Physician Practice Management
Position Code
Education Required
Bachelors Degree
Type of Position

Assistant Administrator-Primary Care,PPM

Job Description:

JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for the financial and operational success of all primary care physician and advanced practice provider (APPs) practices in the assigned sites. Ensures the implementation of Network Operating Council (NOC) directed operating policies and initiatives within the primary care sites. Is accountable to the NOC and COO. Supports the Practice Operations Council (POC) for each assigned practice. Assists POCs and practice managers to develop Site-Specific Action Plans, budgets and tactics for assigned practices. Supervises practice managers; coaching, guiding and assisting them in managing the operations of their assigned office location/s. Ensures compliance with applicable laws and regulations of federal, state, local governing bodies and applicable standards for licensure and accreditation.

Job Requirements:

QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Bachelors Degree in health administration or business administration. Masters degree preferred. 2. Broad knowledge of physician practices with 3 – 5 years experience in physician practice management. Proven ability to formulate and carry out operational plans for physician practices. Experience in management and supervisory leadership. Knowledge of project planning and ability to coordinate various projects and activities concurrently. 3. Basic accounting knowledge. Demonstrated knowledge of physician practice financial administration and revenue cycle management for medical offices. 4. Knowledge of legal issues related to physician practices, employment law and fraud/abuse rules. 5. Must be able to communicate well with a variety of persons - physicians, accounts, attorneys, clinical staff, business office personnel, insurance companies, office suppliers, and patients. 6. Basic computer knowledge. 7. Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: 1. Able to work in latex burdened environment. 2. Able to speak clearly and distinctly with staff, physicians, patients, and families. 3. Able to hear to converse with others on the phone. 4. Demonstrates adequate stamina to deal with stressful situations and to complete the necessary work schedule. 5. Demonstrates adequate vision to prepare and read documents accurately. 6. Possess fine motor skills and hand/eye coordination to operate equipment. JOB RELATIONSHIPS: 1. Reports to the COO, and the NOC as needed. 2. Contributes a positive attitude and department cohesiveness by working cooperatively with other staff members and hospital departments.