In close partnership with other GFA team members, the Community Healthcare Finance Lead (CHFL) is responsible for scoping, implementing, and delivering projects that are high-profile, technical, and grounded in financial outcomes to clients in community healthcare. Projects will be seamlessly integrated into client operations, and provide clients with financial, strategic, compliance, and operational successes. Additionally, the CHFL will contribute to GFA’s own product development, client relationship building, and business strategy as needed. This position combines financial analysis, project management, and grants management with intense communication, engagement, and hands-on implementation with clients.
Prepare and confidently present accurate, well-supported financial analysis to clients’ senior executive management.
Prepare financial reports for key internal stakeholders and external compliance/regulatory bodies.
Develop modeling tools that accurately forecast financial outcomes in an auditable and easy-to-understand manner.
Create detailed budgets that are fully compliant with funding requirements and support strategic goals.
Access and interpret financial data to identify financial performance improvement opportunities.
Provide recommendations to optimize efficiencies, reduce total cost, manage risk, maintain compliance, and improve the quality of delivering healthcare services.
Perform and interpret data-driven analysis of healthcare utilization and costs, reimbursement/billing issues, population health and clinical outcomes, provider patterns and variations, strategic trends, and informatics needs.
Perform statistical data analysis, identify trends and report key findings to the team.
Research outliers and identify root causes of issues; design interventions that effectively impact problems at hand.
Ensure consistency of approach related to analysis techniques, key findings, and the development of client recommendations/opportunities.
Deeply research client problems through holistic investigations that utilize document analysis, environmental research, interviews and observations.
Develop interventions that are seamless and fully integrated with client operations to ensure that recommendations are actionable and appropriate to their context.
Document recommendations in reports that are precise, thorough, easy to read, and need minimal copy editing.
Create funding opportunity responses that are compliant with offering guidelines and competitive. Write grant narratives quickly and accurately.
Project manage complex tasks with efficiency, tact, and effectiveness.
Communicate with clients in a way that creates enthusiasm and turns complex ideas into understandable tasks.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s Degree from a 4-year college or university
Master’s Degree preferred but not required. MBA or MPH ideal
At least two years of experience with data and financial analytics projects
Prior work experience in a fast-paced, consultative work environment
Demonstrated experience exhibiting leadership
Strong attention to detail in writing, analytics, and compliance
Ability to translate data into meaningful understanding
Ability to fluidly link detailed analysis with strategic priorities
Ability to solve problems independently and drive issues or projects to conclusion
Skilled at collaborative work within GFA while exhibiting strong leadership at clients
Proactive—does not wait for things to happen—makes them happen
Superior written, verbal, and interpersonal communications skills
Excellent organizational skills
Prior experience in community healthcare and financial analysis is a plus, but not a requirement
Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: GFA compensation is highly competitive and based on applicant’s experience.
Internal Number: F001
About Greg Facktor & Associates
Greg Facktor & Associates LLC (GFA) is a health care consulting firm servicing the healthcare industry. It works with hospitals, health plans, medical groups, academic programs, IPAs, foundations and community health centers to assure profitable financial modeling, strategic planning and expansion as well as maximization of grant and operational revenue and compliance with regulatory agencies and review bodies. GFA is further experienced in application to foundation and corporate funding opportunity applications and corresponding implementation processes. GFA also provides guidance related to clinic development including Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) assessments, applications, and successfully leads in the Health Resources and Services Administration / Bureau of Primary Health Care (HRSA / BPHC) grant application and implementation process. GFA also provides consulting services related to general clinic management including finance and operations support as well as advanced clinical model development including project management of the Patient Centered Medical Home designation process and other initiatives.