Opportunity: Chief Operations Officer - Houston
 Opportunity Details
Opportunity Type: Permanent - Full Time
Specialty: Medical Administration, General
Location: Houston, TX, USA
Region: South , Plains , Urban
Job Position Code: 233949  
Openings: 1
Last Updated: 4/12/2019 2:47:35 PM  
Locum Stop Date:    

 Offer Details
Income Details:

Salary negotiable based on experience. 

Incentive Pay: Negotiable
Student Loan Forgiveness:

NHSC.

Relocation Paid: Up to $5,000
Vacation: 28 PTO, 13 Holidays, 12 Sick leave days
Other Benefits:

Excellent Benefits!

  • Health, life, dental and optical insurance provided
  • 28 PTO, 13 Holidays, 12 Sick Leave Days
  • Incentive pay negotiable
  • Relocation assistance up to $5,000
  • Retirement 401K with a 4% match

 Job Description

In Houston, TX: Texas Association of Community Health Centers is seeking an experienced full-time Chief Operations Officer to plan and direct the daily operations of the organization with a focus on improving organization efficiency and effectiveness.

Job Overview:

  • Develop, recommend and implement new or revised policies, standards and procedures; interpret policies, standards and procedures; monitor policies and procedures for compliance with quality standards.
  • Supervise, assign, direct and evaluate the work of subordinate staff; recommend action on classification, discipline and other personnel related issues
  • Consult with Chief Executive Officer, and as required, other Chiefs and staff to coordinate and formulate administrative and/or service programs
  • Recommend additions and modification to facilities and buildings; review and analyze physical facility layout and recommend optimal usage of space; prepare facility use and program plans
  • Coordinate staff schedules and monitor schedules to ensure adequate staff coverage and fiscal efficiencies
  • Review and investigate physician and patient complaints and recommend policy changes if appropriate
  • Recommend and implement improvements and solutions
  • Participate in pricing of clinic services
  • Negotiate and manage contracts for physicians, services and managed care organizations
  • Directs human resources processes
  • Oversees intake and eligibility process. Ensures that proper eligibility documentation is on file for all clients.
  • Ensures that credentialing is completed accurately and on time in accordance with local, state and federal rules
  • Develops plans and directs efforts to improve efficiency and effectiveness and to achieve goals for financial performance, quality and regulatory adherence.
  • Ensures compliance with governmental agencies and regulations including (HRSA, NCQA-PCMH, HIPAA)
  • Research and plan services and programs; plan and develop marketing strategies for services
 Job Requirements

Qualifications:

  • Master's Degree in Public Health, Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or related field of study
  • 5 years experience in a leadership role in an outpatient primary care setting
  • Experience in a federally qualified health center preferred
  • Knowledge of principles, methods and procedures of health care administration and organization, including linkage systems with other health organizations
  • Knowledge of federal, state, and local laws, rules, regulations, and guidelines as they may apply to safety and infection control practices and licensing requirements
  • Excellent judgement and creative problem solving skills including negotation and conflict resolution skills

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Community Overview

You could spend a lifetime in Houston and still not experience everything this city has to offer! From world-class museums and theaters to family-friendly entertainment, you'll find what you're looking for in Houston, the fourth largest city in the United States of America and the largest in the state of Texas. The city has a population of over 2 million people from various ethnic and religious backgrounds and a large and growing international community. Houston is multicultural in part because of its many academic institutions and strong industries as well as being a major port city. Over 90 languages are spoken here. Rated as a global city, Houston's economy has a broad industrial base in energy, manufacturing, aeronautics, and transportation. It is also leading in health care sector. Only New York City is home to more Fortune 500 headquarters.

Recreation: Houston is home to many cultural institutions and exhibits, which attract more than 7 million visitors a year to the Museum District. There is a thriving visual and performing arts scene in the Theater District, offering year-round resident companies in all major performing arts and attracting many touring Broadway acts, concerts, shows and exhibitions. In addition, a 17-block area in the center of downtown is home to the Bayou Place entertainment complex, filled with restaurants, movies, plazas, and parks. If that's not enough, there's always the beach! Less than an hour's easy drive from Houston you'll find beautiful beaches that are great for running, swimming, surfing and more. 

Education: Seventeen school districts exist within the city of Houston. The Houston Independent School District (HISD) has 112 campuses that serve as magnet or vanguard schools—specializing in such disciplines as health professions, visual and performing arts, and the sciences. There are also many charter schools that are run separately from school districts. In addition, some public school districts also have their own charter schools. The Houston area encompasses more than 300 private schools, many of which are accredited by Texas Private School Accreditation Commission recognized agencies. The Houston Area Independent Schools offer education from a variety of different religious as well as secular viewpoints. The Houston area Catholic schools are operated by the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. There are four separate and distinct state universities in Houston: University of Houston, University of Houston–Clear Lake, University of Houston–Downtown, and Texas Southern University. In addition, there are several private institutions of higher learning, from smaller liberal arts colleges to Rice University, widely recognized as one of the top twenty universities in the nation. Three community college districts exist with campuses in and around Houston, as well, two of which are within the 10 largest institutions of higher learning in the United States. 

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 Contact Information
Contact: Marcia Falloure, Provider Services Specialist
Texas Association of Community Health Centers
5900 Southwest Parkway
Building 3
Austin, TX 78735
Email: mfalloure@tachc.org
Phone: (512) 329-5959
Fax: (512) 329-9189

 Practice Information
Number of physicians in group: 0
Philosophy of the group:

The mission of our center is to provide high quality and caring services to promote healthy people and communities.

Community Vision Statement: Our vision is that every individual in our community has access to comprehensive health care services and a high-quality medical center to meet their healthcare needs.

Organization Vision Statement:  Our center will be recognized as a premier organization with committed leadership and the strength of resources to deliver affordable, state-of-the-art healthcare and supportive services that improve the lives of all people and communities in the Greater Houston region.

Values Statement:  At our center, we value a healthy community.  We will:

  • Provide outreach to individuals in our community to welcome them to seek health services at our center.
  • Work with other organizations to remove barriers to healthcare.
  • Gather input from our patients and others in the community to improve health services.
  • Address identified health disparities in our community and develop strategies to reduce them.
  • Seek additional resources to improve the health of individuals in our community.
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