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CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

A medical practice located in the Annapolis, MD area is currently looking to employ an experienced healthcare leader to oversee the continued growth of their organization.

The Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) will be responsible for all administrative aspects of the practice:

  • Ensure that the Practice goals and the goals of the Board and individual Providers are met.
  • Provide the Physicians/Board with data necessary to formulate policy.
  • Implement general policy statements provided by the Physicians/Board.
  • Collaborate with the Physicians/Board to implement organizational strategic plans, policies, and procedures. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in Healthcare or Business Management.
  • 10 to 15 years progressive experience in Physician Practice Management, Financial Oversight, Organizational Governance, Strategic Planning, Process Improvement.
  • Human Resources/Benefits Administration experience with the ability to manage both Clinical and Administrative staff.
  • Proficient in EMR and Practice Management Software, Microsoft Office, and IT troubleshooting.
  • Background in Risk Management, Compliance and Billing/Coding/Collections Oversight.
  • Strong negotiation skills in Hospital, Payer and Vendor settings.

For more information – contact Joe Feldman @ 443-515-0228

Posted 7-20-2020


ER Client Performance, Emergency Room Performance Team

Job Title: ER Client Performance
Department: Management

Report to: Alan Morales (Clipper)

I. Purpose and Scope

Under the general direction of the Client Service, this position participates in the development, enhancement, integration, integrity and support of the operation of Emergency Room billing and services to support client operations and business activities and provides internal support to implement new business, manage existing business, evaluate the billing operations to determine and implement solutions, work special projects and meet client’s needs and expectations. This individual is defined as a leader in the organization who is always considering improving performance, process and developing efficiency.

II. Essential Functions and Responsibilities

Client Performance: Oversee and streamline Emergency Room billing procedures and collection processes. Monitor AR performance measured by cash collections and DOB. Works with internal employees, global, and technological resources to resolve issues and improve overall client performance through efficient standard processes.

Internal Performance: Implement the day-to-day billing operations, policies and procedures of Emergency Room services. Conduct routine meetings internally in order to provide a better understanding of Emergency Room billing and answer questions regarding billing issues. Document billing procedure requirements. Prepare and participate in EOM meetings as needed.

Special Projects: Participates as needed with special projects requested by clients or Client Service.

Billing Management: Assist in standardizing methods on how work will be accomplished, implementation of changes in our system, preparation of financial and/or statistical reports. Plan and implement quality assurance for all processes. Set-up and maintain on-going assistance, support and updates.

A/R Management: Analysis of A/R for assigned clients, identify areas of concern. Oversee implementation plans by communicating with insurance Provider Liaison and/or Medusind’s Audit & Resolution Representatives to have any potential areas of concern corrected in a timely manner to eliminate or minimize negative impact to the clients and Medusind.

Staffing: Provide mentoring and training on all aspects of Emergency Room billing. Provides ongoing feedback and training as needed for Audit & Resolution Representatives and Reimbursement Analysts. Ensure that policies, standards and procedures are followed and understood. Responsible for team meetings and associate support.

Industry Updates: Closely follow new regulations and laws affecting medical billing and coding. Keep teams abreast of industry news and changes, especially those that may impact reimbursement.

III. Other Duties And Responsibilities

  • Prepare technical, informative and/or operational reports as required
  • Represents Medusind at client meetings, payers and regulatory agencies, as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

IV: Job Qualifications

  • Minimum five years related industry experience (medical claims, medical billing or medical management)

  • Strong conceptual understanding of the billing and collection processes Outstanding analytical, research and problem solving skills
  • Strong technical writing skills and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to interact knowledgeably with clients
  • Ability to work effectively with and support the needs of the Client Service Managers, Clients, Staff and Vendors
  • Detail-oriented and highly organized
  • Must be a self-starter and able to work independently
  • Strong experience with MS Office suite of products such as Word, Excel, Power Point
  • Facilitation skills to conduct internal/external personnel and client meetings, respectively
  • Project management skills preferred
  • Conveys a positive image of Medusind
  • Adheres to all Medusind policies and procedures
  • Acts professionally and appropriately in any situation
  • Demonstrates commitment to advancement through pursuit of training and advanced education
  • Consistently demonstrates strong moral character and honesty

V. Physical Demands

  • Ability to operate a personal computer
  • Ability to lift and move boxes containing paper and files
  • Ability to adapt to changes in deadlines and changes in the nature of assignments easily
VI. Working Conditions and Environment
  • Normal business hours with additional hours as required for meeting business deadlines
  • Occasional overnight travel may be required Standard business environment

Apply to: Diane Adams, Corporate Administrator [email protected]

Posted: 7-16-2020


Registered Nurse Manager (Infusion) 

We are a busy infusion center in Annapolis Maryland looking for an experienced Infusion Nurse Manager with a strong commitment to providing compassionate excellent care to patients and  focus on growing our infusion center. We offer flexibility, high pay with additional benefits.  Come join our growing team!

Job Duties:
• Administer care to patients based upon a specific Plan of Care.
• Provide those services requiring substantial and specialized nursing skill.
• Assure proper maintenance of clinical records in compliance with local, state and federal laws.
• Counsel both the client and family in meeting nursing and related needs.

Benefits:
• Competitive hourly wages.
• Work according to your own schedule, weekdays, weekends, and overnights available.
• 401k  and Profit Sharing with company match
• Paid time off.
• Supplemental benefits including Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, and Short Term Disability

Requirements:
• Current and unrestricted RN license.
• Reliable car / auto insurance.
• Clean background and criminal record.
• Clinical experience of at least 5 years and 2 years in a Manager or Charge Nurse role

Apply to/at:  Kim Williams [email protected]

Posted 7-16-2020


Chief Operating Officer - Woodholme Gastroenterology Associates

Requirements:
• Masters in Health Care Administration (or similar)
• Ten years executive experience in health administration.
• Strong operational and financial management skills.
• Knowledgeable in ambulatory surgery service line including professional, anesthesia and pathology.

Summary of duties:

BUSINESS OPERATIONS:
• Develops and establishes operational policies and procedures consistent with organizational objectives.
• Assures patient flow meets the standards of care and quality of the group.
• Coordinates provider schedules for office, endo and hospital coverage to ensure continuity of care and coverage obligations.

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:
• Evaluates monthly statistical and financial reporting of key operation indicators.
• Gathers and analyzes information. Develops new procedures to improve the quality and quantity of work processed.
• Identifies opportunities for revenue enhancements.

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT:
• Monitors human resources policies and procedures and develop changes as needed.
• Understanding of compensation plans.
• Oversees the recruitment, interviewing, hiring and discharge of clerical and clinical personnel.

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT:
• Develops and manages a technology plan including computer systems, internet strategies and telecommunications.
• Manage medical information systems including electronic medical records and health care related document storage.

MARKETING AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS:
• Develops and implements a marketing plan including web page design and social media promotions.

ORGANIZATIONAL GOVERANCE:
• Facilitate appropriate corporate legal structure for the organization.

RISK MANAGEMENT:
• Oversees security and risk management. Functions as Chief Security Officer.

Apply to: [email protected]

Posted: 6/29/2020


PCCAB Practice Manager- Bel Air, MD

Pulmonary and Critical Care Associates of Baltimore (PCCAB) provides high quality care to patients affected by pulmonary disease, sleep related disorders and life threatening critical illness. We are recognized as the regional leader in our specialty. We stress compassion, ethics, and professionalism in our clinical and business practices.

PCCAB is seeking a dynamic practice manager to represent the medical practice in a professional, mature manner while coordinating and overseeing the overall operation and administrative performance.  Promoting quality patient care and maintaining a good rapport among patients, physicians, and staff in our busy Bel Air Clinic is essential. As the leader, the practice manager is responsible for supervising and coordinating staff to assure timely and efficient support is provided to the patients, physicians, staff, vendors and management.

Essential Job Duties:

  • Supervises, motivates and develops clerical staff; manages staff schedules and workflow.
  • Responsible for staff human resource planning including hiring, firing, training, supervision, and evaluating personnel and their work;
  • Manages customer service ensuring positive patient/vendor/coworker experience.
  • Assists patients, referring physicians, staff to resolve patient related issues.
  • Triages patient calls and medical issues when appropriate.
  • Manages practice schedule utilizing scheduling systems.
  • Supervises daily cash balancing/reporting and submission of patient billing to the Billing Department.
  • Responsible for developing knowledge of practice management program and training staff as appropriate on application usage and features.
  • Responsible for maintaining a current, accurate medical record system.
  • Indirectly supervises Advanced Practitioners, PFT staff and sleep staff as appropriate.
  • Understands laws of HIPAA.
  • Approve bi-weekly payroll for all practice employees. Approve all expenditures and ordering of supplies according to PCCAB policies.

Educational/Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree, preferably in business administration, healthcare administration or human resource management.
  • Five years of management experience preferably in managing a private physician practice.
  • Direct management of a minimum of five or more staff members.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of medical office processes/terminology.
  • Ability to take initiative and to exercise independent judgement, decision-making and problem-solving.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to effectively communicate with people at all levels and from various backgrounds.
  • Exercises professional judgement and accepts responsibility for decisions, consequences and results impacting staff, and quality of service.

PCCAB provides a comprehensive benefit package.

Interested candidates please send a cover letter and resume to Jennifer Pemberton at: [email protected].