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  • CFO

    10/26/2020 10:54 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

    Job Title:      Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

    Company:     Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies (OCR)

    Location:      Fort Collins, Loveland, and Longmont, CO

    Type:            Full-time, permanent position


    Due to a planned out of State relocation of our current Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies is recruiting for a new CFO.

    Under direction of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the CFO is responsible for the overall financial success of a large 44-physician, multi-site, vertically integrated orthopedic medical group with approximately 575 employees. OCR was founded in 1969, is physician owned, and includes medical clinics, therapy clinics, x-ray services, ambulatory surgery and recovery centers, and MRI facilities across North Denver and the Northern Colorado Front Range.  OCR provides care to patients from Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, and numerous other states.

    The CFO is a member of the senior leadership team and is responsible for implementing strategic, operational and financial strategies to grow revenues, contain costs, and maintain the highest level of clinical quality care. This role will provide organizational oversight of all financial planning, operating strategies and financial outcomes of OCR, and numerous associated companies, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board, other regulatory and advisory organizations and in accordance with financial management techniques, and practices appropriate with the physician-owned practice industry.

    The CFO will grow a culture of financial awareness and accountability while ensuring the efficient utilization of resources and appropriate decision making for strategic growth and technological investment.  Plans, organizes and directs all aspects of respective departments including the development, administration of policies on finance, accounting, corporate insurance policies, internal controls, budget, auditing, accounts payable, purchasing, payroll, benefits, and claims processing.  Prepares accurate and timely monthly financial statements and maintenance of the general ledger. Oversees and supervises the leadership team members over Revenue Cycle, Payer Contracting and Relations, Accounting, Payroll, Accounts Payable, Human Resources, and Centralized Purchasing functions.

    Works closely with CEO and Physicians for OCR and all related companies, currently including multiple LLCs.


    Masters degree (MA) or equivalent; or ten years related experience and/or training; or the equivalent combination of education and experience.  CPA strongly preferred.

    An experienced leader and financial executive with corporate experience, preferably in the health care field. An energetic, forward-thinking and creative individual with high ethical standards and an appropriate professional image.  A strategic visionary with sound technical skills, analytical ability, good judgment and operational focus.  A well-organized and self-directed individual who is “politically savvy” and a team player.  An intelligent and articulate individual who can relate to people at all levels of an organization and who possesses excellent communication skills.  A good educator who is trustworthy and willing to share information and to serve as a mentor.  An individual who is experienced in payer contracting, vendor contracting, and supply chain management.  A decisive individual who possesses a “big picture” perspective and is well versed in work flows and systems that cross many multi-disciplinary financial and clinical lines.

    Preferred achievements include ability to handle stressful situations; demonstrated ability in organizational and communication skills.


    • ·        Oversees and directs the organizations financial activities including financial planning, budgeting, projections and forecast and accounting functions as well as its relationship with lending institutions, payers and vendors who have a financial relationship with the practice.
    • ·        Presents closing processes, financial statements and compensation model calculations to CEO and multiple entity Boards, and prepares forecast and projections as part of feasibility studies for new service lines, facilities, joint ventures, legal entities, or other practice initiatives.
    • ·        Participates in the development of the organizations strategic plan, to include continuous evaluation of short and long-term strategic financial objectives. This includes the development and review of all financial functions, systems and procedures for all legal entities.
    • ·        Provides counsel to the CEO and Boards on significant matters affecting practice finances, operations and policies by providing recommendations to strategically enhance financial performance and business opportunities.
    • ·        Monitors financial performance by measuring and analyzing results, initiating corrective actions, and minimizing the impact of variance; identifying opportunities for improvement, cost reduction, systems enhancements and accumulating capital to fund expansions.
    • ·        Directs and coordinates contracting, reimbursement, patient accounting and general accounting including general ledger accounting, accounts payable, payroll, claims processing and cash handling and cash management.
    • ·        Meets with Directors on a regular basis to present and review financial statements and to provide expert advice related to their area(s) of responsibility. Acts as a teacher, coach, mentor to Directors with the goal of overall financial performance improvement for all legal entities.
    • ·        Develops clear departmental policies, objectives and strategic priorities and ensures compliance for each management position reporting to CFO. Provides ongoing performance coaching and evaluations with direct reports to encourage growth of their positions and responsibilities and to promote stability and longevity of management staff.
    • ·        Performs other duties as assigned.


    1.    Knowledge of the business structure and accounting practices of private and group medical practices.

    2.    Knowledge of the principals of financial management in order to direct professional staff and coordinate all aspects of the scope of this position.

    3.    Knowledge of the organizational strategic business objectives and employee performance objectives.

    4.    Knowledge of governmental and health care regulations and reporting requirements.

    5.    Knowledge of entity financial and budgetary practices.

    6.    Successful development of annual budgets, provides financial data analysis and patterns, and prepares financial statements.

    7.    Experience in an aggressive managed care markets and in the effective organization and management of a specialty practice.

    8.    Experience managing and maximizing the profitability of a medical practice.

    9.    Comfortable performing quantitative and analytical duties.

    10. Skill in exercising a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion, and decision making to achieve organizational objectives.

    11. Skill in evaluating organizational operations as they relate to policies, goals and objectives, cost, and rate levels.

    12. Skill in establishing and maintaining the effective working relationships with physicians, CEO, co-workers, patients, and the public.

    13. Skill in identifying and resolving problems.

    14. Skill in active listening in all situations.

    15. Ability to interact well with clinical and non-clinical staff.

    16. Ability to create a clinic atmosphere that encourages motivation, innovation, and a high performance.

    17. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.

    18. Ability to delegate responsibility and authority to staff.

    19. Ability to consistent messages and to communicate clearly.

    20. Ability to handle many projects at one time.

    21. Ability to perform well in stressful situations.

    Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies (OCR) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination or harassment of any kind. OCR is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions are based on business needs, job requirements and individual experience and qualifications, without regard to a person’s race, color, age, sex, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, sexual orientation, religion, creed, national origin, the presence of any physical or mental disability, or status as a disabled veteran, recently separated veteran, other protected veteran, or Armed Forces service medal veteran, or any other protected status.

  • 10/07/2020 8:50 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

    Position Title- Admin Support Manager, CBS/Forensics

    Position Status: Full Time, 40 Hours per Week

    FLSA Status: Salaried/Exempt

    Location: Fort Collins, CO

    Position Summary- The Administrative Support Manager oversees the operation and administration of the designated areas as listed above, to ensure the administrative services are operating effectively, This position also identifies opportunities for efficiencies, and works to streamline workflow to maximize capacity. Responsible for supervising Administrative Supervisors within each team, as well as off-site leadership, which may include providing crisis intervention, attending to needs of staff within the building, problem solving between team members, or helping clients who need assistance. Create and develop process improvements, policies, and procedures. Perform other duties as assigned. 

    RequiredMinimum of 3-5 years of management experience in the healthcare field. Valid Colorado driver's license.

    Preferred: Bachelor's degree preferred and/or 3 years of Behavioral Health experience also preferred. Bilingual/Bicultural preferred, but not required.

    SummitStone is dedicated to promoting diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion. Diversity is more than a commitment at SummitStone- it is the foundation of what we do. We are fully pledged to equality and believe deeply in diversity of race, gender, age, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, and national origin. At SummitStone we have a clear vision: to be the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, to stay and do their best work. 

    Please submit your resume and salary expectations to referrals@summitstonehealth.org.

  • 10/07/2020 8:49 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

    Position StatusFull-Time 40 hours per week

    FLSA Status: Salaried

    Location : Fort Collins, CO

    Position SummaryThis position will supervise effective and efficient day-to-day revenue cycle tasks and functions; as well as supervising the pre-service revenue cycle department operations, including financial counseling, eligibility, authorizations, income verification, financial assistance, denials management and private pay collections. You will serve as direct interface for clinic front desk, quality assurance, and credentialing to link pre-service functions with post-service outcomes. You will assist with development of team goals and ensures goals for customer service, client financial set-up, and third-party verifications, authorizations & collections are met. Compile revenue and collection data and suggest recommendations on improving collections. Responsible for meeting defined individual and department goals, activity metrics and Key Performance Indicators. As well as handle other duties that may be assigned.

    RequiredRelevant Bachelor's degree required; relevant experience may substitute education. 5 years of relevant professional experience, at least 3 years' experience in healthcare including healthcare billing, collections and denials management including Medicaid, Medicare, and traditional insurance.

    Preferred, but not RequiredBilingual/ Bi-cultural. Experience in a non-profit/human services organization

    SummitStone is dedicated to promoting diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion. Diversity is more than a commitment at SummitStone- it is the foundation of what we do. We are fully pledged to equity and believe deeply in diversity of race, gender, age, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, and national origin. At SummitStone we have a clear vision: to be the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, to stay and do their best work. 

    Please submit your resume and salary expectations to referrals@summitstonehealth.org.

  • 08/18/2020 12:01 PM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

    Position Title: Office Manager

    Organization Name: Rocky Mountain Primary Care – Partners in Health

    Location: Westminster, CO

    Type of Position: Full Time with Full Benefits

    Experience: Bachelor’s Degree, 5 years physician practice management experience

    Date Needed: September 2020

    Position Summary: The office manager is the senior administrative position at our Partners in Health location. This position manages all daily operations of the office and works closely as a team with the site’s Owner physician. There are 5 physicians and 4 midlevel practitioners at this location, plus a staff of 30+. It is the largest of our 4 locations. This position reports to the RMPC Practice Administrator.

    Primary Responsibilities Include:

    · All aspects of staff management including hiring / firing / discipline / staff development, etc.

    · Development of workflow processes and policies

    · Staff and provider relationship management

    · Compliance with both internal and external regulations and policies and procedures (OSHA, HIPAA, CLIA, Medicare Compliance, HR policies, etc.)

    · Biweekly payroll

    · Invoice management

    · Staffing schedules

    · Patient satisfaction strategies

    · Meeting management

    · Intermediary between EMR (NextGen) support vendor and staff/providers – EMR troubleshooting

    · Intermediary between IT support vendor and staff/providers – IT troubleshooting

    · Daily problem solving

    Key Skills and Abilities:

    · Must enjoy being well organized

    · Must possess strong computer skills (MS Word, MS Excel, Outlook etc.)

    · Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with individuals from a variety of backgrounds and educational levels

    · Creative and innovative thinking as well as problem solving is key

    About the Practice: Rocky Mountain Primary Care, P.C. has 4 locations in the northern and western suburbs of Denver, Co. With 23 physicians and midlevel providers and a staff of 90+, we provide the highest quality primary care services to our patients. Our participation in CPC+ puts an emphasis on total care of the patient, 24 / 7 / 365. We have a Population Health department dedicated to providing these extra above and beyond services. In addition, we have valuable and strong relationships with a large IPA, Physician Health Partners, and with the SCL Health System. These relationships allow the practice to function at a very high level, while remaining an independently owned and run practice. Our core values, which we practice every day, are summarized in our slogan, “I CARE” – Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Excellence. All of us at RMPC are proud to be part of such an outstanding and well-run group. We know you will be too!

    To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume, along with salary requirements to Denise Duysen, Practice Administrator, at dduysen@rockymountainprimarycare.com

  • 08/05/2020 8:57 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

    Position Status:  Full Time, 40 Hours per Week

    Position Summary:  The Administrative Program Supervisor provides active leadership to SummitStone locations as needed to ensure the successful operation of administrative and clinical service lines.  In collaboration with management and staff, the Administrative Program Supervisor will identify opportunities to standardize and streamline agency services and workflows, establishing standards and processes which ensure organizational resources are being utilized to optimal levels which are consistent with industry best practices. The Administrative Program Supervisor provides leadership and development opportunities for administrative staff members and serves as a resource and role model for all staff members.  This position is responsible for day-to-day on-site operations including attending to the immediate needs of staff, resolving interpersonal conflict between administrative team members, and preparing and guiding team members during operational changes.  Will assist with scheduled appointments and financial audits within the EMR system.

    RequiredBachelor's degree or equivalent experience;  1-3 years of Administrative Supervisor experience within a healthcare setting

    PreferredMinimum 3 years of directly relevant experience in the Health Care field;  Bilingual/Bicultural

    Please submit your resume and salary expectations to referrals@summitstonehealth.org.

  • 08/05/2020 8:55 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

    SummitStone is celebrating 60 years of service in Northern Colorado, we are one of the region’s largest and most dynamic behavioral health care employers.  Our network of programs and services offers an opportunity to join a team that makes a difference in people’s live

    Position Status: Full Time, 40 Hours per Week

    FLSA Status: Salaried/Exempt

    Position Summary- The Administrative Support Manager oversees designated sites to ensure the administrative service are operating effectively, identifies opportunities for efficiencies, and work to streamline workflow to maximize capacity. Responsible for supervising Administrative Supervisors within each of our five locations, as well as off-site leadership, which may include providing crisis intervention, attending to needs of staff within the building, problem solving between team members, or helping clients who need assistance. Create and develop process improvements, policies, and procedures. Perform other duties as assigned. 

    RequiredMinimum of 3-5 years of management experience in the healthcare field. Valid Colorado driver's license.

    PreferredBachelor's degree preferred and/or 3 years of Practice Manager experience. Bilingual/Bicultural

    Please submit your resume and salary expectations to referrals@summitstonehealth.org.

    SummitStone is celebrating 60 years of service in Northern Colorado, we are one of the region’s largest and most dynamic behavioral health care employers.  Our network of programs and services offers an opportunity to join a team that makes a difference in people’s lives. 

  • 08/05/2020 8:51 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)
    Department Information

    The Office of Saving People Money on Health Care (OSPMHC) was established by Governor Polis in 2019, and is led by Lieutenant Governor Dianne Primavera. The goal of the OSPMHC  is to identify and implement policies that will reduce health care costs while expanding access to quality care in every corner of Colorado.  

    Description of Job

    The Senior Health Policy Advisor will play a leadership role in the Polis-Primavera Administration’s effort to save people money on health care.  They will develop strategic policy and legislative analysis and recommendations, and brief and advise the Governor, Lt. Governor, Chief of Staff, and other administration officials concerning all the issue areas in their health care portfolio.

    Ideal candidates for this position will be strategic thinkers with strong facilitation and management skills and significant experience in health care policy work at the state and federal level. They will be effective communicators who are comfortable interacting with a wide range of stakeholders, including legislators, executive staff, advocates, and members of the public. They will be comfortable advocating for the OSPMHC, Lt. Governor, and Governor in diverse environments and have the coordination skills to ensure multiple teams are working together to achieve the health care goals of the Polis-Primavera Administration. 

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Study the drivers of health care costs and identify ways to make health care more affordable for individuals, small businesses, the uninsured, state government, and state employees. 
    • Reduce health care costs while ensuring culturally responsive and equitable access to quality care.
    • Identify and assess the role of specific policy initiatives and goals in the context of a broad agenda.  
    • Collaborate closely with teams in the Governor’s and Lt. Governor’s office and appropriate state agencies. Work closely with the Governor’s policy advisors, and the Governor’s legislative team to help advance the Governor’s agenda during legislative sessions.
    • Support legislative and state agency efforts. Develop and maintain strong working relationships, in partnership with the Senior Advisor for the OSPMHC, with key stakeholders and constituencies throughout the state to inform this work. 
    • Coordinate the Core 4 and All Roads Lead to Health Cabinets including facilitation, agenda-setting, increasing cross-agency collaboration, and ensuring the advancement of performance metrics (Wildly Important Goals).
    • Monitors legislative and administrative developments at the state and federal level that impact Colorado, particularly those that advance the Governor’s priorities.
    • Provide briefings, talking points and other work product for the Governor and Lt. Governor
    • Helps manage OSPMHC and staff. 
    Click here to read full job description

  • 03/10/2020 10:44 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

    The Practice Manager is responsible for overseeing the daily operations at all locations for Boulder Valley Center for Dermatology. The ideal candidate has at least a bachelor’s degree and at least three years of prior medical office supervisory experience. The Practice Manager must be a leadership-oriented, outgoing, enthusiastic problem-solver with exceptional customer service skills and skilled in information technology. He/she must be reliable, organized and utilize time wisely. This position requires knowledge of all facets of the practice and regular travel to satellite offices. The Practice Manager reports to the Practice Owners / MDs.

    Essential Functions

    Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    1. Oversight of daily operations, management of office locations

    2. Supervision and reconciliation of insurance submissions, collections, charges, bank deposits

    3. Ability to assess needs, assign priorities

    4. Oversight of electronic systems including scheduling, payroll, HR, benefits, risk management, compliance, phones, services documentation, point of sale, inventory management

    5. Facilities and equipment management

    6. Ability to make sound and informed decisions, recommend, initiate and implement organizational change

    7. Confidence in managing business partners, negotiating relationships

    Supervisory Responsibility

    Supervisory responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    1. Coordination of schedules, prioritization/delegation of work assignments, monitoring of workflow

    2. Hiring, training, coaching, motivating staff to highest levels of contribution

    3. Manage daily task assignments outside the typical Receptionist job description

    4. Review and establish front office protocols and procedures to ensure efficiency

    5. Screen resumes for new staff members

    6. Facilitate and execute Performance Reviews for all staff members


    This position requires travel to satellite offices, all within a 25-mile radius of Lafayette, CO, thus an unexpired driver’s license and reliable transportation are required.

    Required Education and Experience

    1. Bachelor’s degree required.

    2. At least three years of prior medical office supervisory required.

    Preferred Education and Experience

    1. Prior experience in Aesthetics/Dermatology

    2. Knowledge of EHR (specifically Athena), compliance, risk management

    To Apply, please send resume and cover letter to: info@bvderm.com.

  • 02/18/2020 8:45 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

    Medical Office – Denver, CO


    Busy specialty medical office is seeking a knowledgeable Medical Practice Manager with experience in leading a small team.

    Ideal candidate would be self-motivated, detail oriented, organized, possesses excellent written and interpersonal skills, ability to multi-task, and HCPCS coding concepts, and has a positive attitude. Occasionally this position will require work outside of clinic hours. Competitive salary.


    As a key team member of the practice, you will be called on to provide support and guidance in the following, not all-inclusive areas:


    · Strength in managing office staff as an effective leader and motivator

    · Communicate with billing company

    · Organize medical representative lunches

    · Calculate payroll hours for all employees

    · Organize and direct weekly staff meetings

    · New employee onboarding and training for all new and existing employees

    · Manage A/P and A/R with accountant

    · Invoice and collect monies on attorney offices for patient case reviews completed by doctor

    · Deposits (average 2x week)

    · Marketing


    · Assist Front Office Coordinator and Medical Assistant with all job duties, including scheduling and authorizations

    · Review all inbound and outbound referrals

    · Manage EMR updates

    · Oversee inventory kept by medical assistant

    · Order supplies

    · Resolve patient issues

    · Update and maintain CAQH file

    · Implement office policies and reinforce those policies for both employees and patient


    University of Denver area




    Prior management experience

    EMR knowledge

    Up to date with modern computer technology

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS Send cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to sjaramillo@davlong.com

  • 12/26/2019 11:56 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

    Job Title:  Office Manager

    Department:  Administration

    Reports to:  Practice Administrator

    Overtime Status:  Exempt

    Job Summary:

    The Office Manager is responsible for a variety of diverse administrative tasks such as: logistics, creating policies and procedures, patient satisfaction, social media monitoring and overall practice compliance.  The office manager provides administrative support to the Practice Administrator.

    Primary Job Responsibilities:


    ·       Coordinates logistics for the office.  Includes small moves, the research and organization of movers, pricing and satisfactory completion of project


    ·       Timely address any patient complaints by meeting face to face or calling patient.  Determine best course of action, escalate any major issues to Administrator, make record of any complaint and resolution, and work with the executive assistant on any patient terminations


    ·       Runs ads for positions that are open at clinic and does the first round of interviews.  Present top 3 candidates to Administrator for final selection

    ·       Organizes, creates, updates, monitors and disseminates all policy and procedures for staff

    ·       Assists in 401K functions such as: paperwork for loans and withdraws, spousal consents.  Produces annual and intermittent updates for staff.  Handles record keeping and organization of files.  Provides timely enrollment packets to newly eligible employees and organizes semi-annual meetings with wealth advisors

    ·       Organizes and tracks all training sessions for staff in office.  Keeps accurate records by employee by training neede


    ·       Reviews all alerts from electronic health record company and disseminates information to appropriate staff i.e.; IT, billing, clinical staff, etc.  Files cases as needed with customer service, follow and investigates outcomes and impact on clinic functionality. 

    ·       Collects and manages HISP addresses for all outside referring physicians and those physicians the clinic refers to


    ·       Works with SEO company on keeping accurate information on our website and monitors all social media sites for practice enterprise


    ·       Creates invoices and tracks billing for Clinical Research conducted in office


    ·       Coordinates all compliance plans and ensures timely training for such plans such as; HIPAA, and OSHA

    ·       Monitors and upgrades current compliance plans on an as needed basis, no less than annually

    ·       Responsible for successful completion and maintenance of PCI compliance, SRA compliance, CLIA compliance, MIPS compliance


    ·       This position reports directly to the Practice Administrator and works closely with the Administrator on special projects. 


    Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts Degree in Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or related field


    Minimum of three years of management and compliance experience in private medical practice or a private health care organization

    Performance Requirements:


    ·       Knowledge of principles, regulations and practices of compliance for health care organization

    ·       Knowledge of various software programs to include but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite, EMR functionality, Practice Management

    ·       Overall knowledge of required policies and procedures for private practice health care organization


    ·       Skill in exercising a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion and decision-making to achieve goals

    ·       Skill in interpreting data, analyzing situations accurately, and understanding effective action

    ·       Skill in organizing work, and achieving goals

    ·       Skill in developing, applying, interpreting and coordinating policies and procedures

    ·       Skill in written and verbal communication

    Equipment Operated:

    ·       Standard office equipment including computers, fax machines, copiers, printers, scanners, telephones among other equipment

    Work Environment:

    ·       Medical office, well lighted, well ventilated.  Work may be stressful due to deadlines, continual interaction with others and occasional evening or weekend work (for example a move)

    Physical Requirements:

    ·       Must possess the physical and mental abilities to perform the tasks normally associated with an Office Manager’s responsibilities including:

    walking, bending, standing, reaching and sitting


    Colorado Springs Dermatology Clinic, PC, will be accepting applications via email to jspurgeon@csderm.com.  Open application period is from 12/19/2019 through 1/3/2020.

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