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Queen's Physician Fiscal Services Specialist
9/26/18

Develops, implements, maintains, and monitors the employed physician financial, production and statistical/operational reports and
analysis.  Leads the calculation of physician production, quality incentive compensation, and monitoring trends of physician productivity,
financial performance and professional billing data.

Serves as the lead to ensure the employed physician contract lifecycle is managed in a timely and effective manner. Assists the
management team in planning, developing and overseeing physician practice network expansion and projects.

Facilitates, develops and prepares financial analysis of existing and new programs, variance comparisons (actual to budget, actual to
actual, and budget to budget), etc.

Responsible for coordination and execution of special projects as assigned.

MONITORS, MAINTAINS AND ANALYZES PHYSICIAN PRODUCTIVITY, FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE AND PROFESSIONAL BILLLING
DATA FOR OPERATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

In coordination with the Clinical Integration management team, develops, implements, and analyzes physician financial, productivity and
statistical/operational reporting including communication of relevant information to the physician (e.g., physician dashboards, website,
etc.).

Leads the implementation and maintenance of a physician practice management database/system to centralize, analyze and provide
real time, actionable information to identify key performance drivers and opportunities.

Identifies and analyzes data through the use of financial and operative systems and reports to evaluate physician financial and
productivity performance.

Presents analyses and recommendations to optimize physician productivity and financial performance to physicians, management and
executives.

Responsible for maintaining databases/systems to ensure accurate data, consistency with current organizational structure and proper
audit documentation.

Meets with and educates physicians on reports, analyses and calculations.

Leads the calculation of physician incentive payments to ensure accuracy and proper audit documentation.

Responsible for variance comparisons (actual to budget, actual to actual and budget to budget) of physician data, operations, programs
and initiatives.

CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION

Leads the generation of employed physician contract reports and manages communications to ensure contracts are executed in an
organized and timely manner.

Collaborates with various departments (i.e., Physician Contracting Department, Human Resources, Clinical Integration, Compliance and
Service Lines) to develop contract terms specific to scope of service and quality goals for the employed physicians and other physician
groups as assigned (i.e., University Health Practice and John A. Burns School of Medicine,etc.).

PROJECT MANAGEMENT OF PHYSICIAN PRACTICE EXPANSION AND PROGRAMS

Assists with developing and maintaining project management tools to monitor project plans, timelines and deliverables to meet
established goals and objectives.

Analyzes data to determine feasibility of practice transitions and presents recommendations to the practice transition team.

Collaborates and assists the Finance Department to manage project budgets based on project constraints.

Defines project activities, resources and key stakeholders.


PROGRAMS, SERVICES AND BUSINESS VENTURES:

Works with the Finance Department in their preparation of any financial analysis, modeling and/or budgeting requirements as requested.


PERFORMS OTHER RELATED DUTIES AS ASSIGNED.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE:
Bachelor's degree in business, finance or related field.       

Master’s degree in business or healthcare preferred.

EXPERIENCE:

Three (3) years progressive experience in healthcare finance and operations.

Experience with reading, interpreting and operationalizing physician contract language.

Prior direct working relationships with physicians.

Experience to demonstrate:
  • Advanced knowledge working with Excel, Word, PowerPoint and website
      management.

  • Ability to extract and report off relational databases using Clarity
      report writer.

  • Strong critical thinking skills and the ability to: Gather, analyze and organize data in a logical and systematic manner.

  • Present data and findings in a logical manner to various audiences.

  • Strong organizational skills with attention to detail and accuracy.

  • Proven project and change management skills.

Effective written and oral communication and interpersonal skills to work collaboratively with a broad range of people to accomplish
assigned tasks effectively and efficiently with high quality customer service.

Knowledge of the healthcare industry and working with financial systems, including, budgeting and analysis, financial modeling and
forecasting required; physician revenue cycle experience highly desirable.

Apply at  
www.queensmedicalcenter.org/careers


Director of Finance
7/15/18

RESPONSIBILITIES
I. POSITION DESCRIPTION/ACCOUNTABILITY:
A director functions at a high organizational level, providing leadership and direction in the development and implementation of strategic
and innovative initiatives to further the mission of The Queen’s Medical Center (QMC).  Anticipates problems and other needs and seeks
solutions to assure the on-going operations of the Medical Center.  Is highly skilled in facilitating interactions among organizational
departments and functions.  Promotes teamwork and collaboration; is results-oriented.  A director reports to an executive; is accountable
for functions and/or activities at the organization but may also have responsibilities, supporting operations at other Queen’s Health
Systems (QHS) entities or other affiliated organizations. He/she is accountable for outcomes and results to achieve the annual goals and
objectives approved by the Board of Trustees.  Makes a significant contribution to patient care quality and service. Functions as an
organizational leader and is accountable to the System Leadership Council.  Recognizes and supports the unique heritage and mission
established by the founders, Queen Emma and King Kamehameha IV.  

Area of assignment: Serves as an on-site Director, extension of the QHS Corporate Finance Division as a first line of support and partner
to on-site leadership.  Coordinates Finance activities (budgets, forecasts, capital), performs financial analysis, acts on/resolves inquiries,
identifies financial opportunities, and implements financial initiatives agreed upon by QHS Corporate Finance and/or Site Leadership.  

II. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Essential: finger dexterity, seeing, hearing, speaking.  Continuous:  sitting, static gripping of an object for prolonged periods.  Frequent:  
walking.  Occasional:  standing, stooping/bending, climbing stairs, walking on uneven ground, lifting and carrying usual weight of one
pound up to five pounds, reaching above, at and below shoulder level, frequent gripping of an object.  Operates computer, telephone and
other business type equipment.

III. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:
Not substantially subjected to adverse environmental conditions.

IV. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
A.  Education/Certification and Licensure:
1.  Bachelor’s degree in specified field or in business administration, health care or related field.
2.  Master’s degree in business administration or related health care and/or professional field - or - significant management/leadership
training in a recognized program of executive training highly desirable.
3.  CPA (active/inactive) preferred.

B.  Experience:
1.  Five (5) years management/leadership experience in finance in a healthcare setting.
2.  Prior experience in reporting to Executive Leadership and working with multidisciplinary teams.
3.  Solid understanding of business principles, i.e., strategic and financial planning, budgeting, decision support, business planning,
organization theory.
4.  Proven leadership skills, i.e., planning, communications, motivation, mentoring, interpersonal skills.   
5.  Track record of managing multiple departments/functions, preferably in a comparable health care setting.




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