The Health Systems Analyst coordinates practice management for the division in collaboration with the Deputy COO and Medical Director, CHCS, Performance Improvement Manager, Behavioral Health Director, and local clinic managers/administrators. This includes standardization of operational policies and procedures supporting best practices in ambulatory clinic management as well as integration of care projects. Through these efforts the clinics will optimize the efficiency and quality of patient care and business operations. This work is also critical to clinic accreditation and regulatory compliance. The maintenance of high quality patient care services and a financially sustainable business model are key elements of the SEARHC strategic plan.
The HSA provides direct supervisory and administrative support to the field/rural MLP clinic front office staff, Community Health Aid Training Center, Performance Improvement, Behavioral Health staff (when needed), including assisting in the management of financial and human resource functions to include collaboration with Human Resources to support the MLP/BH sites with recruiting/hiring/HR paperwork to ensure clinics are fully staffed and compliant. Operational needs and opportunities are identified and addressed through local and centrally supported quality improvement processes. Administrative policy and procedure implementation is standardized across the region with consideration of local factors when appropriate.
The HSA is a key CHCS and BH liaison contact with internal collaborators and other key external partners. The position holds a seat on the Operations Management Team.
Baseline Qualification Requirements:
A Masters degree in Health Sciences, Health Administration, or Business Administration/OR
A Bachelor's degree will be considered given:
* Enrollment in a leadership program or certification, and
* Appropriate experience as described below.
With a Masters degree:
* Two years demonstrated progressive administrative responsibilities and experience that includes planning and program implementation, project development and management, budget and financial processes, word processing and spreadsheet applications.
* Two years of supervision, management, or consultative work with professional level staff.
* Two years of experience in the health care environment.
With a Bachelors degree
* Four years demonstrated progressive administrative responsibilities and experience that includes planning and program implementation, project development and implementation, budget and financial processes, word processing and spreadsheet applications.
* One years of supervision, management, or consultative work with professional staff.
* Two years of experience in the health care environment with practice management experience (may be developmental for Alaska Native/American Indian individual).
Any of the following are desirable
* Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), American College of Healthcare Executive (ACHE) or similar certification demonstrating excellence in health care administration and planning or Leadership Certification program.
* Project Management Professional (PMP) or similar certification.
* Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) or similar certification
Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium - 19 months ago
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