Executive Healthcare Recruiters
Read below to discover some of the open positions available through Nagle & Associates, click on the position to see full details. If you see something you’re interested in, please contact us.
The financial leader will be part of a dynamic faith-based health system that is on the forefront of value-based care and payment reform in Omaha, Nebraska. They will have the opportunity to be innovative in setting and operationalizing strategy, while developing a team that reports to them. They will influence the financial planning of 15 hospitals in the region, and gain high visibility across the CHI national health system leadership team. The right person in this role has the opportunity to advance quickly to a system-wide C-suite role in a few years. There is also a very aggressive compensation package associated with this position.
The role of the Clinical Care Manager is to coordinate continuity of care for patients often as a liaison between the patient’s family and healthcare organization, ensuring that the proper treatment is administered at the appropriate time to maximize health and well-being while also minimizing the need for hospitalization. The Care Manager strives to promote self-managed care and the use of healthcare resources in the most cost-effective way possible, working with patients of all ages and conditions, but primarily focusing on a specific population. The individual in this position has overall responsibility for overseeing the clinical plan of care to conform to evidence-based practice and regulatory requirements. This position integrates care coordination, utilization management, and discharge planning.
The Healthcare Coding Specialist’s responsibility is to create educational material in both Risk Adjustment and Quality Measure coding, complete chart audits and educate providers within their new Dallas-based Accountable Care Organization (ACO). The individual in this position has the opportunity to move into management in the near future, and to work with a growing ACO management company on the forefront of value-based care delivery.
Nagle and Associates, a Coker Group company, has been retained to conduct a search for a Radiation Oncologist for Northside Hospital located in Atlanta, Georgia. Northside Hospital is a three not-for-profit hospital system, located in Atlanta, Forsyth and Cherokee, with a total of 868 licensed beds throughout North Metro Atlanta, Georgia. The Radiation Oncologist for Northside Hospital will be joining a collegial established team and a physician enterprise that believes strategic success is a planned action.
Extensive peer review of every treatment case, comprehensive physics and dosimetry quality assurance processes, and a multi-disciplinary safety and education team are just a few of the outstanding NHCI programs continually monitoring and improving our intricate treatment planning and delivery system as a whole. According to their philosophy, safety and quality are always interrelated and are never afterthoughts: delivering the highest achievable quality of treatment with optimal safety is their paramount goal for every individual entrusted to their care.
If interested please contact Kelley Dunn, MBA, FACHE Vice President at email@example.com or at 770-298-0272
OrthoVirginia, is a 100 physician orthopedic group providing services through 20 offices across the state of Virginia. OrthoVirginia is a dynamic and growing practice looking for like minded leadership. In addition to clinical services, they also provide physical therapy and hand therapy services, MRI and ambulatory surgery. Currently in the process of restructuring into a fully integrated state wide practice.
The CEO will have oversight of the administrative team including: chief financial officer, chief operating officer; chief technical officer. The CEO will be responsible to the board and will work directly with the Executive Committee and administrative leadership in overseeing the management of the practice.
CEO should have both orthopedic and large practice experience and a minimum of 10+ years successful experience leading successful practices. Undergraduate degree required, and a Master’s in business or health related area is strongly preferred. Candidates must have large medical practice management experience with multi-city locations. Seeking strategic leader with strong communication and operational skills. Will be based in Richmond, but will travel throughout the state to other office locations.
Northside Hospital, is a three not-for-profit hospital system, located in Atlanta, Forsyth and Cherokee, with a total of 868 licensed beds throughout North Metro Atlanta, Georgia. The Manager of Clinical Quality Data (MCQ) for Northside Hospital will report to the Director of Patient Care Clinical Quality and Systems. The MCQ will manage and coordinate meaningful use initiatives as defined by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services in collaboration with Information Systems Regulatory Compliance Manager and Clinical leadership. Responsible for ensuring that clinical documentation meets quality, compliance and regulatory standards for nursing and ancillary services. Manage the Patient Care Systems activities, quality reporting and training recommendations related to regulatory requirements. Responsible for the planning and execution of patient care projects related to meaningful use and the joint commission (TJC) standards. This position is responsible for the interpretation of MU definitions and other regulatory standards and responsible for leading teams in collaboration with information technology (IT) and operational leadership to facilitate the implementation of regulatory and MU requirements.
The successful candidate will be joining a collegial leadership team and a physician enterprise that believes strategic success is a planned action. Professional knowledge in healthcare delivery systems and management to include theory, practice and administration in order to direct planning and implementation at a level normally acquired through the completion of a B.S.N. in Nursing or a closely related field is required. Approximately five years of progressively more responsible related work experience is necessary along with a minimum of three years management experience of electronic health records (EHR) implementation and optimization projects.
Springhill Medical Center, a progressive, full service hospital located in beautiful Mobile, Alabama, is one of the top ranked hospitals in the region, SMC takes great pride in providing superior patient care in a family oriented environment. Over the years, the hospital has more than quadrupled in size and has made sound, strategic decisions which have positioned the organization to be a major competitor in their local healthcare scene. Their unflagging commitment has been to support the physicians with state of the art technology that they need to provide high quality care for their patients. Additional information on SMC: https://www.springhillmedicalcenter.com/
The Director of Facilities Management provides the efficient, productive & effective management of the Facilities Management Department including Plant Operations personnel & staffing, the overall environment of care, regulatory agency codes and standards, employee safety related education and compliance.
In addition, is responsible for Life Safety Management Programs, Utilities Management Programs, Emergency Management Programs, Public Utilities and functional delivery and distribution of essential systems, departmental safety programs, construction project development and project management, landscape & grounds maintenance, contractual and purchasing negotiations, tenant relations, fixed and mobile equipment and all Corporate and Hospital owned assets.
DCH Health System, located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama is a three hospital system with a 583 bed Regional Medical Center, a 204 bed community hospital, and a 61 bed rural hospital. Through these hospitals, the Health System provides a wide range of healthcare services and advanced care to the residents of West Alabama.
The Director of Supply Chain Management position offers an exceptional opportunity to work in a leading regional hospital system with strong, stable leadership and located in a popular, thriving college community. This role touches basically every area of the hospitals, and is a highly visible, significant position that offers excellent potential for professional growth and development.
Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Director of Supply Chain Management is responsible for directing the System Material Management departments related to purchasing, receiving, storage, distribution, contract management, value analysis, inventory control, forms management, mail service and printing. He/she is also responsible for ensuring efficient and cost-effective supply and equipment acquisition, utilization and distribution for the System.