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Adminsitrative director oncology services

Company Name:
Bon Secours Health System, Inc.
ADMINSITRATIVE DIRECTOR ONCOLOGY SERVICES
Location: BSHR - SHARED SERVICES, NORFOLK, VA
Department: SERVICE LINE ADMINISTRATION
Schedule: Full Time
Shift: Day, Evening
Hours: 8:00 A.M. - 5:30 P.M.
Exempt from Overtime: Yes
Job Details:

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POSITION SUMMARY
Serves as the Coordinator for all aspects of a Service Line. Responsible to the EVP for the day to day focus on the key components of the Service Line, i.e. Growth, Contribution Margin, Costs, Clinical Quality, and Physician alignment. Works collaboratively with others in support/enabling departments to conduct financial, marketing, service, and clinical analyses to provide necessary information for the effective management of the service line. May or may not have line responsibility, depending on the staffing at the BSHR institution. Serves as a key liaison with both referring and service line physicians to insure total physician satisfaction with the BSHR experience.
JOB REQUIREMENTS
1. Working experience, whether as a clinician or manager, in areas of service line responsibility preferred.
2. Marketing knowledge, physician relation skills and financial analytical abilities required.
3. Masters degree in hospital administration, business administration or a closely related field preferred.
4. Approximately five to seven years of progressively more responsible positions that have afforded the experience
necessary to gain full knowledge of hospital operation, finances, and reimbursement.
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