The network includes primary care physicians and/or pediatric specialists with offices in Tarrant, Denton, Parker, Johnson and Hood counties. Through the network, Cook Children's has established physician offices in several medically underserved, predominately low-income neighborhoods. The network also has increased access to pediatric specialty care through outreach clinics in many communities in North and West Texas.
Each thought and decision of our employees is guided by the Promise to improve the health of every child in our region. It's that passion for serving children and their families that empowers all of us who work for Cook Children's.
We welcome you to explore opportunities to become part of our network, and part of the Promise.
The Practice Manager II facilitates teamwork and department pride by advocating for an environment that promotes high patient care standards and implements processes to ensure customer satisfaction. The Practice Manager II has the authority, accountability, and responsibility for the management of clerical and clinical staff. Areas of responsibility will include personnel management, staff development and positive customer relations. Demonstrates sound judgment and appropriate decision-making abilities. Thoroughly understands and monitors financial performance of the unit/department.
Education and Experience:
Five years experience as a medical office manager in a multi-provider office
Two years of college or equivalent experience
Must possess a basic understanding of general accounting principles
A solid understanding of coding and third party requirements is required
Maturity to withstand pressure that may arise in relation to the public, physician or administration
Among the items to consider for differentiation of Practice Manager I and Practice Manager II: Multi-provider. Multiple practice locations
High office visit volume (generally greater than 3000 office visits per quarter)
Direct supervision of many staff (generally more than 6 full time employees)
***This position is located in Fort Worth, Texas***
Why join Cook Children's Physician Network?
Cook Children's Physician Network (CCPN) attracts and retains highly skilled physicians from around the United States and the world.
The management philosophy and organizational culture allow physicians to focus on patient care, while expanding their medical knowledge.
Cook Children's Physician Network is unique because it is Promise driven, financially sound and one of the largest pediatric networks in the country.
About Fort Worth?
Fort Worth is a thriving city full of today's modern amenities, while keeping its small-town feel.
You will find:
Top-rated public and private schools.
Five world-class museums
A lively and entertainment packed downtown.
Many family-friendly annual events.
World-class performance arts.
Upscale, eclectic boutiques and other unique shop located downtown
A top-ranked zoo by Family Life magazine, Los Angeles Times and USA Today, plus a nature center and botanic garden.
Amazing resources are available in a city with an affordable cost of living
Cook Children's Health Care System embraces an inspiring Promise – to improve the health of every child in our region through the prevention and treatment of illness, disease and injury. Based in Fort Worth, Texas, we’re proud of our long and rich tradition of serving our community.