•The target pay range for this position is $175,000-$300,000 annually which includes a base pay component plus an incentive bonus. Compensation decisions are determined using factors such as relevant job-related skills, experience, and education. Incentives are performance-based according to annually set goals and targets. Should an offer of employment be made, we will consider individual qualifications.
•$10,000 annual expense account
•Vacation accrual at 25 days annually
•Sick leave accrual at 12 days annually
•6 paid federal holidays
•Coverage under group life and disability insurance policies
•Health, vision, dental and prescription health insurance for you as the employee
•Retirement contribution of 3% to 401K component of plan plus an additional profit sharing contribution annually.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
About Salem Radiology Consultants, PC
Private practice radiology group in Salem, Oregon is recruiting for an experienced CEO to provide oversight and administration for all aspects of the practice. Salem Radiology Consultants, PC is a busy, physician-owned, financially stable and growing practice that has been a trusted provider of radiology services in the Salem, Oregon community for the past 50 years. The growing group currently consists of 24 radiologists, 6 physician extenders and 80 employees performing approximately 400,000 exams annually across 2 hospitals, a large multi-specialty clinic, and a radiologist owned outpatient imaging center. All facilities utilize the Epic IT platform with the billing function performed in-house.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is the most senior non-physician leader, and as such is responsible for leading the organization in the achievement of sustainable operational and strategic goals in partnership with the shareholder physicians. The CEO maintains responsibility and accountability for the organization’s operational management, fiscal management, human resource management, compliance, external relationships, marketing, and strategic planning. The CEO reports to the President and an engaged executive committee comprised of 4 owner radiologists, with ultimate accountability to the physician Board of Directors. Positions reporting to this position include the Chief Financial Officer, Chief Information Officer, Chief Operations Officer, Human Resources Director, and Revenue Cycle Manager. The organization’s incumbent CEO will continue to provide support and oversight to the board for special projects and will be available as a resource to the successful candidate during their initial transition.
In addition to practice administration responsibilities, this position also functions as the fiduciary trust administrator for the corporate retirement plan under a 3(38) arrangement and has responsibilities managing multiple limited liability companies that hold commercial properties and a joint venture informatics LLC that provides medical image archiving, image distribution and voice recognition technology to providers within the region.
Primary Job Responsibilities
Through visible and approachable leadership, promotes a culture that emphasizes collaboration, accountability, and performance with a shared vision for the future.
Effectively manages the quality of services and relationships with providers and patients to maintain and grow patient referral patterns.
Establishes and maintains the credibility and confidence of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors.
Management and oversight of the company finances and accounting activities; implementing policies, procedures, and practices consistent with sound accounting principles and internal financial controls.
Ability to compile and produce financial reporting and analysis necessary for the operation of the business and as periodically requested by the board of directors.
Responsible for the planning, monitoring and direction of all areas, functions, and non-physician staff. Effectively manage the human resources function of the organization, creating a positive and motivating work environment that recognizes outstanding work performance by staff while also enforcing progressive disciplinary action when appropriate.
Positively represent the organization in relationships with external entities including but not limited to: other healthcare organizations, government agencies, third party payers client sites, public accountants, legal counsel, agents and consultants.
Provide oversight over a critical IT infrastructure that serves as the backbone for all clinical and financial activities of the organization.
Ensure the activities of the business are in compliance with all federal, state and local laws and regulations.
Responsible for the contracting functions of the organization for a variety of activities including capital purchases, equipment service agreements, financing activities, and health insurance payer agreements.
Oversee quarterly physician compensation and distributions as well as execute shareholder admissions and withdrawals using an established valuation and documentation process.
Assist the President in establishing agendas for shareholder and executive committee meetings as well as attend all meetings with any requested reports to inform members about current trends, problems, and operational activities to facilitate decision making and planning.
Oversee the recruitment and onboarding of new physicians and physician extenders including such functions as identification of candidates, employment contract development and negotiation, relocation assistance and timely hospital credentialing.
Identify opportunities to enhance market share and financial position through development of partnerships, affiliations, and growth strategies.
Management of commercial properties and facilities ensuring proper maintenance according to schedules with tenant improvements coordinated and performed as necessary.
Provide oversight over all equipment used in the operation of the business ensuring scheduled maintenance and replacement of systems according to a schedule that distributes the financial impact of capital equipment.
Ensure operational efficiency for all aspects of the organization.
Functions as the Trust Administrator with fiduciary responsibility under a 3(38) arrangement for an approximately $45 million retirement plan.
Execute projects consistent with the goals and strategy of the organization.
Performs all other duties as assigned.
Minimum Required Experience, Job Knowledge/Skills and Education
Minimum of four (4) years of senior management experience at a physician medical practice.
Bachelor’s Degree required.
Detailed knowledge of medical clinic operations, including the revenue cycle, sufficient to direct its operations and to provide effective and efficient patient care.
A “hands-on” person with a verifiable record of successful outcomes related to primary job responsibilities and a strong commitment to service, quality, and an ability to respond to the needs of all constituents.
Exceptional financial, analytical, leadership, and communications skills.
Additional Preferred Qualities
Master’s Degree in business administration or healthcare administration preferred.
Radiology specialty experience preferred.
Specialty physician practice experience preferred.
General knowledge and understanding of the regulatory environment as it pertains to healthcare.
Experience with varied types of contract negotiations.
Salem Radiology Consultants, more commonly known in the local community as SRC, was established in 1973. Salem Radiology Consultants is solely owned by a group of radiologist physicians who operate an outpatient imaging facility in Salem, Oregon as well as contract with other organizations to provide radiology professional and management services. SRC is proud to provide expert radiologist services to our business partners, McMinnville Hospital, Salem Hospital, Salem Clinic, The Portland Clinic, Urgent Care Center and West Valley Hospital.
Salem Radiology Consultants is the largest radiology group in the region and offers a depth of specialization that is more characteristic of radiology departments at major academic medical centers than in the private practice setting.