The Executive Director is responsible for the overall leadership & management of the organization. The Executive Director will advise the Board of Directors on strategic, financial, and operational management of the practice. Through management personnel, directs, supervises and coordinates the overall operation of clinical and administrative departments. Ensures that policies and procedures are carried out consistent with State and federal law. The Executive Director will ensure that the organization provides services and operates as a business consistent with the mission statement and values as approved by the Board of Directors.
Preferred Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in health or business administration; Masters Degree preferred; CMPE or FACMPE in the American College of Medical Practice executives preferred. Minimum of five years senior management experience in outpatient setting.
Behavior reflects a high regard for the worth and dignity of others.
Behavior reflects a commitment to the mission and values of the practice.
Behavior reflects an openness and directness in interacting with others.
Oversees the preparation of budgets by anticipating revenues and expenses.
Directs the preparation of financial and operational reports and measures the relevant business activity and financial position of the organization.
Ensures that all organizational obligations to vendors and suppliers are met.
Establishes and maintains policies and procedures for procurement and payment of supplies.
Fosters key business relationships with banks, accountants, attorneys, etc.
Develops and presents financial analyses by employing a variety of techniques (modeling, forecasting, benchmarking, cost/benefit analysis, etc.)
Establishes a system of controls by designing and enforcing checks and balances to minimize the risk of financial loss.
Oversees negotiations of third-party contracts by selecting those with terms most favorable to the organization and monitoring contract terms in order to maximize reimbursement and allow independent medical decisions.
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Ensures compliance with federal and State regulations by implementing and monitoring personnel policies and procedures.
Oversees the employee and physician compensation and benefits program.
Addresses employee problems and concerns in a timely and effective manner.
PLANNING AND MARKETING
Identifies opportunities for partnerships and strategic alliances to enhance market position and organizational effectiveness.
Conducts periodic patient surveys and recommends improved procedures to meet or exceed the appropriate expectations.
Oversees ongoing information needs for the organization and recommends resources to improve business performance.
Directs effective implementation plans, maintenance of databases, and provides access to training resources to continually improve performance.
Exercises due diligence in order to diminish risk. Has authority to execute legal contracts on behalf of the practice.
Manages governance and operations by remaining within the definition of the organization's established legal structure in order to maintain compliance.
Discourages criminal activity by establishing and monitoring compliance policies and procedures.
Maintains the confidentiality of patient, staff, and organizational proprietary information by developing, instituting, and monitoring policies to protect the privacy and rights of those entities.
Obtains professional, organizational, and business liability insurance.
Responds to all reports of inappropriate conduct with corrective solutions through investigation, discussion, and monitoring with organizational leadership to protect patients, staff, the organization, and others.
Informs Board of Directors about current trends, problems and activities in the medical field to facilitate policy-making and advises of significant operational issues as needed.
Enhances operational effectiveness, emphasizing efficiency and cost containment.
Establishes a system to monitor entities (staff and facilities) in need of licensure, credentialing, and re-certification to ensure regulatory compliance and continuity of service.
Oversees the collaboration of clinical and business staff in the development of policies, procedures, programs, protocols, and systems.
Advances personal knowledge base by pursuing continuing education and credentialing in order to enhance professional competence
Promotes individual and organizational integrity by exhibiting ethical behavior to maintain high standards for the organization and its constituents
Responds to the needs of others through effective communication, mutual respect, and consistent follow through in order to generate trust and enhance personal effectiveness
Internal Number: 3520
About OGA - Women's Health
OGA is a medical group specializing in women's health. The company is headquartered in Meridian, Idaho with satellite offices in both Eagle and Nampa. The group is comprised of nine general OB/GYN physicians and four Nurse Practitioners.