Cardiovascular Service Line Administrator Sun Health c/o MSA Executive Search
Sun City, Arizona
Posted September 20, 2006 Sun Health is a not-for-profit, community-owned network of healthcare services providing world-class acute, long-term, residential, and home care to the Northwest Valley communities. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer’s of both Boswell Hospital and Del Webb Hospital, the newly created position of– Cardiovascular Service Line Administrator provides leadership and direction for Sun Health’s cardiovascular services. Areas of responsibility include strategic planning, service line, program and business development, marketing, physician partnering and integration of cardiovascular services, across multiple sites. Ideal candidates will have a Master’s degree with a minimum of ten years progressive cardiovascular services management experience, ideally within a multi-site healthcare system. Candidates must demonstrate a progressive knowledge of cardiovascular services and technology, excellent medical staff relationships and the ability to grow programs and operate successfully in a fast-paced, dynamic marketplace. The Northwest Valley and its communities of Surprise, Peoria, Glendale, Sun City, Sun City West, and Avondale are among the fastest growing in the entire state. Quality of life offers the beauty of the deserts and the mountains, with the vibrancy of a great city—Phoenix. For confidential consideration, please contact Mark Madden, Senior Vice President, or
Kim Kueser, Research Associate at (816) 373-9988, or [email protected]
Director, Outpatient Heart Center and Neurodiagnostics
Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital
Palo Alto, CA
PWe seek a strong and effective leader to provide clinical and administrative management of this highly sophisticated function, including developing and attaining short- and long-term goals and overseeing overall operations in the Cardiac Clinic, Cardiology Services and Neurodiagnostic Center for in and outpatients at LPCH. In collaboration with the Co-Medical Directors and other colleagues, you will assure quality diagnostic and therapeutic services are provided at all times, coordinate operational planning activities, and integrate diagnostic services program and operational changes. We’ll also rely on you to develop/implement department policies and procedures, including all electronic information technology policies contributing to our long-term goal of an electronic health record.
This highly visible opportunity requires a customer-focused professional with a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred), 10+ years of increasingly responsible department management experience in a progressive healthcare environment, and knowledge of new and changing standards, including clinical, reimbursement, regulatory, Title XXII and JCAHO standards. Experience with labor relations is also necessary, along with the demonstrated application of progressive management theory and practice as they apply to systems analysis, financial and human resources management, organizational development, planning, marketing and governmental regulations. Recent experience bringing about/supporting significant organizational change is essential, along with an understanding of the implications of pediatric care and familiarity with computerized systems and software. Your ability to conceptualize customer satisfaction strategies and champion the philosophy will be key to your success.
To ensure your application is captured in our official files, you MUST apply online to Req # 8508 at: jobs.lpch.org.
For specific questions about the job, you may email: [email protected]
Equal Opportunity Employer Chief Operations Officer Wolcott, Wood and Taylor
Posted September 20, 2006
Immediate need: COO for Wolcott, Wood and Taylor, provider of billing and other management functions to the medical services plan for the College of Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago. Reporting to the WWT President, the COO leads staff and is responsible for directing overall business office functions. Main duties: planning/directing patient insurance, billing, collections; establishing/maintaining key relationships; developing and implementing process improvements; assisting with capital budget initiatives; and establishing third-party relationships. Requirements: BS in business or equivalent, advanced degree preferred; 10+ years’ leadership in medical billing; solid grasp of billing and insurance/reimbursement issues. Higher education background desirable. Must be effective manager and leader with exceptional interpersonal abilities. Solid IS skills and accounting/budgetary experience required. Understanding of relevant Illinois regulations desirable. With over 25,000 students and 12,000 faculty and staff, UIC is the area’s largest university, a top 50 research institution and a vital part of the educational, technological, health care and cultural fabric of the region. Please send letter of interest and resume (MS Word) to: Koppen & Associates LLC 8012 Bonhomme St. Louis, MO 63105 Phone: 800-984-9774 fax: 314.721.9760
Email: [email protected]
Job Code: WWT225. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Executive Geisinger Health System Danville, PA
Posted September 19, 2006
Geisinger Health System seeks an astute business-oriented and oncology-knowledgeable leader to oversee operations for its system-wide cancer service line. Geisinger’s cancer service line includes state-of-the-art treatments, education, and research services at three hospitals and multiple community-based locations across central and northeastern Pennsylvania.
This executive will provide leadership in integrating operations, and be responsible for patient care; financial performance; program development,
implementation and management across the system. This is an excellent opportunity for a seasoned executive to team with Geisinger’s renowned cancer specialists and excellent support staff in this thriving program. The ideal candidate will hold a degree in healthcare or related business field (MBA/MHA preferred) and have a minimum of 5 years healthcare experience, preferably in oncology. Proven mastery of positive staff and physician relations; team building experience is mandatory. Solid leadership as well as problem-solving, analytical and program implementation experience required.
Position is based at Geisinger Medical Center, a tertiary/quaternary care center and Regional Resource Trauma Center (Level 1), located in the scenic Susquehanna River Valley of central Pennsylvania. Geisinger is a nationally recognized healthcare leader, providing a complete continuum of care to more than 2 million people in 31 counties throughout central and northeastern Pennsylvania.
If you are interested in leading our team, we invite you to contact us today: Margaret Heffers, Associate Vice President Human Resources 100 North Academy Avenue Danville, PA 17822-2428 Phone: 1.800.845.7112 Fax: 1.800.622.2515
Email: [email protected]
Geisinger is a drug-screening employer; EOE/M/F/D/V
Oncology Services Manager CMH Regional Cancer Center Wilmington, OH
Posted September 19, 2006
Caring, Committed, Compassionate, Strategic- these are the key characteristics we are looking for in our new Oncology Services Manager who will develop and coordinate our comprehensive, state of the art cancer program. The program includes: •Radiation Oncology •Medical Oncology •Inpatient Care •Psychosocial Services •Cancer Screening Programs •Cancer Committee •Tumor Registry •Cancer Center Operations Requirements include a Bachelor’s in related field, a broad and intensive knowledge of hospital administration and allied health, 3-5 years administrative/management experience in health care environment, and the ability to identify short term and long term operational/strategic issues and lead/facilitate/coordinate solutions and vision to solve them. Master’s degree preferred. CMH offers excellent compensation and great benefits that include participation in the Public Employees Retirement System!
Be a part of the new CMH Regional Cancer Center- a place where healing hand plant the seeds of hope, loving care and a revitalized life.
To apply, please e-mail or go to our website at:
Cardiology Administrator DEBORAH Heart and Lung Center Browns Mills, NJ
Posted September 19, 2006
In this role, you will work with the Chairman of Cardiology, the hospital’s Chief Operating officer and sub-section department heads and our employed medical staff to plan, lead, direct and manage the administrative and business operations of the Cardiology department. You will be responsible for the day-to-day operations management as well as accountability for cardiology annual budgeting, cost control, methods and non-clinical personnel.
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Practice Manager Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Lebanon, NH
Posted September 14, 2006
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Practice Manager for several of our sub-specialty academic practices. In this exciting role you will have the opportunity to provide strong financial management support, Human Resources direction and leadership for the operations of our highly productive clinical practices. Practice Managers at DHMC work collaboratively with the Section Chief and the Administrative Director on daily practice operations, as well as the development of strategic planning initiatives within the practice and institution. You will experience the satisfaction of performing your work in an academic medical center with state-of-the-art facilities.
Requirements include previous experience in a physician group practice along with significant management experience in operations, fiscal (including patient revenue) management, and working side-by-side with physicians and associate providers. Practice Managers at DHMC must have a bachelor’s degree, although a master’s degree is preferred. The successful practice manager exhibits excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills. Practice Managers must also be able to deal effectively with all levels of staff and with the general public.
Vice President, Hospital Administration for Surgical Services William Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak, MI
Posted September 14, 2006
Reporting to the Hospital Administrator with partner relationship to the Chair of Surgery, this newly created position is a key member of the Executive Team and will serve as Senior Executive for all Surgical Services. He/she will be empowered to facilitate all aspects of Surgical Services functions by serving as the key contact for Department Chairs and Division Chiefs to facilitate a high level of administrative support for strategic planning, marketing, public relations, philanthropy, clinical research, educational programs and publications. The Surgical Services Department performed 19,148 inpatient and 35,957 outpatient surgeries in 2005. The hospital is a 1,061-bed tertiary care teaching and research hospital that is second in the U.S. for outpatient surgeries and inpatient admissions. It is also Michigan’s only Magnet hospital. Requirements: 7-10 years of progressive management experience with a minimum of 5 years in an Administrator/Director-level role within a large complex surgical setting. Master’s Degree required, as well as process improvement and business development experience. Tim Ignash Founder/President Aegis Group Search Consultants, LLC 41451 W. 11 Mile Rd. Novi, MI 48375 Phone (248) 344-1450 FAX (248) 347-2231
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Chief Administrative Officer 1199 SEIU Family of Funds New York, NY
Posted September 14, 2006
The 1199SEIU Family of Funds, which include the National Benefit and Pension Funds (NBF), the Training and Employment Funds (TEF) and the Child Care Funds (CCF), seeks a highly motivated, accomplished and experienced management executive to be its Chief Administrative Officer for Cross Funds Administrative Services. The position is responsible for administrative operations of all three Funds and serves as part of the senior management team. This is a new position that will report directly to the Executive Director of the NBF. Administrative services include information technology, human resources, facilities management, member eligibility and legal operations. Project management capacity for major information technology projects will also be developed under this position. The 1199SEIU Family of Funds, located in New York City, are joint labor-management multi-employer Funds. Currently, each of the Funds provides benefits and services to the healthcare workers represented by 1199SEIU Healthcare Workers East, along with their dependents. In order to better serve the members, ensure consistency in the delivery of services, and reduce duplication of work, the Funds are in the process of consolidating administrative services common to all. These services include finance, accounting, information technology, human resources, facilities management and legal operations. It is anticipated that the organizational consolidation of these services will be completed by December 31, 2006. Member eligibility is already consolidated. The Executive Director of NBF is responsible for these consolidated services and reports to a Cross Fund Joint Trustee committee in this capacity. It is expected that the Chief Administrative Officer will provide leadership to the consolidation of information technology, human resources, facilities management and legal operations and to the development of a project management capacity for major information technology projects. The new Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) for Cross Fund Administrative Services will provide leadership to the cross fund consolidation initiative, including oversight and integration of the organizations that provide administrative services, provision of strategic and tactical recommendations for the consolidation of currently separate administrative information systems, and the standardization of operational policies. In addition, the CAO will be responsible for the day-to-day management of administrative operations across all funds in a fashion that provides for efficient operations and responsive services. Key responsibilities will include information technology, human resources, facilities management, member eligibility and legal operations. Project management for major information technology projects will be developed under this position. This is an opportunity to assist in the development of a major initiative across all the Funds serving 1199SEIU members and the healthcare industry and to prioritize the activities needed to achieve full integration of administrative activities among all the Funds. A background in administration, including strategic planning, information technology and human resources, is required in order to plan for the integration of administrative systems and to evaluate current practices and systems. The CAO will be required to communicate with and support business managers with diverse missions, serving a common membership. The CAO will also be required to work closely with the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for Cross Fund Administrative Services to ensure that the administrative and financial integration of the fund groups are aligned. The CAO will provide leadership to the integration of information systems across the funds. The successful candidate will bring broad knowledge and understanding of working in a nonprofit environment. The CAO must be adaptable and open to a diverse organization and possess a presence and style that will engender trust and confidence. S/he must bring personal qualities of integrity, accessibility and commitment to building a culture of collaboration and trust.
1199SEIU Benefit and Pension Fund is an equal opportunity employer and seeks a diverse pool of candidates. More information can be found at their website: http://www.1199nbf.org.
All inquiries, cover letters and resumes may be submitted in confidence to: Michelle Cruz-Williams Vice President & Director Isaacson, Miller 334 Boylston Street, Suite 500 Boston, MA 02116. Electronic submission of materials is strongly encouraged. All e-mail
correspondence may be directed to: [email protected]
Service Line Administrator – Oncology Services Chesapeake General Hospital Chesapeake, VA
Posted September 14, 2006
With over 2,400 employees, Chesapeake General Hospital (CGH) is the largest, private employer in the city of Chesapeake. This 310-bed (all private rooms) hospital, the cornerstone of Chesapeake Health, is a thriving, healthcare facility that provides high-quality, state-of-the-art medical care to patients and today forms the centerpiece of the Chesapeake Health family serving Chesapeake, southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina. The Position: The Service Line Administrator for Oncology Services will report to the VP Patient Services/CNO. He/she will be responsible for the development and implementation of strategic initiatives to expand and maximize the effectiveness of this Service Line at CGH. The primary goal of this new position is to grow the business while creating a smooth, efficient and satisfying experience for patients, employees and physicians associated with the Service Line. This administrator will have direct supervision of the Sidney M. Oman Cancer
Treatment Center Supervisor, Breast Service Coordinator and all the job descriptions within the Cancer Center. Indirect supervision responsibilities include the Chemotherapy Nurse and the American Cancer Society Navigator. In 2005, the Cancer Treatment Center performed over 10,000 inpatient and outpatient procedures.
Professional Qualifications: A Master’s in Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or related field is required. A minimum of four years management experience in oncology services is also required.
Neysa Dillon-Brown, MHSA (770) 819-0370
Chief Financial Officer 1199SEIU Family of Funds New York, NY
Posted September 11, 2006
The 1199SEIU Family of Funds, which includes the National Benefit and Pension Funds (NBF), the Training and Employment Funds (TEF) and the Child Care Funds (CCF), seeks a highly motivated, accomplished and experienced financial executive to be its Chief Financial Officer for Cross Funds Administrative Services. The position is responsible for the financial operations of all three Funds and serves as part of the senior management team. This is a new position that will report directly to the Executive Director of the NBF. The 1199SEIU Family of Funds, located in New York City, are joint labor-management multi-employer Funds. Currently, each of the Funds provides benefits and services to the healthcare workers represented by 1199SEIU Healthcare Workers East, along with their dependents. In order to better serve the members, ensure consistency in the delivery of services, and reduce duplication of work, the Funds are in the process of consolidating administrative services common to all. These services include finance, accounting, information technology, human resources, facilities and legal operations. It is anticipated that the organizational consolidation of these services will be completed by December 31, 2006. The Executive Director of NBF is responsible for these consolidated services and reports to a Cross Funds Joint Trustee committee in this capacity. The new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for Cross Fund Administrative Services will provide leadership to the cross fund consolidation initiative, including development of an appropriate organizational structure, provision of strategic and tactical recommendations for the consolidation of currently separate financial information systems, and the standardization of financial reporting. In addition, the CFO will be responsible for the day-to-day management of financial operations across all funds in a fashion that provides accountability and cost effective management. Key responsibilities will include budgeting, accounting, financial reporting, expenditure controls, procurement, grants management, accounts receivable, collections, and vendor management. This is an opportunity to assist in the development of a major initiative across all the Funds serving 1199SEIU members and the healthcare industry and to prioritize the activities needed to achieve full integration of financial activities among all the Funds. A background in financial information systems, financial reporting, budgeting and accounting is a must, as this person will be required to assess current operations in these areas and to develop best practices to apply across funds. The CFO will be required to communicate with business managers with diverse missions and to prepare financial reports for various audiences, including trustees, managers and funding sources. The CFO will provide leadership to the integration of accounting and payroll systems across the funds.
The successful candidate will bring broad knowledge and understanding of working in a nonprofit environment. The CFO must be adaptable and open to a diverse organization and possess a presence and style that will engender trust and confidence. S/he must bring personal qualities of integrity, accessibility and commitment to building a culture of collaboration and trust.
All inquiries, cover letters and resumes may be submitted in confidence to: Michelle Cruz-Williams, Vice President and Director, or Elaine Wilmore, Senior Associate, Isaacson, Miller, 334 Boylston Street, Suite 500, Boston, MA 02116. Electronic submission of materials are strongly encouraged. All email
correspondence may be directed to: [email protected]
1199SEIU Benefit and Pension Fund is a equal opportunity employer and seeks a diverse pool of candidates. More information can be found at their website: http://www.1199nbf.org.
Product Line Manager – Cardiology Iredell Memorial Hospital Statesville, NC
Posted September 7, 2006
Iredell Memorial Hospital is committed to expanding their current cardiac program and has the support of its cardiac and other staff physicians. The hospital continues to invest in the latest technology including a 64-slice CT scanner that will be installed in the winter of 2006 and a second dual-purpose catheterization lab by the fall of 2007. Iredell Memorial Hospital is dedicated to finding a cardiac product line manager with strong management and leadership skills. The product line manager will be responsible for planning, implementing, organizing, and evaluating the cardiovascular service line within the hospital. The primary responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to, the following activities: Program Leadership and Development Strategic Planning and Business Development Performance Improvement/Case Management Market Share Development/Marketing/Community Networking Financial Accountability Medical Staff Development and Relationship Building Customer Relations EOE Kevin Miracle, Search Consultant Corazon the Heart Experts 5000 McKnight Road, Suite 300
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Cardiovascular Department Analyst Beebe Medical Center Lewes, DE
Posted September 7, 2006
Beebe Medical Center, an acute care hospital located at the Delaware beach resort, consistently ranks among the best hospitals in the nation. Requirements include: Graduate of an approved school of radiology or cardiovascular/cardiopulmonary technology/or nursing; Must be registered within profession; DE licensure, if applicable; Completion of advanced computer courses preferred; Must have 2-3 years exp. with cardiology software; BLS certification must be obtained on a yearly basis; Ensures day-to-day operations of the cardiac and vascular computer systems in conjunction with the information technology Department and the CV leadership; Must have a general knowledge of the functions of at least one of the clinical areas within the Service Line, and a strong theoretical knowledge of the operations of the computer functions needed for each area to produce quality outcomes. Responsible for the technical management of all CVSL information systems including Witt hemodynamic system and Siemens KinetDx. Serves as the primary systems analyst for CV IT applications. Send, fax or email resume to: Beebe Medical Center 424 Savannah Road Lewes, DE 19958 Phone: 302-645-3336 Fax: 302-645-0965.
Apply online at: www.beebemed.org, [email protected] EOE