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Administrative Practice Manager, Faculty Group Practice NYU Langone Medical Center New York, New York

Posted May 28, 2008

At NYU Langone Medical Center, we have a long-standing tradition of taking care of both our patients and our employees. Not only do we provide the latest in medical care to our patients, we immerse our staff in a teaching environment that encourages them to gain new knowledge and skills, embrace innovation and take their careers to more fulfilling levels. Currently, we are looking for an Administrative Practice Manager to start a professionally enriching career with us.

In this position, you will be responsible for the business operations and financial performance of various departments of our School of Medicine. You will be in charge of planning, managing and assessing short- and long-term operational/financial/programmatic activities and performances. To be successful, you must serve as a resource to the staff, providing expertise in areas such as financial and billing reports, accounts receivable, payer reimbursements and payroll and accounting systems. You will also be in charge of the credentialing of physicians and/or groups and identifying and resolving payer credentialing and claims issues.

To qualify, you must have a Bachelor’s degree, although a master’s is preferred, with at least 3 years’ related experience and a strong familiarity with physician revenue cycle functions. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Word, or similar programs, is required. Strong communication, analytical, problem-solving and decision-making skills are essential to success. We offer a competitive compensation package and a stimulating work environment. For further information and to apply, please forward your cover letter (including salary requirements) and resume to:

Email: [email protected]  or

fax to 212-404-3888 or

apply online at www.nyumc.org and reference req. # 007816.

We are an equal opportunity employer.

Administrator, Cardiovascular Service Line Henrico Doctors’ Hospital Richmond, VA

Posted May 28, 2008

Cardiovascular Service Line Administrator Reports to: Chief Operating Officer

Responsibilities: The Administrator of Cardiovascular Services is responsible for the leadership, successful operations, and quality of Cardiovascular Services at the facility. * Facilitates the integration and teamwork of all Cardiovascular Departments for optimal care of patients. * Works in conjunction with the facility administrative staff and the Cardiovascular Medical Staff to ensure the highest level of care for patients, and ensures that all services provided meet all regulatory requirements and guidelines. * Works with physicians to adopt and incorporate quality initiatives, understand economic considerations, and increase physician/hospital alignment. * Responsible for development of strategic and tactical plans to maximize the effectiveness of Cardiovascular services at the facility. This includes budget planning and management (capital and operational).

* Responsible for ensuring that Cardiovascular Services are performing in conjunction with the mission and values of the facility and of HCA, including participation in goals and processes derived form HCA-CCMN initiatives.

Areas of Direct Responsibility: * Community Outreach * Non-invasive Cardiology services * Cardiac Cath Lab * Cardiac Rehabilitation * Respiratory Services Areas of Indirect Responsibility: * Cardiovascular Operating Room * Cardiovascular Nursing Units * Emergency Department/Chest Pain Center Qualifications: * Minimum 5 years experience in Cardiovascular Services (including leadership experience in Cardiovascular Services) * Bachelor’s Degree Required * Masters preferred (MSN, MBA, or MHA) * RN or NP Preferred Steven Burgess VP, Human Resources Henrico Doctors’ Hospital Richmond, Virginia v 804-289-4510 f 888-771-9674

[email protected]
www.henricodoctors.com

Administrator, Emergency Department and Trauma Orlando Regional Medical Center, part of the esteemed Orlando Regional Healthcare Orlando, FL

Posted May 22, 2008

Orlando Regional Medical Center, part of the esteemed Orlando Regional Healthcare, offers central Florida’s only Level I Trauma Center. We are designated a “Trauma Program of Excellence,” with experienced and dedicated staff members committed to providing exceptional care.

In this newly created vital role, you will develop and implement long range plans for the Level One Trauma Center Emergency Department at ORMC. You will provide clinical leadership for the Emergency Department and the Air Care Team, working in collaboration with physicians, therapists and other professionals. You will be responsible for state trauma certification across ORMC, as well as clinical operations planning for disasters and mass casualty events. To qualify, you must be a RN licensed in Florida, with a Master’s degree in Nursing, Business or a related field. Six years of Emergency Department/Trauma management experience required with a background in disaster planning.

We offer a competitive compensation and excellent benefits. For quickest consideration, please apply on line to requisition #061152 at: www.orlandoregional.jobs Orlando Regional Healthcare

1414 Kuhl Ave, MP-113 Orlando, FL 32806 Fax 407-237-6374

E-mail: [email protected]

We are an equal opportunity employer/tobacco free workplace

Cardiovascular Service Line Administrator Position offered through Corazon Recruitment Midwest

Posted May 20, 2008

A regional hospital, located in the Midwest, is seeking an experienced Cardiovascular Service Line Leader for its growing Heart & Vascular Center. The Heart & Vascular Center’s growing reputation is based solely on its comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services, and its team of healthcare professionals. With over 13,400 inpatients annually, the medical center has become the largest and most sophisticated center within a 100-mile radius.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the overall operations, efficiency, quality, and financial performance, working with administration, physician chairmen, physician directors, associated clinical staff, and other key stakeholders. He or she will also be responsible for developing and implementing the Cardiovascular Service Line Strategic Plan. A Bachelors degree in business or a health-related field is required (Masters preferred), along with either a clinical degree or solid clinical operations understanding. An attractive compensation and benefits package accompanies this position.

The hospital is located in an attractive progressive community that has been ranked as one of the “100 Best Communities” in the United States in which to live. The area offers residents a low-cost of living with a variety of housing selections, higher education opportunities, spectacular recreational opportunities, cultural events, historical sites, waterfront activities, and plenty of nightlife.

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact Jessica Bricker, Recruitment Coordinator at 412-364-8201. Resumes can be sent to [email protected]  or to 5000 McKnight Road, Suite 300, Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Technical Director, Vascular Lab Washington Hospital Center Washington, DC

Posted May 15, 2008

When you work with the most experienced, the difference is monumental.

Be a part of the world’s most exciting capital city – and the area’s most knowledgeable, experienced team of professionals. At Washington Hospital Center, we put our energy and passion into providing patients with premier healthcare services. Our private, 926-bed, not-for-profit facility, serving a highly diverse urban population, is home to a Level I trauma center, leading-edge technology and award-winning specialties.

Supervises the day-to-day operations of the Vascular Laboratory ensuring all activities are conducted in accordance with Hospital standards as well as regulatory, legal, and accreditation agency requirements. Assures the provision of quality patient care services and efficient operations including staff supervision, monitoring of supplies and equipment, and data management. Evaluates studies performed in the Vascular Laboratory. Performs full range of non-invasive vascular tests and studies.

Learn more and apply online at: whc.jobs Questions? Call 202-877-7491

EOE

Service Line Administrator, Hematology/Oncology DHR International for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Atlanta, GA

Posted May 15, 2008

This newly created position will serve as the right hand “wing man” to the Medical Director/Chief of Staff and in tandem they will have accountability for the service line as a whole. They will maintain a strategically-focused, nationally preeminent service which supports the system’s mission, vision and values, in an organized, innovative and cost-effective manner. With a host of seasoned professionals (see attached organizational/service line chart) the selected individual will inherit one of the strongest and well functioning teams imaginable. This leader will proactively support the efforts that ensure delivery of safe patient care and services and promote a safe environment at Children’s.

The position will combine the skills of two previous employees, thus bringing the blended skill sets with a proven track record in: financial management, strategic and business planning, and a vast understanding of clinical healthcare operations and research simultaneously.

A minimum of five or more years of mid to senior management experience, preferably in Pediatrics is highly desirable as is successful leadership experience in a service line model. Hematology and/or Oncology experience is secondary with Children’s Hospital experience taking preference. Experience running other service lines in well respected Pediatrics facilities, in or out of an academic environment will also be highly considered. It is essential that all candidates have financial, operational and research exposure in a highly matrixed organization and be flexible with multiple reporting relationships. Clinical background and exposure will be given preferred status along with a proven, team oriented leadership approach.

Nancy DeMoss Principal, Healthcare Practice DHR International [email protected]

Chief Administrative Officer, Department of Surgery UCLA Health System Los Angeles, CA

Posted May 8, 2008

The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA is one of the world’s leading centers for medical education. The Department of Surgery is home to some of the field’s most renowned contributors and is responsible for many important breakthroughs in modern surgical practice. As the largest transplant hospital in the country, UCLA handles the most complex surgical patients. Currently, we are seeking a Chief Administrative Officer to provide the management skills and long-term vision to ensure the Department of Surgery maintains and enhances its leadership position.

Reporting directly to the Executive Chair of Surgery, you will be responsible for the planning and execution of all administrative activities for a department with a surgical staff of 270 and a budget approaching $120 million. You will oversee eight direct reports, while dotted-line reports will include six division administrators. Specific responsibilities will include general administration, budgeting, strategic planning, program development, recruitment and retention and other activities vital to the smooth functioning of a major academic department serving more than 150,000 operating room and outpatient visits per year.

An administrative background in an academic environment is essential; your qualifications must include at least seven years’ experience – and demonstrated success – in managing a large department in a major academic medical center. Specific areas in which proven abilities are essential include: centralized budgeting and financial management; strategic planning and execution, including leadership during periods of transition; managed care; third-party payments and a variety of other areas relevant to an academic surgical department. A Bachelor’s degree is required; although a Master’s is strongly preferred. The Benefits of Belonging As a valued member of our staff, you’ll enjoy outstanding benefits which include Health, Dental and Vision plans that begin on your first day and a retirement plan that is one of the best in the nation. Relocation assistance is available. You also get 13 paid holidays and 15 vacation days beginning your first year.

Interested candidates please contact Robin Ludewig, Director of Recruitment, at [email protected]

PH: (866) 895-6690 FAX: (310) 825-3102 or

visit us online at www.uclacareers.com/GW27 and reference Job Code H45861.  EOE

Vice President, Cardiovascular Service Line Cejka Search for Trinity Mother Frances Hospitals and Clinics Tyler, TX

Posted May 6, 2008

An exciting opportunity exists for a Vice President, Cardiovascular Service Line at Trinity Mother Frances Heart Institute in Tyler Texas. As the premier provider of heart care in east Texas for more than 24 years, Trinity Mother Frances Heart Institute offers state-of-the-art technology with a focus on prevention, early detection, diagnosis and treatment of heart disease.

The Vice President, Cardiovascular Service Line will report to the Senior Vice President/Operations and will be responsible for implementing the vision for the Trinity Mother Frances Hospitals and Clinics Heart Institute/Cardiovascular service line. Duties will include overseeing service line strategy and planning, staff development, budgeting, operations, performance and management of the Cardiovascular service line to ensure patients receive high quality, safe, efficient and effective care.

Ideal candidates should possess a Master’s degree in health administration or a related business field and have at least six years experience in developing and overseeing a cardiovascular product line in a large integrated healthcare delivery system. An advanced degree in nursing is highly preferred for oversight and direct responsibility for the cardiac inpatient units.

Tyler, TX is a prosperous university community with a population of 100,000. Tyler is located 90 miles from Dallas/Ft. Worth and offers a sunny, mild climate and year-round opportunities for golf and tennis. Tyler, TX boasts sparkling lakes and beautiful woodlands. Cultural opportunities abound. ID#29876T9. For more information, please contact Laura Birk at 800-678-7858 x63482

e-mail [email protected]  or

visit www.cejkasearch.com