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Medical Practice Administrator – CFO

Our established, successful and continually growing private medical practice is searching for an experienced financial and operational leader to join our team in this key role.

We are centrally located in San Diego, CA. We have 14 Specialty Physicians / Surgeons at this time.

Role Summary/Purpose:

The Administrator / CFO reports to the Board of Directors and serves as an integral member of the senior management team. The Administrator / CFO role provides the leadership, management and vision necessary to ensure that the group practice has the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and infrastructure and people systems in place to effectively grow the organization and to ensure financial strength and operating efficiency. The Administrator / CFO role will be responsible for oversight of the P&L, developing, monitoring and evaluating overall corporate strategy with the BOD and leaders of business units with emphasis on bottom line performance, compliance and quality care. This position will provide useful financial insights to help make better decisions about formulating and executing strategy.

Essential Roles and Responsibilities:

The Administrator / Chief Financial Officer is responsible for managing all hands-on operational aspects of the practice. Supports the BOD in continuing successful growth of the practice.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provide day-to-day leadership and management guidance which mirror the practice mission and core values. Bottom Line: ongoing growth of our self-sustaining practice.
  • Responsible for driving the practice to achieve and surpass profitability, cash flow and business goals and objectives while maintaining quality care.
  • Responsible for establishing internal and external processes and key performance indicators for the business and for their measurement and effectiveness.
  • Provide timely, accurate and complete reports on the operating condition of the company.
  • Spearhead the development, communication and implementation of effective growth strategies and processes.
  • Collaborate with the management team to develop and implement plans for the operational infrastructure of systems, processes, and personnel designed to accommodate the growth objectives of the practice.
  • Ensure that practice has the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures to meet operational and financial targets.
  • Motivate and lead a high performance teams; attract, recruit and retain new Physicians. Make “hiring / firing” recommendations.
  • Build infrastructure, contracts and support staff for new Physicians joining the practice.
  • Act as lead "client-care officer" through direct contact with clients and partners.
  • Foster a success-oriented, accountable environment within the practice.
  • Maintain continuous lines of communication, keeping the BOD informed of all critical issues.
  • Ongoing monitoring, development and implementation for the Company’s Quality System
  • Direct short-term and long-range planning and budget development to support strategic business goals.
  • Support personnel actions by ensuring all HR and related functions are properly performed.
  • Assist in the protection of the organization by ensuring it is legally protected and by ensuring compliance with all applicable laws and policies.


  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college. Medical practice or hospital background, and a MBA are preferred.
  • Minimum of 5+ years of experience in developing broad-scoped business relationships and managing and growing in a medical practice or hospital setting
  • Ability to develop, layout, and follow through on detailed business plans and programs
  • Strong negotiating ability
  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills, self-confidence
  • Strong business and financial acumen
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Integrative team working style, easy contact, rapid to adaptation, can foster team spirit
  • Able to effectively interface with all levels of on-site and off-site employees and contractors.
  • Working knowledge of assigned systems and client organization and practices
  • Team player with a competitive spirit to excel and the ability to influence and motivate others.
  • Good communication skills, and capable of listening.

Essential Roles and Responsibilities:

The Administrator / Chief Financial Officer is responsible for supporting the executive team with key financial information and operational analytics while driving a culture of accountability in managing the business, and adding value to operating practice.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the corporate financial strategy, financial capital and communicate capital requirements/ implications of business decisions to BOD
  • Conduct meaningful proactive analysis to improve key business decisions focusing on management of working capital, use of financial vehicles, and others
  • Grow equity value – increase gross profit and reduce debt
  • Provide useful financial insights to help make better decisions about formulating and executing business strategy
  • Oversee internal control processes required to manage and grow the business
  • Anticipate and correct potential problems in advance
  • Drive the annual budget process and the monthly reporting
  • Proactively manage cash flows
  • Monitor proper financial reporting to determine daily and weekly gross profit estimates
  • Oversee financial risk management policy
  • Effectively manage banks, board of director, suppliers, and other financial relationships
  • Structure, negotiate, and finalize purchase agreements and contracts


  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college. Finance background, Medical practice or hospital experience and a MBA in Accounting, Finance or Business are preferred.
  • Minimum of 5+ years of experience in developing broad-scoped business relationships and managing and growing companies in a medical environment
  • Up to date knowledge of current financial and accounting computer applications.
  • Excellent verbal, analytical, organizational and written skills.


We are offering a competitive base salary and bonus. Full benefits. 401K and profit share.

Please apply to:

Posted 12/4/19

Practice Administrator - Cypress Healthcare Partners

Responsible for leading and providing management oversight of the operations in one or more medical clinics of either single or multi-specialty practices. Shall address and resolve all issues pertaining to practice operations in accordance with established budgets, policies and procedures of the medical group(s). Shall demonstrate visibility and build trust among all shareholders to include staff, healthcare providers, the assigned healthcare system and their affiliates as well as the medical group management team.

Incumbent will be responsible for the coordination and compliance of all labor laws and human resources best practices within the group. Promotes the use of information technology and systems in order to set and obtain medical group(s) goals and benchmarks; becoming a champion participant and user of the electronic medical record platform. Establishes and maintains budgets for practice(s); implements new clinical and other programs; integrate newly acquired physician practices and/or healthcare providers into the medical group; and complete other duties as assigned. He/She shall perform duties under a matrix reporting structure including to the hospital leadership, the medical group leadership and Executives.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Actively participates/attends (chairs when indicated), regular Board and Executive Committee meetings, including agenda preparation, meeting minute documentation and distribution.
  • Provides leadership in developing and implementing the medical group(s) business plans and goals based on the organization’s strategic goals and objectives.
  • Recommends, develops, implements and updates strategic long-and short-range plans to support the medical practice's philosophy and goals
  • Establishes a regular forum to ensure leadership is kept abreast of current trends, operational concerns whether administrative or medical and submits recommendations for correction.
  • Regularly monitors the practice(s) activities and workflows to ensure the fulfillment of patient centered quality care; safeguarding compliance with rules and guidelines related to all regulatory agencies and accrediting organizations.
  • Collaborates with leadership and hospital teams on population health management activities surrounding quality measures and reimbursement for programs such as MACRA/MIPS, Anthem HMO/EPHC, Aspire, CCAH, etc.
  • Works with the Revenue Cycle Management team and monitors key metrics and benchmarks to ensure that B&C services are within acceptable ranges (e.g., unsigned provider notes, registration workflows, etc.)
  • Manages and develops human resources consistent with organization values, guidelines, regulatory agencies, established contracts and legal requirements.
  • Builds trust and maintains high-level employee engagement and morale among team members. Seeks opportunities to reward and recognize staff, fostering strong team cohesiveness.
  • Provides well-defined roles, direction and expectations within the team, cultivating strong working relationships. Empowering team to share in decisions that affect their practice; recognizing the value of each individual's contribution.
  • Keeps projects on track/working with teams to eliminate or abate barriers. Addressing obstacles as they arise; responding quickly and directly in employing a coaching approach to minimize impact.
  • Promotes the use of information technology. Demonstrates an understanding of relevant applications used in regular operations of the practice(s). Proficiency in examining work processes to identify what can be more effective and how to be more productive. Ensures self and staff are trained and maintain up-to-date skill sets.
  • Diligently works to obtain and maintain any necessary or desirable accreditations, licenses and certifications of the practice(s) including but not limited to NCQA, PCMH compliance, etc.
  • Responsible for overseeing the maintenance of OSHA, HIPAA, IIPP, SDS, APP, Medical Waste, Quality Assurance and Equipment Logs as well as Facility Licenses and Certifications.
  • Maintains a working knowledge of CPT, ICD-10/HCC, and HCPCS coding as well as risk adjustment and risk bearing payer policies
  • Focus on optimizing patient satisfaction and experience. Implements and monitors patient satisfaction survey tools and social media outlets (e.g., Yelp and Google Reviews). Continuously identifies areas for improved patient satisfaction and implements improvement plans.
  • Places significant emphasis on accounting and financial controls, budgeting, benchmarking, timely reporting and bottom-line performance. Works with leadership to develop budgets, marketing strategies and to implement any new business plans, policies or growth strategies.
  • Builds key relationships with all significant contacts including practice physicians, service line leaders, support team, and relevant department heads and supervisors.
  • Maintain a high-degree of knowledge and demonstrates understanding of the policies and procedures of the Medical Group
  • Learn, apply and teach a variety of rules, regulations, policies and procedures applicable to the ever-changing healthcare environment
  • Maintains professional affiliations and enhances professional development to keep current in the latest health care trends and developments
  • Demonstrate a professional image and positive attitude toward all patients and staff. Manage-up staff and support quality patient care.
  • Displays effective communication skills with vulnerable patient populations (i.e. financial circumstances, education, place of residence, health, age, personal characteristics, functional or developmental status, ability to communicate effectively, presence of chronic illness or disability)
  • Detail oriented with effective organizational skills. Employing time management efficiency tools.

Educational, Experience, Licensing and Certification Requirements:

At least 5 years of health care experience including 3 years of senior leadership experience within a healthcare system or medical group management team.

  • MBA, MHA or MD.
  • Financial expertise in healthcare fiscal management.
  • Strong, demonstrated interest and competency in operational aspects of physician practices.
  • Established competency in implementing benchmarks and performance measures.
  • Epic EHR experience preferred, this position must become reasonably proficient using Epic, particularly for operational workflows as well as management reporting purposes.
  • Current California Driver’s License, reliable vehicle and proof of insurance.
  • Certified Medical Practice Executive (CMPE) through MGMA’s American College of Medical Practice Executives (ACMPE) is desirable.
  • Strong analytical skills, problem solving and critical thinking.

Language Skills:

  • Able to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing.
  • Additional languages preferred.


  • Understanding of medical terminology
  • Must have excellent customer service skills

The employee performing this position is expected to possess the ability to use effectively and efficiently a computer and related business and medical software. S/he must be able to use typical business equipment, such as computer, fax machine, photocopier, adding machine, business telephone, voicemail, and e-mail. Errors are expected to be kept to a minimum.

Apply to/at:

Posted 11/11/19

Full Time Nuclear Medicine Technologist for Cardiac SPECT and Cardiac PET/CT

Modern Nuclear, Inc. is currently seeking a California and nationally licensed Full Time Nuclear Medicine Technologist for Cardiac SPECT and Cardiac PET/CT to join our team!

About Us

Modern Nuclear, Inc. prides itself on being one of the leading mobile imaging services provider in the nation. Our team members are dedicated to transforming the patient experience while delivering exceptional care. We are seeking a motivated individual who is proactive in nature, eager to learn, reliable, a team player. Our Nuclear Medicine Technologist position is for someone who wishes to stay with our company long-term and grow with us as we continue to expand.

Business Hours/Locations:

  • Modern Nuclear, Inc. provides mobile imaging services throughout Los Angeles, Orange, and Riverside counties. Our business hours are Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm, however, we have overtime hours available and a rotating Saturday schedule.

Required Qualifications:

  • Required: Valid State of California Nuclear Medicine Technology (CNMT), with ARRT or NMTCB
  • Required: Valid State of California Venipuncture/IV Contrast License CPR Card for Healthcare provider (AHA Approved Course) MMR and Varicella Vaccination Records or Titers Current PPD/TB or Chest XR (Within past 12 months) Health Clearance (Within past 12 months)
  • Preferred: Minimum 2 years’ experience within the past 36 months performing Nuclear Cardiac Studies, preferably with experience with Digirad dual head with Cedar Sinai QPS & QGS, or PET/CT cardiac imaging, or both.


  • This position is full-time and salary is dependent on experience. We offer a competitive hourly wage and mileage reimbursement.
  • We offer paid holidays, full Medical/Dental health benefits, paid time off, vacation
  • There is plenty of room for opportunity: we are a rapidly growing company and your position/salary will be reviewed on an annual basis to ensure that both the goals of our employees and the company are being met

If this sounds like you and you are interested in joining our team, please apply. We can't wait to hear from you!

Please apply to:

Posted 10/30/19

CEO Marin Cancer Care  - Greenbrae, CA

Join the premier cancer care practice in Marin County which is known for its beautiful scenery, lifestyle, culture and proximity to San Francisco.

This position reports directly to the 10 physician board of directors. The practice provides state of the art compassionate, integrative medical care including; hematology, medical oncology, radiation oncology and research studies. Overall responsibilities are to manage financial, contracting with leases, payors/vendors/chemo suppliers, explore, analyze and recommend new business opportunities to diversify revenue streams, maintain hospital and referring physician relationships, cost/benefit analysis of equipment purchases, compliance and leading departments including Operations, Revenue Cycle, HR, Nursing and Research.

The CEO is retiring after 25 years which demonstrates the longevity and loyalty to this position. There is low staff turnover in this group due to the physicians’ commitment to the staff, excellent benefits and family team atmosphere.

Skills Desired: Financial analysis/cost benefit analysis with well researched facts, ability to manage and motivate staff while delivering superlative customer service. Negotiation skills are essential. Ability to listen and communicate effectively and persuasively with physicians and staff. Honesty and ethics are paramount. Ability to recruit and retain quality physicians and employees. Accounting/finance knowledge is desired. MBA or MHA is a plus. Oncology experience also a plus.

Requirements: At least ten years medical group management with direct reporting relationship to the owner physicians. Please do not apply if you do not have medical group management experience.

Salary Range: 200k+ depending on experience - Excellent benefits including 401K with matching.

Resumes to: or fax (415) 764-4802. DO NOT CONTACT THE PRACTICE DIRECTLY. Any applicants or recruiters that do, will be disregarded.

Posted 10/24/19

Physical Therapist Assistant

Burch Physical Therapy is seeking a physical therapist assistant for our manual therapy and exercise focused outpatient orthopedic clinic.


Check out this You Tube video summarizing just some of the activities you can enjoy in our community!

Redding offers local access to hiking and biking on many trails and nearby national forests. Visit Mt. Lassen, enjoy water sports at Shasta and Whiskeytown Lakes, snowboarding and skiing at nearby Mt. Shasta, fishing in the Sacramento River, and more! Anyone who enjoys an outdoor hobby from golf to hiking, kayaking to mountain biking, it’s all available in our community! Redding also offers a wide variety of major retailers, local restaurants and music venues.


Competitive salary (negotiable based upon experience and specialty certifications a plus), holiday pay, paid time off, 401(k), long-term disability insurance, life insurance, employer paid health insurance, and continuing education assistance. Relocation assistance available for out-of-area applicants.

At Burch Physical Therapy we treat patients with a variety of orthopedic injuries, sports and work-related injuries, chronic, acute and post-operative spine injuries. We have a dedicated hand rehabilitation department. Our patient populations also include oncology patients. We have a large aquatic patient population.


Burch Physical Therapy is interested in physical therapists assistants who are seeking professional growth and are passionate about the profession of physical therapy. We encourage and provide an atmosphere of learning and sharing of knowledge. Quality of patient care and evidenced based treatment is emphasized.


Applicant must be a graduate of an APTA accredited school of physical therapy. Qualified applicants must possess a current physical therapy assistant license from the State of California (or be eligible to obtain). Must be current CPR certified.


Submit your resume and cover letter

Fax: 530-226-9070

Mail: 85Hartnell Ave. Ste. 300, Redding, CA 96002

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $25.00 to $30.00 /hour

Posted 9/20/19

Operations Manager

GENERAL SUMMARY OF DUTIES: Responsible to assist the Executive Director with the operation of clinic services; providing leadership; direction; administration of operations to ensure accomplishments of objectives.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Reports to Executive Director.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED: Coordinates with department heads and administrative support staff as directed by Executive Director. Responsible for Business Office & Front Office operations.


  • Oversees daily office operations, delegates authority to assigned supervisors as necessary.
  • Directs, supervises, coordinates specific functions and/or Clinic activities as requested including front office, computer systems, material management, data processing, maintenance, support services, HIPAA, Compliance, OSHA, and special projects as assigned.
  • Assists in the selection, employment, development and management of front office staff.
  • Responsible for Clinic Compliance, Policies and Procedures.
  • Develops guidelines to prioritize work activities, to evaluate effectiveness, to modify activities as necessary. Ensures office is staffed appropriately.
  • Assists Supervisors to establish deadlines for work assignments/completion. Monitors work status and progress.
  • Oversees and approves office supply inventory, ensures mail is opened and processed; offices are opened/closed according to procedures.
  • Ensures patients are treated courteously by office staff; visitors are screened and properly directed.
  • Ensures requests for information is handled promptly and efficiently.
  • Works with administrative staff to ensure efforts are coordinated and high quality patient care is provided.
  • Coordinates with Senior Management in monitoring medical activities to ensure cost effective, high quality health care for patients.
  • Reviews and interprets operational problems/policies with department heads. Resolves problems and recommends change to Executive Director.
  • Facilitates communication to ensure proper flow of information. Participates in Public Relations programs and Committee meetings.
  • Collects data, prepares reports, analyzes statistics, answers correspondence, manages projects assigned by Board and/or Executive Director.
  • Performs all duties as assigned.
  • Maintains strictest confidentiality.

The jobholder must demonstrate competencies applicable to the job position.

EDUCATION: Baccalaureate Degree in Business Administration or related experience.

EXPERIENCE: Minimum three years in Health Administration, including two years in a clinic




Posted 9/16/19

Director, Emergency Department Business Operations

NorthBay Healthcare

Fairfield, CA

Avoca Search has partnered with NorthBay Healthcare in recruiting an innovative and strategic leader to serve as the new Director of Emergency Department Business Operations. Based in California’s Napa Valley region, NorthBay Healthcare is a non-profit, community-based health system which encompasses two Magnet-designated hospitals, NorthBay Medical Center and NorthBay VacaValley Hospital, as well as an ambulatory surgery center and a 100-physician multi-specialty group. Additionally, NorthBay is the only health care system in Northern California to be a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network and is the area’s only locally-based, locally-managed non-profit healthcare organization. NorthBay’s presence as a leader in innovative healthcare solutions is made possible by a talented team of professionals who enjoy making a difference as well as a living; “The NorthBay Way”. The principles that lead their work include Caring, Collaboration, Communication, and Competence.

This Director is a highly visible leader who has primary responsibility for Emergency Services business operations. The Director will collaborate closely with the Emergency Medical Director, Trauma Medical Director, and Director of Trauma Services. This highly experienced, strategic operations leader has administrative authority to work with entities across NorthBay Healthcare in order to meet established accountabilities. The Director is an engaged leader and mentor responsible for assuring the provision of effective, high-quality patient care and encompassing multiple responsibilities which include operational and strategic oversight of Emergency Departments at NorthBay Medical Center and VacaValley Hospital. The Director will be able to identify opportunities for improvements and work closely with a dedicated group of professionals to develop strategy to achieve goals.

Ideal candidates will be results-oriented, visionary and collaborative leader with at least three years of relevant, progressive management experience and increasing scope of responsibility. Experience in Emergency Services is preferred. Must have a master’s degree in business or related field.

Please forward all confidential resumes, inquiries or nominations to:

Melissa McCartie


Avoca Search

Full Time Medical Assistant - Capital Nephrology

In search of a certified full time medical assistant in a busy specialty office.  Must be certified MA, 2 years plus experience and EPIC knowledge or familiarity.

Please submit resume to

Posted 9/3/19

CEO - Pulmonary Medicine Associates 

Sacramento, CA

Lead one of the fastest growing multi-specialty pulmonary practices in the country providing in-patient and out-patient and telemedicine ICU care services. These include pulmonary/critical care, sleep, infectious disease, travel, wound care, hyperbaric, allergy/asthma/immunology, palliative and transitional care at multiple hospitals and clinic locations.

This position reports directly to the 8 physician board of directors. There are 35 physicians/providers and 90+ staff. Overall responsibilities are to manage all Hospital Relations, Business Development, Contracting, Financial, and department heads including Operations, Revenue Cycle, HR and IT. There is low staff turnover in this group due to the physicians’ commitment to the staff, excellent benefits and family team atmosphere. The CEO will be located at the administrative office in Sacramento.

Skills Desired: Financial analysis/cost benefit analysis with well researched facts, ability to manage and motivate staff while delivering superlative customer service. Ability to listen and communicate effectively and persuasively with physicians and staff. Ability to recruit and retain quality employees and physicians. Preparation of EXCEL spreadsheets with income distribution formulas and productivity. Accounting/finance knowledge is desired. MBA is a plus.

Requirements: At least ten years medical group management with direct reporting relationship to the owner physicians.

Salary Range: 160k+ depending on experience - Excellent benefits including 401K with matching.

Resumes to: or fax (415) 764-4802. DO NOT CONTACT THE PRACTICE DIRECTLY. Any applicants or recruiters that do, will be disregarded.

Manager/Administrator - Cardiac Medical Imaging Service


$65,000.00 – $85,000.00 per year

Manager/Administrator 5-10 yrs exp. req.

Seeking a professional person that is self motivated, with great personnel and customer relations skills. Candidate must also be ambitious and looking for a long term commitment. Candidate needs to be a quick learner to manage and Administrate our fast growing Cardiology service business. Candidates must also have knowledge of accounting, A/P ,A/R, patient insurance billing and collections. Additional experience and working knowledge of Medisoft and QuickBooks is critical . Preferred candidate would have an Bachelors degree in medical field, accounting, or business management and Spanish speaking a plus.


Posted: 7/29/19

Finance Director

San Diego Sports Medicine and Family Health Center is a thriving private medical practice with 40 providers in four clinical locations. We are hiring a full-time Financial Manager to oversee and administer the financial operations of our business.

Primary responsibilities include:

· Consistent monitoring of income, expenses and cash flow

· Bank statement reconciliation

· Cash/credit reconciliation

· Supervision of accounts payable

· Maintain checks and balances across all financial interactions

· Oversee billing department

· Training and coaching in financial tasks

· Monitor accounts receivables, payments and adjustments

· Prepare and maintain contracts

· Analyze and prepare data related to business growth

· In-house bookkeeping tasks using GAAP

· Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual reports

· Interface with external accountants

· Prepare annual business property tax statements

· Prepare annual budgets

· Communicate financial information to shareholders

· Advise on economic and regulatory risks

· Provide decision making support

Education: MBA/Master’s in Accounting or equivalent preferred


· 5+ years relevant work experience preferred

· Proven managerial skills of up to ten individuals

· Medical business experience highly desirable


· Quickbooks

· Word, Excel, PowerPoint

· Electronic health records & management systems experience preferred


· Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills

· Demonstrate reliable accuracy and clarity in reporting

· Possess solid decision-making skills

· Possess excellent people and relationship-building skills

· Demonstrate honesty and integrity in all areas


· Excellent references

· Flawless background check

· Drug-free workplace

San Diego Sports Medicine and Family Health Center does not discriminate against anyone, any time, for any reason. We require the same from all applicants, employees and representatives.

Salary commensurate with skills and experience.

To Apply: Please send your resume and cover letter to Jo Baxter, Director of Operations

Posted 7/22/19

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) – Central Valley Health Network (CVHN)

CVHN, headquartered in Sacramento, CA is a member-focused collaborative of 13 Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) which serve California’s Central Valley.  CVHN’s role is to provide advocacy leadership and support, for its members, through the influence and education of local, state and federal government entities, while keeping at the forefront the needs of the region. CVHN also provides opportunities for collaboration, training and technical assistance with a focus on Workforce Development.

SUMMARY OF DUTIES: Reporting to the Board of Directors, the CEO is responsible for the leadership and management of CVHN. The CEO helps refine the organization’s strategic plan and assures that CVHN is successfully implementing the Plan in support of the Network’s vision and mission. In addition, the CEO focuses on supporting the sustainability of the organization with appropriate infrastructure and funding resources. (Full job description available at

QUALIFICATIONS: The CEO of CVHN should have a proven track record of progressively responsible experience in organizational management and relationship building and experience managing a Consortia (or related) organization. An advanced degree is desirable.

Major Qualifications:

  • Experience and credibility with health care organizations and community providers.
  • Experience in health care policy and operations.
  • Proven leadership skills including: organizational development, personnel and fiscal management, fund development, strategic planning and establishing collaborative relationships with diverse constituents.
  • A track record of successfully building relationships and communicating effectively with various types of audiences and constituents from diverse cultures with different needs and multiple goals.
  • Experience working with a diverse Board of Directors.

Characteristics Necessary for Success

  • Highly proactive, visionary and forward looking. · Results-oriented. · Energetic and enthusiastic.
  • Flexible and adaptable.
  • Creative thinker, open to new ideas.
  • Ability to face media, legislative representatives and high-level government and agency officials.
  • Political savvy, diplomacy and negotiation skills.
  • Ability to move easily among very different constituencies.

APPLY TO:  Leslie Abasta-Cummings, Board Chair

Posted 4/15/19

Practice Administrator – Pulmonary/Critical Care/Sleep (San Luis Obispo area)

Our fast paced, innovative pulmonary medicine/critical care practice based in San Luis Obispo seeks a skilled and visionary leader for its practice administrator role.

Central Coast Chest Consultants (CCCC) is the leading pulmonary medicine practice in the SLO area. In addition to our office-based practices and sleep lab, our clinicians are affiliated with four area hospitals, where we provide state-of-the-art inpatient care. Our physicians also apply their clinical expertise to diverse patient-care interests including pulmonary hypertension, sleep medicine, and cancer research.

We have big plans for innovative new clinical services and more partnerships with local healthcare organizations. We need a talented and dedicated administrator who can elevate our business to make it happen!

Our consultants, Capko & Morgan ( are helping us find an exceptional candidate for this position.

We seek the following qualities in a new administrator:

• Proven ability to effectively a talented team of 30+ managers and staff across multiple office and hospital locations;

• Proven ability to lead new initiatives inside a mid-sized practice, including organizational changes;

• Familiarity with modern workflow and quality ideas, to help guide future improvements to our practice;

• Revenue cycle and payer contracting knowledge, ideally with both office and hospital billing experience;

• Superior analytical skills and a data-driven decision-making philosophy;

• Human resource skills for hiring, performance evaluation, training/professional development, and compensation planning;

• Track record of personal professional development;

• Familiarity with government and private payer programs (TCM and/or CCM experience and/or other quality programs a huge plus);

• Experience launching or overseeing clinical research highly desirable;

• Thorough knowledge of financial management and compliance management (OSHA, HIPAA, etc.) are essential;

• Bachelor’s degree preferred; advanced degree desirable. Participation in MGMA, AAPC, PAHCOM, and their certifications also a plus;

• Minimum of six (6) years management experience in a private group practice setting, ideally in a hospital-affiliated specialty.

To apply for this position, please send resume and cover letter/email to Laurie Morgan at

Posted 4/11/19

Histotechnician - Shasta Pathology Associates

Expedite and process all incoming histology and cytology specimens. Log histology and cytology specimens into the computer; label specimens and paperwork with accession number. Stain and cover­ slip slides and distribute them to appropriate pathologist. File slides numerically in slide drawer. Pull and dump tissue to discard, neutralize formalin, check ph and document, clean container. Embed tissue, write down surgical number, breakout of molds and clean embedding center. Set-up and run special stains , make new solutions as needed. Cut tissue on a forty-five (45) minute rotation, fine cutting special stains and bone marrow slides.

Instructions for applying: You may send your resume to or Mail it or drop one off at 2036 Railroad Ave., Redding, CA 96001

Notes: AA or BS degree and HT certification from ASCP

Posted: 4/10/19

Director of Ambulatory Surgical Center Operations

The Vancouver Clinic has an exciting new opportunity for a Director of Ambulatory Surgical Center Operations to join our team of healthcare professionals!

The Vancouver Clinic is the largest multi-specialty physician practice group in SW Washington where the professional staff builds lifetime relationships with our patients. We have over 300 providers and 1100 employees. Located in Vancouver, Washington just across the river from Portland, Oregon, we enjoy close access to a bustling suburban area and nearby mountains, ocean beach, and great school systems. We have been serving the SW Washington community for over 80 years! We seek those who strive for excellence in patient care, seek challenges, embrace teamwork, and those who go out of their way to help others be successful.

The Director of ASC Operations is a seasoned and effective healthcare leader with high visibility and accountability across the organization. The role, in conjunction with the Specialty Care Medical Director, is responsible for assuring that target measures and initiatives supporting the TVC strategic plan are met across the division. Direct responsibility for the ASC Administrator and Coordinated Scheduling Manager. Has overall responsibility for approximately 100 staff members, while working with approximately 100 Providers. Works collaboratively with the Medical Director for Specialty Care and reports to the Chief Operating Officer.

• The ideal candidate will be an inspirational leader with the proven ability to achieve large project and initiative goals through application of lean processes and principles.

• A minimum of ten years of senior leadership experience working within a large healthcare system such as a hospital, medical group or large, independent multi-specialty group practice is required, ASC preferred.

• Bachelor’s degree in Business, Healthcare Administration, or related field required, Master’s degree preferred.

• Knowledge of Lean process improvement experience required.

• An intelligent and articulate individual who can relate to people at all levels of an organization and possesses excellent oral and written communication skills.

• Forward thinking and creative individual with high ethical standards and appropriate professional image.

• Ability to create budget assumptions based on an operational plan, develop the budget, and evaluate budget performance to achieve expectations and improvement of the planning and budgeting process.

• Experience in analysis and financial modeling of business units is necessary.

• Capacity to inspire and mentor others with superior interpersonal skills achieving results through a collaborative effort.

We offer a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package which includes insurance programs covering medical, dental, vision, life, long-term disability, paid time off, education reimbursement, and a 401(k) plan. You’ll enjoy an enthusiastic team environment, the latest technology, and the opportunity to take your career to the next level. Apply today at, staff career.

Posted: 4/10/19

Practice Administrator / COO

Lead one of the most respected retina practices in the country providing patient care, research and fellowship programs. Seven physicians and 40+ staff. The administrator is located in the physician owned San Francisco office. The practice has 5 Bay Area Locations. This position reports directly to the owner physicians. Overall responsibilities are to manage all Financial, Operations, Revenue Cycle, HR and building locations of the practice.

Skills Desired: Financial analysis/cost benefit analysis, ability to manage and motivate staff while delivering superlative customer service. Ability to recruit and retain quality employees, preparation of EXCEL spreadsheets with income distribution formulas and productivity. Accounting/finance knowledge is desired. Experience with Cost of Goods Sold Drugs is sought. San Francisco/California Labor Law awareness and compliance along with a MBA is a plus.

Requirements: At least ten years Ophthalmology or medical practice management with direct reporting relationship to the owners.

Salary Range: 120-170K depending on experience - Excellent benefits.

Resumes to: or fax (415) 764-4802.

California Medical Group Management Association | P. 833.252.0300
F. 888.520.9317 | | P.O. Box 3403, Hamilton, NJ 08619

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