Sep 23, 2019

Physician Practice Manager - Uro/Gyn Clinic

  • Tenet Health
  • Texas, USA
Full time Physician

Job Description

Practice Manager to oversee operations for the high volume, specialty Uro/Gyn clinic of Dr. Linda Lacy and Delia Pennington, NP located at 7430 Remcon Cir, Ste B-100. This position manages the daily operations and workflow of the practice, including providers and staff. Responsible for maintaining current standards and expectations of TPR's Best Practices to include KPIs, Quality Patient Care, Budget, RCM, Quality Metrics, and Customer Service.

 

 
The Physician Practice Manager is directly responsible for managing all administrative and operational functions associated with an assigned practice or practices. This includes ensuring a smooth and efficient operation, inventory control, personnel management, patient relations, and patient flow.

Responsibilities

  • Oversees the development and implementation of goals and objectives.
  • Develop and implement new office procedures as necessary to improve office flow and overall operations.
  • In addition manages the daily operations including staff scheduling, cash reconciliation, charge entry, and operational checks and balances.
  • Manages Human Resources by interviewing, hiring, orienting and evaluating ensuring optimal staffing at all times.
  • Reviews the operational budget and expenditures and works to ensure the practice stays within the budget parameters.

Job Requirements/Qualification:

Qualifications:

Education

Required: Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience

Experience

Required: 3 years of experience in progressive and hands-on managerial experience in a medical practice
 

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