North Valley Hospital Clinic Operations Director in Whitefish, Montana
This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position.
Position Summary: The Clinic Operations Director for Provider and Clinic Services provides operational direction to all hospital operated clinics and supervises the day-to-day operations of multiple provider practices.
The Director oversees routine operations through direct supervision of the clinic managers and indirect supervision of staff and assures clinical and clerical staff provide high quality care and excellent service in a safe patient and employee environment. The Director interfaces with other hospital departments; is accountable for clinic care quality, patient satisfaction, safety, budgeting, documentation, risk, compliance, billing and accounting processes. The Director is responsible for the development and implementation of the clinic operating policies and procedures. The Director monitors monthly financials and adjusts expenditures as needed. The Director assures clinic data collection is accurate in order to assure effective billing, collections, insurance payments, accounts receivable and payable and quality metrics.
The Director provides direction and administration of all clinic operations, including hospital owned and leased facilities and properties.
North Valley Hospital’s (NVH) goal is to provide a safe and healing environment for its patients, visitors, volunteers and employees. NVH follows a safe hiring program that includes conducting thorough employment verifications, criminal background checks and drug screening. EOE
Tracking Code: 458-131
Required Experience: Requirements: High School Diploma or GED Minimum of five (5) years' experience managing provider practices with multiple providers. Experience with professional coding, billing and collections. Excellent verbal, written and presentation skills Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work with numerous personality types Knowledge of healthcare administration and clinic philosophy, policies and operating procedures Knowledge of fiscal management systems and techniques Knowledge of human resource management practices, including supervision and staff development Knowledge of governmental regulations and reimbursement requirements Knowledge of and experience in use of computer, systems and applications Knowledge of compliance regulations Ability to prioritize multiple projects and be self motivated Ability to monitor quality control standards Requires current Montana Drivers' License with clear driving records (checked through background checks) Desire: Associates Degree or Bachelor Degree in Business or Healthcare Administration CMPE certification and/or ACMPE Fellowship Experience working with hospital owned practices and hospital acquisitions Knowledge and experience in use of eClinical Works Knowledge and experience in Rural Health Clinics
Job Location: Whitefish, Montana, United States
Position Type: Full-Time/Regular