Murrieta, CA, USA | Universal Health Services, Inc.
Industry:Healthcare - Hospitals
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The Rancho Springs location in Murrieta, California, is a 120 bed acute-care facility with the region's only Pediatric Emergency Services team. This service is made possible through an agreement with Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego; the Emergency Department at Rancho Springs is staffed by Rady Children’s pediatric emergency medicine physicians from Rady Children’s Specialists. (In June 2015, U.S. News & World Report ranked Rady Children’s among the best children’s hospitals in the nation in all ten pediatric specialties the magazine surveyed.) Rancho Springs also provides the area's only OB/Emergency Department program, which gives expectant mothers 24/7 on-site access to OB/GYN physician coverage. The Childbirth Center at Rancho Springs is the largest in the region and features spacious family-friendly private suites. Rancho's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is operated by Rady Children’s.
The Inland Valley location in Wildomar, California, is a licensed 122-bed facility and is Riverside County's only designated Trauma Center and the county-designated Paramedic Base Station. It provides comprehensiveemergency medical services, trauma surgery, intensive care, diagnostic imaging, rehabilitation and other services. The location performs more than 4,000 surgeries a year, and has an average of 2,500 Emergency Department visits per month.
Job Responsibilities Include:
Maximize hospital financial performance. Analyze the profitability of existing hospital operations, product lines, contractual agreements, etc., making recommendations when appropriate for improvement. Act as a change agent to reduce expenses and reduce variation in organization/process/procedures. Focused on metrics to target overall hospital improvement in operations and finance.
Participate in the hospital financial reporting process. Supervise the preparation of reports outlining hospital’s financial position and operating profit and loss statement. Participate in the preparation and timely filing of federal, state, hospital association, third party, and other financial reports as required.
Develop employees through appropriate management practices, creates a hospital climate to motivate employees to highest performance. Establish direction, coaches employees, provides feedback, and builds commitment.
Experience Requirements include:
Must possess a working knowledge of GAAP, Medicare and Medicaid regulations, and federal and local tax regulations; knowledge of all business office and other administrative office operations including all processes from registration (pre-registration) through discharge and terminal resolution of the patient bill; knowledge of managed care and other payer processes and agreements, including specific terms for negotiation are required; knowledge of all accounting processes including accounts payable, payroll and general accounting and effective ability to prepare financial statements and operating reports that accurately and timely reflect the entity’s performance.
Must be skilled at interpreting the abstract pieces of financial analysis and performance; preparing schedules and reports, using source data and compiling reports from others’ schedules; skill in use of electronic spreadsheets and ability to manipulate data within proprietary and acquired data bases, using ACCESS, ECLYPSIS, or other data bases; adept at skillfully communicating ideas and facts, packaging information and concepts in a way that increases understanding by others.
Must possess a 's degree in finance, accounting, or other closely related field with 8-10 years of relevant experience in a healthcare environment.A 's degree and at least 5 years of relevant experience is highly preferred.
Experience working closely with hospital-operated medical groups is preferred.
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