The Executive Director (“ED”), is the “General Manager” of the practice. The ED is responsible for developing, planning, directing and controlling broad activities needed to ensure the long-term success of the practice in accordance with federal, state and local laws and regulations in addition to maintaining US Oncology’s and the practice’s policies and procedures. The ED drives the organization objectives to ensure financial stability through short and long-range planning to achieve and maintain sustained profitable growth. The ED is responsible for creating a culture that engages employees and physicians in an environment of trust to create quantifiable quality processes, broad growth, and predictable financial results by continually evaluating organization strategies and plans to meet changing national, state, and local needs. Maintains overall responsibility for the operation of the Practice except for those activities directly involving the practice of medicine.
The “ED” plays a critical role as the liaison between the Oncology Practice and US Oncology. The ED advises the Regional Senior Vice President and the Practice’s Joint Policy Board, and is ultimately responsible for delivering overall operating plans, and related policies/programs. The ED must be results focused with the ability to achieve results through other people. The ED must create a patient focused environment where employees are passionate about their roles, they work collaboratively, and most of all, create a positive patient experience. As such, the ED must be proficient in creating a team environment, proven in developing the talents of individuals, and be an accomplished change agent.
Working with the Regional Senior Vice President, the ED drives organizational change to achieve results and is the leader in executing the Practice’s vision and strategy. The ED attends Executive Committee and Joint Policy Board meetings and is expected to report on performance results as well as strategies to achieve desired results while balancing the demands of a matrix work environment.
The ED is looked to as a mentor and one that creates a healthy and vibrant work environment.
Responsibilities and Duties
Leads the development and implementation of the short and long-range plans to achieve the organization’s goals and objectives including specific strategy and plans for growth, efficiency, cost management, quality care, and development of human capital
Owns the organization’s development process for the practice and as such, ensures performance planning, coaching and development plans are in place for all employees to maximize their potential. Insures the employee evaluation process to include performance evaluations, merit increases, promotions and disciplinary actions are complied with.
Maintains physician/practice relationships via effective communication to physician practice leadership and works with physician leadership to ensure the practices strategic short and long-term plans are in concert with US Oncology’s plans.
Directs the business development process to increase market share in targeted markets.
Develops expansion plan and recommends expansion of service areas and development of new and profitable business ventures.
Negotiates medical services contracts and analyzes competitor pricing activities. Recommends, implements and administers changes in pricing structures as approved by the Policy Board(s). Ensures timely communication to Regional Vice President, for policy changes (contract administration) and implementation of approved and published price lists.
Develops systems for reviewing, tracking and implementing the performance of managed care contracts.
Ensures continuous process improvement of key clinical and administrative processes to achieve predictable financial results and clinical excellence.
Evaluates general and specific business conditions as they relate to operational issues, and keeps the Policy Board(s) and the Regional Senior Vice President fully advised on these matters.
Ensures adherence to legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting all workplace regulations.
Requires an accomplished executive with outstanding leadership, physician relationship, team work and general management skills, preferably with a for-profit company with revenues more than $100 million per year. Strategic, operational, and financial experience in a healthcare services business where the primary drivers are: marketing of services, quality of service, optimal utilization of assets, billing and collection, and working closely with physician partners
Evidence of creativity, intensity, high integrity, reasoned and thoughtful judgment, sense of urgency, a balance between analytical and intuitive skills and a willingness to “roll-up sleeves” to apply these attributes. Accustomed to working in a rapidly changing environment, providing inspirational leadership, while making and acting on tough decisions as appropriate. Able to articulate clear, meaningful goals and focus peoples’ efforts to get results
Evidence of the ability to rapidly establish credibility at all levels of the organization, particularly at the front lines with professional and technical personnel. Requires maturity, self-confidence and sensitivity to function comfortably and effectively in a demanding environment
Understands the “big picture” and can juggle many priorities
Willingness to get into the detail and capable of evaluating operations first-hand
Understands and can navigate dynamics, politics and the various personal, professional, and economic considerations within medical groups
Strong sense of urgency and drive to produce results
Credible with physicians, able to gain trust with physicians quickly
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