Children's Medical Group/Physician Offices, Off-Site Practices
Responsible for the 24 hour accountability of work flow, performance and overall management and operations of the designated practice and other assigned activities.
Works closely with the department leadership regarding strategic planning, continuous quality improvement, financial / budget reporting and monitoring. Maintains physical environment and equipment for effective operations.
Delegates and supervises personnel. Provides leadership, education, guidance, recognition, and professional development to personnel in order to support daily operations. Solves problems, makes decisions, develops systems and processes for successful integration and implementation, utilizing organizational and analytical skills. The position involves planning and overseeing all operations and business related activities that may include but not limited to surgical and procedural scheduling, billing operations, coding, auditing and reimbursement operations, credentialing, and other unique practice operations and financial practices.
Seeks guidance from the leadership and/or upper management for unusual or unanticipated circumstances that require deviation from financial / operational policies and standards of practice.
Bachelors degree in a related field and / or 3-5 years of healthcare / management experience preferred. Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication and analytical skills. Demonstrated ability to plan, manage, establish and maintain a professional work environment. Interpersonal skills necessary to direct subordinates and delegate tasks.
Management level experience in a hospital or medical group setting with skills in medical insurance, coding and reimbursement preferred. Demonstrated ability to identify problems and implement solutions for operational and organizational functioning.
Technical and professional knowledge and skills unique to the business and / or clinical operations of a medical practice which may include but are not limited to Financial, Human Resources, Information Systems, Billing, Coding, Auditing, Credentialing, Payor, Reimbursement, Risk, Governance, Regulations, Planning and Marketing.
The Children's Health System offers a highly competitive compensation and benefit package and promotes a tobacco-free work environment.
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"At CHKD, working to improve the lives of our community's children is a twofold endeavor, deeply ingrained in our mission, our history and our daily work." – Jim Dahling, CHKD president and CEO
Leading the region in children’s healthcare services, CHKD is committed to delivering excellence in quality and service as we continually measure and improve our outcomes. We will evolve and enhance our services in response to the needs of children and the advancement of science; educate the next generation of leaders in children’s health; be the healthcare employer of choice; and collaborate with others to attain our vision.
As we strive to attain our mission, Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters Health System will provide excellence in quality of care and service through teamwork and communication, honesty and integrity, personal responsibility and stewardship of resources, as well as creativity and innovation. Our goal is to lead the region as the preferred provider of quality children’s health services for years to come.
CHKD Medical Group is an organization of 18 pediatric practices spread across 28 locations throughout the region. Our practices offer primary care to children from birth to age 21.
Members of CHKD Health System
As members of CHKD Health System, our pediatricians work closely with CHKD’s full range of pediatric specialists and surgeons. They also share our commitment to quality, excellence and child-centered care.
Because they operate under the CHKD umbrella, our practices share many procedures and policies, but each has its own distinct personality. For this reason, we encourage parents-to-be and newcomers to the area to visit our practices and meet our physicians and office staff members to find what group they're most comfortable with.
Nothing is more important to you –and to us – than your child. We look forward to meeting you.
Our pediatric practices offer translation services to patients and families who are hearing impaired or have limited proficiency in the English language. These services may include third-party interpretation or multilingual staff.
Each CHKD medical group practice is in the process of acquiring recognition from the National Committee on Quality Assurance (NCQA) as a patient-centered medical home for our patients. Medical home standards emphasize the use of a patient-centered system of care that supports wellness, communication, patient involvement and coordinated access to all services.
About CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF THE KING'S DAUGHTERS HEALTH SYSTEM
CHKD is the facility of choice for pediatric care in southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina. Whether a child needs hospitalization, ongoing care for a chronic illness, outpatient surgery or primary care, CHKD provides the staff, facilities and technologies that address the unique demands of childhood.Since the Norfolk City Union of The King’s Daughters established the hospital in 19...61, CHKD has undergone two major renovations and expansions and is now at the heart of a comprehensive system of caring dedicated exclusively to children. .Children are admitted for serious illnesses as well as complex conditions and injuries.CHKD provides the highest designation of neonatal intensive care in our region, as well as specialty units for pediatric intensive care, rehabilitation, cancer treatment, medical and surgical care, and transitional care.Patients can visit our fully equipped playrooms, keep up with schooling in our computer-equipped classrooms and participate in fun activities at the bedside, like visits from our Buddy Brigade therapy dogs.Our Emergency Center serves more than 47,000 children each year. The staff of pediatric emergency specialists responds quickly to serious illnesses and injuries with the compassion, caring and communication that families need during these difficult times. And if it’s not a true emergency, our patients are put on a fast-track option much like in an urgent care center.Our Surgery Centers – at the main hospital in Norfolk, our Oyster Point facility in Newport News and our Princess Anne facility in Virginia Beach – offer state-of-the-art surgery for both complex and routine procedures. Above all, our surgeons, anesthesiologists and nurses know that children are not small adults. They understand how to calm fears, ease pain and quickly return children to the business of being kids. With many of our surgeries conducted on an outpatient basis, we focus on convenience yet maintain our child-centered approach. Our waiting areas are filled with video games and toys. We offer tours to ease anxieties before surgery. And kids get to choose their “flavor” of anesthesia as well as mode of transportation to the operating room – in a wagon, on a bike or in the arms of our caring staff. CHKD offers a wide range of outpatient treatment and evaluative services in convenient locations throughout the region. From every community within greater Hampton Roads, CHKD Health Centers and satellite locations offer easy access to primary care and specialty services for asthma and allergies, diabetes, heart conditions and many more chronic diseases. Many sites feature state-of-the art radiology and laboratory testing as well as a full complement of rehabilitative therapies, including a unique sports medicine program designed to get young athletes back in the game.The CHKD family includes primary care and surgical practices with offices throughout the region. Our primary care practices, with more than 90 board-certified pediatricians and nurse practitioners, can be found throughout southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina. Most locations offer evening and weekend hours as well as quick access for sick children. And the practices provide after-hours guidance with many using CHKD’s pediatric nurses to answer urgent questions.Our surgery practices offer an array of pediatric expertise in neurosurgery,orthopedics and sports medicine, general pediatric surgery, plastic and cardiothoracic surgeries and urology. CHKD’s board-certified surgeons have pioneered new procedures and learned innovative techniques to bring the best surgical care to children of all ages. They operate at CHKD surgery centers in Norfolk, Newport News and Virginia Beach and see patients for evaluation and follow-up care at our health centers throughout the region. Children’s Hospital is home to Eastern Virginia Medical School’s Pediatric Residency Training Program and to dozens of medical specialists who comprise its pediatric faculty. CHKD supports pediatric research and clinical trials to improve the quality of care and clinical outcomes for our patients. And the hospital offers a variety of educational programs and support groups to help parents tackle issues ranging from asthma management to discipline to childhood obesity. CHKD’s Child Abuse Program, headquartered a few blocks from the hospital, provides a coordinated response to the needs of children who have been abused or neglected. This unique and highly respected program brings together law enforcement, social services, court representatives and CHKD’s medical and psychosocial experts to help victims through the stages of assessment, prosecution and healing. Philanthropy is the lifeblood of CHKD, providing essential services, programs, equipment and technology that might otherwise not be available. Throughout the years, CHKD has relied upon this support from a generous community that is strongly committed to the health of its children. The King’s Daughters, founders of CHKD, lead the way among hundreds of friends, providing volunteerism, advocacy and fund raising, including our ever-popular thrift stores in every corner of the region.