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Chief Accounting Officer
Medical University of South Carolina
Charleston, South Carolina

Posted 3/14/2023


Chief Accounting Officer Medical University of South Carolina Chief Accounting Officer MUSC Health Charleston, SC MUSC Health, in Charleston, South Carolina, is seeking a dynamic leader to serve as its inaugural

This key financial leader will report to the System Chief Financial Officer and will be responsible for enhancing and maintaining the financial integrity of the health system. As the health care system of the Medical University of South Carolina, MUSC Health is dedicated to delivering the highest-quality and safest patient care while educating and training generations of outstanding healthcare providers and leaders to serve the people of South Carolina and beyond.

Patient care is provided at 15 hospitals with approximately 2,700 beds; more than 350 telehealth sites, with connectivity to patients’ homes; and nearly 1,450 care locations situated in all regions of South Carolina. In 2022, for the eighth consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report named MUSC Health the No. 1 hospital in South Carolina.

Job Description:

The CAO will develop and lead a highly engaged team responsible for delivering reliable financial services, metric driven performance improvement and compliance with all regulations and requirements affecting the financial functions of the organization.

This leader will also identify key metrics and areas for continued efficiencies and drive towards a “best-in-class” model for financial operations. Areas of oversight will include Financial Reporting, Cash, AR, Fixed Assets, Leases, Tax and Treasury.

The ideal candidate will be a Certified Public Accountant with ten or more years of demonstrated success with progressive growth in responsibilities and depth of experience.

Experience in an organization or health system with greater than $4.0 billion in top line revenue is strongly preferred.

How to Apply:

If you have an interest in this exceptional opportunity or know of others who may, please contact April Allen, Kyle Wiederhold or Courtney MacKinnon using the or by email, at:

The Candidate Portal is a secure, easy way to nominate a colleague, express interest, or apply for a position. To apply, please visit:

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Vice President – Chief Financial Officer, Hospital Enterprise

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Posted February 28, 2023


Vice President – Chief Financial Officer, Hospital Enterprise INTEGRIS Health, based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma has an excellent opportunity for a thoughtful and engaging Vice President – Chief Financial Officer (VP/CFO) for the Hospital Enterprise.

This is a great opportunity to join a talented senior leadership team with the market’s leader health system. INTEGRIS Health, based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma has partnered with WittKieffer in the search for a thoughtful and engaging finance executive to serve as the next VP/CFO for the Hospital Enterprise portion of the integrated health system. The $2.4 billion, 10,000-caregiver, not-for-profit integrated delivery system includes hospitals, rehabilitation centers, physician clinics, urgent care, imaging centers, surgery centers, virtual care, hospice, home health agencies, and its own Medicare Advantage Plan.

INTEGRIS Health operates (through both direct ownership and management contracts/joint ventures) more than 1,800 licensed beds across 17 hospitals and employs nearly 700 providers in the metro Oklahoma City and Enid area.

Job Responsibilities:

This is an exciting opportunity for a finance executive to join a humble and performance-oriented team striving to provide stellar care, access, and experience for customers across large geography in the state. Reporting to the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of INTEGRIS, Michael Weed, the VP/CFO will be a thought partner and business partner with colleagues in guiding investments for sustainability and growth for INTEGRIS Health as the largest Oklahoma-owned system in the state.

The VP/CFO of the Hospital Enterprise will drive excellence in financial performance across INTEGRIS’ Health hospitals, a network that represents a portfolio of $1.8 billion out of the system’s total revenue. This values-oriented individual will engage with leaders and caregivers with strategies that drive financial strength for INTEGRIS Health, forging the ability for the organization to provide the highest levels of care to the communities they serve.

The VP/CFO will ensure appropriate and competitive pricing for services while focusing on the optimization of coding and collections. Other areas of responsibility include financial planning and analysis that drive necessary financial decision making and developing continuous financial improvement systems.

Candidates should be well versed in contemporary financial tools, hospital financing, systems, and cost controls and should be equally versed in partnering with operations to build and execute strategic growth. This is an opportunity that will allow candidates to “think big” and challenge the status quo.


INTEGRIS Health is guided by a highly supportive Board that is sentient to the organization as a top employer that is committed to an exceptional consumer experience.

Interested parties can apply directly through the WittKieffer Candidate Portal,, or by sending resumes, nominations, and inquiries to WittKieffer consultants through the office of Crystal Hendriks via email:

All inquiries, applications and nominations will be held in the highest confidence.

To apply, visit


Your answer: Nilsen Eye Care (NEC) is a growing, two-location private Optometry practice, established for over 20 years, with seven doctors and 50 full-time employees. Our practice focuses on vision refraction assessment and treatment along with medical preventive eye care and caring for the overall health of our patients. The RCM Coordinator is a key leadership role supporting the practice with technical expertise, engaged and active leadership, and a desire for continuous process improvement.

Job Description:

The RCM Coordinator is responsible for, participates in and leads the overall strategy, optimization, and development of revenue cycle operations for Nilsen Eye Care. This position is accountable for many aspects of the revenue cycle, including the efficient and effective day-to-day operations of the Billing Staff. Essential functions of the RCM Coordinator include, but are not limited to:

  • Provides supervision, training, ongoing evaluation, and development of Billing Staff
  • Develops, adopts, and implements policies and procedures for all Revenue Cycle functions specific to locations and clients.
  • Interprets, prepares, and disseminates new insurance plan information and changes in policies to all appropriate Department of NEC.
  • Maintains and insures timely submission of all claims/orders to payers. This includes submissions by Billing Staff and contract vendors.
  • Confirms Patient Statements are sent out on a weekly basis with guidance to Billing Staff on further action, following Collection Policies and Procedures as adopted by NEC.
  • Monitors and ensures that both insurance and clearinghouse claim denials are addressed daily.
  • Ensures all payment posting and contractual adjustments are conducted timely and accurately.
  • Manages relationships with vendors ensuring timeliness of responses and quality of services.
  • Engages and interacts with the Owners and all the Providers of NEC providing governmental and insurance updates and education sessions as appropriate.
  • Ensures credentialling and recredentialling of all established and new Providers are completed in a timely manner.
  • Manages and maintains accountabilities for all accounts receivable and the follow-up activities associated with aging payer categories.
  • Produces and distributes, using Excel and the Practice Management System, relevant data which demonstrates the status and progress of adopted maintenance and improvement-based goals.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • 5 years of medical billing experience, 3 years of supervisory or management experience within the medical billing arena
  • Knowledge of medical billing and coding processes and rules
  • Healthcare Practice Management and EMR software experience
  • Experience developing RCM policies and procedures
  • Claims denial management experience.
  • Department workflow design experience with a concentration on effectiveness and efficiencies

Preferred Qualifications:

Optometry or Ophthalmology experience

Education Qualifications:

High School Diploma – College a plus

Compensation/ Benefits:

Healthcare 401K with match PTO Compensation 45K to 55K

Instructions for Resume Submission:

Please apply through our posting on Indeed



Chief Financial Officer
Valley Health
Winchester, VA

Posted January 19, 2023


Valley Health, located in Winchester, VA, seeks a progressive, collaborative finance executive to serve as the health system’s next Chief Financial Officer (CFO). The CFO role will be open due to the planned retirement of the CFO, Pete Gallagher who joined Valley Health in 2014. The CFO will serve as the key financial leader for the health system’s growth strategy, ensuring that Valley Health is achieving its short and long term financial and operational goals as the system advances its growth strategies and further modernizes its finance function.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a regional integrated health system serving 500,000 residents of northwest Virginia, the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia and southwest Maryland and that is poised for continued growth and success. Valley Health is a nonprofit health system serving the healthcare needs of people in and around a thirteen county area in Virginia and West Virginia, and the City of Winchester, Virginia. Valley Health brings together 644 licensed inpatient beds, 46 long-term care beds, more than 6,000 employees and a medical staff exceeding 500 professionals.

With approximately $1.3 billion in net revenue, 240 days cash, an A+ S&P rating stable and a Moody’s A1 stable rating, Valley Health is composed of six core hospitals: Winchester Medical Center, Warren Memorial Hospital, Shenandoah Memorial Hospital, Hampshire Memorial Hospital, Page Memorial Hospital and War Memorial Hospital, as well as a growing ambulatory footprint and physician enterprise. In 2022, Valley Health had 30,159 discharges, 149,169 ED visits and 2,425 deliveries.

Job Description:

Reporting to the President and Chief Executive Officer of Valley Health, Mark Nantz, the CFO is directly responsible for all financial operations of Valley Health. Key initiatives include overseeing the successful January 2023 conversion to Ensemble Health Partners, leading Valley Health’s revenue cycle activities; advancing additional technology-related applications and investments, including the health system moving to its own instance of Epic and advancing managed care and value-based contracting strategies. They will ensure there is financial rigor and seamless coordination of business plans and pro forma development for all growth-related activities, particularly with aspects of ambulatory activities, the physician enterprise and value-based models of reimbursement. The CFO is also responsible for growing the system’s income statement and balance sheet in addition to partnering with the Board in managing Valley Health’s approximately $650 million investment portfolio.

Required Qualifications:

The next CFO will have a proven track record of leading high-performing, growth-oriented organizations. The successful candidate will have a minimum of 10 years of experience in financial leadership within complex health systems. They will contribute broadly across Valley Health at all levels and will need to be equally comfortable presenting to the Board of Directors and operating teams. The next CFO will provide balance between operational and strategic finance and will need to have the ability to function effectively in an independent, growing health system.

Instructions for Resume Submission:

Expressions of interest and applications are welcome and can be made via the WittKieffer website here or by sending resumes, nominations, and inquiries to Paul Bohne, Rachel Polhemus or Stacy Lind, preferably via email at [email protected].

Retina Associates

Posted November 20, 2022


Retina Associates is seeking an experienced, energetic Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”) with demonstrated success in managing a clinical medical practice, with increasing complexity, a larger geographic footprint, and the demands on infrastructure and resources that growth typically drives. With a focus on increasing profitability of the practice, this leader will work closely with the practicing physicians to create new or improved management and clinical systems, never compromising the integrity of service to patients. The CEO will report to the Managing Physician of the practice and will be responsible for collaborating with the physicians to establish long-range goals, strategies, budgets, plans, and policies. S/he will oversee all functions and operations of the practice to include, but not limited to, Marketing, Finance, HR, Revenue Cycle, Legal and Clinical Operations.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Planning: Management & Operations: Marketing & Brand Building: › Work with the physicians and staff to define and articulate the practice’s mission, vision and values Lead the preparation of a strategic plan › Oversee the development of the business plan and budget that supports the strategic direction set by the physicians and leadership › Develop reporting metrics and dashboard for monitoring the ongoing success of the organization › Champion the existence of a differentiated patient experience that will enhance the Retina Associates brand and, therefore, increase patient experience and profitability of the practice

Overview: Chief Executive Officer › Promote a culture that reflects the practice’s vision, mission and values › Oversee the operation of the practice, including creation and maintenance of strong relationships with all stakeholders and employees › Create processes and develop project plans to implement the business plan approved by the physicians › Provide leadership to ensure the proper resources are available (marketing, training, recognition, and rewards) to help the Retina Associates team develop a best-in-class brand › Ensure that employees and the physicians engage proven strategies to grow the reputation of the Retina Associates brand

Required Qualifications:

The successful candidate will be an experienced leader with a minimum of 7 years of small, medical practice experience. The ideal candidate will have prior experience serving as a CEO in private healthcare practice or similar organization and have had oversight of a similarly sized organization.

Key Requirements: › A high energy individual with a quantitative mind set; results-oriented › Prior experience developing replicable systems, policies, and procedures, and practice › A trustworthy individual with high ethical standards › An independent decision maker with strong analytical ability, good judgment and detailed operational focus › Seven or more years of executive management experience; relevant background in healthcare private practice management is highly preferred › Proven experience building, mentoring, motivating and leading high performing teams and attracting and retaining top talent › Adaptability, resourcefulness and grit › Excellent written and oral communication skills

Education Qualifications:

An undergraduate degree is required; an advanced degree (MHA) is preferred.

Compensation/ Benefits:

Salary is DOE, generous benefits.

Instructions for Resume Submission:

Please e-mail Kate Flannery with Fahrenheit Advisors, if interested, at [email protected]

Posted November 11, 2022

Vice President of Patient Financial Services and Vice President of Patient Access

Carle Health System

Job Description:

Carle Health, located in Urbana, Illinois, seeks two dynamic, innovative, and metric-driven executives to serve as Vice President, Patient Access and Vice President, Patient Financial Services.   Both roles offer exceptional opportunities to have a significant impact and become a member of an innovative team at one of the nation’s most respected fully integrated health systems. Carle Health prides itself as a national leader while maintaining a central role in the community, providing an outstanding level of care with the use of clinical information technology to improve the quality and safety of care.   Carle Health is an integrated system of healthcare services, which includes a five-hospital system, multi-specialty physician groups, as well as Carle Illinois College of Medicine and the Stephens Family Clinical Research Institute. The system consists of five hospitals with 827 beds, multi-specialty physician group practices with more than 1,000 doctors and advanced practice providers, and health plans, including FirstCarolinaCare and Health Alliance.  

The Vice President, Patient Access will provide enterprise leadership for patient and customer services encompassing patient access. The successful candidate will have ten or more years of demonstrated success in progressive patient access leadership roles as part of a complex and integrated health system that includes physician groups and hospitals. Advanced certifications are required, and a Master’s degree in a relevant discipline is preferred. Experience and knowledge of clinical operations are essential, and experience and/or certification with revenue cycle in an EPIC environment are preferred.  

The Vice President, Patient Financial Services will manage and facilitate the business office’s revenue cycle and related functions. This leader will be responsible for monitoring and managing staff adherence to national and payer-specific claims processing regulations and is responsible for the oversight, optimization and day-to-day operation to ensure the department maximizes cash flow and minimizes bad debt.   Ideal candidates for both positions will be technically strong but also able to think strategically, develop a vision for the future, and be a part of building a high-caliber revenue cycle organization.  

Resume Submission:

Inquiries, nominations and applications are invited. Please direct all application materials to Sarah Zielke or Katie Mazzuckelli via the WittKieffer Candidate Portal. 

For the Vice President, Patient Access, connect to the WK candidate portal here:  

For the Vice President, Patient Financial Services role, connect to the WK candidate portal here:  

Carle values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity for all persons regardless of age, color, disability, ethnicity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other status protected by law.

Posted August 16, 2022


The Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association (VHHA) is an alliance of 110 hospitals and 25 health delivery systems that develops and advocates for sound health care policy in the Commonwealth. Its mission is to achieve excellence in both health care and health to make Virginia the healthiest state in the nation. Its vision is through collaboration with members and stakeholders, to ensure the sustainability of Virginia’s health care system, transform the delivery of care to promote lower costs and high value across the continuum of care, and to improve health for all Virginians.


The Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association is seeking candidates for a Director of Medicaid Financial Policy at our headquarters in Glen Allen, Virginia. Ideal candidates will possess a working knowledge of Medicaid policy and reimbursement procedures and an understanding of hospital finance, as well as the ability to perform in-depth review and analysis of changes in Medicaid reimbursement policy and the impact on VHHA members. The position involves interpretation of enacted or proposed legislation related to Medicaid and the provider assessments associated with Medicaid expansion.

Required Qualifications

  • This is a full-time position which requires occasional travel within the Richmond metropolitan area and the Commonwealth of Virginia. 
  • Strong analytical skills, skills in performing financial modeling and strong communication skills required. 
  • Must have advanced Excel skills. Must have excellent relationship management abilities. 

Preferred Qualifications

Knowledge of hospital reimbursement (Medicaid) preferred.

Education Qualifications

A bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration and practical work experience (minimum of 5 years) in a relevant field is required.

Compensation/ Benefits

The salary range for this position is $100,000-$150,000/year. Compensation will be commensurate with work experience. VHHA offers a competitive benefits package, a flexible telework policy, and incentive plan opportunity.

About VHHA

VHHA is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, military service or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, including lactation, political affiliation, or other basis prohibited by federal or state law relating to discrimination in employment.

It is the policy of VHHA to provide a drug-free workplace in keeping with the spirit and intent of the Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988. VHHA prohibits the manufacture, sale, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of alcohol, controlled substances, or marijuana on VHHA premises or while conducting VHHA business on or off VHHA premises.


Please submit your resume to [email protected].

Posted August 12, 2022


Contribute to the profitability and growth of Fulton Financial Corporation by building, developing and managing new and existing Health Care client relationships. Coordinate loan, deposit and fee income products and services appropriate to the needs of the client. *Open to work location in the greater Maryland/DC market 


  • Manages a large commercial portfolio with more complex and or high profile relationships. Provide annual client relationship reviews to identify additional loan, deposit or other financial service opportunities. Work with team members and Senior Management to assist with the administration and relationship management of larger relationships and commercial credits. Utilize the Bank proposal system to provide value added options to clients. Facilitate prompt, courteous and satisfactory problem resolution. Take proactive, appropriate measures to retain loan and deposit balances, when desirable. Foster a collaborative Team approach with Fulton Partners and Retail RM’s to enhance client relationships. Exemplify the delivery of a superior customer experience. Participate in joint calling efforts for existing and prospective customers with Retail Relationship Managers, Fulton Partners and Senior Management.
  • Identify, source and develop prospective customers with lending, deposit and other financial service needs. Utilize Bank proposal system to share the Fulton Financial Corporation story and showcase the bank’s products, services and employees. Identify new loan, deposit and other financial service opportunities within existing client base during regular client meetings. Ability to source a credit opportunity, negotiate mutually agreeable terms, navigate the credit underwriting and approval process, document the loan and execute the closing. Develop strategies to attract and retain high value Centers of Influence including Attorneys, Accountants, Community Leaders, Chamber of Commerce, EDC’s, Realtors, Insurance Agents, Title Companies. Create value add experiences for clients and prospective clients. Entertain clients, prospective clients and COI’s in an acceptable manner that builds rapport, trust and creditability.. Active participation in sales oriented meetings and functions with colleagues, Fulton Partners and Senior Management.
  • Ensure credit review and risk rating practices are continuous, complete and accurate.. Gather and review all required financial and related company, industry, management data to monitor ongoing credit worthiness and risk rating accuracy. Monitor management reports to address line reaffirmations, loan maturities, delinquencies, exceptions, in a timely and efficient manner. Participate in loan committees when required as a Permanent member, Alternate member or presenter. Establish action plans for troubled credits and or work with Special Assets Department to resolve problem loans in an efficient manner to protect the bank’s investment. Timely and proactive management of loan databases, Watch list reports, Asset Quality reporting as directed by Senior Management. Timely resolution to loan documentation and technical exceptions. Compliant with all regulatory and bank risk compliance matters Community Reinvestment Act, Fair Lending, Bank Secrecy Act, Regulation B, Regulation O, Regulation Z.

Required Qualifications

  • Education Bachelor Degree or the equivalent experience. 
  • Experience 7 or more years Commercial Credit Commercial Banking. 
  • 5-7 years Health Care Relationship Management or Health Care Sales experience. 

Apply Here: PI188587994

Posted August 2, 2022


Commonwealth Radiology (CR), located in Richmond, VA, specializes in Diagnostic, Interventional and Nuclear Radiology. CR provides imaging services for both inpatients and outpatients at seven local area hospitals as well as six freestanding imaging centers located throughout Central Virginia. The Business Office Manager oversees the day-to-day activities within the business office to achieve the business and financial goals of the organization. The Business Office has 40 staff including six supervisors who report directly to the Business Office Manager. Business Office responsibilities include patient billing and collection, third party payer relations and preparation / submission of insurance claims. To learn more about Commonwealth Radiology please visit

Job Description

Major Duties/Tasks:

  • Oversees the medical billing of procedures generated by 30+ radiologists in seven area hospitals and affiliated imaging centers, medical centers, and other local area contracts.
  • Recruits, orients, evaluates, and monitors on-the-job performance of business office employees. Provides counsel, and discipline for business office employees.
  • Promotes an environment that encourages optimal efficiency and staff retention.
  • Ensures organization is meeting established goals by reviewing daily, weekly, and monthly statistical reports, billing policies and procedures (e.g., charges, procedures, revenue, claims, collections, productivity, AR days)
  • Performs end of month reconciliation
  • Oversees the Supervision of the Business Office Teams
    • Ensures daily business office activities such as bank deposits, insurance claims and payments are timely and accurate.
    • Reviews monthly reports with the Supervisor of each Business Office Team; Develops goals and strategies based on reporting data
    • Ensures claims are filed timely with third-party payers and cash flow is monitored and reported appropriately
    • Ensures monthly reporting to Controller and COO
    • Works with Coding Supervisor to institute correct coding procedures to identify and resolve compliance issues.
  • Stays current on Medicare and Medicaid regulations
  • Stays current on policies and procedures for commercial payers and products
  • Communicates and maintains working relationships with insurance representatives, collection agency, physicians, and team supervisors.
  • Interacts and communicates with radiologists (statistical, audit assessment and reporting)
  • Evaluates and employs, as appropriate, the latest trends in technology to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the business office
  • Participates in professional development activities to keep current with medical billing trends and practices.
  • Assists with oversight, upgrade and repair of hardware and software for business office computer systems.
    • Electronic data interchange (Demographic/radiology report files, electronic insurance claims, paper claims, patient statements/letters, and collection accounts)
    • Computer software liaison (Clearinghouse, print mail vendor, facilities, collection agency)
    • Medical billing system support liaison (Problem solving, DLL and version upgrades)
  • Coordinates billing arrangements for outside read agreements
  • Supports Controller and COO as needed (special projects, statistical analysis, contract negotiations, fee schedule analysis)
  • Researches, organizes, and resolves major issues with insurance carriers (Federal Programs – MIPS)

Other duties as assigned Knowledge/ Skills/ Abilities:

  • Personnel management
  • Verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills, ability to meet deadlines and attention to detail
  • Ability to maintain confidential information and exercise discretion
  • Strong problem-solving and research skills
  • Skill in exercising high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion, and decision-making abilities.
  • Extensive knowledge of computer systems and practice management systems
    • Microsoft Word and Excel o Medical Billing Software including Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) functionality
  • Thorough knowledge of Federal, State and Commercial health care plans
  • Understanding of basic accounting principles


Required Qualifications

  • Minimum five years medical business office experience (i.e., medical collection and reimbursement experience) with two years as department manager or assistant department manager
  • Minimum five years’ experience supervising and directing employees

Preferred Qualifications

  • Coding certification (CPC) preferred

Education Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree


Competitive salary with EXCELLENT benefits offering

Instructions for Resume Submission

Interested candidates please submit a resume to [email protected].

Posted July 14, 2022


Under the general supervision of the Senior Director-Reimbursement and Financial Analysis, is responsible for calculations and analyses of monthly reserves entries using the Crowe RCA tool. Assists in preparation and filing of Medicare and Medicaid cost reports, therefore, must stay abreast of current governmental reimbursement regulations. Contributes to ensuring the overall continued financial success of the System in the continuous pursuit of the fulfillment of its Mission.

Duties and Responsibilities

Prepares monthly reserves estimates within the Crowe RCA software and book journal entries to the general ledger. Reconciles related balance sheet and income statement accounts. Compiles and analyzes monthly RCA net revenue reports and develops explanations of results to be communicated to the regional and corporate finance teams. Develops templates to streamline processes. Serves as an Administrator and subject matter expert of Crowe RCA software to ensure standardization of accounts receivable and net revenue accounting. Supports development of annual net revenue budgets and forecasting tool for net revenue projections. Assists in coordination, preparation, and submission of Medicare and Medicaid cost reports using data from company general ledger and patient accounting systems. Communicates with Hospital and Corporate Finance staff to collect and compile data for cost reports, State surveys, and financial audits. Stays abreast of current governmental reimbursement regulation. Assists in reimbursement-related adhoc projects and provides technical support as necessary.


Other combinations of formal education, training and experience may be considered. This is a fully remote position Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance Preferred Education: Master’s Degree Minimum Experience: 3-5 years (Reimbursement experience preferred) Min Field Of Expertise: Healthcare or business administration; Pref Cert/Registration: CPA Skills: Crowe RCA experience preferred. HFS Medicare cost report software experience preferred Excellent communication, interpersonal, managerial and computer skills; Able to work well in a team environment as a member and/or leader; Able to accept responsibility; Thorough knowledge of relevant specialty areas; Analytical and logical approach to solving problems.

Link to Officially Apply

Posted Feb 10, 2022


The Chappelle Group, LLC (TCG) is a leading provider of technology-enabled revenue cycle management services which transform and solve challenges across health systems, hospitals and physician practices. Headquartered in Maryland USA. TCG is a private organization with employees throughout the US and international locations.

Our mission is to be the one trusted partner to manage revenue, so providers and patients can focus on what matters most. Our priority is to always do what is best for our clients, patients and each other. With our proven and scalable operating model, we complement a healthcare organization’s infrastructure, quickly driving sustainable improvements to net patient revenue and cash flows while reducing operating costs and enhancing the patient experience.

Job Description:

The Senior Director of RCM Operations will lead Revenue Cycle operations for the TCG Central Business Office (CBO), leading project engagements of all size scale and complexity partnering with the VP of Client Services and Executive team to exceed project SLAs. In this role, you will also contribute to our growing organization as a thought leader helping to improve education of staff, maintain latest industry and payor information, and the TCG proprietary technology suite. TCG solution and inform our strategy. The Senior Director of Revenue Cycle Operations is also responsible for building and maintaining a high-performing team while developing the next set of leaders.

Required Qualifications:

  • Lead the TCG CBO and client projects
  • Creation of project teams, maintain project/team workflows, project implementations and transitions
  • Lead Revenue Cycle operations and continuous improvement initiatives care organizations, owning and delivering on P&L expectations
  • Participate in TCG strategy development as a thought leader and content expert sharing best practices, optimizing performance, and leading the transformation.
  • Execute and improve TCG’s operating model.
  • Act as a change agent to help establish common goals and create alliances across hospital organization to optimize success.
  • Partner with Customer Executive team to align operational objectives.
  • Serve as a thought leader for Customer CFO and Executive team
  • Own all management decisions regarding daily operations within assigned hospital(s)
  • Focus on development, performance and growth of your team.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • At least 12 years of Operational experience with at least 5 years in Hospital Revenue Cycle Management.
  • Hospital Billing, Follow-up, Cash Management and Front-end experience (5 years minimum)
  • At least 5 years of steadily advancing leadership roles and a proven track record of success.
  • Strategic vision across operational excellence in end-to-end solutions.
  • Strong and broad understanding of Revenue Cycle Operations within a Hospital setting.
  • Tenacity /Grit – This role will require getting deep into details and personally driving results in complex and challenging environments. While this work can be tedious, it is foundational to success.
  • Analytical Skills – Understanding of complex Excel and Access and/or simple SQL are a plus. More important is mathematical/analytical aptitude, ability to translate operational concepts into measurable results, and vice versa.
  • Leadership Skills – Strong communications and leadership skills, while acting as a role model and coaching team members in TCG’s core values.
  • Change Management – The ability to help counterparts through difficult transitions to a new process, workflow, or situation.
  • Interpersonal Skills – The ability to establish oneself as a peer and trusted partner for our client counterparts.
  • Motivation / Drive – Successful candidates will be the quintessential self-starter and have a desire for continuous learning. Going beyond what is asked to take on new challenges and create innovative solutions is critical to success.
  • Permanent US work authorization.

Education Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • At least 12 years of Operational experience with at least 5 years in Hospital Revenue Cycle Management.


Base Salary (competitive)

  • SLA Bonus (percent of total salary)
  • New Project Bonus (Up-sale): RCM services
  • New Project Bonus: Technology services
  • Comprehensive Medical, Dental, Vision & RX Coverage: TCG pays – 75% approx
  • Paid Time Off, Volunteer Time & Holidays
  • 401K with Company Match
  • Company-Paid Life Insurance, Short-Term Disability & Long-Term Disability
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Parental Leave

Instructions for Resume Submission:

If you have a disability and require reasonable accommodation to complete any part of the job application process, please contact us at 301.220.3255 for assistance.

To learn more, visit

Send resumes to [email protected].

Posted Jan 19, 2022


Riverside Health System is here for you when you need it most. Our team is focused on compassionate, collaborative care — designed just for you. We offer a comprehensive span of services, from birth of a child through end of life, touching more than 2 million people each year. Our care is integrated, allowing us to work together seamlessly across our network to support you in health, illness, recovery and wellness. We offer some of the most medically distinguished clinicians in the country, along with advanced technologies, in many convenient locations right where you live and work.

Job Description:

Provides enterprise-level planning, development, implementation, and management of managed care contractual relationships with payers. Facilitate constructive payer relationships, collaborate with payors and Riverside operational areas to ensure efficiency, identify issues and initiate problem resolution. Responsible for managing payer analytics readiness (integrity of modeling systems, payer trending, etc.) and financial analyses related to payer negotiations and policies. Review and negotiate contract language to ensure compliance with internal guidelines, strategic priorities, legal requirements, and sound business practices. Responsible for the development and supervision of analyst team members.

Knowledge of the commercial and governmental managed health care industry and health care revenue cycle, including fee-for-service, risk-based payment, and other value-based payment models and reimbursement is a must. Strong analytical, critical thinking, verbal and presentation skills. Ability to establish effective working relationships with internal customers and external business partners. Comprehensive financial analysis, business planning, and contract development skills.


3-5 years Experience in healthcare managed care contracting (finance, analysis, revenue cycle/billing/reimbursement preferably on the hospital/acute side) or health plan/insurance network management (Preferred)

Demonstrated expertise in advanced analytic methods/applications is essential, including proficiency in the use of database programs and Excel.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 1-3 years Supervisory experience (Preferred)
  • Masters Degree, (Preferred)

Education Qualifications:

  • Bachelors Degree, Business/Finance/Accounting or related (Required)
  • Masters Degree, (Preferred)


Full benefits and competitive compensation package.

Instructions for Resume Submission:

Please apply officially via the link below or contact:

Michael Ryan
Recruitment Specialist
[email protected]


Ballad Health is partnered with WittKieffer in the search of two (2) Market Chief Financial Officer (Market CFO) positions within this exceptional health system. Due to internal promotion, the Southern Market CFO position is open. The Northwest Market CFO position is also open. These are two amazing Markets, each with exceptional leadership teams. The Southern Market CFO will be based in/around Johnson City, TN while the NW Market CFO will be based in/around Kingsport, TN. Each market is anchored by a large, complex tertiary hospital and has additional smaller facilities complimenting and serving the large markets.

Job Description:

This is a terrific opportunity for an executive who leads with heart and compassion and who has the gift of inspiring teams to work together for a common good. Ballad Health serves deeply rooted communities that deserve a leader who is visible, nurturing and collaborative.

Ballad Health is seeking an operationally minded finance leader who is committed to partnering with clinical teams to ensure strong labor management and case management. Experience leading labor management and utilization management will preferred.

The Market CFO will work in a high matrix health system environment, with the majority of finance functions served by corporate shared services (i.e. Accounting, FP&A, etc…). Revenue Cycle within the Ballad system is fully outsourced and working well currently.

The Market CFO will have the opportunity to work side by side with Market leadership in ensuring strong financial acumen amongst the team(s) and to help build pro formas and financial planning related to capital allocation requests. The Market CFO will be a steward and leader related to capital projects within the market and also will be a strong partner working with the Ballad Health Foundation on distribution of funds.

Reporting to the respective Market Presidents, each Market CFO will have a strong reporting relationship to the system Financial leadership team as well and will be expected to be a consummate team player across the system.

Required Qualifications:

This leader will bring depth of experience within a high-performing, high-volume complex delivery system, who appreciates working through matrix working relationships to deliver the best care. The successful candidate will have had broad executive leadership experience within a high performing regional referral center. They will also have well-established strategic, operational, management, communication and interpersonal skills along with a genuine passion for patient care. Ideally, the candidate would have experience leading multiple sites and working closely with academic partners and rural communities in a system setting.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of ten years of progressive financial leadership in a healthcare setting; a Master’s degree is required. The Market CFO must have experience successfully developing a culture of performance excellence and possess an open and collaborative leadership style. The Market CFO who will best succeed, is one who gets personal fulfillment from the visible achievement of clear objectives – and maintains those objectives over time.

Instructions for Resume Submission:

Confidential inquiries, nominations and expressions of interest can be submitted to the WittKieffer Candidate Portal. For additional questions, please contact the consultants supporting this search, Daniel Young through the office of Taeler Kaufmann, preferably via email at [email protected] or (630)-575-6157.

We have been engaged to conduct the search for a Vice President Finance, for our client, a multi-billion-dollar healthcare system that includes a 500+ bed tertiary academic medical center, a physician organization, a health insurance plan and an accountable care organization and affiliation with a network of community health centers, based in Boston, MA.

Compensation will be based on background, experience and achievement. Salary range is up to $340,000 with a 20% bonus potential (can earn up to 150% of this bonus).

Excellent benefit package provided and strong relocation package is available as appropriate.

The VP Finance will be expected to work on-site at least 2 or 3 days per week.

Job Description:

Reporting to the System CFO, the VP of Finance is responsible for the Medical Center’s financial planning and decision support management strategy. This includes:

  • Defining and tracking key performance indicators, and building analytical frameworks for making financial and operating decisions that will support and enable the Medical Center’s financial stability.
  • Leading financial planning, strategic planning, and business analytics to ensure departmental integration with key Medical Center and System operations, such as Ambulatory Operations, Supply Chain and Human Resources.
  • Establishing improved processes in the service delivery of financial services to the organization.
  • Developing and implementing decision support tools and finance reporting that assists cross-functional business leaders in making sound financial decisions and future plans.
  • Working collaboratively with key internal and external stakeholders in the Finance Leadership team, including the Medical Group CFO and the Health Plan CFO, and the System Treasurer to coordinate delivery system goals.

The VP of Finance also plays a coordinating role for the System for the following functions:

  • Financial Planning
  • Decision Support
  • Annual Operating Budgets
  • Multi-year financial projections and plans

The VP of Finance will have two direct reports, including the Director of Financial Planning & Analysis and Director of Decision Support.

The VP Finance will:

  • Proactively organize personnel and systems to support the rapid changes in healthcare finance being organized around population9 Health management, including ACOs and clinical integration.
  • Advise the SVP/CFO and hospital executives on financial matters, such as long-range planning, budgeting, business operations, etc.
  • Provide oversight for centralized functions: Budgeting and Decision Support.
  • Ensure decision support systems adequately frame Financial Planning to identify areas of opportunity or threat and to support the operations and planning functions.
  • Improve the capital planning process, working with the Corporate Treasurer.
  • Improve the cost effectiveness of the Medical Center.
  • Review, interpret and analyze financial and statistical data for the SVP/CFO.
  • Participate in financial planning with management on proposed programs and projects, including the analysis of equipment purchases, lease arrangements, construction of facilities, and pro forma program operations.
  • Develop systems, reports and processes to ensure accurate and timely revenue reporting and management. Ensure timely escalation and issues resolution.
  • Collaborate with the VP of Revenue Cycle to determine how the individual rate increases should be distributed across the various departments to maximize the bottom-line impact.
  • Direct the preparation of net revenue for budgeting and monthly financial statement reporting.
  • Establish a reputation as a knowledgeable and respected leader of the finance team, someone to whom they can turn for information and professional development. Act as a mentor to their direct reports and take an active role in their development.
  • Demonstrate to the other members of the leadership team that they are a genuine team player.
  • Assess and implement financial planning and decision support processes and systems that will deliver valuable business insights in a timely manner.
  • Develop cross-functional processes that improve the efficiency and timeliness of financial reporting.
  • Streamline and lead the budget and forecasting process.
  • Responsible for all budget-related presentations for the board; effectively communicate and present critical financial matters at select board of directors and committee meeting.
  • Promote a culture of high performance and continuous improvement.
  • Plan, coordinate, and execute the annual budget process.
  • Provide analytical support to the Medical Center’s leadership team including the development of internal management reporting capabilities.
  • Other duties as assigned.

The Confidential Search Company is an executive recruiting firm that specializes in the placement of healthcare financial executives, VPs, directors, Managers and Specialists.

All inquiries will be treated confidentially.

For more information about this exciting opportunity please contact:

Matthew O’Brien
The Confidential Search Company
[email protected]

Required Qualifications:

Professional Experience / Qualifications

  • 10+ years of finance, operations, and/or business information systems experience with at least 5 years in an academic medical center or multi-hospital health system.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business or Finance required. MBA or Master’s preferred.
  • Strong technical knowledge and skills in a range of financial disciplines including financial and strategic planning, decision support and budgeting, and multi-year financial forecasting and plans.
  • Experience developing and executing long-term financial strategy.
  • Proven track record of success facilitating progressive organizational change and development.
  • Ability to design and implement new strategies and processes.
  • Superb analytical, strategic, and critical thinking skills.
  • Strong prioritization and problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills. Ability to partner effectively with the executive team and cross-functional leaders throughout the company and communicate thoughtfully to diverse stakeholders, including the board and external parties.
  • Ability to remain flexible in a fast-paced environment.
  • Demonstrated commitment, self-motivation, and drive.
  • Strong mentoring / coaching experience to a team of diverse levels of expertise.
  • Ability to operate as an effective tactical as well as strategic thinker.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience directing Decision Support, Financial Planning & Analysis, Budgeting, Multi-year forecasting and special projects in an academic medical center.
  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills with experience supporting the business and operations units in an academic medical center.

Education Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business or Finance required. MBA or Master’s preferred.


  • Compensation will be based on background, experience and achievement. Salary range is up to $340,000 with a 20% bonus potential (can earn up to 150% of this bonus).
  • Excellent benefits package provided and strong relocation package is available as appropriate.

Instructions for Resume Submission:

The Confidential Search Company is an executive recruiting firm that specializes in the placement of healthcare financial executives, VPs, directors, Managers and Specialists.

All inquiries will be treated confidentially.

For more information about this exciting opportunity please contact:

Matthew O’Brien
The Confidential Search Company
[email protected]


This busy and growing medical practice management company in Roanoke, VA is looking for a highly-organized, experienced and conscientious Accountant to join its Accounting Team. We are a medium-sized business consisting of top-producing friendly and positive people. Our senior management and staff have extensive experience in medical practice management, billing and accounting. Each accountant is assigned to specific medical practices for which he/she is the primary contact and is responsible for recording and reconciling accounting data as well as coordinating payroll, financial reporting and more. The successful candidate must have the ability to efficiently manage workload and prioritize tasks to ensure that all deadlines are met. This is an excellent opportunity for a self-starter who would enjoy managing the accounting of specific clients; our firm offers opportunity for career growth and development for successful candidates.

Job Description:

  • Common accounting tasks include, but not limited to: processing payroll, paying bills, entering financial transactions, reconciling bank and credit card statements and organizing client records.
  • Filing business license, personal property taxes, 1099’s and W2’s.
  • Use CS Accounting software to manage client accounting records.
  • Perform data entry and scan documents.
  • Prepare and modify documents including correspondence, reports, drafts, memos, and emails.
  • Prepare and disburse payments to vendors.
  • Post transactions involving cash receipts, disbursements, and/or accounts payable and receivable to ledger accounts.
  • Assist in the preparation of financial statements and bank reconciliations as needed.
  • Verify computations and determine the appropriateness of supporting documentation.

Required Qualifications:

  • High school diploma, college degree preferred
  • Prior accounting experience, 3-5 years preferred
  • Medical practice experience preferred


  • Salary range: $52,000 – $55,000
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • 401(k)

Instructions for Resume Submission:

Please forward your resume to [email protected].

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