|Leadership - Non-Clinical||Operations||Charlotte||NC||166861|
Oncology Practice Solutions (OPS) announces an exceptional opportunity for an accomplished leader to serve as Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Created in 2021 by Southeast Radiation Oncology Group (SERO), OPS is a practice management partner that utilizes over 40 years of experience to provide group practice services and solutions to other oncology practices with SERO being its largest client. OPS supports its oncology-based clients with revenue cycle, practice support, and 3rd party services.
Southeast Radiation Oncology Group (SERO) is a physician-owned, 43-member radiation oncology practice in Charlotte, North Carolina which provides care across 19 locations and two free-standing radiation oncology centers. SERO maintains a commitment to physician leadership with the goal of providing the best possible care for its patients, and is recognized as the largest, independent radiation oncology practice in the nation.
The CEO will position OPS for rapid growth and expansion on a national scale while support both OPS and SERO’s operational and financial goals. The CEO will provide executive leadership in establishing a strategic vision to ensure both entities maintain a competitive position in a changing healthcare marketplace. Reporting to the President of the Board, the CEO will drive business development and revenue growth strategies for OPS while supporting the business operations and practices for SERO. The CEO will collaborate with the four physician managers of OPS to plan and implement initiatives to build organizational strength while adapting to clinical, economic, technological, and regulatory changes. The CEO will achieve the highest levels of business development, profitability, growth and operational excellence while fostering a culture of patient-centric care and maintaining the highest levels of patient, physician and customer satisfaction.
Successful candidates will demonstrate a track record of progressive leadership within an independent physician practice setting, with strong experience in strategic planning, business development and contract negotiations. Experience in start-ups, MSOs, or IPAs is preferred, as is an extensive understanding of healthcare and the ability to direct change, while being flexible to meeting the needs of many are essential. A Master’s degree in healthcare administration or business is required; experience in radiation or other cancer related specialty is a bonus, but not mandatory.
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