Virginia MGMA Career Center

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(8/1919) CEO (Richmond)
Virginia Ear, Nose & Throat, with Virginia ENT Surgery Center, is recruiting for an experienced, energetic senior manager to assume the role of Chief Executive Officer. Virginia ENT has 4 clinical offices, a 2-room AAAHC accredited surgery center and 2 IAC accredited CT scanners. The practice has 12 physicians, a nurse practitioner, 11 audiologists, 3 physical therapists and 2 PT assistants to provide comprehensive ENT, audiology, allergy, balance and other services to patients.
Qualified candidates will have a strong financial acumen (knowledge of Quickbooks is highly desirable) and data analysis skills, an in depth understanding of IT networks, excellent critical thinking skills and experience with operations and strategic planning.
Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:
• Managing the fiscal environment for the PC, the Surgery Center and the LLC;
• Monitoring and negotiating insurance contracts in relation to the practice and the surgery center;
• Managing the IT/Data Network, with vendor partners, including a VoIP phone system, on site servers,
   and Allscripts EMR and Practice Management;
• Overseeing all operational and human resource issues;
• Working collaboratively with Board of Directors on all Governance issues related to the 3
    organizational entities
Qualifications: The requirements listed below are representative of the experience, knowledge, and skills required for the position.
• Masters degree in Health Administration, Business Administration or a related
     field or equivalent training and experience
• At least five (5) years of experience in senior level management in a healthcare setting,
     preferably in a medical practice, preferably with a surgery center
• At least three (3) years of experience in financial management
• Experience with data analysis, credentialing, strategic planning and quality
     improvement
• Understanding of MIPS
• Proficient with Excel, Powerpoint, Word, and QuickBooks
Virginia ENT has an excellent benefit package including health/dental/STD/LTD/life insurance and a defined benefit and defined contribution (401(k)) Profit Sharing) retirement plan.
To learn more about Virginia ENT visit our website at www.virginiaent.com.
Interested, qualified candidates should submit their resumes to [email protected]

(7/12/19) Administrative Operations Manager Insight Imagining (Arlington/Fairfax/Woodbridge)
As the Administrative Operations Manager for Insight Imaging in Virginia, you will be responsible for all of the administrative aspects of running our Arlington, Fairfax, and Woodbridge outpatient imaging centers. Operational responsibilities include planning, staff management, budget management, working closely with all partners, maintaining relationships with referring groups, and on-going customer service functions. This position is also responsible for meeting the quality and operational goals (i.e., efficiency, productivity, costs) for the market.
Through our collection of partnerships, we deliver our trademark customer service and high-quality services to enhance patient care in more than 35 states, offering a wide range of screening, diagnostic and interventional procedures that complement each community's needs. In this role you will play a pivotal role in our continued growth in Virginia.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
(40%) Center Operations
•    Maintains productive relationships with center's customer base in defined market through delivery
     of extraordinary customer service.
•    Provides ongoing and timely communication to management and staff regarding center
     performance, staff performance, events, issues, etc.
•    Partners with Manager, Technical Operations to ensure profitable growth and increased market share
     for the market.
•    Evaluates current processes and recommends changes within the center to ensure the effective
     fulfillment of objectives.
•    Remains visible at centers and has an understanding of a center's morale and workload.
(30%) Staff Management
•    Oversees and assists in training of new associates and supervisors, providing resource
      and technical expertise.
•    Manages staff performance evaluations, compensation recommendations and development
     of associates including performance improvement plans, disciplinary actions and/or termination
     of associates.
•    Leads regular staff meetings and employee one-on-one discussions.
(25%) Center Planning
•    Plans, organizes, develops, implements and interprets the programs, goals, objectives, policies
     and procedures, etc. necessary for providing quality care and maintaining a sound operation.
•    Develops and manages budget for the administrative operations, making responsible financial
     decisions for the center.
•    Monitors performance and profitability of services offered.
(5%) Completes additional tasks and projects as assigned.
Required:
•    Associate's degree or equivalent experience.
•    5 years of related medical experience, preferably in out-patient radiology imaging.
•    Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
•    Valid driver's license and proof of current insurance.
•    3+ years of proven management experience.
Preferred:
•    Bachelor's degree in a related field.
Be a part of something bigger -- join our team in transforming lives through remarkable service. Insight Imaging is a part of CDI's national provider network of medical imaging and related services. Through our collection of partnerships, we deliver our trademark customer service and high-quality services to enhance patient care in more than 35 states, offering a wide range of screening, diagnostic and interventional procedures that complement each community's needs. Insight is an EO Employer/Vets/Disabled. Contact Zack Osgood at [email protected]

(6/19/19) CEO (Richmond)Pulmonary Associates of Richmond, Inc. is one of the nation’s largest private pulmonary practices, with 32 physicians, 20 APCs and around 150 employees.  PAR has five outpatient facilities in the greater Richmond area and supports eight local hospitals. PAR is committed to providing quality pulmonary and sleep medicine in the central Virginia region and is seeking a Chief Executive Officer to lead the group in its continued growth.  The CEO duties will include but are not limited to:
1.    Provide strategic leadership and oversight to all facets of the practice including Clinical Operations,
         Business Services, Finance, Human Resources, Marketing and Compliance.   

2.    Plan, develop and facilitate the strategic planning process. 
3.    Provide leadership to the Board of Directors in developing an effective strategic plan.
4.    Recommend, develop and implement short- and long-term strategic goals and objectives in support
          of the strategic plan. 

5.    Measures company wide performance against target goals and objectives and provides regular
          status reports to the Board of Directors. 

6.    Examine, develop, and recommend new business opportunities, partnerships and strategic alliances
           in support of the strategic plan and short / long term objectives.

7.    Inform Board of Directors of current trends and problems to facilitate policy making.
8.    Serve as liaison and channel of communication between the Board of Directors and directors and
          managers.  

9.    Select, motivate and lead key administrative personnel, including Director of Operations, Director of
         Finance, Director of Sleep Services, Assistant Director of Sleep Services, Director of Billing,
         Director of Research, Marketing Coordinator, and Human Resource Director.  Provide direction
         and guidance in day to day administrative matters.  

10.    Oversee efforts of administrative staff in the recruitment, development and performance
           evaluations of employees.

11.    Delegate authority and responsibility to management team members.  Develops improved
           management techniques and practices. Meets with management team each month for
           updates and provides educational in-services.

12.    Manage contracts with all third-party payers, negotiates maximum reimbursement rates and other
           favorable contractual terms in conjunction with Billing Director.

13.    Manage and negotiate all professional service contracts, office leases and major equipment
           acquisitions.

14.    Serve as primary communications liaison with all hospital CEOs.
15.    Build effective working relationships with other practice administrators, professional
            organizations, payer representatives, and vendors to ensure professional image of
            practice in community.

16.    In collaboration with the Board of Directors, constructs and oversees a system of governance;
            continually evaluate effectiveness of bylaws, policies and political dynamics.

17.    Ensures practice compliance with all regulatory agencies governing health care delivery.
            Continually monitor operations, programs, and physical properties and initiates
            appropriate changes.

18.    Exercise due diligence in all activities by reviewing, analyzing and consulting appropriate resources
            to diminish risk.  

19.    Take all necessary and responsible precautions to protect the practice’s money and property
            against loss or waste through negligence or dishonesty.

20.    Respond to all reports of inappropriate conduct with corrective solutions to protect patients,
            employees, and the practice.

21.    Resolve conflicts with internal and external parties by addressing complaints within established
            grievance procedures and organization’s legal structure to avoid litigation. 

22.    Develop effective marketing plan in support of practice’s strategic plan and short / long term
            objectives in conjunction with the Marketing Coordinator.

23.    Monitor overall clinical and business image of practice, report to Board of Directors areas to
            be addressed and provide solutions for resolution.

24.    Manages real-estate acquisitions, leases, and LLCs for PAR owned properties.  
25.    Sits on the Board of MD Value Care ACO, attends meetings and reports back to the PAR
            Board of Directors and is a member of the Managing Committee.

26.    Is a Trustee of the Board of the MD Value Care Healthcare consortium, attends meetings
            and reports back to the PAR Board of Directors.

27.    Maintains professional affiliations and enhances professional development to keep current
            in the latest health care trends and developments.

28.    Other various tasks as requested by the Shareholders or Board of Directors.

The job holder must demonstrate current competencies applicable to the job position.
EDUCATION:  MHA, or MBA, or MS in health administration or business administration preferred.
EXPERIENCE:  Seven years of executive level experience including five years of experience in the administration of a major practice.
Qualified candidates should send their resumes to [email protected]

(4/3/19) Practice Manager (Richmond - Procedural Based Medical Practice)
Summary:
A growing and busy procedure-based medical practice is looking for a full-time Practice Manager. This position reports to the physician owner and is responsible for general practice management duties, including but not limited to staff management, operations management, supply maintenance, patient relations, practice marketing, strategic planning, quality management, etc. The practice also supports an evidence based fellowship program and active clinical research arm that require general oversight and input for future development. Our practice philosophy requires outstanding customer service and respect for patients. We are seeking an individual who will be vested in the practice, the patients, and the growing staff (currently of 14). The practice is looking for an individual who also has experience with opening and outfitting new locations. Competitive applicants should have: sound organizational skills; meticulous attention to details; deductive reasoning skills; excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Essential Job Functions:
· Human Resource Development/Management;
· Utilizes creativity in developing quality/performance improvement programs, instructing
   staff and implementing new and improved standards;
· Develops long-term practice staffing schedules and ensures adequate daily coverage in
    accordance with established staffing needs;
· Develops practice goals and objectives to support the institutional values and goals,
    with input from staff;
· Maintains current knowledge of and ensures compliance with all regulatory and professional
    standards of care which includes JCAHO, CLIA, HIPAA etc.;
· Ensures compliance with PQRS, MIPS and MACRA guidelines;
· Knowledgeable and experienced with various EMR/EHR platforms;
· Assists with hiring, educating and evaluating staff, fellows, and associate physicians;
· Assistance with Marketing Strategy and Implementation.
Minimum Qualifications:
· Minimum three years’ experience as Practice Manager of a medical or surgical practice
Qualified candidates should send their resumes to:   [email protected]

 

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