Professional Relations Director / Physician Practice Manager
Shriners Hospitals for Children - Chicago is a one-of-a-kind international health care system dedicated to improving the lives of children by providing pediatric specialty care, innovative research and outstanding teaching programs. The Chicago Hospital provides comprehensive orthopedic, plastic, reconstructive and craniofacial surgery and rehabilitation / spinal cord injury care to children.
We currently have a Director of Professional Relations opening. Responsible to the Chief of Staff, serves as a liaison for the Medical Staff at meetings, hospital functions and all other activities involving the physician group. Acting as a physician practice manager, this positions directly supervises three support staff to carry out the many duties and responsibilities of the medical staff department to include budgets, policy/procedure implementation, business strategies, and medical staff representation at various meetings, credentialing, contract negotiations and agreements. The Director oversees the day to day operations of the medical department. Five (5) years relatable experience in a physician practice management role, preferably in a hospital environment and at a Director's level, with a Masters Degree in Healthcare or Business Management is required. Minimally a Bachelor's degree in Healthcare or Business Management with ten (10) years relatable experience is required.
Business and management principles involving strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources and coordination of personnel and resources necessary. Demonstrated leadership and analytical skills. Computer knowledge of various software programs.
Benefits include competitive salaries, medical/dental/vision/life, 403B, PTO and EIB, tuition reimbursement, free parking, and a friendly and challenging work environment. For further information and to apply, please forward your resume to:
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