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We are searching for a Practice Manager - someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position, you’ll direct, supervise, and coordinate the overall operations of a practice as well as advise, coach, and mentor practice staff. Routine decisions include independently addressing issues at the practice level.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
- Monitors work flow and ensures adequate coverage of Level 1 practice
- Schedules staff based on practice needs and fiscal constraints
- Interviews applicants, in conjunction with HR and DRO, to assure that open positions are filled in a timely manner by qualified candidates
- Ensures staff compliance with TCPA policies and procedures and external regulatory agencies of Level 1 practice
- Holds staff accountable for policy and procedure violation, addressing any performance or conduct issues in a timely, consistent manner
- Completes all required in-services
- Maintains budget
- Maintains inventory of supplies to stay within budget
- Manages the dissemination of information
- Conducts staff and provider meetings, on a scheduled basis, to address issues and provide updates
- Demonstrates and ensures excellent customer service
- Coaches and counsels employees of Level 1 practice
- High school graduate, GED, or equivalent
- Bachelor’s degree preferred
- One year of supervisory experience required
- Additional years of experience may be substituted for educational requirements
- Certification in practice management is preferred
- Ability to communicate effectively, use a personal computer, a billing system, and general office machines
- Knowledge of general office tasks, confidentiality, medical terminology, CPT coding, finance, administration, managerial principals, human resources, risk management, performance improvement, CLIA, OSHA, JCAHO, practice operations, managed care, and the healthcare environment
- At least 3-4 years of supervisory experience managing 5+ people in a healthcare environment highly preferred
- Strong conflict management skills
- Strong organizational skills
- Strong customer service skills
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