Practice Administrator

Job Description

At Highland Springs we are dedicated to setting the standard of excellence for
employees with a steadfast focus on helping achieve their goals. We provide our
staff with an engaging company culture, excellent work life balance, and a
career where you can make a difference in people s lives every day. Highlan
Springs offers a beautiful scenic campus, a community centered on values, and a
workplace that inspires you to do your best every day. We extend to our staff
exceptional benefits, recognition of holidays and paid time off, continued
higher education, and on-the-job training to help each member reach their
career aspirations.

The Practice Administrator will oversee office operations to maximize the
efficiency and effectiveness of medical practice operations. The incumbent is
responsible for the overall coordination, planning, financial management,
evaluation and monitoring of the day to day operations of the medical centers,
including hands on participation in all medical office support activities.
Primary responsibilities are divided into three major categories:
Administrative (Financial), Personnel Management and Work Load Management. The
Practice Administrator is charged with collaborating with the Medical Director
to ensure goal alignment with EHMG and the community.



Responsible for ensuring attainment of revenue targets for medical center
practice with a focus on utilizing master scheduling templating and review of
patient scheduling reports. Collaborates and communicates with Medical Director
relative to financial productivity performance for Medical Center on monthly
basis. Responsible for maximizing reimbursement for the practice by
coordinating Centricity and Medical Manager Work flow processes to capture all
provider services. Works directly with Centricity team, and Director, Practice
* Oversees accuracy of registration, insurance verification, and coding and
charge reconciliation.
* Creates, maintains and updates Medical Manager Providers templates a
appointments calendar according to EHMG productivity requirements.
* Responsible for correction of all rejections and denials entered.
* In conjunction with the Medical Director, Director, Practice
Administration and Central Accounting, develops the EHMG annual operating
* In conjunction with the Medical Director develops community budget with
Finance Director and Executive Director.
* Prepares annual medical center capital budget.
* Reviews monthly reports from Hyperion, JDEdwards and EHMG Management with
Medical Director for both community and EHMG budgets.
* Prepares and directs monthly report on variances and necessary action
plans to Medical Director and Director, Practice Administration. Works
with Director, Practice Administration and EHMG finance on overall
financial reporting.
* Along with Medical Director, meets regularly with Community Directors to
report on the status of the Medical Group.
* Responsible for the financial management of the practice, keeping all
expenses within budget, including supplies and staffing. Reviews budget
performance variance reports on monthly basis.
* Prepares expense forms, reviews and codes all payables including
corporate Pcard and American Express cards.
* In conjunction with the Director, Medical Staff Recruitment and
Marketing, develops strategies and coordinates marketing activities and
events to increase utilization of the medical center including
responsibility for monthly reporting of marketing outcomes.
* In conjunction with community AED and Corporate Legal Counsel, develops
and manages relationships with specialty practices which rent space
within the community, according to established guidelines.

The candidate will possess strong leadership skills, excellent communication
and interpersonal skills with a strong emphasis in experience in the financial
oversight of a medical practice. The candidate must also have detailed
knowledge on practice management issues, including CPT, ICD-9 and HCPCs coding
for primary care; medical records requirements; human resources; budgeting;
OSHA; CLIA; insurance rules; HCFA regulations; compliance; and other applicable
state and federal laws and regulations. Spreadsheet and word processing
knowledge (Microsoft Office) is a plus.


The candidate will have a B.A. degree in Business Administration or equivalent.
The candidate may substitute additional experience for up to 4 years of
education requirement. Minimum of three years experience managing a highly
automated medical office, including front and back office, preferably in
primary care. Prior experience must include billing and financial management
with budget responsibility.


Practice Administrator

Primary Location

United States-Texas-Dallas





Job Posting

Jun 25, 2020, 11:17:51 AM
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