ACMPE: The American College of Medical Practice Executives

To echo the words of The College “It’s within your reach.”

Certified Medical Practice Executive (CMPE) is one of our profession’s most respected credentials. CMPE certified practice administrators can earn 10% to 40% more than non-certified managers (depending group size and location) when compared to non-CMPE certified practice administrators. Obtaining certification alone won't account for the increase in wages; the commitment to continuing education and increased networking opportunities when combined with the credentials of certification add value and competency to your personal management portfolio.

Once you've achieved your CMPE -- Fellowship is your next step! 

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AKMGMA Career Center

AKMGMA Members may submit postings at no charge to our Career Center.  Please submit your ad to admin@akmgma.org and a member of our team will publish your ad.  AKMGMA reserves the right to review and suggest edits as we deem appropriate.


 

VERA WHOLE HEALTH

REGIONAL MANAGER & LEAD PHYSICIAN

Anchorage School District is offering a management opportunity with Vera Whole Health, the ASD contractor for employee and family health clinic.  The clinic will be located at the Kuukpik Office Building on 36th Street. Vera Whole Health is looking for two leadership positions: a Regional Manager and a Lead Physician. This is a great opportunity for someone looking for a leadership position in a start up clinic. Please contact John Garrity if you are interested in applying:  

 

John Garrity
Senior Director, Healthcare Services
Anchorage School District

 

 


 

ANCHORAGE NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CENTER

MEDICAL RECORDS SUPERVISOR

SUMMARY OF POSITION:  This position is responsible for ensuring Medical Records’ services throughout ANHC’s integrated healthcare delivery system and for finding creative ways to improve efficiencies of the Medical Records department.  This includes, but is not limited to, working and managing the flow of health information requests and responses to, from and within ANHC; ensuring timely availability of incoming information in patient charts; systematic quality assurance audits; physical safety, security and confidentiality of protected health information; evaluation of medical records processes and controls against the organization’s internal and external information needs on an ongoing basis; compliance with relevant State and Federal regulations regarding medical records; hire, train, supervise, and evaluate Medical Records staff; oversee transcription functions; help develop and monitor Medical Records’ departmental budget; coordinate the ordering of equipment and supplies for the Medical Records department within established budgetary parameters.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree preferred. Minimum two to five years of experience working in a Medical Records department including experience with release of protected health information and HIPAA compliance strategies. Two years of supervisory experience required to include hiring, training, evaluating and discipline of staff. Process improvement experience required.

HIRING RANGE:    DOE

HOW TO APPLY:    

Download an application at http://www.anhc.org/applyonline and submit your cover letter, resume and application online or to:

Human Resources

Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center

4951 Business Park Boulevard

Anchorage, Alaska 99503

(Fax) 907-743-7256

HR@anhc.org


 

ANCHORAGE NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CENTER

CLINICAL OPERATIONS MANAGER

SUMMARY OF POSITION:  The Clinical Operations Manager is responsible for day-to-day nursing operations under the general direction of the Chief Operations Officer. This position supervises and directs the clinical support staff for the Center and includes a concentration in refining standard operating procedures to enhance patient experience and provider support. Directly responsible for administration and creation of department policies, procedures, orientation, ongoing training and development, hiring and evaluation of the nursing department staff.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from an accredited college or university, Master’s Degree in Nursing, Healthcare Administration or related field preferred. Active license as a Registered Nurse in the state of Alaska. Four years’ experience in a multi-specialty medical group setting including, procedure development and two to five years’ supervisory experience required.  Community Health Center experience preferred.

HIRING RANGE:    DOE

HOW TO APPLY:    

Download an application at http://www.anhc.org/applyonline and submit your cover letter, resume and application online or to:

Human Resources

Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center

4951 Business Park Boulevard

Anchorage, Alaska 99503

(Fax) 907-743-7256

HR@anhc.org


 

Independence Park Medical Services

Sonographer

Independence Park Medical Services is seeking a knowledgeable and professional medical sonographer who is able to independently perform all outpatient ultrasound procedures with high quality results.  Special skills required of the sonographer include professional demeanor, be customer service motivated and be able to communicate effectively with patients and healthcare personnel.

Schedule:  Part-time with flexible hours

Salary: Depends on experience

Location:  Alaska – South Anchorage

Send resume to Jessicaf@ipmsak.net and call (907) 522-1341


 

Independence Park Medical Services

ANP or PA

Independence Park Medical Services is looking for a full-time ANP or PA with women’s health experience for our growing OB/GYN department. You must be an enthusiastic self-starter willing to grow an existing patient base. We offer a competitive negotiable salary, full benefits and paid CME. I look forward to speaking with you.

Send CV and Reference List to Jessicaf@ipmsak.net and call (907) 522-1341


ANCHORAGE NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CENTER

DIRECTOR OF PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

SUMMARY OF POSITION: This position is responsible for planning, directing, coordinating, and supervising the delivery of primary health care services utilizing a patient centered medical home model, in a community health center environment.  The Director oversees a continuously evolving integrated health care delivery system, with specific attention to patient-centered service excellence at all times and an emphasis on preventive care and quality. Areas of oversight include engagement with technological innovations (e.g. EHR, EMR), attention to an increasingly complex regulatory environment, and continuous evaluation of ANHC medical practice needs in order to serve the triple aim of improved health, lower costs and better care.

QUALIFICATIONS:

• Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in in healthcare administration or a business-related field, with 3-5 years relevant experience in practice management or health care administration, and a minimum of 3-5 years in a leadership/supervisory role (or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience).

• Master’s Degree preferred. Also preferred: Community Health Center experience. Additional certifications in change management and practice management (e.g. Certified Medical Practice Executive- CMPE) are desirable.

HIRING RANGE: DOE

HOW TO APPLY: Download an application at https://www.anhc.org/applyonline and submit your cover letter, resume and application online or to:

Human Resources

Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center

4951 Business Park Boulevard

Anchorage, Alaska 99503

(Fax) 907-743-7256

HR@anhc.org


 ANCHORAGE NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CENTER

DIRECTOR OF QUALITY INTEGRATION & POPULATION HEALTH

SUMMARY OF POSITION: The Director of Quality Integration & Population Health is responsible for implementation, integration, and reporting of quality and population health initiatives undertaken by ANHC. The Director has oversight for the provision of measurement and resulting actionable strategies to support continuous quality improvement, and support of programs designed to facilitate greater levels of population health. This position oversees a team of Quality and Population Health professionals at ANHC, and provides strategic leadership to the organization, while maintaining alignment with the Mission and Values of the organization.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree, any field, with 3-5 years relevant experience in quality improvement and population health practice, and a minimum of 3-5 years in a leadership/supervisory role (or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience).
  • Master’s Degree preferred. Also preferred: Clinical and/or Healthcare Experience, and Community Health Center experience. Additional certifications in change management, coaching, and wellness/fitness specialties are desirable.

HIRING RANGE: DOE

HOW TO APPLY:

Download an application at https://www.anhc.org/applyonline and submit your cover letter, resume and application online or to:

Human Resources
Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center
4951 Business Park Boulevard
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
(Fax) 907-743-7256
HR@anhc.org

 


 


Cornerstone Clinic Medical Center is recruiting Providers for our thriving medical practice. CCMC, Christian Health Associates has been a respected practice in Anchorage, Alaska for 21 years. Would you like to practice medicine in a faith based atmosphere? Weekends and holiday off. Would you like to practice where you have counseling support for your patients? Cornerstone Clinic Counseling Center is on the same property. Cornerstone Clinic Medical Center is in South Anchorage in a residential community within 5 minutes to the great Alaska wilderness, recreation, and scenery. Competitive salary, malpractice insurance, health insurance, and a wonderful working environment await you at Cornerstone Clinic. Enjoy a sustainable payer mix, a diversity of medical diagnoses, collegial setting, and a work ethic rooted in faith. See a reasonable number of patients daily without the rush. Our patient appointments are 30 minutes and 60 minutes. A large part of our Mission Statement is, “caring for the care giver” and we take this seriously. So, if you are looking for a stimulating practice with a good life balance, contact David today. dfrain@christianhealth.org Currently recruiting Family Practice Physicians Family Practice Providers (ANP, PAC) Family Psychiatrist Osteopathic Physicians (OMT skills preferred but will train) We are also open to other specialties. Christian Health Associates is an organization that is committed to serving our community, nation, and the world in a way that glorifies and pleases the Lord Jesus Christ. Our mission is to nurture individuals and care givers through quality care, education and supportive services locally and globally. We provide services directly through our associates and by networking and collaborating with other organizations. We cultivate and develop service providers to their fullest potential in a Christian environment. We care for the whole person based on the interrelationship of the body, soul and spirit. We operate from a Christian world view and always strive to conduct business and serve in ways that honor God and benefit others. If you are a person who would like to be a part of our dynamic and committed team, please submit your application today. Our Association includes but is not limited to; Cornerstone Clinic, Medical and Counseling Center (Anchorage & Homer), School Based Health Centers, Alaska Medical Missions, Healthy Smiles Forever, and Anchorage Project Access.