Serves as the Chief Executive Officer, responsible to the Board of Directors, through the President and Medical Director, for the effective conduct of the affairs of the organization. Recommends and participates in Board formulation of IUI/SCI’s mission, goals, objectives and related policies. Within that framework, plans, organizes, directs and controls the responsibilities as outlined.
Supervision Received: Board of Directors
Supervision Exercised: Director of Operations, Research, Marketing and P/R Coordinator, Information Technology, Facility/Maintenance, Business Office, A/P Clerk, Physician Assistants
Ensures sound administrative, budgetary, and financial management
Coordinates with the Board as necessary to effectively conduct the business of IUI/SCI.
Makes recommendations to the Board to maximize productivity and profitability.
Completes annual budget, coordinates with CPA, presents to the Board and executes.
Ensures compliance with all regulatory agencies governing health care delivery and the rules of the various accrediting bodies, assuring that operations, programs and physical properties are continually monitored and initiation of proper/timely changes.
Seeks out new practice locations/business opportunities. Negotiates agreements with existing physician groups or recruit and negotiate with new physician practices.
Serves as legal liaison for the organization.
Marketing and Public Relations - Interprets IUI/SCI's mission, goals, objectives and programs to external groups and to the general public.
Develops an effective marketing and public relations program.
Serves as liaison between IUI/SCI and its outreach locations. Determines the viability of new outreach locations and negotiations with those locations.
Provides leadership to the Board in formulating strategies and resources to promote IUI/SCI’s goals.
Facilities and Equipment - Ensures sound management and maintenance of facilities and equipment.
Provides oversight of the acquisition, utilization and organization of IUI/SCI resources.
Oversees space development, including evaluation of equipment and building leases.
Serves as liaison with real estate ventures.
Represents IUI/SCI in relationships with other providers, health organizations, government agencies, third party payers and the business/industry.
Management Information Systems - Ensures Information Systems development to support the organization.
Formulates an Information Systems’ plan to keep pace with change/technological improvements.
Keeps existing equipment operational and ensures new acquisition in a timely manner.
Human Resources - Supervises a qualified staff to implement programs, activities and services.
Assists in the recruitment of new physicians and in the negotiations of new physician contracts.
Serves as the physician/management liaison.
Hires and evaluates administrative management team.
Consults with the appropriate administrative and supervisory staff and department representatives prior to recommending and establishing new policies.
Helps leadership, management and supervisory personnel in establishing department philosophy and objectives related to staffing and performance standards, policies and procedures, job classifications, compliance with government regulations, etc.
Resolves medical administrative problems and promotes staff communication,
Community Liaison - Maintains close working relationships with the community.
Serves as the spokesperson for IUI/SCI, in conjunction with respective IUI/SCI President.
Responds to suggestions and concerns from all IUI customers.
Ensures close cooperation with civic, service, educational, and professional organizations.
Maintains hospital relations.
Professional Development - Stays professionally “fit” in an ever-changing environment.
Maintains professional affiliations and enhances professional growth and development to keep current of the latest trends in medical administration.
Additional skills and strengths such as:
Ability to think independently
A creative and global thinker
Positive attitude toward the health care environment
Ability to motivate physicians
Ability to develop a “team” working environment among staff
Willingness to take acceptable risk
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Ability to delegate authority
Master’s degree in health services administration or MHA, MPH, or MBA or equivalent advanced degree.
At least five years of progressive health care management experience, preferably in an independent medical group and multi-specialty ambulatory surgery center.
Minimum of 5 years’ experience and or education in the following areas:
Human resource management
Medical and financial management information system
Facilities construction and/or design
Billing and collections
Internal Number: 20210212
About Idaho Urologic Institute & Surgery Center of Idaho
Established in 2005, Idaho Urologic Institute, PA is dedicated to providing Idaho’s most advanced urologic care for men, women, and children. Our goal is to deliver high-quality, innovative care by offering the best and newest treatment modalities to improve urologic health and quality of life. For patient convenience we have offices in Boise, Meridian, Mountain Home and Nampa, Idaho. Our Meridian facility features an outpatient surgery center (Surgery Center of Idaho), outpatient diagnostic imaging services, clinical research department, full-service reference lab that includes a comprehensive infertility lab, and a technologically advanced radiation oncology care center.