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NYC Health + Hospitals is the largest public health care system in the United States. We provide essential outpatient, inpatient and home-based services to more than one million New Yorkers every year across the city’s five boroughs. Our large health system consists of ambulatory centers, acute care centers, post-acute care/long-term care, rehabilitation programs, Home Care, and Correctional Health Services. Our diverse workforce is uniquely focused on empowering New Yorkers, without exception, to live the healthiest life possible.
This position will be working in partnership with the CFO overseeing all the day-to-day operation of Gotham Finance Department team, which includes General accounting, budget, patient accounting, cashier, medical record, all revenue cycle team, managed care, registration, financial counselors. These positions will help finance improve revenue. The Senior Associate Director of Revenue Cycle I Deputy CFO is responsible and accountable for the strategic planning, leadership and on-going continuous quality and process improvement for Gotham Health revenue cycle.
Areas of Responsibilities:
- The Senior Associate Director of Revenue Cycle I Deputy CFO is responsible and accountable for the strategic planning, leadership and on-going continuous quality and process improvement for Gotham Health revenue cycle
- Includes all aspects of physician billing, collections, revenue cycle analysis and reporting; oversees billing services for 57 sites including SBHC
- Maintain strong performance and revenue flow for the organization, providing an encouraging and supportive work environment for management team and employees
- The Senior Director is responsible for revenue cycle operations including KPI metrics, contracting, reimbursement, denials management and accounts receivable
- Oversee all facets of day-to-day operations of finance department and related reporting of affiliated organizations including general accounting, accounts payable, and the payroll department.
- Prepare and present financial information to Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer.
- Assist Chief Financial Officer in the presentation of financial information to Board of Trustees as well as H+H Finance and Gotham Committees.
- Participate in all major finance issues of institution including, cash flow, vendor disputes, banking, audits (financial and A 133-grants audit), and working with clinical departments.
- Coordinate the preparation of the annual budget for some entities and departments.
- Prepare annual tax returns (990) for Gotham Inc.
- Serve as a liaison between the organization and external auditors and regulatory authorities.
- Coordinate accounting functions with other department to facilitate consistency at all levels of accounting functions.
- Coach and evaluate professional staff. Train new hires on the day-to-day operation procedures and related software applications.
Summary of Duties and Responsibilities:
Leading the day-to-day operations for all over 57 Out Patient Clinics. Responsible for driving significant financial improvements through Revenue Integrity and Expense reduction initiatives. Serve as a principal assistant to the Chief Financial Officer of a health care facility located in New York City and exercise wide latitude in the use of independent judgment and initiative in the administrative direction and coordination of major activities or functions of the health care facility.
- A Masters Degree in Art or Science with a specialization in Hospital Administration, Health Care Administration, Administrative Medicine or in Public Health when conferred for a program in hospital administration from an approved college or university; and,
- Five years of administrative experience and background at responsible management and administrative levels; or,
- An equivalent combination of training, educational background and experience in related fields and educational disciplines; and,
- Knowledge of fundamentals of health care facility organization, administration and standards, regulations and laws applicable to halth care facility operations. Knowledge of principles of business and human resources administration, management functions and support service functions and ability to direct and supervise personnel.
- 10 years of health care experience
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