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  • 06/21/2018 8:39 PM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

    ·         Position Title: Practice Administrator

    ·         Organization Name: Eye Care Center of Northern Colorado

    ·         Date Needed: ASAP

    ·         City: Longmont

    ·         Type of Position: Full Time

    ·         Experience Requirement: A minimum of five years of management-level experience in a private medical practice setting

    ·         Description & Details:

    About the Position
    Are you the right professional to lead our successful eye care practice into the future? Eye Care Center of Northern Colorado seeks a highly qualified, energetic, and leadership-oriented individual to serve as the practice administrator for our growing practice. This person reports directly to the board of directors and is responsible for creating and implementing business development initiatives, managing practice operations, directing and developing staff, and monitoring/reporting on the financial health of the practice.

    A minimum of five years of management-level experience in a private medical practice setting is required. Specific experience in the ophthalmology space is highly desired. A strong background in strategic planning, business and clinical operations, financial management, human resources, marketing, and team development is the perfect match for our dynamic work culture. Our practice culture is characterized by caring providers and staff who are committed to excellence in all that we do.

    The ideal candidate will possess the following core value:

    • Integrity
    • Honesty
    • Fairness
    • Excellence
    • Team player
    • Takes personal ownership for the success of the corporations

    This position is based in our main office in Longmont, with occasional travel required to satellite offices in Lafayette, Boulder, and Greeley. Our offices are equipped with state-of-the-art eye care technology and provide a comfortable and professional work environment for our entire team. 


    The practice has partnered with BSM Consulting to conduct the application process.

    To submit your CONFIDENTIAL application, resume, and cover letter,
    please visit our BSM Career Center
    at: https://bsmconsulting.hirecentric.com/jobs/140804.html 

    No calls or emails, please.


    About the Practice
    Eye Care Center of Northern Colorado provides specialized, comprehensive eye care services to patients in the Longmont, Lafayette, Boulder, Denver, Fort Collins, and Greeley areas. As one of Colorado's most advanced facilities for eye health, surgery, and vision correction, we invest in the latest eye care technologies available. Our highly trained specialists are available to provide treatment to any condition and visual correction, including cataract, retina, glaucoma, cornea, LASIK, and oculoplastics. Our team of eight ophthalmologists and two optometrists are focused on providing the highest level of eye care services in the area, and our patients love the convenience of our full optical center. In addition to this convenience, our aesthetic center and medical spa provide patients with comfort and flexibility when choosing from a wide spectrum of aesthetic treatments.

    JOB DESCRIPTION

     REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

    1. Bachelor's degree required. An advanced degree in healthcare administration or business administration is highly desirable.
    2. Minimum 5-years' experience at a managerial level within the health care industry, preferably in eyecare.

    ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND ABILITIES

    1. Excellent operational and financial management skills, specifically within a health care practice setting, including understanding of financial statements, standard accounting principles, and budgetary experience. Experience in an ophthalmology setting a plus.
    2. Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership techniques, and operational oversight.
    3. Exceptional staff recruiting, development, and managerial skills; thorough understanding of HR-related regulatory compliance issues, including but not limited to federal and state hiring and employment laws, as well as HIPAA and OSHA regulations.
    4. Demonstrated leadership skills, including the ability to gain trust and respect, achieve consensus, focus staff on the vision and goals of the practice, prioritize and execute team-based projects, set appropriate performance expectations, demonstrate and maintain personal accountability, and administrate performance management actions in a fair and balanced manner.
    5. Excellent analytical skills and solution-focused approaches.
    6. Working knowledge of business contracts such as third-party payer contracts, employment contracts, shareholder agreements, vendor agreements, and lease agreements; experience with contract negotiation is required.
    7. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; ability to express concepts with clarity and professionalism – both in writing and verbally.
    8. Exceptional time management and organization skills, including the ability to manage and prioritize multiple priorities simultaneously.
    9. Superior emotional intelligence while performing all responsibilities in this position.
    10. Experience with a fully-integrated medical office software package, including electronic medical records (EMR) would be extremely beneficial.

    Equal Opportunity Employer
    Eye Care Center of Northern Colorado is an equal employment opportunity employer and complies with all applicable laws relating to discrimination against qualified applicants or employees in hiring or in any decision affecting job status, pay, or any other terms and conditions of employment based on race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, familial status, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, age, or other applicable protected classes.


  • 06/21/2018 8:37 PM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

    About the Position
    Well-established and successful cataract, refractive and comprehensive, three-provider ophthalmic practice seeks Practice Administrator to lead the practice into the future. The Administrator will work with the practice owner to implement plans for business growth, continually improve operations, provide strategic direction, and coordinate all practice activities. The Administrator will enjoy the support of long-tenured, productive staff, and a strong, positive practice culture of learning and teamwork.


    The practice has partnered with BSM Consulting to conduct the application process.

    To submit your CONFIDENTIAL application, resume, and cover letter,
    please visit our Career Center
    at: https://bsmconsulting.hirecentric.com/jobs/140893.html

    No calls or emails, please.


    About the Practice
    Montgomery Eye Care has 18 years of proven stability while maintaining significant growth. With a provider team of two anterior segment ophthalmologists and a full-time optometrist, the practice enjoys a great community reputation and strong co-management relations built upon providing outstanding outcomes. Significant year-over-year growth provides an excellent foundation for the practice to execute their growth strategies.

    Practice Mission: Montgomery Eye Care is devoted to diagnosing, maintaining, enhancing and correcting eyesight by using state-of-the-art technology that will result in better vision, and a better quality of life.

    About the Area
    The practice is located in Northglenn, CO - close to the city of Thornton, and just a short drive from downtown Denver. The nearly 38,650 residents of Northglenn enjoy small neighborhoods with accessible schools, convenient shopping centers, parks, lakes, open spaces, and outdoor recreation facilities. The community is connected by the well-planned Greenway Trail System, with 28 miles of off-street walking and biking paths that align with larger trail systems throughout the Denver metro area. Residents enjoy 300 days of sunshine year-round and close proximity to both mountain getaways and big city amenities. With a relatively dry climate, the summer heat and winter cold are more moderate than more humid climates.

    JOB DESCRIPTION 

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE 

    • A bachelor's degree in healthcare administration, business administration, or other related fields, or commensurate experience required.
    • A minimum of three years' experience leading a private practice physician group of similar size.
    • Ophthalmology experience preferred but not required. Certified Ophthalmic Executive (COE) a plus.
    • A combination of leadership experience in all facets of healthcare management including clinical operations, human resources, finance and accounting, accounts receivables, coding and billing, and project management.
    • A stable work history that demonstrates commitment and loyalty in a leadership position.
    • A working knowledge of technology, including electronic health records, electronic practice management system, patient portal, and electronic systems to process patient claims and verify patient eligibility.
    • Additional experience with non-covered and retail services such as optical, cosmetic surgery, and LASIK are preferred.

    ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND ABILITIES 

    • Ability to work with physicians to develop and execute the business plan and budget for practice.
    • Ability to effectively monitor and manage accounts receivable and accounts payable.
    • Ability to develop staff members and build a well-trained, cohesive team.
    • Ability to express clearly, tactfully, and succinctly both in writing and orally.
    • Ability to problem solve and provide recommended solutions back to physicians.
    • Provides leadership stability and organizational skills to physicians, staff, and patients.
    • Exclusive Employment: Employee agrees to devote full time and attention to the business affairs of the practice.

    Equal Opportunity Employer
    Montgomery Eye Care is an equal employment opportunity employer and complies with all applicable laws relating to discrimination against qualified applicants or employees in hiring or in any decision affecting job status, pay, or any other terms and conditions of employment based on race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, familial status, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, age, or other applicable protected classes.


  • 02/24/2018 8:18 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)


    Position Title: Clinical Operations Manager

    Organization Name: University of Colorado, College of Nursing

    Date Needed: ASAP

    City:  Campus Health Center – 12348 E. Montview Blvd, Aurora, CO 80045 and Belleview Point Clinic – 5001 S. Parker Road, Aurora, CO 80015

    Type of Position: Full-time

    Experience Required and Description and Details:


    Nature of Work:

    The University of Colorado, College of Nursing, is seeking a full time (1.0 FTE), benefits eligible Clinic Operations Manager to oversee the College of Nursing Campus Health Center Clinic on the Anschutz Medical Campus and Belleview Point Clinic located in South Denver. This position will manage all aspects of both small medical clinics.

     

    Clinic Descriptions:

    The Campus Health Center (CHC) and Belleview Point invites anyone who works or studies on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus to receive the right type of care at the right time. Additionally we welcome the public/community by taking most insurance types.  We accept same day appointments for convenient access and our board-certified practitioners have full prescriptive authority. The clinics strive to enhance our multi-disciplinary care experience for patients by providing an integrated care model which include a large spectrum of physical and mental health care opportunities, thereby exposing our community and students, faculty staff of future scientists, health professionals and public health practitioners to seamless and coordinated systems of care.

     

    Supervision Received:

    Works under general supervision of the Clinical Operations Program Director for Clinical and Community Affairs as part of the College of Nursing (CON) faculty practices, but is given the latitude to make decisions on projects that he/she is accountable for.

     

    Supervision Exercised:

    This position oversees employees in each clinic including but not limited to receptionists and medical assistants.

     

    Examples of Work Performed:

    Supervise daily operations and support staff, including:

    Holding staff accountable for meeting productivity expectations and timely documentation of services

    Coach and counsel assigned staff to include completion and communication of performance appraisals, ongoing communication, and initiation of corrective action when needed

    Participates in the selection and hiring of providers and staff

    Conduct and/or arranges pertinent trainings for personnel

    ·         Reviews, analyzes and approves expenditures to ensure compliance with established budgets

    ·         Ensure strict compliance with University and professional policies/procedures

    ·         Order and maintains medical equipment and supplies

    ·         Coordinate with College of Nursing Human Resources and the Office of Clinical & Community Affairs to post job descriptions

    ·         Conduct monthly staff meetings

    ·         Facilitate integrated care model with physical and behavioral health providers to improve efficiency and quality

    ·         Assist with development, use, analysis, and feedback of clinical performance measurement indicators, processes, and audits

    ·         Conduct routine audits as required, to evaluate the effectiveness of clinical controls and process related to the Campus Health Center and Belleview Point.

    ·         Works with principal investigators to assist with grant writing and reporting when applicable

    ·         Manage concerns and issues related to health information technology (HIT) and coordinate solutions with OIT and Epic staff

    ·         Keep apprised of changes in HIT and update staff and providers

    ·         Attend relevant Office of Clinical & Community Affairs and CON meetings

    ·         Serve as liaison between clinic and Anschutz Health and Wellness Center, patients, providers, collaborating partners, community members, and others as needed

    ·         Practice safety, environmental, and/or infection control methods

    ·         Participate in overall marketing strategy for Campus Health Center and Belleview Point

    ·         Provide back-up assistance to front and back office assistants, when required, including vacation and sick leave coordination

    ·         Other duties as assigned

     

    Skill and Ability Requirements:

    ·         Considerable degree of independent judgment and work priorities

    ·         Daily clinical operations of the clinics including staffing and process flow

    ·         Ability to use computer and clinic software

    ·         Knowledge of current medical procedures and understanding of basic medical terminology

    ·         Interpersonal skills to work effectively with students, patients, their families, and other members of

    the health care team

    ·         Data analysis and patient outcome tracking

    ·         Marketing experience

    ·         Strong collaborative nature

     

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university, school, or program in Public Health, Health Care Administration, Business Administration, Public Administration, Communications or a closely related field. 
    • Five years clinical operations program management experience
    • One year electronic health records (EHR) experience

    Substitutions:

    ·         Relevant experience may substitute for the bachelor’s degree on a year-for-year basis.

    ·         A master’s degree from an accredited university, school, or program in Public Health, Health Care Administration, Business Administration, Public Administration, Communications or a closely related field may substitute for an unrelated bachelor’s degree.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Master degree from an accredited university, school, or program in Public Health, Health Care Administration, Business Administration, Public Administration, Communications or a closely related field
    • Previous experience working at an academic health center
    • BLS/CPR certified

    Interested applicants should apply on the University of Colorado website.  The follow URL is a quick link that will take applicants directly to the open posting:

     

    https://cu.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=12653&lang=en


    • 02/12/2018 10:26 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

      Position Title: Senior Accountant

      Organization Name: Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies

      Date Needed: Now

      City: Fort Collins, CO

      Type of Position: Full Time

      Experience Requirement: 

      •          Advanced degree in Accounting
      •          3+ years accounting experience in
      •          Exceptional advanced Excel skills
      •          Healthcare experience preferred
      •         Great Plains and Paylocity experience preferred

      Description & Details:

      •          Supervise Accounting Staff (A/P and Payroll) and assist as needed
      •          Maintain general ledger
      •          Prepare and analyze financial statements (P&L, Balance Sheet) with proper explanation for variances
      •         Prepare monthly physician production reports
      •         Completion of monthly bank reconciliations
      •          Coordinate expense management, including analysis of budget to actual and explanation of variances
      •          Prepare audit supporting work papers and coordinate with independent auditors
      •          Additional accounting duties as needed 
      Please send resume to: janderson@orthohealth.com
    • 01/23/2018 9:17 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

       

      Position:     Office Administrative Manager (OAM) – Colorado Allergy and Asthma

      Location:    Currently 2 positions Broomfield& Highlands Ranch

      Hours:      Full-Time, 4 days/week, 40 hours/week

      Position Purpose:  Reporting to the Clinic Manager, this exempt, full-time position is responsible for the management of the front office while assuring patient satisfaction by working as a team member with the front and back office personnel.  We are looking for a positive, experienced, responsible individual to contribute depth & knowledge to our busy practice.

      Responsibilities include:

      • Coordinates office schedules for providers; manages staff schedules and personnel performance; performs daily trouble-shooting of schedules with patients, staff, and physicians.
      • Reviews daily MD/PA schedules to evaluate flow; patient flow/staffing needs; coordinates staffing issues with the Clinic Manager.
      • Analyzes budget expenses relating to personnel, equipment, supplies, etc.
      • Assures the highest standards of customer service are met by all team members.
      • Assures patient satisfaction by working as a team member with all personnel.
      • Demonstrates accuracy in recording all pertinent information in patient records.
      • Demonstrates knowledge of management and leadership in carrying out office policies and procedures.
      • Attends Supervisory meetings.
      • Works with the Patient Finance Office to assure compliance with all billing policies and procedures; educates and trains front office staff on aforementioned policies and procedures.
      • Demonstrates ability to perform proficiently as an Office Assistant and Clinic Assistant
      • Demonstrates flexibility and professionalism; maintains open communication and a team-oriented work environment with all departments.
      • Takes initiative and is a self-starter.
      • Ensures OSHA and HIPAA Compliancy.
      • Other duties as deemed necessary.

      *Responsibilities are subject to change at any time based on the company needs

      Prerequisites:

      1. Graduate of accredited Medical Assistant School or combination of exp. & education.
      2. Minimum of 3 years medical office experience.
      3. Minimum of 3 years in a supervisory role.
      4. Ability to communicate well at all levels.
      5. Demonstrated ability to set a professional example, be flexible and office responsible.
      6. Experience with PPO and HMO insurances.

      Contact:          Jill Yousaf, 720-858-7433, hr@coloradoallergy.com or fax (720-858-7605)

       

    • 01/08/2018 12:43 PM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

       Position:          Medical Executive Assistant

      Location:        Denver Administration

      Hours:             Full-time, 36 hours per week (four, 9-hour days)

      Position Purpose:  This non-exempt, full-time position is responsible for medical administrative support by working as a team member with all personnel; works under the direction of the Director of Clinic Operations.  

      Responsibilities:

      • Employs critical thinking skills by identifying problems and then analyzing, processing and determining best practice for quality outcome
      • Applies medical standards to policies and procedures
      • Exhibits knowledge of disease process and outcomes
      • Maintains highest level of confidentiality at all levels of the practice, as well as outside the practice
      • Plans and organizes work flow to meet deadlines
      • Become resident-expert on required reporting and ability to teach, communicate and mentor others in regards to said reporting
      • Medical document development and maintenance to be compliant with medical malpractice standards
      • Maintains high level computer skills (Word, Excel, Outlook) with the ability to produce spreadsheets and ability to analyze and report data at high level
      • Demonstrates flexibility, professionalism and a high-level of motivation
      • Communicates well in written and oral manner at all levels (providers, management & staff)
      • Is actively engaged in training and mentoring new staff
      • Takes initiative and is a self-starter
      • Performs additional duties as deemed necessary
      • OSHA and HIPAA Compliant

      *Responsibilities are subject to change based on company needs

      Prerequisites:

      1. Graduate of accredited Medical Assistant, EMT or LPN/LVN School or
      2. Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences and/or Biology
      3. Current CPR Certification
      4. Clinical experience preferred in Allergy, Asthma, Immunology
      5. Proficient in medical terminology
      6. Excellent typing skills (minimum of 65 wpm), grammar, spelling, punctuation (high level of accuracy)
      • 7.      Display high level computer skills in Excel and other Microsoft Programs

      Contact:          Jill Yousaf: hr@coloradoallergy.com or via phone 720-858-7433 or via fax 720-858-7605

    • 10/25/2017 9:41 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

       

      ·         Date Needed: When the ideal candidate is found

      ·         City: Littleton

      ·         Type of Position: Part-Time/Full Time – Full Time

      ·         Experience Requirement:  Required 1 year, preferred 3 years

      ·         Description & Details

      We are looking for a well-qualified Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner to join a small, private, patient-focused, otolaryngology and allergy practice in Littleton.  Our practice is a thriving, friendly atmosphere, providing comprehensive medical and surgical care of the ear, nose, and throat.  We treat all aspects of the ear, nose, and throat, specializing in treating nasal, sinus, and upper respiratory disorders using innovative and minimally invasive diagnostic and therapeutic techniques. We have been treating adult and pediatric patients for over 11 years in the South Denver, Littleton, and Centennial area. 

      Position:  This full-time position is directly responsible for the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of patients of all ages with otolaryngology and allergy-related related illnesses.  We are looking for a positive, experienced, responsible individual to contribute expertise to our busy practice. Duties include, but are not limited to: 

      Responsibilities:

      ·         Follow up of adult and patients with an established plan of care

      ·         Management of chronically ill or acutely ill patients

      ·         Performing in office diagnostic and therapeutic in office procedures

      ·         Administrative oversight of Medical Assistants and LPNs

      ·         Personal and professional growth

      ·         Demonstrates flexibility, professionalism and leadership

      ·         Maintains open communication and a team-oriented work environment

      ·         Takes initiative and is a self-starter

      ·         Performs additional duties as deemed necessary

      ·         OSHA and HIPAA compliant

      * Responsibilities are subject to change based on the practice’s needs and qualifications of the applicant

      Prerequisites:

      1.      Graduate of an accredited PA or NP Program

      2.     Current Colorado PA or NP License

      3.      Minimum of 1 year experience (3 years preferred)

      4.      Current National Certification

      5.      Experience preferred with both adult and pediatric patients

      6.      Current CPR certification

      Benefits include:  Competitive salary, Medical, 401(k), and a generous profit plan, malpractice coverage and vacation/sick/CME allowance.  No nights, no holidays, no weekends or routine call coverage. 

      Please address the following in your cover letter:

      ·         How many years of experience do you have in the medical field and specifically in otolaryngology and allergy?

      ·         Do you have a current PA License or NP License and CPR Certification?

      ·         What is your salary requirement and/or history (please do not put negotiable)?

      Please respond directly to Andrew MacArthur:  macarthura@coloradopulmonary.com

       

    • 10/09/2017 9:37 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

      Position Title:   Medical Office Manager

      Organization Name: Accent Dermatology and Laser Institute      

      Date Needed: mid-November 2017

      City: Golden, CO

      Type of Position: Full-Time, Salaried

      Fast-paced dermatology office has an opening for an experienced, full-time, salaried office manager.  Must have at least two years of medical office management experience.  Bachelor’s degree preferred.  Candidate must be willing to cross-train to work all front-office positions.   Partners closely with the physician partners to run a successful medical practice.  Salary commensurate with experience.

      The office manager is responsible for the oversight of daily operations of the office, including coordination of daily staff activities and work flow, delegation of work duties, oversight of training and scheduling, assistance with staff issues, and evaluation of staff in partnership with physician partners.

      • Oversees human resource functions including recruiting, hiring, staff performance, benefit coordination, and resolution of administrative problems
      • Possesses excellent oral and written communication skills as well as top-notch computer skills
      • Is a flexible problem-solver with a sense of humor
      • Is able to multi-task while maintaining open communication with staff and providers
      • Encourages high morale and a professional environment
      • Responds to inquiries from patients, insurance carriers, outside agencies, staff, providers and vendors with a strong customer-service perspective
      • Enters weekly payables into QuickBooks software
      • Works seamlessly with billing company and accountant to resolve any patient or vendor inquiries
      • Works with property management / IT vendor staff to solve any property maintenance or computer issues
      • Oversees implementation of compliance regulations and suggests appropriate changes
      • Ensures that quality standards and improvement plans of the practice are implemented
      • Participates with physician partners in negotiation of contracts
      • Stays abreast of trends in healthcare and seeks professional development opportunities
      • Complies with federal and state laws and advises physician partners of any issues

       Please submit resume and at least two references to admin@coloradoderm.com

       

    • 09/20/2017 9:51 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

      Position Title: Revenue Manager

      Organization Name: Orthopaedic & Spine Center

      Date Needed: Now

      City: Fort Collins

      Type of Position: Full Time

      Experience Requirement: Education: 4 Year Degree; Preferred Skills: Formal training/education to include 3-5 years in medical billing, with direct management experience.  Must have strong understanding and experience in all areas of Healthcare Revenue Cycle management. Strong analytical and Excel skills essential.  Experience with Centricity Practice Solution and Experian solutions strongly recommended.

      Description & Details: Position manages all aspects of the daily workflow of the revenue cycle collections.  This includes direct supervision of insurance coordinators and authorizations/benefits.  Ensures complete compliance with all regulatory rules and regulations

      send resumes to: janderson@orthohealth.com 

    • 09/05/2017 2:09 PM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

      Office Position – Medical Practice Manager

      Job Type – full time, salaried, Monday-Friday (no call responsibilities)

      Education – Bachelor Degree in Healthcare Administration or related field, preferable with Masters in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, or related field

      Experience – minimum of five years of experience with medical office management

      Salary – TBD

      Essential Functions

      •          The medical practice manager is responsible for the oversight of daily operations of the office team.  The practice manager coordinates the daily activities of the office team, monitors the work flow within, delegates work assignments, assures appropriate training is maintained, assist team members in problem resolution, provides reports of individual and team performance to the practice partners.
      •   Bill payment reports monthly and annually
      •  Knowledgeable of billing practices for Medicaid and third-party payers, overseeing billing practices to ensure efficient and cost efficient processes are in place
      •    Oversees HR and ensures effective administration/limitation of compensation, benefits, job descriptions, personnel
      •   Displays exceptional customer services skills and responding to all inquiries from patients, insurance carriers, outside agencies, internal departments and coworkers when appropriate
      • Strong ability to multi-task; problem solving skills, and adaptability
      •  Ensures effective physical management of operations.  Oversees financial and business affairs of the medical practice and clinical research operations–accounting, budgeting, and internal controls.  Insures operational effectiveness, emphasized cost containment without jeopardizing innovation quality of care.
      •  Implements and maintains compliance regulations.  Continually monitors operations, programs, and physical properties.  Initiate appropriate changes.
      • Resolves operational problems including the maintenance of clinical property, computer systems and installed software applications
      •  Resolves any medical/administrative problems and keeps lines of communication open with staff to ensure high employee moral and a professional, healthful medical office and research atmosphere.
      •  Act as a compliance officer for the practice, developing, implementing, and maintaining its compliance plan
      •  Ensure that quality standards of the practice are implemented.
      •  Participates in contract and business negotiations with insurance plans and other entities with whom the organization does business
      •  Maintains professional affiliations and enhances professional development to keep current and the latest healthcare trends and developments.
      •  Complies with Federal, state, and professional requirements by adhering to the regulations and advising management of problems and actions needed.

       Please submit resume and three references to jamesknight64@yahoo.com

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