Montefiore Medical Center's Division of Clinical Pathology is responsible for the laboratory testing of blood, urine, and body fluids for disease diagnosis and health maintenance. Utilizing the latest advances in computer technology, the Division maintains millions of dollars of state-of-the-art automated equipment at its laboratory sites and services hospitals, nursing homes, the Montefiore Medical Group, faculty practices, and voluntary physicians' offices at more than 40 sites. 
This position will be responsible to oversee a wide range of administrative, operational, financial, strategic, and quality initiatives for the Department of Pathology. The Administrator is responsible for the overall financial operations of the Department including business services, accounting, financial modeling, operational and capital financial planning, budgeting/forecasting, financial reporting, revenue cycle, auditing functions, and internal controls. This position will analyze and optimize revenue opportunities for the department across inpatient and ambulatory practices.  This position will work with leadership to align service lines with strategy, driving change efforts, and ensuring the advancement of business initiatives.  This position will collaborate with leaders across the organization to streamline services, improve efficiency and optimize financial opportunities.  This position will be responsible for overseeing all recruitment, staffing, retention, associate performance, facilities management, practice efficiency/ improvement and regulatory compliance. Has cross campus responsibilities, authority, and accountability for the department. This position will collaborate with departmental leadership and the organization on strategic goals, business development opportunities and overall efficiency of the Department of Pathology.


•    In collaboration with the leadership plans, develop and manage short- and long-range strategic goals including assessing resources, develop business plans for new programs, define metrics, coordinate with practices and leading implementation efforts
•    Direct annual preparation and monthly monitoring of budgets.  Implement fiscal management systems to meet department and organizational financial goals through forecasting, monitoring of expense trends, preparation of contribution margin variance analyses and develop interventions to correct deficiencies to present to leadership
•    Establish development plans and annual performance goals to monitor associate’s engagement and growth opportunities 
•    Direct administrative functions needed to recruit and retain associates including overseeing budget capacity for new personnel, credentialing, on-boarding processes with HR, payroll processing, and opportunities for salary adjustments and bonuses. Manage recruitment, hiring, training, supervising and discipline process of department
•    Prepare and analyze dashboards to present metrics to divisional leadership regarding revenue, expenses, and other operational performance metrics
•    Direct activities related to marketing, PR, communication, and information availability, e.g., website redesign and efforts to direct patient and referring physicians to the website; coordinate internally to procure content/patient stories for marketing and PR efforts, implementation of media plan
•    Promote satisfaction in accordance with standards of Montefiore Excellence. Ensure compliance with balanced scorecard performance measures and regulatory agency standards
•    Implement and monitor regulatory, hospital and departmental policies, standards, practices, and procedures ensuring compliance, response, and resolution
•    Lead / participate in departmental or hospital wide committees, programs, and initiatives
•    Administrative point of contact to Chair and leadership for identifying and resolving operational issues, communicating information, and facilitating required actions as well as streamline services.
•    Analyze and monitor volume, cost, and revenue metrics to ensure efficient operational workflow
•    Streamline services across locations to ensure proper communication and operational needs are met to business areas
•    Oversee financial operations of a multi-mission department including, but not limited to business services, financial planning, budgeting, accounting, reporting, auditing functions, and internal controls. Perform budget variance analysis and forecasts; provide explanations for material variances; escalate issues to leadership; partner with stakeholders to develop and execute a correction plan


•    Bachelor's Degree required in Finance, Masters degree preferred
•    10 years + of work experience preferred
•    Strong Finance background including budget and reporting experience, management skills necessary to organize, direct and evaluate the activities of hospital personnel, Analytical skills necessary for problem solving decision making required
•    Proficiency with EPIC, Strata, SAP, HCM and Kronos, Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel, and Word required
•    Excellent communication, writing skills, grammar, teamwork skills, and ability to adapt well to change required
•    Proficient with customer service principles, Computer literacy, ability to analyze / develop reports required
•    Knowledge of documentation regulations / coding and systems
•    Identification of actual and potential high-risk situations and quality issues with appropriate intervention including resolution, recommendation, referral, escalation, and reporting
•    Ability to learn/accept new technologies and medical center business applications


This position is located at the Moses campus in Pathology Administration. The hours are 8:30am - 5:00pm.


Department: Pathology Bargaining Unit: Non Union Campus: MOSES  Employment Status: Regular Full-Time Address: 111 East 210th Street, Bronx
Shift: Day Scheduled Hours: 8:30 AM-5 PM Req ID: 216781 Salary Range/Pay Rate: $198,719.23 - $264,958.98    


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