Practice Administrator

Job Details
Bachelors degree is required
EDUCATION - A Bachelors degree in Business Administration or related field is required, with an emphasis in Healthcare Administration Masters degree preferred.
1. Three years work and supervisory experience in practice management of multiple locations.
2. Effective working knowledge of healthcare financial management, specifically medical practice accounting, third party reimbursement issues, patient flow and facilities management.
1. The overall operational responsibility for the routine business and clinical functions through administrative and clinical staff including front desk, medical records, nursing, and ancillary services to ensure maximum utilization of resources and the efficient delivery of services of his or her assigned practices.
2. Directs and manages projects for each practice such as:
3. Identifies practice/business development opportunities to increase the practice(s)' market share.
4. Interacts on a biweekly basis with each physician to ensure their practice business needs are met and:
5. Develops, implements and monitors annual practice(s) budget(s) by:
6. Develops cost/benefit analyses of new patient care services and equipment to maximize patient revenues.
7. Meets monthly with physicians to review financial performance and key practice indicators.
8. Insures that the practice staff follows all receivable/collection guidelines.
9. Monitors purchases for each practice. Plans a corrective strategy when order levels are excessive in volume or cost and communicates the strategy with the VP or Administrative Director.
10. Ensures that the most cost effective vendors and products are being utilized.
11. Evaluates each employee's performance and provides appropriate guidance and feedback.
12. Oversees the daily/monthly expenditures, staffing and overtime hours
13. Counsels, disciplines and/or recommends termination of employees as required.
14. Recommends professional development for staff.

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