This is a Remote opportunity!
The Clinician Compensation Program Manager will design and implement clinician compensation programs for the Enterprise, including complex incentive plans. The incumbent will assess industry trends and the needs of the various enterprise platforms to create programs that effectively align provider compensation to productivity, quality and value-based-care goals.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
This list may not include all of the duties that may be assigned.
- Develops, implements, and evaluates clinician compensation and incentive strategies, plans, and programs that align with organizational and regional platform objectives including but not limited to clinician productivity, quality, VBC, and leadership.
- Leads clinician compensation projects and implements programs and plans across the Enterprise in a way that maximizes clinician satisfaction, business results, and quality care to patients.
- Employs change management and communication strategies to maximize program effectiveness to stakeholders.
- Takes the leadership role with Clinician Leadership, Human Resources, Analytics, and Scheduling areas to evaluate, implement, and maintain systems to accurately administer clinician compensation programs, mitigate risk, ensure compliance, and monitor/report performance.
- Works with Finance and Analytics to model, budget and forecast the cost and financial impact of clinician compensation program.
- Conducts research to understand industry and organization-specific issues, including financial information, compensation, rewards and corporate performance.
- Identifies opportunities to mature models to motivate individuals to accelerate change and achieve superior performance.
- Conducts market pricing, assisting in peer group selection, survey analyses, interpretation of salary data, financial modeling and special research projects.
- Acts as the Enterprise subject matter expert to the practice on clinician compensation.
- Consults with clinician leaders across the Enterprise in areas related to clinician compensation.
- Represents Clinician Services in projects and programs related to clinician compensation, benefits, contracting, performance measurement, productivity monitoring, and leadership development.
As the Program Manager, indirectly supervises peers in Medical Affairs, HR, Payroll, Scheduling and Informatics, as needed, to support effective program administration. May assume project lead role.
EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in business related field or health care administration. Masters preferred.
- Minimum 10 years of compensation program management with at least 3 years supporting clinician compensation and incentive programs required.
- Experience with compensation and incentive program design, data analysis, financial modeling and presentation design.
- Experience managing large scale projects across matrixed functions.
- Preferred experience with clinician benefit and productivity/scheduling models.
- Preferred experience in a primary care setting.
LICENSURE / CERTIFICATION: Certified Compensation and/or Benefits Professional (CCP/CBP) preferred
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
- Advanced knowledge of systems, regulations and communication strategies related to clinician compensation
- Excellent consulting, influence and communication skills
- Ability to work with stakeholders across regional platforms, business units and functional units
- Ability to present effectively to clinician and organizational leadership at all levels
- Intermediate proficiency in Microsoft Office with advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel
- Experience with data elements and reporting from payroll, scheduling, EMR and other data sources related to clinician compensation
- Preferred experience with Tableau or other data/report writing systems
- Preferred knowledge of change management strategies
TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS
- Non-patient facing
- May be full time remote/telework
- Must be U.S. based
OTHER PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
- Sense of sound
- Sense of touch
Adhere to all organizational information security policies and protect all sensitive information, including but not limited to ePHI and PHI (Protected Health Information), in accordance with organizational policy, as well as Federal, State, and local regulations.
Effective October 15, 2021 Pediatric Associates requires all employees to be vaccinated for Covid-19