Full Time 40 hours Grade 052 Nursing Practice Admin/SMH Responsibilities General Purpose: Responsible for overseeing the financial statements for the Nursing Practice. Responsible for generating nursing performance measures in support of monthly Strong Nursing financial statements. Compile data for agency personnel and troubleshoot issues with vendors. Specific Responsibilities: Under the general direction of the Associate Director - Finance Nursing Practice SMH with supervision by Sr. Financial Analyst -Nursing, conforming to URMC policies but retaining latitude for independent judgment and initiative: Prepare/analyze monthly nursing reports to review variances to operating budget.Makes recommendations as appropriate Collects, analyzes and submission of NDNQI data via on-line system. Generate and analyze nursing performance reports including cost per patient day, nursing care hours per patient day, and nursing care indicators. Maintain Database for all RN Agency and 1:1 Companion Sitter Invoices.Troubleshoot all issues with the vendors in a timely manner.Assist in implementation of on-line invoicing for companion sitters. Generate annual operating budget submissions in Axiom budget system and prepare summary of any issues. Generate ad hoc financial reports especially during the operating budget season. Assist in the preparation of business plans for nursing units, including budgeting for staffing and non-salary costs. Other duties as described by the Associate Director, Nursing Finance Requirements: Bachelorâ™s degree and one to two yearsâ™ experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Strong computer skills with expertise in Excel. Knowledge of Microsoft Access. Strong interpersonal skills and teamwork are essential. Demonstrate analytical and problem solving skills.
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