Corporate VP of Revenue Cycle
The Rottman Group has been retained by Platinum Dermatology to find a Corporate Vice President of Revenue Cycle Management. Beyond the day-to-day operations, this is a newly created role to bring a more strategic and forward thinking approach to the revenue cycle function.
Corporately based in Dallas, Platinum Dermatology (www.platinumderm.com) was formed in 2016 with
the backing of Sterling Partners, a private equity firm with strong healthcare service investment
experience. Platinum Dermatology started development in Texas and in 2018 expanded their operations to
Arizona. They are well led by Greg DeAtkine, CEO, who is very highly regarded and has an extensive and
well accomplished background in leading physician organizations.
Since their inception they have completed 15 acquisitions and now have 83 physicians in 34 sites of
service. Within those acquisitions they have had 12 different practice management systems. Each practice
has their own developmental history, dynamics, and mix of services they provide. On the surface, each practice retains its brand and identity.
Platinum Dermatology continues to grow and currently has 4 other practices under LOI. Two will be added this year, the other two in the first quarter of 2020. They have two CBOs, one in Texas and the other in Arizona. They use NextGen as their EMR/PPM system.
As Vice President of Revenue Cycle Management, this person will lead the strategy, integration, and overall
leadership of the revenue cycle function. This person will report to Glenn Noble, Chief Operating Officer (www.platinumderm.com/team/glenn-noble/) Glenn has a great deal of experience in leading large
physician operations. He’ll give you a lot of autonomy, but also a great deal of support.
As a company that has been developing very quickly, they have worked to quickly integrate operations.
With this, there has been more of a “blocking-and-tackling” approach to running the day-to-day operations
of the revenue cycle. With this role, they want to take a step back and have a leader that is going to be
broader and more strategic in how to best design and operate the revenue cycle most effectively. There is
a fairly blank canvass for the right person.
This will be someone who is able to assess the current structure and dynamics of the revenue cycle department. They will be able to access and use data effectively to generate meaningful reports along with metrics and KPIs.
This person needs to have effectively led the revenue cycle function for a multi-site physician centric environment. This person must be a highly emotionally intelligent leader; someone who is able to work with diverse personalities, operations, and able to bring congruency of practice from a diverse background of organizations.
There will be a competitive base salary, bonus plan, and full set of benefits.
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The Rottman Group, Inc.