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Specialty Medical Practice in Akron / Canton area is seeking an experienced Practice Administrator to join our team on a full-time basis. Responsibilities include:
• Business Operations – purchasing, facilities management
• Financial Management – budgeting, cash controls, financial reporting, payroll, banking, contracting
• Revenue Cycle – billing, collections, A/R management, appeals, denials
• Human Resources Management – 12 direct reports (both clinical and clerical), staffing, recruitment, training, retention
• Information Management – Electronic Medical Records and Practice Management System
• Organizational Governance –Mission, Vision, Strategic Plan
• Patient Care Systems – patient flow, patient satisfaction
• Quality Management – benchmarking, credentialing
• Risk Management – Policies & Procedures, compliance program, OSHA, CLIA

The ideal candidate will have several years of supervisory experience in a healthcare setting and strong skills set in financial management and revenue cycle.

We offer generous compensation package, including 401(k) plan, health, dental, vision coverage and other benefits.

Please e-mail to:
search.medpractice@yahoo.com

System Director, Finance & Accounting – Health System in Tampa

BayCare Health System, the region’s largest health care provider located in Clearwater and serving the Tampa Bay area is seeking to find a System Director, Finance & Accounting to oversee all centralized financial accounting and reporting functions for the entire BayCare Health System. The system has 14 hospitals, over 700 employed physicians, numerous ambulatory facilities and services, and over 26,000 employees.

Key areas of responsibility will include accounting/general ledger, financial statement preparation, fixed asset management, payroll, accounts payable, tax, GAAP compliance, external and internal audits, and the financial analytics to support the system’s self funded insurance products. This key leader will collaborate with other members of the finance division and will report directly to the Vice President of Finance. To learn more, contact me directly at aallen@wkadvisors.com or visit our website at www.wkadvisors.com.

April Allen
WK Advisors
2000 Warrington Way, Suite 200
Louisville, Kentucky 40222
Phone: 502-228-4030
Toll Free: 877-228-4030
Email: aallen@wkadvisors.com

Finance Manager

Pomerene Hospital in Millersburg, Ohio is currently seeking a full-time Finance Manager in our Fiscal Department.

The Finance Manager will work with the organization’s leadership to develop, monitor and achieve company financial goals and strategies. Other responsibilities include managing the organization’s budget, conducting financial analysis to ensure income and expenses are balanced to meet profitability goals, oversee company cash flow, supervise and lead a team of Finance, Accounting, Revenue Cycle and functional staff, prepare reports, arrange for audits, conduct data analysis, planning and strategizing to advise senior management on effective strategies to improve financial metrics or goals, promote continual process improvements in specified budget areas of operations.

Successful candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or related field; MBA and CPA preferred; with 6 years financial management experience, healthcare experience preferred, and 5 years experience in a leadership role. Candidates must be proficient with Microsoft office, have excellent verbal and written communication skills, strong organizational, time management and problem solving skills. Candidates must be results oriented and process driven with an attention to detail.

Please forward resumes to:
Attn: Cayla Nichols
jobs@pomerenehospital.org

Apply online at www.pomerenehospital.org

Sr. Financial Analyst II, SUMMA HEALTH – AKRON, OHIO
Coordinates the completion of external cost reports, including data gathering and audit follow up. Assists in the monthly close process as it relates to Accounts Receivable and Net Patient Service Revenue. Prepare financial patient revenue analysis requests for Summa Health System as necessary. Oversees and updates revenue and accounts receivable allowance projections. Prepares and presents payor analysis, profitability, performance projections, and revenue assessment for existing and proposed business opportunities. Provides decision support to operating and senior management, including: gross and net patient revenue operations, budget and forecast reviews. Coordinates and oversees special project requests.

Formal Education Required:
Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or Operations Management; Master’s Degree in Business Administration preferred.

Experience & Training Required:
Four (4) to six (6) years related professional and business experience in a technical/financial healthcare analysis or consulting position.

Please forward resume to:
Laurie Carpenter, Recruiter
carpentl@summahealth.org

Apply on-line at:
www.summahealth.org/careers
JOB ID: 15149

Senior Business Analyst

Exciting new position to be the primary IS contact for the new ERP system focusing on the Finance areas for Akron Children’s Hospital.
Position Summary:
Will work directly with functional areas to resolve issues and to identify opportunities for improvement in their systems, coordinating the efforts of IT, operational departments and the vendor to achieve satisfactory solutions.

Ad hoc report writing and application-specific tools are used in both issue resolution and application optimizations.

May also be involved in defining requirements, vendor selection and implementation of new software.

Qualifications:

• Associates Degree plus seven (7) years’ relevant experience or Bachelor’s Degree plus five (5) years’ relevant experience.
• Experience supporting Financial operations: General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Fixed Assets, etc. required.
• Experience implementing Financial software applications preferred.
• Experience with automated workflow software and ad hoc query and report writing tools preferred.
• Experience supporting Payroll and Kronos a plus.
• Experience working with all levels within an organization is required.
• Proficiency in MS Office [Outlook, Excel, Word] or similar software is required.
• Strong organization, analysis and problem solving skills required, with an emphasis on attention to detail and the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously.

For more information, please contact our Recruiter at aondo@chmca.org or apply online at: http://bit.ly/2nENIQG

Company Overview:
University Hospitals (UH) is a community-based healthcare system which serves patients at more than 150 locations throughout Northern Ohio.
Committed to advanced care and advanced caring, UH encompasses the region’s largest network of primary care physicians, outpatient centers and hospitals. The network also offers specialty care physicians to treat almost every disease and condition, skilled nursing, elder health, rehabilitation and home care services, and occupational health and wellness. University Hospitals is the second largest private sector employer in Northeast Ohio and is within the top five largest private sector employers in the state of Ohio.
Position Summary:
Sets, formalizes and executes corporate strategy for revenue cycle business function, controls, transactions and team accountability including Central Business Office (CBO) post claim revenue recovery for technical and professional insurance and patient collections ensuring compliant, accurate, timely and optimized collections and system cash flow of estimated $2.9B. Ensures cost controls meets or exceeds corporate objectives for cost containment.
Plans, organizes, controls, standardizes and directs CBO post claim /revenue recovery functions including insurance follow-up, cash application and credit management, denials management, post payment review, customer service and Remote Hospital Business Office functions. Drives leaders and staff to achieve performance targets and revenue optimization goals for responsible area and enterprise initiatives. Sets and assesses business metrics and challenges status quo driving continuous process improvement. This position oversees 340+ FTEs.
Drives analysis needed to remain current with revenue and reimbursement trends and creates agile work environment needed to achieve established targets and works to exceed industry benchmarks.
Drives standard /effective reporting and relationship management for UH facility and UHPS departments related to RCM outcomes, issues and recommendations for process improvement. Actively monitors performance and supports team ensuring optimal RCM outcomes and service.
Develops, formalizes and enforces standard operating procedures, policies and guidelines governing compliant management of transactions and processes within areas including adherence to internal and external policies and protocols. Remains current with governmental, payer and organizational policy changes.
The role provides daily senior leadership, direction, decision making, and supports management and staff in day including coordination with other Corporate and Operations departments including Finance, UHPS, Patient Access, HIS and other areas as required to establish metrics, enable appropriate standards and requirements and sustain strong working relationships. The role will work closely to support Central Business Office (CBO) leadership to coordinate support and hand offs between Remote Offices Financial Counselors and Self Pay Collections to optimize patient experience and collections.
Leads, promotes and executes in system integration and unification of RCM functions and governance process regarding corporate RCM functions including workflow, policy, physical and cultural integration. Drives, communicates and ensures RCM workflow result in patient centric outcomes optimizing patient access, communication and experience.
Works directly with Finance as the appointed leader for RCM and active member in preliminary and final monthly closing transactions and procedures.
Owns and manages vendor relationships and solutions for designated functions and transactions. Ensures software and integration is current, efficient and staff and leaders are properly trained on usage and reporting.
Oversees Revenue Cycle Management department budget process in concert with RCM senior team.
Establishes, enforces and ensures standards of performance and behaviors, monitors and analyzes departmental service standards for areas of responsibility including setting and administering training standards, timely service and achieving performance goals.
The position is responsible for adhering and creating Insurance and Patient Collection policy and guidelines in coordination with CBO leaders, as well as driving collection strategy, analysis, payment options, financial assistance as well as oversight of patient friendly billing, on line and other technology solutions as well as pre collect, collection and other vendors contracted to optimize patient collections.
Understands and supports internal and external relationships including I.T., Legal, Compliance, Internal Audit as well as vendor relationships to ensure compliant revenue transactions for each remote business office.
Essential Duties:
Directs corporate department activities and ensures compliant services and operations including ensuring timely, accurate and patient friendly service including setting goals using industry benchmarks to drive best practice performance, cash collections, denials management, post payment review, credit management and customer service.
Meets with leadership and staff weekly to ensure success department operations and help to resolve issues impeding performance. Focuses on consistent achievement of net revenue targets.
Standardizes strategy, workflow, technology decisions, and operations for areas of accountability.
Ensures and sustains routine auditing processes and reports findings as appropriate. Identifies billing errors, and follows-up with staff members/third party payors to ensure resolution reporting with feedback cycles are completed and documented to ensure ongoing improvement in service delivery.
Leads, develops, implements and publishes department score card capturing key performance indicators for each Remote Business Office, as well as vendor performance.
Drives analysis of department statistics, collections, agency performance and bad debt to identify ongoing service and collection strategies for the organization.
Oversees and manages technology and vendor performance, outcomes and relationship ensuring expected outcomes are met and /or real time decisions to ensure best practice performance.
Directs leadership for Remote Business Office human resource objectives by leading and guiding on recruiting, selecting, orienting, training, assigning, scheduling, coaching, counseling, and disciplining leaders and employees; communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, appraising, and reviewing job contributions; planning and reviewing compensation actions; enforcing policies and procedures.
Meets UH RCM insurance and patient collections financial objectives by forecasting requirements; preparing an annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; initiating corrective actions.
Continuously improves Insurance and patient collection quality results by studying, evaluating, and re-designing processes; establishing and communicating service metrics; monitoring and analyzing results; implementing changes.
Updates job knowledge of self and team, by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
Works with leadership team to establish staff assessment, training and post training validation programs and ensures adherence requirements.
Identifies and executes on opportunities for process improvement and automation by recognizing issues based on changes in patient inquiry trends. Provides timely feedback to peers in operational areas and leadership to improve Revenue cycle processes based on patient experiences. Participates in process improvement initiatives throughout the entire revenue cycle operation.
Ensures leadership enables staff members are properly addressing cases where patients needing services have no medical insurance (referred to as self-pay). Coordinates staff members and external agencies in assisting patients with obtaining coverage via government programs and the evaluation of charity assistance where applicable.
Ensures leadership and staff members are properly handling all customer service/billing issues and questions, and works with priority patients, insurance companies and/or clinicians to ensure resolution.
Ensures that self and department ensures in-depth knowledge of policies, procedures and laws relating to medical insurance/patient billing and collections.
Ensures that self and department maintains in-depth knowledge of government assistance programs and resolves payment discrepancies that are escalated from the staff.
Acts as Revenue Cycle Management senior leader and liaison to organization and vendors that interact with patients.
Performs leadership and designated leadership evaluations and ensures standardization with the staff evaluation process.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Experience & Knowledge:

• 12+ years progressive experience in healthcare revenue cycle operations including experience hiring, training, evaluating, disciplining, developing and engaging staff members in large/very large department setting required.
• Excellent knowledge of governmental and 3rd party reimbursement structures required.
5 years of Customer Service, practice management and/or hospital administration experience or equivalence preferred.
• Proven track record for achieving industry benchmarks for revenue cycle transactions.
Strong understanding financial transactions including accounting processes.
• Must be customer, provider, and employee focused with exceptional people and service skills.
• Experience with managing escalated customer complaints, and executive level inquiries required.
• Must be detail-oriented and organized, with good analytical and problem solving ability.
• Notable client service, communication, presentation and relationship building skills required.
• Ability to function independently and as a team player in a fast-paced environment required.
• Must have exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
• Demonstrated ability to use PCs, Microsoft Office suite, and general office equipment (i.e., printers, copy machine, FAX machine, etc.) required.
• Oracle, Kronos, Soarian, CSC Papers, META, and/or IDX, experience preferred.

*Please send all expressions of interest along with your CV to Rebecca.Pelfrey@UHhospitals.org

Position Summary/Functional areas and services:
Under the supervision of the Director of Revenue Cycle this position oversees the functionality, work flow, and day-to-day activity of the assigned CBO department and associated benchmarks and goals. Provides strategic direction to facilitate the maximization of revenue and assists the Patient Accounting Corporate Director with other associated revenue activities. Assist Patient Accounting Department with the development and maintenance of departmental productivity reports and internal auditing compliance. Monitor the accuracy of journal entries and reconciliation of suspense/hold accounts prepared by Cash Application.

Essential Functions of the Position
1. Identifies problem areas and develops plan of action to ensure benchmark standards are obtained and maintained.
2. Establishes service goals to be achieved and manages work quality; monitors compliance.
3. Evaluates performance and recommends promotions and disciplinary actions. Identifies areas needing additional training.
4. Assists Supervisors in handling various personnel matters as required and assists in resolving work problems to ensure quality. Works with HR to resolve employee issues such as performance/attendance issues, FMLA, and terminations.
5. Interviews and hires all open positions for assigned department.
6. Meets regularly with Supervisors to ensure productivity and accuracy and to ensure consistency in quality and quantity while meeting departmental goals. Reports any discrepancies or issues to Director.
7. Conducts regular department staff meetings.
8. Adjusts goals as needed to help increase staff performance and maintain quality.
9. Oversees the distribution of work assignments among staff and assists in determining work priorities.
10. Encourages employee participation in process improvement by listing and giving feedback with respect to departmental needs.
11. Monitors all billing and coding Trends for issues. Works with internal departments and medical offices to offer solutions and assist in meeting revenue benchmarks.
12. Assists in the development of new procedures that focus on improvement in quality and quantity of work performed.
13. Assists Supervisors as needed in the training of new employees within the department. Assesses the technical competence of current employees and suggests additional training when needed.
14. Maintains strict confidentiality in regard to patient’s personal, medical and financial information.
15. Acts as a role model for professionalism through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all times.
16. Acts as a liaison between the Central Billing Office, physicians and staff. Effectively communicates issues relative to claims processing difficulties and/or patient complaints.
17. Offers and implements suggestions to increase work flow as appropriate.
18. Manages operating expenses and FTE budget to meet department goals.
19. Leads department Gallup initiative and promotes employee engagement.
20. Updates and creates new policies as needed in conjunction with Director.
20. Maintains communication between Central Billing Office and Billing Services to resolve issues with provider numbers,
system issues, and carrier issues.
21. Performs additional duties as assigned.

Education:

o Bachelor’s degree required
o Accounting, Finance, Health Administration or related field. MBA, CPA or CPAM preferred.

Experience & Knowledge:

o Minimum 5 years of progressive experience in healthcare revenue cycle operations required.
o Minimum 3 years supervisory experience required, which includes experience hiring, training, evaluating, disciplining, developing and engaging staff members required.
o Must have excellent working knowledge of claim submission (UB04/HCFA 1500) and third party payers.
o Knowledge of Federal Billing Regulations required.
o Must be detail-oriented and organized, with good analytical and problem solving ability.
o Notable client service, communication, presentation and relationship building skills required.
o Ability to function independently and as a team player in a fast-paced environment required.
o Must have strong written and verbal communication skills.
o High tolerance level for a potentially stressful environment.
o Excellent knowledge of ICD-10 and CPT coding as well as reimbursement.

Special Skills & Equipment Knowledge:

o Demonstrated ability to use PCs, Microsoft Office suite, and general office equipment (i.e. printers, copy machine, FAX machine, etc.) required.
o Oracle, Kronos, Soarian, Athena, and/or claim scrubber experience preferred.

Chief Financial Officer

Allegheny Clinic
Allegheny Health Network
Pittsburgh, PA

Allegheny Health Network is seeking a Chief Financial Officer for its physician organization, Allegheny Clinic. Allegheny Health Network is a transformative organization in the midst of major revitalization where the physician enterprise is the foundation for future financial strength. This is an outstanding opportunity for a dynamic and talented operational finance executive to join the Allegheny Clinic, which will serve as the centerpiece to a system-wide growth and population health strategy.

Position description

The Chief Financial Officer of Allegheny Clinic will provide financial and operational leadership and vision for the Allegheny Clinic. S/he will be responsible for the efficient and effective development and operation of the practice management finance functions. The CFO will be responsible for ensuring the financial sustainability of the physician enterprise and will support the strategic vision of the Allegheny Health Network. As a member of the senior management team, s/he will participate in the strategic decision-making processes.

Qualifications

The ideal candidate will be a highly intelligent financial executive who possesses strong analytical and strategic-thinking ability, as well as a strong command of medical group practice financial operations and related financial principles. An advanced degree with a concentration in finance, business, or healthcare finance administration and/or a CPA is required. A minimum of ten years’ of increasingly responsible senior health care, financial operations management experience, ideally as the CFO, in a large, multi-site provider group setting, preferably within an integrated delivery system.

The Organization

Allegheny Health Network (AHN) is a $2.5 billion integrated delivery healthcare system that includes eight hospitals with 2,300+ beds; six surgery centers; 1,300 employed physicians, 1,700 aligned physicians, 200 primary care and specialty care practices. AHN includes service delivery models in four regions with 200 locations. ANH is a subsidiary of Highmark Health, a national health and wellness enterprise that ranks as the third largest integrated health care delivery and financing system in the United States, with consolidated revenues of $16.8 billion and $30 billion in assets.

Allegheny Clinic is comprised of nearly 1,300 employed physicians with diverse clinical service lines and senior leadership at each hospital. The Clinic employs approximately 4,700 people and over 450 mid-level providers. With over 412 clinic locations, the experienced clinicians of Allegheny Clinic generated more than $500 million in net revenues for FYE 2016.

Location

Pittsburgh, the seat of Allegheny County with a population of 306,211 is the second-largest city in Pennsylvania. Historically known for steel, Pittsburgh’s industrial legacy left the region with a plethora of internationally regarded museums, medical centers, parks, research infrastructure, libraries, a vibrantly diverse cultural district, and the most bars per capita in the US. This legacy has earned Pittsburgh the title of America’s “most livable city” by Places Rated Almanac, Forbes, and The Economist while inspiring National Geographic and Today to name the city a top world destination. Since 2004, the area has added over 3,000 hotel rooms with higher occupancy than 11 comparable cities.

Today, Apple, Google, and Intel are among 1,600 technology firms generating $10.8 billion in annual Pittsburgh payrolls, with the area serving as the long-time federal agency headquarters for cyber defense, software engineering, robotics, energy research, and the nuclear navy. R&D leaders Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh annually produce multiple startups as the city has earned the top rank as “America’s smartest” with a total of 68 area colleges and universities, 38 of them non-profit. The nation’s fifth largest bank, nine Fortune 500 companies, and six of the top 300 US law firms make their global headquarters in the Pittsburgh area, while RAND, BNY Mellon, Nova, Bayer, FedEx, GSK and NIOSH have large regional bases that helped Pittsburgh become the sixth-best metro area for US job growth.

Contact

Please forward resume or referrals (email preferred) to:

Beth Ross
bethsross@yahoo.com
781-934-8111
www.PhillipsDipisa.com

About Phillips DiPisa

Phillips DiPisa is a retained executive search firm serving the healthcare and life sciences industries. Ranked as one of the top healthcare recruiting firms in the country, Phillips DiPisa is known for leading healthcare into the future by its growing base of clients across the country, drawing on a national pool of candidates. For more information, please visit their website at www.phillipsdipisa.com.

Job ID 2016-1690
# of Openings 1
Job Locations US-OH-Cincinnati
Category Audit
Information about this job:

Overview:

We are looking for an Audit Senior Manager with Revenue Cycle experience who is self-motivated and wants to be part of an organization that focuses on adding client value. In this consultative position, you will work with and lead a team that partners with senior staff, including the CEO, CFO and Governance, to identify and evaluate risk, as well as develop and execute the internal audit function. As a CHAN Healthcare Senior Manager, you will manage a team, experience challenging assignments, and grow and develop your leadership and technical skills.

At CHAN Healthcare you and your team will receive industry-leading support and technology. Working on-site provides you the ability to witness and experience the impact that your recommendations have on your client’s day-to-day healthcare operations.

CHAN Healthcare is the market leader in providing Internal Audit and Consulting Services to the healthcare industry. We deliver innovative solutions to today’s complex healthcare issues. As a values-based company, we assist in advancing the missions of our clients.

If you have a passion for success and want to add client value, apply today!
Qualifications:

A minimum of 7 years of audit and/or healthcare finance experience
Experience in healthcare revenue cycle is required
Demonstrated ability to successfully communicate with people at all levels
Strong written and verbal communication skills, solid executive presence
Supervisory/leadership experience
A professional certification (CIA, CPA, CISA) is preferred

We offer solid relocation packages, so qualified professionals from all geographies are encouraged to apply.
What you can expect from a career with CHAN:

At CHAN Healthcare, you will have a competitive compensation and benefits package with PTO, holidays, a focus on continuous learning, industry leading technology and a collaborative and supportive culture.

EOE
M/F/D/V

Job Locations
US-OH-Various Cities (ex: Cincinnati, Lima, Cleveland, etc.)
Overview:
Audit Manager

Are you looking to grow your career?  We are looking for an experienced Audit Manager with Physician Practices experience who can provide the level and quality of service for which we have become known. The successful candidate will work with senior staff to develop the internal audit program, perform various audits/projects and execute the organization’s internal audit function. Working on-site provides you the ability to witness and experience the impact that your recommendations have on your client’s day-to-day healthcare operations. We offer challenging work and the ability to make a difference every day!

At CHAN Healthcare you will work independently while receiving industry-leading support and technology. CHAN offers a robust knowledge management center where you can develop your career as well as create and share leading practices with other CHAN Associates and our clients.

CHAN Healthcare is the market leader in providing Internal Audit and Consulting Services to the healthcare industry. We deliver innovative solutions to today’s complex healthcare issues. As a values-based company, we assist in advancing the missions of our clients.

If you have a passion for success and want to add client value, apply today!
Qualifications:
A Bachelor’s Degree in a related concentration
A minimum of 5 years of internal audit and/or healthcare finance experience
Experience with physician contract arrangements and physician compensation models is required
A demonstrated history of success in similar positions
Self-motivation, high standards, executive presence and excellent communication skills
Certification as a CPA, CIA or CISA preferred
This position can be located in a variety of Ohio cities. Also, we offer solid relocation packages, so qualified professionals from all geographies are encouraged to apply.

https://careers-chanllc.icims.com/jobs/1674/audit-manager/job
What you can expect from a career with CHAN:
At CHAN Healthcare, you will have a competitive compensation and benefits package with PTO, holidays, industry leading technology, focus on continuous learning and a collaborative and supportive culture.

EOE
M/F/D/V

Regional Positions
Senior Director, Revenue Cycle – Regional CBO in Sacramento, CA

Sutter Physician Services (SPS), located in Sacramento, California, is looking for a Senior Director, Revenue Cycle. SPS is an affiliate of Sutter Health that provides revenue cycle/patient financial services, patient access, and accountable care solutions to Sutter Health affiliated physician practices and other services (such as home health/hospice services, ambulatory surgery centers, reference laboratories, and clinical trials). Sutter has 24 hospitals, 33 surgery centers and several thousand affiliated providers throughout California.

The Senior Director of Revenue Cycle is responsible for the overall operating performance of Revenue Cycle Solutions service line to all SPS’s clients (last year there were in excess of $3.4B in collections). This multi-dimensional and complex operation will include claims submission/billing, follow-up, payment posting, denial management, self-pay A/R, and bad debt programs utilizing EPIC for all their revenue cycle management.

To be part of this exciting opportunity with this growing organization please send an email to SutterSDRevCycle@wkadvisors.com to request a detailed job description or visit our website at www.wkadvisors.com. An impressive compensation and relocation package is available.

April Allen or Ben Haden
WK Advisors
2000 Warrington Way, Suite 200
Louisville, Kentucky 40222
Phone: 502-228-4030
Toll Free: 877-228-4030
Email: SutterSDRevCycle@wkadvisors.com

A Northeast Florida independent community healthcare system, has retained Witt/Kieffer to aid in the recruitment of its Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

The 335 bed not-for-profit acute care center is consistently recognized nationally for overall clinical excellence, consistently ranks among the top 5% in the nation for clinical excellence and patient safety and was Northeast Florida’s first hospital to receive the ANCC Magnet designation.

Reporting directly to the President and Chief Executive Officer, the CFO will provide overall financial leadership and direction, coordination, development and evaluation of financial programs to ensure funding for new and continuing operations to maximize returns on investments, increase productivity and attain objectives consistent with the stated mission/vision of the hospital. He/she will be responsible for conducting a thorough ongoing analysis of the financial health of the hospital and continually advising leadership on the most effective ways to support the growing complexity of the organization. He/she will also understand the effect that politics and economic trends will have on the organization’s plans and make logical decisions and recommendations accordingly.

A bachelor’s degree is required and a CPA is preferred. Candidates will have a minimum of three to five years experience in a senior financial management position with an acute healthcare system with a demonstrated track record of success. The ability to effectively deal with all kinds of people ranging from civic leaders to employees and from legislators to the general public will be essential.

Interested parties should direct all nominations and resumes to John McFarland at jmcfarland@wittkieffer.com or by calling 678-302-1565.