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  • 02 Apr 2018 1:15 PM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Lawrence General Hospital is a private, non-profit community hospital providing the Merrimack Valley & Southern New Hampshire regions with patient-centered, compassionate and quality health care for the whole family. For nearly 140 years, the extremely dedicated doctors, nurses and staff at Lawrence General have been committed to improving the health of the people in the communities that we serve.

    Job Responsibilities: The Controller is responsible to oversee accounting and financial reporting systems. Reporting to the CFO, responsibilities include maintaining financial records, preparing monthly and annual financial reports, developing and maintaining systems of internal control, external regulatory reporting, coordinating the annual audit, overseeing A/P and payroll and preparing annual budgets. A Bachelors' Degree and at least eight years experience in a hospital or equivalent setting or in a public accounting role with exposure to healthcare clients is required. CPA and/or Masters' Degree a plus.

    Please apply directly to this position on the Careers section of or contact:
    Rebecca Merrill
    HR Business Partner

  • 18 Mar 2018 2:52 PM | Anonymous

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

    We have been engaged to conduct an executive search for a Director of Reimbursement for our client, a health system comprised of a Physician Group, an Acute Care Hospital and a Critical Access Hospital in central Massachusetts.

    Starting salary is up to $135k+ bonus potential, depending on background and experience.

    The Director of Reimbursement will:

    • Be responsible for all third party filings (including but not limited to the Medicare 2552, CHIA-403, and UCC reports).
    • Oversee the system chargemaster and pricing initiatives.
    • Negotiate, as part of a team, with third party payors.
    • Coordinates the third party portion of the annual financial audit.
    • Be responsible for reserve and third –party settlement calculations.
    • Prepare the budget gross to net revenue projections and impacts associated with regulatory and commercial payment impacts.
    • Be responsible for the month end close process related to AR and contractual analysis.
    • Provide strategic direction for provider based initiatives and serve as the lead on implementation projects.
    • Provide strategic direction for the development of a rural health model including Rural Health Clinics and Community Mental Health Centers.
    • Provide general revenue cycle support and process improvement to all departments and stakeholders.
    • Supervise 3 direct reports and 2 consulting engagements associated with DSH and Contract Management.
    • Communicate with various other internal/external customers as necessary, regarding reimbursement issues.
    • Perform net revenue forecasting and budget projections.
    • Perform third party analytical work in support of financial decision making.
    • Reviews Hospital systems and make suggestions for improvement as it related to the Revenue Cycle and Reimbursement.


    • BS or BA with major in Accounting or related field is required
    • 5 to 7 years in Hospital Accounting
    • 4 to 6 years experience in third party reimbursement is required
    • Excellent communications skills – must have a high level of telephone and face-to-face verbal and listening skills in order to communicate effectively with co-workers, supervisors, managers, and outside agencies
    • Effective manager
    • Excellent analytical skills and technical knowledge

    All inquiries will be treated confidentially.

    Please send your resume and salary history to:

    Matthew O’Brien
    The Confidential Search Company

  • 17 Mar 2018 5:45 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Reporting to the CFO, the Accounting Manager is responsible for all areas related to financial reporting, and the oversight and maintenance of general ledger accounting operations of MCHC in accordance with policies and procedures established by management, the Board of Directors and generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). This position will monitor and identify areas that impact the progress of meeting reporting deadlines, assist in the coordination of and participation in year end audit activities, as well as supporting budget and forecasting processes throughout the year.

    Familiarity with the following programs preferred, but not required:

    • Sage 100 – financial software
    • E-Requester – Sage 100 add on product for requisition / PO management
    • Budget Control – requisition to budget management via E-Requester
    • Electronic Invoice approval – invoice routing & approval via E-Requester
    • TMS – time management system & HRIS
    • Fixed Assets – Sage 100 add on product for fixed assets management

    The position will supervise the Accounts Payable and Payroll position(s) as assigned and oversee and coordinate the effective departmental operations amongst the various roles. Supervisory experience of at least 4-5 years is required.

    Please apply online at

  • 19 Feb 2018 8:50 AM | Anonymous

    Reports to President/CEO

    Purpose: Provide leadership on health care financing and reimbursement policies to support the mission and objectives of the New Hampshire Hospital Association and its membership. Provide consultative support and coordinate activities to support NHHA and member hospitals at the local, state and national level regarding all aspects of health care financial policy and hospital revenue cycle management. Serve as the NHHA subject matter expert and a leading public voice on health care financial policy and hospital reimbursement advocacy work. Be responsible for the coordination, dissemination and advocacy of reimbursement and health finance related issues affecting association members.

    FLSA Status: Full-time/Exempt/Salaried

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Serve as a member of the senior leadership team for the NH Hospital Association and Foundation for Healthy Communities, reporting directly to the President of NHHA.
    • Represent the NHHA at the NH legislature in advocating for hospital members on issues related to health care reimbursement and other health care financial policy matters.
    • Represent the NHHA at external stakeholder meetings, forums and presentations as the hospital reimbursement and other health care financial policy subject matter expert.
    • Serve as the primary contact to member hospital CFOs, Controllers, Directors of Managed Care Contracting, Patient Financial Services Directors and Patient Access/Admissions Directors for reimbursement and other health care financial policy issues such as payors issues, 340B, Area Wage Index, Medicaid Enhancement Tax / Disproportionate Share Hospital payments, Medicaid Managed Care contract issues with DHHS, Workers Compensation issues.
    • Convene and lead all finance and revenue-cycle related peer groups to include scheduling regular meetings, preparing meeting agendas, coordinating guest speakers, and required follow-up on all outstanding items that impact on NHHA members.
    • Participate in AHA-related peer groups, actively engage in regular conference calls, workgroups and attend meetings with other hospital association representative annually.
    • Participate in a variety of other external peer groups, such as HFMA local chapter, Managed Care Hospital Association group and represent NHHA at events and forums, when appropriate.
    • Be the point person on financial data analytic contracts with outside vendors and coordinate with member hospitals as needed.
    • Review all key CMS/Medicare proposed rules, conduct and/or review financial models and forecasting analyses and prepare written comments with input from members and other stakeholders.

    Required Skills and Knowledge:

    • Bachelor’s Degree required, ideally in health management and policy or health care finance.
    • Minimum five years’ experience in all facets of health care financing including revenue cycle, contracting, and third party reimbursement.
    • A strong understanding of and preferably experienced in health care and hospitals or with a membership/trade/advocacy organization.
    • A strong background in health care financial policy including data analysis using financial models and forecasting tools.
    • A thorough awareness of health care current events/news and hospital reimbursement models and health reform innovations.
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
    • Ability to draft letters to effectively articulate NHHA’s position on reimbursement and health care finance-related topics.
    • Ability to develop and deliver presentations and testimony to outside entities including the NH legislature.
    • Ability to work both independently and in a team oriented collaborative environment, ability to establish effective interpersonal relationships at all levels of internal staff, outside members, and other health care leaders as well as the legislature.
    • Computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.
    • Excellent organizational skills and an aptitude for detailed problem solving.
    The New Hampshire Hospital Association is located at 125 Airport Road in Concord, NH. 

    Please send a letter describing your qualifications and a resume to Sally Short by March 2, 2018.

  • 28 Dec 2017 1:38 PM | Anonymous

    The Opportunity: Emerson Hospital, a full-service, nonprofit community hospital, is seeking a Senior Director, Financial Operations/Controller. Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, s/he will direct the day-to-day operations of finance. This is a unique opportunity for an outstanding, seasoned finance professional to join a dynamic, highly regarded healthcare provider in the northwest suburbs of Boston.

    The Position: The Senior Director of Financial Operations manages general accounting, managed care, financial reporting, budget/financial planning, decision support, supply chain management, treasury management and functions as the Hospital’s Controller. As a strategic leader of the Finance Team, the Senior Director will be key in driving continuous process improvement and creating and sustaining functional and cultural enhancements, while working side by side with the team and coaching future finance leaders.

    The Senior Director manages a department of 80 employees with 3 direct reports: Director of Accounting, Director of Supply Chain Management, Manager of Budget and Decision Support.

    The Ideal Candidate: The ideal candidate for this position is a strong and accomplished leader with deep subject matter and hands-on expertise in hospital finance. A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, or Information Systems is required and a CPA and/or a Master’s Degree are preferred. Evidence of continuing education in accounting, finance, business, or healthcare administration required. Minimum of 7 to 10 years work experience in hospital finance with knowledge and ability to prepare and analyze financial statements and budgets required. Minimum of 5 years management experience required.

    Location: Concord, Massachusetts, is an affluent and historic community that offers an extraordinary quality of life to its more than 15,000 residents. Concord and the surrounding communities of Acton, Carlisle, Lincoln, Lexington, Sudbury, and Westford are a short 30-minute drive from Boston, one hour away from the coast of Maine, and two hours from the mountains of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont. Endless choices are available for culture, recreation, and sporting events. The classic New England towns that make up Emerson’s primary service area have a long tradition of strong, local government where the town meeting was invented and still thrives with active resident participation. School systems have scored consistently high on state and national tests, and the area offers some of the best public and private schools in the country.

    Please forward resume or referrals (email preferred) to:

    Claire Connolly
    Phillips DiPisa
    Phone: 781-749-6410

    About Phillips DiPisa: Phillips DiPisa 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

  • 14 Dec 2017 1:20 PM | Anonymous

    Position Description:

    North Country Healthcare was established in April 2016, by the affiliation of four regional critical access hospitals, Littleton Regional Healthcare in Littleton, Androscoggin Valley Hospital in Berlin, Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital in Colebrook, and Weeks Medical Center in Lancaster, along with a home health services division. This robust affiliation is now a highly successful $200M net revenue integrated regional health delivery system dedicated to providing healthcare services to the people in northern New Hampshire and the surrounding communities.

    The Chief Financial Officer will be a key member of the management team and will provide leadership and oversight for the health system’s accounting and finance functions, including general accounting, financial controls, internal/external financial accounting and reporting policy, audit, health information management and patient access, IT, payroll, revenue cycle, treasury, managed care, purchasing and budgeting/financial planning functions and efforts. This executive manages the budget and uses financial data to make recommendations to support decision-making ensuring the long-term financial viability of the organization. S/he will be responsible for leading the development of appropriate shared services, providing financial management discipline and leadership at the system level, and partnering closely with the CEO as the system continues to develop through future strategic plans.

    The successful candidate will possess the following:

    • A Master’s Degree in business, finance or accounting or a Bachelor’s Degree in business, finance, or accounting and be a Certified Public Accountant.
    • A minimum of 10 years in a senior financial leadership role within a rural community or regional-based acute care hospital setting. Experience within a Critical Access Hospital and within a multi-hospital system is preferred.
    • Prior and successful experience with created a finance shared service platform and having supported the development of a multi-hospital system is preferred.
    • Strong healthcare financial management skills and expertise with a track record for improving profitability within a competitive market and challenging reimbursement environment.
    • Prior successful treasury and investment experience is necessary.

    Littleton, New Hampshire, a town in Grafton County, is home to Dartmouth College and Plymouth State University. The region has often been cited as among “the best places to live” in the United States. This quintessential New England community is a four-season resort located in the heart of the White Mountains. It combines the charm and tranquility of rural New Hampshire with the services and amenities that would be the envy of much larger communities. The town is conveniently located less than 1½ hours from Concord, New Hampshire, and three hours to Montreal, Quebec or Boston, Massachusetts. Housing is affordable, and the educational options are excellent. For additional information, visit

  • 13 Nov 2017 10:28 AM | Anonymous

    Charge Master Analyst: The Accounting/Finance department at UVMHN Porter Medical Center is seeking a full time Charge Master Analyst (80 hours per pay period, days, exempt). Eligible for full benefits.

    The Charge Description Master Analyst reports directly to the Senior Financial Analyst and is responsible for the content, integrity, and maintenance of both the facilities and the provider- based physician Charge Description Master (CDM). Read, interpret, and distribute coding and billing guidelines to all departments to ensure regulatory compliance.

    Position Responsibilities (Essential Functions):

    • Assists in ensuring that the Chargemaster is in accordance with government compliance policies and procedures, as well as third party payor needs.
    • Review, identify, and analyze necessary CPT changes related to quarterly and annual AMA CPT updates and regulatory changes by timelines set.
    • Works with revenue producing departments to ensure the ongoing coordinated consistency of the Chargemaster, including accurate descriptions, coding, additions, deletions, pricing, and any other changes.
    • Work with Senior Financial Analyst to perform applicable analyses to understand net revenue effect of proposed Chargemaster changes.
    • Perform internal billing audits to ensure correcting coding/billing regulatory compliance and charge capture accuracy.
    • Serves as resource to Patient Financial Services staff for reporting problems and denials on individual claims. Assists in researching coding issues and recommends solution to account representative. Identifies source of problem and works with Senior Financial Analyst to implement corrective actions to ensure that the Chargemaster is updated to prevent future rejections/denials and to ensure accurate and expedient reimbursement.
    • Assist in strategic pricing process to optimize reimbursement within budget guidelines.
    • Participate in ongoing coordination and resolution of revenue issues as they arise.
    • Assists in troubleshooting and resolving issues related to the patient revenue cycle, and assists in development and recommendations.
    • Performs other duties as assigned by the Senior Financial Analyst.

    Qualifications: Two or more years’ experience in Coding and/or Chargemaster Maintenance preferred. A broad knowledge of external trends, regulations, etc. affecting healthcare, hospital, and physicians is needed to be able to work with internal department managers and implement a compliant charge process and ensure that managers are educated. Familiarity with case management concepts, medical terminology, managed care issues, both charging and billing practices, and corporate compliance matters preferred. Must exhibit excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Must possess strong analytical and problem solving skills and have the ability to work from a general concept to finished product with minimal direction and supervision.

    Education: Associated Degree or equivalent work experience in CDM required. CPC-H, CPC, CCS, RHIA, RHIT, or other coding certification strongly preferred.

    For more information and to apply, visit and click on "Careers."

  • 09 Oct 2017 12:43 PM | Anonymous

    Position Description: The Accounting Analyst position involves preparation and execution of daily, monthly, and yearly information pertaining to financial and statistical information. Position requirements involve a multitude of different performance needs. Position requires sharp physical/mental analytical skills in a fast paced, highly detailed, computer environment.


    • High school diploma with previous bookkeeping experience required.
    • 2-year Accounting or Business degree preferred

    Experience/skill sets:

    • 3 years direct recent experience as an Accountant or Financial Analyst in a computer centered environment preferred

    Licensure/certification(s): None Required

    Apply here:

  • 28 Sep 2017 8:04 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: FCHN is the sole hospital network serving the rural community of Greater Franklin County. We have been serving the residents of Franklin County since 1929 through community education, emergency services, surgical services, and outpatient and inpatient care. We are an award winning health system that combines high quality patient care, advanced technology, and modern facilities with strong community values.

    FCHN services consist of:

    • Franklin Memorial Hospital – 65 bed full service community hospital
    • Franklin Health – a multi-specialty group practice that includes 9 medical and surgical practices.
    • Evergreen Behavioral Services – provide emergency mental health and case management services
    • NorthStar – the regions ambulance service
    • Health Community Coalition – offers health screenings, health information, and programs and events to support healthy lifestyles that prevent disease and improve quality of life.

    The Director of Finance is responsible for the efficient and effective operation of assigned departments and programs and the management of the hospital’s financial activities, such as receipt of revenues, expenditures of funds and conservation of hospital assets. Through subordinates, supervise and coordinate the functions of general accounting, budget/reimbursement, patient billing, patient registration and material.

    Position Qualifications:

    • Education and Training: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration or Accounting. Master’s Degree or CPA preferred.
    • Experience: Minimum of five to seven years experience of financial leadership in hospital/healthcare administration.
    • Other requirements (special skills): Must be able to effectively communicate, express ideas, research, survey, comprehend, analyze, plan, organize and control the activities of assigned departments/programs.

    Helen Stamelos
    MaineHealth Executive Recruitment
    7 Bramhall Street
    Portland, ME
    Phone: 207-662-6263

  • 30 Aug 2017 6:18 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 Controller for our client, a financially strong, acute care medical center with over 500 primary and specialty care medical staff, serving over 100,000 patients each year, located in southern NH.

    The salary range is $91,000 to $171,000 with a target range of $120,000 to 140,000 but there may be flexibility for an outstanding, well-qualified candidate.

    Relocation assistance will be considered as appropriate.

    The Controller for the Medical Center is responsible for the leadership and oversight to the Medical Center accounting, finance, budget and reimbursement functions. The Controller will be responsible for managing the day-to-day accounting and finance operations including accurate and timely reporting, development of and monitoring of the annual operating budget and cost reporting.

    The Controller will:

    • Manage the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of the Medical Center Accounting, Finance, Budget and Reimbursement departments
    • Oversee Medical Center financial reporting and internal controls utilizing knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
    • Oversight and leadership of the reimbursement department including review of various hospital reimbursement models, cost report filings, and third party liabilities
    • Direct, plan and implement the budget process. Oversee the preparation of the annual budgets according to annually establish calendar
    • Oversee a group that supports the budgeting and cost report system and various databases and systems that support the Medical Center
    • Assure Medical Center compliance with federal, state, and local government laws and regulations, accrediting agency standards and hospital policies and procedures rules and regulations
    • Oversee other finance areas such as treasury, audit, tax, accounting information technology and interacts with other aligned departments such as revenue cycle, human resources and materials management
    • Stay apprised of all relevant regulations, standards, and directives from regulatory agencies and third-party payers


    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business or related discipline
    • 7 years healthcare finance in a hospital or health care delivery system setting with progressive scope of responsibilities
    • CPA preferred but not required
    • Knowledge and experience in hospital reimbursement, budgeting, and hospital accounting
    • Experience in and knowledge of hospital reimbursement and ability to provide leadership to the reimbursement function
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications. Experience with accounting software strongly preferred
    • Ability to focus on detail, yet envision the big picture
    • Ability to provide a high level of customer service across the organization
    • Excellent communications skills
    • Ability to succeed in a fast-paced environment and adjust to change while providing high quality, efficient service
    • Ability to interpret and process information and be able to communicate complex issues in a way that is understandable to those without strong financial backgrounds
    • Ability to work independently in a team environment
    • Ability to develop, lead and motivate staff

    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

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