Johns Hopkins Community Physicians is seeking a full-time Practice Administrator III (PA) at our Bethesda Heart Care Practice in Bethesda, Maryland. The PA III is responsible for the daily operations of a large health center/practice typically staffed with 12 or more FTE providers in a free-standing location. The position reports to the Administrator Specialty. Daily operations include: budget management and the hiring, supervision, staffing, evaluation and discipline of staff. Works effectively with providers and other staff to develop and implement common priorities and goals related to providing optimal customer service, maximizing operational efficiency, assuring financial viability and rendering high quality health care services. Demonstrate through leadership example, visible organizational support and a positive attitude to create a positive work environment and enhance provider and staff morale. Responsible for fostering a positive relationship with the local community served by the health center. In addition to these Administrative duties, if credentialed as a billable clinician, provides direct patient care in the center/practice, conforming to the pertinent standards of care and under the direction/oversight of the Office Medical Director.
Master's Degree required.
If a Practice Administrator also has clinical nurse responsibilities, the following education, training, licensing and certification requirements apply: 1. R.N. training and a degree from an approved school of nursing. 2. Current Maryland State Licensure is required. 3. Current CPR certification or ability to successfully complete CPR certification. 4. Ability to demonstrate knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the ages of the patients served in the department.
Six years' of direct healthcare management experience is required.
Experience in Cardiology Administration highly preferred.
Knowledge of healthcare/ambulatory care management. Must demonstrate a record of increasing job responsibility linked to accomplishments in health care management. Experience using a standard personal computer including word processing, spreadsheet software and a computer based patient information system.
Internal Number: 171508
About Johns Hopkins Community Physicians
At Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, our patients are our first priority. Thanks to each of our dedicated staff members, providers and leaders, our patients feel well cared for in their medical home. Johns Hopkins Community Physicians is an integral part of Johns Hopkins Medicine. As a part of Johns Hopkins, we are a fully integrated organization that hosts faculty members, partners with hospitalist programs, offers front-line specialty care and is connected with hospitals across Maryland and Washington, D.C. And finally, we are health care leaders in innovation. Our patient-centered medical home model provides patients with comprehensive care from a committed team. We provide evidence-based care through our commitment to the mission of discovery. Our practices are embedded with pharmacy, social work and care coordination to provide our patients with everything they need for their overall well-being.
We have over 39 locations across Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore, Charles, Frederick, Harford, Howard, Montgomery, Prince George's and Washington counties in Maryland, and in Washington, D.C.
We believe that good health is the cornerstone of progress. We are firm in our resolve to make exemplary health care accessible and affordable to all, dedicated to lowering the high rate of cardiovascular disease, including stroke, in minority populations and committed to advocacy and diversity. We are guided by ethical principles in all transactions and strive for excellence in our training and skills.