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Chief Financial Officer

Location: Charleston, SC

Department: Accounting and Finance

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Executive

The business of Healthcare is changing faster and faster.  When was the last time you had fun innovating and solving really big and important problems?  When was the last time you had a chance to work at a place big enough to have an impact but small enough to be nimble, execute change and make things happen?  If working with smart, high energy team members, moving fast to tackle big issues sounds appealing to you, then you should consider joining our team.

Medcare Integrated Health MSO is seeking a high energy, high talent, optimistic and enthusiastic CFO to join our team.  Our Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will have primary day-to-day responsibility for planning, implementing, managing and controlling all financial activities of the company.  He or she will be a business leader who is an educator and who will work as a business partner to all business units of the enterprise.  This will include direct responsibility for accounting, finance, financial forecasting, strategic planning, budgeting, deal analysis and negotiation, reporting and compliance. 

The MEDcare Integrated Health CFO will have responsibility for the onsite financial operation of the enterprise including financial reporting (includes oversight of EOM process, EOM/quarterly reports, financial audits, financial planning, volume reporting, financial analysis, forecasts, cash management).  The CFO will:

Utilize Lean Six Sigma methodology to develop a high performing, high value data driven financial team.

Plan, develop, and monitor financial policies and procedures in alignment with the company’s financial, regulatory & compliance standards.

Coordinate and oversee the preparation of the detailed annual budget with department heads and business unit leaders; monitors and oversees revenue cycle performance of clinics.

Direct management of financial staff; provides support for acquisitions and development including financial modeling, strategic planning, and due diligence evaluation.

Plan and evaluate managed care contracts, IPA, and employer direct agreements with the company (including payor credentialing).

Oversight on operating decisions including Charge Description Master (CDM) pricing, cash pay pricing, contracts, expenditure approval.

Responsible for ensuring compliance with company financial and accounting policies and procedures; ensures controls are effective in both design and operation, including the routine monitoring of controls.

Responsible for the monitoring of financial performance and the maintenance of reasonable and appropriate financial plans and forecasts.

Must have strong business acumen in order to work collaboratively and effectively with corporate departments such as compliance, corporate accounting/financial reporting, information systems, internal audit, legal, and other departments that provide support services to the outpatient imaging clinics.

Responsible for monitoring and taking an active role to continuously improve the revenue cycle.

Responsible for properly and prudently managing the commitment of capital.


Bachelor's degree in Finance, MBA and/or CPA designation strongly preferred.

Experience with health care operations preferable. A minimum of 7+ years of progressive financial health care experience in the areas of general accounting, financial statement preparation, review and analysis, multi-discipline management experience, revenue cycle, ethics, and excellent communication skills.

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