JOB DESCRIPTION: The Regional Vice President will be responsible for ambulatory surgery centers in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Connecticut. Responsible for overseeing the operations, finance and partnership management of multiple facilities. The RVP is responsible for growth in case volume and EBITDA, recruitment of new surgeons and retention of existing surgeons and active management of the equity held by physicians in the partnership. The RVP will work closely with Development to identify and execute on opportunities to expand our presence in the market and will be responsible for ensuring a high Culture of Safety, Culture of Leadership and a low rate of Employee Turnover at all facilities.
Responsibilities and Expectations The following description of the job responsibilities and performance expectations are intended to reflect the major responsibilities of the job and is not intended to describe the minor duties or other responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time.
Strategic Planning for each Facility (20% of Time)
Responsible for ensuring each Administrator/CEO has prepared an annual business plan and is executing against it
RVP oversees initial development of the plan and ensures quarterly updates at Board level and at each Partnership Meeting
Monthly review of the plan by RVP during MOR calls
Case Growth (20%)
New Physician Recruiting
Monitor activities around earning more business from existing utilizers
Engage with Health Systems, IPAs, etc. to earn appropriate cases at all facilities in the region
New Service Line Development
Leadership Development with Administrators/CEOs (20%)
Financial/Reimbursement training (how to read and react to your MOR report)
Communication with physician and health system partners training
ID new talent, train and ensure succession plans are in place for Administrators, CEOs and the RVP role itself
Partnership Management (20%)
Attend Governing Board Meetings
Attend Partnership Meetings
Partnership Equity Management
Physician Succession Planning
Communication with Health System Partners
Full Deployment of USPI's EDGE and Leadership Initiatives (20%)
BeKind Patient Satisfaction deployment
Culture of Safety & Leadership action plans and annual surveys
REQUIRED SKILLS: Qualifications
Prefer Master's degree in Business Administration or Healthcare Administration. Equivalent experience considered.
Minimum five years' experience with exposure to healthcare business development & operations, finance and business consulting
Demonstrated experience in developing growth strategies
Demonstrated success with people management skills
Excellent verbal, written and formal presentation communication skills
Ability to work well with "C" level healthcare partners, physicians, employees, patients, and fellow workers
Excel & PowerPoint analytical and presentation skill a must
Ability to effectively articulate financial results respond to questions from hospital and physician partners
Strong mathematical aptitude to assist with financial budgeting, reporting and analysis
Up to 25% travel required. Selected candidates will be required to pass a Motor Vehicle Record check.
USPI complies with federal, state, and/or local laws regarding mandatory vaccination of its workforce. If you are offered this position and must be vaccinated under any applicable law, you will be required to show proof of full vaccination or obtain an approval of a religious or medical exemption prior to your start date. If you receive an exemption from the vaccination requirement, you will be required to submit to regular testing in accordance with the law.
United Surgical Partners International (USPI), a subsidiary of Tenet Healthcare Corporation (NYSE: THC), operates the largest ambulatory platform in the country. With more than 465+ facilities across the United States, the company serves patients in ambulatory surgery centers and surgical hospitals. For more information, please visit www.uspi.com. USPI’s mission is simple, but the gravity of it is profound. We care for every patient and their family as if they were our own. Each patient, each family, each and every time.