Director of Cardiovascular Service Line Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Brunswick, NJ
Posted September 26, 2011
Founded in 1884, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) is one of the nation’s leading academic medical centers providing state-of-the-art care across the full range of healthcare services. The facility is a 600-bed academic medical center and the principal hospital of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey’s (UMDNJ)/Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. RWJUH also serves as the hub of a clinically-integrated medical campus that includes the NCI-designated Cancer Institute of New Jersey, the Child Health Institute of New Jersey and The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital.
As one of the nation’s top cardiac hospitals, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospitals has assembled an expert team of nationally known cardiac specialists in all aspects of heart care. RWJUH has 8 Adult and 1 Pediatric state-of-the-art cardiac catheterization labs (including two cardiac electrophysiology labs). Physicians perform a full range of diagnostic catheterization and coronary interventional procedures – over 12,000 procedures annually.
The Director of Cardiovascular Service Line has the ultimate goal of growing the business and revenues while maintaining an effective and efficient operating division at RWJUH. The position reports to the Senior VP of Operations. The new Director will have direct supervision of the Director of the Cath Lab & Same Day Surgery, Supervisor of Cardiac Rehab and the Lead/Supervisor of Cardiodynamics.
REQUIRED CREDENTIALS * A Bachelor’s Degree * A Master’s in Healthcare Administration, Business Admin or health-care related field preferred * Minimum of four to six (4-6) years of increasingly responsible leadership and management experience in a complex healthcare setting
* Knowledge and prior experience in cardiovascular services is a plus
Contact Information of the job being posted: Neysa Dillon Brown, (770)431-4664; [email protected]
Vice President, Lipson Cancer Center Diversified Search Rochester, NY
Posted September 26, 2011
Diversified Search, a top 10 retained executive search firm with offices in 26 countries, has been engaged to find a Vice President for Rochester General Hospital’s Lipson Cancer Center. Located in Rochester, New York, this is a newly created position that will report to the President of Rochester General Hospital and will have direct accountability for the strategic growth initiatives, increased referrals, operations and financial performance for the Lipson Cancer Center service line at Rochester General Health Systems (RGHS).
Rochester General Hospital’s Dawn and Jacques Lipson MD Cancer Center is recognized as a leading regional provider of care for cancer and blood disorders. Radiation Oncology is additionally accredited by the American College of Radiology. Each of our Oncology and Hematology physicians is board certified in their specialty, and our facility is highly involved in education and clinical research. The Lipson Cancer Center encompasses all disciplines that contribute to the care of cancer and hematology patients. Medical, Surgical and Radiation Oncology are supported by ancillary services to provide the complete range of diagnostic and therapeutic interventions.
Specifically, we seek candidates with the following qualities/characteristics:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or related field, Master’s degree strongly preferred.
• 5 or more years of progressive leadership experience in healthcare with a track record of growing a service line; experience in Cancer Services is strongly preferred.
• Strong financial management, interpersonal, organizational, analytical, negotiation, verbal and written communication skills required.
• Demonstrated business acumen skills (including business plan and budget development, market analysis, etc).
Contact Information of the job being posted: Joyce Ort Vice President & Senior Associate Diversified Search [email protected]
Ophthalmology Practice Administrator Beraja Medical Institute Coral Gables, FL
Posted September 26, 2011
Employee Type: Full-Time Industry: Healthcare Job Type: Health Care Administration Management Experience: At least 10 year(s) preferred Salary: $100,000 – $150,000 (depending on experience) Work Schedule: 8-5, M-F
Send resume to [email protected] (required subject: OPH Admin.)
Our company Beraja Medical Institute is a group practice that provides Ophthalmology and Plastic Surgery services for over 23 years in South Florida.
The Directs the administrative operations of the Ophthalmology group with five MD’s, three OD’s, one PharmD. Reports directly to the Board of Directors and receives only minimal instructions. Primary responsibilities include establishing and directing management systems through written policies and procedures to assure the overall control of operational activities. The Administrator must take responsibility for interpreting, evaluating and ensuring that proper policies are adhered to.
- Establish and maintain patient/physician work flows.
- Payer contracting, including contract negotiations with managed care, vision plans and pharmacies.
- Ongoing contract analysis.
- Short and long term planning in all areas of responsibility.
- Recruit physicians, promote practice growth.
- Contact person for administrative affairs with hospitals, universities, referring physicians and optometrist.
- Billing and collections manager for medical practice, optical and pharmacy.
- Human resource manager in recruiting staff.
- Patient care manager.
- Minimum of 10 years (preferred) in medical practice management, specifically ophthalmology
- Previous experience with:
- managing optometry and optical aspects of ophthalmology practices
- billing/managing vision plans
- Microsoft Office products and electronic medical records
- expanding business for new doctors
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; ability to interact with people at all levels from patients to staff to physicians
- Strong financial and analytical skills
- Ability to independently solve problems and prioritize/manage multiple projects simultaneously
Masters in HCA preferred
Medical Director, Oncology Program Yuma Regional Medical Center Yuma, AZ
Posted September 19, 2011
Medical Director, Oncology program for an exciting new Comprehensive Community Cancer Center in beautiful Southwest Arizona!!
Yuma Regional Medical Center (YRMC) is searching for dynamic candidates with experience in comprehensive cancer program development and leadership.
Must be familiar with ACoS accreditation standards and have a minimum of 10 years in an oncology clinical practice environment. Oncology fellowship training, administrative experience and work within an academic cancer center is desirable.
As the Medical Director, Oncology program for the YRCC, you will provide program leadership to all components of the service line. The Medical Director leads the initiative to create a comprehensive, multidisciplinary oncology program to meet the needs of the Yuma community in the diagnoses, treatment and support of patients with cancer diagnoses. This position is also responsible for the leadership of YRMC’s oncology medical education initiatives. Recognizing the importance of maintaining direct patient care, it is expected that this position will care for patients in the oncology clinic and hospital at least three days per week.
Yuma, Arizona is a thriving community in the Southwest corner of the state, and is situated approximately 3 hours drive from San Diego, CA to the west and Phoenix, AZ to the east. Yuma boasts a growing population of 195,000 year round county residents and an additional 100,000 winter residents who enjoy the community for its mild winter climate.
Excellent weather conditions and close proximity to all sorts of recreational sports activities, Yuma offer a wonderful way to balance your personal and professional life.
YRMC is an equal opportunity employer that supports a drug-free, smoke-free environment.
Contact Information of the job being posted: Pam Orendorff, Physician Relations Ofc. Yuma Regional Medical Center
VP, Cardiovascular Services Medical City Dallas Hospital Dallas, TX
Posted September 19, 2011
Medical City Dallas Hospital, a 660-bed tertiary/quaternary care center in Dallas and home to Medical City Children’s Hospital, is conducting a retained search for a Vice President, Cardiovascular Services. Medical City has built one the top Transplant Centers in the country for Heart, Kidney & Bone Marrow and also hosts the world-renowned Dallas Craniofacial Center.
With over 1,150 physicians practicing more than 95 medical specialties, Medical City attracts patients from all over the United States and 75 foreign countries that receive healthcare recognized on local, national and international levels. Specialists at Medical City Heart are at the forefront of cutting-edge technological innovations, such as robotic-assisted microsurgery, beating heart surgeries and minimally invasive heart surgeries. A team of cardiac surgeons and cardiologists at Medical City were the first in the United States to perform trans-apical aortic valve replacement surgery using the Cribier-Edwards aortic bioprosthesis stented valve. This premier cardiovascular service program continues to grow with almost 2,800 in-patient admissions and 200 open hearts annually, four cath labs, and two EP labs.
The ideal candidate will have proven service-line administration experience, leading development and operations for a cardiology program in a competitive, urban marketplace. A business-related, advanced degree is preferred (MHA, MBA).
Qualified respondents should submit resumes/curriculum vitae to the search consultant:
Kathy Mora, Senior Associate Hodges Partners 214-902-7908 (direct)
Administrator Oncology Program Yuma Regional Cancer Center, Yuma Regional Medical Center Yuma, AZ
Posted September 6, 2011
The Administrator of the oncology program is responsible for providing leadership for cancer services at YRCC. The position involves creating and managing a matrix oncology program incorporating employed and private practice physicians, hospital staff, and interfacing with services provided by community organizations such as hospice. Incumbent is accountable for developing an integrated oncology program, eventually to be housed in a newly-constructed cancer center to include medical oncology, radiation oncology, supportive oncology services, patient navigation, clinical trials, and cancer registry. Incumbent will share responsibility with the Medical Director of Oncology Services, for developing and managing an affiliation with one of Arizona’s leading academic oncology programs. Incumbent is a service line leader as it relates to daily operations, personnel supervision, and physician relationships, driving quality initiatives and supply cost control, and works closely with inpatient clinical staff, laboratory, imaging, financial services and other key departments participating in oncology services.
Manages through multiple subordinate managers and supervisors, as well as collaboratively through matrix relationships with other departments. The Administrator reports to the Vice President, Clinical Service Lines. Education & Experience Required:
MHA, MBA, or MSN. 5 years in an oncology leadership role.
Education & Experience Preferred:
MBA or MHA. Worked in a program approved by the American College of Surgeons, familiarity with approval requirements, and maintaining program approval. Experience in healthcare business development with experience in successful oncology program development, and working in or developing matrix organizations.
Skills: Communication – Written & Oral; Clinical, Financial, Business Analysis; Physician Relations; Innovation; Staff Management; Marketing.
YRCC is an EOE that supports a healthy lifestyle as a drug-free and tobacco-free employer.
Apply on-line to www.yumaregional.org. For additional information, please contact::
Teri Norris, MSA, SPHR Director of Talent Management Yuma Regional Medical Center
Site Administrator Alliance Oncology Park Ridge, IL
Posted September 6, 2011
This position is responsible for the overall operation of the assigned site. The position effectively assists the Regional Director of Operations by managing daily operations to maximize continuous quality of stereotactic radiosurgery treatment and patient care. Provides leadership, innovative program development, program coordination and sound operational direction for the site. Promotes and educates physicians and other professionals about the indications for the use of stereotactic radiosurgery technology. Responsible for increasing volume on a customer level to ensure that the center will deliver on its budgeted same-store growth, target and revenue commitments. This will include analyzing physician referral patterns to develop customer-level marketing plans, identifying opportunities to increase volume with existing referrers and/or developing new referral channels. Effectively ensures proper equipment and software performance, oversight for quality standards, customer satisfaction, process improvement and cost control.
-Bachelor’s degree required.
-At least 5 years of healthcare experience in a leadership role. Successful program development and healthcare marketing experience.
Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/h95pvb
Group Administrator, University Health Group University HealthCare Alliance Menlo Park, CA
Posted September 1, 2011
An exciting opportunity exists to contribute to the start-up and development of the University HealthCare Alliance (UHA), a new medical foundation in Menlo Park, CA and sponsored by Stanford Hospital & Clinics (Palo Alto, CA).
We are currently seeking an Administrator for our University Medical Group Division, a new medical group that has formed through the acquisition and integration of several small physician practices into a large medical group across a wide geographic region. In this key role, you will impact our growth through recruitment and integration of new physicians and groups, while also serving as the senior operational leader for UMG practices.
This opportunity requires a Bachelor’s degree (MBA or MPH preferred), 5+ years of senior leadership experience in a medical group of at least 20 MDs and demonstrated success building and maintaining physician relationships. A strong background in financial management and physician compensation is also required, along with proven staff, office and practice operations management skills, excellent interpersonal, collaborative and oral/written communications skills and the ability and desire to work in a fast-paced, growth-oriented environment. Multi-site practice/group experience is desired and space/facilities planning and patient satisfaction survey experience would be helpful.
We invite you to send your resume and cover letter to: [email protected] Please include Group Administrator in the subject line. Equal Opportunity Employer