Full-Time Practice Manager – Corporate Practices – Thane
The Practice Manager plays a vital role on the administrative staff of the medical center. The Practice Manager works in tandem with the attending physician to ensure the clinic runs efficiently and profitably by increasing revenue and decreasing expenses and fostering a service-oriented environment where patients come first. Among the responsibilities of the hospital administrator is the promotion of an atmosphere of mutual respect and cooperation among employees. Outstanding interpersonal skills, empathy, compassion, initiative, problem solving, common sense, and multitasking ability are essential for this role. When communicating with customers, it is crucial that you show compassion and use clear language. You’ll also be expected to assist customers and suppliers with HR needs. New hire orientations, as well as resolving disputes between staff and customers, may fall under your purview.
Job Title : Practice Manager – Corporate Practices
Location : Thane, Maharashtra, India
Salary : $ 31.41 per hour.
Company : Queens Urology Practice
Job Type : Full-Time
- Coordinate efforts and check in on the day-to-day progress of the clinical, administrative, and billing staff.
- Assess and organize office processes, such as but not limited to payroll, invoicing, cash management, and similar administrative duties.
- Knowledge of software systems necessary for data creation, storage, and retrieval for management reporting must be maintained.
- The Practice Manager, in collaboration with the Chief of Staff, manages the hospital’s day-to-day operations.
- scheduling employees, planning vacations, and overseeing continuing education requirements.
- Create and manage office budgets, as well as the procurement of general office supplies and equipment.
- Keep the office in tip-top shape for the sake of your patients and your relationships with them.
- Communicate with the hospital to promote goal-setting and problem-solving in cooperation with the Clinical and Practice Management Leadership.
- Ensure compliance with all relevant state dental legislation, a safe working environment by adhering to all local, state, and federal health and safety rules and laws, and adhering to office and corporate policy and procedures.
- Work with HR to identify, probe, and address employee issues during the hiring, retaining, and firing of personnel.
- Must be familiar with HR employment law, record keeping and confidentiality fundamentals.
- Likewise relevant expertise in office administration (2+ years) will be considered.
- Experience in a related field (medicine, veterinary medicine, customer service, etc.) for at least three years is required, as is direct experience in supervision (includes hiring, associate development, etc.).
- One must be able to manage all departmental tasks in addition to communicating (verbally and in writing) with patients, physicians, and other departments.
- Possess excellent communication, problem-solving, and the ability to address and resolve issues with coworkers.