Director of Practice Management (RN)
New York NY
Title: Director of Practice Management (RN)
Location: New York City, NY
Occupational Category: Allied Health
Description: Hiring a Director of Practice Management (RN) for a not-for-profit, premier provider of healthcare services for the underserved population. The Director of Practice Management (RN) will work as a care manager in the disease management model addressing condition-specific patient education needs and all best practice supported clinical diagnostic interventions. The Director of Practice Management (RN) will provide clinical supervision for new disease/care management initiatives across the organization.
- Oversees a team of nurse managers running our practices, and partners with our billing and finance team to ensure we are providing the highest quality of clinical care while maintaining sustainability.
- Oversee the operations of the organization’s 15 health centers
- Coordinate and monitor primary care service delivery, quality assurance, utilization review, staff coverage, medical record documentation, problem solving and all medical/administrative interface functions for the organization.
- Provide administrative oversight and supervisions
- Actively participates in the expansion of telemedicine and virtual visit model
- Provide clinical education and supervision for medical assistant staff.
- Work collaboratively with case management and health education to effectively coordinate care as directed by the primary care medical staff.
- Reach out and engage homeless people with respect to their health status, substance abuse and social service problems.
- Advise and educate clients about their physical and mental health, self-care, prevention
- Work in nontraditional environments
- New York State Registered Nurse License.
- Advanced degree in a health or human services discipline (MSN, MPH, MPA) preferred.
- Experience with homeless patients or other vulnerable populations with healthcare and management expertise in a multi-service, community-based FQHC.
- Commitment to vulnerable and disadvantaged populations.
Flexible and able to work in nontraditional setting.