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Keck Medicine of USC

Keck Medicine of USC includes the Keck School of Medicine of USC, the region’s first medical school; the renowned USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, one of the first comprehensive cancer centers established by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the United States; the USC Care Medical Group, a medical faculty practice; the Keck Medical Center of USC, which includes two acute care hospitals: 401-licensed bed Keck Hospital of USC and 60-licensed bed USC Norris Cancer Hospital; and USC Verdugo Hills Hospital, a 158-licensed bed community hospital. It also includes more than 40 outpatient facilities, some at affiliated hospitals, in Los Angeles, Orange, Kern, Tulare and Ventura counties.

In 2016, U.S. News & World Report ranked Keck Medical Center of USC among the Top 10 hospitals in the state and among the Top 50 hospitals in the United States in seven specialties: ophthalmology, urology, cancer, geriatrics, orthopedic surgery, nephrology and cardiology and heart surgery.

Transplant Finance Director - Transplant Administration - Full Time 8 Hour Days - Exempt

Keck Hospital - Transplant Administration Los Angeles, California

The Transplant Finance Director is responsible for complete oversight of the financial operations of the Transplant Institute, to include charges, billing, reimbursement, and Medicare cost reports. The Finance Director evaluates efficiency and effectiveness of operations and makes recommendations for improvements. Serves as the primary liaison with health system finance departments and maintains relationships with those departments that facilitate accurate and complete financial systems for the business of Transplant. Works to coordinate activities with Transplant Administrator, manage the financial matters as related to staffing, fiscal, and operations improvement. In conjunction with the Transplant Administrator, oversees fiscal-related matters including budget preparation and monitoring, productivity monitoring, FTE tracking and utilization, revenue tracking, and billing integrity. Works with Clinical Managers to identify, implement, and track progress of cost-savings opportunities. Identifies and pursues operations improvement opportunities, especially the application of technology to improve efficiency and effectiveness.

Minimum Education:
-Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration or closely related field from an accredited program.

Minimum Experience/Knowledge:
-Seven years of professional experience in finance or related health care administration with responsibility for budget management, operations, and staff management, or equivalent, is required

-Experience with Transplant finances, including Medicare Cost Reporting

Required License/Certification:
-Fire and Safety Certification. If employee does not have card upon hire one must be obtained within 30 days of hire and maintained by renewal before expiration date.

REQ20060952 Posted Date: 06/14/2018

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