Business Professional Job In Lodi, California
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DEPARTMENT: Business Development
TITLE: Business Development Analyst
REPORTS TO: Business Development Director
SUMMARY: The Business Development Analyst positon supports the business development department’s day to day activity including new business analysis and research as well as market analysis and research. The primary expectations of the business analyst are to collect the data necessary to create business plans and financial Pro Formas enabling the department to present accurate and appropriate new business recommendations. Examples of new data analysis include, but are not limited to: annual environmental assessment report, community profiles, market share trend analysis, physician utilization trend analysis. Adheres to the Adventist Health Mission, Vision and Values statements.
EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE:
1. Associate’s Degree or equivalent combination of education/related experience.
2. Must have a strong working knowledge of accounting principles and procedures.
3. Proven ability to utilize available data to perform various financial and operational analyses.
4. Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
5. Strong written and verbal communication skills
6. Ability to work independently and handle difficult situations and interactions.
7. Willingness to travel within a designated service area of approximately 50 miles.
8. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite of programs (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Acess)
1. Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Business Development or business related field.
2. Three years’ accounting or finance experience.
3. Three years’ experience in a healthcare setting.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Adhere to all company policies, procedures and business ethics codes.
2. Manages physician inquiries regarding placement opportunities, physician recruitment and orientation.
3. Ensures the content, format, and professional information is verified in compliance with company standards.
4. Call on all referring and non-referring physicians and office staff to increase referral volume.
5. Possess a keen technical aptitude and demonstrated ability to promote multiple specialty service lines at any given time.
6. Interfaces with both office staff and physicians to improve communication and understanding of the needs and wants of the referring practices.
7. Possess a keen technical aptitude and demonstrated ability to promote multiple specialty service lines at any given time.
8. Professional appearance attire and presence
9. Meets all production goals set by management.
10. Other duties as assigned by management.
1. Conducts hospital and department business in an ethical and lawful manner, and willing to report any knowledge of real or potential fraud or abuse according to the Lodi Health Compliance Code of Conduct.
2. Will not use or disclose individually identifiable health information of patients over and above that which is minimally required to perform your assigned position responsibilities.
1. Typical non-smoking office environment.
2. Works in clean, well-lighted building with a central air and heating system.
3. Requires pedestrian trips to other buildings within the hospital facilities.
4. Travel for business on public carriers during daytime and evening hours.
5. Potential exposure to infectious diseases, blood-borne pathogens, and hazardous materials and substances.
See attached Job Task Analysis for essential physical requirements.
Duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted or changed at any time at the discretion of the Director or designee, formally or informally, either verbally or in writing.
Lodi Health is a private, not-for-profit health system that strives to improve the quality of life in the community it serves - both in and beyond its walls. As a non-profit, unaffiliated health system, Lodi Health is able to reinvest in talent, technology and physicians to ensure patients receive quality and very personal care.
Since April of 1952 when the Lodi Memorial Hospital's doors first opened, until today, Lodi Health has evolved to meet the changing community's need. In 1952, there were 14,000 residents in Lodi. Today there are 65,000, and the area served beyond Lodi's boundaries has grown to more than a quarter million people.
Over the last 63 years, a lot has changed at Lodi Memorial Hospital. New buildings and wings have been erected. New technologies, like robotic-assisted surgery, have been introduced. Quality physicians and dedicated nurses have worked round the clock. Lodi Memorial Hospital became Lodi Health to encompass all of its services that provide the quality health care you need with the compassion and personal attention you want from the first day of your life and every day thereafter.
Our vision is to be the first choice for health care by providing the highest level of quality, care access, wellness and affordability through partnerships with patients, staff, physicians and the community we serve.
Now, Lodi Health is pleased to join the Adventist Health family, which allows for even greater service in Lodi and its surrounding communities.