iOR Partners is the undisputed leader in office-based surgery innovation. The integration of clinic and surgery in one location is the way forward to increase surgeons’ flexibility and improve the patient experience while providing the highest level of safety. With unparalleled expertise and leadership in the ophthalmology industry, iOR Partners provides a turnkey solution for office-based surgery suites. As the only company dedicated to ophthalmic office-based surgery, iOR Suites® are in 30 states and growing rapidly nationwide.
Why Work for Us?
Cataract surgery is the most commonly performed procedure in the U.S., with four million surgeries expected this year and a projected compound annual growth rate of 3-4% for the next 30+ years. Surgeons are constrained by OR capacity to keep up with patient demand. iOR Partners provides a turnkey solution for office-based surgery that allows surgeons more control and capacity to keep up with demand while utilizing the highest level of patient safety and personalized care.
iOR Partners is leading the next major shift in ophthalmology, the transition to office-based surgery. Join our team to be a part of disrupting the way surgery is performed in the U.S. and around the world!
- Health Insurance
- Dental and Vision Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Short and Long Term Disability
- 401(k), up to 6% match of your contribution
- Paid Time Off and Paid Holidays
Now Hiring For:
iOR Partners is currently seeking a Clinical Operations Manager to join our team.
Under the supervision of the Chief Operations Officer, the Clinical Operations Manager is accountable for and provides management support to iOR centers in assigned regions. The Clinical Operations Manager will lead and oversee office-based surgery suites and site operations from initial signing, development/launch, to ongoing operations. Our ideal candidate has a high degree of business acumen and is an excellent communicator, with strong attention to physician relations, and problem-solving skills.
Functions include, but are not limited to:
- Establishes and maintains relationships with physicians, administrators, practice staff, and iOR team members.
- Works with the Launch team to develop and launch the facility
- Serves in an on-call capacity providing, consistent, comprehensive oversight of all practices within the assigned regions, assisting other Clinical Operation Managers as needed
- Provides expert operational oversight and guidance to support prioritization of activities, review and monitor work performed, metric compliance, and development of contingency plans
- Conduct monthly operational reviews with physicians to evaluate financial, reimbursement, and operational performance and take corrective action plans as needed
- Works with practices to increase procedures performed in the OBS
- Introduces new procedures to practice physicians and staff
- Conducts various accreditation functions to ensure initial and ongoing compliance.
- Ensures quality and adherence to Standard Operation Procedures (SOPs) and compliance with federal and local guidelines. Ensures all staff follows required training and completed the required documentation.
- Ensures consistency and standardization of the program
- Advises senior leadership on administrative and operational matters
- Provides leadership for clinical and administrative process redesign
- Leads and/or participates on project teams, as assigned
- Participates in and coordinates resources required to carry out operations
- Oversees the appropriate use of equipment and materials and coordinates training with vendors as needed
- Works closely with the insurance billing/reimbursement team providing support as needed
- May provide business development support
- Three to five years of practice management experience or commensurate education in clinical administration, management, or related field and experience. Ophthalmology is preferred.
- Minimum of 5 years experience managing a practice (and, in a position requiring critical thinking
- Clinical and administrative knowledge of an ophthalmology practice and/or ASC is preferred
- Experience in implementing new processes. Experience with process improvement from a productivity and fiscal standpoint
- Excellent communication, presentation, interpersonal and management skills, both written and spoken, with an ability to inform and influence
- Strong time management, technical and organizational skills. Ability to work independently and within a team environment.
- Knowledge of how a third-party payer system operates, specifically Medicare Part B HCPCS, preferred
- Experience in Medicare and third-party reimbursement and/or standards of accreditation preferred but not required
- Experience with multi-sites, operating room design is a plus
- Must demonstrate good computer skills and be able to embrace new technologies
- Ability to travel up to 50 - 75%
- Experience in ophthalmology surgery is strongly preferred but not required
Competitive pay with experience.
To apply, please email your resume to HR@iorpartners.com.
We are seeking an Ophthalmic Surgical Technologist for a direct-hire, full-time position. This position requires travel. Travel expenses paid.
Functions include, but are not limited to:
• Assist in procedures, under the supervision of surgeons, registered nurses, or other surgical personnel
• Assist with minor surgical procedures, applying aseptic techniques while preparing instruments and anticipating additional instruments and supplies for procedures
• Performs surgical scrub and dons gown and gloves according to policy
• Sets up the sterile backtable and/or mayo stand with instruments, supplies, equipment and medications needed during the procedure
• Participates in the surgical pause prior to beginning procedure
• Measures and passes medications utilized during the surgical procedure
• Monitor and continually asses operating room conditions, including patient and surgical team needs
• Maintain a proper sterile field during surgical procedures
• Clean and restock operating room, gather and placing equipment and supplies and arranging instruments according to instructions, such as a preference card
• Assists in terminal clean and prepares the procedure room for the next patient
• Set up office-based surgery suite with equipment, supplies and other necessary items
• Ensures all surgical suites are fully stocked and prepared for surgery
• Train and coach ophthalmic personnel on sterile technique, surgical procedures, and sterile processing until deemed competent
• Provide instruction and supervision to other ophthalmic personnel
• Provide technical assistance to surgeons, surgical nurses, or other team members.
• Report all facility visits to supervisor
• Provide ongoing support possibly in person or by telephone to all assigned accounts
• Participates in creating and maintaining educational material, facility inventory, task checklists
• Clean or sterilize ophthalmic or surgical instruments, maintains appropriate logs and instructs surgical personnel in care of instruments and equipment
• Maintain ophthalmic instruments or equipment and instructs surgical personnel on proper maintenance
• Ability to travel up to 50 - 75%
• Have current BLS certification
• Experience in implementing new processes.
• Experience with process improvement from a productivity standpoint
• Excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills, both written and spoken
• Strong time management, and technical and organizational skills. Ability to work independently and within a team environment
• Must demonstrate good computer skills and be able to embrace new technologies
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.