Rural Health Corporation of Northeastern Pennsylvania

Employment

 

 

HIRING PROCESS

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  2. I WILL REVIEW ALL RESUMES. I WILL THEN SEND THOSE RESUMES THAT BEST QUALIFY FOR THE JOB TO THE MEDICAL/DENTAL DIRECTOR FOR THEIR REVIEW.
  3. THE MEDICAL/DENTAL DIRECTOR WILL THEN MAKE THE FINAL DECISION AS TO WHICH CANDIDATES WILL COME IN TO BE INTERVIEWED.
  4. I WILL CALL THOSE CANDIDATES, TO SET UP A DATE TO BE INTERVIEWED. AT THIS TIME, I WILL ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU HAVE REGARDING THE POSITION.
  5. THE CANDIDATES WILL FILL OUT AN APPLICATION FORM FOR THE POSITION WHEN THEY COME IN FOR THE INTERVIEW.
  6. I WILL CALL ALL CANDIDATES WHO INTERVIEWED FOR THE POSITION AS TO WHETHER OR NOT THEY GOT THE POSITION.RESUME, DRIVERS LICENSE, SOCIAL SECURITY CARD, CPR, MEDICAL OR DENTAL LICENSE OR CERTIFICATION, PROFESSIONAL DIPLOMA, AND REFERENCES
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RESUME, DRIVERS LICENSE, SOCIAL SECURITY CARD, CPR, MEDICAL OR DENTAL LICENSE OR CERTIFICATION, PROFESSIONAL DIPLOMA, AND REFERENCES

SEE BELOW FOR CURRENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

 

WE CURRENTLY HAVE THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS AVAILABLE


CFO

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Full time with Benefits – Administrative Office – Wilkes Barre PA


DENTIST

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Full Time with Benefits –  Black Creek Dental Center – Nuremberg PA

CERTIFIED MEDICAL ASSISTANT

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Full Time – With Benefits
Hours 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Monroe Noxen Health Center – Noxen PA

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FOR FULL TIME EMPLOYEES

                                                                              
“The mission of RHC is to provide access to primary and preventive health care services to residents of all income levels within our service area.”

 

CFO Job Description

CFO JOB DESCRIPTION

General Description:

(Job Summary):

The CFO leads financial decision-making and provides strategic financial input to the Board of Directors; oversees the accounting process; develops, improves and maintains the financial health and well-being of RHC by providing financial, controls, projections and accounting services, preparing growth plans and directing staff. The CFO develops, maintains and supervises all financial-related activities including payroll, purchasing, property management, reimbursement, patient accounting, cash disbursements and receipts, accounts receivable/payable, financial statements and reports, grant budgets, internal audits and controls and statistical systems; conforms to standards regulated by funding sources.

Education, Training and Experience (Qualifications):

Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or related field required, MBA and professional designation such as CPA preferred; minimum 10 years’ experience in a senior financial management position and advanced computer software skills including financial reporting software required; grant writing experience also required. Experience in a non-profit organization with emphasis in health care and FQHC and working with a volunteer Board of Directors preferred; financial management reporting, auditing and federal information resources related to federal grants strongly recommended.

Special Skills and Aptitudes:

~Knowledge of health care fiscal laws, regulations, practices and procedures governing non-profit and/or health care agencies, preferably federally qualified health centers
~Financial planning and strategy, forecasting and budgeting; internal controls
~Electronic health records
~Collection practices and laws
~Understanding of CPT and ICD coding systems
~Working knowledge of employment related and labor laws and automated T & A systems
~In-depth knowledge of Medicare, Medicaid and major insurance carrier regulations and benefit plans
~Strategic planning; goal setting; managing profitability
~Evaluation of clinic operations related to policies, goals, objectives, costs and rates; ability to revise to increase efficiency, productivity, etc.
~Initiative; results oriented, visionary; strategic thinker and planner; independent thinking, sound judgement
~Quality management and process improvement
~Outstanding verbal and written communication skills; clear diction and acute hearing
~Visual acuity for close work and computer screens
~Manual dexterity and fine manipulation
~Cultural competency, diversity awareness and sensitivity to working with special populations and understanding of community oriented primary care
~Strong personal ethics, Integrity, accountability, team player, able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with patients, staff and the general public
~Training skills
~Networking
~Multi-tasking and time management; delegation skills

Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:

~Reasonably comfortable, normal office environment,
~Primarily sitting with optional standing and walking,
~Handles office equipment generally < 5 lbs.
~Manual dexterity and fine manipulation,
~Clear speaking, visual acuity and acute hearing required.
~Extensive use of printed materials and computers
~Current driver’s license for travel to centers, outside meetings, etc.
~Occasional evenings and weekends also required.

Position Responsibilities:

~Oversee all accounting functions; develop/design, implement, administer and document RHC’s financial policies and procedures including internal control
~Develop organizational financial strategy by contributing financial and accounting information, analysis and recommendations; forecast capital, facilities and staff requirements; identify monetary resources and develop action plans; execute the financial strategy of RHC, manage financial controls and accounting procedures, suggest ways to increase revenue and reduce costs and propose action plans to ensure financial objectives are attained
~Execute fiduciary responsibility for cash and investment accounts; develop and implement cash investment policy; review and approve cash disbursements and purchase orders; develop and implement cash investment policy
~Establish finance operations by evaluating trends; establishing critical measurement; determining productivity, quality and customer service strategies; designing systems; resolving problems and implementing change
~Monitor financial performance by measuring and analyzing results; initiating corrective action and minimizing the impact of variances. Analyze opportunities for improvement, cost savings, and system enhancements
~Report financial status by developing forecasts, reporting results, analyzing variances and developing improvements; develop trend analysis
~Develop and administer operating budget; revise as required
Administer, contracts, sub contracts, grants, leases and purchase orders; seeks competitive bids and implements appropriate state and federal requirements.
~Arrange and facilitate the annual audit; serves as principal liaison with RHC’s independent audit firm; assists in conducting the audit and implements recommendations
~Prepare “Financial Status Reports” for federal grants as required; complete federal “Cash Management Report” quarterly; negotiate “Indirect Cost Rate” agreements and complete any funding source reports per guidelines; report financial status by developing forecasts, reporting results, analyzing variances and developing improvements; develop trend analysis
~Supervise administrative staff, credit and collection, patient accounts, accounts receivable andinformation technology; make recommendations at least annually regarding updates to the Patient Fee Schedule; assist in identifying methods to maximize third party reimbursement through proper use of procedure and diagnoses codes; review CCM recommendations on sliding fee and collection policies for Board consideration
~Establish provider and corporate agreements with third party payers; interpret and enforce third party
payer rules and regulations including Medicare and Medicaid requirements. Ensure necessary cost reporting/billing is performed
~Supervise the gathering, classifying and summarizing of statistical information
~Develop and monitor effective purchasing systems; coordinate all aspects of purchasing
~Participate in leadership meetings and monthly Board of Directors meetings
~Ensure adequate property and liability insurance coverage
~Support the CEO in preparing monthly financial reports; coordinate and produce all tax documentation as required
~Maintain speed and accuracy of billing and client payments
~Update job knowledge by staying up to date on new regulations; participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining networking and participating in professional organizations
~Represent RHC in a responsible and positive manner to agencies, government officials, the general
public, community and professional organizations, etc.
~Assume the responsibility and authority of the CEO in his/her absence
~Remain current with standards of primary health care practices; update job knowledge by staying up to
date on new regulations; participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining networking and participating in professional organizations
~Time and attendance
~Other duties as assigned
~Adhere to all personnel policies in the conduct of personal and employment issues

Legal Compliance:

~Manage RHC’s risk management program
~Assure compliance with all legal and policy requirements of the Dept. of Health and Human Services and other legal entities; review and act upon requests and directives of DDHS and other legal entities.
~Ensure RHC has an appropriate risk management program and is appropriately insured.
~Participate in and make recommendations regarding litigation involving RHC.
~Participate in RHC’s legislative advocacy.
~Assure compliance with laws, rules, regulations and standards of practice, federal and state grants and audit requirements.

Board of Directors:

~Identify and participate in evaluation and feasibility of acquisition and expansion of health services and programs including equipment; evaluates cost effectiveness and impact on revenues and budget.

Grants/Budgets/Fiscal Management:

~Maintain master grant files with supporting documentation, agency correspondence and award notifications; prepare and submit reports required by grantor including Federal Financial report (FFR); maintain working knowledge of OMB Circular A-133 compliance requirements and responsible for completing and submitting the Uniform data System (UDS)report

Human Resources:

~Meet financial human resources strategies by determining accountabilities; communicating and enforcing values, policies and procedures; implementing recruitment, selection, orientation training, coaching, counseling, and discipline and communication programs, planning, monitoring, appraising and reviewing compensation strategies
~In conjunction with Human Resources Director, administer, review and revise employee benefit plans, compensation structure and effective staffing levels/patterns
~Recruit, train and supervise assigned personnel; Recommend, increases, promotion, disciplinary action, etc.
~Encourage motivation, innovation and high performance
~Enforces a safety culture where all employees are responsible for continuously improving and maintaining a safe work environment and patient safety
~Promote compliance with wage and hours administration; assist with productivity and incentive systems; maintain pension plan compliance with IRS, ERISA, etc.; complete 5500 forms annually.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dentist Job Description

DENTIST JOB DESCRIPTION

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Dentist’s duties as a member of the RHC dental staff shall include:

• Attending to the dental needs of RHC dental patients.

• Performing all activities reasonably required to fulfill the duties and responsibilities
of a dentist in group practice and assist in generating adequate practice volume.

OBLIGATIONS:

• The Dentist will, at all times, faithfully, industriously, and to the best of his/her ability, experience and talent, perform all of the duties required of him as a member of the RHC dental staff. The Dentist shall maintain a level of professional practice and standard of care commensurate with community professional standards and as is required for his/her continued participation on and reappointment to the RHC dental staff.

• The Dentist shall comply with the professional policies of RHC and with all relevant ethical and professional standards of the laws and regulations of Pennsylvania and the Code of Ethics of the Dental profession.

• The Dentist shall keep and maintain adequate electronic dental records for RHC patients to whom dental services have been rendered in accordance with generally accepted dental practice and as required by RHC.

• The Dentist shall supervise the day-to-day activities of the dental assistant, dental hygienist and other staff. Assess competencies and conducts performance evaluations.

• The Dentist shall monitor infection control and safety procedures in the clinic.

• The Dentist shall be, act and perform as an employee of RHC and shall be accountable to the RHC Dental Director, President, and Board of Directors. However, nothing in this paragraph shall abrogate or interfere with the Dentist’s exercise of his/her independent professional judgement in performing professional services.

• The Dentist will comply with all applicable provisions of law relating to licensing and regulations of dentists. The Dentist shall pay for and maintain any and all licenses and registrations, and or permits required by law. The Dentist shall notify RHC, in writing,
within two (2) days of receiving notice that (a) any such license, registration or permit has been, or may be denied, revoked, suspended, or limited in any manner whatsoever, (b) of any patient or other complaint, (c) of a complaint, charge, proceeding, inquiry,
or investigation before any legally constituted body of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania or of any incident that might give rise to such complaint, charge,
proceeding, inquiry or investigation. The Dentist shall provide RHC with any and all
information related in any manner to such notice and to cooperate fully with any
investigation relating to or arising out of such notice. Failure to be licensed, or maintain a license to practice dentistry in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or be eligible for malpractice insurance under a policy used by RHC to cover its dentists, shall be grounds for immediate discharge.

• The Dentist shall maintain him/herself at all times as a member in good standing of the Academy of General Dentistry.

• Responsible for maintaining two contact hours or (4) four CE credits every four years in Topics covered in Appendix A mandated by the PA DEP.

• The Dentist will furnish his/her services to any and all RHC patients without regard to the ability of the patient to pay for such services or the ability of RHC to obtain reimbursement from some other party on the patient’s behalf as required by RHC and U.S. Public Health Service policies.

• Perform other appropriate duties as requested by President within cope of professional capabilities.

PERFORMANCE FACTORS:

• Attendance and punctuality.

• Adhere to all personnel policies in the conduct of personal and employment issues.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Frequent exposure to communicable disease, toxic substances, ionizing radiation, medicinal preparations and other conditions common to a clinic environment. Some standing or walking; handling light to moderate weights (5 to 20 lbs.)

It has been determined that this job title has occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens and is covered under the hospital’s exposure control plan. This plan was constructed in order to prevent the transmissions of blood borne pathogens by limiting occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS:

Each Dentist is directly responsible to the Dental Director.

SALARY SCALE:

Approved annually by the Board of Directors.

VACATION ALLOWANCE:

Four (4) weeks per year.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Each Dentist must have a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree (D.S.S.) or a Doctor of Dental Medicine
Degree (D.M.D.) and a valid license to practice dentistry in Pennsylvania. They should possess the necessary qualifications to carry out the above prescribed duties.

 

 

 

Medical Assistant Job Description

CERTIFIED MEDICAL ASSISTANT

JOB DESCRIPTION

General Description:
This multi-skilled healthcare professional interacts with and supports other healthcare professionals and the front office providing a variety of clinical and clerical duties.

Education, Training and Experience:
(Qualifications): High school diploma and training as medical office assistant, current PA driver’s license required; certification preferred. Knowledge of medical and business office procedures
and medical terminology and ICD coding required. Non-invasive medical office procedures required; and phlebotomy preferred. Prior experience preferred. Current CPR and AED certified. Clinical and Nursing skills, infection control, medication administration, health promotion and maintenance. Current CPR and AED certified. Knowledge of patient/health evaluation, examination and assessment, histories, nutrition, lifespan development, anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, pharmacology, specimen collection; treatments, care, and procedures performed in clinic, data collection, documentation, EMR, patient education, etc.

Special Skills and Aptitudes:
Accuracy–clinical and clerical accuracy, businesslike/professional, caring and compassion, communication skills-verbal and written, customer service, detail oriented, efficient, flexible/adaptable, follows procedures, leadership skills, organizational skills, problem solving skills, teamwork and training. Ability to create and maintain a safe and efficient environment of care; supply management

Machines and Equipment Used:
Machines, equipment, supplies and tools congruous to medical practice; PPE and prevailing office supplies and equipment

Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
Sitting, standing and walking for long periods of time; balancing crouching, stooping, bending and reaching; may require moderate to heavy weights up to 50 pounds handled; periodic awkward positions; Assists, supports and lifts patients occasionally; pushes wheelchairs.
Fingering, grasping, feeling, repetitive motions; hearing and visual acuity, stress and exposure to both office environment and clinical environment dealing with prisoners, MH/MR patients and those who may be angry at times.
It has been determined that this job title has occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens and is covered by RHC’s Exposure Control Plan. This plan prevents the transmission of blood borne pathogens by limiting occupational exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials

Position Responsibilities:
Clerical:
Scan operative, ancillary and other reports and results in charts, records and runs reports via EHS.
Assist in daily pulling, filing and recurrent maintenance of patient charts.

Perform duties of medical secretary:
Greet patients, Schedule/cancel/follow up on no shows and reschedule any appointments, Follow check in and check out procedures, Answer phone in a courteous and professional manner, screen and route calls, take messages and assist with basic non-pharmaceutical; Remove phones from service and place on service in accordance with established hours of operation; Retrieve records, type, file, fax, photocopy, post mail, transcribe, etc. as required.
Open and process incoming mail and faxes; Match reports and results with patient EMR and send to appropriate provider.
Abstract and complete transfers of medical records; obtain appropriate signatures for release of medical records according to policy.
Attempt to collect account balances and collect payments for co pays and other payments at time of service; record payments on daily sheet; prepare bank slips; handle petty cash.
Reconcile daily activities at end of day and forward to Main Office.
Assist in the care and maintenance of office equipment.

Clinical:
Prepare exam rooms; gather supplies; assist in cleaning equipment and exam rooms.
Greet and triage patients, take vital signs, escort patients to exam room, update patient demographics, histories and primary and secondary insurance information; assist with procedures.
Prepare specimens for laboratory testing, perform laboratory tests done at center and maintain laboratory, stock items, supplies and equipment.
Send refills to pharmacy.
Assist with computer data entry for Patient Electronic Care System.
Enter annual recalls, immunizations, pre-natal tracking, EPSDT Screening Forms, etc.; schedule appointments for return visits as ordered by physician.
Perform any tasks necessary for an audit of medical records.
Process referrals and/or patient information for primary care physicians, specialists, HMO’s and other ordered services and tests.
Prepare patients for exams; assist in procedures and emergencies.
Draw blood, give injections, perform office tests such as EKG, pulmonary functions, throat cultures, rapid strep tests, urine dips, pulse oximetry, vision and audiometric screening, hemocult testing and control testing as needed, etc.; perform wound care, chronic care training, crutch and walker training and collect and process samples.
Provide new patient orientation as specified.
Notify patient of non-covered services and obtain patient signature for Medicare or Medical assistance Notification of Responsibility.
Assist with obtaining prior authorizations when necessary.
Search EMR for procedure and diagnosis codes; demonstrate competence in coding, billing, referrals, third party guidelines, reimbursement, claim submission and managed care guidelines.
Offers support to patients and co-workers.
Adhere to Universal Health Standards.
Sterilize equipment.
Restock supplies and equipment.

Other:
May serve as language translator.
Maintain safe, secure and healthy work environment and environment of care.
Maintain professional and technical knowledge via workshops, webinars, professional publications, etc.
Perform other duties within capabilities as assigned by supervisor or executive staff.
Adhere to all personnel policies in the conduct of personal and employment matters.

 

 

Benefits 2018-2019

BENEFITS

 

 

*(Based on 26 pays) ALL EMPLOYEES WILL PAY THE ABOVE RATE.

DENTAL RATES PAID BY RHC FOR INDIVIDUAL OR FAMILY IND= $22.63 FAMILY= $69.73

VISION IND = $4.17 (PAID BY RHC) FAMILY= $10.83 (PAID BY EMPLOYEE)

WAIVER BONUS ADDED TO PAY MEDICAL PLAN HUSBAND & WIFE = $138.88 FAMILY = $174.54 INDIVIDUAL = $67.30 (65 YRS AND OLDER ON MEDICARE) DENTAL= $12.30 VISION=$1.96

DENTAL RATES PAID BY RHC FOR INDIVIDUAL OR FAMILY

IND. _$22.63

FAMILY=$69.73

VISION

IND = $4.17 (PAID BY RHC)

FAMILY=$10.83 (PAID BY EMPLOYEE)

UNUM LIFE INS = NO CHARGE 2 TIMES SALARY CAPPED AT $100,000.00

UNUM LTD = NO CHARGE

MALPRACTICE/ PROVIDED BY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

HOLIDAYS 

11 PAID HOLIDAYS

½ CHRISTMAS EVE

½ NEW YEARS EVE

PENSION

403B TAX SHELTER ANNUITY

401K PENSION PLAN – RHC=4.5%

VACATION:

SEE JOB DESCRIPTION FOR VACATION ALLOWANCE

SICK TIME 10 DAYS PER YEAR/ 3.08 ACCRUED PER PAY

CAN ACCRUE A TOTAL OF 480 HRS.

PERSONAL DAYS

START= 2 DAYS BEFORE (DOH) OF MARCH, AFTER MARCH ONE PERSONAL TILL JULY 1ST THEN TWO

6TH YEAR= 3RD

9TH YEAR= 4TH

BIRTHDAY OFF – AFTER ONE YEAR OF EMPLOYMENT

FMLA AFTER ONE YEAR OF EMPLOYMENT

Employee Courtesy Allowances:

Discounts are granted to full-time employees if the employee and his eligible family members receive services provided by an RHC health center medical/dental provider.

Part-time employees working at least sixteen (16) hours per week are eligible for the medical and dental discounts; however, family members of part-time employees are not eligible.

Endodontics and prosthetics are not discounted for part-time employees.

Former employees, their spouses and their dependent children are not entitled to medical/dental discounts.

A discount applies only after all insurance benefits have been fully utilized.

Employee Responsibility: Employee will pay laboratory cost and other expenses RHC incurs for medical and/or dental services rendered.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Registered Nurse Job Description
REGISTERED NURSE JOB DESCRIPTION – RN

General Description: (Job Summary) Assists in the provision of exceptional primary and comprehensive health care as a member of a team of health care professionals; provides direct patient care as required.
Education, Training and Experience (Qualifications): Current PA R.N. required; 2-5 years health care experience preferred. Current CPR and AED certified. Clinical and Nursing skills, infection control, medication administration, health promotion and maintenance. Knowledge of patient/health evaluation, examination and assessment, histories, nutrition, lifespan development, anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, pharmacology, specimen collection; treatments, care, and procedures performed in clinic, data collection, documentation, EMR, patient education, etc.
Special Skills and Aptitudes: Accuracy— clinical and clerical, analytical, astute, attentive, businesslike/professional, caring/considerate, communication skills—verbal and written, detail oriented, flexible/adaptable, independent, independent thinking/sound judgement, interpersonal skills, leadership, organizational skills, perceptive, problem solving skills, tactful, team work, technical literacy, training skills.
Machines and Equipment Used: Machines, equipment, supplies and tools congruous to medical practice; PPE and prevailing office supplies and equipment.
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
Frequent walking and standing with some sitting;
medium work with moderate to heavy weights (20 to 50 lbs.) handled generally in optimal position.
Patient/physician contact; works with prisoners and MH/MR patients.
Stooping/crouching, reaching, fingering, grasping, feeling, repetitive motions; talking and hearing, close visual acuity.
It has been determined that this job title has occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens and is covered by RHC’s Exposure Control Plan. This plan is constructed to prevent the transmission of blood borne pathogens by limiting occupational exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials.
Position Responsibilities:
Assist physician and mid-level practitioners in patient care; assess patient needs and prepare patients
for examinations; take vital signs, assist in minor surgery and in emergencies.
Draw blood and prepare blood specimens for laboratory tests; perform laboratory procedures per
availability at center and maintain laboratory stock items and supplies.
Prepare and administer medications and give injections as ordered.
Administer various treatments and tests, e.g. electrocardiogram as needed/ordered.
Perform screening tests such as visual testing, audiometry, strep test, pulmonary functions, etc. Ensure
optimal functioning of equipment.
Maintain machinery, equipment and examination rooms in optimum condition; order and stock supplies; maintain quality control records for office equipment.
Verify pertinent patient information and update EMR. Along with the provider, record clinical data
required for financial and statistical reports.
Perform patient teaching on diets, medication use and other special care; provide counseling and
instruction regarding common patient issues as required.
Interact with Pharmacy and pharmaceutical representatives to secure medications for all patients.
Maintain supply of private and state vaccine inventory.
Respond to state and federal audit inquiries in regards to children’s vaccines.
Instruct and interact with nursing students, medical students, physicians’ assistant students and pharmacy students as required.
Perform duties and serve as OSHA representative for the center.
Participate in employee and student evaluations as needed; assist in training ne employees.
Maintain professional and technical knowledge via workshops, webinars, professional publications, etc.
Perform other duties within capabilities as assigned by supervisor or executive staff.
Adhere to all personnel policies in the conduct of personal and employment matters.