Practice Development Coordinator
Additional Information About the Role
The Practice Development Coordinator will support the Physician Recruitment process. The PDC will meet physician candidates onsite and guide them through the interview process.
BJC Medical Group is the multi-specialty physician organization of BJC HealthCare and includes over 600 doctors and advanced practice providers who are affiliated with the top-ranked hospitals in the area.
Since 1994, BJC Medical Group has provided access to the world’s best medicine through caring people and integrated systems. The providers are nationally recognized for excellent patient satisfaction and quality health care.
BJC Medical Group physicians are trained and certified in over 25 medical specialties and serve patients in more than 125 locations in the greater St. Louis, mid-Missouri and southern Illinois areas.
Physician Recruitment provides support to the strategic and operational objectives of BJC Medical Group practices and is located in Town & Country.
The Practice Development Coordinator is responsible for managing the practice development process for the BJC Medical Group. This position coordinates with various internal and external resources on the planning and logistics related to new providers, disengaging providers, new constructions, new practices and practice acquisitions. This position will partner with and support leadership to ensure that the strategic goals and needs of the business are met.
ResponsibilitiesCoordinates with leadership, new practice staff, providers and all members of the team on ensuring that operational problems are resolved during the practice development process and that service excellence standards are developed; this includes, but is not limited to, new providers, disengaging providers, new constructions, new practices, and practice acquisitions.Assists in analyzing, preparing, and maintaining practice development budgeted costs for new providers, disengaging providers, new constructions, new practices, and practice acquisitions.Develops, executes, and manages the practice development process for a portfolio of small to large size programs.Manages the scope and logistics of capital and tenant improvement projects; this includes, but is not limited to, managing the ordering and installation of IT equipment, telecom equipment, clinical equipment, clinical supplies, furniture, and practice signage; establishes the vendor service accounts for the business license, occupancy permit, fictitious registration, linens, water, biohazard, shredding, lab, USPS, translator, office supplies, etc.Promotes effective communication and good working relationships with project sponsors, contractors, and other professionals and entity facility staff.
EducationBachelor's Degree - Related field of study