The CFO/Vice President of Finance is also responsible for the annual budget, annual audit and for providing the strategic leadership for all Craig Hospital and Craig Hospital Foundation financial operations. The CFO/VP of Finance serves on the Senior Management Team and is integral in the strategic development and performance of the hospital. This position provides timely and accurate analysis of budgets, financial reports and financial trends in order to assist the CEO/President, the Board and other leaders in performing their responsibilities. The CFO/VP of Finance will align capital with opportunities for the highest long-term ROI and ensure the hospital has the right capital to achieve related goals.
Work with senior leaders on the strategic vision of Craig, including cultivating and fostering strategic relationships
Maximize return on investments by identifying profitable service lines and clients.
Participate with governing body, management, medical staff and clinical leaders in decision making structures and processes. Evaluate performance of designated services based on professional practice standards, relevant statutes, rules and regulations, and organizational criteria. Monitor and evaluate new or revised regulatory agency and industry laws, regulations and standards applicable to assigned areas and ensures that assigned activities comply with all requirements.
Oversee all commercial and work comp contracts; directing procedures and systems necessary to maintain compliance, develop and negotiate contract terms and conditions, and pricing strategies for bids and proposals.
Explore, develop, implement and monitor investment opportunities and provide recommendations on potential returns and risks.
Establish and maintain relationships with the physician medical group CNS, and consulting physicians to successfully collaborate on providing cost effective patient care within Craig Hospital.
Licensure/Certification/Registrations: Must have a current, valid Colorado driver’s license in good standing and insurable.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or relevant field is required. Masters degree in Health Administration or Business Administration is strongly preferred.
Experience: 7-10 years of significant experience in financial management in a hospital setting, preferably as the Chief Financial Officer. Strong leadership experience required.
Skills & Abilities: Extensive knowledge of health system financial programs, policies, procedures. Knowledge of Medicare, Medicaid and other medical insurance programs. Knowledge of the Affordable Care Act. Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), financial policies and procedures, planning, capital and operating budget and business plan development. Knowledge of various electronic accounting software systems. Knowledge of The Joint Commission standards as they relate to financial practices. Ability to maintain knowledge of changes in legislation affecting health system practices. A strategic visionary with sound technical skills, analytical ability, good judgment and strong operational focus. Proven leadership, conflict resolution and team building skills. Ability to build consensus, rally support around common goals and to motivate groups and individuals. Proven negotiation and mediation skills. Ability to overcome obstacles to cooperation and to foster harmonious relations. Strong project management skills. Ability to think strategically and creatively. Ability to successfully handle multiple priorities and prioritize and schedule accordingly. Must be able to successfully and effectively communicate with a variety of personnel. Able to respond to crisis’ and emergency situations appropriately. Excellent organization and customer service skills. Ability to use professional judgment to identify areas for improvement and participate in development of quality initiatives. Ability to rapidly process and comprehend large amounts of detailed information, consider the implications and consequences of new facts and make decisions. Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills. Strong computer skills especially with Microsoft Office.
Internal Number: 2800
About Craig Hospital
Craig Hospital in Denver, Colorado is exclusively dedicated to spinal cord injury (SCI) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) rehabilitation, and research. We have treated more than 28,000 patients since 1956, and we have treated more spinal cord injury patients than any other single facility in the United States; each year we treat patients from 47-50 U.S. States. Craig has been ranked in the Top Ten Rehab Hospitals for 22 consecutive years since the rankings began in 1990.