The Chief Operating Officer (COO) is responsible for coordinating and supervising the pension programs, compliance programs, risk management, billing functions, administrative functions, and services provided by Clin-Path Associates (CPA), Clin-Path Diagnostics (CPD), Pathology Billing Services (PBS), and Pathology Specialists of Arizona (PSA). to assure the success of corporate goals for the group. This role will function as an integral part of the leadership team and will oversee operational functions of the medical group by working under the direction of the President/CEO, PSA, and CPA executive committees, the Chief Operating Officer is responsible for building effective relationships and supporting company goals and initiatives. This role will be focused on maximizing the quality and efficiency of daily operations and directing the company’s strategic growth plan. Effective communication methods and the ability to work with all levels of the company employees is needed to evaluate, modify, and develop business processes while enhancing and improving daily operations.
Strategic Planning and Operations
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS, CPA:
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS, PSA:
PHYSICAL/MENTAL/VISUAL DEMANDS, ENVIRONMENT:
Excellent communication (verbal & written); analytical and supervisory skills, ability to function in a high-stress environment; deadlines, and organizational skills. Must be alert and energetic with constant monitoring of workflow. Great mental demands and extreme attention to detail are required in the completion of activities. No unusual physical or visual demands. Majority of time is spent at a workstation using a computer and telephone. Routine work encompasses visual and keyboard stresses. Some lifting/bending but not over 30 lbs. unassisted. Will work at a computer station and use the telephone 90% of the time. All CPA/PSA safety policies and practices are to be followed and are a condition of employment.
Personal Computer, scanner, calculator, fax, telephone.
Interfaces with Managed Care Leaders as necessary. Interfaces with lawyers, accountants, and other specialists as necessary to support the mission.
SCOPE AND COMPLEXITY:
The position requires the ability to work closely with a variety of personnel including pathologists, executives, managers, supervisors, staff, and external individuals, e.g. auditors, consultants, and hospital personnel.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Patient data is confidential and privileged information. Employees and all information are confidential, which includes but is not limited to, financial and personal information; company business plans, and processes. This information should only be provided given to individuals who have a legitimate business reason to possess it.
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