Under the general direction and supervision of the Controller and within established policies and procedures, the incumbent performs the following functions:
Oversees preparation of monthly financial statements for the physician practices in accordance with GAAP. Oversees compensation calculations for physicians on productivity-based plans. Reviews productivity reports for physicians on a monthly and quarterly basis. Assists in the development of any new physician compensations plans. Works with the EVP/CFO and SVP of NEHI and Physician Practices evaluating existing practices and developing compensation projections for new practices. Develops pro formas for new practices or acquisitions. Oversees preparation for all physician annual budgets including but not limited to: NEHI, Primary Care, Surgical Care, Urgent Care, AHA, Hospitalist and independent physician contracts. Assists in maintaining the integrity of the EPSI budgeting and financial reporting software system. To provide as a resource for finance staff to assist staff in meeting their departmental goals within the EPSI framework. Oversees preparation of year-end audit schedules for physician practices. Negotiates, prepares and approves the Alliance Health Services, Hospitalist, Special Care Nursery, and Norris Cotton Cancer Center contacts and annual operating budgets and ensures monthly invoices are consistent with contract terms and approved budgets. Prepares budget for Alliance Ambulatory Services and reviews monthly financials. Works with Bedford Ambulatory Surgical Center to perform budget variance analysis. Prepares analyses at the request of the EVP/CFO and SVP of NEHI and Physician Practices. Meets with physicians and discusses compensation results and calculations. Interviews and selects candidates for employment. Orients, trains, supervises, directs, schedules and assigns work, directly. Outlines scope of authority and job responsibilities of assigned employees. Initiates and makes recommendations for transferring, suspending, discharging, assigning, rewarding, disciplining or adjusting evaluations and makes recommendations for merit increases. Assists in financial analysis of various accounting applications. Identifies and corrects problems and recommends corrective measures. Works with specific assignments under supervisor’s direction on evaluating current procedures used by accounting personnel to determine ways of increasing productivity. Finding ways to do processes better. Works within policies, procedures and protocols as they relate to the job. Participates in appropriate role in disasters, fire drills, fires and other emergency situations. Exercises care in the operation and use of equipment and reference materials. Performs routine cleaning and preventative maintenance to ensure continued functioning of equipment. Maintains work areas in a clean and organized manner. Complies with all established company and departmental policies and procedures. Ensures confidentiality of employee, legal, client/patient, budget and all company matters.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in accounting required.
Experience: Three to four years experience in accounting required. One to two years in healthcare environment with supervisors experience preferred.