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Department: Central Business Office
Schedule: Full Time
Shift: Day Shift
Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5
Job Details:
  • 5+ Years of Experience
  • Plans, organizes, directs, interprets, coordinates, monitors, record and administers the financial activities of the Methodist Medical Group (MMG) including a $170 million operative revenue, 150 MMG Providers, affiliated physicians,  and other entities as assigned including, but not limited to ACO oversight, finance, accounting, internal controls and auditing.  Works with President, MHS Finance Executives, COO and Board of Directors to set and monitor achievement of financial goals.  Make recommendations for continuing improvement of the financial health of the institution and other related entities as applicable.  Serves in an advisory capacity to management and the Board of Directors in fiscal decision-making.  Assumes overall accountability for the departments of Finance.


    Education:                                          Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Financial related field.

                                                                    Master's degree preferred

    Licensure/Certification:                               Certified Public Accountant preferred

    Work Experience:                           Five-Ten (5-10) years' previous responsible experience in senior level    financial reporting required.  5+ years' experience supporting a physician practice organization                 required – multi-specialty experience    strongly preferred.


    Skills: Extensive knowledge in understanding value based contracts, along with physician compensation payment structures and how payment contracts impact physician compensation to include PSA arrangements and wRVU compensation and bonus structures.  Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate with people in a diverse environment, educational and lifestyle backgrounds both orally and in writing   Ability to give, read and understand/follow written and verbal directions.  Must be able to direct work of others while personally handling multiple tasks in a variety of situations.  Must demonstrate ability to execute complex mathematical computations and operate a computer, including effective utilization of sophisticated spreadsheets software.  Requires organizational and self-motivation skills in prioritizing and managing multiple task.  Must demonstrate ability to utilize effective decision-making and problem solving techniques. Ability to work with physicians, management, staff and external vendors independently and interdependently. Ability to prepare and deliver presentations before large and small groups. Ability to manage confrontation effectively. Ability to remain calm and professional in stressful situations and focused amid interruptions in a potentially fast paced environment.



    Essential Functions:

    1.       Demonstrates ability to consistently meet the department work schedule.


    2.      Manages organizational financial resources and assumes overall accountability for financial          planning and fiscal policies of MMG and other organizational entities/affiliates as assigned.

    a. Plans, organizes, directs, interprets, coordinates, monitors, records and administers financial                 activities including, but not limited to, finance, accounting, internal controls and auditing.

                    b. Maintains all accounting records and is responsible for the development, analysis and                 interpretation of statistical and accounting information to appraise the President, physician        Finance Committee and Board of Directors of operating results in terms of costs, budgets,           policies, trends and increased revenue possibilities.

                    c. Assures integrity of the general ledger and oversees monthly and year-end financial, statistical             and analytical reports in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Anticipates           and keeps the CEO appraised of financial issues and resolves in a timely and appropriate manner     as needed.

                    d. In collaboration with the team, oversees coordination the annual budget process.      Develops annual operating and capital budgets, authorizes expenditures, monitors performance                and takes corrective action when appropriate to maintain control of financial resources.       Educates and supports department managers regarding financial/budget matters.

            e. Assures accurate and timely filing of all mandated federal and state reports.

           f. Establishes and maintains KPI's while ensuring accuracy and appropriate measurability.

    3.    Works with Board of Directors, MHS Finance Executives, President, physician Finance    Committee, outside accounting firms and banking institutions in developing financing, lease        arrangements, offering         memorandums, etc. relating to new business ventures, land      acquisitions, building projects, etc. Assumes organizational accountability for accuracy and             completeness.


    4.    Assumes oversight responsibility for and works closely with the Purchasing in maintaining high quality cost effective purchasing service agreements and programs.


    5.    Collaborates with members of senior management team, physicians and support roles such as Human Resources, Purchasing and other departments as necessary.


    6.    Maintains awareness of applicable laws and/or regulations affecting the financial affairs of          MMG.  Remains current on law/regulation changes, recognizes implications to the organization        and recommends/implements courses of action to ensure compliance.


    7.    Collaborates with the President, MHS Finance Executives, Board of Directors, physician Finance Committee and the senior           management team in management and fiscal decision-making including, but not limited to,         strategic planning, development of long and short-term goals and objectives, developing and    monitoring capital, expense and revenue budgets, reviewing budget variances for         approval/denial, etc.


    8.    Assumes administrative leadership with the physician Finance Committee. Collaborates with the         Finance Committee Chairperson in preparing the monthly agenda and conducting the business                 of the Committee.

    9.    Assumes accountability for enhancing own knowledge in new developments affecting the          financial affairs of the organization through professional organizations, journals, workshops, in-          services, etc.


    10.  Maintains patient and physician/corporate financial confidentiality.


    11.  Represents the organization in a professional manner. Promotes positive interpersonal relations             and serves as a role model with all personnel. Responds to all customer requests in a courteous,               professional manner. Interacts in a competent, professional manner with outside vendors and   the community.



    1.            Security group/access is determined based on job category.

    2.            Actively serves on committees and task forces as assigned.

    3.            Performs other tasks as assigned.


    NOTE: The essential functions listed cover the most significant duties performed, it is not intended to be all inclusive and does not exclude other work assignments not mentioned. Duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted, or changed at any time at the discretion of the supervisor, formally or informally, either verbally or in writing.



    Employees are subject to the risks inherent to working in a medical environment.  This position functions in a general office environment and requires the following:

    ·         Extended periods of sitting with concentrated viewing of a computer monitor.

    ·         Manual dexterity required for inputting computer data and operation of business machines, i.e. copier, fax machines, calculators, etc.

    ·         Verbal and auditory ability required in answering the telephone, communicating bother in person and via the telephone, participating in oral conversations and leading small and large group presentations.

    ·         Visual acuity required for viewing computer screens, reading computer-generated reports and written instructions.

    ·         Emotional demands require working and remaining calm, cheerful and professional in a potentially stressful, fast-paced environment.

    ·         Mental abilities required in assimilating information and utilizing effective decision making and problem solving techniques.

    ·         Requires early morning and late evening meeting attendance and/or travel.

    The environment may cause high stress levels due to constant interruptions, high volume, urgency of issues and interactions with a wide variety of personalities.



    code: Methodsit Medical Group 




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