Status: Full-Time Department: Oncology Work Schedule/Hours: Monday-Friday/8:30-5:00pm/37.5 Location: East Baltimore Campus Personnel area: School of Medicine
The Department of Oncology is seeking a Sr. Administrative Manager that will be responsible for the following:
Manages all faculty activities related to the HMBMT clinical practice at all practice locations. Develops attending schedules.
Arranges coverage for all services in Oncology to guarantee physician coverage at all times on all services
Coordinates and oversees facilities and space issues for the HMBMT Division faculty staff and clinical fellows.
Responsible for administrative oversight of the HMBMT organization unit. Analyze and implement staff structure, capabilities and development to meet the current and future needs of the division.
Supervises administrative staff consisting of administrative coordinators.
Assists faculty with human resources issues including hiring/firing, discipline, time sheet approval and other matters.
Acts as liaison with Oncology clinical operations as it relates to hematologic malignancies faculty practice.
Responsible for coordinating periodic meetings between HSBMT faculty leadership and senior administrative manager, budget analysts, and clinical research leadership regarding staffing and budgetary issues.
Clinical Practice Administration
Provides comprehensive reporting of all HMBMT clinical activity and clinical productivity
Implements systems and controls to ensure timely submission of charges and closing of encounters. Identifies problem areas, analyzes data, and develops performance improvement plans.
Provides on-boarding and orientation to the clinical practice to new clinical faculty, and advanced practice providers.
Monitors clinical practice associated key performance indicators; develops tools and processes to archive institutional standards, including bump rate; schedule utilization, cancellation rate, new patient lag time; encounter status.
Collaborates to recruit and support advanced practice providers. Ensures credentials are approved and maintained; evaluates workload and recommends balanced alignment of practitioner to physician.
Coordinates the timely completion of performance reviews.
Ensures provider compliance requirements are met prior to initiating clinical activity. Enrolls providers in all required courses including compliance training, Epic training. Ensures proper assignment of roles in all clinical information systems.
Ensures timely dissemination of Compliance Office polices and arranges in-service training when needed. Serves as the administrative representative on Compliance Office remedial training sessions with providers.
Assists providers with the adoption of documentation templates and work habits to ensure compliance with Institutional standards and guidelines.
Assist the Clinical Director and Administrators in strategic planning and special projects. Serves on committees as directed.
Review and participate in the preparation of business plans for existing units or potential new business opportunities, as requested by Division Director and Administrators.
Serves as an Epic user support expert to faculty, clinical fellows, and advanced practice providers. Engages Epic technical support and Epic Application Coordinators to address system related questions and issues. Administratively lead efforts to recommend and guide system enhancements related to the clinical practice.
Works with providers to adopt best practices
Manages all faculty activities related to the HMBMT clinical practice. including development and maintenance of provider templates.
Bachelor's Degree in business, finance, accounting, or other related field required and a minimum of five years of progressively responsible professional-level administrative or financial experience related to monetary or non-monetary resources of a department, center or unit. Additional education may substitute for some expereince to the extent permitted by the JHU Equivalency Formula.
JHU Equivalency Formula: 18 graduate degree credits may substitute for one year of experience.
Master's degree desired.
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