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Financial Analyst

Oakwood Hospital – Dearborn, MI

Job Summary:

Under minimal direction and supervision from the Chief Finance Administrator, the

Financial Analyst I compiles financial and statistical data, identifies trends, anomalies

and formulates conclusions. Prepares data and reports for presentation purposes.

Performs routine office functions necessary for delivery of work product.

Primary Job Duties:

Accumulates and inputs data into various financial models, templates and

software and insures accuracy of the data by reconciling to source system.

Compiles and analyzes statistical data.

Works with leadership to assess analysis and reporting needs and develops data

sources and reports as necessary.

Participate in the presentation and auditing of performance metrics,

measurements, methods and targets; assist in identifying performance

improvement opportunities.

Investigates and reports on budget variance upon request of site or finance


Responsible for providing support during the capital and operating budget


Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Job Qualifications:


Bachelor’s Degree in accounting/finance.


1-3 years accounting/finance experience. Knowledge of

budgeting, accounting, financial management


Financial Analyst

Oakland Regional Hospital – Warren, MI

Job Summary:

Oakland Regional Hospital is a 71 bed Physician owned hospital located in Southfield, MI. Our primary objective is to ensure high quality health care and cost effective outcomes by providing inpatient hospital, inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient surgical, diagnostic and rehabilitation services. We provide a positive environment that is patient and physician centered. Care is delivered with quality, competence and compassion to all people regardless of race, creed, age, sex, or national origin. For further information on Oakland Regional Hospital, please visit

We are currently looking to fill the position of full-time Financial Analyst in our Warren office. The Financial Analyst works within the finance department preparing and analyzing financial statements and reports for a multiple location physician practice and hospital. The position reports to the Chief Financial Officer and works closely with the accountant and accounts payable staff at Michigan Surgery Specialists and Oakland Regional Hospital.

Benefits Include:

Excellent health insurance through BCBS or BCN. Delta Dental.

EyeMed vision.

401k with employer match.

Employer paid life insurance, short-term disability & long-term disability. Generous paid time off.

Job Summary:

 Assists in preparing and posting journal entries to the general ledger.

 Performs account reconciliations, account analysis, accrual calculations and other related accounting documents and schedules.

 Assists in the preparation of monthly financial statements and other financial reports as requested by upper management.

 Analyzes financial statements and detailed expense reports to provide explanations of variances.  Assists in the preparation of the year-end audit.

 Assists in preparation of 1099s to vendors.  Assists in various 3rd party audits.

 Prepares financial packages for physicians.

 Communicates with physicians to assist in understanding financial reports.  Cross trains as back-up for other staff.

 Demonstrates initiative and follow through.

 Promotes effective working relations and works effectively as part of a department inter and intra departmentally to facilitate the department’s ability to meet its goals and objectives.

 Maintains HIPPA and other lawful practices. Qualifications/Position Requirements:


 Bachelors Degree in Accounting required


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

 Individual must have strong spreadsheet skills and general ledger experience  Ability to detect and avoid errors in preparing and reviewing financial reports  Ability to work and communicate effectively with all levels of management and staff  Must have strong analytical and problem solving skills

 Individual must be customer service oriented To apply:

Fax: (248) 423-5179



Director, Revenue Transformation

Trinity Health


Primary responsibility is the joint execution of the Unified Revenue Organization’s (URO) Service Management Framework (SMF) with URO leadership and revenue management leadership in multiple Regional Health Ministries. Functions as liaison between operating regions, RHMs, and all functional areas comprising URO central operations (Proactively

interacts with URO Senior Leadership, Regional Health Ministry C-Suite executives, Functional Vice Presidents, URO Functional Site Directors, URO Directors and Managers.) Accountable for maintaining and fulfilling Service-Level Agreements (SLA) with operating regions and Ministry Organizations (MO); and for cultivating effective client relationships with customer

organizations. Synchronizes UEM efforts to improve service delivery; and remove operational barriers to achieving the requisite outcomes associated with improved patient, physician, payer, and employee experiences.


Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, or related area. MBA or MHA degree strongly preferred. Five (5) to eight (8) years of executive-level experience leading revenue management or financial services at a multi-entity, healthcare delivery organization. Successful past experiences managing complex change initiatives within financial services; emphasis on customer service alignment/improvement efforts strongly desired. Comprehensive knowledge of healthcare financial services operations (billing & collections, insurance, patient accounts management, managed care, reimbursement, and pricing). Demonstrated competency in implementing service excellence practices; and Customer Resource Management (CRM). Strong analytical skills and effective

verbal/written/interpersonal communications skills. Certification as Fellow, Healthcare Financial Management Association (FHFMA); and Fellow, Academy of Healthcare Management (FAHM) highly desired. Must be comfortable operating in a collaborative, shared leadership


Req # 90016824

Director, Patient Access and MO Financial Services

Trinity Health – Port Huron, MI


Responsible for leading and directing the work of the assigned Ministry Organization (MO) Patient Access and Revenue Management functions including: patient scheduling (as

assigned), reception/check-in, bed management, registration, financial counseling, clinic back office departments, (transcription, charge entry, coding, training, and revenue management support in both hospital and clinic systems). Motivates staff to achieve the highest levels of customer satisfaction and to meet the organization goals for customer service and financial performance. Optimizes staff performance through process redesign, policy/procedure implementation, communications, and outcome feedback. Interacts with other departments within the Shared Services Center (SSC) as well as within the Ministry Organizations (MO), as required and serves as a representative of the department. Attends managerial meetings as required and supports the core values of Trinity Health, which is an integral part of this position.



Must possess a demonstrated knowledge of Patient Access, Pre-Service and Revenue

Management functions for hospital and clinic, as normally obtained through a Bachelor's degree in Healthcare or Business Administration, Nursing, or a related field, or an equivalent

combination of years of education and experience. Three (3) or more years of experience managing functional areas of Registration, Pre-Service/Financial Clearance, Financial

Counseling, Case Management/Utilization Review, or other management functions related to revenue cycle activities in a complex, multi-site environment. Working knowledge of computer operations and electronic interfaces is required. Formal software course training is preferred. Certified Healthcare Access Manager (CHAM) as awarded by the National Association of Healthcare Access Management (NAHAM) or eligible candidate preferred. Ability to lead and manage diverse staff in a learning environment with frequent changes in departmental priorities. Ability to recognize necessary changes in priority of tasks and allocation of resources, and act upon them as required to meet workload balance. Demonstrated ability to interpret 3rd party payer contract requirements and recommend, design and implement procedures for compliance with regulations and standards. Ability to negotiate with insurance vendors, medical directors, and 3rd party payers when appropriate in order to facilitate the delivery of care in the most appropriate setting. Knowledge of Medical Necessity review guidelines (LMRP/LCD and SI/IS criteria) for commercial, Medicare, and Medicaid insurance products. Uses knowledge of insurance criteria and regulations in order to expedite appropriate use of resources and compliance with 3rd party payer contracts. Ability to communicate and work with

patients/guarantors, physicians, physician office personnel, associates, case managers, 3rd party payer review personnel, and others in order to expedite the patient access process to avoid negative financial and/or customer service impact on the facility. Dynamic communication skills (verbal and written) in dealing with trainees, associates, and internal/external customers. Serves as a change agent, coach, mentor, team builder and facilitator. Must possess strong organizational and analytical skills in order to detect and resolve problems. Ability to address complex problems with multi-level impacts and with solutions not readily apparent. Uses sound judgment, in-depth analysis and expertise to resolve issues. Ability to prioritize and deliver on key initiatives; demonstrated success in achievement of key performance metrics targets within time and budget constraints. Exhibits superior management skills that emphasize team building and strong leadership with the ability to provide clear direction to the department, while also functioning as an individual contributor. Ability to attract, develop, deploy and retain a world class revenue cycle team, capable of performing as a team and of evolving with the

organization’s vision and with cutting edge technologies. Displays a demonstrated

understanding of project management, revenue cycle technology infrastructure and related issues. Must be comfortable operating in a collaborative, shared leadership environment.




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