The Manager, Hospitalist Program, is a key member of the management team in the Hospitalist Program. Reporting to the Medical Director and the Executive Administrator, the Manager, Hospitalist Program, is responsible for planning and organizing the Division’s financial and operational affairs for its clinical services. Responsibilities: In conjunction with the Medical Director, the Manager, Hospitalist Program, sets Program goals and objectives as well as manages its relationship with the UAB Hospital and Health Services Foundation (HSF). Manager, Hospitalist Program, will direct the Program’s planning, operational services, recruitment of Providers, maintain financial management reporting and control systems, monitor expenditures, oversee compliance with the policies, procedures and regulations of the University/affiliated organizations/external agencies and ensure an efficient, high-functioning infrastructure to support the Program’s clinical mission
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Required: Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of seven (7) years of progressive responsibility at a managerial level, preferably in a direct physician practice management capacity. Must have experience with clinical practice management as well as experience managing both clinical and business functions.
Preferred: Master’s degree in business administration or similar degree
LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND/OR REGISTRATION:
TRAITS & SKILLS:
• Effective leadership and organizational skills.
• Proven ability to manage and lead staff in a changing environment.
• Knowledge, experience and ability to manage complex information and computer systems.
• Understand managerial accounting and finance principles (including practice management).
• Understanding of the evolving health care marketplace.
• Ability to identify opportunities to enhance income from development and revenue sources as well as identifying how best to promote, schedule and charge for various initiatives.
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a diverse population of faculty, staff and students; experienced in the supervision of administrative and support staff personnel.
• Ability to provide initiative, judgment and creativity in the resolution of complex problems.
• Effective communication/presentation skills and a proven track record of forming collaborative and effective working relationships with physicians and administrative leaders.
• Ability to establish realistic and achievable priorities and the ability to lead staff to achieve departmental goals and objectives.
UA Health Services Foundation (UAHSF/TKC) - 17 months ago