Ambulatory Site Director
Long Island NY
Title: Ambulatory Site Director
Location: Long Island, NY
Occupational Category: Administrative/Operations
Description: Hiring an Ambulatory Site Director for a top medical center. The Ambulatory Site Director will have overall responsibility to plan, organize and direct the clinical and financial operations of Ambulatory Care facilities. The Ambulatory Site Director reports to the Senior Director for Ambulatory Operations. The Ambulatory Site Director is expected to work in close collaboration with leadership related to day to day operations, revenue cycle, finance, and business development to achieve the organization’s financial and operational goals.
- Plans, direct and coordinates the day-to-day activities
- Responsible for implementation of organization’s planning decisions and enforcement of policies and procedures.
- Develops and maintains ambulatory policies and procedures for the administration
- Assists in the development of the center’s vision and strategic plans, as well as executing the recommendations and initiatives.
- Supervises and evaluates clinical and administrative support staff
- Plans, develops, directs and monitors initiatives to improve patient care.
- Collaborates with the manager to ensure the safety and comfort of patients and employees, including the development of emergency action plans.
- Oversees business office functions and serves as primary contact with billing vendors.
- Plans, develops, directs and monitors initiatives to improve revenue cycle processes.
- Oversees the clinical and administrative information systems in collaboration with Information Technology contacts to enhance the clinical operations and business activities
- Participates in financial management including development of annual operating budgets and participation in business development.
- Collaboratively responsible for implementing business plan components and monitoring achievement of benchmarks and goals and changing direction
- Manages billing and revenue cycle activities
- Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree preferred
- 8-10 years of experience in medical practice management, preferably in a large multi-specialty group practice or academic medical center
- Successful track record in leadership and staff management.
- Experience with IT systems used in medical management.
- Strong understanding of the theories, principles and processes of physician office and revenue cycle management.
- Demonstrated success in working with physicians.
- Knowledge of applicable data privacy practices and laws.