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Posted: Wednesday, November 8, 2017 12:09 AM


Company Name: Summit Community Care Clinic

Job Description

Under the general direction of the CEO, the CFO will be responsible for supporting the SCCC mission and vision by directing the organization’s financial planning and accounting practices to ensure the financial security of the organization. The CFO will continue to build and manage effective and streamlined administrative and financial systems including accounting, revenue cycle management, outreach and enrollment.

A. Strategy and Vision Financial Planning

→ Participates with leadership team in short and long term strategic planning and development of payment rates, financial models and fiscal planning objectives to meet short and long term goals.
→ Implements goals and measurable outcomes of the SCCC Strategic Plan as they relate to CFO’s finance and administrative responsibilities.
→ Serves as a member of the Leadership Team and leads Committees as assigned, regularly participates in Board of Directors’ and Board Finance Committee meetings. Serves as ex-officio member of Board.
→ Responsible for financial analysis of all income and expenses to assure the development of financially viable project, budgets and long term financial viability.
→ Participates with the CEO in the development of business plans, budgets and for financial grant applications.
→ Directs loan activities including debt ratio calculation and prepares reports of compliance with lender requirements.
→ Participates in State & Federal payment reform activities.

B. Financial Policies and Procedures
→ Develops, maintains, monitors, and enforces accounting policies, procedures and internal controls in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
→ Establishes and maintains the organization’s system of accounts assures integrity of books and records for all transactions and provides for security of transaction records.
→ Develops policies and procedures on purchasing activities and prepares vendor and management reports analyzing purchasing practices.
→ Creates and ensures adherence of sliding fee scale, discount policies, billing and collections policies..
→ Ensures timely and accurate reporting of financial and management reporting for federal and state funders, foundations and SCCC BOD, leadership team, Providers, Managers and line staff.
→ Coordinate all financial audit activities and proper filing of tax returns; ensure legal and regulatory compliance regarding all financial functions.
→ Coordinates and directs preparation of the annual capital and operational budgets, provides financial forecasts and variance analysis and presents budgets to the executive leadership team and the BOD.
→ Provides budget and contract analysis and monitors contract compliance required by funding sources.
→ Oversees cash flow planning and ensure availability of funds as needed; banking relationships and cash, investment and asset management.
→ Prepares and participates in audits including but not limited to, Single Audit, Annual Financial Audit and Site Visits.
→ Assures compliance with all HRSA requirements related to financial management, budgeting, federal grant administration, sliding scales, billing and collection.
→ This position works closely with the Compliance Officer (Chief Operations Officer) in formulating, administering, implementing and monitoring compliance policies and procedures in adherence with the Compliance Policy.

C. Personnel Management

→ Responsible for the hiring, training and evaluation of all Finance, and Billing/Reimbursement staff. Coach employees to achieve success.
→ Establish and oversee work assignments for Finance, and Billing/Reimbursement staff.
→ Analyze staffing needs and assign personnel as appropriate in the Department.
→ Counsel and discipline staff as appropriate within the companies policy and guidelines.
→ Train staff on new procedures and organizational policies and procedures appropriately.
→ Travels to all SCCC sites as necessary and/or required.

D. Payroll Management
→ Ensures compliance with all State and Federal requirements in all areas of payroll, and tax law in collaboration with human resource department.

E. Patient Revenue Generation and Management
→ Evaluates operations to identify cost containment and increased revenue opportunities, and recommends operational changes to leadership team and managers/supervisors.
→ Assures SCCC maximizes revenue from payers and patient by maximizing billing rates and collections in accordance with state and federal guidelines and Board policy.
→ Directs implementation of appropriate systems to comply with all State, Federal and other third party payers to ensure maximized reimbursement and minimize pay cycles.
→ Creates and oversees strategies for integrating productivity and operating costs.
→ Evaluates, monitors and recommends updates to charge master, discounting and billing and collections policies to the CEO and Board.

F. Reporting
→ Preparation of reports including but not limited to, Cost Reports for Medicaid and Medicare, UDS and other required HRSA reports.
→ Creation and maintenance of financial performance measures or dashboards


→ Participates and collaborates with Board and management committees and departments as appropriate in relation to financial management functions.

Job Requirements
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education/Experience: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Business Administration with a specialization in accounting or finance. Five years progressively responsible management experience in Finance, preferably in a health care environment. Current CPA license a plus, but not required. Master’s degree in Business Administration or Accounting or equivalent experience.

Knowledge, Skill & Ability: (include materials and equipment directly used)
→ Ability to flourish in a team management system and enjoys working with a cohesive team
→ Business skills in planning, use of information systems, financial management, budgeting, reimbursement and managed care, healthcare economics, medical practice management, human resources management and team building, program development, community education, and marketing/referral base development
→ Ability to present facts and recommendations effectively in oral and written form.
→ Ability to teach and educate and to articulate positions effectively
→ Excels in effective coaching and counseling of employees, as well as definitive mentoring skills aligned with adaptive leadership principles
→ Cultural competency to serve low-income, ethnic minority, and other underserved communities
→ Demonstrated track record of superior performance in Finance leadership roles

Language Ability: Ability to read, write and clearly speak the English language. Ability to read, write and clearly speak the Spanish language a plus. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions and deal with multiple linguistic cultural variables.

Reasoning and Mental Ability: Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to exercise independent judgment. Self-directing and organized. Ability to reason objectively. Ability to assess, project and plan for patient’s needs. Ability to interpret state/ federal/agency regulations. Ability to document concisely, accurately and in timely manner. Ability to handle a variety of duties which may be interrupted or changed by immediate circumstances. The CEO performs a variety of duties involving broad ranges of activity, including assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of services and resources needed for the coordinated delivery of health care services. The position requires the ability to interact with the low-income public, community representatives, office staff and managers. The position requires the ability to supervise staff, including encouraging, teaching, and disciplining. The ability to make appropriate decisions based on fact and knowledge is required. The ability to effectively conduct long range planning is required.

Interpersonal Skills:
Ability to relate cooperatively and constructively with patients, co-workers, administration, physicians and providers, community agencies, referral sources, regulators and other health team members. Ability to enlist the cooperation of others. High tolerance for stress.

Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have a solid knowledge of word processing software, spreadsheet software and database software.

Certificates and Licenses:
→ OSHA required courses for positions.
→ This position is run through the Federal Exclusions list.

Supervisory Responsibilities:
All financial management, billing and collections staff members and volunteers.

Contact Person:
Colleen Bechtel
Email Address:
Phone: 970-423-8835
Fax: 970-668-9410

• Location: Denver, Frisco

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