Leads Health Inc. companies (Hospice of Siouxland; June E Nylen Cancer Center, and Siouxland Paramedics) in the areas of finance, accounting, billing, managing and controlling overall corporate risk, confirming regulatory compliance and delivering information to the various stakeholders that is accurate, timely and relevant. Plays a leading role in building and executing the overall corporate strategy, confirming that revenues and margins continuously improve while costs are tightly controlled. Develops and maintains general ledger, fixed asset, cash management, budgeting, cost and reimbursement accounting systems to assure the protection of assets and the accuracy of information. Provides leadership and direction in the annual independent audit and the analysis of financial information. Exhibits skill in analyzing financial issues and business opportunities and able make logical recommendations based upon findings. Leads by example to accomplish Health lnc.’s philosophy, mission and goals.
Bachelor’s degree in accounting required or equivalent work experience. CPA and/or MBA desired. At least five years experience in healthcare finance with progressive responsibilities strongly preferred. Must have an understanding of healthcare operations, the revenue cycle process and third-party reimbursement along with an understanding of system computer applications and personal computer systems and software. Occasional travel within the Siouxland region.
Research Study Coordinator screens potential participants for entry into clinical trials, provides support in coordinating all aspects of the clinical management of research participants according to clinical trial protocols. Maintains regulatory documents, completes case report forms and participates in activities of monitoring/auditing as assigned by the Research Director.
Bachelor’s degree in a healthcare field, RN or equivalent experience. These qualifications may be waived if applicant has prior experience in clinical research or healthcare field. This is an opportunity to gain knowledge and grow the field of clinical research. Must be proficient in data entry. Position requires an aptitude for numbers and a meticulous approach to detail. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills along with excellent customer service skills. Those with experience in healthcare are encouraged to apply.
Siouxland Palliative Care, a division of Hospice of Siouxland, has an opening for a Nurse Practitioner. The ARNP performs patient physical assessments and recommends and orders treatment interventions within the ARNP scope of practice. ARNP will assist families with navigating the health care system; foster seemless, rather than fragmented care, to maximize quality of life for patient and their family. ARNP may see patient in their home, a nursing facility, clinic, or other setting.
Must have master’s degree in nursing with completion of Iowa Board approved advanced practice master’s program or completion of a formal advanced practice education program (family, adult, or geriatric). Current NP certification required by a national professional certifying body recognized by the Iowa, Nebraska, or South Dakota Boards of Nursing. Current ARNP license required that’s issued by State of Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota Boards of Nursing. Current prescriptive authority through the State of Iowa Board of Pharmacy and current DEA registration required. Must be registered as a practitioner with the Federal Drug Enforcement Administration.
Preferred applicant will have a minimum of one year recent clinical nursing experience along with strong clinical skills in physical assessment for all ages. Must be able to function independently within parameters of nurse practitioner/ physician protocols in provision of caring for patients served by Siouxland Palliative Care. Effective organizational skills are needed as are effective oral and written communication skills. There will be frequent travel between sites and homes.
Performs Human Resources activities, including payroll, for Health Inc. companies (Hospice of Siouxland, JENCC, and Siouxland Paramedics) in accordance with established policies and procedures with emphasis on accurate, timely and efficient processing while maintaining utmost confidentiality. May assist with accounts payable duties on ‘as needed’ basis.
Minimum of two years experience required in payroll, HR, finance or accounting. Prefer experience in healthcare setting. Looking for professional applicant who is dependable and detail-oriented with excellent communication skills – both verbal and written. There will be daily interaction with staff members and a variety of other contacts. Position includes extensive computer use so must be proficient in use of computer. 10-key skills are required.
Provides medical oncology nursing care to patients by utilizing the nursing process and meeting established Cancer Center standards. Will administer chemo, perform workroom duties, complete evaluations, and assist in pharmacy, etc. Must possess strong clinical skills.
Current RN license required and clinical experience in acute care setting or equivalent experience strongly preferred (additional experience in oncology beneficial). Need to be CPR and mandatory reporter certified or willing to become certified. Requires strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills in addition to strong computer skills.
Specialist is accountable for timely follow up on all outstanding insurance account receivables, including resolution of denials. Specialist is also responsible to review overpaid claims and process refunds as needed. High school diploma or GED required. Additional technical education preferred.
Knowledge of medical billing is required along with two years of insurance follow-up experience. Must have the ability to read and interpret insurance explanation of benefits or remittance advice. Ability to review and interpret medical records is required. Experience in oncology/accounts receivable preferred but will train the right candidate. Must have strong knowledge of Microsoft Office applications along with accurate keyboarding skills. Candidate must demonstrate astute attention to detail and have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Specialist performs assigned duties including import, review and edit of all remittances from all third-party insurance companies as well as payments directly from patients. High school diploma or GED required. Additional technical education preferred. Prior coding experience and knowledge of medical terminology preferred along with billing and collections experience. Must have an understanding of CPT and ICD-10 coding and an understanding of EOBs.
Must demonstrate astute attention to detail and have accurate keyboarding skills along with proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Financial Navigator is responsible for performing financial counseling with patients prior to treatment. The Financial Navigator will explain financial information, assist patients with cost estimates, determine prospective patient’s ability to pay, provide education on health care costs, and collaborate with external parties to maximize or obtain financial coverage. Financial Navigator will educate patients on their financial obligations to the Cancer Center and follow up with patients and other parties to ensure accuracy and completeness of information.
High school diploma or GED required. Additional education beyond high school strongly preferred such as bachelor’s degree business, life sciences, finance or related area or equivalent work experience. Two years of experience in medical business office, financial services experience, healthcare customer service experience, or health insurance experience strongly preferred. Knowledge of health insurance, rules/regulations preferred with at least 1-3 years of experience in a financial advocacy role with a basic understanding of oncology practice or an orientation to oncology provided by employer. Must possess strong research and problem-solving skills. Good understanding of the Medicare, Medicaid, and Healthcare Open Market plans needed to assist patients with applying for appropriate resources. Need to be customer-focused and have the ability to multitask with interruptions in a fast-paced medical office environment. Must have knowledge of regulatory standards and compliance requirements and Cancer Center policies and procedures. Knowledge base of medical terminology and payer and billing requirements preferred. Well-developed interpersonal skills required along with effective verbal and written communication skills.
Medical dosimetrist is a member of the radiation oncology team who has knowledge of the overall characteristics and clinical relevance of radiation oncology in the management of cancer or other disease processes, with special expertise in radiation therapy treatment planning.
It is expected that an individual will hold themselves qualified to practice in medical dosimetry only when the knowledge and skills to perform dosimetric tasks has been established. An individual shall be considered eligible to practice if he/she is certified by the Medical Dosimetrist Certification Board.
Completion of certification by the Medical Dosimetry Certification Board (MDCB) required. Must be registered and certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Iowa permit to practice required. Must have the ability to make independent decisions using critical thinking, problem solving and perform responsibilities under stressful situations. Must possess professional oral and written communication skills.
Siouxland Regional Cancer Center d/b/a June E. Nylen Cancer Center has multiple openings for a Hematology/Oncology Physician. Qualified candidates must have a Medical degree or foreign equivalent in Medicine or related field. Completion of a 3-year Internal Medicine Residency program and a 3-year Fellowship in Hematology and Oncology required. Eligible for a State of Iowa and State of Nebraska medical licenses. Willingness to travel up to 25% of the time to satellite worksites in Iowa and/or Nebraska. Main worksite in Sioux City, IA. On call as needed. Send resumes: Brenda Smalley, Siouxland Regional Cancer Center d/b/a June E. Nylen Cancer Center, 230 Nebraska St., Sioux City, IA 51101. Equal Opportunity Employer.
PRN position available for phlebotomist who serves patients by identifying the best method for retrieving specimens and preparing specimens for laboratory testing.
One year phlebotomy experience is required; three years phlebotomy experience preferred. Must have knowledge of good laboratory practices.
PRN position available for certified MT to be responsible for general hematology, chemistry, urinalysis and coagulation studies. Must follow laboratory procedures and quality control policies for specimen handling and processing. Must have the ability to identify problems that may adversely affect test results. Must be skilled at phlebotomy draws. PC skills are necessary to work with LIS and EMR programs.