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We have an exciting opportunity to manage multi-site Cardiology practices, including General Cardiology and the subspecialties of Advanced Heart Failure, HCM, ACHD and Preventive Cardiology. Assist in planning and implementing major practice space expansion/consolidation.
In this role, the successful candidate Reporting to the Division Administrator of Cardiology and the Medical Director, Cardiology Outpatient Faculty Group Practice. The position will be responsible for management, administrative, operational, and financial oversight of the cardiology onsite practices. Assists with strategic planning and growth. Oversees practice administrative staff, including recruiting, training, and management. Ensure timely billing/collections and revenue maximization, chiefly by standardizing charge submission process. In addition, in conjunction with the Revenue Cycle Manager for Cardiology, ensure revenue maximization. Develop policies and procedures, implements new processes (help to establish annual goals, revenue targets, and training/education programs; monitor government and third party reimbursement; develop and implement reporting mechanisms) and monitors compliance to established guidelines. EPIC Super user; responsible to train and assist end users and assist with current and future state office workflows with leadership and EPIC team.
Responsible for management, administrative, operational, and financial oversight of the cardiology onsite practices. Prepares staff schedules, resolves problems. Implements new services as needed.
Identify and improve revenue opportunities. Develop a comprehensive understanding of the clinical goals to establish, maintain and provide growth to the practices.
Review Meaningful use and practice management reports to ensure physicians/staff are compliant
Analyze staffing models to make sure job responsibilities are appropriately allocated and ensure coverage is adequate.
Management of special projects within the Division of Cardiology, including space planning
Coordinate with FGP Billing Manager and/or Billing Coordinator to create and manage appropriate charge capture processes.
Participate in monthly billing meetings to identify opportunities for improvement and conducts routine meetings with the staff to discuss the results of bench marks and redirect staff efforts as needed.
Maintain current, working knowledge of practice management system (Epic). Works with the Billing Manager and/or Coordinator(s) and CBO/billing vendor to address physician concerns, operational and IT issues
Work with the CBO on on-boarding Faculty. Help track issues related to new physicians coming on to EPIC.
Help to identify and quantify operational deficiencies that may be adversely impacting physician billing and/or cash flow, i.e., IT systems issues, process issues in other areas of the Center (registration, clinical/operational staff on the floor), etc. Assist in finding solutions to these issues.
Resolves all complaints and problems using independent judgment and decision making skills, to ensure patient satisfaction and adherence to faculty practice standards.
Collaborate with the Credentialing & Managed Care team to identify and resolve issues that impact patient access and cash flow
Collaborates with leadership on planning and implementing strategic initiatives for the practice in collaboration with various disciplines
Meets routinely with key individuals to review current tasks and assignments. Assists in establishing priorities and allocating resources as needed to support operations.
Evaluates employee performance.
Authorizes attendance, schedules and sick time changes.
Establishes office procedures and communicates responsibilities and expected performance to staff.
Receives, compiles, classifies, reconciles and consolidates data from varied sources; provides timely reports on routine data, trends and variances to appropriate parties.
Maintains accurate, well-organized, up to date files for retrieval of needed documentation.
Organizes, prioritizes and expedites own work flow and uses independent judgment.
Attends meetings, prepares minutes and participates on committees as requested.
Recognizes routine problems and recommends suggestions, ideas and solutions.
EPIC Super user; responsible to train end users and assist with current and future state department workflows with leadership and EPIC team.
Coordinates with facilities to ensure upkeep of reception/waiting areas and exam rooms.
May be asked to perform other varied functions.
Minimum Qualifications: To qualify you must have a Bachelor's Degree with a minimum of 1-3 years of relevant work experience or equivalent combination or training and relevant work experience. Ability to work in a fast paced multi-physician practice environment. Good communication, interpersonal and computer skills. Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with physicians, staff and patients.
Preferred Qualifications: Progressive supervisory/management experience in a large healthcare setting. Attainment of Masters Degree highly preferred. Ability to work well with others. Academic medical center experience preferred.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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