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Director PRSC

Campbell County Health Gillette Full-Time
$41.37 - $66.20 / hour
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Working in conjunction with the Administrative Director of Nursing and the VP of Patient Services, the Director of PRSC provides planning, direction, organization and leadership in the delivery of services within the department. Acts as a liaison between other hospital departments and the medical staff to assure effective communication in the planning of quality patient care. Practices within the framework of the nursing process, hospital and department policies and procedures, the Wyoming Nurse Practice Act and AORN Standards. Provides leadership, direction and administration of all Powder River Surgery Center’s activities to insure accomplishment of the organization’s goals and objectives.


  • Informs the VP of Patient services about current trends, problems, and activities in the medical field to facilitate policy making.
  • Recommends policy positions regarding administrative and legislative matters.
  • Participates and coordinates selection and training of new management team members.
  • Coordinates, with the, Medical Staff and other center personnel, the monitoring of activities to ensure fulfillment of the community's needs for quality health care. Coordinates the marketing plan and public relations programs.
  • Coordinates the long range financial development and management of the center.
  • Prepare monthly financials, for management purposes only to CCH’s accounting department.
  • Coordinates the provision of health care services by the acquisition, utilization, retention and organization of resources (human, financial and physical). Develops improved management techniques and practices.
  • Coordinates, with members of the management team, compliance with all regulatory agencies governing health care delivery and the rules of accrediting bodies. Continually monitors operations, programs, physical properties. Initiates appropriate changes.
  • Coordinates, with members of the management team, the center’s philosophy and objectives related to staff performance standards, policies and procedures, job classifications, and compliance with government regulations.
  • Coordinates, with other members of the management team, resolution of any medical¬ or administrative problems and keeps lines of communication open with staff to ensure high employee morale and a professional, healthy atmosphere.
  • Enhances professional growth and development to keep current in the latest trends in surgery center administration.
  • Maintains strictest confidentiality.
  • Ensures communication between staff, management and shareholders.
  • Maintains facility State, CLIA, and DEA licensure
  • Oversee the operations of the business office:
  • Coding charts
  • Maintains facility fee schedule
  • Patient billing
  • Collections management
  • Cash management
  • Accounts payable management
  • Payroll
  • Manage business office staff
  • Manage clinical staff
  • Oversee accurate and proper posting of payments and adjustments to accounts
  • Conduct monthly EOB audits
  • Quarterly chart audits to ensure PRSC is compliant with HCFA, state and federal regulations
  • Ensure the center is compliant with all HIPAA regulations
  • Management of medical records
  • Oversee verification of medical benefits in a timely fashion
  • Management of Accounts Receivable
  • Ensure proper methods of receiving, recording and deposit of patient and other receipts
  • Enforce for enforcing proper internal controls required for cash management
  • Processing and reconciling the month end reports including but not limited to billing, payments, clinical logs and patient cost sheets.
  • Security of computer system and software updates
  • Assumes responsibility in the absence of the coder, patient account rep and receptionist.
  • Evaluates ongoing patient care and reports significant patient problems to other members of management team.
  • Serves as resources and role model for clinical staff.
  • QIC:
  • Medical record review
  • Adverse drug log: Adverse drug reaction is defined as and undesired side effect or toxicity caused by the administration of drug.
  • Infection log
  • Sterilization log
  • Patient satisfaction data review
  • Patient complaint log
  • Complication log
  • Unplanned transfer log
  • Pathology specimen log
  • Quality improvement studies for both business office and clinical
  • Potential claim log
  • Risk management review
  • Prepare and present comprehensive reports
  • Develops ways to enhance utilization methodology to measure and continually improve customer/patient satisfaction
  • Ensure that all clinical processes meet and/or exceed all regulatory agency guidelines (AAAHC and CMS)
  • Infection control officer
  • Oversee safety officer
  • Working conditions: protect staff against occupational exposure
  • Policies in place for Universal precautions
  • Update and maintain all forms
  • Department of PRSC meetings;
  • Maintain all physicians and allied professionals credentialing
  • Present QIC minutes and recommendations
  • Maintain meeting minutes
  • Responsible for all mandatory year in-services
  • Human resource management:
  • Ensures licensure and certifications are up to date
  • Develops and promotes cross training staff
  • Responsible for recruiting, interviewing, hiring, training, orientating and Counseling staff
  • Promotes teamwork
  • Employee evaluations (6 month and annual)
  • As part of administrative management team, plans, recommends, initiates, implements and evaluates new initiatives.
  • With the Department Chair, coordinates and maintains development and maintenance of all activities related to clinical recordkeeping. Assigns responsibility for maintenance of a medical records systems which insures:
  • confidentiality
  • a unique identification of each patient’s records
  • timely retrieval of individual records upon request
  • supervision of the collection, processing, maintenance, storage, retrieval, and distribution of records
  • Maintenance of a pre-determined secured and organized record format.
  • Assume responsibility in the absence of pre-op, post op, circulating nurse or scrub tech.
  • Willing to perform other duties as needed to meet organizational goals and objectives.
  • Responsible for the management of Accounts Receivable.
  • Responsible for ensuring the proper methods of receiving, recording and deposit of patient and other receipts. The Director of PRSC will be responsible for enforcing the internal controls required for cash management.
  • Responsible for maintaining the petty cash. The Director of PRSC will be custodian of the petty cash; and, will be responsible for its proper use.
  • Responsible for the processing and reconciling the month end reports. The Director of PRSC will be responsible for ensuring the completeness of billing, payments, clinical logs and patient cost sheets.
  • Director of PRSC is responsible for completing the monthly board financial packet and forwarding it to the centers accountant for approval.
  • Must be free from governmental sanctions involving health care and/or financial practices.
  • Complies with the hospital’s Corporate Compliance Program including, but not limited to, the Code of Conduct, laws and regulations, and hospital policies and procedures.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Knowledge of the principles and practices of health care planning and management sufficient to lead a management team in the coordination of operations for a health care organization.
  • Knowledge of the policies and procedures of the surgery center sufficient to direct its operations and to provide effective patient care.
  • Knowledge of computer programs and applications.
  • Ability to exercise a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion and decision making to achieve organizational objectives.
  • Ability to analyze situations accurately and take effective action.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, policy-making bodies, third party payers, patients and the public.
  • Ability to exercise judgment and discretion in developing, applying, interpreting and coordinating policies and procedures, including quality issues.
  • Ability to prepare and present comprehensive reports.
  • Education: Require a Bachelors degree in Healthcare or Business Administration
  • Licensure: Current RN license in state of Wyoming
  • Experience: Two to three years management experience at the executive level required, including one or more years of experience in the administration of a health care organization.
  • Must have current Healthcare Provider CPR or Red Cross Professional Rescuer certification within 31 days of employment.
  • Essential Technical/Motor Skills: Hand/eye coordination, fine and gross motor skills, able to speak clearly, computer skills.
  • Interpersonal Skills: Good interpersonal skills needed to work with staff, physicians, patients, and families. Able to communicate positively under stress.
  • Essential Physical Requirements: Requires standing or sitting for long periods of time. Requires stooping, bending, pushing, and pulling. Able to lift up to 40 pounds.
  • Essential Mental Abilities: Able to prioritize multiple details simultaneously and requires function under high stress.
  • Essential Sensory Requirements: Corrected vision, hearing to normal range.
  • Exposure to Hazards: OSHA CATEGORY I. TASK THAT INVOLVE EXPOSURE TO BLOOD, BODY FLUIDS, OR TISSUES. All procedures or other job-related tasks that involve an inherent potential for mucous membrane or skin contact with blood, body fluids, or tissues, or potential for spills or splashes of them, are Category I tasks. Use of appropriate protective measures is required for every employee engaged in Category I tasks.
  • Hours of Work: Generally normal business hours; may be required to work nights, weekends, evening, or holidays as necessary to ensure smooth departmental operations.
  • Attends required meetings 80% of time.
  • Completes Mandatory Education to include annual Patient Safety Fair
  • National certification of specialty unit recommended.
  • 20 hours CEU

Skills required

Decision Making
Team Building
Performance Improvement


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From humble beginnings in a 31-bed, red brick hospital built in 1953 to our current buildings, expansion projects and physician recruitment, we are investing in the health of our community for the future. Our employees are committed to your wellbeing, and excellence, every day.

Campbell County Health includes Campbell County Memorial Hospital, a 90-bed acute care, community hospital; Campbell County Medical Group with nearly 20 clinics; The Legacy Living & Rehabilitation Center long-term care center and the Powder River Surgery Center. We are certified as an Area Trauma Hospital by the State of Wyoming. Almost 80 physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners in over 20 specialties are committed to your wellbeing right here at home. If you haven’t visited us lately, we urge you to get to know us again. Our physicians, nurses and staff are committed to giving you the very best experience possible.

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