This position directs daily operations of the UIC Emergency Medicine Emergency Department at OSF Little Company of Mary Medical Center. This includes management of the joint UIC/OSF contract requirements; professional and support staff to operate the contract and faculty physicians and advance practice providers (APP) working under this contract at OSF Little Company of Mary. Develops and implements strategies and tactics to improve and strengthen the OSF Little Company of Mary business model, services provided, educational opportunities for COM residents and medical students, patient satisfaction and revenue generation. Prepares budget, develops and maintains monthly productivity and finance dashboards, performs statistical analysis and reports to UIC Department of Emergency Medicine leadership team monthly. Manages faculty physician and APP clinical productivity, clinical schedules, expenses, supplies, and Physician/APP needs for a 24 hour/7day per week ED service.
Job Knowledge & Skills, Education, Experience A Master’s Degree in Business Management and/or Health Care Administration or Public Health, and 3 years of experience in inpatient/outpatient care and/or Emergency Department setting, including management experience in an academic environment
Bachelor’s Degree and a total of 6 years of management level experience (supervisory and financial) in healthcare
Working knowledge of healthcare in a physician environment. Solid knowledge of Federal, state, HRSA and JCAHO clinical guidelines and compliance for patient healthcare, safety and billing requirements, and knowledge of how to apply them in practice. Financial acumen in understanding, preparing, and managing operational budgets. Intermediate skills using general office equipment, Microsoft Office Suite (i.e. Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.). Strong communication skills to interact with patients and develop effective working relations with colleagues, other colleges, ambulatory, patients, providers, regulatory bodies, consultants, and vendors. Ability to work with physicians in a collaborative manner. Must possess excellent analytical skills to read, analyze, and interpret business trends. Excellent problem solving skills
For fullest consideration, resumes should be received by November 2, 2020. Please complete the online application at https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=137130&job=director-of-physician-practice-department-of-emergency-medicine
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