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Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as an Assistant Project Manager.
The FGP Assistant Project Manager will independently manage an assigned portfolio of projects, while assisting the Regional Director, Ambulatory Operations in driving key operational initiatives. The FGP Assistant Project Manager will utilize key performance metrics and workflows in order to optimize productivity, patient access and service quality across regional FGP practices.
In partnership with FGP practice leadership and managers, will assess, design, and lead project initiatives and performance improvement projects (i.e. enhancing patient access, optimizing exam room utilization, implementing new technology solutions to improve efficiency) across FGP practices.
Utilize key FGP data elements to help drive effective outcomes and optimal project deliverables.
Responsible to independently manage FGP projects, including scoping out projects, identifying goals and objectives and creating project plans that support various initiatives.
Responsible for managing project progress to ensure key milestones are met, including ensuring that project participants remain accountable for their deliverables. Analyzes risk using project management tools and identifies alternatives that will eliminate or minimize risk. Works independently to manage risk factors as needed to ensure projects remain on track and on time.
Facilitate and lead meetings and workgroups in partnership with FGP practice leadership and managers, as well as key stakeholders to discuss initiatives and strategize on improving and optimizing practice operations.
Collaborate with FGP practice leadership and managers to identify areas of focus, and work to implement new initiatives and best practices.
Responsible for developing and amending project plans and documentation as needed throughout the project, adapting the approach, timelines and deliverables as needed based on foreseen and unforeseen events to ensure project success.
Manages key components of projects, including but not limited to, analyzing various data points from EPIC and projecting future patterns.
Review and analyze key performance indicators and other data sources (i.e., physician templates, waitlists, FGP front-end scorecard, RVUs, patient experience data, etc.) to determine opportunities for practice optimization and future project opportunities.
Makes independent decisions and recommendations, while creating effective strategy implementation to drive projects to completion.
Collaborates with various stakeholders within and outside of the department, in order to build and promote positive working relationships.
Participate in meetings with key stakeholders and FGP leadership on the status of upcoming project initiatives.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelors degree required. A minimum of three years of healthcare related experience, or a similar combination of education/training and experience. At least two years of experience managing complex healthcare related projects including performance improvement, patient access and workflow optimization. Demonstrates the ability to lead and support a wide array of projects to successful completion. Candidate must have excellent oral and written communication skills as well as the interpersonal skills required to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization. Candidate must be a confident self-starter with excellent critical thinking, analytical, and organizational skills. Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office suite and Electronic Medical Records, preferably Epic.
Preferred Qualifications: Masters Degree Knowledge of project management tools, methods, and best practices such as those defined by the Project Management Institute (PMI).
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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