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POSITION TITLE: Neurology Senior Director –Medical Affairs - Epilepsy
SPECIFICATION NUMBER: 68538CRI
LOCATION: Boston, Massachusetts Area
COMPENSATION: $275,000 Target Salary
COMPANY: Pharmaceutical Company.
Provide Medical affairs support to Neurolgy franchise.
Develop and execute Medical Affairs strategies and tactical plans for assigned brand(s).
Interact with Marketing, Regulatory and Legal Departments to execute medical lifecycle plans and to implement strategies and tactics in support of brand development in the relevant therapeutic area(s)
Review relevant medical, scientific and marketing materials in PMRC.
Interact with Key Opinion Leaders (KOL's) in respective therapeutic areas to establish strong scientific presence and recongnized value in the medical and academic communities.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
7 – 10 years experience required
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
Through and current knowledge of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder including trends, advance and understanding of currently available therapies and completive clinical landscap
3 - 5 years pharmaceutical industry experience including medical promotional review. Strong written, oral communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
OTHER REQUIREMENTS (LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, SPECIALIZED TRAINING)
Position may require attendance at meetings outside of normal working hours.
Some travel required.
All information (written, verbal, electronic, etc.) that an employee encounters in considered confidential.
Achieve and maintain compliance with all applicable regulatory, legal and operational rules and procedures by ensuring that all plans and activities for and on behalf of our client are carried out with the “best” industry practices and the highest ethical standards.
Fast paces environment handling multiple demands. Must be able to exercise independence.
Excellent written and oral communication skills required.
Requires ability to use a personal computer for extended periods of time.
LOCATION: Northern Ocean/South Monmouth County, New Jersey or Chester, PA
COMPENSATION: $45,000 base + Total Comp. $80,000
COMPANY: Our client is a leading supplier of Hospice Services.
As a Hospice Sales Representative with our client, candidate will establish strong working relationships with physicians, hospital discharge planners, social workers, medical facilities and healthcare decision makers to provide them with ongoing education regarding our client’s home health care hospice services.
Actively participating in all staff meetings and providing information regarding changes with accounts and referral sources
Candidate will meet professional development goals through territory and account management, utilize the appropriate resources to maintain and develop business opportunities and maintain market awareness to prepare competitive updates.
Develop new business with physicians; long-term care facilities and other healthcare providers.
· Must be ambitious, motivated, energetic and personable
· Minimum 1 year healthcare sales experience
· Ability to pass a background check and drug screen
· Eligibility to work in the United States
· Existing hospice home health care referral sources preferred
· Experience with hospice or home health care sales preferred
Employment Type Full-Time
Job Type Health Care, Sales
Education Not Specified
Experience At least 1 year(s)
Manages Others No
Industry: Healthcare - Health Services, Sales - Marketing
POSITION TITLE: Specialty Pharmacy – Business Development Manager
SPECIFICATION NUMBER: 68876CRI
LOCATION: Southeast, USA
COMPENSATION: $115,000 + 16% Bonus + Sales Bonus
COMPANY: Our client is a leader in the Medical Device industry.
This is an opportunity to play a key-role in an aggressive, growth-oriented Company that provides an entrepreneurial work environment in an emerging industry.
• Education: B.A or B.S. Degree from a 4 Year College or University (Business Related Degree • Work Experience: 5-10 years total professional experience including: Experience in a customer facing technical support, product management and/ or technical sales role in packaging or equipment sales to Specialty Pharmacy customers. Experience working closely in the Specialty Pharmacy market as part of the cold chain distribution process • Experience with packaging of vaccines and/or other drug products are a plus. • Experience or capability to make value added and solution sales versus product sales. • Working knowledge of cold chain products (packing, monitoring devices) a plus. • Preferable to a candidate already located in the Southeast USA near a major airport
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Support quick integration of company’s technologies into customer processes. • Quickly develop sales revenue from a target group of Specialty Pharmacy prospects • Completely understand scope of customer requirements and develop actions plans that quickly and effectively address those requirements accelerating the sales process. • Coordinate communication regarding customer questions (Quality system, Technical, etc.) and product information both internally and externally. • Strive to understand future customer requirements; communicate that information to company so as to expand the use of client’s products across various healthcare products.
INTERPERSONAL / OTHER SKILLS:
Key Critical Skills:
• Demonstrated success in solution and concept based selling • Effective negotiation skills and persuasive communication style, strategic thinking & planning skills • Strong verbal communication and presentation skills to interact with existing/potential customers and management. • Enthusiastic work ethic and customer focus orientation • Excellent team and relationship building skills • Understanding and working knowledge of the Specialty Pharmacy Market • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple prospects/customers simultaneously • Ability to quickly grasp complex technical topics and ideas and be able to explain those ideas in a manner which a non-technical person can understand • Ability to work successfully from a remote location • Demonstrates sales team management skills and potential to lead a sale team
Other Desired Skills:
• Strong business acumen • Results oriented • Creative • Enthusiastic • Sense of urgency • Intellectually curious • Persistent • Leadership qualities, effective communicator both externally and internally • Flexibility • Team Player • Able to develop people • Hands-on • Self-starter • Ability to multi-task • Well organized • Cooperative; able to resolve conflict • Goal oriented • Strong work ethic • Pre-disposition to identify opportunities for improvement as well as recommend and implement solutions • Independent thinker
COMPANY: International Drug Development Service Company.
The Medical Director provides supervision and direction to the physicians of the Clinical Research Unit, as appropriate. He/she ensures that there is proper medical coverage from the physicians to cover the medical safety to the unit during all hours of operation. The Medical Director is involved with clients for medical consultation on study design and safety for early clinical phases of drug development. In addition, he/she interfaces with the medical staff and clients to ensure proper study designs and notification of serious adverse events to the sponsors.
The Medical Director acts as Principal Investigator/Sub-Investigator, responsible for assuring the health and welfare of participants. He/she is also responsible for performing medical procedures, responsible for proper conduct of the study trial, and responsible for all trial related medical decisions.
This role would have 6 direct reports and 60-70 indirect reports, as everyone at the clinic essentially is an indirect report to the Medical Director.
Typically hours are Monday-Friday with occasional weekends. (The clinic needs coverage 24 hours a day when patients are in clinic.) The weekends may be “on-call” where someone may need to call the MD with a question on a study but nothing extensive.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Act as Principal Investigator/Co-Investigator.
• Represents Clinical Pharmacology as the medical expert for early clinical trials. • Acts as consultant with regard to scientific/medical study design. • Evaluate the performance of the medical staff. • Ensure medical coverage for clinical studies. • Establish and maintain close affiliations with the medical community. • Review and evaluate protocols and Investigator Brochures, and provide clinical and scientific support as needed. • Discuss medical design aspects with the monitor/sponsor as needed. • Attend study initiation meetings as needed. • Present protocols at IRB/IEC meetings, as required. • Perform pre-study physical examinations and review vital signs, medical histories, ECGs, and lab data to ensure volunteers are medically and mentally fit upon entering the study. • Perform on-study and post-study physical examinations and review adverse events, vital signs, ECGs, and lab data to ensure that the physical and mental well being of volunteers is undiminished at the end of the study. • Review relevant data for dose escalation. • Administer test article to the subject, or delegate this to nursing staff where appropriate. • Inform Principal Investigator, IRB and Sponsor as appropriate of relevant events. • Review and sign CRFs at the conclusion of the study. • Sign notes of administrative change and Notes to Study File. • Meet with Monitor at monitor visits • Review and sign study clinical reports. • Delegate the above as appropriate. • Serves as a member of the Senior Management Group.
• M.D. license and DEA license
• Current M.D. Texas License or the ability to obtain one
• M.D. with patient care experience (clinical research experience)
• 5 - 10 years experience conducting clinical trails.
• Candidate must have strong clinical skills.
• Must be a clinically oriented doctor. People with internal medicine, ER, family medicine are preferred. May consider someone with a specialty in Endo or Rheumatology • At least 10 years of progressive and proven leadership responsibilities in a related business environment
COMPANY: Our client is a leader in Medical Imaging
The VP of Medical Robotics is responsible for the conception, design, analysis, testing, and documentation of systems consistent with Product Specifications for performance, unit cost, and reliability requirements within time to market constraints. Additional responsibilities include following the best practices in Design and Coding and to provide feedback to other team members in this Engineering Team. Position Responsibilities
Provides clinical and administrative leadership to ensure overall delivery of robotic services. Participates in strategic planning and technology assessment
Provides advice, counsel, feedback and coordination to promote program advancement and a collegiality between all members of the Engineering team.
Design and implement processes to ensure regulatory and standards of safety are met and followed.
Provides direction for process improvement activities, including the establishment of performance measures to attain optimal clinical, operational, financial and satisfaction outcomes.
Oversees the department budget in conjunction with corporate goals and objectives.
Masters in Engineering (PhD a plus)
15+ years experience in quality and/or reliability engineering in medical device (prototype and haptic robotics a strong plus)
Knowledgeable with all phases of the product development lifecycle including feasibility, design input creation, verification, validation and transfer to production.
Familiar with a variety of rapid prototyping techniques
Track record of releasing multiple designs to production
Able to communicate design ideas effectively to a broad range of engineering disciplines.
Experience with cost estimation, or prototype sourcing is a plus.
Proficiency in SolidWorks, Minitab, SPSS, and Relex preferred
Experience with document control software
POSITION TITLE: Director of Nursing, Emergency Department and In-Patient Pediatrics
SPECIFICATION NUMBER: 93126
LOCATION: Central, New Jersey
COMPENSATION: $140K+ Base
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: Emergency Department and In-Patient Pediatrics
REPORTS TO: Executive Director of Patient Care Services & Associate CNO
POSITION PROFILE: · Our client is a Top Tier Teaching Hospital. · Maintains the responsibility, authority and accountability for patient care administration and practice in defined areas of responsibility at client and for the creation of an environment or culture that enables client to fulfill its mission and meet or exceed its goals. · Assists the Vice President of Patient Care Services to implement the mission, vision and values, evidenced based practice, and policies of client throughout a defined area of responsibility at client. · Creates a work environment that promotes positive staff attitudes, professional autonomy, effective communication, collaboration, creativity, optimal productivity and continuous learning. · Accountable for the measurement, assessment and improvement in nurse-sensitive patient and organizational outcomes, as well as the assurance of a professional nursing practice environment in which registered nurses are autonomous, govern their practice and are empowered to provide effective, efficient, safe and compassionate quality care. Nursing Leadership Responsibilities include: Governance. Supporting the governance of client to ensure a proper framework for the safety and the delivery of quality patient care, treatment and services practiced in defined areas of responsibility at client. Accreditation and Licensure. Ensuring that all services in defined areas of responsibility at client are in accordance with applicable licensure requirements, laws, rules and regulations. Acting on reports and/or recommendations from authorized agencies as appropriate. Management. Creating an environment in a defined area of responsibility at client that enables client to fulfill its mission, vision and values. Providing for and promoting a well-managed hospital and health care system, with clear lines of responsibility and accountability. Planning, designing and providing services. Supporting the mission, vision and values of client that is reflected in long range, strategic and operational plans, resource allocations and organizational policies. Providing organization, direction and staffing for care, treatment and services in defined areas at client. Communication. Communicating objectives and coordinating efforts to integrate care, treatment and services throughout the organization. Improving safety and quality of care. Planning and implementing a safety management program for defined areas at client. Establishing plans and priorities and managing the performance improvement process for staff in defined areas at client. Use of clinical practice guidelines. Implementing clinical practice guidelines, as needed. Providing a framework for developing, implementing, reviewing and revising these guidelines in defined areas of responsibility at client.
Teaching and coaching staff. Providing a process for staff education and development. Responsibilities
Clinical: Articulates and demonstrates expert knowledge in the nursing process when providing support and guidance to the nursing staff of defined areas at client.
Develops and implements nursing policies and procedures, nursing standards of patient care, treatment and services and standards of nursing practice in defined areas of responsibility at client. Implements programs to measure assess and improve the quality of nursing care, treatment and services delivered to patients. Ensures the development, implementation and evaluation of policies, programs and services that are evidence based and consistent with professional standards and values and that all nursing policies, procedures and standards are defined, documented and accessible to the nursing staff in written or electronic format. Ensures that planning for care, treatment, and services addresses the following: the needs and expectations of patients and, as appropriate families, as well as customers and referral sources; staff needs; the scope of care, treatment and services needed by patients in a defined area of client; resources (financial and human) for providing care and support services; recruitment, retention, development and continuing education needs of all staff and data for measuring the performance of processes and outcomes of care. Ensures that patients with comparable needs receive the same standard of care, treatments and services throughout the organization. Defines the required qualifications and competence of staff and recommends a sufficient number of qualified and competent staff to provide care, treatment and services in a defined area at client. Has the authority to hire, fire, and counsel as outlined in Human Resources policies. Develops plans, manages processes and participates in performance improvement activities on defined areas of responsibility client. Allocates adequate resources for measuring, assessing and improving the hospital’s performance and improving patient safety. These include sufficient staff to conduct activities, adequate time and information systems to participate and support performance and safety improvement. Ensures that all staff in defined areas at client are trained in performance improvement and safety improvement approaches and methods. Considers clinical practice guidelines when designing or improving processes, as appropriate. Reviews clinical practice guidelines with other appropriate leaders, practitioners, and health care professionals. Approves the clinical practice guidelines selected for implementation in defined areas at client. The clinical practice guidelines should be consistent with the mission, vision and values of client and implemented through staff communication, training, implementation, feedback and evaluation. Evaluates the outcomes related to use of clinical practice guidelines and determines steps to improve processes. Leadership Provides the framework for planning, directing, coordinating, providing and improving care, treatment and services to respond to community and patient needs and improve health care outcomes. Establishes and maintains effective communication and collaborative relationships with other disciplines of the medical center and with the medical staff to establish and implement policies, to evaluate care and to resolve problems in defined areas of responsibility at client. Ensures that processes are in place for communicating relevant information throughout the organization in a timely manner. Effective communication occurs in the hospital, among the hospitals programs, among related organizations, with outside organizations and with patients and families, as appropriate. Communicates the hospitals mission and appropriate policies, plans, and goals to all staff. Provides leadership in critical thinking, problem solving, managing conflict and addressing ethical issues. Stimulates and fosters innovative development of nursing recruitment, retention and related workforce activities to maximize staff satisfaction and professional development of nursing staff. Ensure delivery of culturally-competent care. Serves as a professional role model and mentor to motivate, develop, recruit, and retain future nurse administrators. Develops and monitors an annual operating and, as appropriate, a long-term capital expenditure plan. Effectively and efficiently uses manpower, material and financial resources in accordance with the policies of client and within established budget constraints. Participates in both short term and long term planning as it relates to a defined area of responsibility at client. Recommends space and resource allocation needed by the department. Assures compliance with regulatory and professional standards as well as integrity in business practices. Participates and assumes leadership roles in hospital and system wide committees. Serve as an agent of change, assisting all staff in understanding the importance, necessity, impact, and process of change. Education Identifies and provides the resources necessary for achieving educational objectives of client. Plans for and supports the provision and coordination of patient education activities appropriate to the mission, vision and values of client. Provides an environment that promotes professional growth and development. Collaborates and participates in the orientation and continuing education programs. Assures that these programs are evaluated for effectiveness and meet documented staffing needs. Participates in, and seeks out, opportunities and activities that provide for continuing education skills development and self- improvement. Participates and assumes leadership roles in professional activities through active membership in professional associations, publications or editorial boards. Maintains personal clinical competency. Evaluation, Performance Improvement and Research
Fosters a culture of safety throughout the acute inpatient areas at client by integrating safety priorities into all relevant hospital processes, functions and services. Participates collaboratively in organization wide performance and safety improvement activities. Achieves improved patient care outcomes/processes by continuously measuring, assessing and improving the performance of a defined area of responsibility through organized performance improvement efforts. Evaluate and revise systems and processes of nursing services to ensure achievement of nurse- sensitive patient, client, or family-centered outcomes. Provide opportunities for consumer input into personal healthcare decisions and policy development. Analyzes, trends and tracks information and implements programs to address variances in medication management processes. Assures quality control programs are carried out as appropriate. Continuously evaluates core processes to improve performance in the area of operations, cost, and service. Applies research and evidenced based literature that supports development of professional practice. Supports research and its integration into nursing and the delivery of healthcare services. Participates in and fosters staff involvement in nursing research efforts. Qualifications
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, or significant related experience. Must be willing to obtain degree. Licensure & Certifications Current Licensure as Registered Professional Nurse in the State of New Jersey Certification in Nursing Administration (CAN) or Advanced Nursing Administration (CNAA) preferred. Develop a time period to obtain Healthcare Administration certificate. Experience and training Minimum 5 years of clinical practice in Emergency Department and a minimum of 5 years of progressive nursing leadership experience, preferably in academic health settings. Experience background must include clinical and administrative practice. The Director of Nursing’s practice draws on knowledge and research from areas listed below.* Skills requirements: Excellent leadership and management skills Excellent interpersonal skills Ability to communicate effectively; both verbally and non-verbally Ability to build teams and partnerships Broad critical thinking skills Negotiation, conflict resolution and problem solving skills Ability to think creatively and innovatively Ability to take initiative and delegate responsibilities Ability to assess situations and set priorities Ability to adapt to new situations Ability to work well with physician leaders Knowledge base requirements: Care management systems Marketing initiative Clinical practice guidelines and best practices Nursing research and other scholarly activities Consumer healthcare issues Organizational behavior and development Customer service Patient and employee safety regulations Data management Performance improvement Fiscal management and financial outcome Practice innovation Evidence based nursing administration Professional nursing practice Health and public policy Standards of clinical nursing practice Healthcare economics Strategic visioning and planning Healthcare evaluation and outcome measure Systems for patient safety Law, regulation and ethics Technologies Management systems, processes and analysis Trends in business practices Measurement of patient needs, outcomes, nursing workload Other: Demonstrates commitment to professional nursing practice. Membership and participation in related professional organizations is desirable. Remains current on management principles and patient care trends/models through continuing education, seminars, and professional reading. Physical stamina, manual dexterity, visual and aural acuity is necessary to perform responsibilities. Staff Size – Patient Volume – Various:
# of Direct Reports : 4-5 nurse managers plus staff Total Staff Size: approximately 200 Education level of staff: AS, BSN, MSN, certificate, OJT Nurse Accreditation: RN all # of patients seen on average per day in the Emergency Room: 104 # of Beds in the Emergency Room: 27 including fast track, not including hall beds # of beds in the Pediatric Unit: 6
POSITION TITLE: Surgical Services Executive Director SPECIFICATION NUMBER: 93138 LOCATION: Central, New Jersey COMPENSATION: $160K+
REPORTS TO: Senior Vice President of Diversified Services & Vice President of Operations JOB SUMMARY: POSITION SUMMARY: Our client is a Top Tier Teaching Hospital and the Executive Director of Surgical Services maintains the responsibility, authority and accountability for financial management, patient care administration and practice in surgical services at client and for the creation of an environment or culture that enables client to fulfill its mission and meet or exceed its goals. The Executive Director implements the mission, vision and values, evidenced based practice, and policies of client throughout the surgical services division. The Executive Director allocates available resources for the delivery of efficient and effective care, provides input into executive level decisions and keeps staff informed of executive level activities. The Executive Director of Surgical Services is responsible for the development of a work force that consistently strives to exceed stated standards and for the creation of a work environment that promotes positive staff attitudes, professional autonomy, effective communication, collaboration, creativity, optimal productivity and continuous learning. AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: Financial Management. Profit and loss responsibility for the surgical services division of client. Responsibility for control manpower, material and financial resources and participates in both short term and long term planning as it relates to a defined area of responsibility at client. Governance. Support the governance of client to ensure a proper framework for the safety and quality patient care, treatment and services practiced in defined areas of responsibility at client. Accreditation and Licensure. Ensure that all services in defined areas of responsibility at client are in accordance with applicable licensure requirements, laws, rules and regulations. Management. Create an environment that enables client to fulfill its mission, vision and values, providing for and promoting a well-managed hospital and health care system, with clear lines of responsibility and accountability. Planning, designing and providing services. Support the mission, vision and values of cleint that is reflected in long range, strategic and operational plans, resource allocations and organizational policies. Providing organization, direction and staffing for care, treatment and services in defined areas at client. Communication. Communicate objectives and coordinating efforts to improve care, treatment and services throughout the organization. Improving safety and quality of care. Plan and implement a safety management program for defined areas at client. Establishing plans, and priorities and managing the performance improvement process for staff in defined areas at client.
RESPONSIBILITIES: · Provides the framework for planning, directing, coordinating, providing and improving care, treatment and services to respond to community and patient needs and improve health care outcomes. · Establishes and maintains effective communication and collaborative relationships with members of the medical staff to grow volume, establish and implement policies, evaluate care and resolve problems. · Ensures that processes are in place for communicating relevant information throughout the organization in a timely manner. Effective communication occurs in the hospital, among the hospitals programs, among related organizations, with outside organizations and with patients and families, as appropriate. Communicates the hospitals mission and appropriate policies, plans, and goals to all staff. · Provides leadership in critical thinking, problem solving, managing conflict and addressing ethical issues. · Stimulates and fosters innovative development of staff recruitment, retention and related workforce activities to maximize staff satisfaction and professional development. · Develops and monitors an annual operating and, as appropriate, a long-term capital expenditure plan. · Effectively and efficiently utilize manpower, material and financial resources in accordance with the policies of client and within established budget constraints. · Work collaboratively with surgical departments to develop and achieve annual operating budgets. · Continuously evaluates core processes to improve performance in the area of operations, cost, and service. · Participates in both short term and long term planning as it relates to a defined area of responsibility at client. Recommends space and resource allocation needed by the department. · Assures compliance with regulatory and professional standards as well as integrity in business practices. · Participates and assumes leadership roles in hospital and system wide committees. · Identifies and provides the resources necessary for achieving educational objectives of client. · Provides an environment that promotes professional growth and development. Serves as a professional role model and mentor in leadership skills, problem solving ability, coaching guidance, risk taking behavior and interpersonal skills. · Collaborates and participates in the orientation and continuing education programs. Assures that these programs are evaluated for effectiveness and meet documented staffing needs. · Fosters a culture of safety throughout the surgical services division of client by integrating safety priorities into all relevant hospital processes, functions and services. Analyses trends, and tracks information from performance improvement and safety data and implements programs to address variances. · Participates collaboratively in organization wide performance and safety improvement activities. · Achieves improved patient care outcomes/processes by continuously measuring, assessing and improving the performance of a defined area of responsibility through organized performance improvement efforts. · Provide opportunities for consumer input into personal healthcare decisions and policy development. Promote of a culture of exceptional patient satisfaction.
DEPARTMENTS: Surgical Center Operating Room PACU/Outpatient Recovery Area AM Admission Pre-Admission Testing Cystoscopy Endoscopy Central Supply Anesthesia Pain Management DIRECT REPORTS: Director of Surgical Services Director of Nursing (Surgical Center) Manager of Anesthesia Nurse Manager of Pain Management TOTAL STAFF SIZE: 121
POSITION TITLE: Clinical Development-SVP or Chief Medical Officer SPECIFICATION NUMBER: 95221 LOCATION: Northern, New Jersey
COMPENSATION: $350K+ Base - $200K+ Sign On – 30% of Base Yearly Bonus JOB SUMMARY: Position Profile
Key Objectives – Responsibilities – Qualifications · 10+ years in the Pharmaceutical and Biotech industry · Filed an NDA for a large cardiovascular trial · Run large multicenter trials for a major blockbuster drug in cardiovascular drug treatment · Has been at some point in Big Pharma · Strong communicator and networker · Board certified US Cardiologist · An added plus would be an individual who worked with the TIMI Group (Thrombolysis in Mycocardial Infraction) which is a research group that handles large cardiovascular trials from the academic perspective · Knows the chain of command (speaking with head of Pharmacology and Regulatory Affairs) to accomplish a trail in a progressive path · Knows the industry and peers who are doing similar programs in anti-thrombotic
POSITION TITLE: Accounts Receivable Supervisor SPECIFICATION NUMBER: 10762 LOCATION: Staten Island, New York COMPENSATION: $50K SKILLS: Accounts Receivable, Provider Background, ADS a+. Implementation/Project Manager Consultant (Financial company does Accounts Receivable, Billing, Collections, Systems Implementation for Healthcare Industry)
POSITION TITLE: Medical Biller SPECIFICATION NUMBER: 10755 LOCATION: New York, New York COMPENSATION: $45K SKILLS: This position will involve assisting in third party follow-up, billing, and payment validation. Qualified candidates must have 2+ years of expertise in Inpatient Medicare and Medicaid billing. Proficient with OmniPro and SMS and knowledge of NDC Premis billing platform, Eagle & AWH is a+. Be focused on customer service and possess a high level of professionalism. Must also be willing to travel to local hospitals in the NYC metro area. EDUCATION: Associate degree or better in a related field or, 2 year's medical billing experience.
POSITION TITLE: Medical Billing Assistant Manager SPECIFICATION NUMBER: 10746 LOCATION: New York, New York COMPENSATION: $65K SKILLS: In depth knowledge of managed care processes by carrier. Working knowledge of multi specialty CPT-4 and ICD9 codes. Extensive knowledge of IDX, Microsoft Excel and Word. Excellent communication skills both written and verbal. Excellent time management and prioritization capabilities. EDUCATION: Associate degree or better in a related field or, 4 year's medical billing experience in a supervisory capacity.
POSITION TITLE: Pharmacist - Registered SPECIFICATION NUMBER: 10748 LOCATION: Staten Island, New York COMPENSATION: $85K SKILLS: Prepares and dispenses mediation order per physician request according to established laws set forth by the State Board of Pharmacy. Interprets mediation orders (verbal and written) and transcribes to computerized patient mediation profiles accurately. Maintains accurate, complete patient medication profiles. Compounds and dispenses pharmaceutical products (suppositories topicals) accurately. Monitors drug therapy regimes for contraindications, drug-drug interactions, drug-food interactions, allergies, and appropriateness of drug and dose. Provides clinical consultation and clarification to practitioners and suggests appropriate, cost-effective therapeutic alternatives as needed. Provides drug information to patients and their families. Documents all clinical activities and interventions accurately and completely on each prescription in question. Contributes to the quality and effective operation of the pharmacy. Verifies the daily activities of pharmacy technicians and properly enters and bills third party managed care plans. Organizes and prioritizes work assignments and ensure pharmacy services are provided in a timely manner. Identifies and replaces outdated and unusable drugs, maintains inventory levels, and provides for proper safeguard of mediations and controlled substances. Answers the telephone, identifying self and department. Directs call to appropriate personnel. Keeps pharmacy areas and equipment clean, neat and well organized. Performs essential duties of the Pharmacy Director in his absence. Ability to work cooperatively with staff and pharmacy personnel. Ability to handle frequent interruptions and adapt to changes in workload and work schedules. EDUCATION: Bachelors Degree (5yr program) or advanced pharmacy degree (Pharm D) from an accreditedcollege. Has no documented citations for failure to comply with State Board of Pharmacy laws, rules and regulations. Has no documented complaints or comments from patients, physicians or other source for failure to provide courteous, cooperative services. Work Experience: 5+ years in high volume retail pharmacy, general knowledge of third party and federal insurance plans, QS1 database. Working Conditions: Generally 40 plus hours a week; on-call as needed. Physical Demands: Capable of operating computer systems; preparing prescriptions for dispensing and compounding of all drugs. Mental Demands: Critical thinking skills, excellent customer service and communication skills. Equipment Operated: computer database, compounding equipment, counting dispenser. Supervision Exercised: Pharmacy Technicians, Clerks and Drivers. Other: Valid NYS License
POSITION TITLE: Practice Development / Marketing Manager SPECIFICATION NUMBER: 10740 LOCATION: New York, New York COMPENSATION: $115K Base + Commission SKILLS: Must have a presence in NY Meto area in Healthcare arena. Work experience to include Big 4 Accounting or large consulting organization. Prepare advertising/marketing brouchures and ads. Develop leads and follow up with prospective clients. Be a self starter with excellent communicative skills - oral and writing. Working knowledg of Physician Billing. Working knowledg of Hospital Finances. Worked in large Faculty Practice plan or Hospital sponsored program. Proven track record and experience in Marketing or Practice Development in related field. Ability in handling clients' issue(s) on day to day basis. Eaxily adopt to upper management role and responsibilities.
POSITION TITLE: Project Manager / Implementation Consultant SPECIFICATION NUMBER: 10775 LOCATION: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut COMPENSATION: $Hourly SKILLS: Assist in implementation of new client to include: Forms design for capturing charge data and demographic information. Cash controls. Assist in obtaining suppliers and provider applications. Assist in establishing internal controls. Work with clients in developing interfaces between systems