Collaborate with revenue cycle, finance, clinical departments, and other departments/units to support the enterprise strategies of enhancingÂ clinical financial performance.Â
Lead initiatives to optimizeÂ andÂ develop strategies and solutions to address financial resultsÂ improving performance across the health care system.Â
Conduct financial analysis to support decision making related to physician, advanced practice provider and staff requests.Â
Support monthly review and analysis of clinical performance relative to financial and productivity goals.Â
Build robust analytical models to analyze new/potential growth and strategic initiativesÂ
CollaborativelyÂ reviewÂ and implement financial parameters and reimbursement methodologies improving the financial position of the enterprise.Â
Oversee financial management and reporting systemsÂ to integrate productivity and other performance measures with financial metrics to continuously improve access and efficiency and achieve growth and financial performance targets.Â
Support BSD leadership during the annual budget planning process, helping to ensure the creation of accurate, realistic, and optimized fiscal year budgets.Â
Lead, mentor, train, develop, and recognize team performance contributing to growth opportunities and retention within team.Â
Develop methodology for ongoing reporting, analysis and updates of budget variances.Â
Present results to leadership andÂ governance committeesÂ as necessary.Â
Recommend and participateÂ in financial and productivity medical group surveys used for benchmarking performance.Â
Manages financial staff through subordinates, usually other managers and professional staff. Establishes performance goals, allocates resources and assesses policies for the related departments managed.Â
Recommends the management of operating and capital budgets, information and accounting systems, revenue billing and collection, and the monitoring of expenditures on active accounts.
Advises budgets for all areas within scope of responsibility. Directs quarterly and year-end reporting for the operating budget.
Performs other related work as needed.
â‹MBA or advanced degree in finance, public policy, not-for-profit administration, healthcare administration, or a related field.â‹Â
Expertise in project management.Â
Experience in medical group operations, with experience in financial performance.Â
Knowledge of ambulatory care practice operations.Â
Experience in university or academic medical center.Â
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs, particularly Microsoft ExcelÂ
Understanding of and experience working with relational databasesÂ
Experience working closely with physicians in a provider settingÂ
Knowledge of financial computing and database software applications.Â
Knowledge of various financial principles, practices, and applications including budgeting, financial planning, and financial reporting.Â
Experience with accounting systems and budget systems required Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).Â
Financial modeling experience.Â
Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.Â
Ability to establish and maintain relationships at all organizational levels.Â
Proven ability to synthesize complex issues for management.Â
Demonstrated time management ability to deliver high-integrity products within established deadlines.Â
Ability to be a proactive and assertive problem-solver.Â
Strong upward and downward management skills.Â
Prior direct supervisory experience.Â
Knowledge of GAAP accounting principle, restricted fund accounting, grant accounting.
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