Join the premier cancer care practice in Marin County which is known for its beautiful scenery, lifestyle, culture and proximity to San Francisco.
This position reports directly to the 10 physician board of directors. The practice provides state of the art compassionate, integrative medical care including; hematology, medical oncology, radiation oncology and research studies. Overall responsibilities are to manage financial, contracting with leases, payors/vendors/chemo suppliers, explore, analyze and recommend new business opportunities to diversify revenue streams, maintain hospital and referring physician relationships, cost/benefit analysis of equipment purchases, compliance and leading departments including Operations, Revenue Cycle, HR, Nursing and Research.
The CEO is retiring after 25 years which demonstrates the longevity and loyalty to this position. There is low staff turnover in this group due to the physicians’ commitment to the staff, excellent benefits and family team atmosphere.
Skills Desired: Financial analysis/cost benefit analysis with well researched facts, ability to manage and motivate staff while delivering superlative customer service. Negotiation skills are essential. Ability to listen and communicate effectively and persuasively with physicians and staff. Honesty and ethics are paramount. Ability to recruit and retain quality physicians and employees. Accounting/finance knowledge is desired. MBA or MHA is a plus. Oncology experience also a plus.
Requirements: At least ten years medical group management with direct reporting relationship to the owner physicians. Please do not apply if you do not have medical group management experience.
Salary Range: 200k+ depending on experience - Excellent benefits including 401K with profit sharing.
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POSTING DATE: 12-13-2019
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We help hospitals and medical practices identify, evaluate, and recruit superior executive talent. We focus exclusively on healthcare Administrators, CEOs, Presidents, Practice Managers, and other executive positions.
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Our Executive Search firm has been retained to recruit a dynamic Program Director – Musculoskeletal Services with Lehigh Valley Health Network, a leading edge organization, located in a highly desirable Southeastern Pennsylvania college community near the Poconos (a little over an hour to Philadelphia and 2 hours from NYC). Our client is seeking a motivated and experienced healthcare operations professional with a strong background in operations, management, physician relations and financial accounting. This position will oversee: Orthopedics, Physiatry, Chiropractic, Rheumatic, & Pain Management.
MASTERS HIGHLY PREFERRED
• Minimum 3-5 years relevant and proven leadership experience in Healthcare, specifically Practice Management / Frontline Operations
• Background or experience in Musculoskeletal or Multi-Specialty Service Line
• Must have experience creating and managing financial budgets in business setting, be data driven and able to communicate clearly
• Must be able to work collaboratively as part of a team interfacing at all levels of the Health Network, depending on the project and scope.
• Proven ability to engage staff and physicians
This opportunity offers an opportunity to further a career in a positive culture with good work/life balance, caring co-workers, strong physician partners and supportive leaders, with a highly respected, leading-edge, and growing system. Competitive salary and excellent incentive program and benefits.
Please send all confidential inquiries or nominations of colleagues to:
Director of Recruiting
POSTING DATE: 12-12-2019
There is no greater satisfaction than doing work that helps people when they need it the most. Whether you work with patients or support the people who do, at Catholic Health you’ll be part of a team that believes a career is a calling and knows healthcare serves a higher purpose.
Avoca Search is honored to partner with Catholic Health in recruiting its new Administrator, Cardiac Services. A four-hospital system on five campuses with a combined 1,100 beds and medical staff of over 1,500, Catholic Health leads the region in quality, patient safety and patient experience, and has the only Magnet-designated hospital in the region. With state-of-the-art stroke care, neuro and vascular services and nationally recognized for cardiac, orthopedic and bariatric services, Catholic Health has a rapidly growing employed medical group of over 175 physicians.
The Administrator of Cardiac Services will be a highly visible leader reporting to the Vice President, Physician Integration & Practice Management and will oversee approximately ten sites for 28 physicians. Working within a dyad team with the Medical Director for Cardiology and other hospital-based cardiology practices, this administrator leads all operations and financial performance for employed cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, and thoracic surgery practices across Catholic Health.
Located in picturesque Western New York, Buffalo has been experiencing a downtown revitalization, with a bustling theater district, a thriving foodie scene, a robust professional sports following, and summer-long festivals to please all interests. “The City of Good Neighbors” is ideal for raising families with its affordable housing, the State’s best public school districts, and close-knit community feel. Nestled on Lake Erie and close to the splendor of Niagara Falls, Buffalo offers unending recreational activities in all four seasons. For those preferring cosmopolitan venues, New York City and Toronto are a quick flight or short car ride away.
Ideal candidates will be strategic thinkers, innovators, mentors and relationship-builders who have ten years’ experience in medical group management ideally in cardiac services, and a proven track record of practice integration, service line growth, cultural transformation, and effective communication across complex organizations. Successful candidates will possess a strong business acumen, mission-orientation, and demonstrated ability to streamline and standardize processes. A Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Healthcare Administration or other related field required. MBA, MHA, MSM, or MSHA preferred, as is FACHE or CMPE certification.
Please forward confidential resumes, inquiries or nominations to:
POSTING DATE: 12/12/2019