Job Summary/Purpose

The Regional Director will possess a high level of understanding of how to lead patient care teams in a healthcare delivery environment.  He/She is responsible for the performance of all area Ophthalmology practices in the northeast. The regional leader will oversee the professional development of all area Practice Administrators, develop and implement growth strategies, daily clinic operations best practices, and will partner with other division leaders to execute EyeCare Partner’s strategic vision.  This is a key leadership member and will work in a fast-paced, but flexible engaging environment.  Reports to Senior Vice President of Ophthalmology Operations and Integrations.
 
Responsibilities:
  • Manage and oversee Practice Administrators and staff at the clinic level
  • Remains educated and in-tune with trends in healthcare, reimbursement, ophthalmology, etc. on a national and local level.
  • Develops and implements practice growth strategies within existing markets
  • Identifies opportunities to continue to propel business towards “world class,” design solutions for such opportunities, implement, and monitor progress
  • Carries out corporate EyeCare Partners initiatives
  • Identifies EyeCare Partners goals and translates them into functional and actionable goals for team
  • Thinks strategically; identifies where market should be in 12 – 24 months, and implements plans to assist in achieving strategic destination
  • Achieves cooperation and teamwork through effective communications and positive relations with physicians, leadership, and staff
  • Demonstrates knowledge of mission, vision, value statements, standards, policies and procedures, operating instructions, confidentiality standards and the code of ethical behavior
  • Manage integration of newly acquired practices
  • Partner with the Company’s regional leaders of optometry to educate all providers on the region’s professional services
  • Work closely with Company-owned Ambulatory Surgery Center to identify areas of partnership
  • Partner with Medical Director to identify doctor needs, areas for specialty expansion and physician recruitment
  • Develop relationships with EyeCare Partners’ physicians and facilitate communication to uncover needs
  • Works to continuously assess all staffing needs in support of Practice Administrators and driving for continued upskilling of talent through hiring, Identify changes to physician schedules and adjust coverage as needed
 
 
Relevant Skills and Abilities:
  • Leadership:  Develops and Maintains a successful platform of leadership – strategy/structure/process/people
  • Team Building:  Recruit, Develop, train and motivate a best-in-class care team
  • Results-oriented:  Guides, coaches, and drive the team to achieve goals and deliverables
  • Collaboration:  Works effectively with functional team members, physicians, other practices, etc., and ensures adequate communication and change management through the process
  • Vision:   Intimately knows the business, industry, care model and can shape future delivery for our patients and success of the overall organization
  • Critical Thinking/Analytical: Excellent problem solver and ability to see all sides to come to the best decision
  • Change Management: Ability to drive change through an organized process, bringing people along to ensure results are achieved

Minimum Demonstrated Skill

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Healthcare Management, required Master’s degree in Business or Healthcare Administration preferred.
  • 10+ years of practice management experience required.
  • Experience in an ophthalmology practice preferred.
  • Experience in a multi-site or regional organization
  • Experience working in a growth-oriented, fast paced environment
  • Demonstrated excellent management skills, program implementation, and quality improvement
  • Proven success in growing a healthcare operation with $40M+ in annual revenue
  • Proven success in Mergers & Acquisition within healthcare
  • Must be proficient in Excel and Power Point
Physical Requirements:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
 
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EyeCare Partners is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.
 
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