Click for more information...
Senior Director, Revenue Cycle – Regional CBO in Sacramento, CA
Sutter Physician Services (SPS), located in Sacramento, California, is looking for a Senior Director, Revenue Cycle. SPS is an affiliate of Sutter Health that provides revenue cycle/patient financial services, patient access, and accountable care solutions to Sutter Health affiliated physician practices and other services (such as home health/hospice services, ambulatory surgery centers, reference laboratories, and clinical trials). Sutter has 24 hospitals, 33 surgery centers and several thousand affiliated providers throughout California.
The Senior Director of Revenue Cycle is responsible for the overall operating performance of Revenue Cycle Solutions service line to all SPS’s clients (last year there were in excess of $3.4B in collections). This multi-dimensional and complex operation will include claims submission/billing, follow-up, payment posting, denial management, self-pay A/R, and bad debt programs utilizing EPIC for all their revenue cycle management.
To be part of this exciting opportunity with this growing organization please send an email to SutterSDRevCycle@wkadvisors.com to request a detailed job description or visit our website at www.wkadvisors.com. An impressive compensation and relocation package is available.
April Allen or Ben Haden
2000 Warrington Way, Suite 200
Louisville, Kentucky 40222
Toll Free: 877-228-4030
CATHOLIC HEALTH SERVICES POSITION DESCRIPTION
TITLE: Manager Financial Operations – Physician Enterprise
DEPARTMENT: CHSLI Planning
REPORTS TO: Assistant Vice President of Finance – Physician Enterprise
FLSA STATUS: Exempt
POSITION SUMMARY: The Manager is responsible for assisting the Assistant Vice President of Finance – Physician Enterprise with the financial responsibilities of the Physician Enterprise. Serves as the strategic link between finance and operations for the Physician Enterprise. Continuously performs financial analysis to ensure achievement of physician enterprise financial objectives and support of CHSLI’s mission. Works closely with Corporate Finance department and operations leaders to develop, implement, and monitor annual operating and capital budgets and business plans. Identifies and implements opportunities to improve financial operations and performance.
- Provide assistance to all physician enterprise departments related to the performance of financial management matters. Monitor group and departmental budgetary performance and internal controls.
- Analyzes historical trends and volume projections in partnership with operations leaders and managers to develop annual capital and operating budget for service area.
- Conducts monthly expense, revenue, and volume monitoring through a thorough understanding of the general ledger and budgeting systems
- Assist in developing financial pro-forma for physician acquisitions, recruitment and new practice start-up’s.
- Assist in putting together financial pro-forma for CHSLI’s ambulatory strategy
- Assist in completing financial modeling, including ROI analysis, for internal projects such as capital expansion, new sites, etc.
- Direct and coordinate the establishment of operating and capital budgets.
- Responsible for directing and managing staff.
- Development and reporting of key financial KPIs.
- Oversee preparation of monthly production reports for all employed providers and closely monitor volume trends.
- Develops and oversees productivity measures for the department with tools for monitoring
- Prepare special financial reporting, as requested to assist leadership.
POSITION REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: Bachelor degree in Accounting, Finance or related field required. Accounting degree with an MBA designation preferred
- Excellent planning and organizational skills
- Strong problem solving skills and analytical skills with ability to organize, analyze and disseminate significant amounts of information with attention or detail and accuracy
- Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to present and explain complex finances to different audiences
- Strong computer skills including proficiency with Microsoft Office
- Health care delivery
- Cost containment activities
Experience: Minimum five years finance experience. Experience in Healthcare preferred.
Reasonable accommodation will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential physical demands.
Expectation for All Employees:
- Demonstrate knowledge of and conduct himself/herself in conformity with the CHS Compliance Assurance Program and Standards of Conduct. Employee shall receive a copy of the CHS Compliance Program Handbook and be aware of the CHS Helpline. Employee will perform all work activities according to the highest ethical and legal standards.
- Conduct himself/herself in conformity with the HIPAA Compliance Program and applicable institutional policies and procedures for patient privacy.
- Play an active role in the CHS Information Security Awareness Program by following and supporting all CHS information security policies and procedures to the best of their ability. This will include reporting any suspected fraud, abuse, or violation of policy to the appropriate management or reporting mechanism.
- Support the organization’s mission and values by exhibiting the following behaviors: excellence and competence, collaboration, innovation, respect, commitment to our community, and accountability and ownership.
*Every effort has been made to make this job description as complete as possible. However, it in no way states or implies that these are the only duties the Assistant Vice President of Finance – Physician Enterprise will be required to perform. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or is a logical assignment to the position.
Approved By:______________ Date:_________
Healthfirst is a provider-sponsored health insurance company that serves more than 1.2 million members in downstate New York. With more than 4,000 employees, a network of nearly 30,000 providers, and revenues in excess of $8.6 billion, Healthfirst is one of the largest health plans in the New York City area. Our members are our North Star, and our mission is guided by their needs and preferences in ensuring a superior experience and access to the highest quality healthcare when and where they need it. Healthfirst’s commitment to quality and member satisfaction has helped us earn top ratings for HMO health plans in New York City. We know that employees shape our company and connect us to our communities, and we look to recruit and retain intelligent, driven leaders who are passionate about healthcare and embody our five culture drivers: - Dream Big, Plan Wisely - Break Down the Walls - Think Critically, Speak Up, Deliver with Pride - Inspire Through Trust, Lead By Example - Be Unstoppable
The Privacy Analyst will serve as a generalist in the Privacy Department, performing tasks as requested by the Director of Privacy. The primary role of the Privacy Analyst will be to develop analytics to track and trend Privacy Office metrics such as disclosure activity, Privacy audit results, and others upon request. The Privacy Analyst will also be primarily responsible for learning all software-based solutions including but not limited to GRC technology, data audit, and others.
To apply, please visit https://external-healthfirst.icims.com/jobs/15436/privacy-analyst/login
Healthfirst is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veterans, disability status or any other characteristic protected by law.
POSITION: Patient Financial Services Manager
ORGANIZATION: NYU Winthrop Hospital
Under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Patient Financial Services, the Manager of Patient Financial Services is primarily responsible for overseeing the daily operations of business office functions, coordinates and supervises, third-party collections, accounts receivable management and appeals processing. Reviews, analyzes and monitors payer activity and identifies trends.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Oversees and ensures that all third party follow-up and collection activities occur in a timely fashion. Initiates opportunities to automate follow-up functions. Seeks opportunities to develop new, effective collection methods.
- Reviews, analyzes and monitors all data related to accounts receivable activity. Identifies any negative trends and areas in need of further analysis or issue resolution.
- Produce monthly reports for the Director of Patient Financial Services and Financial Leadership including denials and reimbursement trends with action plans for any trends that are not meeting targets/goals.
- Coordinates and works closely with appropriate Patient Access personnel to ensure that proper pre-certifications, authorizations, referrals and patient’s insurance coverage have been obtained.
- Develops documents and implements standard operating procedures and processes monitoring workflow to ensure adequate staffing levels for department to run at maximum efficiency. Monitors productivity standards, compares actual production to standards and reviews with department personnel on an individual basis.
- Resolves routine questions and problems posed by support staff, referring more complex issues to for escalation to senior management.
- Keeps abreast of all billing & coding regulations and standards to ensure compliance with any published or anticipated changes issued by governmental agencies and/or third party payers and shares knowledge with staff through verbal or written communication.
- Recruits and trains new personnel. Evaluates and counsels, when needed, personnel under his/her own supervision. Develops and organizes ongoing staff education.
- Participates in special projects as requested by the Director of Patient Financial Services.
- Performs related duties as assigned.
Position Requirements and Qualifications
Associate’s degree required. Bachelor’s degree preferred
- Must be able to effectively supervise and coordinate the billing, follow-up, customer service, clerical and regulatory compliance functions of the business office.
- Must have excellent oral and written communication skills to deal with internal staff, customers and representatives from external departments and agencies.
- Must be familiar with data processing capabilities and procedures and able to operate a personal computer using standard software applications (e.g., Microsoft Word, Excel, Project and Access.)
- Must have the ability to perform a variety of duties, ranging from identifying, assessing and troubleshooting complex operational issues to coordinating the activities of subordinates.
A minimum of five years hospital billing supervisory experience required. Must be able to demonstrate strong leadership qualities and problem solving skills with the ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritize multiple areas of responsibility. Experience with recurring services such as oncology billing and reimbursement management is preferred.
The compensation and comprehensive benefit package is competitive.
Applicants should send a current resume with summary of relevant experience and qualifications to Lisa Lacalle at LLacalle@nyuwinthrop.org
Chief Financial Officer ,GHVHS
Witt/Kieffer has been retained by Greater Hudson Valley Health System (GHVHS), to assist in recruitment efforts for their next Chief Financial Officer (CFO). This is an outstanding opportunity to join GHVHS in a senior executive role as their CFO. The CFO will be a key partner to the CEO, the executive leadership team, clinical partners, Board members, and staff in all of GHVHS’s financial strategies, operations, goals, and objectives. The CFO will oversee GHVHS’s financial function and evaluate growth and service line opportunities, consistent with the System’s mission.
The ideal candidate will be a highly strategic financial leader and possess superb communication and presentation skills, coupled with the ability to oversee operations and evaluate financial processes and outcomes. The new CFO will be a collaborative and visible leader who maximizes growth and opportunities in a dynamic healthcare environment.
GHVHS is a New York State, not-for-profit Corporation headquartered in Middletown, New York, approximately 60 miles north of New York City. It is currently the active parent company for two member hospitals – Catskill Regional Medical Center and Orange Regional Medical Center. The GHVHS is dedicated to developing specialty services, medical programs, and needed healthcare services that allow residents to remain close to home to receive quality care.
The ideal candidate will possess a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in an appropriate discipline, and an advanced degree in Business (MBA) and/or CPA. CPA is preferred. Ten years of senior-level financial accounting and reporting experience, with a proven track record in progressively larger roles is required. Additional information is available at www.wittkieffer.com.
All confidential nominations and resumes can be directed to: Tom Quinn and Lisa DeSimone Arthur at firstname.lastname@example.org; 917.209.0331.
Feel the Pride of a Mission-Driven Career in Hospital Finance
Project Leader - Financial Planning
Join the patient-inspired team at NewYork-Presbyterian's Regional Hospital Network, and bring new meaning to your career as you play a crucial role in world-class care and caring. Here, putting patients first is our mission, which means we stay committed to excellence in all aspects of our organization, including financial operations. And as we look to the promising future ahead, we seek talented professionals like you to drive continuous improvement and build on our success as one of the nation’s top-ranked hospitals (U.S.News& World Report).
Step into the #1-ranked hospital in New York (U.S.News& World Report) in an expanding department in this newly created role. As Project Leader, you'll assist in the designing, developing, analyzing, and implementing financial reporting and statistical data gathering systems and procedures for the NYP, Regional Hospital Network (RHN) and System. Serve as a Liaison between NYPH & RHN and assist in developing and enhancing TSI/EPSI reporting. Assist in updating and maintaining System website and other procedure manuals; assist in maintaining authorized manpower (FTE) and activity reports. Thrive in a culture that rewards innovation and creativity. Join our enthusiastic team, and feel the pride of supporting world-class patient care.
- Master's degree
- Experience in managed care, reimbursement methodologies, budgeting or cost accounting.
- Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Health Care, Public Administration or a related field
- Minimum of 4 to 6 years of experience
Join a hospital where employee engagement is at an all-time high. Enjoy competitive compensation along with benefits such as tuition reimbursement, hospital retirement contributions, and financial planning assistance. Start your life-changing journey today.
Talent Acquisition Corporate Recruiter
Talent Acquisition/Human Resources