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                Director of Clinical Practice Operations

                Menlo Medical Clinic

                Stanford Health Care and Stanford UHA

                Menlo Park, CA

                Executive Search firm, Avoca Search, is pleased to be working with Menlo Medical Clinic in Menlo Park, CA in their search for a transformational Nurse leader for the role of Director of Clinical Practice Operations.

                This is an exciting opportunity for an innovative and transformative operations leader looking to utilize their clinical expertise to make an impact in a vital role within a medical group established in the community for over 75 years. With strong executive support from Menlo Clinic and Stanford Health Care, this role offers a career-building opportunity. The Director of Clinical Practice Operations will create and mentor an exceptional team and build solid physician relationships in clinics located in beautiful Menlo Park, a community of diverse-range residents.

                The Director of Clinical Practice Operations will work with the leadership team to advance the vision of Menlo Medical Clinic. This will include establishing collaborative physician and administrative partnerships, standardizing clinical workflows, strategic planning, building an engaged and inspired staff, and providing strengths-based growth and development opportunities for his/her team, while promoting work-life harmony and an exceptional customer experience.

                This is an ideal role for an operations leader with clinical expertise who can build relationships and partnerships by engaging, earning trust, and building credibility with physicians and staff. In addition, ideal candidates will have an RN license and at least 5 years of management and/or clinical administrative experience in a health-related field. Ambulatory/outpatient experience and a Master’s Degree are preferred.

                For a more detailed description of this role and candidate qualities, to submit your resume, or to recommend a colleague, please contact Kim Ratier at

                Posted 01-17-22

                Chief Finance Officer

                With Central California Faculty Medical Group (CCFMG), you are joining an organization that places you at the forefront of health care innovation! CCFMG supports the physicians affiliated with UCSF Fresno to help make medical education happen in California’s Central Valley. Our Senior Leadership team is currently seeking a Chief Finance Officer to oversee our financial planning and accounting practices.

                In this role, you will oversee and direct the budgeting, audit, tax, accounting, purchasing, long-range forecasting, and insurance activities. You will develop and implement financial policies and procedures and ensure compliance. This role will evaluate CCFMG's financial position and report on our financial stability, liquidity, and growth. This role will also prepare annual budgets as well as the preparation and issuance of the organization's annual tax and other reports.


                You will need 10+ years’ experience in financial/accounting management with experience in health care financial management strongly preferred. You must have a Master’s degree and CPA. Additionally, advanced financial accounting and statistical skills are necessary.

                Apply now by contacting Stephanie Delgado, Recruitment Manager, at or online at

                Posted 01-17-22

                Contracts Specialist

                With Central California Faculty Medical Group (CCFMG), you are joining an organization that places you at the forefront of health care innovation! CCFMG supports the physicians affiliated with UCSF Fresno to help make medical education happen in California’s Central Valley. We are currently seeking a Contracts Specialist within our Reimbursement division to oversee all aspects of contract administration.

                This role will be responsible for facilitating the development, analysis, negotiation and execution of contract terms and conditions. The responsibilities include tracking and updating of medical service contracts and maintaining appropriate records of these activities. In addition, the Contract Specialist will analyze financial information and work closely with operational departments to ensure the success of contract performance. In this role, you will serve as a relationship liaison with payers in the market and provides assistance with issues related to payer requirements, claims, and reimbursement rates.


                ·      Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and related work experience

                ·      Minimum four years related work experience, preferably in a medical or hospital setting.

                ·      Three years health related work experience concerning contracting, payment/reimbursement methodologies.

                To apply, please contact Rhonda Neese, Recruiter, at

                Posted 1-3-22

                Medical Director - INFORMATICS

                San Mateo Medical Center

                $237,848.00 - $297,294.40 Annually

                San Mateo Medical Center has an exciting leadership opportunity for a Medical Director-Informatics. Come join this engaged group of leaders in the daily operational and strategic work related to information systems for San Mateo Medical Center.

                The San Mateo Medical Center (SMMC), located in the San Francisco Bay Area, is a public hospital and clinic system operating outpatient clinics throughout San Mateo County, and an acute-care hospital in San Mateo.  SMMC is part of San Mateo County Health Department.  SMMC has been providing healthcare to our community and surrounding service area since 1930.  It is committed to developing leadership across the organization and creating a culture of continuous process improvement using lean management and process improvement philosophy.

                The Medical Director-Informatics will lead and be responsible for the planning and implementation of information systems used in the clinical environment and facilitate the development of the clinical enterprise. This Medical Director is the tactical and strategic leader for clinical information systems that support health and well-being of patients and advancement of clinical quality and safety initiatives.

                The Medical Director-Informatics is responsible for establishing the vision, future directions, and strategic use of clinical information systems for optimum health care. The Medical Director-Informatics is a proponent of new and emerging health care technologies while understanding the impact on the organization, the physician citizens of the organization and the patient. The Medical Director-Informatics is active in the policy sector of healthcare by engaging with local, regional and national issues affecting the delivery of care.

                The Medical Director-Informatics will receive general direction from the Chief Quality and Experience Officer and will exercise direct and indirect supervision over all levels of medical/professional, technical and support staff.  The position is split 25% clinical and 75% administrative, depending on the needs of the organization.

                The ideal candidate will have:

                • At least three years of medical leadership experience, in the areas of planning, development, preparation and implementation of strategic and tactical clinical information systems
                • MD with a Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration, Medical Informatics or Business Administration preferred
                • Healthcare information technology experience providing medical leadership for clinical information systems and computerized physician order entry
                • Knowledge of clinical workflow and technology needs in inpatient and outpatient settings
                • Ability to perform as a strong leader with practical experience in the use of clinical technologies to support patient care
                • A high level of clinical knowledge, analytical ability, critical decision-making skills and an extensive knowledge of healthcare issues, with a focus on the science of integrating healthcare, technology and clinical data that results in improving patient clinical outcomes
                • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with a diversity of personalities. Must be approachable, show respect for others and be able to present data with effective communication and presentation skills. Must be an effective consensus builder.
                • A good grasp of clinical workflow in both inpatient and outpatient settings, and an interest in clinical information systems and outcomes measurement
                • Experience with standardization of systems and consolidation of multiple information systems
                • Experience implementing organization-wide, hospital-wide and clinical area–wide information systems
                • Advanced leadership and management skills, interpersonal skills and customer service skills to interact with multiple areas of stakeholders to affect change
                • Ability to cultivate and maintain strong working relationships with executives and physicians
                • Ability to perform effectively in a complex changing environment
                • Ability to analyze complex problems and develop recommendations and solutions
                • Action oriented and results driven
                • High integrity and trustworthiness


                Licensure/Certification: License to practice medical or osteopathy in the State of California.

                Education and Experience: Requires completion of a residency program, one year administrative or supervisory experience and Board Certification or eligibility for certification in internal medicine, family practice or a medical or surgical subspecialty.

                Knowledge of: 

                • Laws, statues and local, State and Federal regulations governing California Health Services providers and JCAHO and other regulatory requirements
                • Principle and practices of modern medicine 
                • Advanced management practices and organizational dynamic principles
                • Quality assurance as it applies to medical services
                • Program management and health care administration. 
                • Sound budget principles and governmental appropriation budget. 
                • Principles of supervision. 
                • Lean process improvement and quality improvement. 
                • Clinical advances and evidence-based practices for delivery of psychiatric and addiction medicine services. 

                Final Filing Date:  January 11, 2022

                To learn more about this amazing career opportunity and how to apply, read our job posting at:

                or visit the County jobs portal page at Applications are only accepted online.

                The County of San Mateo is a diverse, inclusive workplace, where employees are valued and respected for their different perspectives, experiences, backgrounds, and contributions. We are proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

                Posted 12/15/21

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