Saint Albans, VT
Industry: Patient Care•
5 - 7 years
Posted 370 days ago
Looking to advance your career at an award-winning, community hospital in a locale that will have you wondering why you ever chose to live anywhere else? Come join the Northwestern Medical Center family, where we consistently earn top honors for patient care and continually look for new and innovative ways to improve. Be part of a team where you can make a difference, all while enjoying the quality of life Vermont provides.
Northwestern Medical Center's mission is to provide exceptional healthcare for our community and we are currently recruiting for a Full-Time, RN Practice Manager to provide Clinical Leadership at Northwestern Pediatrics, Associates in Surgery, Dermatology and Ophthalmology offices.
The RN Practice Manager responsible for providing leadership, oversight and coordination of the day to day operations of multiple physician practices and clinics owned and operated by Northwestern Medical Center. This includes, developing and implementing policies and procedures, patient and staff scheduling, staff and provider orientation, staff competencies, regulatory compliance, performance management and staff empowerment that supports the achievement of the optimal patient encounter. The RN Clinical Practice Manager works closely with clinical staff and providers to ensure clinical quality and outcomes are achieved in accordance with relevant standards and benchmarks. This position has a dotted line reporting of clinical matters to the Hospital's Chief Operating Officer/Chief Nursing Officer, and works under the direct leadership of the Director of Physician Services.
Education: Candidates must have a degree in nursing from an accredited academic facility, with the ability to obtain current Vermont licensure as a Registered Nurse. BSN Preferred.
Experience: 5 years of experience in healthcare management preferred, with 3 years of experience in a physician practice setting.
Special Skills: Demonstrates solid knowledge base as it relates to clinical operations and practice management. Working knowledge of electronic health records, Joint Commission Standards, NCQA Standards, CLIA and other appropriate regulatory standards, license and credentialing for professional and paraprofessional staff.