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  • 22 Oct 2020 6:36 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Lead 100 FTEs as Interim Sr. Director of Financial Revenue Cycle/Finance at a Hospital Outside Boston!

    The Position:

    • The Interim Sr. Director will oversee approximately 100 FTEs and the patient financial services, revenue cycle, and finance functions at a hospital.
    • Reporting to the CFO, this leader must bring extensive experience in both revenue cycle and patient financial services, as well as a background with Epic.
    • Bachelor’s required; Master’s preferred.
    • Seeking a leader that is local to the Boston metro area.
    The Community:
    • Cambridge, Massachusetts, is across the Charles River from Boston and is home to Harvard University. Harvard Square is known for its charming neighborhoods, sidewalk cafes, cool boutiques, and eclectic music scene.
    • Boston offers a unique mix of historic culture and modern change – vibrant and diverse business sector, prestigious colleges and universities, unrivaled hospitals, world-renowned museums, rich history, and close proximity to the beaches of Cape Cod and the White and Green Mountains!
    • The “Bay State” is the home of two professional baseball teams, as well as professional basketball, hockey, and soccer teams. Sports fans can also visit the Sports Museum of New England, The Basketball Hall of Fame, and the Volleyball Hall of Fame.
    • Boston has a thriving music scene – summer nights are brought to life with free concerts at the Hatch Shell and annual festivals celebrating new artists.
    • When walking through the historic city of Boston, notice red bricks along several sidewalks - these bricks outline the “Freedom Trail,” a built-in map that takes you to all the historical landmarks.
    Interim Leadership with B.E. Smith
    • Interim leadership gives you the chance to make immediate and lasting improvements. Learn more about being a B.E. Smith interim leader.
    • The industry’s best Interim Leaders and Consultants choose B.E. Smith because of the firm's innovative employment model. The employment relationship is structured to provide you all the benefits of employment, while maintaining the flexibility you enjoy as an independent contractor.
    • Upon accepting engagements, you may become eligible for a variety of benefits, including access to medical, dental and vision insurance; life insurance; AD&D; and a flexible spending account (The availability of some benefits depends on the type and duration of the engagement).
    • You are an employee of B.E. Smith. Taxes are withheld and B.E. Smith covers the employer portion of your FICA.
    • Each interim healthcare executive job has different travel requirements. Your travel, lodging and business expenses are covered by B. E. Smith and the client.
    • In a standard Interim Leadership arrangement, the client pays for travel home every other weekend.
    • The client will also provide you with a rental car, as well as lodging that is clean, safe and in close proximity to the organization. Each is furnished and has a kitchen.
    • Some positions have specific licensing requirements. Check out our compact nursing license map for details!

    To apply: https://www.besmith.com/job-details/cambridge-ma-revenue-cycle-1856507/

  • 06 Oct 2020 10:56 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, The Director of Patient Access & Patient Financial Services is responsible for providing leadership, direction, and support in the management and oversight of the Patient Access and Patient Financial Services Departments, while maintaining compliance with all applicable State and Federal laws, regulations, and policies governing the provision of health care, and compliance with the obligations of various managed care and other insurance contracts. This includes providing leadership for the daily activities, policies and procedures, and operations of revenue cycle functions including registration, prior-authorization services, billing, collections, financial counseling, cash management, patient account management, managed care contracting, and third-party billing audits.

    Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Healthcare Administration, or related field preferred
    • 5 to 7 years of experience in both hospital and physician medical billing and or coding, preferably at an acute care hospital, with a minimum of 3 years in a supervisory capacity.
    • 5 to 10 years of supervisory experience in billing and collections in a hospital setting preferred.
    • Ability to learn a variety of computer applications quickly and independently.
    • Excellent problems solving skills and strong analytical skills to monitor key performance indicators and manage staff productivity.
    • Advanced knowledge of HCPC coding and compliant insurance billing procedures.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills (in English language), interpersonal skills with excellent customer service, and organizational skills.
    • Excellent leadership skills with a team-oriented approach focused on professional development.

    Contact:

    Lisa Reid
    Lisa.Reid@MadisonMiles.com

  • 28 Sep 2020 11:16 AM | Anonymous

    The Opportunity: Holyoke Medical Center (HMC) and Valley Health Systems, Inc. in Holyoke, MA is seeking a Chief Financial Officer that is both strategically and operationally focused. A trusted executive who is engaging, transparent, innovative and creative who thinks strategically and takes initiative. This represents an outstanding opportunity to serve as a key member of the senior leadership team and immediately impact the financial operations as well as the future of the organization.



    The Organization: Holyoke Medical Center is a nonprofit, 198-bed acute care community hospital located in Holyoke, Massachusetts. HMC is committed to setting a new standard in patient care for the families of Western Massachusetts. This full-service Medical Center provides a complete line of inpatient and outpatient medical and surgical services to the community, including a newly constructed state-of-the-art emergency department. HMC’s award-winning Stroke Service has been recognized for more than 12 consecutive years by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, including the 2019 Get with The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus, Target: Stroke Elite Plus, & Target: Type 2 Diabetes Honor Roll Award.

    As a member of Valley Health Systems, HMC is affiliated with the Holyoke VNA Hospice Life Care, River Valley Counseling Center and Holyoke Medical Group. Holyoke Medical Group practices include Adult Primary Care, Pediatrics, Family Medicine, Women’s Services, and Walk-In Care Offices.

    The Position: The CFO is responsible for the development, interpretation, coordination, and administration of the Hospital and Systems policies for finance, accounting, information systems, patient billing and accounts, internal controls, reimbursement, supply chain, revenue cycle and auditing. He/she is responsible for the maintenance of records and procedures required to adequately safeguard the assets of the organization. The CFO will participate in strategic planning discussions and lead the financial planning activities to ensure their compatibility with the System and Hospital’s financial capacity and performance objectives.

    Qualifications:

    • A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate discipline (accounting/business/finance) and a master’s degree in business administration, finance, or related field is required; a CPA is preferred.
    • Possess seven to ten years’ progressively responsible financial management experience within a complex community health system.
    • Demonstrated competence in building and leading an effective and cohesive financial division.
    • Prior experience working effectively with and making presentations to a Board of Trustees and Finance Committee.
    • Well-versed in healthcare finance, including reimbursement, billing procedures, managed care, payor contracting, and compliance.
    • Knowledgeable of the application of information technology for business and financial operations as well as the implementation of healthcare informatics.
    • Understanding of capital market process with experience negotiating capital financing projects.
    The Region: Known for its scenery and as a vacation destination, the Pioneer Valley features mountain ranges, rolling hills, fertile farmland and golden meadows — all surrounding New England’s premier waterway, the Connecticut River. The diverse landscape gives visitors and residents access to a wide variety of activities including alpine skiing at resorts such as Berkshire East and Blandford Ski Resort and seasonal festivals that draw millions of visitors.

    The region is served by Bradley International Airport, located just 30 minutes south of Holyoke Medical Center in the town of Windsor Locks, Connecticut.

    Just ten minutes from Holyoke is The Quadrangle, an extraordinary grouping of two art museums, two history museums, and a science museum that features the United States’ first planetarium. Springfield Symphony Hall provides an outstanding venue for classical music, Broadway tours, concerts and stand-up comedy shows. Families flock to New England’s largest and most popular amusement park, Six Flags New England in Agawam, as well as the Emily Dickinson House in Amherst, the Springfield Armory National Historical Site, and the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield and the Volleyball Hall of Fame in Holyoke. (Basketball was invented in Springfield and Volleyball in Holyoke.)

    Healthcare and social services employ 15% of the local workforce, making it the leading industry in the region and more than 16 universities and liberal arts colleges call the region home, including the Five Colleges consortium of Amherst College, Hampshire College, Mount Holyoke College, Smith College and University of Massachusetts Amherst.

    Contact:

    Beth Ross
    AMN Leadership Solutions, Inc.
    781-934-8111
    Beth.ross@amnhealthcare.com
  • 08 Sep 2020 3:03 PM | Anonymous

    Position Description: We have been engaged to conduct the search for Senior Accountant for our client, an integrated healthcare delivery system with a flagship medical center, two rural, critical access hospitals and an extensive variety of primary and specialty care practices located in 15 communities in central, western, and mid-coast regions of Maine. They have their offices in Lewiston, ME.

    The starting salary is up to $87k, depending on background and experience.

    Relocation assistance is available.

    Responsibilities:

    • Be responsible for the proper reporting of journal entries and account reconciliations for timely and accurate reporting of monthly financial statements as well as reports to management for financial decision support.
    • Prepare account analysis and be heavily involved with the annual audit.
    • Will work closely with the Payroll Supervisor to provide backup support on reporting and filing requirements.
    • Interact with many departments and employees at various levels of the organization
    • Express professionalism in both written and oral communication and have a strong customer service base.
    • The Senior Accountant is expected to always exercise good judgment, show initiative, and be able to meet goals and objectives of the position and team.
    Requirements:
    • BS in Accounting. Masters and/or CPA preferred.
    • Minimum of 5 to 7 years relevant accounting and financial reporting work experience required
    • 2 years in a healthcare accounting/finance environment preferred
    • Public accounting experience a plus
    • Must be able to analyze the general ledger and postings, prepare and evaluate journal entries, and perform full reconciliation of required accounts
    • Experience closing the books
    • Strong knowledge of GAAP
    • Must be familiar with accounting systems, interfaces, financial reports, and how to identify and correct problems in the general ledger and statement
    • Proficient in Excel and Word
    • Experience with Lawson GL applications and Kronos (preferred)
    • Maintain confidentiality
    • Ability to work well individually and as part of a team
    • Demonstrate a positive attitude and desire to provide strong customer service
    The Confidential Search Company is an executive recruiting firm that specializes in the placement of healthcare financial executives, VPs, directors, Managers and Specialists.

    For more information about this opportunity please contact:

    Matthew O’Brien
    The Confidential Search Company
    ConfSearch@aol.com
    860-742-1555
  • 08 Sep 2020 2:56 PM | Anonymous

    Position Description: We have been engaged to conduct a confidential search for a Director of Decision Support for our client, a regional healthcare delivery system with acute care and critical access hospitals as well an extensive variety of primary and specialty care physician practices. They have their offices in Lewiston, Maine.

    The starting salary is up to $140k+, depending on background and experience. There may be some flexibility for an outstanding candidate.

    The Director of Decision Support will be able to work remotely during bad weather and at other times but will be required to work on-site as needed.

    Relocation assistance is available as appropriate.

    The Director of Decision Support (Director) oversees Financial Decision Support (DS). The Director will develop and maintain analytical models, tools, and ad hoc analyses to support the organization’s efforts to allocate resources and forecast future financial results.

    The Director will:

    • Assure integrity of the Trendstar data by coordinating the effort to eliminate errors in the systems that feed the database.
    • Develop the annual operating budget and five (5) year forecast.
    • Oversee clinical cost accounting, budget analysis and financial decision support (market share analysis, cost accounting, budget variance, statistical reporting, external comparison and areas of financial risk).
    • Be responsible for developing, implementing and monitoring the Financial Decision Support strategic plan.
    • Conduct annual DS gap analysis, develop system functionality goals and track accomplishments.
    • Work closely with the Quality Division clinical data analysts to assure that the Trendstar database meets their needs.
    • Ensure the data elements in Trendstar are populated to provide complete statistical and clinical/financial decision support options.
    • Oversee the development of procedures to audit data integrity, report “opportunities of improvement” to the Vice President of Finance and facilitate desired outcome.
    • Keep abreast of the Trendstar feeder system changes and enhancements.
    • Oversee and facilitate elements mapped into the Trendstar database ensuring the company is utilizing the maxiimum potential from the decision support functionality.

    Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
    • Minimum of three (3) years of experience with database management
    • Experience with Trendstar Decision Support System, AS400 functionality, Billing and Clinical Systems, Advanced Knowledge of Clinical Data Elements and Clinical Coding Process
    • Advanced user of databases, spreadsheets, graphics and statistical reporting
    • Experience with a Decision Support System and experience maintaining Hospital AS400 ADT/OC system
    • Successful management experience in financial management
    • Strong communication and facilitation skills
    • Ability to promote effective collaboration and teamwork among individuals of multiple disciplines and across organizational boundaries
    The Confidential Search Company is an executive recruiting firm that specializes in the placement of financial Executives, VPs, directors, Managers and Specialists in the healthcare industry.

    All inquiries will be treated confidentially.

    For more information about this opportunity please contact:

    Matthew O’Brien
    The Confidential Search Company
    ConfSearch@aol.com
    860-742-1555
  • 08 Sep 2020 2:21 PM | Anonymous

    Position Description: We have been engaged to conduct an executive search for a Manager, Accounting, Payroll and Taxation for our client, a healthcare system with multiple hospitals as well as an extensive variety of primary and specialty care physician practices. They have their offices in Lewiston, Maine.
    The starting salary is up to $100k, depending on background and experience.
    Relocation assistance is available as appropriate.

    The Accounting Manager will be responsible for managing all aspects of the accounting functions in the Financial Reporting, Payroll, Taxation and Accounting Department including the timely and accurate completion of the month-end and year-end close of the financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles as well as the completion of the annual external audit.

    In addition, the Accounting, Payroll and Taxation Manager is responsible for ensuring policies and procedures are maintained and adhered to in support of the reliability of the internal control environment around accounting transactions. This position will also be responsible for and make recommendations around the general leger system and related processes, and support other financial analysis and accounting processes as required.

    The Accounting Manager will take a strong leadership role in ensuring best practice in the accounting department, including leading the team through system and process improvement.

    Requirements:

    • Bachelor's degree
    • Five (5) years of accounting experience including financial statement preparation in accordance with GAAP
    • Supervisory/Management experience a plus
    • Public accounting experience / CPA desirable
    • Strong technical accounting skills and financial analytical skills
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Experience with computerized accounting systems
    • Ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines
    • Healthcare experience preferred

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

    For more information about this opportunity please contact:

    Matthew O’Brien
    The Confidential Search Company
    ConfSearch@aol.com
    860-742-1555
  • 08 Sep 2020 2:09 PM | Anonymous

    Position Description: We have been engaged to conduct a confidential search for a Senior Director of Accounting for our client, a regional healthcare delivery system with acute care and critical access hospitals as well an extensive variety of primary and specialty care physician practices. They have their offices near Freeport, Maine.

    The starting salary is up to $170k, depending on background and experience.
    The Senior Director will be able to work remotely during bad weather and at other times but will work on-site as needed.

    Relocation assistance is available as appropriate.

    The Senior Director of Accounting will plan, develop, organize, direct and control the operation of the Accounting Department for the health system. This includes General Accounting, Accounts Payable, Payroll and Financial Analysis. They will coordinate a system level response to financial business issues. The Senior Director of Accounting (Senor Director) will manage the general ledger and subsidiary ledgers and interface with multiple computer systems.

    The Senior Director is responsible for the on-going development of the General Ledger system and will prepare financial and statistical reports and contribute to the financial policy decision-making. They will oversee the accurate and timely reporting of financial information, payroll processing, and accounts payable processing. The Director will oversee the development of procedures to audit data integrity and report opportunities for improvement. They will coordinate the year-end audit. The Director will directly manage the managers/supervisors of General Accounting, Payroll, and Accounts Payable, as well as Financial Analyst(s).

    Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Minimum of 10 years of related industry accounting/finance experience
    • Minimum of Five years of successful managerial/supervisory experience in accounting/finance
    • Healthcare/hospital accounting/finance experience a plus
    • Public accounting experience and a CPA are strongly preferred
    • Strong technical accounting skills and GAAP experience
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Experience with computerized accounting systems
    • Strong work ethic, able to meet deadlines and timetables
    The Confidential Search Company is an executive recruiting firm that specializes in the placement of financial Executives, VPs, directors, Managers and Specialists in the healthcare industry.

    All inquiries will be treated confidentially.

    For more information about this opportunity please contact:

    Matthew O’Brien
    The Confidential Search Company
    ConfSearch@aol.com
    860-742-1555
  • 08 Sep 2020 2:02 PM | Anonymous

    Position Description: We have been engaged to conduct the search for Director of Reimbursement for our client, an integrated health network comprised of a major teaching hospital and several area hospitals. They are prestigious health system that is the largest health care organization in Maine and leading health care provider serving Northern New Hampshire, with offices in Portland, ME.

    The starting salary range is $150 to $180k, depending on background and experience.

    Relocation assistance is available as appropriate.

    This is a permanent position but we will also consider an interim/contract Director of Reimbursement to temporarily fill the position until the new Director is selected and joins the company. The Interim Director would be on-site for a minimum of one week per month and work remotely for the remainder of the month (until cost reporting season).

    The Director of Reimbursement will assist the Vice President, Reimbursement in departmental planning in order to achieve departmental goals and supervision. They will manage a team of three Reimbursement Managers and staff of eight.

    The Director will:

    • Manage the hospital’s preparation and submission of cost reimbursement reports to government and private third-party agencies.
    • Develop rate structure and monitor compliance with federal regulatory programs.
    • Monitor implications of all proposed third-party reimbursement changes.
    • Review and ensure accuracy of monthly contractuals and supporting documents and the Fiscal Year End contractuals and supporting schedules.
    • Participate in the contractual allowance portion of the Long-Range Financial Plan.
    • Manage and supervise the preparation of the annual budget for net revenue including the implementation of the annual rate increase.
    • Provide timely assistance to Service Lines and Departments that request reimbursement expertise.
    • At the System level: Coordinate, control, and manage the preparation of interim and year end cost reports and analyses related to governmental reimbursement for all of the System’s facilities.
    • Supervise and coordinate activities related to reviews and audits by the Medicare Administrative Contractor (MAC) and governmental organizations.
    • Coordinate with the Vice President to ensure the System is achieving the optimal reimbursement under existing regulations and is prepared for proposed regulations.

    Requirements

    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Knowledge of advanced accounting and reimbursement principles
    • High level of problem-solving skills necessary to develop and implement new procedures and techniques and prepare special and recurring reports and analyses
    • MBA or FHFMA, or CPA preferred
    • Excellent communications skills and a high level of interpersonal skills
    • Deal with complex situations with a wide variety of internal and external personnel and make fact-based presentations before groups, including regulatory agencies
    • Five to ten years of experience in reimbursement and Medicare/Medicaid cost reporting is required with at least three years of hospital financial management experience

    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 opportunity please contact:

    Matthew O’Brien
    The Confidential Search Company
    ConfSearch@aol.com
    860-742-1555

  • 06 Jul 2020 3:24 PM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Omaha, NE- Nebraska Medicine in Omaha, Nebraska is seeking an experienced finance executive with strong strategic, business and customer service orientation to serve as the system's first Vice President, Finance. In addition to providing leadership in the areas of budgeting, decision support, the controllership function, treasury, purchasing and reimbursement, the Vice President, Finance will support and lead organizational efforts toward systemness and serve as a key strategic partner to the Chief Financial Officer and other system leaders.


    Nebraska Medicine is a $1.6 billion academic and community-based health system with nearly 7,400 FTEs. In addition to the 718-bed academic medical center and a 91-bed community hospital, the organization includes an integrated faculty practice plan of over 1,000 physicians and a large ambulatory platform. Nebraska Medicine enjoys strong philanthropic support, boasts top decile safety outcomes and is embarking upon a nearly $2 billion campus renovation. To ensure the organization can be successful long term, more focused efforts around standardization and efficiency will be required to drive down the overall cost of care.

    Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Vice President, Finance is a newly-created position that will function as a number-two finance executive for the organization. The successful candidate will bring solid expertise in all areas of finance and accounting; a system mindset developed within complex, multi-faceted organizations; an understanding of clinical operations in addition to finance; experience with portfolio management, capital allocation and creative financial strategies; a strong commitment to team and talent development and the ability to effectively translate and present information to board members, providers, leadership and other key stakeholders to ensure an appropriate level of understanding and financial acumen across the organization.

    Experience: The ideal candidate will bring experience in complex integrated delivery systems with large employed or closely-affiliated physician networks, along with an understanding of academic funds flow, grants management and physician compensation arrangements. Other backgrounds will also be seriously considered.

    If you have interest or a recommendation of others, please contact Michelle Johnson, Karen Otto, or Megan Welch at 630-575-6904 or mailto:NebraskaMedVPFinance@wittkieffer.com

  • 28 Feb 2020 9:53 AM | Anonymous

    Essential Duties:

    • Collaborates professionally and effectively with all leaders in the organization.
    • Supervises, directs and delegates the work of direct reports to ensure adherence to regulatory requirements, quality standards, timelines, and CHCB policies and procedures.
    • Directs and develops company policies; implements organizational policies, procedures and service standards in conjunction with other departments as it relates to Accounting and Patient Accounts.
    • Participates in the development of strategic plans and programs.
    • Supports the CEO in the interaction with the Board of Directors including attendance at all Finance and Board meetings.
    • Collaborates effectively to explore revenue and cost reduction opportunities with CHCB managers, physicians, directors, and executives.
    • Ensures compliance with applicable governing laws/regulations and guidelines such as HIPAA, GAP principles, 340b, HRSA FQHC Program Requirements, ACO, grant regulations, health insurance regulations, etc.
    • Evaluates, advises on and/or negotiates managed care contracting.
    • Conducts grant reporting, and performs provider-reporting responsibilities as needed.
    • Evaluates and advises on the impact of long-range planning, introduction of new programs/strategies and regulatory action.

    Basic Qualifications:

    • Bachelor Degree or ten (10) years of progressively more responsible executive level experience in health care finance, strategy, and business development.
    • Five years’ experience in a health care setting is required.
    • Five years’ experience in a supervisory role with responsibilities in creating and/or maintaining high performing teams.
    • Experience with developing balanced scorecards and leadership dashboards is essential.
    • Experience in a FQHC setting is highly desirable.

    Knowledge, Skills and Ability:

    • Knowledge of business and management principles involved in planning, resource allocation, project management, and coordination of people and resources.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles.
    • Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
    • Strong collaboration skills.
    • Ability to use critical thinking, logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of problem solving approaches.
    • Ability to review information, develop and evaluate options and implement solutions.
    • Ability to evaluate return on investment (ROI) and value on investment (VOI), consider relative costs and benefits of - potential actions and make financially prudent data driven decisions.
    • Ability to use principles of deductive and inductive reasoning.
    • The ability to maintain strict confidence.
    • Ability to lead, motivate, develop, and guide employees in their performance and professional development.
    • Ability to critically appraise job performance of managers and other direct reports, and perform performance reviews.
    • Ability to foster effective bi-directional open communication and a strong team-centered environment.

    About CHCB

    All people share a powerful need for the basic necessities of a good life and a place that understands that good health starts with a caring touch and a kind word. Since 1971, the Community Health Centers of Burlington (CHCB) has provided access to high quality health care regardless of financial status or life circumstance. We strive to improve the health of all within the communities we serve in an environment that conveys respect, offers support, and encourages people to be actively involved in their own health care. Our positive, mission-minded staff make CHCB a great place to work!

    CHCB is an innovative Federally Qualified Health Center with eight sites throughout Chittenden County and southern Grand Isle County. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and are especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the organization. We offer a generous benefits package to eligible employees and a competitive minimum hourly wage for entry-level positions.

    CHCB is an innovative Federally Qualified Health Center with eight sites throughout Chittenden County and southern Grand Isle County. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and are especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the organization. We offer a generous benefits package to eligible employees and a competitive minimum hourly wage for entry-level positions.

    Contact:

    HR Director
    mailto:hr@chcb.org
    802-864-6309 (p)
    617 Riverside Avenue
    Burlington, VT 05401

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