New York Medical Group Management Association
The New York State Affiliated Chapter of MGMA


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Risk Management Consultant

Posted October 24, 2018

New York State provider of professional medical liability insurance seeks a Risk Management Consultant for the Buffalo, NY region.  The Risk Management Consultant works closely with insured facilities, physicians, dentists, and other providers of healthcare, to coordinate and implement the loss prevention services offered through the company’s risk management program.  

Primary responsibilities:

  • Develop live and online Continuing Medical Education for physicians and other healthcare providers
  • Identify areas of liability exposure
  • Develop recommendations to minimize loss
  • Write articles and case studies for publication in the company’s newsletters
  • Perform surveys of facilities and office practices
  • Assist with a variety of Risk Management Department projects

  • Extensive knowledge of healthcare delivery systems
  • Familiarity with insurance and healthcare regulations and procedures
  • Highly developed writing, communication and presentation skills
  • Understanding of medical malpractice litigation
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications
  • Bachelor’s degree in nursing and strong clinical experience preferred
  • An RN with paralegal training is an ideal fit
  • Must maintain a valid driver’s license as extensive travel within New York State is required


  • Medical and dental insurance
  • Life, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term Disability coverage
  • 401(k) with company match
  • Company funded retirement plan
  • Generous vacation and holiday plans

How to Apply:
We offer a competitive starting salary, commensurate with experience and a full and comprehensive benefit program.  For consideration, please send resume and salary requirement to Brian Lohan, Human Resource Manager, at  Only those candidates with the appropriate experience will be considered.

Practice Administrator

Posted October 17, 2018

Northeast Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine is seeking an experienced Practice Administrator to lead their large group pediatric practice in the heart of the Finger lakes, Ithaca, New York.


  • Total oversight of the operations of the practice in regards to Human Resources, Clinical, Facilities, and Fiscal Management

  • Participates in the long range planning for direction of the physician practice.
  • Directs administrative staff on matters related to best practice management.
  • Participates and develops protocols for quality assurance and manages the practice to ensure effective delivery of quality outcomes according to current regulatory guidelines.
  • Leads the practice financial management including budgeting, allocation of resources and assists in development and review of contracts along with practice partners.
  • Assists in all phases of public relations related to the practice management and management of personnel.
  • Participates in activities to inform the community regarding the programs and services provided by the practice.
  • Represents the practice in its relationships with other health care organizations, government agencies, and third party payers.
  • Actively recruits providers for expansion of new services and for continued expansion of existing services.
  • Ensures that supplies, equipment and staffing are available and employed for best use of resources.
  •  Addresses and resolves complaints internally and externally.
  • Anticipates problems and oversees the modification of plans to avoid them.
  • Arranges and provides proper orientation and ongoing training of staff.

Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s Degree preferred.
10+ years of progressively responsible administrative or supervisory experience in health care management and leadership of a large group independent primary care practice.

Administrator-Surgical Services


Administrator – Surgical Services – Large integrated health system

Career growth opportunity with a leading-edge health system in the Northeast.
Leadership position available in a large surgical service line with one of the largest multi-specialty groups in the country. This is a nationally respected dyad model know for strong physician leadership. Located in the Northeast within two hours of Philadelphia and NYC.

The position has five direct reports. Position works cross discipline and is highly collaborative in a cohesive team with strong support.

Ideal candidate parameters include:

  • Minimum of 8-10 years of proven success, ideally in large multi-specialty group practice or IDS with classic surgical service line type care. Some hospital experience will also be helpful.
  •  Center of Excellence experience.
  •  Visionary with strategy, planning and execution skills.
  •   Proven success in growing market share. 
  • Strong team building and mentoring. 
  • History of successful collaboration with physician leaders in a dyad model.  
  • Master’s degree or actively working on completion.

How to Apply:
Please contact Melissa McCartie at

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