Spectrum Vision Partners (SVP) is a leading management services organization serving the ophthalmology sector. SVP has over 650 employees providing world-class practice management solutions to a network of nationally renowned multi-specialty ophthalmologists in the Tri-State region, including Ophthalmic Consultants of Long Island (OCLI), Ophthalmic Consultants of Connecticut, Island Eye Surgicenter and New Vision Cataract Center.
SVP is currently hiring an Implementation Director to support our growing practices. This position is full time and requires travel throughout our clinic locations.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
On-site assessment of clinical and administrative workflows target practices prior to acquisition.
Development of target specific integration plan including identification of any areas of requiring attention, identification of necessary resources and communicating resources needs for the boarding entity.
Execution of the action plan for integration including responsible parties and timelines; develops and directs a lean process implementation team.
Coordinates resources with functional leaders across the organization, such as IT, HR, accounting, RCM, marketing, etc, as needed to ensure successful integration.
Responsible for directing the initial implementation of revised workflows, initial staff upgrades to support successful handoff from the implementation department to operations.
Work with boarding entity leadership and staff to listen to, understand and document existing processes that differ from SVP, technologies, products, etc.
Leads and participates in training of boarding entity’s team members on SVP policies and procedures, processes and review of all key resources.
May lead several integration projects that occur simultaneously or overlap.
Monitors and communicates progress, obstacles, and solutions to the executive management team and stakeholders.
Contributes to the formation of the annual budget and strategic business goals for the implementation department.
Recommends and develops policies and procedures to the Executive Leadership Team as may be appropriate..
Initiates and completes special projects as assigned by CEO, COO, Director of Business Development or CGB.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
Minimum of five to seven years of experience in ophthalmology
Fully experience in a cross-section of administrative and clinical areas in the various subspecialties of ophthalmology; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Prior office management experience required.
Ideal candidate will have strong leadership skills, with a desire to play a detail-oriented, hands-on role in the organization.