We are looking for an experienced Practice Administrator responsible for planning, organizing and directing the overall operations of a multi-site large group pediatric practice, including financial planning and oversight, development and implementation of strategic business plans, procurement and maintenance of equipment and facilities and partnering with physicians and advanced practice clinicians to further the mission and vision of providing excellent patient care while focused on the growth and development of the practice. Qualified candidates must possess strong leadership qualities, extensive background in financial planning including budgets, RFP’s and accounting, revenue cycle management and managed care contracting experience. Additionally, the candidate must have extensive knowledge of HR laws and regulations, compliance and regulatory affairs, and development and support of personnel.
Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Supervision of management team to coordinate and oversee the management of all administrative and clinical staff; including but not limited to setting up and maintaining operational systems ranging from patient scheduling, clinical triage, patient flow management and revenue cycle management.
Financial administration including cash management, financial statement preparation and review, budget preparation, development of RFP's and proforma's for project development.
Oversight of revenue cycle department with support of department manager to assess and monitor the financial stability of the group and payer adherence to contracted fee schedules.
Strategic development of new business initiatives and continual monitoring of practice KPI's to adjust business directives to successfully meet goals as assigned by the practice governing board.
Negotiation and review of payer contracts.
Management of vendor relationships for financing and purchasing designed to meet corporate budget initiatives and reduce annual expenses.
Serve as corporate compliance officer to ensure group adherence to all HIPAA, OSHA, payer and labor laws.
Meet regularly with the governing board to review financial performance and key practice performance metrics; continuously evaluating appropriateness of indicators and providing recommendations for adjustment to business practices based on data driven facts.
Human resource management and benefits administration including corporate pension plan.
Master of Business Administration or Healthcare Administration is required.
Minimum 10 years experience managing a multi-provider, multi-location private practice.
Extensive knowledge of EHR/PM systems, accounting and HR management software, and IT infrastructure support and maintenance.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Effective working knowledge of healthcare group financial management and regulatory affairs.
Proven ability to analyze, problem-solve, adapt, delegate, negotiate and communicate effectively with staff, providers, patients and vendors.
Additional Salary Information: Competitive compensation package based on experience.
Internal Number: 001
About Pediatric Associates of Dallas
Pediatric Associates of Dallas was established in 1971. The practice was originally located in Woodhill Medical Complex, and as the practice began to grow, more locations and space were needed. In 1996 a Plano branch opened, and in the summer of 2016, the Dallas office relocated to Preston Hollow Village.The practice has grown from three doctors to now 16 doctors and three pediatric nurse practitioners. We have also added ancillary services such as lactation consultants, rapid laboratory testing, and pulmonary function testing, to name a few. The new Dallas facility also has several on-site services to better meet our patients’ needs.