Family Medicine at Richmond (FMR), is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) and currently consists of three clinics (main clinic, walk-in clinic, and a school-based health center). The Financial Officer (FO) reports directly to the Executive Director and as a member of the clinics leadership team will participate in decision-making, strategic planning and development of initiatives. The FO is responsible for the following duties:
Takes the lead in preparation of reports pertaining to: FQHC financial activities, including budgets, Medicare Cost Report, Federal Financial Report, annual audit, UDS, wrap payments, alternative payment (APM), federal grant forms and reports.
Participate as a member and make reports to the Family Medicine at Richmond Leadership Team on financial status and issues.
Lead and present financial information to the quarterly Finance Committee of the Board of Directors.
Develop, maintain and monitor performance of FMR financial policies and procedures.
Review and make recommendations for improvements to the sliding fee and collection policies.
Maintain a close working relationship with DMAP, CMS and 330 Grants Management officers.
Coordinate the incorporation of the financial aspects of other grants and contracts on behalf of OHSU and Richmond FQHC.
Develop a strong collaborative working relationship with OPCA, CCHC, and DMAP.
Perform internal financial analyses as needed and/or requested by the Leadership Team.
Work closely and collaboratively with all billing, data and financial staff within and outside of the clinic.
Serve as a member of the Family Medicine Clinical BOD.
Assist in the design and preparation of financial statements.
Manage process for accurately and timely billing of PCPCH, CPCI and other enhanced payments models.
Help facilitate the use of health information technology, demonstrate recognition of advanced primary care delivery, facilitate reports from patients covered by participating payers, participate in practice transformation and improvement activities, and provide technical assistance.
Perform internal financial analyses as needed.
Supervision of finance related positions which include Referral Coordinators (2) and Eligibility Specialists (2).
This position will supervise 2 Referral Coordinators and 2 Eligibility Specialists. The supervision of these individuals will include holding regular meetings with staff, creating and directing workflows to create efficient processes with staff, handling the time keeping and approval of hours, and performing Grow conversations in accordance with OHSU policies. The goal being to help obtain insurance coverage and/or authorizations for treatment of care for patients in order to maximize revenues and in turn providing excellent patient care.
Clinic Responsibilities: ( 40% ) Manage and/or perform the process for accurately and timely collection of payments. Verify accuracy of payments.
Richmond FQHC documents and leadership: ( 40% ) Timely and accurate preparation and reporting of all FQHC Financial Activity, including Budgets, Cost Report, Financial Statement, Annual Audit, UDS, Wrap Payments, Alternative Payment Method, and Federal Grant Reports; and participation in Leadership Team matters
Wraparound and APM payments: ( 5% ) Manage and/or perform the process for accurately and timely billing of all wraparound payments for Richmond FQHC (including Walk-In-Clinic). Verify accuracy of payments.
PCPCH, CPCI and other enhanced payment models: ( 5%) Manage and/or perform the process for accurately and timely collection of payments. Verify accuracy of payments.
Knowledge of state and federal laws, as pertaining to HRSA/BPHC regulations and policies.
FQHC wraparound procedures.
PCPCH, CPCI and other enhanced payment methodologies.
Practice Management and Electronic Medical Records, specifically reporting.
Cost Report and 330 Grant management and reporting.
Demonstrated evidence of:
Superior written, verbal and public relations skills,
Excellent collaboration and leadership and interpersonal relations skills
Ability to develop and implement strategic policies in a team-based decentralized environment.
Ability to make sound decisions and creatively problem solve.
Knowledge of clinical data report writing tools and Excel software.
Ability to train others and effectively transfer knowledge.
MBA or MHA or MPH
Experience in a Senior Financial Leadership Position;
CFO, Fiscal Manager, Office or Director.
Knowledge of :
EPIC, Practice Management and Electronic Medical Records System
Oracle and Citrix systems
FQHC Alternative Payment Methodology.
***Please submit your cover letter and resume with your application***
WORKING CONDITIONS:This may include such items as work schedule, work location, travel and environmental exposures such as noise, human tissues/fluids or radiation.
8am-5pm, workstation in a shared office. Frequent travel to OHSU main campus required.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS & EQUIPMENT USAGE:This describes the physical requirements necessary to perform the essential functions of this position. Example: Ability to carry and lift up to 50 pounds. Ability to stand for four continuous hours a day.
No lifting. Sitting at computer or in meetings 6-8 hours a day.
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