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Practice Administrator, Pediatrics Northwest, PS
Tacoma, WA


Top Executive level position for one of the largest and oldest Pediatric practices in Washington State. The individual selected for this position will report directly to the Board of Directors and will have full operational responsibility and authority for the 4 General and Sub Specialty Pediatric practices located throughout the South Puget Sound region. Partnering with physician leaders this individual will provide strategic vision and operational stewardship insuring that the mission of providing high quality care to the children of our communities - regardless of their ability to pay - is sustained.

The ideal individual for this position will have a minimum of 5 years of experience in the Healthcare industry with a strong preference to those who have operational experience in a clinical or outpatient setting. Strong communication, interpersonal, financial, operational, and strategic planning skills are required. The ability to build teams and mentor the leaders and teams around them will be critical for success.

General Description of the Position’s Function and Purpose

The ADMINISTRATOR manages and directs all business operations and functions of the corporation, including, but not limited to strategic planning, corporate governance, financial management, human resources management, quality assurance, IT and data management and corporate compliance.  The ADMINISTRATOR will demonstrate good interpersonal communication skills, as well as coaching and mentoring skills for the management team.  The ADMINISTRATOR must work well under pressure, meeting multiple and sometimes competing deadlines, representing all components of the corporation.  The ADMINISTRATOR will promote the vision and mission of the corporation in all internal and external affairs.  The ADMINISTRATOR will demonstrate a clear understanding of the local medical environment with regards to payer contracting, relationships between health care delivery systems, provider recruitment and patient growth and retention.

Responsibilities and Principal Accountabilities 

 Corporate Governance and Strategic Planning

  • Facilitate the establishment and monitoring of the appropriate corporate legal structure for the organization, including maintenance and revisions of corporate documents.
  • Lead the integration of the corporate mission statement into all aspects of the organization’s culture.
  • Lead development of the organization’s strategic plan (short term and long term) and its implementation.
  • Establish, communicate, implement and monitor production and compensation standards for physician and mid-level professional staff.
  • Implement and/or support organization leadership management of clinical staff conduct and performance expectations or programs.
  • Encourage and lead participation in advocacy endeavors at local, state and national levels.

Business Operations

  •  Implement and monitor business operation plans.
  •  Develop, implement and oversee systems for the purchase of materials and equipment, including equipment leases and maintenance agreements
  • Oversee facilities planning and mainte­nance activities to meet the organization’s current and future needs.  Includes review of facility leases and contracts
  • Manage discernment process for identification and utilization of out­sourced expertise and business partners.
  • Develop and implement a marketing and communication plan.  

Financial Management

  • Budget preparation and overhead analysis
  • Accounts Payable management, including oversight for all purchasing activity
  • Billing Department oversight including fee schedule maintenance and billing protocols
  • Security safeguards including internal controls and audits
    •  Accounting and Financial statements

Corporate Contracting

  • Employment Agreements
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • By Laws
  • Leases, including buildings and equipment
  • Payer contracts and agreements

Human Resources Management

  • Oversee effective staffing strategy; wage and benefits analysis including group health insurance coverage, flex plan, retirement plan contracting
  • Supervise, develop, and mentor leaders within the organization
  • Supervise the providers to include development of systems, processes and structure for training, ongoing support and performance monitoring
  • Provide personal commitment to enhance knowledge, skills and abilities in health care administration.

Quality Assurance

  • Monitor the peer review process for clinical staff, including chart reviews
  • Oversee patient satisfaction and customer service programs.
  • Identify, develop and maintain benchmarks for establishing practice performance standards.
  • Create internal processes and systems to participate in pay-for-performance programs to enhance health care quality.
  • Develop and monitor a program for staff, business and equipment credentialing and licensure.
  • Maintain Meaningful Use standards

IT and Data Management

  • Develop and maintain appropriate internal communication pathways for staff
  • Develop a technology plan that establishes the criteria for selection and implementation of IT, including Electronic Health Record, Practice Management System, internet strategies and telecommunication, timeclock, social media
  • Maintain and monitor maintenance contracts

Risk Management

  • Monitor all open legal issues involving the company or individual providers
  • Construct and monitor reliable control systems
  • Maintain appropriate insurance coverage – property and professional liability
  • Ensure that record keeping meets the requirements of government agencies
    • Develop and implement a risk management plan to ensure a safe environment for patients, staff and visitors.
    • Establish a plan for disaster response and recovery.
    • Develop and implement a compliance program for federal and state laws and regulations, including HIPAA, OSHA/WISHA, FMLA, FLSA, CLIA, Hazardous Waste, Medicare, DSHS and other insurance payers
    • HIPAA Privacy and Security Officer
    • Maintain appropriate levels of insurance, including professional, property, business


  • Adheres to the policies outlined in the PNW Employee manual
  • Adheres to the PNW Standards of Conduct
  • Complies with annual health testing requirements
  • Completes mandatory training updates
  •  Performs other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors 

Qualifications—Minimum Requirements          

  1. Education – Masters in Business Administration or a Masters degree in a Health Services program strongly preferred
  2. Experience - 5-years leadership in a medical office setting or similar healthcare leadership experience.

Typical Physical Demands

Prolonged sitting, some bending, some lifting, stooping and stretching.  Good eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a keyboard, scanner, photocopier, telephone, calculator and other office equipment.  Must have appropriate range of hearing and eyesight to record, prepare and communicate appropriate reports.

Typical Working Conditions

Normal office environment with weekend on call rotation and holiday rotation

PNW believes that each employee makes a significant contribution to our success.  Contributions can be within and outside of responsibilities and principal accountabilities.  It is our expectation that each employee will offer his/her services wherever and whenever necessary to ensure the success of our endeavors.

Position Descriptions represent a general outline of job duties, functions and qualifications. They are not intended to be detailed or comprehensive in nature.  In addition, positions evolve over time and their description may not reflect the precise nature of the position at a given point in time.

It is PNW’s policy to base hiring decisions solely on the individual’s ability to perform essential position functions.   Persons with disabilities are eligible for this position provided they could perform those functions with reasonable accommodation. 

Applicants who are interested should send their resume and any related materials to David Nicewonger, [email protected].

Director of General Pediatrics and Pediatric Specialties, Providence Medical Group
Spokane, WA

Providence is calling a Director of General Pediatrics and Pediatric Specialties (Days, Full Time) to Providence Medical Group in Spokane, Washington.

We are a community of caregivers delivering every day on our Mission to provide compassionate care that is accessible for all - especially those who are poor and vulnerable.

In this position, you will:

  • Work with operations to meet Providence Medical Group's strategic goals.
  • Provide on-going leadership and management of specialty clinics and services within Providence Medical Group, through the development and implementation of management and patient care systems to assure cost-effective and quality day-to day operation.
  • Work closely with program, hospital and leadership to develop new clinics and services.
  • Advise senior physician group leaders regarding administrative and operational matters.
  • Lead and participate in the Providence Medical Group division-wide special projects, committees and task forces.
  • Partner with Lead Physician to lead the specialty departments in delivering high quality, cost efficient care.


Required qualifications for this position include:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 3 or more years of experience in medical group management at a senior level
  • Demonstrated expertise in computers in word-processing and spreadsheet software

Preferred qualifications for this position include:

  • Master's degree in Health Care Administration or Business Administration
  • Multi-specialty experience in an ambulatory care environment

About the clinic you will serve.

Providence Medical Group is a group of primary care, specialty care and hospital-based medical providers who serve eastern Washington in multiple clinic locations. Our providers and staff strive to create a distinctive health care experience for each patient – one focused on trust, respect, communication and teamwork.

We offer a full comprehensive range of benefits - see our website for details,

Our Mission

As expressions of God’s healing love, witnessed through the ministry of Jesus, we are steadfast in serving all, especially those who are poor and vulnerable.

About Us

Providence Health & Services is a not-for-profit Catholic network of hospitals, care centers, health plans, physicians, clinics, home health care and services guided by a Mission of caring the Sisters of Providence began over 160 years ago. Providence is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Providence does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, veteran, military status, religion, age, creed, national origin, sexual identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law.

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Director of Finance, Tri-Cities Community Health
Pasco, WA

Tri-Cities Community Health (TCCH), a Federally Qualified Health Center serving the residents of Pasco, Kennewick and Richland, Washington, seeks a Director of Finance. TCCH has served these communities for over 35 years and is financially stable. TCCH's six primary care health centers have been awarded PMCH Level 3 recognition by the National Committee for Quality Assurance.

Under the general supervision of the Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Finance oversees all fiscal activities and reporting, develops budget models, tracks performance against budget, performs grant accounting and prepares the fiscal components of applications for grant funding, conducts financial analyses, and participates as part of the organization’s senior leadership team in short and long-term planning. The incumbent directly supervises the Accounting and Information Technology teams; exercises conservative management of TCCH financial assets by establishing financial policies, procedures, controls, and establishes reporting systems which conform to FASB, GAAP, Federal and State requirements. The Director supervises preparation of the organization’s financial statements; and coordinates the annual audit and budget development processes. S/he ensures compliance with filing requirements imposed by Local, State or Federal authorities relating to informational tax returns, cost reports, grant drawdown and financial reports. The incumbent prepares detailed financial analyses in support of human resources and business development projects.

Minimum requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting (MBA a plus) and 8 years of experience in health care accounting and finance. The successful candidate’s work record will demonstrate increasingly responsible duties, as well as 3 years of supervisory experience.

Jim Davis, CEO
(509) 543-1900 (office)
(509) 521-9307 (cell)
[email protected]


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