Manager of Practice Management
Company: American Academy of Pediatrics
Category: Healthcare, Management
Type: Full Time
American Academy of Pediatrics is seeking a Manager for Practice Management. This position will provide primary staff support to the Committee on Practice and Ambulatory Medicine (COPAM), Section on Administration and Practice Management (SOAPM), and the Pediatric Practice Management Alliance (PPMA). Oversee the development and dissemination of information and resources related to practice management, including those targeting employed physicians, and emerging models of pediatric health care delivery, including academic/subspecialty practice. Provide technical assistance to members and pediatric practice managers on practice management-related topics. Duties and responsibilities:
- Provide primary staff support to COPAM, SOAPM and PPMA, including but not limited to, agenda development, meeting planning and attendance, strategic planning, and development of minutes. Ensure work is completed in accordance with AAP policies.
- Oversee educational activities of the SOAPM, and assess learning needs of general AAP membership related to practice management and emerging models of pediatric health care delivery. Coordinate the identification and implementation of educational programming topics and development of articles for AAP News and other publications.
- Assist COPAM in the timely implementation of AAP policy through development of resource materials and technical papers, program management handbooks, and/or other tools, and ensure appropriate dissemination.
- Facilitate COPAM development and review of policy statements, brochures, clinical practice guidelines, and other materials. Collaborate with Bright Futures staff to facilitate changes to the Periodicity Schedule.
- Monitor the SOAPM Listserv® and the PPMA Listserv® to assess member learning needs and to generate ideas for new educational content. Provide background information to Listserv® participants.
- Identify potential interfaces with Payer Advocacy, and work in collaboration with appropriate staff to develop and implement creative program opportunities.
- Provide technical expertise to member physicians, allied health professionals, governmental agencies and other organizations regarding AAP practice management and primary care activities and resources.
- Manage the production of the bi-annual soapmnews and other related publications.
- Develop and monitor COPAM and SOAPM budgets and prepare any required financial reports.
- Identify opportunities to diversify the practice management agenda to embrace the special needs of subspecialty and employed physicians.
- Oversee the maintenance of assigned pages on the 11. www.aap.org Web site and Collaboration sites in accordance with AAP policies and identity programs. Ensure information is current and accurate.
- Prepare funding proposals and grant applications to enhance practice management initiatives, in coordination with Development staff, as necessary.
- Collaborate with other AAP staff, committees, councils, and sections, as well as outside organizations on related practice management activities.