) and ancillary records in a manner that assures compliance with all agency policies, program procedures and local, state, and federal regulations.

    • Maintain accurate and up-to-date documentation working with our provider liaisons associated with billing, assessment, treatment, clients progress and other activities as required.

    • Manage patient complaints and grievances in a manner that respects and honors patient rights and responsibilities and demonstrates professional boundaries and ethics.

  • 06/01/2024 1:05 PM | Marina Kemp (Administrator)

    posted 5.31.2024

    Administrator - Full Time

    Organization: South Tabor Family Physicians, LLP

    Location: Portland, Oregon

    How to apply (contact name, phone number, email, mail resume…)*: email resume brendac@southtabor.com

    Primary Category*: Family Practice

    Type of Position (part-time, full-time, etc)*: Full-time (4-5 days/wk)

    Education Requirement*: Bachelor's Degree

    Job Title: Administrator Supervisor:

    Partnership Hours per week: 32 – 40

    About Our Organization:

    South Tabor Family Physicians is a mid-sized, independently owned family practice clinic. We have been established in the Portland area since 1958 and are honored to be a 4-star Patient Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH). We pride ourselves in taking great care of our patients with an onsite lab, x-ray, and case management with access to nutrition counseling as well as other services. We value our employees and are seeking an enthusiastic, friendly, and dedicated team member to become a part of our South Tabor family.

    Job Summary:

    The Administrator is responsible for the overall leadership and direction of the clinic. Oversees and appoints leadership roles. Represents South Tabor Family Physicians as the liaison between clinic, providers, and outside entities.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Responsible for administration, direction, and coordination of all clinic activities.
    • Oversees all staff and leadership. Delegates and assigns responsibility as needed.
    • Create, review and update policies and procedures in coordination with appropriate leadership.
    • Review, assess and report on financial and operational matters.
    • Quality measure meeting participation and engagement.
    • Working knowledge of state and federal healthcare and other regulations.
    • Participate in Patient Centered Primary Care Home Certification (PCPCH). Oversee, delegate, and approve tasks related to maintaining certification.
    • Staff onboarding to include interviews, orientation, and training coordination.
    • Provider recruiting to include training, clinical orientation, and initial schedule coordination.
    • Contract negotiation.
    • Establish policies that promote quality care and promote practice culture and vision.
    • Facilities management.
    • Networking – act as clinic representative at designated board meetings.

    Education/License Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Prefer Master’s degree


    • Minimum of 3 years working in a fast-paced acute hospital or clinic environment in an administrative role.
    • Excellent patient communication, documentation, teaching, leadership, and teamwork skills
    • Ability to problem solve, think critically, and thrive in a fast-paced environment.
    • Prior contract negotiation and review experience.


    • Requires excellent customer service skills.
    • Requires strong attention to detail.
    • Requires excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    • Requires competency in language, grammar, and spelling.
    • Requires knowledge of insurance changes, regulations and market.
    • Requires proficiency in general office automation including operation of fax machines, copy machines, adding machines, postage machines, and multi-line phone systems.
    • Requires proficiency in working with a PC, the Internet, MS Windows and Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.


    • Ability to establish/maintain cooperative working relationships with staff and providers.
    • Ability to communicate effectively and in a professional manner with patients using interpersonal skills.
    • Ability to communicate effectively and in a professional manner with patients, providers, vendors, staff, and managers.
    • Ability to recognize when a complaint needs to be escalated.
    • Ability to recognize potential inefficiencies and make appropriate suggestions.
    • Ability to react calmly and effectively in emergency situations and to work well under pressure.
    • Ability to accept responsibility and proceed with tasks as necessary without direct supervision.

    Physical/Mental demands:

    • Combination of sitting, standing, bending, light lifting and walking.
    • Requires a full range of body motion including manual and finger dexterity and hand-eye coordination.
    • Requires corrected vision and hearing to a normal range.
    • Requires the ability to manage stressful situations.
    • Occasional stress from varying demands.
    • Multitasking/Prioritizing.

    Other Requirements:

    • HIPAA compliance is mandatory.
    • Medical terminology.
    • Support the clinic’s philosophy, goals, policies, and procedures.

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

  • 05/29/2024 1:21 PM | Marina Kemp (Administrator)

    posted 5.29.2024


    Organization: Willamette Falls Pediatric Group

    Location: Oregon City, OR 

    How to apply (contact name, phone number, email, mail resume…)*: Christina Grucella MD cgrucella@wfpeds.com (503)905-3400

    Education Requirement*: MD/DO/PNP

    Willamette Falls Pediatric Group is a small private practice near Portland, Oregon with two clinics, in Oregon City and Canby, Oregon. 

    Our four pediatricians are seeking a fifth to join our thriving practice. Our clinic culture strives for excellent care of our patients as a Patient Centered Medical Home, as well as honoring the balance of work and home life for all our staff. Our call frequency is 1:10, nursery call is optional.  Benefits include medical, dental, short/long term disability, life insurance, and 401K retirement fund.

    We are located 12 miles south of Portland in the beautiful Willamette Valley which lies between snow-capped mountains and the Pacific Ocean. An abundance of outdoor activities as well as proximity to a vibrant city known for is eccentricities and great culinary art make this area highly desirable!!

  • 05/29/2024 1:11 PM | Marina Kemp (Administrator)

    posted 5.29.2024

    Practice Administrator

    Organization: Prism Health

    Location: Portland, OR

    How to apply (contact name, phone number, email, mail resume…)*: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=167705&clientkey=DB9E831C38D9AC2CC60021C80714421C

    Practice Administrator

    Job Details

    Level Management Job Location

    Prism Health - Portland, OR Position Type

    Full Time Education Level 4 Year Degree Salary Range

    $120,000.00 Salary/year Travel Percentage

    Up to 50% Job Shift Day

    Prism Health is the only nonprofit LGBTQIA+ health center providing comprehensive primary care, behavioral healthcare, and pharmacy services in the Pacific Northwest (Oregon, Washington, and Idaho). Since opening its doors in 2017, Prism Health has become a model for culturally specific care and now serves over 1,500 patients with a wide range of services, from day-to-day primary care and pharmacy needs to targeted services like gender-affirming care and specialized population health screenings. Prism Health, Our House, Tod’s Corner and Esthers Pantry are all apart of CAP. To learn more about us please visit CAP, Prism

    Health and Our House.

    Prism Health a program of Cascade AIDS Project is excited to announce that we are hiring skilled and team-oriented Practice Administrator the Practice Administrator plans, organizes, coordinates, and directs all practice activities and initiatives at Prism Health’s two Portland, Oregon clinics. The Practice Administrator directly supervises the Front Office Supervisors, EHR Support Analysts, clinic Back Office Supervisors, Clinical Quality Specialist, and Billing

    and Coding Specialist. The Practice Administrator is integral to maintaining high practice

    productivity, fiscal growth, and organizational compliance with governing entities.

    This is a Full-Time role working at both Prism locations in SE and NE Portland The schedule for this role is Monday- Friday 9:00am-5:00pm

    Starting pay is $120,000 a year.

    Who You Are

    • Bachelor’s Degree in related field or equivalent education and experience.
    • Minimum five (5) years' experience in primary care operations management.
    • Prior experience in budgeting, purchasing, and payroll.
    • Experience with revenue cycle management, payor contracts, and diverse payment models.
    • Experience with high-volume ambulatory care patient flow.
    • Experience with electronic medical records (EMR) systems, preferably OCHIN Epic.

    What You’ll Do

    • Develops, maintains, and implements practice policies and procedures. A key leader of transformative changes to the care delivery model as it is adapted to the rapidly changing health care environment. Provides leadership on development and implementation of standards of practice.
    • Provides direct supervision of two (2) Front Office Supervisors, two (2) Back Office Supervisors, the EHR Support Analysts (ESA), the Clinical Quality Specialist, and the Billing & Coding Specialist, and assumes responsibility for all functions under the purview of those positions.
    • Provides agency leadership through full participation on the Executive Leadership Team, through involvement in agency-wide activities, and by acting as a role model for employees.
    • Ensures practice compliance with regulatory requirements.
    • Assumes responsibility for coordinating all clinical activities for clinical students, interns, and residents with the Medical Director. Works with Medical Director regarding student and resident issues.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    At Cascade AIDS Project, we believe in unlocking potential. If you believe you may have the skills to do a job, we encourage you to apply even if you don’t meet every qualification. one of us. Cascade AIDS Project is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Black, Indigenous, and all other People of Color (BIPOC), women, LGBTQ+ individuals, veterans, and people living with HIV or other disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

    Employee Benefits

    • Vacation & Health Leave
    • Retirement
    • Medical, Dental, & Vision
    • Life Insurance, Disability, & Family Leave

    For more details about our benefits please visit our careers page capnw.org/careers

  • 05/27/2024 10:59 AM | Marina Kemp (Administrator)

    posted 5.27.2024

    Clinic Director

    Organization: Family Medical Center

    Location: Walla Walla, WA

    How to apply (contact name, phone number, email, mail resume…)*: Apply Online: https://www.click2apply.net/jj7EzYfVZLxoKhz5gFlB76 

    Employment Duration: Full time
    Offer Relocation: Yes
    Exempt Status: Exempt
    ID: 13082

    Join the team at Family Medical Center in Walla Walla, Washington, as Clinic Director and take the lead in overseeing the operations of a busy clinic, ensuring excellence in patient care and satisfaction. Family Medical Center provides wraparound care for our community regardless of the patient's ability to pay. The clinic offers family medicine, pediatrics, dental, pharmacy, behavioral health, nutritional, and other services to help patients meet their health goals. The Clinic Director will work to drive operational efficiency, mentor and develop supervisors and staff, champion diversity and inclusion, ensure compliance with industry regulations, and uphold high practice management standards. The Director's impact will extend beyond the clinic as you collaborate with local healthcare leaders and contribute to the community's well-being while bringing your professional experience and perspective to the broader organizational leadership team.

    At YVFWC, our Clinic Directors are site-level business- and operational-minded administrator roles that require a strong interest and desire to oversee day-to-day clinic workflows while engaging with staff, providers, and patients daily. If you're a strategic thinker with a history of generating positive results and have experience in healthcare leadership, we invite you to apply and be an integral part of our mission to deliver exceptional care. Join us in making a positive difference in the communities we serve.

    Walla Walla is located among rolling farmlands and vineyards in southeast Washington. It has two 4-year colleges, a community college, and a renovated downtown shopping area with unique stores and restaurants. Plus, it's home to many outstanding wineries.

    What We Offer

    • ·         $10,000 hiring bonus in first paycheck, and $1,000 bonus at 12 months
    • ·         $94,000-$126,000 Compensation DOE with the ability to go higher for highly experienced candidates
    • ·         100% employer-paid health insurance including medical, dental, vision, Rx, 24/7 telemedicine
    • ·         Profit sharing & 403(b) retirement plans available
    • ·         Generous PTO, eight paid holidays, and much more!
    • ·         Relocation allowance is available; ask for more details!

    As a Clinic Director, you will have the opportunity to:

    • ·         Manage multiple service lines (medical, dental, pharmacy) with 45-100 FTEs, 25,000-65,000 encounters, and $7-16 million expense budget
    • ·         Supervise, mentor, and train staff, conduct performance evaluations, and address performance/behavior issues
    • ·         Recruit, select, and orient staff, promote an inclusive work environment, and support staff growth and development
    • ·         Oversee daily operations and clinical excellence while managing health plan quality metrics and patient satisfaction
    • ·         Lead operational improvement, ensure compliance, and collaborate with local healthcare leaders to optimize service delivery
    • ·         Manage budgets and service line workflows and drive continuous improvement initiatives
    • ·         Participate in community engagement and recommend service modifications as needed while ensuring operational compliance with regulations


    • ·         Education: Bachelor's Degree or higher in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, or related field
    • ·         Required Experience:
    • o   With a Bachelor's Degree, five or more years of supervisory or leadership experience in a healthcare environment.
    • o   With a Master's Degree, three or more years of supervisory experience in a healthcare environment.
    • ·         Professional Licenses/Certificates/Registration: Valid Driver's License and proof of automobile liability insurance coverage.
    • ·         Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
    • o   Knowledge of Washington and Oregon State Basic Health Plans. Knowledge of Community and Migrant Health Centers and primary healthcare services
       Ability to problem solve, prioritize, and communicate effectively
    • o   Proficient with Epic (or another patient information system), Microsoft Word, and Excel
    • o   Knowledge of medical and dental office operations is preferred

    About YVFWC

    We serve over 197,000 patients across 28 medical clinics, 15 dental clinics, 11 pharmacies, and 49 program sites in Washington State and Oregon. We are Level 3 Certified as a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). With integrated services including medical, dental, pharmacy, orthodontia, primary care nutritional counseling, autism screening, and primary care behavioral health, YVFWC's patient-centered model of care offers patients the full spectrum of care and shelter assistance, energy assistance, weatherization, HIV and AIDS counseling and testing, home visits, and four mobile medical/dental clinics.

    Our mission celebrates diversity. We are committed to equal-opportunity employment.

    Apply Here: https://www.click2apply.net/jj7EzYfVZLxoKhz5gFlB76

  • 05/22/2024 2:49 PM | Marina Kemp (Administrator)

    posted 5.22.2024

    Practice Administrator

    Organization: Pacific Sports & Spine

    Location: Eugene, Oregon

    How to apply (contact name, phone number, email, mail resume…)*: Email resume to:  Misty Osko misty@healtheps.com


    Pacific Sports & Spine EUGENE, OREGON

    A six-physician subspecialty private practice in Eugene is seeking a qualified Practice Administrator to provide leadership and management of our dynamic and successful clinic locations. We have achieved increasingly successful operations, and we have an excellent reputation in the local community. 

    We are seeking a professional who can assist with our plans for growth and expansion.  Master’s degree strongly preferred. 

    Only individuals with prior clinic administration experience will be considered for this position. We are looking for a dynamic personality who is well rounded in all areas of clinic operations including leadership, team building, financial reporting and management, revenue cycle management, staff management and development, patient care delivery systems, and regulatory compliance. The successful candidate will be well versed in finance and human resources and will be comfortable balancing business goals, risks and realities with the delivery of quality care to our patients.

    This is a great opportunity to work with a highly professional and personable organization that delivers fantastic care to our patients.

    If interested, please email your résumé with salary requirements to: misty@healtheps.com


       Location: Eugene, Oregon

       Compensation: Salary + incentive compensation = $100 – 150k / year

  • 05/22/2024 2:45 PM | Marina Kemp (Administrator)

    posted 5.22.2024

    Senior Director Regional Operations

    Organization: Lancaster Family Health Center at Lancaster

    Location: Salem, Oregon

    How to apply (contact name, phone number, email, mail resume…)*: Apply Online: https://www.click2apply.net/OLaZLxHDV5wVOIQpYf2DNe

    Employment Duration: Full time Offer Relocation: Yes Excempt Status: Exempt ID: 13059 Description: Join our team as a Senior Director Regional Operations at the Lancaster Family Health Center at Lancaster in Salem, OR, and be part of a healthcare organization that believes in making a difference beyond medical care! At Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic, we believe you are more than an employee, and we are more than a job! We value inclusivity, and we are a community committed to the well-being of our members. We've transformed into a leading community health center. With 40+ clinics across Washington and Oregon, we offer a wide range of services such as medical, dental, pharmacy, orthodontia, nutritional counseling, autism screening, and behavioral health. Our holistic model also extends assistance to shelter, energy, weatherization, HIV and AIDS counseling, home visits, and mobile medical/dental clinics. Explore our short clips, "WE (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQpeyPtgk9Y&t=27s )are Yakima" and "YVFWC - And then we grew," (https://youtu.be/eGzYxVaDe_o) for a glimpse into our dedication to our communities, health, and families. What We Offer • Salary $116,000 -$156,000 DOE with ability to go higher for highly experienced candidates.

    • $10,000 sign-on bonus in first paycheck; $1,000 bonus at 12 months.

    • 100% employer-paid health insurance for employees including Medical, Dental, Vision, Rx, 24/7 telemedicine; profit sharing, 403(b) retirement plan, generous paid time off, paid holidays, uniform allowance, and more.

    • Relocation allowance available. Essential Functions/Responsibilities/Duties • Manages three or more service line clinics/stores (medical, dental, pharmacy), with 100+ FTEs, 65,000 to 100,000 encounters, and an expense budget of $16-25 million. Increased clinic and service line scope impact the essential job functions as larger business operations lead to more complex and varied operating conditions.

    • Coaches, mentors and trains direct report staff. Provides continuous performance management and conducts employee performance evaluations. Addresses performance and/or behavior issues, clarifying expectations and providing feedback.

    • Supports staff growth and development. Assesses the educational and experience needs of all levels of staff in collaboration with the individual. Encourages staff to seek educational opportunities incorporating job related training in addition to mandatory training.

    • Participates in the recruitment and selection of staff. Provides orientation to outline job requirements and expectations, policies and procedures, and proper use of tools and equipment.

    • Creates and maintains an inclusive work environment that respects diverse ideas, backgrounds and styles. Supports diversity through the selection, management, and retention of diverse employees. Creates, drives and maintains an employee engagement culture.

    • Responsible for the patient experience in all service lines at sites and achieving organizational goals for Patient Satisfaction.

    • Responsible for achieving enrollment standards, patient quality metrics; patient access; and appropriate ED utilization as required by managed care organizations.

    • Manages all workflows at the site, including the clinic billing process for all applicable service lines within the site.

    • Exemplifies excellent customer relations with patients, visitors, and other employees. Addresses all patient complaints. Holds staff accountable for conformity to customer service policy and patient satisfaction.

    • Partners with local healthcare leaders to develop a coordinated delivery system within the communities serviced by the clinics.

    • Develops and maintains ties and/or networks in the local community for the purpose of promoting the mission of Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic (YVFWC).

    • Recommends the establishment, expansion, modification or elimination of services, based on an understanding of community need, organizational capability and financial viability.

    • Develops an annual encounter budget for all applicable service lines and is responsible for the achievement of the budget.

    • Contributes to the creation of the sites financial budget and manages variances for all controllable budget line items.

    • Develops and drives operational improvement and change management initiatives within the clinics. Leads the site leadership team in continuous improvement practices.

    • Ensures compliance with Joint Commission, Meaningful Use, National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), Uniform Data System (UDS) and local and state/federal regulations.

    • Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications

    • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, or similar.

    • Experience: Seven years' supervisory or leadership experience in a healthcare environment. Five years' supervisory experience is required with a Master’s Degree.

    • Professional Licenses/Certificates/Registration: Valid Driver’s License and proof of automobile liability insurance coverage.

    • Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Knowledge of Oregon State Basic Health Plans. Knowledge of Community and Migrant Health Centers and primary healthcare services. Ability to problem solve, prioritize, and communicate effectively. Proficient with Epic or other patient information system, Microsoft Word and Excel. Knowledge of medical and/or dental office operations preferred. Ability to speak Spanish preferred.

    Our mission celebrates diversity. We are committed to equal-opportunity employment.

    Contact us at jobs@yvfwc.org for more information about this opportunity! Apply Here: https://www.click2apply.net/OLaZLxHDV5wVOIQpYf2DNe 

  • 05/09/2024 12:41 PM | Marina Kemp (Administrator)

    posted 5.9.2024

    Medical Office Manager

    Organization: MyTeam Medical Staffing

    Location: Salem, Oregon

    Education Requirement*: BA in Healthcare Management, Business or Accounting

    How to apply (contact name, phone number, email, mail resume…)*: Paula Purdy

     971 803-6993

    Medical Office Manager

    Location: Salem, OR.

    Salary Range: $100K - 110K annually depending on experience

    MyTeam Medical Staffing seeks to fill a Medical Office Manager position for a Salem Oregon institution. Qualified Medical Office Manager will have over five (5) years’ experience managing the business including payroll, financial reporting, and more. Qualified Medical Office Manager will have basic accounting skills and Microsoft Suite.


    • Reports directly to the COO and helps with all matters related to daily group practice business office management operations. Works with the executive assistant to gain support in completing these tasks.
    • Communicates regularly and effectively with physicians, APPs, and physician owners. Communicates regularly and effectively with attorneys, accountants, billing vendors and other professional vendors as needed.
    • Communicates regularly with hospital leadership and other emergency department staff. Participates in formulation, articulation, and demonstration of the practice's vision, mission, and values with the ELT team (CEO, CMO, COO and CQO).
    • Ensures all aspects of daily operations run smoothly through effective management and oversight of the executive assistant in support of the Executive Leadership Team (ELT), Board of Directors (BOD), and all other leaders and providers within the institution.


    • At least 5 years' experience in similar role with a group practice. Outpatient experience highly preferred
    • Excellent time management
    • Superior analytical and organizational skills
    • Proven successful leadership abilities and is a team player
    • Excellent interpersonal communication skills - oral and written.
    • Professional demeanor and appearance
    • High degree of considerable judgment and discretion in completing assignments.


    • Bachelor's degree with preference for healthcare or business administration
    • MGMA CMPE or FACMPE desired
    • Basic accounting skills, GAP understanding and familiar with Quick Books Online (QBO)
    • Strong MS Office skills, especially Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point
    • Strong MS Office 365, SharePoint, Teams, One Drive

  • 05/07/2024 9:13 AM | Marina Kemp (Administrator)

    posted 5.7.2024

    Senior Contract Manager - Provider Contracting

    Organization: Northwest Permanente

    Location: Portland, Oregon

    Education Requirement: Bachelor's Degree

    How to apply (contact name, phone number, email, mail resume)

    Please submit an application - https://northwest.permanente.org/current-openings/11839/senior-contract-manager-provider-contracting-in-portland-metro-area

    Contact Recruiter, Marisa Walter - marisa.e.walter@kp.org with questions


    The Senior Contract Manager manages an assigned portfolio of contracted provider relationships in alignment with organizational objectives, accreditation requirements, federal and state laws and care delivery needs.  This is a hybrid position that is a blend of working both remotely and in office.

    Major Responsibilities / Essential Functions – 

    • Identifies outside medical care service needs and opportunities to complement Region’s overall care delivery.
    • Develops and maintains relationships with internal and external care providers. Participates in community relations activities to enhance the image and reputation of the organization.
    • Negotiates contracts that achieve cost reduction or other contract and relationship maximization. This includes facilities, individual and group medical practices, using a diverse range of techniques and contracting "best practices", to include RBRVS, DRG’s, per diems, case rates, value based and other industry standard payment methodologies.
    • Partners closely with care delivery, analytics, finance, sales and marketing, claims, utilization management, credentialing, member services, membership administration, benefits administration and medical group leadership to implement contracting options on time and within budget.
    • Negotiates key financial and operational terms with hospitals, physicians, practitioners, and ancillary providers in a manner consistent with market strategy utilizing approved contract templates, approved reimbursement methodologies, Kaiser Permanente clinical needs and standards, and applicable laws and regulations. Ensure negotiated terms are accurately and thoroughly documented in contractual agreements.
    • Develops and quantifies strategic options for network development and expansion including, identifying contract options and targeted providers, establishing short and long range contractual terms, developing pricing models across multiple facilities, service lines, service levels and programs, maximizing contract leverage and preparing reports on the cost of contracted services
    • Monitors contract performance to ensure compliance with contract terms and conditions. Collaborates with Care Delivery leaders in the ongoing clinical, operational, and business management of external provider relationships.
    • Coordinates implementation of new contracts as well as administration of existing contracts; work with Provider Relations to assure smooth transition from contracting to service activities.
    • Negotiates and facilitate resolution of complex care delivery, claims payment, utilization management, credentialing and/or other operational issues with provider.
    • Monitors external healthcare delivery marketplace and internal utilization trends. Assess new opportunities for cost savings, alternative delivery models and financial risk sharing.
    • Works with Legal, Regulatory and Compliance to assure that contract templates are compliant.
    • Coordinates with Provider and Quality Resource Management Department to ensure timely credentialing of all providers prior to contract being effective.
    • Coordinates with Provider Configuration to assure that all contracts are loaded accurately and in a timely manner and to avoid negative impact on claims performance due to retro contracts or inaccurate configuration.

    Minimum Qualifications - 

    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in business, finance, healthcare administration or related field.
    • Minimum of 5 years progressive responsibility and quantifiable results in network development and delivery system contract negotiations. Requires minimum 3-5 years of that experience to be in contracting for hospitals, health systems or other highly strategic contracting of equal complexity.
    • Strong influencer; demonstrated contributor to building and upholding a positive team culture.
    • Strong financial acumen – must possess extensive knowledge of hospital, physician, skilled nursing, and ancillary provider reimbursement models for commercial and government payers, including pay for performance models.
    • Minimum five years’ experience contracting for multiple managed care products including HMO, PPO, POS, EPO and multiple funding options including fully insured and self-funded plans.
    • Knowledge of network development, provider network clinical and business operations, provider relationship management, reimbursement analysis, contract performance analysis.
    • General knowledge of legislative and government activities and marketplace issues affecting the region preferred.
    • Comprehensive knowledge of Medicare and Medicaid payment methodologies, level of care pricing, and federal and state health care regulations.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of and skill in adaptability, change management, conflict resolution, customer service, decision making, influence, negotiations, interpersonal relations, oral and written communication, prioritization, problem solving, quality management, systems thinking, teamwork, time management, leadership, facilitation, and project management
    • Ability to negotiate cost effective contracts to meet operating budget targets even in an environment where KPNW may hold limited leverage, and provider relationships are challenged due to KPNW’s internalization and integrated care delivery strategies.
    • Ability to meet operating budget targets.

    Preferred Qualifications –

    • Master’s degree in business, finance, healthcare administration or a related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Minimum of 7 years progressive responsibility and quantifiable results in network development and delivery system negotiations.
    • Minimum of 7 years of experience contracting for multiple managed care products including HMO, PPO, POS, EPO and multiple funding options including fully insured and self-funded plans.
    • Minimum of 5 years progressively responsible management experience at Kaiser Permanente or an HMO/healthcare setting similar in size and complexity to Kaiser Permanente.
    • Extensive knowledge of network development, provider network operations, provider relationship management, reimbursement analysis, contract performance analysis required.
    • Comprehensive knowledge of legislative and government activities and marketplace issues affecting the region

    Join Our Medical Group
    Northwest Permanente is a self-governed, physician-led, multi-specialty group of 1,500 physicians, surgeons, and clinicians, caring for 630,000 members in Oregon and Southwest Washington. Kaiser Permanente is one of the nation's preeminent health care systems, a benchmark for comprehensive, integrated, value-based, and high-quality care.

    Equal Opportunity Employer
    At Northwest Permanente, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation, and related medical conditions), national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information (including characteristics and testing), military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Northwest Permanente believes that equity, inclusion, and diversity among our employees are critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.

  • 05/07/2024 9:13 AM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 5.7.2024

    Practice Administrator

    Organization: Retina Consultants, LLC

    Location: Salem, Oregon

    How to apply: Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter outlining their qualifications and experience to JWiltfong@salemretina.com.  Please include "Medical Clinic Administrator" in the subject line of your email or application.

    Overview: Join our team as a Practice Administrator and play a pivotal role in ensuring our clinic's smooth and efficient operation. We are seeking a dedicated and organized individual who is passionate about healthcare administration and committed to providing excellent service to our patients.

    About our Clinic: Retina Consultants, LLC, is an Ophthalmology practice formed in 1986, is a four-provider practice based in Salem, Oregon with three satellite clinics.


    • Oversee daily operations of the medical clinic, including staff management, scheduling, and patient flow.
    • Develop and implement administrative policies and procedures to optimize efficiency and quality of care.
    • Manage administrative staff, including hiring, training, and performance evaluation.
    • Coordinate with healthcare providers to ensure seamless delivery of patient care.
    • Monitor and maintain compliance with regulatory standards and guidelines.
    • Manage clinic finances, including budgeting, billing, and revenue cycle management, Accounts Payable, and Payroll.
    • Serve as a liaison between clinic staff, patients, and external stakeholders.
    • Continuously assess and improve clinic operations to enhance patient satisfaction and staff productivity.


    ·       Bachelor's degree in healthcare administration, business administration, or related field preferred.  Equivalent work experience will be considered.

    ·       Minimum of 3 years of experience in healthcare administration or medical practice management.

    ·       Strong leadership and interpersonal skills, with the ability to effectively manage a diverse team.

    ·       Excellent organizational and problem-solving abilities, with keen attention to detail.

    ·       Knowledge of healthcare regulations and compliance requirements.

    ·       Proficiency in healthcare management software and Microsoft Office suite and NextGen is preferred.

    ·       Knowledge of QuickBooks Financial Software is preferred.

    ·       Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal.

    ·       Commitment to providing high-quality patient care and fostering a positive work environment.


    • Competitive salary commensurate with experience.
    • Comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, and vision coverage.
    • Retirement savings plan.
    • Paid time off and holidays.

    We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our workforce. We encourage individuals from all backgrounds to apply.

<< First  < Prev   1   2   Next >  Last >> 

Contact us! main@omgma.com | (678) 523-5915 | P.O. Box 1468, Sandpoint, ID 83864

Copyright 2024, Oregon Medical Group Management Association