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  • 29 Nov 2017 6:21 PM | Angela Stevenson (Administrator)

    Director Spine/Neurosurgery Service Line

    Self Regional Healthcare, located in Greenwood, SC,  c/o Anderson & Associates

    Self Regional Healthcare (SRH) is an independent, not for profit system providing care to the nearly 300,000 residents of the seven-county, predominantly rural Lakelands region of western South Carolina.  The regional system is comprised of a 358-bed regional medical center, 26 physician practice network, and full range of outpatient facilities providing comprehensive prevention, diagnostic, and treatment services. 



    Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer or other senior leadership, this position provides leadership, administrative oversight and implementation for spine and neurosurgical service line programs across the organization. He/She will be responsible for serving as liaison between physicians, administration, staff, volunteers and patients while tracking the progress for the program and identifying areas for improvement, as well as oversight of patient education, coordination of patient activities, and programmatic activities within the service line program.


    Qualification Requirements:

            A Bachelor’s degree is required; degree in a clinical field such as Nursing, Rehab, PA, and / or Health Administration preferred;

              5-10 years previous experience in the field or in a related area;

              Basic knowledge of Spine and Neurosurgery services.

            Comprehensive knowledge of business principles and techniques of administration, organization and management;

            Working knowledge of business office operations, particularly pertaining to third part billing and reimbursement activities required;

            Working knowledge of applicable regulatory requirements and the application to hospital, ASC's and physician practices.

    Please send resume to Roger Simpson –

  • 08 Nov 2017 3:24 PM | Angela Stevenson (Administrator)

    Allied Physicians of Michiana


    Position Available: Practice Manager

    Practice Location: General & Vascular Surgery

    Hours of Work: Full Time

    General Job Duties:

    1. Interacts daily with physicians, support staff, and patients to resolve problems as they occur.

    2. Supervises, mentors and develops Division employees to successfully meet their job requirements.

    3. If needed, initiates disciplinary action based on guidelines in employee handbook. Works with Allied Human Resources department and/or legal counsel, when appropriate.

    4. Directs the Division toward successful completion/implementation of strategic goals as determined with Division Physicians and in alignment with Allied strategy.

    5. Participates in various Allied Committees, including, but not limited to, Benefits, Contracting, Marketing, and Credentials.

    6. Completes facility credentialing, recredentialing, and CAQH.

    7. Collaborates with Administrative Office for credentialing with payors.

    8. In coordination with Finance, develops of an annual Division budget. Monitors the monthly actual result against budget and makes adjustments/recommendations where necessary.

    9. Oversees the day to day operations of the Division, including but not limited to management of the physical facility.

    10. Reviews financial statements and distributes physician draws and bonuses for Division. If needed, makes recommendations in coordination with Finance regarding these distributions.

    11. Collects and approves Division-specific accounts payable for processing by Allied.

    12. If needed, communicates with external accountant for Division physicians’ personal accounting needs, e.g. physician pay & quarterly tax estimates.

    13. Works closely with Finance Department to expedite successful year-end close.

    14. In coordination with Allied Compliance Officer, serves as Division HIPAA Privacy Officer, ensuring patient privacy is protected and employees are adhering to the practice policy.

    15. Collaborates with Administrative Office for coordination of annual chart audit with the external consultant and subsequent review with physicians.

    16. Manages Division processes for optimum efficiency and employee production.

    17. Performs other duties as assigned.

    Job Requirements: Minimum three years medical practice management or related experience required, four years preferred; excellent communication skills; business-related degree preferred.

    Interested candidates send or e-mail resumes in confidence to:

    Allied Physicians of Michiana

    6301 University Commons, Suite 230

    South Bend, IN 46635

    Attn: HR/Practice Manager/GVS

    (574) 251-1339 Fax

  • 28 Aug 2017 2:03 PM | Angela Stevenson (Administrator)

    Job Title:                     Clinic Director

    Department:                Management

    Reports to:                  Executive Director and Damien Cares Board Members

    Supervises:                 Damien Cares Clinic, Department and Program Managers and Mental Health Department

    Status:                         Full-Time Equivalent / 37.5 Hours Weekly

    Funding Source:         Grant-Funded Position


    The Clinic Director oversees all medical and behavioral health/substance abuse services and care provided to Damien Cares and Damien Center patients with assistance from the Clinical Manager and Mental Health/Substance Abuse Manager.  Works in coordination with the Damien Center Directors of Operations, Compliance, and Development to provide seamless wrap-around services to Damien Cares’ patients. Meets with Directors weekly to report on clinic activities and issues. Oversees all scheduling, billing, credentialing and office operations for medical and mental health/substance abuse care providers.

    ESSENTIAL Responsibilities

    • ·         Oversees the day-to-day operations of Damien Cares clinic, including supervision of the clinic’s Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Manager, Mental Health/Substance Abuse Program Manager and Front Office staff
    • ·         Oversees billing, scheduling, inventory, recordkeeping and supervision of clinic and counseling staff
    • ·         Works with third party billing, credentialing, and accounting companies to ensure 1) all providers are credentialed with payers, 2) billing of accounts is done in accordance with payer and federal/state guidelines, and 3) payments received by the clinic reconcile with the practice management system
    • ·         Directs communication with insurance companies, patients and others as necessary to resolve unpaid claims
    • ·         Oversees posting of charges and payments into practice management system (PMS) within 48 hours
    • ·         Assists bookkeeper with reconciling vaccine inventory to accounts billed for vaccines
    • ·         Answers difficult questions regarding accounts and policies
    • ·         Monitors weekly and monthly reports assessing trends, achievements and concerns
    • ·         Provides weekly dashboards and month-end reports to the Executive Director
    • ·         Keeps management informed by summarizing financial information and trends
    • ·         Assists with completion of reports for grant funded programs and other clinic related projects
    • ·         Monitors and assesses clinic operations for areas of improvement and continued successes
    • ·         Identifies and implements operational protocols and systems to assist in developing efficiencies across all service lines within the clinic
    • ·         Researches and develops innovative programming for the clinic and mental health services
    • ·         Interacts with patients, as needed, to ensure positive patient outcomes
    • ·         Enforces HIPAA and compliance with professional standards, state and federal regulatory requirements
    • ·         Oversees adherence to the Program Standards of Care for HIV Services set forth by the Marion County Public Health Department Ryan White Services Program
    • ·         Other duties as needed or required by the agency and/or the funder

    Skills and Qualifications

    ·         Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Business Management, Health Care Administration or related field required

    ·         Three to five years of medical office management and operational experience in a Health Care Organization or similar experience required

    ·         Certified coder through the AAPC or AHIMA, or comparable knowledge of CPT, HCPCS, and ICD-10 coding preferred

    ·         Three years of billing, coding and/or credentialing experience preferred

    ·         Experience working with physicians, midlevel providers and healthcare administration

    ·         Strong leadership skills and experience building a positive, cohesive team environment

    ·         Ability to take initiative and problem solve successfully without direction or supervision

    ·         Excellent organizational, communication and time management skills

    • ·         Ability to work independently while also being part of a team

    ·         Ability to multi-task successfully

    ·         Excellent customer service skills

    ·         Attention to detail

    ·         Skilled in using a computer and other standard office equipment

    ·         Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite products (Word, Excel, Outlook)

    ·         Ability to lift 20 pounds

    Please Note the Following

    • If a candidate is offered and accepts this position, s/he will be required to agree to a background check. Employment will be contingent upon the findings.
    • If a candidate is offered and accepts this position, s/he will be required to sign confidentiality and data security agreements. All employees are required to sign agency confidentiality statements, pass HIPAA training, and agree to all policies and procedures.
    • The Damien Cares is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


    Melissa L. Pohlman, M.S. Ed

    Director of Operations

    The Damien Center

    26 N. Arsenal Ave.

    Indianapolis, IN 46201

    Phone: 317-632-0123 x261

    Fax: 317-632-4363

  • 21 Jun 2017 1:37 PM | Angela Stevenson (Administrator)

    Title: Human Resources Manager, Eye Surgeons of Indiana & Surgical Care Center

    Location: Indianapolis, IN


    This position is responsible for all Human Resources functions including the development of personnel policies and procedures, assuring compliance with federal and state employment regulations, staffing, compensation, and benefits planning. This individual will assist and advise all management on Human Resources and employee relations issues. Duties include:

    • Overseeing the conduct of compensation surveys and recommends changes to ensure company remains competitive with market rates for wages/salaries and benefits.
    • Maintaining/monitoring records of worker's compensation, EEO. ADA, FMLA, unemployment and other employee claims.
    • Conducting employee exit interviews.
    • Practicing open-door policy to encourage employees to discuss grievances.
    • Facilitating peer-to-peer and employee-manager discussions/mediations.
    • Determining and recommending employee relations practices necessary to establish a positive employer-employee relationship and promote a high level of employee morale.
    • Identifying legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting Human Resources function (e.g. OSHA, EEO, ERISA, Wage and Hour). Directs the preparation of information requested or required for compliance.
    • Establishing standard recruiting and placement practices and procedures.
    • Coordinating recruitment, receives all employment applications/resumes. Conducts initial interviews and refers qualified candidates to hiring manager and conduct employee reference and background checks.
    • Providing necessary training materials to management - workshops, manuals, employee handbooks, standardized reports.
    • Selecting and coordinates use of Human Resources consultants, insurance brokers, insurance carriers, training specialists and other outside sources.
    • Assuring that qualified personnel are selected and that the orientation training program is conducted and effective.
    • Employee orientation.
    • Monitoring timeliness of employee evaluations and providing management with deadlines.
    • Maintaining employee database with all necessary information in accordance with legal requirements.
    • Administering all benefit programs and assures that employees timely apply for benefits.


    • This position requires a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration/Human Resources or equivalent experience.
    • Knowledge of federal and state employment/labor laws, compensation and benefits administration, and experience in mediating personnel grievances.


    Interested applicants, please email your resume to Paul F. Cacchillo, MD @

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