Salary: Excellent and competitive salary and benefits, commensurate with experience
Expected Start Date: February 2018
Overview: We are a physician-owned anesthesiology practice seeking a Practice Administrator who can direct daily operations and design, implement and manage our business strategy to help us achieve continued financial growth and company excellence. As a leader within the group, the Practice Administrator will directly report to and consult with the President and Board of Directors, receiving excellent compensation and benefits and having a true opportunity to effect real change.
Our practice is located in a socially engaging, culturally dynamic and fast-developing northern Virginia area- a metro-accessible suburb to DC- and consists of 14 anesthesiologists and 35 fulltime CRNAs. For 17+ years, our group has exclusively serviced an award-winning, nationally-ranked hospital, developing an integral presence within the hospital’s executive network.
Financial Management duties include budgeting and financial reporting, review of payroll and required reporting, accounts payable, and income distribution. Manages the daily operations while developing, monitoring, and analyzing budget and financial information cost effectively.
Participates in the negotiations for all managed care contracts. Cultivates and maintains relationships with all the local and regional insurance carriers.
Maintains knowledge of hospital contractual requirements (quality, financial, satisfaction) and assists with renewal or modifications.
Interfaces and maintains relationships with hospital departments.
Supervises the billing company and reports to the practice the following: third party reimbursement analysis, fee analysis, pricing policy.
Evaluates new practice sites/facilitates new service line planning.
Leads compliance audits and compliance plan, educational seminars.
With Board of Directors and office manager, evaluates and maintains CRNA schedules, PTO, compensation and benefits packages. Creates and helps to conduct year-end employee evaluations with Board of Directors, and helps to determine any potential raises, bonuses, and promotions.
Attends and facilitates meetings of the Board of Directors.
Schedules and conducts staff meetings with administrative staff to inform employees of changes in policy and to resolve problems affecting operating efficiency.
Helps to develop strategic plans and objectives.
Required Skills, Experience and Other Qualifications:
Proficiency in all Revenue Cycle functions including: Collection/Payment Recognition, Accounting/Finance, Managed Care Contracting and Electronic Health records systems
Significant expertise in physician relations, staff management/development, contract negotiations, compliance, and business development
Strong written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills
Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks
Experience working both independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment
Demonstrates ability in leadership and managing others
Strong interpersonal, project management and mentoring skills. Ability to make decisions in a rapidly changing, professional, service-oriented environment
Ability to effectively represent the organization and communicate respectfully with all levels of personnel
Maintains the strictest confidentiality
5 years executive-level experience, including experience in the administration of a medium-sized health care organization
Licensure or ability to obtain licensure when background credentials warrant
Satisfactory passing of criminal background check, credit screen and Medicare exclusion check
Excellent references and work history
Preferred Experience or Skills:
Master’s degree in business or health care administration preferred
Background in accounting or managed care preferred but not required
Work Environment: Medical office. Work may be stressful due to continual interaction with others. Occasional evening and weekend work.
Physical Demands: Must possess the mental and physical abilities to perform the essential responsibilities and required skills of this job with or without reasonable accommodation. For example, tasks often associated with an Administrator include, but are not limited to, moving, remaining stationary, positioning, operating, activating or otherwise using office equipment and supplies, communicating, exchanging, and gathering information, and detecting surroundings.
Execution of an employment agreement is required.
The duties listed are not set forth for the purposes of limiting the assignment of work. They are not to be construed as a complete list of the many duties normally to be performed under a position title or those to be assigned and performed temporarily outside and employee’s normal line of work. Nor shall the functions described restrict management’s right to re-assign responsibilities at any time. The incumbent will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other job-related duties.
Employer is an equal-opportunity employer.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: Excellent salary and benefits, commensurate with experience