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Posted on June 23, 2020
The Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY), a membership organization for New York State physicians, is seeking a Vice President of Membership.
The Vice President of Membership plays a vital role in recruiting, retaining, and engaging MSSNY members. In addition to developing and executing the organization’s membership strategy, the Vice President is responsible for the systems and processes related to member recruitment and retention. The Vice President also manages strategy, operations and logistics for member engagement programs and events, including MSSNY’s annual House of Delegates Meeting.
-Lead Society committees on policy, strategy and service:
-Long Range Planning
-House Committee on Bylaws
-Independent Practice and IPAs
Staff and advise these committees and various subcommittees, including maintaining contact lists, circulation of meetings and phone conferences, dissemination of agendas, minute taking, follow-up assignments (e.g. create and distribute surveys, analyze and report on results, draft resolutions, etc.)
Maintain and build relations with County Medical Societies:
-Advise county executives and officers of new membership policies
-Coordinate on dues billing and collection
-Solicit interest in participating in pilot projects
-Coordinate with counties on special outreach projects
Member Relations and Communication:
-Converse with discontented members
-Represent MSSNY at county society meetings
-Participate in events that showcase MSSNY services and accomplishments
-Serve as chief liaison with groups and institutions in membership
Oversee annual member recruitment and billing activities
-Analyze effectiveness of special offers or pilot projects
-Develop institutional membership pricing proposals
Annual House of Delegates:
-Oversee preparations for various caucus groups
-Arrange for committee chairs or moderators
-Attend county meetings to report on current activitiesStaff Reference Committee on Reports of Officers:
-Research resolutions and provide background to committee members
-Prepare agenda in consultation with chairperson
-Review procedures with committee members
-Draft detailed report with recommendations on all resolutions
-Staff Reference Committee F Review Team for the annual meeting
-Record and file requests for appointment of advisors in malpractice cases
-Confirm current membership and Board Certification status
Office of the President:
-Participate in weekly conference calls and take notes as needed.
Minimum 3-5 years’ experience
Exceptional communications and organizational sills
Attention to detail
To apply, please e-mail you resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the cover letter include salary requirements.
Posted on June 4, 2020
There is no greater satisfaction than doing work that helps people when they need it the most. Whether you work with patients or support the people who do, at Catholic Health you will be part of a team that believes a career is a calling and knows healthcare serves a higher purpose. Catholic Health, like many healthcare systems in the world, is working to keep patients, long term care residents, staff, and community safe. They were the first in the state of New York to establish a COVID-only facility to bring the highest level of care to patients and have since discharged 380 patients.
Avoca Search is honored to partner with Catholic Health in recruiting its Director of Cardiac Services. A four-hospital system on five campuses with a combined 1,100 beds and medical staff of over 1,500, Catholic Health leads the region in quality, patient safety and patient experience, and has the only Magnet-designated hospital in the region. With state-of-the-art stroke care, neuro and vascular services and nationally recognized for cardiac, orthopedic and bariatric services, Catholic Health has a rapidly growing employed medical group of over 175 physicians.
The Director of Cardiac Services will be a highly visible leader reporting to the Vice President, Physician Integration & Practice Management and will oversee approximately ten sites for 28 physicians. Working within a dyad team with the Medical Director for Cardiology and other hospital-based cardiology practices, this administrator leads all operations and financial performance for employed cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, and thoracic surgery practices across Catholic Health.
Located in picturesque Western New York, Buffalo has been experiencing a downtown revitalization, with a bustling theater district, a thriving foodie scene, a robust professional sports following, and summer-long festivals to please all interests. “The City of Good Neighbors” is ideal for raising families with its affordable housing, the State’s best public school districts, and close-knit community feel. Nestled on Lake Erie and close to the splendor of Niagara Falls, Buffalo offers unending recreational activities in all four seasons. For those preferring cosmopolitan venues, New York City and Toronto are a quick flight or short car ride away.
Ideal candidates will be strategic thinkers, innovators, mentors and relationship-builders who have at least ten years’ experience in medical group management with subspecialty services lines, and a proven track record of practice integration, service line growth, cultural transformation, and effective communication across complex organizations. Successful candidates will possess a strong business acumen, mission-orientation, and demonstrated ability to streamline and standardize processes. A Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Healthcare Administration or other related field required. MBA, MHA, MSM, or MSHA preferred, as is FACHE or CMPE certification.
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