Current Open Positions
Practice Manager - Full Time
The Practice Manager position is responsible for providing oversight and guidance for the daily operations of our three clinical locations. This position will ensure that all clinics are operating at the highest quality standards, while meeting all internal, and external regulatory requirements. This position will lead by example ensuring a strong understanding of all clinical workflows by providing guidance and mentorship to all employees. This position will have been able to review and analyze operational barriers for their team, utilizing their knowledge of clinical operations, for developing improved procedures and processes.
The Practice Manager will work in close collaboration with the Human Resource Manager, Revenue Cycle Manager and Technology Manager for overlapping projects, processes, training, hiring, and performance evaluations ensuring the highest work standards are met.
Essential Job Responsibilities:
Administrative & Strategic Development:
Education & Experience:
Compensation: Competitive salary in commensurate with experience.
Benefits: Excellent benefits provided including paid time off, sick time off, holiday pay, medical/dental/vision, and retirement plan.
Candidates: Please submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Natalie Cui: email@example.com.
Practice Administrator - OB/GYN - Full Time
How to apply: Send resumé to firstname.lastname@example.org
Large, established OB/GYN group seeks experienced Practice Administrator to partner with physician leadership to effectively lead and direct all operations. Our practice is a long-standing OB/GYN group with multiple locations in the Portland area. Our board certified physicians are committed to providing high quality patient centered care.
Job Title: Practice Administrator
Reports to: Board of Directors
Supervises: Administrative office managers and all non-physician clinical and non-clinical personnel and departments.
Job Summary: The Practice Administrator will report to the Managing Partner 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, interpretation and administration of 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.
Education: Graduate degree in health care administration or business administration, FACMPE (MGMA) preferred. Bachelor’s degree required.
Experience: Seven years of executive-level experience, including five years of experience in health care administration. OB/GYN and Athena Clinicals experience strongly preferred. 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, résumé and salary requirements to Misty Osko: email@example.com@healtheps.com
Practice Administrator - Full Time
How to apply: email resume with salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org
Large, established single specialty group seeks experienced Practice Administrator to partner with physician leadership to effectively lead and direct all operations in 3 locations. Our board certified physicians are committed to providing high quality patient centered care.
Reports to: Board of Directors via Managing Partners
Job Summary: The Practice Administrator will report to the managing 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, interpretation and administration of 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.
Education: Graduate degree in health care administration or business administration, FACMPE (MGMA) preferred.
Experience: Five years of executive-level experience, including experience in health care administration. Multi-site management experience preferred.
Compensation: Competitive salary and excellent benefits package commensurate with experience – range of $90,000 – 150,000 per year.
Candidates: Please submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Misty Osko: email@example.com
Job Type: Full-time
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The Clinic Administrator of the Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center of Oregon LLC (OSM) primary responsibilities, while some delegated ultimately responsible for, include but are not limited to;
- Managing the Day to Day Operations of the Clinic
- Maintain Financial Health of the Clinic
- Maintain a Positive Culture of the Team
- Manage Human Resources & Benefits with Strong Knowledge of Employment Law
- Competent Knowledge of Federal, State and Local Regulations and Laws
- Competent Knowledge of Healthcare Industry Regulations as directed under CMS, OIG, Stark, OSHA and HIPAA
- Revenue Cycle Management
- Coding and Fraud & Abuse
The responsibility requires a high level of executive expertise and competence in the Healthcare industry, continued education to further knowledge and understanding of the ever changing landscape, regulations, and laws that govern the healthcare industry. Active participation in strategic future planning. Preparation and implementation of such plans to promote longevity and stability of OSM.
This position reports directly to and expects communication and direction from the Managing Partner and Board of Directors (owners) of OSM.
Day to Day Operations of the Clinic including Satellite Clinics; Oversee the department coordinators who support the team members with appropriate orientation and training of clinic/company expectations. Oversee and assist with staffing needs and assignments including the Physician Assistants schedules. Assess and provide the appropriate need/requests of office furniture, technology and hardware. Assist with efficient work flow. Ensure well-functioning WiFi, internet, computers, printers and phone system services.
Financial responsibility; monthly financial reconciliation of general accounting and practice management systems, reporting of profit and loss details to the owners of OSM. Preparation of overhead allocation by provider worksheet. Management of Accounts payables, identification and reconciliation of invoices, preparation of checks for payment and mailing of payments to vendors in a timely fashion. Utilization of appropriate chart of accounts, currently utilizing MGMA recommended, when recording of revenue and expenses, thorough understanding of such categories to maintain continuity of reports. Active management of Bank accounts to ensure positive balances at all times. Cash flow management; prediction of upcoming revenue to meet expenses. Communication with and submission of all necessary financial reports and copy of accounting software to CPA for tax reporting purposes, currently on an annual basis for accurate tax reporting. Active benchmarking to track market level of revenue and overhead.
Human Resource Management; Identify staffing needs and provide best effort toward maintaining "right sized" staff teams. Hiring and termination, as necessary, staff of OSM. High level knowledge of all employment laws whether federal, state, and/or local. Promote positive team culture which includes mutual respect among the teams, our patients, and business partners such as vendors and/or affiliates. Conflict resolution. Monitor and negotiate employee benefits such as medical, dental, disability, and like policies. Retirement plan administration in collaboration with TPA. Provide support to Department Coordinators to ensure staff teams are trained and property orientated to the company goals and standards along with job duties with regular evaluation of performance. Organization and/or assistance with regular department and whole clinic meetings.
Technology and Equipment; knowledge with complete and thorough understanding of network structure, PM/EMR software including managing updates and required maintenance. Direction of and regular communication with IT support company is required, full reliance on IT company is not adequate, negotiation of said services pertinent. Understanding of other application services and software used in clinic; accounting, payroll, internal imaging equipment at all sites, PACS whether internal or external, facility access and the like. Maintain an active awareness of emerging technologies and services for efficiencies, identify and perform thorough vetting of such new technology updates and changes or purchases. Present recommendations to Managing Partner and Board of Directors. Negotiate approved purchases, updates/changes and manage implementation of the technology or equipment. Arrange/coordinate training and provide necessary support contact for affected staff. Negotiate and maintain maintenance agreement contracts for such technology and equipment.
Payer contracting negotiation; Maintain competitive fee schedule for the practice with the understanding of all components determining such. Review and negotiate new payer contracts - monitor the agreement for compliance and necessary changes such as increased reimbursement of services or administrative burdens associated. Ability to determine contract changes will benefit practice. Strive to stay apprised of (with understanding of) emerging payment methodologies. Discuss and negotiate possible payment methodologies with Annual or bi-annual review and possible negotiations performed.
Revenue Cycle Management; Oversee the Business office coordinator utilizing key performance indicators such as days in AR, collection/net collection, days in AR trending, monitoring AR balance and Outstanding claims. Routine spot checking of adjustments made on/to claims. Knowledge and understanding of CPT, ICD 9 & 10 coding as well as E/M documentation guidelines.
Our successful candidate shall hold a BA, MHA or MBA and have a minimum of five years healthcare management. Experience in orthopedic surgery is a plus. Competitive salary and benefits offered.
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