ASC Administrator/Director

    Published
    January 11, 2024
    Location
    Columbus, Ohio
    Job Type
    State
    Ohio
    Region
    Midwest

    Description

    ASC ADMINISTRATOR

    Columbus Area, Ohio

    Base Salary - USD $100,000 to $125,000

    Full-time

    Full Benefits

    Relocation Assistance Available

    Interview Travel Reimbursed

    The country’s largest ASC platform is currently seeking an Administrator for a accredited by the Joint Commission. White Fence Surgical Suites is a facility in which physicians have an ownership or investment interest. This facility has 2 OR’s and 1 Treatment room. Our state-of-the-art equipment allows surgeons to perform procedures in the specialty areas of Orthopedics, Spine, and Plastics.

    Job Summary

    Responsible for directing, coordinating, and controlling all aspects of the operating functions, processes, and staff of the facility while demonstrating the primary goal of efficiently providing surgical services that exceed customer expectations and improve clinical and financial operations.

    Responsibilities and Expectations

    he daily operation of the facility.

    Serving, along with any committee appointed for the purpose, as a liaison between the Governing Board, the Medical Staff, and all departments of the facility.

    Reporting the pertinent activities concerning the facility to the Governing Board at regular intervals.

    Appointing a person responsible for the facility in the absence of the Administrator.

    Planning for the services provided by the facility and the operation of the facility.

    Overall management of the Partnership as outlined in the Operating or Limited Partnership Agreement as applicable.

    Lead discussion/presentation during Monthly Operations Review call with USPI's Home Office team.

    Business Operations

     

    Deploy, monitor, and ensure that USPI's EDGETM is the foundation of the facility's operational processes and appropriately integrated within the facility's QPI program.

    Ensure compliance with USPI's policies and procedures as related to internal controls.

    Develop, monitor, and control the staffing needs, operations budget, and capital budget.

    Develop, monitor, and control the purchasing plan to stay within the proposed budget and maintain compliance with group purchasing initiatives.

    Ensure compliance with government regulatory agencies and accrediting bodies.

    Negotiate and control all external contracts, such as those with physicians, ancillary services, plant maintenance, and purchasing agreements.

    Establish pricing for procedures based on cost analysis and local market standards.

    Foster positive work relationships among all departments of the facility and act as liaison between UPSI's Home Office and all staff at the facility.

    Develop and ensure compliance with appropriate departmental policy and procedure manuals for use by the staff.

    Closely monitor variations in the financial performance of the facility to avoid cash flow problems.

    Personnel Administration

    Hold monthly staff meetings outlining goals and priorities of the facility.

    Manage exempt and non-exempt employees in accordance with the facility policies utilizing sound principles of practice and fairness.

    Review employee performance as evaluated by their respective managers, ensuring that reviews occur as scheduled or at least annually for each employee.

    Review and approve the disciplinary action and/or discharge of employees.

    Evaluate management performance and other staff as designated.

    Approve the addition or deletion of positions as well as approve applicants for employment in new or vacant positions.

    Develop employee productivity analysis, utilizing USPI's Staff Tracker, and assure efficiency of staff levels through increases or reductions in the work force as necessitated by changes in surgical case volume.

    Implements a program of job-based orientation, training, and ongoing evaluation for all employees.

    Manage all employee files and records.

    Provide educational opportunities for professional staff development. Promote the implementation of positive customer relations by the employees and physicians.

    Clinical Services

    Qualifications

    Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience.

    RN Required.

    Minimum three years of experience in a top administrative or management position in the health care field.

    Good command of the English language, both verbal and written.

    Ability to work well with physicians, employees, patients, and others.

    The Governing Board may determine other qualifications as seen fit.

    Working Conditions and Physical Requirements

    Mobility to move about the facility to supervise employees and activities.

    Office environment typical, but frequent exposures to patient care areas.

    Employment practices will not be influenced or affected by an applicant’s or employee’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status or any other legally protected status. Tenet will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardship.

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    IDEAL CANDIDATE

    Someone who is an RN is required for this position. Someone with ASC leadership experience is highly preferred. Someone who is financially savvy is also preferred. A candidate that has direct OR leadership experience in an acute care hospital setting may be considered as well.

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