BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR - Neurology (Movement Disorders, MSW)

Mount Sinai - New York, NY (30+ days ago)3.9


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Roles & Responsibilities:
The Business Administrator provides administrative and financial support to the Movement Disorders Center’s (the Center) physician leadership and faculty members under the direction of the Vice Chair of Administration for the Department of Neurology (the Department). Directs and administers the Center by developing appropriate business plans, implements and operationalizes initiatives designed to develop, enhance, and support the Center’s clinical, research, academic and educational missions under the direction of the physician leadership and established vision of the Center aligning with the overall strategy of the Department. The Business Administrator participates in operational decision making as a member of the center’s leadership team, while overseeing budgets and operationalization of business plans including employee management and any of the other Center related activity and resources.

Oversees and provides leadership in the development and implementation of the Center’s programs, initiatives, structures, systems, policies and procedures
Serves as a strategic partner to the Medical co-Directors of the Center in the planning and implementation of policies and procedures, programs, and initiatives that support the mission, growth and success of Movement Disorder Center
Serves as the Center’s representative by participating on projects as invited and requested
Provide continued administrative and strategic support to the Center’s Medical co-Directors in support of the established goals under the overall strategy
Oversees the coordination of all faculty members of the Center which includes appointments and promotions, recruitment, compensation, productivity, performance and other general human resources business
In concert with the Medical co-Directors, the Business Administrator is responsible for space allocation and assessment for the Center including designing and planning for expanding space demands. Brings issues forward to appropriate senior management within the Department to address on-going space requirements
Supports all faculty recruitment, including development of a financially sound business plans, resource allocations, space planning, and coordination of clinic, academic and ambulatory practice aiming for a successful program implementation
Works in collaboration with respective Site Administrative Directors to manage and oversee the Center’s physicians revenue cycle which includes appointment scheduling, registration and insurance verification, front desk check in and check out, collection and posting of co-payments, charge capture and charge entry
Participates in the establishment and implementation of short and long-range Center’s goals, objectives, policies, and operating procedures; monitors and evaluates operational effectiveness; effects change required for improvement
Researches, identifies, and evaluates opportunities for enhancement of existing operational models and the development of new and innovative programmatic and operational systems for potential Center application
Ensures Center’s consistency in meeting research, educational and administrative compliance standards; providing leadership and guidance to faculty and staff in matters related to the understanding of the center’s overall goals and objectives, and individual roles and responsibilities in this regard
Serves as a key operational and policy liaison, facilitator, and coordinator, as appropriate, to clinical, research, academic, programs
Provide financial oversight and controls; procedures and practices; and development, implementation and management of operational budgets, grants & contracts, endowment, gifts and faculty practice revenues consistent with internal and external compliance. Approve financial transactions for department
Financial reporting, analysis, forecasting and business planning for the clinical, research and educational activities supported by the Center’s various sources of revenue.
Develop and manage process to conduct time, effort, and productivity reviews as well as adherence to faculty compensation plan or established business plan formula
Establish and maintain effective internal controls
Participate in strategic planning in concert with the Center’s goals that contribute toward market growth, revenue enhancement, and cost containment while maximizing productivity
Set a tone of leadership that is people-oriented, collaborative in nature, empowering and focused in data based decision-making
Build an infrastructure and culture based on teamwork, open communication, prudent risk taking, innovation, mentoring and accountability
Facilitates development of a long range strategic and financial plan for the Center to assure continued financial health for the advancement of the missions of teaching, research and clinical care
Performs other duties as assigned by the Vice Chair of Administration

Requirements:
Masters degree in business or healthcare preferred.
The ideal candidate will have at least 5+ years of proven management ability including strong interpersonal and communication skills
Individual must possess strong leadership, management, organizational, analytical, negotiation and conflict management skills
Individual must have the ability to provide innovative leadership in a dynamic environment and be able to work collaboratively with varying levels of employees and faculty. Also required is a hands-on approach to operations and management as well as the ability to keep strategic initiatives in focus
Knowledge and understanding of institutional regulations, policies, and practices
Knowledge and understanding of medical, academic, clinical, research, and practice and billing regulatory compliance
Administrative planning and leadership skills
Knowledge and comprehension of the billing cycle
Ability to foster a cooperative work environment
Employee development and performance management skills.
Ability to develop and implement strategic plans
Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community
Demonstrated leadership skills in the development and implementation of complex administrative programs
Ability to develop successful collaborative relationships at all levels within the organization
Advanced analytical, evaluative, and objective critical thinking skills
Knowledge of clinical operations and/or administration in a medical school environment
Working knowledge and understanding of faculty productivity and performance measurement programs and systems
Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to present information effectively to groups
Skill in organizing resources and establishing priorities
Knowledge of budgeting, fiscal management, and human resources management systems
Proficient in excel and other software programs to facilitate responsibilities.

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