The Clinic Administrator holds a senior administrative position responsible for coordinating and monitoring health care service delivery, quality assurance, utilization review, staff coverage, medical record keeping, problem solving and medical/administrative interface functions for the Care for the Homeless’ Diagnostic and Treatment Center (Article 28) and Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). The position requires health care and management experience in a multi-service, community-based treatment facility.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Understand and be committed and able to advance the Mission of Care for the Homeless.
Develop and supervise health care services in a freestanding Article 28 facility and satellite facilities;
Coordinate work schedules of all clinic staff;
Be responsible for orientation, training, supervision and evaluation of Center’s staff;
Ensure Article 28 and FQHC compliance with all applicable regulations and requirements, including (but not limited to):
Ensuring that CFH is in compliance with HRSA policies and requirements for 330(h), Ryan White Part C, and any other future federal funding streams, including reporting requirements.
Maintaining good communication with our federal project officers, and monitoring communication from, and developments with, our federal funders.
Ensuring that all facilities and equipment are safe and compliant with all applicable regulations;
Developing and implementing policies and procedures written in accordance with prevailing standards of professional practice, governing all aspects of the agency’s provision of health care services.
Ensuring the Center's policies and procedures are available to all center personnel and are reviewed at least annually and revised as necessary.
Overseeing the credentialing of all heath care personnel.
Coordinate Article 28 and HRSA health projects and sustain ongoing productive relationships with sites referring patients and sites to which they are referred;
Provide or coordinate in-service staff development programs/training seminars on a regular schedule. These are to include Policy and Procedures reviews and the review of other matters of importance to the efficient operation of the center
In conjunction with the CMO/Medical Director, maintain a robust CQI process for the agency, reporting to the Board of Directors CQI Committee;
Provide day-to-day supervision / clinical and administrative direction to support staff within the Center;
Ensure timely completion of the coding of clinic visits;
In conjunction with the CMO/Medical Director, plan for and conduct regular meetings with the Center’s professional and support staff;
Prepare reports and other documentation requested by regulatory agencies, the CMO/Medical Director, Executive Director and funders
Oversee submission of, modifying, and monitoring, Certificate of Need applications to the NYS Department of Health, working with consultants, as needed;
Oversee a precepting and education program for students studying to be healthcare professionals, and
Perform other functions as assigned by the CMO/Medical Director or the Executive Director.
Advanced degree in human services field from an accredited professional school and three years experience working in an ambulatory health care facility;
Strong organizational and interpersonal skills and leadership qualities;
Knowledge of health care planning and administration within an ambulatory health setting serving a multi-problem clientele;
Ability to supervise diverse staff of professionals and paraprofessionals in a multi service setting;
Ability to represent the organization in community forums and educational seminars;
Good oral and written communication skills;
Ability to handle confidential issues with discretion;
Only one submission of your resume is required. Please do not send multiple submissions. Please send cover letter with resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject heading should be the position you're applying for. Electronic submissions must be in Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) or PDF format.