Oncology Hematology Care is currently seeking a Controller to advise up-line management regarding the practice management financial programs in our multi-site organization. The Controller assists in determining financial goals for the various operating units, analyzes and reports variances and maintains general ledger and related systems for accounts receivable, accounts payable, and payroll. He/she develops management reports, coordinates and monitors financial budgets and ensures financial reporting is in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Additionally, the Controller is responsible for:
Developing systems and monitoring compliance with the various company/practice agreements, including the Management Services Agreement with the practices and all related agreements.
Ensuring the practice is compliant with all established accounting and revenue cycle policies/procedures and internal controls
Prepares and approves journal entries for month end and periodic needs, with adequate support
Provides oversight and leadership to central business office for all monthly activity to include, but not limited to: billing, adjustments, refunds, data extraction, reporting, investigation, accounts receivable aging, corrections, and month end close of practice management system
Ensures adequate documentation, review and execution of internal controls as required by SOX – initiates and completes necessary remediation
Reports monthly results to key stakeholders in a timely manner with appropriate analysis of key performance indicators and adequate explanation of variances
Presents financials at physician meetings and board meetings
Develops robust reporting packages as requested/needed by management and Physicians
Implements and maintains controls on monthly drug inventory counts and transfers
Willfully and accurately investigates all necessary detail and activity to correctly identify the causation of variance in the financial statements
Responsible for the preparation of annual budget
Communicates with key operational, physician and centralized support counterparts
Brings forth recommendations for improvement and efficiency in all aspects of accounting and finance operations
Performs adhoc and pro forma analyses as needed/requested
Enters all approved capital requisitions
Liaison between McKesson Specialty Health and local operations for process implementation and control.
Providing support to department managers, practice administration and physicians in the preparation, understanding and use of financial information and assists the organization toward its goal of improving cost-effectiveness of health care delivery.
Participate in development of practice objectives.
Supervising assigned accounting and accounting support staff.
The ideal candidate is an experienced mentor, highly organized, with the ability to be flexible and multi-task. Additionally, he or she will offer:
Demonstrated leadership capabilities
Strong attention to detail and fortitude to perform the work necessary to achieve results
Continuous improvement mindset
Accounting, finance, analytical and business acumen
Balance sheet reserve measurement & accounting
Proactive, determined, self-starter
Comfortable and capable of working independently
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance (with appropriate experience).
Practice Management/Health Services experience.
7+ years of progressive Accounting experience with at least three years managing others
Strong foundation in accounting required, but candidates also demonstrating strong analytical/FP&A experience preferred
CPA and or MBA preferred, though not required
OHC offers a competitive salary with bonus potential, comprehensive benefit package including health, dental, vision, 401K and PTO. If you are looking for a place to grow your career and positively impact patients and families, please submit your resume and salary requirements.
The US Oncology Network is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.