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  • 22 May 2019 10:26 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Lowell CHC is a federally qualified health center that provides primary care, behavioral health, dental and eye care services to the people of the Greater Lowell area. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer and serving as a key member of the Senior Leadership team, the CFO will first and foremost be a partner in the strategic leadership of Lowell Community Health Center. This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, passionate, driven financial leader to be part of a thriving, forward-thinking provider organization that is dedicated to providing quality and culturally appropriate health services to the people of Greater Lowell, regardless of their financial status.

    Key responsibilities include:

    • Oversees and directs treasury, billing, budgeting, audit, tax, accounting, purchasing, real estate, billing, collections, accounts payable, payroll and fixed assets, facilities and insurance activities for the organization.
    • Supports procedures necessary to afford adequate accounting controls and in providing timely analytics and external reporting to stakeholders and financial partners including oversight of revenue cycle processes (e.g., Registration, Health Benefits, Billing, Collections).
    • Appraises the organization’s financial position and issues periodic financial and operating reports to assist in the management of the organization.
    • Analyzes, consolidates, and directs all cost accounting procedures together with other statistical and routine reports. Including meeting regulatory requirements as issued by State and Federal offices. Assists in the preparation of grant applications when required.
    • Directs and analyzes studies of general economic, business, and financial conditions and their impact on the organization’s policies and operations.

    The ideal candidate will be a highly ethical, intelligent financial executive who possesses strong interpersonal and communication skills, analytical and strategic-thinking ability, as well as a strong command of financial principles. The ideal candidate will possess the following experience and characteristics:

    • Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in Finance, Accounting or related field.
    • Minimum of 7 years of progressively-responsible experience with several years of senior level financial management/ leadership experience.
    • Prior experience working within a healthcare provider organization (i.e. community health center, community hospital, multi-specialty provider group practice, etc) with exposure to community health services is preferred; applicants with experience on the health insurer side and/or consulting arena are also encouraged to apply.
    • Embraces the linguistically and ethnically diverse patient population and staff. Diversity candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

    The Organization: With a focus on culturally appropriate care, Lowell CHC serves individuals and families who are medically underserved, uninsured, and are low income. Lowell CHC has more than 60 medical, behavioral, eye care and dental health providers. The Health Center has an overall workforce of more than 470 employees and an annual operating budget of approximately $50 million. Lowell CHC is a strategic partner of Circle Health and Wellforce Care Plan (an accountable care organization for the state’s MassHealth program).

    Lowell CHC serves a linguistically and racially diverse population. As of 2018, 38% of Lowell CHC’s patient population is best served in a language other than English. Lowell CHC also operates the Metta Health Center which serves as a welcoming place for members of the city's Southeast Asian community and other refugee populations. The Metta Health Center is nationally recognized as one of the nation’s first fully integrated East Meets West health care facilities. Lowell CHC is also a Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home, achieving Joint Commission accreditation for complying with rigorous national performance standards around quality healthcare delivery.

    The Region: Lowell is one of the largest cities in Massachusetts with a population of approximately 109,000. Lowell provides a unique blend of urban amenities and suburban convenience and offers an excellent mix of interesting museums, relaxing parks, art galleries, and lively attractions including ball parks and concert arenas. Immigrants, including many refugees, are part of the fabric of life in the city of Lowell, which welcomes a kaleidoscope of cultures. Downtown is bursting with restaurants serving Portuguese, Mexican, Greek, Cambodian, Thai and Japanese fare. The city is considered an art and cultural center as well as emerging college town.

    Inquiries, Resume Submissions and Referrals:

    Please forward to (email preferred) to:

    Tina Powderly
    Phillips DiPisa & Associates
    62 Derby Street, Suite 1
    Hingham, MA 02043

    About Phillips DiPisa: Phillips DiPisa, an AMN Company, is a retained executive search firm serving the healthcare and life sciences industries. Ranked as one of the top healthcare recruiting firms in the country, Phillips DiPisa is known for leading healthcare into the future by its growing base of clients across the country, drawing on a national pool of candidates. For more information, please visit their website at

  • 23 Apr 2019 11:20 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Signature Healthcare is seeking a dynamic contemporary Chief Financial Officer.

    Signature Healthcare (SHC) is an independent, non-profit, community-based health system based in Brockton, MA. SHC is dedicated to providing accessible, high quality, high value health care services to the city of Brockton and surrounding towns. SHC includes Brockton Hospital (SHBH), a full service 260-bed community teaching hospital, and Signature Medical Group, a rapidly growing multi-specialty group. SHBH is clinically affiliated with BI Deaconess Medical Center, a prominent Harvard teaching hospital.

    SHC has consistently achieved national recognition measured based on a set of clinical quality and patient experience measures. In addition, for the past 5 years, SHC was awarded a straight “A” safety grade for its commitment to reducing errors, infections, and accidents that can harm patients. In 2017, SHC formed an accountable care organization in partnership with Boston Medical Center’s BMC HealthNet Plan. This is one of 17 ACOs in the state of Massachusetts contracted to provide care for the state’s 850,000 MassHealth members. SHC is a safety-net health system providing risk contracting and value based care.

    With approximately 2700 employees, SHC is the major employer in its service area and benefits from a highly skilled and dedicated workforce that is committed to the mission and community.

    The Position of Chief Financial Officer represents an outstanding opportunity to be a key member of the senior leadership team and impact the financial operations as well as the future of Signature Healthcare. The finance division currently encompasses accounting, budgeting, financial planning and analysis, hospital and medical practice revenue cycle, materials management, information technology, and payor contracting. The Chief Financial Officer has seven highly experienced direct reports, including the Controller, Assistant Vice President for Managed Care Contracting, the Assistant Vice President, Revenue Cycle, the Chief Information Officer, and the Directors of Materials Management and Financial Planning & Analysis. In total, there are approximately 200 employees within the division. The ideal candidate will be a highly strategic, contemporary, and forward-looking financial executive who possesses strong analytical skills as well as a strong healthcare financial management expertise.

    Education, Experience, and Knowledge:

    • A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate discipline (accounting/finance) and a master’s degree in business administration, finance, or related field are required; a CPA or FHFMA designation is a plus.
    • Minimum of eight years of progressively responsible financial management experience within a complex healthcare setting. Knowledge of medical group operations and finance, as well as hospital finance, is preferred.
    • Experience within a safety-net health system environment is preferred, as is experience with risk contracting and value based care.
    • Demonstrated competence in building and leading an effective and cohesive financial division.
    • Well-versed in all aspects of healthcare finance, including reimbursement, billing procedures, managed care, payor contracting, and compliance.
    • Significant experience in debt financing and banking relationships.
    • Knowledgeable of the application of information technology for business and financial operations as well as the implementation of healthcare informatics.
    • A strong understanding of and appreciation for all aspects of health system operations and patient care services.
    • Experience and knowledge of Lean principles and management systems is a plus.

    The Location: Brockton, MA is located 20 miles south of Boston, 30 miles northeast of Providence, 40 miles west of Cape Cod, and 200 miles northeast of New York City. Brockton is the hub of a densely populated region, which features a diverse array of cities and towns, ranging from urban, to suburban, to rural in nature. Brockton is a culturally rich and diverse city that features historically prominent and beautiful architecture, from private residences to commercial and public buildings, and impressive parks and recreational facilities. The area offers a variety of great restaurants, shopping and nightlife for after-work enjoyment.

    If interested in being considered for this exciting opportunity, please submit current resume to:

    Claire Connolly
    Phillips DiPisa & Associates

  • 29 Mar 2019 10:10 AM | Anonymous

    The Opportunity: Bassett Healthcare, a leading and nationally recognized health system based in Cooperstown, New York, is seeking its first Corporate Chief Accounting Officer who will be responsible for the effective and efficient delivery of accounting processes and reporting across the network. This newly created position is the ‘number two’ in the system finance department reporting directly to the Corporate Chief Financial Officer.

    The Position: The Corporate Chief Accounting Officer (CAO) is a new position for the organization and has been established to support the creation and subsequent management of a centralized accounting function and team for the entire network. This position will work to support the development of a fully integrated Finance Division.

    The CAO is responsible for the effective and efficient delivery of accounting processes, reporting and budgeting across the network. The CAO is operationally responsible for all functions with respect to general accounting, financial statement reporting, budget, research and other funded programs, accounting and financial reporting, treasury, payroll, accounts payable, tax compliance, and financial regulatory compliance. The CAO engages with payroll, in conjunction with human resources, and accounts payable, in conjunction with supply chain management, to ensure a positive impact on employees and operations, respectively, on an ongoing, real time basis. The role oversees general accounting, fixed assets and similar functions significantly impacting the ability of the organization to obtain and maintain capital financing, meet regulatory requirements, form a basis for forecasting, and impact reimbursement.

    The CAO has responsibility for direct leadership of the accounting functions/staff throughout the network as defined above. He/she will ensure best possible accounting services to meet the needs of Boards, administration, employees, vendors, and hospital and physician leadership across all Network subsidiaries. This includes, but is not limited to, historical financial reporting, general accounting and subsidiary conversions to common chart of accounts, consolidated financial reports, accounts payable and interface to materials management, payroll and time and attendance, and fixed assets. The CAO and his/her team will provide critical information for cost reports, grants, and baseline data for year-end projections and forecasts. Reporting will include both internal and external constituencies such as banking/credit, debt, tax, and regulatory reporting as well as for internal and external public and regulatory audits. Current financial applications will be refined, standardized, and extended to all subsidiaries not currently using such applications. The CAO will ensure compliance of accounting and reporting in accordance with GAAP, FASB, and regulatory requirements as well as implement the highest level of controls to eliminate risk of fraud and waste of assets.

    The CAO is also responsible for the budgeting process across the system, The CAO must create a more standard and streamlined budget processes in addition to instituting a culture of accountability to established budgets. Also, the executive will finalize and implement changes to the current accounting organizational structure immediately and refine the organizational structure over time.

    The Ideal Candidate: The ideal candidate will have an advanced degree in Finance, Business Administration or Healthcare Finance Administration and/or a CPA preferred. He/she will have 10-plus years of experience in a senior-level accounting or public audit position of which a minimum of five must be in a financial leadership role within a larger health system or network of healthcare facilities, including employed physicians or a controlled physician corporation.

    In addition, the Corporate Chief Accounting Officer will have:

    • A solid understanding of a geographically extended rural network and critical access hospitals is highly desired.
    • Experience with leading accounting, reporting and related finance functions within a multi-hospital system is highly preferred. Additionally, experience with building a centralized corporate accounting function and/or integration of newly acquired hospitals into an existing centralized accounting function is highly desired.
    • Highly developed interpersonal skills necessary to understand and meet the needs of a diverse organization with various levels of leadership from Corporate to subsidiary Boards, executive leadership and needs of the finance and accounting areas.
    • Strong management capabilities, skills, and techniques to plan, execute, and achieve results related to the complex and urgent needs of the Network and subsidiaries.
    • Must be highly accomplished in optimizing information system applications and technology in conjunction with the CIO and Corporate CFO. Expertise with Infor/Lawson is preferred.

    The Organization: The Bassett Healthcare Network (Bassett) is a comprehensive system of physicians, hospitals, community health centers, and post-acute providers in eight counties, spanning 5,000 square miles in central New York. This innovative, unique health care system, nationally recognized as a model of integrated healthcare, is committed to helping the communities it serves achieve optimum health and enjoy the best quality of life possible. With more than 5,600 employees and net patient revenue of approximately $650 million, Bassett is the region’s largest employer and leading healthcare organization, enjoying a dominant market share across its service area of approximately 430,000 people. The Bassett Medical Group comprises more than 550 full-time, employed physicians and other advanced practice clinicians who provide primary and specialty care at Bassett. Bassett Medical Group physicians are officially employed by Bassett Medical Center, the flagship tertiary hospital of the system.

    The Location: Bassett Health is located in Cooperstown, New York, a charming village located in upstate New York which offers an exceptional quality of life. New York City, Syracuse, Albany, Binghamton, and Utica are quickly and easily accessible by the state’s well-integrated highway system. The town and the eight counties served by this system are part of the land between the rolling hills of the Catskill Mountains and the Mohawk Valley containing farms, green meadows, lakes, and rivers. Cooperstown itself is nestled at the base of one of the most beautiful lakes in the state, Otsego Lake.

    The area has long attracted families through the abundance of activities for people of all ages. Summer activities include swimming, biking, hiking, fishing, and boating. The autumn is quite spectacular with a dazzling display of foliage. Winter fun, starting with the first snowfall, brings out cross country and downhill skis, snowshoes, and sleds. The town offers a state-of-the-art sports complex within walking distance from the Hospital.

    In addition to recreational opportunities, the area offers an international reputation for world-class culture and the arts. There are outstanding museums open year-round including the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Fenmore Art Museum, and Farmer’s Museum. During the summer, the Glimmerglass Opera Festival takes place. Cooperstown boasts a variety of excellent fine dining restaurants and cafes, shops, and boutiques along the several blocks spanning Main Street. While tourists swell the population of the Cooperstown area in the summer months, its year-round residents treasure the town’s remarkable sense of community.

    The school systems of Cooperstown and neighboring towns are excellent, offering small class sizes and a full range of extracurricular activities. Academic performance is high and Cooperstown students gain admission to some of the most prestigious colleges and universities in the country. A wide range of housing is available both in town and across the region.

    Please direct all inquiries, applications, and referrals to:

    Katie Mazzuckelli

  • 23 Mar 2019 7:04 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: The Confidential Search Company is an executive recruiting firm with over twenty-five years of experience placing healthcare financial and administrative Executives, VPs. Directors, Managers and specialists.

    We are conducting an executive search for a Senior Reimbursement Analyst for our client, a large academic medical center of a multi-hospital health network in Vermont.

    Starting salary up to $95,000, depending on background and experience.
    Excellent benefit package.

    Relocation assistance is available.

    This position has the potential to grow into a larger network role over time.

    The Senior Reimbursement Analyst will be responsible for:

    • Government payer reimbursement related to Medicare, Medicaid, and TRICARE/CHAMPUS including the coordination and preparation of the annual Medicare Cost Report filings, audits and appeals
    • State of Vermont Medicaid payment systems
    • Staying current on all government regulatory changes and Federal and State proposals to change reimbursement methodologies and payment systems
    • Performing net revenue impact analyses on all CMS regulatory publications related to Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement
    • Reviewing monthly Medicare and Medicaid models, preparing monthly third party reserve adjustments and maintaining third party reserve accounts
    • Being a key organizational contact, with the Reimbursement Manager, for all questions pertaining to payer reimbursement rules, regulations, and net revenue modeling
    • High level independent contributions – will directly impact the financial performance of the organization
    • Working with Senior Leadership


    • Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities were acquired may be considered.
    • 5 or more years of experience in health care finance or reimbursement
    • 2 years of direct practical experience with Medicare Cost Report filings and audits
    • Proven ability to analyze regulations, perform sophisticated data analysis on regulatory impacts, and present results to financial and operational leadership

    Special Skills

    • Highly motivated and a self-starter, ability to work independently
    • Ability to multitask and apply critical thinking skills
    • Must be able to successfully prioritize and work to government-mandated deadlines
    • Ability to understand, interpret and react to CMS and Vermont State regulations, third party payer methodologies, and health care regulatory and compliance issues
    • Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills
    • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
    • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment
    • Strong organizational skills and ability to meet deadlines
    All inquiries will be treated confidentially.

    Interested candidates should send their resume to:

    Matthew O’Brien
    The Confidential Search Company
    860-742-1555 or 800-222-2729

  • 23 Mar 2019 6:59 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Managing accounting staff and responsible for monthly close, financial reporting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, preparing journal entries and budgets. 

    Seeking an individual with a Bachelor's degree in Accounting with 3+ years as accounting manager or controller of a healthcare group.


    Robert Harrington

  • 19 Mar 2019 7:55 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Interim or Permanent - The Confidential Search Company is an executive recruiting firm with over twenty-five years of experience placing healthcare financial and administrative executives, managers and specialists.

    We are conducting an executive search for an INTERIM or Permanent Manager Financial Planning & Regulatory Reporting s for our client, a NCQA-accredited, not-for-profit health plan that is the fastest growing commercial health plans in Massachusetts. They are a part of a very large, strong not-for-profit health system. Offices are in Somerville, MA.

    Immediate need

    • Manage a staff of 4 fulltime employees
    • Complete Q1 DOI filings due on May 15th for the Orange Book (HMO) and Yellow Book (P&C)
    • Meet June 3 deadline for: Audited Financial Statements; Accountants Qualification Letter; Internal Controls Letter; and CPA Awareness Letter
    • For an Interim the Initial commitment will be into June
    • The Interim will be considered for the permanent position (if interested)
    • Will consider temporary housing and travel expenses for an excellent candidate if appropriate
    • Interim Rate is negotiable, based on background and experience

    Permanent position (includes all of the above)

    The starting salary is up to $150,000, depending on background and experience. There may be some flexibility for an outstanding candidate.

    Relocation assistance may be available as appropriate.

    The Manager Financial and Regulatory Reporting reports to the Controller and this position is an extension of the Controller and represents that role in its activities.

    The Manager Financial and Regulatory Reporting is a key leader with subject matter expertise related to statutory accounting transactions and NAIC reporting requirements with proven success in the HMO and P&C insurance industries. They will play a key role in ensuring the company’s financial systems, processes and controls are adequate, properly functioning, and appropriately documented.

    The Manager Financial and Regulatory Reporting will ensure that the company’s statutory and regulatory reporting procedures comply with insurance industry standards. This includes leading the implementation of new statutory accounting standards and educating business leaders and staff on emerging statutory accounting and reporting issues and their impact on the business and processes. The Manager will develop and maintain procedures that are compliant with GAAP as well as relevant Federal or state regulations.

    The Manger Financial and Regulatory Reporting will be a key member of the Finance organization who must demonstrate drive, initiative, an advanced level of skill and the ability to grow and advance in the organization as well as provide leadership, strategic direction and guidance with regards to statutory and regulatory reporting. They will frequently interface with all departments and all leadership levels of the organization, as well as external auditors, regulators and industry organizations.


    • Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field required. CPA and/or Masters a plus
    • Minimum of 7 years relevant industry experience in a significant contributor or leadership role that demonstrates strong inter-personal skills
    • 2 years of management/supervisory experience preferred
    • Excellent research, analytical, teamwork and collaboration, time management and written and oral communication skills
    • Skilled in using Microsoft Office Suite as well as experienced with corporate financial systems
    • Able to work independently and as part of a team. Works with considerable latitude and may pursue self-initiated activities.

    All inquiries will be treated confidentially.

    Interested candidates should send their resume and salary history to:

    Matthew O’Brien
    The Confidential Search Company

  • 08 Mar 2019 6:54 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Working under the supervision of the Manager of Revenue Integrity and Customer Service, the Revenue Integrity Reimbursement Coordinator is responsible for managing audit requests and appeals, performing charge master maintenance, and providing analytical support for Revenue Operations, clinical department leadership, and other stakeholders. The Coordinator monitors updates to inpatient, outpatient, and physician reimbursement and coverage for all payors. The Coordinator analyzes data to identify any potential impact to the hospital and communicates this impact out internally and to other departments.

    Education: Four years of formal training or education beyond the high school level (e.g., Bachelor’s Degree).

    Certification, Registration & Licensure: Medical coding, auditing, or health information certification required. Including, but not limited to CPC, COC, CIC, CRC, CPC-P, RHIA, RHIT, CCA, CCS, CCS-P, CDIP, or CHDA.

    Experience: Minimum of five years’ experience in healthcare revenue integrity, managed care contracting, billing, auditing, chargemaster, coding, or compliance in an acute care hospital. Must have at least two years’ experience working with reimbursement methodologies (i.e. IPPS, OPPS, MPFS, managed care). Excellent analytical, organizational, and research skills required. Must have demonstrated ability to successfully collaborate with department leadership and staff. Must have excellent communication skills with the ability to present complex information in a professional, easy-to-understand way. Must be able to successfully manage multiple priorities and deadlines. Previous clinical experience preferred. Strong computer skills required, including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Publisher.


    Wendy Dumais
    603-230-7498 (p)

  • 08 Mar 2019 6:51 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Responsible for the management and optimization of self-pay collections for the organization. Ensure the highest level of customer service is provided to our patients. Develop, maintain and audit relationships with third party collection vendors. Ensure the organization maintains high level of integrity through comprehensive understanding of regulatory requirements around the collection process (i.e.: FDCPA, IRS 501(r), etc.) Working under the supervision of the Director of Revenue Operations, the Manager, Credit & Collections has direct oversight for the Customer Service unit.

    Education: Bachelor’s degree in Business or related field. 

    Certification, Registration & Licensure: Medical coding certification preferred. 

    Experience: Four years related experience and/or training. Equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Knowledge and understanding of hospital revenue cycle operations. Knowledge of regulatory publications, how to access and interpret. Extensive knowledge of government and commercial payer requirements to ensure accurate and compliant billing of hospital inpatient, outpatient, surgical and ancillary services. Knowledge of reimbursement methodologies.


    Wendy Dumais

  • 08 Mar 2019 6:45 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Responsible for the development, implementation, maintenance and audit functions related to the charge master. Deliver, monitor and maintain a consistent and accurate charge description master that is in compliance with both state and federal regulatory agencies. Monitor and maximize system revenue. Working under the supervision of the Director of Revenue Operations, the Manager, Revenue Integrity has direct oversight for the Revenue Integrity team.

    Education: Bachelor’s degree in Business or related field.

    Certification, Registration & Licensure: Medical coding certification preferred.

    Experience: Four years related experience and/or training. Equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Knowledge and understanding of hospital revenue cycle operations. Knowledge of regulatory publications, how to access and interpret. Extensive knowledge of government and commercial payer requirements to ensure accurate and compliant charging and billing of hospital inpatient, outpatient, surgical and ancillary services. Extensive knowledge of CPT, HCPCS, and revenue codes. Knowledge of reimbursement methodologies.


    Wendy Dumais
    603-230-7498 (p)

  • 05 Mar 2019 9:09 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: This is an exceptional opportunity for a dynamic and accomplished financial executive to join the senior leadership team of a mission-driven, not-for-profit 100-bed pediatric sub-acute hospital that provides medical, behavioral health, and educational services to children with special health care needs.

    The CFO is a key member of the leadership team and he/she is accountable for establishment and oversight of fiscal management systems and IT.

    The CFO will maintain the institution's financial viability and ensure that all accounting practices and financial transactions are conducted in accordance with accepted accounting standards, laws and regulations governing the fiscal management of not-for-profit healthcare institutions.

    Qualifications: B.S. in Business Administration or related area and a Master’s Degree and/or C.P.A. qualification is required.

    Seven to ten years’ experience in progressively responsible positions in healthcare financial management is needed with previous CFO experience preferred. Special knowledge and competency in third-party reimbursement is essential. A demonstrated background as a strategic-thinker with strong financial and IT skills is necessary. Experience working with not-for-profit healthcare entities highly desirable.

    Claire Connolly

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