The Home Therapies Area Manager is responsible for management of the Home Therapies business; providing effective leadership to achieve clinical, growth, and financial targets, through partnership with the Administrators, Home Therapies Director and/or Home Therapies Vice President and Regional Vice Presidents.
Works with Administrators to achieve monthly, quarterly and annual projections based on financial and management objectives.
Engages with Physician Partners regularly on existing business, to assess needs and ensure physician satisfaction.
Partners with RVPs, Home Therapies, and Business Development teams to ensure the development of a sustainable and efficient business footprint and identify opportunities for new clinics.
Develops and drives a growth strategic plan for the assigned territory and each market therein to achieve growth targets and financial goals. Provides oversight to implement the plan.
Works in partnership with local management to oversee Home operations of assigned clinics/home programs from a fiscal, clinical, technical, regulatory, personnel, business management, and growth perspective in accordance with Company goals.
Achieves program target goals for patient outcomes in accordance with quality patient care and Company goals at assigned clinics/home programs.
In collaboration with IDT, identify opportunities to drive systematic changes in the region to aid in the achievement of targets.
Ensures home programs execute to the highest clinic, patient satisfaction, and operating standards.
Knowledge of and remains current with federal, state, local laws and regulations, including health care professionals, practice act requirements with regards to Home Therapies.
Triage Home operational issues in partnership with Administrators, Director/VP Home Therapies, and RVPs as needed.
Initiates Corrective Action Plan development, implementation, and follow-through as required for internal and external surveys.
In partnership with Director/VP Home Therapies and RVPs, develops physician and referral source relationships and oversees local marketing efforts. Maintains a positive/collaborative relationship with physicians, area hospital agencies and the community.
Acts as the Home subject matter expert with Medical Directors and physicians to coordinate quality patient care.
Responsible for developing Home Therapies knowledge for RVPs and Administrators. Ensure they are able to effectively operate and grow the Home business.
Responsible for on-going development of Home RNs, in collaboration with Administrators, Home Directors responsible for the development of Home Therapies knowledge.
Creates positive culture and support system for Home Administrator, RN, and other home staff across the region(s).
Ensure all staff meet required qualifications for the position held and perform duties within limitations established by and in accordance with company policy/procedures, health care professionals practice acts, applicable state, and federal laws and regulations.
Responsible for hiring and supervising program staff as needed in collaboration with Administrators and Human Resources Department.
Maintain effective personnel management and employee relations, including evaluating the performance of personnel; approving and submitting time worked and counseling and disciplining employees.
Minimum of two (2) years prior management experience of a multi-site health care provider or three (3) to five (5) years of demonstrated excellence in managing a dialysis program as an Administrator.
Bachelor's degree in business or nursing is required. Combination of education, specialty certifications and experience in related area will be considered in lieu of degree.
Excellent leadership and coaching skills.
Strong public relations skills for dealing with physicians, vendors, hospital personnel, Managed Care Organizations, etc. are valuable.
Must have basic computer skills, including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook); proficiency in all USRC applications required within 90 days of hire.
Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills are required.
U.S. Renal Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Veteran.