OBGYN Practice Manager

Job Description:
Responsibilities The MSO III (Practice Manager) oversees the practice managers for Westwood and Santa Monica.
In addition, working with the Chief Operating Officer, incumbent will be responsible for developing business and patient care support functions, P&L planning, staffing models, capital buildout projects, onboarding of new faculty in the clinical network, etc.
to ensure the successful growth of OB/GYN clinical operations.
Serve as a content expert for OB/GYN practices.
Qualifications Bachelor's Degree or ten years of OB/GYN practice management Skill in analyzing information, problems, situations and procedures to define objectives, identify pattern and formulate conclusions Skill in setting priorities which accurately reflect the relative importance of job responsibilities Demonstrated skill in mentoring junior staff and developing necessary skill sets for promotion opportunities Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and web-based database programs Knowledge of University's Electronic Medical Record System or similar system (EPIC) Accounting skills to plan, prepare and analyze complete revenue and expenses budgets Ability to establish and maintain productive working relationships internally and externally Skill in verbal communications to clearly convey complex problems and proposals in both formal and informal situations Ability to creatively integrate competing demands of a multi-specialty setting into a productive working environment Ability to interact diplomatically and sympathetically with a patient population in varying degrees of health Working knowledge of University policies and procedures to appropriately manage accounting systems, cashiering, risk management and personnel Previous demonstrated expertise in managing patient services and nursing staffing in a fast-paced clinical setting Skill and experience in TQA approach and implementation Ability to work flexible hours and travel between OB/GYN clinics

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