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The Practice Manager is responsible for the management, coordination, administration and operational day to day activity of Urgent Care, Radiology, and Lab. Under the general guidance of the Ambulatory leadership, the Practice Manager will be focused on facilitating convenient, accessible, quality urgent care for patients, growth opportunities, resource management, policy and program development, and sound fiscal management.
Responsible for direction of patient care that promotes safety and well-being of all patients in the Urgent Care Department. Plans, directs, coordinates and evaluates the overall clinical practice and administrative activities of front and back office staff: including fiscal, equipment, and human resource management.
Responsible for establishing and maintaining effective communication within all departments, vendors, community, patients and staff services in the health system. Ensures charge capture is maximized and expenses are managed through on-going review and analysis of financial and clinical data. Analyses data, projects trends and assesses the actual target performance.
Advises leadership on issues related to budget goals and objectives by recommending solutions. Prepares, submits, and reports analytical data, spreadsheets and any other business material as needed. Manages a full range of human resource processes including recruitment, training, performance evaluations, staff development and discipline. Supports department managers with new program development and other special projects.
A Bachelor's Degree; or equivalent in Business/Healthcare Administration or related field.
Five (5) years of experience in hospital/ambulatory clinical operations.
Proven supervisory and leadership skills with ability to motivate, direct, and manage staff in accomplishing established goals and objectives.
Experience in developing measurements, monitoring and training to ensure goals and standards are consistently met and upheld.
Demonstrated ability in analyzing complex issues or problem, formulating and implementing creative solutions.
Proven ability to determine the key business issues and conceptualize significant program enhancements to develop appropriate action plans from multidisciplinary perspectives.
Demonstrated ability to lead professionals through influence and collaboration.
Proficient in team building, conflict resolution, group interaction, project management, and budget management.
Strong skills in complex analytic problem solving, project management, change management, and group process.
Proven ability to develop long-term planning to ensure organization changes/goals are met.
Excellent business acumen and superb oral and written communication skills.
Skills to maintain a professional, ethical attitude.
A Master's Degree; or equivalent in Business Administration/Healthcare or related field.
Experience of working in ambulatory care clinic (preferably urgent care).
Experience with Budgets, P&L accountability including performance against given budgets and performance metrics.