Acadia Healthcare Director-Business Development in Henderson, Nevada
Director Business Development
Seven Hills Hospital brings a world of compassion, hope and best practice medical care to the people who need it the most. We are a growing, private, 134-bed psychiatric hospital that is dedicated to providing high-quality care for adults, geriatrics, and adolescents (ages 5-17) who are suffering from behavioral health and chemical dependency issues. Our patients recover at our new, state-of-the art medical facility in the Seven Hills area of Henderson, Nevada. Henderson is one of the fastest growing cities in the US and is located just 7 miles from the famed Las Vegas Strip and a couple of miles from beautiful Lake Mead.
Seven Hills Hospital is part of Acadia Healthcare system, a provider of behavioral health services throughout the US.
Join the team of highly dedicated mental health professionals. We are presently looking for a Full Time Director of Business Development who will be responsible for growing lines of service as defined by management by developing/retaining referrals from physicians and other key non-physician referral sources.
Reporting to the CEO, key responsibilities include the following:
Work collaboratively with all levels of facility and division sales leadership to support the organizations mission and revenue goals by selling of service line attributes, processes and outcomes to consumer, physician and market facility groups/individuals.
Work closely with hospital discharge planners, social workers, case managers, physicians, management, inpatient unit and education staff to generate referral sources.
Collaborate with facility and division leaders, to evaluate, analyze and interpret market utilization data for facility service lines.
Develop and implement a comprehensive internal and external marketing plan that would increase revenues and profits for facility.
Ensure that referral priorities are identified and in line with the vision and strategic goals of the organization.
Evaluate, analyze and interpret market demographics, including population, age, gender, race and projected trends for patient populations.
Collaborate with division and/or market physician services, facility leaders and medical staff leadership to develop sales and retention strategies for facility services.
Execute referrals and retention strategies/plans effectively, continuously modifying strategies and plans to ensure quality outcomes and results for referral sources and facility.
Successfully close new referral sources and complete face-to-face meetings with referral sources ensuring a thorough understanding of services available. Complete follow-up meetings with referral sources as needed.
Prepare and present regular reports, identifying trends, additional referral opportunities and obstacles to retention and growth.
Manage payor matrix/contracts and rate negotiations.
Recruit, hire and train new Business Development staff.
Bachelor’s or Master's degree in business or related field from accredited college or university.
Five or more years related experience in healthcare business development role.
Minimum of 1 year supervisory responsibility.
Seven Hills Hospital offers competitive compensation and benefits package including medical, dental, vision, leave benefits, life insurance and 401k plan with company match and a great culture!
No Agency calls please.
Seven Hills Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer
- Bachelors or better
- •Five or more years related experience in healthcare business development role. •Minimum of 1 year supervisory responsibility.
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