Practice Administrator

Stephen A. Godlewski, M.D. PC - Snellville, GA
Posted: May 25, 2018

JOB DESCRIPTION:    OPHTHALMIC MEDICAL PRACTICE ADMINISTRATOR

 

JOB SUMMARY:               Position works in concert with the physician-owner to administer a medical/surgical eye practice and a retail optical shop co-located in a practice-owned exclusively-used building and operating as two separate but codependent business entities.

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

·         At least 5 years of hospital or medical practice management experience, preferably with an eye care practice.  Accounting experience, baccalaureate or associate degree, and/or business administration experience is a plus

·         Previous experience in physician office bulling, accounts payable, tax reporting and budgeting.

·         Previous experience in personnel management, medical licensing, hospital practice requirements, and payroll administration systems.

·         Knowledge of medical compliance, personnel law, workplace safety, Medicare and HIPAA.

·         Demonstrated leadership, organization and communications skills.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

·         Financial Operations – Oversight of financial operations, directly responsible for disbursements, budgeting, tax reporting and safekeeping of practice assets.  Supervisory responsibility for billing, collections, information systems and insurance processing.

·         Personnel Management – Supervises entire office staff and subordinate managers/team leaders.  Responsible for administration of payroll and training of office staff.

·         Planning and Practice Development – Monitors local market, reviews and identifies opportunities for growth, establishes goals. Supervisory responsibility for marketing and patient development.

·         Practice Liaison – Coordinates practice dealings with local hospitals and surgery centers, legal counsel, accountants, information technology consultants, business partners, vendors and office service contractors (janitorial, maintenance, repair, shredding, yard work, etc).

·         Regulatory Compliance – Ensures regulatory compliance and quality standards, including OSHA, HIPAA and CMS/EHR practices, rules and regulations.  Monitors quality performance and effective methods of measuring performance.

·         Facility, Equipment, Inventory and Supplies – Oversight of the facility and all medical equipment, ensuring proper operation, maintenance and repair.  Establishes inventory and supply controls, especially for pharmaceuticals and surgery supplies, including access controls and records.


Stephen A. Godlewski, M.D. PC

Stephen A. Godlewski, M.D. PC

Snellville, GA

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