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Chief Executive Officer
  • Full Time
  • Anywhere

The CEO is responsible to the Board of Directors of Northwest Primary Care for the administration, direction, and coordination of all clinic activities, except those directly involving professional medical judgment. Reporting Relationships The CEO has a primary obligation to the corporation as a whole and reports to the Board of Directors. Supervisory Relationships The administrator supervises all support personnel, appoints supervisors and delegates authority and responsibility when and where needed as indicated. Directly Responsible for
• Board of Directors Support • Practitioner Support and Operations
• Finance, Patient Business and Information Systems
• Personnel Supervision and Management
• Legal and Accounting Relationships
• External Business Relationships
• Other support services as directed by the Board of Directors Essential Functions Board of Directors (BOD) Support
• Responsible for the maintenance of all professional standards and procedures as delineated by the Board of Directors.
• Implement corporate directives as determined by the BOD.
• Take necessary corrective action to keep costs commensurate with the clinic’s objectives and recommend appropriate action the Board of Directors.
• Present monthly reports to the Board or Directors regarding Operations and Finances needed by the BOD. • Present ad hoc information as requested by the BOD.
• Present recommendations on planning, policy, organization, control and other such details of clinic operations which may be necessary or desirable for corporate continuity. About the Position AMGA Executive Recruitment 7 Practitioner Support and Operations
• Coordinate and take required action with the Medical Director in the support of practitioners.
• Update corporate management structure as needed to meet NWPC goals and objectives
• Work with supervisors to ensure staff are supporting patients and practitioners to the best of their ability.
• Work with supervisors to facilitate Building and Equipment monitoring and maintenance.
• Work with supervisors to ensure sufficient and appropriate medical supplies and injectables are available.
• Develop, review and refine the Department Operations Policies and Procedures manual.
• Meet regularly with supervisory staff to inform them of needs, developments and receive reports from them regarding the operations of their departments.
• Implement appropriate communication means to keep all operation and administrative staff informed of clinic goals and achievements. Administrative, Legal and Financial Relationships
• Initiate and evaluate new business opportunities.
• Develop and maintain corporate relationships (Hospital Systems, Governmental, NGO’s, IPA’s) • Coordinate with Corporate Legal Counsel as needed.
• Coordinate with Corporate Accounting, Banking, Retirement Plans as needed. Finance, Patient Business, Marketing and Information Systems
• Work with the Finance Director to ensure all financial systems including General Accounting, Payroll, Accounts Payable and Vendor Contracting systems meet corporate needs and objectives.
• Work with the Finance Director to ensure all Patient Business systems including Patient Scheduling, Coding, Business Office, Credit and Collections, Referral and Medical Records systems meet corporate needs and objectives.
• Direct and manage Information Technology and Information Management personnel and services to meet corporate needs and objectives.
• Work with the Finance Director to ensure the corporate fee schedule is updated annually.
• Work with the Finance Director to ensure all Payor contracts are updated annually.
• Work with the Finance Director to ensure corporate Accounts Receivable and Payor adjustments are reviewed and managed monthly.
• Work with the Finance Director to prepare an annual operating budget and capital acquisition budget for approval by corporate Finance Committee.
• Ensure NWPC successfully markets its services to ensure a steady source of new patients.
• Ensure NWPC provides good patient care through monitoring of patient experiences. AMGA Executive Recruitment 8 Personnel Supervision and Management
• Serve as liaison and primary channel of communication between the Board of Directors and Employees.
• Develop, Review and refine the corporate Employee Personnel manual.
• Develop, Review and refine the corporate Policy and Procedures manual.
• Appoint and supervise Managers and other supervisory positions.
• Assist in the recruitment and orientation of all new practitioners and staff.
• Ensure Personnel Management Records and Services meet regulatory and operational Employer requirements. Legal and Accounting Relationships
• Act as liaison with the corporate attorney to ensure legal federal, state and local requirements are met, and corporate contracts are reviewed as needed.
• Act as liaison with the corporate Accounting and Tax CPAs to ensure the annual Reviewed Financial Statements and annual Audited 401k/Pension Plan are completed as well as Federal, State and local taxes are complied with.
• Act as liaison with the corporate 401k/Pension Plan support services (i.e. Trustee, Financial Consultant, Administrative Services.)
• Act as liaison with the corporate Staff Benefits consultant.
• Act as liaison with the corporate Professional Liability and General Insurance Agencies to ensure all necessary liability coverage is placed appropriately.
• Ensure NWPC meets or exceeds all Federal and State regulatory requirements. External Business Relationships
• Act as liaison with Providence Health System to ensure corporate needs and objectives are met through positive relationships.
• Act as liaison with Oregon Independent Medical Group Coalition (OIMC)to ensure corporate needs and objectives are met.
• Act as liaison with national, state and local medical industry associations and agencies. Other support services as directed by the Board of Directors Required Service Skills Employees of Northwest Primary Care Group are required to consistently implement the Clinic’s Service Culture.
• effective care by continually learning, training, improving teamwork, and rewarding service excellence.
Physical Qualifications Requires full range of body motion to include, lifting up to 50 pounds. Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity to operate telephones and computers. Skilled in English grammar and spelling. Background The ideal candidate will have private practice medical group leadership experience. The group is fiercely independent and desires to remain independent. Background could include finance, business or operations. Strong financial acumen and negotiating payer contracts will be essential.

To apply for this job, please email your details with a cover letter and resume to jill@nwpc.com