Career Corner

Welcome to Maryland MGMA's Job Board.  All jobs will be posted for 30 days.  There is no fee for Maryland MGMA members to post a job on behalf of their company.  The fee for non-members inclusive of recruiters and staffing agencies to post for 30 days is $150.00. For Maryland MGMA Members: E-mail the placement notice in MS Word to info@marylandmgma.com. Please be sure to include all necessary information. For Non-Members: Please visit this link to purchase your job posting online. Then email the posting as a Word attachment to info@marylandmgma.com. We will confirm when it is live on our site. The notice will not be posted until payment is received and processed.

 

Practice Administrator (10/17/17)

Our client, an Internal Medicine practice in Baltimore has an excellent opportunity for an experienced leader to oversee their practice

Responsibilities Include: 

  • Budget Management
  • Hiring, supervision, evaluation of personnel
  • Work effectively with the provider team
  • Provide optimal customer service 

At least 5-6 years of experience needed

Master’s Degree Required 

Relocation allowance and a competitive compensation package are available to qualified candidates. 

For additional details, please forward your resume in confidence to: medpracticecareers@gmail.com

 

Practice Administrator (10/12/17)

An experienced practice administrator is needed to oversee several single specialty centers in the Maryland & Northern Virginia area.

You will be responsible for the day to day operations of each of the centers to include but not limited to:

  • Supervision, motivating, and training both existing and new staff
  • Involvement in the budgeting process, financial analysis, and help with future projections
  • Involvement with practice expansion throughout the region
  • Implementation of policies and procedures within the practice
  • Oversite of expenses related to procurement of practice supplies, equipment, and vendor relations
  • Involvement in the medical billing process, coding, and revenue cycle

REQUIREMENTS

  • Minimum of 5 years of practice management
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Excellent verbal and communication skills
  • Knowledge of state regulations, HIPAA, and OSHA

Excellent compensation package to include health, dental, and 401K match.

For additional details regarding this opportunity, please contact Joe Feldman at 410-486-2211.

Group Practice Administrator (10/9/17)

Growing, 50+ doctor group with practices in Maryland, DC, Pennsylvania, and Virginia is seeking a Group Physician Administrator (GPA) to oversee the central business office. We are focused on patient-centered quality care, and are committed to continuing our mission of providing high quality, comprehensive service to our patients as the organization continues to grow.

The GPA will report directly to the CEO and will have direct responsibility for successful management of the Central Business Office, including supervision of the billing, HR, accounting, compliance and marketing teams and staff.

Qualifications: Previous leadership experience with a strong track record of success in a growth-oriented healthcare environment. Must have relevant experience supervising at least 12 people. Strong data analysis, relationship building skills, medical billing knowledge and communication skills required. Bachelor's degree required.

We have some exciting opportunities on the horizon. If you want to be a key part of a winning team, you have the required skills, and you are excited to grow with us, we look forward to reading your resume​. ​

Please send your resume with a cover letter and salary requirements to recruiting@footandankle-usa.com. EOE.

Nurse Administrator/Lab Manager (10/9/17)

This position offers a unique opportunity for a health services administrator to work in a supportive environment with the top notch staff and outstanding physicians of Park Medical Associates!

JOB SUMMARY:  In this leadership role, the Administrator promotes collaboration among all members of the lab team and directly supervises five medical assistants and one receptionist/accessioner.  The Administrator facilitates patient care delivery and timeliness of service, prevents and/or resolves conflict and overall, provides for an optimal patient care and work environment.  Park Medical Laboratory is an Independent Laboratory integrated within Park Medical Associates, a private 15-doctor multi-specialty medical practice.  This position works with the Lab Technical Supervisor, the Office Manager and the Administrative Director to form the practice management team.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Professional, dedicated, patient, tactful, positive person with leadership and people skills
  2. Strong computer skills
  3. Education – Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or Health Administration preferred
  4. Experience – 2 or more years of administrative, management and/or supervisory experience in a health-related field

PRIMARY JOB TASKS:

  1. Supervise, mentor and monitor productivity of the medical assistants whose duties include the following – phlebotomy, injections, vaccines, allergy shots, EKG’s, spirometry, glucose monitor instruction
  2. Establish lab policies and procedures; monitor their implementation and effectiveness
  3. IT trouble shooting for the lab information system and lab-related issues in the electronic health record; install lab programs on the doctors’ PCs
  4. Resolve patient customer service and billing complaints
  5. Research esoteric LabCorp tests and assist with coding
  6. Order supplies (including glucose meters) based on inventories performed by lab staff; code invoices.
  7. Miscellaneous tasks such as suture removal and instruction for Lovenox injections

HOURS:    Monday through Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

BENEFITS (full-time employees):

  1. Generous paid time off
  2. Medical insurance
  3. Life and long-term disability insurance
  4. Long-term care insurance
  5. 401K/profit sharing plan with company contribution
  6. Flexible spending account

VOLUNTARY BENEFITS:

  1. Supplemental life and short-term disability insurance
  2. Cancer, accident, vision, etc. insurance through AFLAC 

Please email resumes to sfinkel@jhmi.edu

Practice Manager (10/3/2017)

Rheumatology Associates of Baltimore is a highly respected and progressive medical practice that is seeking a strong practice manager.  The practice manager is responsible for day to day operational management and oversight.  The position entails working with medical professionals and staff in developing and achieving strategies for exemplary patient care in a fast-paced environment.  Areas of necessary expertise include revenue cycle oversight and analysis, financial analysis, proficiency with information systems, human resources, and regulatory compliance.  

The ability to build working relationships, trust, and communication among physicians and staff is critical.  This is achieved through regular operational meetings with both physicians and staff.   The practice manager is responsible to initiate office and personnel performance improvement initiatives, develop policies, procedures and work flow analysis.  

This position requires an ability to interpret and apply regulatory rules to assure practice compliance.  

Key qualifications for the position include:

•             Bachelor’s degree
•             5 years of progressive management experience in a healthcare environment
•             Ability to function independently
•             Excellent communication skills
•             Strong HR management experience
•             The ability to pay attention to detail while multi-tasking in a fast-paced environment
•             Exemplary patient and customer relation skills
•             Proficiency in computer systems and basic IT support

Rheumatology Associates of Baltimore is an equal opportunity employer.  This position offers a competitive salary and benefits.  Interested candidates should submit resumes to Ann Marslett at amarslett@rheumatology-associates.com.   

 

Practice Manager (9/18/2017)

Annapolis, MD - Full-Time

General Summary of Duties: To represent the practice in a professional, mature manner while coordinating and overseeing its function, promoting quality patient care, and maintaining a good rapport among patients, physicians, and staff. Supervises front office, back office, and other staff. Knowledge of health care administration practices. Skill in planning, organizing, delegating, supervising, and gathering and interpreting data. Skill in verbal and written communication. Skill in researching, preparing, and presenting comprehensive reports. Working knowledge of medical coding and insurances. Ability to take initiative and to exercise independent judgment, decision-making and problem-solving expertise. Ability to work effectively with staff, patients, public, and external agencies.

Duties: Work with Administration to help establish/implement goals, objectives, policies, procedures, and systems for the site. Oversee utilization of the EMR system at the site, and possess a working knowledge of the EMR and PM systems. Participate in the development and implementation of practice budgets; and monitor and control practice expenses within the established budget. Oversee the patient billing process and have a working knowledge of CPT-4 and ICD-10 coding. Prepare daily bank receipts and deposits. Verify and sign off on close of day receipts and deposits and submit to Finance. Select, train/orient, and supervise office staff. Responsible for staff work assignments and daily actions. Conduct regular meetings with office staff, providers, and Clinical Director. Ensure compliance with OSHA, HIPAA, fire safety, and lab regulations and standards.

Education: Degree in Business or Health Administration or equivalent experience.

Experience: Five years of business management experience, including three years managing a clinic. A thorough understanding of medical office management and procedures is required.

Compensation: Competitive and based on experience

Please email resumes to dbohonek@biz-med.com
www.MPCP.com