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The Nebraska Chapter of HFMA strives to help our members and their organizations communicate job opportunities available.  If your organization would like to post a healthcare financial position opening, please use the Contact Us link.  The current open positions are: 

Associate Vice President and Chief Financial Officer - University of Iowa Health Care (UI Health Care)
This is an unparalleled opportunity for an executive with a desire to lead a prestigious team of financial professionals and serve as an integral leader of UI Health Care during this time of transformative change across the healthcare industry. The new leader will be part of a system that educates health professionals and scientists and provides leading-edge patient care, community service and ground-breaking research for the citizens of the State of Iowa and the world.  AVP/CFO-UI Healthcare

President/CEO at Clarinda Regional Health Center - Clarinda, IA
Reporting to Clarinda Regional Health Center’s Board of Directors (CRHC) and Vice President of Health System Services, Bryan Health, the President/Chief Executive Officer of CRHC directs all functions of the health center in keeping with the overall policies established by the Governing Board and in compliance with regulatory guidelines in order that the strategic objectives of the institution can be attained. ClarindaHealth-CEO.docx 

Vice President, Finance - BayCare Health System - Clearwater, FL
The VP Finance will be a proven health system finance leader. She/he will have had prior experience within a multi-site operation and managed/mentored a high-performing team of accomplished finance professionals. icon VP-Finance- BayCare Health System 

System Director Finance & Accounting at BayCare Health System - Clearwater, FL
Tired of the cold winter weather?  BayCare Health System in sunny Clearwater, Florida is seeking to find a strong financial leader to oversee their centralized finance & accounting for their $4B health system consisting of 14 hospitals, medical group and ancillary services. BayCare.doc

Controller - Harlan County Health System- Alma, NE
The Controller is responsible for the maintenance of financial records, payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, internal and external financial reporting, and regulatory compliance. The controller oversees the A/P, GL, payroll, patient registration and business office clerks, as well as Financial Counseling. The Controller completes Month End Financial Statements, Adjusting & Closing Entries, Audit Prep and Leases. icon Controller

Acute PFS Manager - RevWorks As a member of the Patient Financial Services leadership team within RevWorks, you will oversee and manage daily operations of patient financial service associates. In the Acute PFS Manager role success is driven by setting and enforcing operational policies, procedures, and guidelines. Your role is vital to client satisfaction driving key activities by maintaining effective communication with clients, insurance carriers, and other partners to resolve issues that impede cash flows and detract from patient or client satisfaction. icon Acute_PFS_Manager

Finance Director - Nebraska Health Care Association
The Nebraska Health Care Association seeks a collaborative and organized individual to manage all company accounting, finance and reporting functions. Responsibilities include coordinating, analyzing and/or reporting of budgets, payroll, accounts payable and receivable, daily cash balances, audits, financial statements, and financial data and pricing. The ideal candidate will be able to effectively communicate complex information to a range of audiences, as well as identify and implement opportunities for efficiencies.  icon NHCA-finance 

Vice President, Finance - Abbott Northwestern Hospital - Allina Health - Minneapolis, Minnesota

Cejka Executive Search and Allina Health seek an accomplished healthcare finance executive to serve as the Vice President, Finance (Chief Financial Officer) for Allina Health's largest hospital, Abbott Northwestern Hospital. icon Abbott_Northwestern

Senior Vice President and CFO - North Kansas City Hospital (NKCH) - North Kansas City, Missouri
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Revenue Cycle Director - Thayer County Health Services - Hebron
Internal and External candidates may apply at thayercountyhealth.com - click on Careers
icon Revenue_Cycle_Director. This position is responsible for strategic alignment, management, and daily oversight of the organization's revenue cycle functions including patient access, patient billing (including claims production), health information management (including coding), insurance follow-up, self-pay collections, cash receipts/adjustments (including administrative, bad debts, and charity care), compliance with third party payer regulations, insurance verification and provider enrollment/credentialing.

VP of Divisional Finance - CHI Health - Omaha, NE
To be part of a dynamic health system that is on the forefront of value-based care and payment reform in the Midwest. This financial leader will have the opportunity to be innovative in setting and operationalizing strategy while developing a team that reports to them. They will influence the financial planning of 15 hospitals in the region, and gain high visibility across the CHI national health system leadership team. The right person in this role has the opportunity to advance quickly to a system-wide C suite role in few years. There is also a very aggressive compensation package associated with this position. 

Deputy Director, Finance and Program Integrity
There is now an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated and energetic individual to join the executive leadership team at Nebraska Medicaid to help lead and sustain this transformation by overseeing the Division's financial and program integrity operations, including budget and planning, rates and reimbursement, managed care finance, program financial and operational analyses, provider enrollment, and fraud detection and prevention activities. This position provides a powerful opportunity to:

- Be a leader in state government
- Play a central role in the modernization of Nebraska’s Medicaid program
- Gain state and national exposure in the field of healthcare, managed care, and finance
- Apply financial and leadership skills to help manage over $2 billion in annual spending 

Financial and Business Operations Administrator
This position performs highly responsible professional work facilitating the Division's financial and business activities including business operations, budgeting, rates and reimbursement, forecasting, contractor financial performance analysis, and other financial management analyses. The position reports to and works closely with the Deputy Director of Finance and Program Integrity, and ensures compliance with appropriate legislative, regulatory, accounting, and auditing standards.  

Chief Financial Officer
Morton General Hospital is a progressive 25-bed Critical Access Hospital located in Morton, Oregon. We boast of a new, modern facility with emergency physicians on site 24 hours a day, a modern imaging department, general surgery, outpatient clinic area, physical therapy and a fully-equipped emergency department. Our mission is to provide our highest level of compassionate, diligent and professional medical care. Morton is located 40 miles east of Chehalis, midway between Seattle and Portland. Wood products is a major industry, with 2 mills operating in Morton. Morton is located on Scenic Highway 12, which winds over White Pass. Two large lakes, Riffe and Mayfield, are close, as well as many others: fishing, camping, hiking, and boating opportunities.

Description
As a member of the Hospital’s senior leadership team, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will participate in operational decision-making processes necessary for the successful attainment of the hospital’s mission in addition to maintaining an awareness of changes in healthcare matters that could have an impact on the success of the hospital. 

Education
Bachelor’s degree in Finance or related field from an accredited institution is required.

 Experience/Skills

  • Experience in a financial management position or CFO in healthcare or Critical Access Hospital.
  • Must have knowledge of technical and professional skills to include management, general principles of human resources management, labor relations and hospital economics.
  • Must ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements of areas of responsibility.
  • Minimum 3 years progressive experience in healthcare or related field.
  • Must be proficient in written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must have proven ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with physicians, hospital staff and community. Ability to maintain confidential information concerning personal, financial, or medical matters.

    Send cover letter and resume to Att:  Shannon Kelly, PO Box 1138, Morton, WA  98356 or fax to 360-496-2316 or email to Shannon at skelly@mortongeneral.org  or call 1-360-496-3531.  
     

Budget Accountant
Faith Regional Health Services in Norfolk
Job Summary: Primary accountability for organizational budget creation and cost resource for FRHS management team. Maintain budgeting system, decision support system, cost accounting data and Action O-I benchmarking module. Assist in month-end closing process. View the job description:   icon Budget_Accountant 

Vice President of Revenue Management
Sanford Health, a $4 billion integrated health system and the largest employer in the Dakotas with 43 hospitals and nearly 250 clinics, is seeking a Vice President of Revenue Management to oversee the entire revenue management process. Located in Sioux Falls, SD or Fargo, ND the Vice President will be responsible to ensure maximization and revenue and cash flow while maintaining the highest levels of patient, physician, employee and other customer relations.

Specific areas of responsibility include the standardization of policies and procedures; enhancement of workflows with a focus on automation and efficiency; oversight of applications and process training; and monitoring of revenue cycle key performance indicators across the entire spectrum. The Vice President, Revenue Management will be responsible for providing leadership in the ongoing development, implementation and overall management of Sanford Health Patient Financial Services, Admissions, Patient Registration, Patient Access, Health Information, Management and Coding operations.

The City of Sioux Falls is one of the fastest growing areas in the Midwest, currently totaling over 180,000 in the greater Sioux Falls area. Sioux Falls, the largest city in the state, balances an excellent quality of life, a strong economy, and a safe, clean living environment. The cost of living is competitive with other leading cities in the region and South Dakota has no state income tax. Sioux Falls offers all the amenities of a community twice its size such as fine dining, shopping, arts, sports, and nightlife. South Dakota is known for its world-class hunting and fishing along with national parks and a wide variety of landscapes to enjoy through its four seasons.

The City of Fargo is located in Cass County, North Dakota, along the Red River of the North which forms the border between Minnesota and North Dakota. An estimated 112,000 people live in Fargo. It is the largest community in the Fargo-Moorhead metropolitan area. Fargo is a thriving community of friendly people that serves te area as a transportation, medical, education, retail, wholesale, industrial and agricultural marketing center.

Requirements include:

  • A minimum of 7 years of experience in facility and professional revenue cycle operations with at least 5 years of experience in a leadership role. Managing revenue cycle operations through a system conversion is strongly preferred.
  • An undergraduate degree with concentration in business administration, finance or accounting is required and a Master’s degree is preferred.
  • Demonstrated extensive knowledge of third-party and insurance company operating procedures, regulations and billing requirements, and government reimbursement programs.
  • At least 3 years of experience managing admissions, patient registration, time of service collections and charge entry functions in an enterprise setting.
  • Excellent command of medical information systems for registration, scheduling, billing and accounts receivable, reporting applications, medical terminology, and coding.
  • Must possess superior communication skills, demonstrate the ability to work in a team environment, and be able to effectively integrate front and back-end work processes and personnel toward a common goal.

To learn more about this leadership opportunity at Sanford and to apply on-line, please visit www.sanfordhealth.org/careers and refer to job number 231935.