Administrative Services Advisor
In a healthcare market faced with ever increasing change, every member of the team at PPN is called to the pursuit of protecting the practice of independent medicine. The Administrative Services Advisor (ASA) is an all-encompassing role that will interact with our Value Based Care Clinical Team, our Advisory Services Group, our Information Services leaders, Credentialing Services and perhaps most importantly our physicians and their office staff. A comprehensive listing of duties for the “ASA” is listed below but other functions can be added on an as needed basis.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Reconcile and Manage Bank Accounts including deposits, generating payments and monitoring outstanding issues
• Prepare Monthly Financial Reports for governance and senior leadership
• Careful oversight of both Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable
• Run ACH Debits, Credit Card payments and complete ledger postings daily while also maintaining PCI compliance
• Prepare and manage Group Health Plan Billing for participating practices, including enrollment & terminations
• Manage Monthly PPN & Annual PPG Billing
• Process Shareholder Sales, Distributions and other issues as necessary
• Prepare Annual Budgets, including revenue projections, expense management and labor budgets
• Manage physician contact list for both new and termed members
• Prepare 401(k) Census Report and manage enrollment and contribution changes for employees
• Prepare Performance Based Incentive Checks for payor specific programs
• Conduct Worker’s Compensation Audit annually
• Prepare Bi-Annual PPN filing
• Prepare Bi-Monthly Payroll, Reports, IRS Taxes, 401(k) & HSA Funding
• Overarching Administrative duties including Scanning and Storing Documents, preparing 1099’s and K1’s
• Responsible for the production of state specific Workforce Commission reports, 940 & 941 Reports
• Work with CEO to Review All Equipment Lease Renewals and/or evaluate change opportunities
• Overall Admin Duties including ordering supplies
• Manage new employee paperwork, onboarding and enrollment in benefits
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The education, experience and requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and Experience Required:
• A bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Health Administration or Accounting is preferred.
• Requires at least 3 years of experience in an office management capacity, including proficiency with the duties listed above.
• A minimum of 1 year with US Healthcare Industry with strong experience working on healthcare claims in Payer, Provider and ACO market. (Significant experience in other industries will be considered)
• Excellent understanding and following CMS requirements and mandates impacting Care Management, Value Based Care, Population Health, HEDIS and Star Measures.
• Possesses a great attitude, professional demeanor and good problem-solving skills.
Knowledge and Skills:
• Ability to maturely interact with an interdisciplinary care team (senior leaders, payor contacts, etc.)
• Demonstrate the ability to work effectively in a team environment.
• Ability to effectively manage time and meet role expectations.
• Excellent written and verbal skillset.
• Must be proficient with QuickBooks Pro or similar platform, MS Outlook, MS Teams, MS Excel, MS Access, MS PowerPoint.
• General office demands.
• An ability to lift 10 lbs. on occasion
• Occasional work events on nights and weekends
If interested in this opportunity, please email CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org. For any questions regarding this position, please call Scott Hurst at 214-277-1741.
We are proud to be an EEO employer. We maintain a drug-free workplace. Additional information on PPN may be found at https://www.ppnhco.com.