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Office Manager
Summit, NJ

Office Manager for six-physician oncology practice located in Summit, NJ.    Responsible, mature candidate with significant medical office management experience.  B.A.or B.S. preferred.       Responsibilities include overseeing all office operations to maximize efficiency and maintain quality patient experience;   physician advocate and intermediary between aligned hospital system and corporate entity, as well as outside professionals; ability to develop growth strategy for the practice.    Flexible, part time. Excellent salary and many benefits.     Email resume:  tdyer@mdapa.

Posted 6/23/17

Medical Administrator/Office Manager
Central NJ

Busy gastroenterology practice is seeking a Medical Administrator/Office Manager with strong leadership and people skills.  Our current manager is retiring after 10 years of superior service and dedication. Responsibilities include managing 11 staff members at our 2 offices, overseeing our pathology lab and billing for anesthesia services.

Applicant is required to have a knowledge of electronic health records, different health care plans, and medical billing.

The ideal candidate needs to be adaptable to all the changes in medicine, provide innovative ideas, and possess a desire to help grow the success of our practice. Competitive salary and compensation package commensurate with experience. If interested, please contact us at

Posted 6/1/17

Senior Accounts Receivable Specialist

The Robert Wood Johnson Physician Enterprise (RWJPE) in Somerset, New Jersey is multi-specialty; multi-site organization associated with the RWJ Barnabas Health System and is committed to delivering the highest quality healthcare in central New Jersey. There are currently over 120 providers practicing at over 45 sites and is continuing to grow.

Robert Wood Johnson Physician Enterprise is looking for a full-time Senior Accounts Receivable Specialist.  The Senior AR Specialist is responsible for overseeing the follow up of outstanding A/R and resolution of denials for all payers. As such, the responsibilities include effective research and resolution of AR work queues and handling of all insurance related correspondence or patient accounts is required to maximize reimbursements.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Group leader of the Accounts Receivable team ; acting Manager of Accounts Receivable in     
    their absence; leads the training and answers questions of account receivable staff
  • Identify trends related to denials, coding and delinquent claims and communicate effectively with Manager, Accounts Receivable for feedback to the practice
  • Conduct payment follow-up activities on outstanding insurance accounts
  • Work rejections daily and distribute to the appropriate department if necessary
  • Communicates effectively with office staff regarding patient demographics and charge entry procedures to assure efficient capture of revenue for all services rendered
  • Maintains confidentiality and ensures compliance with HIPAA Policies and Procedures.
  • Maintains relationships with insurance companies

Education and Experience:

  • Associate's Degree in accounting, business administration or equivalent area of study, preferred; High School Diploma or GED required
  • Minimum of 3 years of general accounting experience in healthcare setting required; A/R experience and excellent understanding of the revenue cycle process required
  • Previous experience with Medicare, Medical Assistance, and insurance billing required

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of current CMS regulations and Medicare guidelines
  • Knowledge of medical coding beneficial but not required
  • Strong oral and written skills to effectively communicate with all patients staff, managers and physicians
  • Ability to prioritize and multi-task
  • Attention to accuracy and detail
  • Knowledge and proficiency with Microsoft Word and Outlook is required

RWJPE offers a competitive and comprehensive benefit package that includes medical, dental, vision, life, LTD, STD, PTO, and 401k.  

Equal Employment Opportunity

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Posted 5/25/17

Corporate Director, Business Development

Axia Women's Health is the largest Women's Health Care Group in the United States, comprised of over 275 providers, 100 patient care centers, 4 breast health centers, 2 perinatal testing centers, and 2 central laboratories offering a full spectrum of exceptional care in Obstetrics, Gynecology, Fertility, Maternal Fetal Medicine, and Laboratory Services.  Our corporate headquarters is in Voorhees, New Jersey and we are currently recruiting a Corporate Director of Business Development-Ancillary Services to join us in our Voorhees location.

The person hired will function as the internal leader focused on organic growth program management, also acting as the main point of contact for new practices/groups joining the Axia network.  This role will manage our pipeline of targets and will work with executive teams on all partnership opportunities.  Other job duties include but are not limited to: 

  • Partner in the identification of, through the physicians and their care centers, what ancillaries are needed and could support an investment of time and resources into a denovo ancillary site.
  • Works to develop ancillary services according to a well-developed and documented plan, supported by a cross functional planning and development team including finance, operations and information technology.
    • Influencing physician behavior / working with physicians in care centers to refer services to internal ancillaries (lab, imaging, fertility, mammography)
    • Spearheads the M&A process to help identify and evaluate potential candidates to join through acquisition and merger with Axia Women’s Health. 
    • Continue to evaluate large and small group targets and develop a pipeline that will be reported upon periodically to the Board on a continuous basis to management. 
    • Assist in formalizing the process used to analyze the financials and operations of the potential candidate and use an outside accountant to verify rates of the target and a comparative valuation against Axia’s payer rates. 
    • Lead the strategic discussions on the merger and acquisitions opportunities and coordinate with the management team to prioritize deal structure and timing. 

Qualified candidates will have experience building, managing and rolling out ancillary business lines in hospitals, physician groups, or similar organizations.  A minimum of 7 years of related business experience in healthcare corporate development roles or an equivalent of the experience is acceptable. 

We offer an excellent compensation package, which includes full benefits, such as health/dental coverage, holiday/vacation, and 401(k). For immediate consideration, email your resume to

Posted 5/22/17


Position Summary: The Controller will provide management reporting, analysis, and support to the executive leadership of ID CARE and will enhance, maintain, and support the day-to-day financial operations. The Controller will have hands-on functional responsibility over accounting and financial reporting, financial analysis and management reporting, cash and capital management, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and the financial aspects of grants and research. The Controller will also provide oversight for the accounting services provided to related companies and work closely with outside advisors. The Controller will work closely with department leaders and their staffs, not only to educate regarding financial operations and accounting procedures, but also to explore how the finance / accounting function can support department operations.

Experience: Must have five years of progressive healthcare financial and accounting experience supporting physician practices. Experience supporting executive level management decisions. Proven ability to create complex spreadsheets, dashboards and maintain databases. Must have analytical skills to convert data to action plans. Proficiency with computerized accounting systems. Practice uses Sage 100.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in finance or accounting required. CPA and / or advanced degree preferred.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package including health insurance, profit sharing and 401k retirement plans, and paid time off.

Please send resume and cover letter to

Posted 5/22/17


Business Analyst I

General Summary: 
The Business Analyst I position performs activities related to the development, maintenance, analysis of operational and statistical data used by management. The Business Analyst I participates in annual budget development and strategic planning initiatives. The Business Analyst I provides support and recommendations to on site the Practice Administrator assisting with the oversight of daily operations.


Duties and Responsibilities:
Provides administrative support including, but not limited to, the following:


  • Regular and ad-hoc reporting of operational and statistical financial information
  • Development of new reports of modification of existing reports to support client needs
  • Trend identification and impact analysis
  • Participation in business meeting presentation preparation and delivery to leadership
  • Assistance in periodic financial planning and forecasting
  • Provide support and recommendations to on site Practice Administrator, regarding aspects of operations and service delivery
  • Spends time at clinical site on a regular basis
  • Process practice site payroll
  • Performs special projects as required


Other related responsibilities:


  • Discreet handling of confidential information
  • Any other duties as assigned in scope of role


Education and Experience:


1. Bachelors of Science Degree in Business Administration, Finance, or a combination of education and work experience


2. Minimum one to two years of experience in the healthcare industry preferred


3. Proficient in Microsoft Office with intermediate skills in Excel and PowerPoint required


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:


  • Strong written communication skills and the ability to communicate clearly and effectively
  • Exhibits strong analytical and problem solving skills including attention to detail with the ability to interpret data as well as formulate sound decisions
  • Strong organizational, time management, planning, and prioritization skills
  • Ability to work creatively and flexibly, both independently and as part of a team
  • Ability to perform tasks and achieve results and consistently meet deadlines


Equal Employment Opportunity

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Posted 5/19/17


Practice Management Consultant

Exciting Opportunity
Conventus, one of the largest medical professional liability insurers in NJ, is seeking a Practice Management Consultant to strengthen and expand its high performance practice management team. Healthcare is rapidly changing, and the shift from fee-for-service to value based care is accelerating, which impacts NJ physicians and groups of all sizes. We are dedicated to helping our members successfully navigate change, effectively manage their practices, and improve the way care is delivered to their patients while maintaining patient safety.

The Practice Management Consultant will report directly to the Vice President for Practice Resources and work with the Director of Practice Management to improve physician practice performance, maintain physician independence, and better serve their patients. 


  • Assist in development of practice and risk management products and services to help insured member practices maintain independence, profitability, quality of care, and patient safety.
  • Conduct onsite visits to assist member physicians and their clinical and administrative staff in establishing processes to meet federal Quality Payment Program (QPP) initiatives
  • Develop and present educational programs pertaining to practice transformation, QPP, and practice operations for insured physician members, brokers, professional societies, and others who work in healthcare.
  • Evaluate and consult with practices on clinical, regulatory, and business operational challenges, identify risk exposures and areas for improvement, and submit recommendations based on findings. Assist in workflow design, redesign, and implementation of industry and specialty specific best practices.
  • Attendance at company committee meetings, as assigned. Assist in Committee work, as assigned.
  • Assist in representing the company at networking meetings and conferences.
  • Develop and write content about healthcare issues and trends for company publications
  • Assist in providing excellence in customer service by responding to insured member clinical, regulatory, and business questions as it pertains to quality improvement and risk reduction strategies in practice operations. 


  • Bachelor’s degree required; CMPE certification preferred.
  • 5+ years in healthcare practice management or consulting
  • Strong analytic and problem solving skills
  • Ability to prioritize in a fast-paced, collaborative work environment
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills

Posted 3/8/17