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Career positions are published on this page at no charge. Please email the placement notice in Microsoft Word or similar format to Rebekah Francis. The position will remain on the site for three months or until it has been filled.

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  • 12/09/2019 12:54 PM | Rebekah Francis (Administrator)

    Location: Nashville
    FLSA Status: Exempt
    Reports To: Director, Revenue Cycle
    Job Specifics: Mon-Fri/Full-time, onsite

    Manages a team of billing specialists in follow up of Medicare, Medicaid, Medicare replacement and Medicaid HMO claims. Ensures adherence to all Federal and State Compliance Regulations. Coordinates staff assignments. Monitors productivity and AR performance.


    • Manage staff in the Billing department (including billing, follow-up, collections, customer service team members)
    • Implement and/or assist/manage internal billing process and procedures
    • Implement and/or assist/manage processes for verification of patient benefits
    • Be responsible for preparation of invoices and 1500 forms
    • Propose improvements to help teams achieve success.
    • Audit accuracy and completeness of information for claim submission.
    • Prepare and submit clean claims in various methods (e.g., electronically, paper, online)
    • Identify and resolve patient billing complaints
    • Coordinate collection of needed insurance documents for billing
    • Rebill insurance companies or other third parties to secure payment for patients
    • Follow-up and report status of delinquent accounts


    • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience
    • 5+ years SNF experience in Medicare Medicaid UB04 and 1500 billing, follow up and Federal and State Compliance Regulations
    • Ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels within the organization
    • 3+ years of staff management experience.
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications

    Resumes welcomed:

    Kevin Cullen
    Cumberland Search, LLC

  • CEO

    11/19/2019 4:24 PM | Rebekah Francis (Administrator)


    Knoxville Pediatric Associates is a physician-owned and independent pediatric practice with 32 physicians in five office locations in East Tennessee.  We are seeking a new CEO due to the retirement of our current CEO after 24 years in the position. 


    The ideal candidate must be a proactive and enthusiastic leader, with superb planning, organizational, negotiation, interpersonal, and communication skills.  Requisite qualifications include:

    • A Bachelor’s degree in business, healthcare or related fields is required, and a Master’s degree in healthcare administration or MBA is strongly preferred. CMPE or FACMPE accreditation is desirable.
    • Significant experience in a medical office or healthcare management position, preferably in a private practice setting.
    • Excellent organizational/multi-tasking skills.
    • Accounting/finance knowledge.
    • Negotiation skills.
    • Experience with EMR software.

    Work Locations

    Knoxville and surrounding area of East Tennessee (four locations in Knox County and one location in neighboring Blount County).


    Resumes to:
  • 10/02/2019 5:58 PM | Rebekah Francis (Administrator)

    The Counselor's responsibilities include, but are not limited, the following:

    Provide comfort care and counseling to patients.

    Provide patient education and observance of induction medication timing.

    Ensure accountability of treatment program and patient compliance.

    Conduct initial and ongoing patient information collection.

    Assist patients in creating realistic goals toward achieving freedom from addiction.

    Act as a clinic resource and assure compliance with HIPPA and CFR42 Part 2 regulations.

    Successful candidates are candidates who have excellent verbal and written communication skills, possess an ability to use independent judgement, have the ability to assist patients in the change process while developing therapeutic relationships with patients, and have the ability to compassionately work with individuals from all backgrounds in a nondiscriminatory manner.

    Required Education, Licensure, Certification:

    Bachelor's Degree in a human services field (psychology, sociology, social work, family studies, human services, counseling, nursing, or another human service degree program related to working with individuals with substance use disorders.)

    Minimum of 1 year of full-time employment working in a human services setting OR Master's Degree in behavioral science, as defined above.

    REQUIRED:Kentucky- Licensure or certification in medical health or social services field including but not limited to CSW, LCSW, LPCC, LPCA, LMFT.

    Typical shifts are 8-12 hours. Flexibility for weekday, weekend, holiday, and evening hours is required. Some travel may be required.

    Interested candidates should submit an application including a resume and short cover letter explaining your interest and qualifications for the position by visiting

  • 09/25/2019 4:45 PM | Rebekah Francis (Administrator)

    Maintain revenue integrity and regulatory compliance while optimizing systems and processes to maximize cash inflows. Guide, develop and support the central AR team to be goal-oriented individual contributors on a team committed to providing exceptional customer service and producing collection results


    ·         Manage and direct the revenue cycle for the skilled nursing facilities and support audits

    ·         Coordinate and collaborate with field staff to support revenue cycle functions

    ·         Collaborate with leadership on collection processes to support collection targets and revenue metrics

    ·         Maintain Revenue Cycle Metrics to identify training opportunities and performance gaps

    ·         Provide oversight and direction to effectively manage accounts receivable

    ·         Assist Reimbursement Supervisors with development and execution of productivity and quality metrics for billing team to accelerate reimbursement and reduce denials

    ·         Facilitate standardization of revenue cycle processes and ensure standards maintain regulatory compliance

    ·         Develop, implement and monitor financial and performance objectives and identify efficiencies to optimize revenue and cash flow

    ·         Maintain timely billing practices that follow all applicable regulations and standards

    ·         Maintain Bad Debt in an amount not to exceed the established goals

    ·         Meet or exceed goals for customer satisfaction scores annually

    ·         Train, develop and motivate staff to accomplish individual and team goals


    ·         Bachelor’s degree required.

    ·         Minimum 8 years’ experience in skilled nursing with minimum 5+ years in management

    ·         Strong knowledge of accounting in a skilled nursing facility

    ·         Strong leadership & team building skills to encourage collaboration and communication

    ·         Strong Analytical thinking and Project Management

    ·         Effective Communication, verbal and written

    ·         Must be able to handle protected/confidential information (HIPAA)

    Resumes welcomed:

    Kevin Cullen
    Cumberland Search, LLC

  • 09/03/2019 3:42 PM | Rebekah Francis (Administrator)

    Blue Ridge Dermatology Associates, PA is seeking an experienced Practice Administrator.   The incoming individual will become the Administrator for a well-established dermatology practice celebrating 20 years in the community. The practice desires to have the new executive in place by November 1, 2019 or sooner if available.

     Established in 1999, Blue Ridge Dermatology is an independent dermatology group consisting of 8 physicians practicing medical and surgical dermatology, with a cosmetic center including an aesthetician and nurse injector, and 48 staff. In addition to its main office operation in Raleigh, the Practice also has a satellite office in Cary.

     Blue Ridge Dermatology holds a strong market position and is looking at growth in the number of physicians and other providers. The practice also offers Pediatric and Cosmetic subspecialties. Working closely with the Board of Directors, the ideal candidate will have a strong operational background and proven leadership abilities, visionary qualities, extensive financial and operations management background, knowledge, education, and experience to be successful in leading the organization. The Practice Administrator will be responsible for leading the effort to create and implement its strategic plan, while ensuring daily operations and financial processes are optimized. This includes succession planning, provider recruitment, analysis and development of service lines, outcomes, payment reform, compliance and marketing. Applicant must have strong computer skills within EHR, Practice Management, Financial Dashboards, Accounting, and Microsoft Office. The successful candidate will also have responsibility for overseeing Human Resource functions at Blue Ridge Dermatology, and should have experience in addressing matters related to EEO, Title VII, FMLA, FLSA, OSHA, ERISA, ACA, ADA, ADEA, Worker's Compensation, Unemployment Benefits, and other federal and state employment related matters as well as Personnel Policies.


    • Develops a culture that emphasizes collaboration, accountability and performance with a shared vision for the future.

    • Directs and implements the clinic's mission and strategic plan to achieve its strategic and financial goals.

    • Develops and updates organizational design, management, and processes for maximum productivity, efficiency and cost effectiveness.

     • Ensures the financial viability of the clinic by maintaining control systems to control finances and staffing.

    • Provides visible and approachable leadership enhancing working relationships among the staff and physicians.

    • Ensures clinic compliance with all regulatory agencies governing health care delivery and the rules of accrediting bodies.

    • Continually monitors operations, programs, physical properties. Initiates appropriate changes.

    • Identifies opportunities to enhance market share and financial position through development of partnerships, affiliations, and growth strategies.

    • Mentors staff and provides opportunities for professional growth and development. Creates an environment that promotes employee satisfaction and retention as well as patient satisfaction.

    • Represents the clinic in its relationships with other health organizations, government agencies, and third-party payers.

    • Serves as liaison and channel of communication between the board and its committees, the medical and administrative staffs.

    • ·         Direct supervision of administrative and clinical staff and facilities management.


    • A Bachelor's degree in business, healthcare or related fields is required, and a Master's degree in healthcare administration, or MBA is strongly preferred. Candidates with CMPE or FACMPE accreditation through the American College of Medical Practice Executives will be given special attention.

     • Progressive leadership with a minimum of five to ten years' experience as a senior executive in an operations or finance position in an independent group practice. Experience in Dermatology is preferred.

    • Experience in management accounting, financial management and the use of data analytics and benchmarking to achieve better financial and operational outcomes.

    • Proven success in physician recruiting and retention, including compensation plan design will be advantageous.

    • Experience in contract and reimbursement negotiations, value based payment models and shared savings agreements.

    • Experience in drafting and enforcing Employee Handbook policies.

    • Experience in overseeing administrative reviews, audits and/or charges regarding federal and state employment laws including responding to charges filed with or requests for information from federal and/or state administrative agencies.

    • Prior involvement with successful clinical quality improvement programs and the production of high patient and employee satisfaction results.

    • Experience in marketing and business development with a medical group and demonstrated success fostering positive relationships with integrated delivery systems, payer organizations and other independent medical practices.

    • The Practice Administrator will also be expected to represent the practice in all external relationships, and be actively involved in MGMA, ADAM, and legislative forums.

    Email cover letter and resume to:  Lavanya Nagaraj

  • 08/16/2019 5:23 PM | Rebekah Francis (Administrator)

    Progressive dermatology practice in the Chattanooga, TN area seeks a results-oriented working manager with proven success in day-to-day responsibility for operations, financials, human resources, and compliance.

    Highly respected providers and great staff in single location with pleasant work environment. 

    Successful candidate will hold a four-year college degree, be experienced in medical practice management, jump in with the team when necessary, and possess strong accounting, technology, marketing/social media, and people management skills. At least three years of experience working with EMR, OSHA, CLIA, HIPAA, MACRA-MIPS is preferred for oversight of practice compliance. Competitive compensation & benefits package. Relocation allowance considered.

    Reply to Chattanooga Area Practice Manager (CAPM) by email to


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