As the Senior Department Administrator for Department of Surgery, and its clinical practice plan (LLC), you will direct, lead and oversee all business, educational, research, clinical and administrative operations of the department and clinical practice with full oversight and accountability for a total budget of over $42 Million, 163+ faculty & residents and 95+ staff members. The primary responsibilities and expectations include:
-Developing, establishing and communicating strategic plans, innovative initiatives and long-term goals and objectives to support the mission, vision and values of the organization in collaboration with Department Chair.
-Researching and identifying current and emerging trends to facilitate the development of innovative programs, services, and new initiatives to expand clinical, educational and research programs and services.
-Define the scope of the strategic plans working with the different divisions to establish deliverable and measurable objectives and action plans.
-Develop, implement and oversee mission area scorecards.
-Regulate and ensure continuity of established business operations processing environment to reinforce adherence to established internal control structures.
-Oversee fiscal, human resource, space and facilities management activities.
-Forecast, plan, develop, administer annual operating and capital budgets and ensure sound financial management.
-Identify opportunities to leverage and establish cross-departmental programs.
-Lead, direct and oversee negotiations and management of contracts and affiliation agreements.
-Oversee patient accounting and charge operations for the LLC to optimize billing and collections.
-Initiate, develop and foster collaboration between internal and external specialties, leadership, stakeholders and other affiliated organizations.
-Advise chair in developing compensation and productivity models to support recruitment, retention and productivity of faculty and staff.
-A minimum of 5 years' experience in a senior administrative role managing a large academic program or department in a health care setting; preferably in an academic medical center; 5 years' experience managing a medical private practice and experience in a research setting is preferred.
-Strong knowledge of accounting and budgeting principles, medical billing regulations and processes required.
-Proven supervisory and management experience.
-Commitment to recruitment, development and retention of women, underserved minorities and those with a disability status.
-Master's degree in business or health services administration or equivalent combination of education and experience required
Internal Number: 453499
About The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, located in Columbus, Ohio, is one of the largest and most diverse academic medical centers in the country and the only academic medical center in central Ohio. The Medical Center includes the College of Medicine and its School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences; the Office of Health Sciences, including the Ohio State Faculty Group Practice; various research centers, programs and institutes; The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center - Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute; and the Ohio State Health System, which includes University Hospital, East Hospital, Ohio State Harding Hospital, the Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital, Dodd Rehabilitation Hospital, the Ohio State Brain and Spine Hospital, the Ohio State Primary Care Network, and Outpatient Care multispecialty facilities.In 2018, U.S. News & World Report recognized 10 Ohio State Wexner Medical Center specialties in its "Best Hospitals" rankings, based on quality, outcomes and reputation, for the 26th consecutive year. Only 26 of the more than 4,500 hospitals in the country that were evaluated had this many ranked specialties. In additi...on, the College of Medicine ranked 30th among medical schools in the 2020 edition of "Best Graduate Schools," according to U.S. News.