Regional Operations Manager
North Carolina - Winston Salem
Winston-Salem, NC (Coming soon ) | Operations
- Meets and exceeds budget
- Manages and reduces operating costs; evaluates A/R and manages P&L
- Achieves maximum staff productivity
- Identifies new businesses that the referral base requires and will support
- Works in partnership with the Marketing team to maximize opportunities for the Center
- Evaluates business enhancers to determine if they are in place, are functional, and require improvements in a process; shares business enhancers with peers
- Establishes a positive community profile for the Center
- Implements, embraces and manages all aspects of the Center’s customer service results via NPS and other methods of patient feedback
- Encourages and trains staff to actively deliver on the Center’s customer service expectations
- Works with other administrative staff to ensure efforts are coordinated and high-quality patient care is provided
- Managing all patient complaints to maintain good customer satisfaction
- Oversees all daily Center operations, ensuring Center is staffed appropriately. Ability to step onto the floor when necessary to provide additional assistance should volume dictate the need for additional help at the front desk
- Manages and supervises assigned Center(s) team members; assisting staff in understanding and implementing Center policies and procedures. Develops guidelines for prioritizing work activities and implementing Center policies and procedures
- Ensures that requests for information are handled promptly and effectively
- Assures that deadlines are met with regards to the operational budget, reporting, inventory, payroll and patient statements
- Learn EMR functions and educate staff to run patient scenarios to “own” the front desk functions and ensure smooth and accurate process and accurate capture of insurance/billing information. Monitor data input and patient information to ensure accuracy and completeness.
- Monitor Key Performance Indicators at each center and communicate regularly with Market President. Prepare information for discussion during weekly Operations Meetings
- Review and approve all-time records for payroll processing
- Review, approve and manage time off requests to ensure appropriate staffing levels
- Thorough knowledge of the state’s work comp guidelines to maintain a successful occupational medicine segment within the Center
- Review and manage vendor relationships providing services and/or supplies for the Center
- Ensure accurate invoice reconciliation practices are followed
- Conducts center meetings with staff to communicate pertinent information
- Provides goals and planning of facility, equipment and staff
- Manages workflow to ensure the effective use of human resources, time, equipment and supplies
- Becomes familiar with all Center functions in order to effectively manage team members and operations
- Controls expenses and resulting net income
- Provides solid leadership for all Center team members; supports management and displays a strong positive attitude at all times
- Takes ownership of all Center functions
- Acts as preceptor for new Center Operations Managers within the market
- Identifies and analyzes operational challenges and facilitates the development of solutions to prevent their reoccurrence
- Maintains strict confidentiality with regards to the EMR, medical records and other patient and team member data, as required per compliance and regulatory rules and expectations
- Track and maintain licensure and certification for all team member requirements to ensure compliance
- Ensures that all Center team members are performing in a satisfactory way and adding value to Center productivity. Identifies, analyzes and resolves work problems, as necessary.
- Actively and routinely interfaces with team members to assess and address questions, issues and concerns on all fronts; be the “first point of contact” for team members
- Conducts annual (and quarterly, or on-going, as necessary) performance evaluations on all direct reports in a timely manner and ensures salary recommendations and feedback reflects contributions and performance
- Effectively manages interviewing, selecting and hiring, onboarding, coaching, counseling, development and termination of Center team members
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