Financial Program Manager, ACO
Department: Pop Health Analytics
Job Type: Full Time
Job Class: Non-Union
Work Shift: Days
Work Days: 8:30am -5:00pm
Date Posted: 03/23/2021
Requisition Number: hrq-109955
The ACO Financial Program Manager is responsible for providing a range of financial support services to the administrative and operating leadership f the Cambridge Health Alliance Accountable Care (ACO) Organization. The role will be a key financial point of contact for financial activities that bridge the Physicians, external organizations, and the Accountable Care Organizational activities. This position is accountable for two key programmatic responsibilities: 1) management of the financial elements of DSRIP funding for the Accountable Care Partnership Plan contract with EOHHS and Tufts Public Health Plans and 2) managing ACO program activities, including the physician incentive fund distribution model. Essential functions include analyzing and validating financial and risk contract performance data, financial and statistical performance reporting, performance improvement reporting and support, variance analysis, budgeting and forecasting, direct interaction with the various administrative and medical leaders as well as external organizations such as Medicaid and Tufts Health Plan. Routine functions include researching, analyzing and preparing reports on budgeting, operational, financial and statistical trends as they relate to ACO and risk contract performance. The role will support reporting across regions, practices and individual providers. The role will also support the development of various ad hoc analyses as required including but not limited to researching, analyzing and preparing reports on risk contract performance, financial and industry trends and provide recommendations as such.
This position requires an advanced level of expertise with spreadsheets and complex databases and a willingness to study and understand external requirements and translate these into practical budgeting tools and reporting methods for both internal and external stakeholders. Work involves a high degree of individual initiative, independent judgment, ability to work with people across several functions, and excellent communication skills.
Additional general requirements include:
Bachelor degree required in finance or healthcare related field preferred. Master degree preferred in finance or healthcare preferred.
Three to five years of professional finance experience in a health care organization, preferably in a PO and ACO environment/risk-contracting environment.
Ability to present complicated materials in multiple forums and at an executive and staff level using presentation tools e.g. charts and graphs to communicate results.
Ability to communicate appropriately with internal and external parties
Ability to function independently and manage multiple deliverables and timelines
Ability to develop project plans and manage work-load and deliverables to successful conclusion
Requires significant interfacing, collaboration and coordination with Sr. Director of Network Relations, the Director of Regulatory Compliance, CHA Financial services and outside entities as needed.