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The Primary Care Division of Children’s National Health System, Children’s National Pediatricians and Associates (CNPA) is actively seeking a Project Associate to join our dynamic team.
The Project Associate will coordinate programmatic, administrative and supportive services, with CNPA leadership, the support team and individual practices. Must work and think independently, be self-motivated and be able to integrate activities with those of the larger team. The individual will be involved in activities to improve the CNPA practices' health care quality at the community, practice and provider levels.
Experience and Education Required
Apply to/at: https://childrensnational.org/careers-and-training/opportunities Job Number: 2100010I
The role of the primary care pediatric nurse practitioner at Pavilion Pediatrics is to provide care to children from birth through young-adulthood with an in-depth knowledge of and experience in pediatric primary care. Expertise in well child care as well as the prevention and management of common pediatric acute illnesses and chronic conditions as needed. This care is provided to support the health of children within the context of their family, community, and environmental setting.
Applicants apply to: email@example.com
Mid-Maryland Musculoskeletal Institute ( MMI ), a division of the Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics, one of the nation’s largest privately held orthopaedic practices, is seeking a COO.
Ideal candidate is a seasoned healthcare executive who has a track record of leadership, organization development, management and planning and must be capable of immediately stepping in to manage one of the regions premier orthopaedic groups. The MMI division of CAO, a regional musculoskeletal practice, provides orthopaedic, PM&R, rheumatology, OT and PT care. Responsibilities are broad and include management of all non-clinical areas of the diverse medical and surgical practice including, finance, HR, RCM, operations, administration, practice development and strategic planning.
Individual reports to the President and Governing Board and participates in the design of, and is directly responsible for, implementing the mission and vision of both the division and the larger corporate entity.
This key executive will provide corporate leadership and direction. Must have an intimate understanding of payers and payer relationships, including commercial, governmental and workers compensation. Successful candidate will have knowledge of, and experience with EHR implementation, and be proficient in organizing a highly functional work team, delegating while managing multiple details and projects simultaneously. Experience in regulatory compliance is a must. Only high achievers need apply. The group intends to fill this position with an experienced healthcare executive who can manage the enterprise into the next phase of growth and development.
Education, Training and Experience:
• MBA or MHA
• Minimum ten (10) years of progressive experience in the healthcare environment
• Certificate/License: FACMPE and/or FACHE optional but preferred.
Compensation Package Includes:
• Competitive Salary
• Incentive bonus plan
• Company Paid Benefits
o Health Insurance o Life Insurance
o Disability Insurance
• Holiday Pay
• 401K Plan
Interested parties please contact current COO:
Quinten M. Davis