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Primary Nurse – Grand Junction, Colorado

$2,000 sign-on bonus!

If you are longing to put everything you’ve learned as a nurse into practice, we hope you will consider joining us as a hospice nurse. HopeWest has open positions for Primary Nurses. You will be the primary nurse to a caseload of patients who may be living in their own home or area nursing facilities.

You will be part of an interdisciplinary care team of nurses, social workers, chaplains, physicians, and certified nursing assistants all working together to improve people’s everyday lives when they need help the most. You will be one of those people patients and families call “angels” — offering miracles of human caring, compassion, strength, and courage.

If you want something “more than a job” — more like a calling – you will find it at HopeWest.  If you want to connect with the reasons you became a nurse, use the experience and education you have gained, and find the joy of changing the world you will love hospice nursing.

The Primary Nurse role is mostly a weekday role that ends at 5 pm with occasional back up weekend and/or on-call times. So, if it’s time to join your family for dinner, or enjoy a Monday through Friday commitment, consider this position.

About HopeWest:

HopeWest is a non-profit organization that has been providing exceptional hospice, palliative care, and bereavement services to the Western Slope for almost thirty years through its 450 employees and over a thousand volunteers.  Now recognized four times as a Modern Health Care Best Place to Work, and a recipient of multiple quality and innovation awards, HopeWest brings the community together to change how we all experience aging, illness, and grief. It is devoted to not just amazing patient care, but family care.

Together, through creativity, volunteerism, and philanthropy we change the experiences of aging, illness, and grief – one family at a time.

HopeWest extends compassion, respect, and appreciation for diversity among staff. We strive be an inclusive organization and are looking for bilingual employees to join our team which will provide an extended service to our diverse community.

Requirements, Pay and Benefits: 

  • Primary nurses are required to be licensed RN’s in the State of Colorado.
  • Competitive Pay: $27 – $38 Hiring Range (plus applicable differentials)
  • Premium pay for bachelor’s in nursing degree & bilingual fluency
  • Benefits include: medical, vision, dental, and life insurance, EAP Program, Disability, 403B
  • PTO & Medical leave 
  • Leased vehicle program / Mileage reimbursement
  • Cell phone and other technology provided such as laptop/tablet for documentation.
  • Tuition Support

The Job Location:

Across the Grand Valley: HopeWest Primary Nurses provide professional nursing assessment, care and teaching in patients’ home setting. When a patient lives in a nursing home or assisted living residence, they partner with professional colleagues in those setting to provide care.

Who Should Apply? 

  • RN’s with minimum of two year experience.
  • Strong medical/surgical, ICU, ER or other acute or home health experience.
  • Current unrestricted RN license
  • Strong communication skills and desire to work in a team environment
  • Valid Colorado driver’s license and auto insurance

We hope that you are looking for an independent practice nursing environment where your expertise shines and a chance to work with exceptional teams changing lives every day.

To learn more about HopeWest and what our nurses say about us, visit our website at

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion or creed, color, gender (sex), pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age (40 and over), marital status, veteran status, military status, disability (mental or physical), or genetic information. HopeWest complies with any federal, state, or local law that provides for additional categories of protection.

If you need assistance with applying for a position, please contact the HopeWest Recruitment Department at

Director, Patient Access, Chapters Health System 

About the job

It’s fun to work in a company where people truly BELIEVE in what they’re doing!
We’re committed to bringing passion and customer focus to the business.

  • RN with current license, or current licensure from another state plus a temporary Florida permit
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Minimum of three (3) years of related experience including, at least, one (1) year of management experience
  • Acute and/or Post-Acute experience preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to multi-task with attention to details
  • Ability to manage remote staff
  • Excellent written and verbal communication in English
  • EHR experience
  • Ability to convey sense of urgency and develop innovative solutions to issues
  • Ability to listen, coach and train
  • Intermittent Driver – Valid driver’s license and automobile insurance per Company policy
  • Ability to travel to off-site locations
  • Ability to manage physical demands and emotional stress of workload
  • Able to remain calm and troubleshoot/handle crisis situations
  • Strong goal/outcome orientation with exceptional time management skills
  • Excellent customer service focus
  • Self-directed work style with ability to handle multiple priorities simultaneously with minimal supervision
  • Satisfactorily complete competency requirements for this position.
Responsibilities Of All Employees
  • Represent the Company professionally at all times through care delivered and/or services provided to all clients.
  • Comply with all State, federal and local government regulations, maintaining a strong position against fraud and abuse.
  • Comply with Company policies, procedures and standard practices.
  • Observe the Company’s health, safety and security practices.
  • Maintain the confidentiality of patients, families, colleagues and other sensitive situations within the Company.
  • Use resources in a fiscally responsible manner.
  • Promote the Company through participation in community and professional organizations.
  • Participate proactively in improving performance at the organizational, departmental and individual levels.
  • Improve own professional knowledge and skill level.
  • Advance electronic media skills.
  • Support Company research and educational activities.
  • Share expertise with co-workers both formally and informally.
  • Participate in Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement activities as appropriate for the position.
Leadership Success Factors
  • Communication. Express thoughts and ideas clearly. Adapt communication style to fit audience.
  • Initiative. Originate action to achieve goals.
  • Management Identification. Identify with and accept the problems and responsibilities of management.
  • Judgment. Make realistic decisions based on logical assumptions which reflect factual information and consideration of organizational resources.
  • Planning, Organizing and Controlling. Establish course of action for self and/or others to accomplish a specific goal; plan proper assignments of personnel and appropriate allocation of resources. Monitors results.
  • Leadership. Use appropriate interpersonal styles and methods in guiding others toward task accomplishment.
  • Ethics. Model highest standards of conduct and ethical behavior, adopting a strong position against fraud and abuse.
  • Regulatory Compliance: Educate and monitor staff regarding their own and the organization’s responsibilities for regulatory compliance.
Job Responsibilities
  • Oversees Clinical Liaisons, Admission Nurses and Admission Social Workers to ensure timely responses to referral sources and provide seamless transition for patients and families into the program. Ensures staff have exceptional customer service skills.
  • Responsible for staff accountability including: consistency, holding employees accountable for both actions and results, following-up on expectations and documentation. Completes all employee evaluations on time and meets quarterly with each direct report.
  • Works in collaboration with Directors of Professional Relations and Professional Relations Representatives regarding admissions to meet agency referral and admission goals.
  • Maintains relationships with referral sources external and internal customers to meet the needs for efficient processing of patient information.
  • Ensures that staff completes admission documentation correctly to meet regulatory and agency requirements.
  • Oversees scheduling to ensure adequate staff is available to meet the needs of referral sources and to ensure staff productivity meets goals.
  • Ensures staff is current in all service lines, benefits and coverages through training; provides ongoing training to ensure service level competency; regularly monitors staff for education and training opportunities.
  • Prioritizes interventions that will effectively solve or prevent problems related to system operations and care delivery.
  • Participates in clinical operations meetings to review key performance indicators and performance improvement plans in place for goals not met.
  • Holds, at a minimum, quarterly staff meetings to review key performance indicators, quality scores and discuss organization and/or team updates. Ensures any organizational changes are communicated to staff in a timely matter.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Seniority Level



  • Non-profit Organization Management 
  • Health, Wellness & Fitness 
  • Hospital & Health Care

Employment Type


Chief Policy Officer, Healthsperien

Position Description:
The Chief Policy Officer will lead a wide range of strategic legislative and regulatory policy activities for a national organization representing not-for-profit hospice programs across the US. The Chief Policy Officer will be responsible for the day-to-day execution of the policy and advocacy activities of the organization. The ability to pursue research questions, analyze complex and evolving trends and synthesize and clearly communicate findings in a fast-paced environment are core requirements of the position. Additionally, the Chief Policy Officer will work cohesively with the team to support member relations, stay organized in the face of shifting priorities, and work independently and under tight deadlines when necessary.

• Execute legislative and regulatory strategy for NPHI
• Develop regulatory oversight and compliance tools for NPHI member programs
• Lead development of team-based analysis to members and external audiences on various aspects of health care policy with a keen focus on hospice
• Track federal rulemaking, official administrative actions, and legislative proposals
• Manage the development of policy alerts
• Develop background materials and summaries of policy concerns
• Research and support development of membership materials, including drafting and editing written materials, such as formal papers, memos, PowerPoints, and comment letters

Preferred Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree required. Masters level (MPP, MBA, MHA, MPH) or beyond preferred. Additional 5-10 years of experience in health care policy preferred. Compensation and title will be commensurate with education and experience
• Knowledge and interest of hospice care, the Medicare hospice benefit, and advanced illness
• Broad understanding of dynamics of health care policy and the sector’s trends
• Strong research and analytical skills with attention to detail, experience in complex, multifaceted project management, and familiarity with health care publications and data sources
• Experience monitoring, summarizing, and analyzing federal legislation and regulatory materials
• Excellent writing and communication skills and the ability to present complex information to internal and external audiences with varying backgrounds and in a variety of formats, ranging from PowerPoint presentations and short summaries to detailed memos and white papers
• Strong interpersonal and relationship-building skills
• Self-managed to use initiative and time management to prioritize work and deliver results
• Excellent organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and prioritize with tight deadlines
• Professional demeanor and presence including the ability to handle confidential information
• Must have a desire to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment and to meet the needs of multiple demands as they arise

How to Apply:
To apply, please send resume, cover letter including salary requirements to, and indicate “Chief Policy Officer” in the subject line.

About NPHI:
The National Partnership for Healthcare and Hospice Innovation (NPHI) is a member-comprised organization driven by passion and integrity to help people live fully through the end-of-life. Our most important priorities, policies and initiatives are learned at the bedside, not in the board room. Our members are community-focused hospice, palliative care, and advanced illness providers across the country focused on the highest quality, person and family-centered, end-of-life care.

NPHI strategy and operations are supported by Healthsperien, LLC under a management services agreement (MSA).

About Healthsperien:
Healthsperien, LLC is a Washington, D.C.-based policy and health care consulting firm focused on strategic, regulatory, legislative and implementation issues. We operate at the intersection of public policy, business, analytics, and strategic relationships and coalition engagement. We bring a “system” perspective to our work and specialize in payment and delivery models, regulatory issues facing Medicare, Medicaid and commercial payers, and emerging trends in value-based payment.

The firm is led by Founder Tom Koutsoumpas, who has decades of experience as a leader in the health care field and is a national expert on health system transformation with a special emphasis on advanced illness and hospice. Managing Partners Andrew MacPherson and Ray Quintero, as well as Senior Partner and President of Healthsperien X, Jeanne De Sa, and Senior Vice President Eddie Garcia round out the leadership team with decades of substantive health care industry, government, association and policy experience and expertise on a wide variety of issues. Our broader team includes 18 additional talented individuals with varied and complementary backgrounds in law, public policy, business, economics, public health, operations and strategic communication. Together, we believe in the importance of innovation and partnerships in shaping a future health care system that addresses the goals of improved access, lower costs and high-quality care, especially for those most vulnerable.

Hospice Physician, Agrace HospiceCare


Experience what physicians have described as a true connection with patients and their families by joining one of the nation’s most respected and well-established hospices, located in Madison, WI.

  • Flexible work schedule
  • 1 week on/ 1 week off
  • Remote work option available

About Madison, WI:

  • #8 Best Place to Live in America (Livability 2017)
  • #1 Fittest City in America (Fitbit 2016)
  • #10 Best City for an Active (WalletHub 2016)
  • #3 Healthiest City (, 2015)

For a visual overview of Madison:


The Hospice and Palliative Physician provides medical services to hospice patients in all settings: home, facilities, hospitals, and the Agrace General In-patient Units. The Hospice and Palliative Physician is an active, participating member of the Interdisciplinary Team partnering to coordinate hospice care to patients and their families that is consistent with the goals, definition, philosophy, and purpose of Agrace. The Hospice and Palliative Physician promotes the services and benefits of hospice care to both the medical and general community. This position may provide palliative consulting services and/or oversight to the nurse practitioners in the Supportive Care Program.


Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy
Current unrestricted MD or DO Wisconsin state medical license
Board Certification in Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Hospice Medical Director Certification, or equivalent experience
Current unrestricted Wisconsin DEA registration
Valid driver’s license and car insurance

Must have access to an automobile in good operating condition

Agrace HospiceCare is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

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Clinical Social Worker

Under general supervision, provides supportive services to the patient/family unit of care. Provides assistance in adjustment to illness and grief, addressing personal, financial and environmental difficulties, which occur with end of life.


Master’s degree in Social Work from a university accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.


One year of social work experience in a health care setting.


  • Interpersonal skills necessary to effectively engage patients and families in a constructive therapeutic relationship and to effectively collaborate with colleagues.
  • Analytical skills necessary to assess client needs, to establish a plan of care and to effect appropriate interventions.
  • Time management skills and discipline required to efficiently and effectively provide social work case management services.
  • Ability to read and write the English language in order to complete required professional documentation and correspondence.

Licensures, Certifications

  • Licensed in the State of Maryland as a Licensed Graduate Social Worker (L GSW), Licensed Certified Social Worker (L CSW), or Licensed Certified Social Worker – Clinical ( LCSW-C).
  • Certification in end-of-life care by the NASW within first three years of employment

Physical Requirements

Physical ability to drive in rural, suburban and urban areas to access client homes for up to 50% of the workday and to access client homes by walking, climbing stairs, etc.

Working Conditions

Work is performed inside the organization’s offices and in patient homes in all types of weather conditions.

Conditions of Employment

  • Valid driver’s license, automobile insurance and reliable automobile
  • Maintain current licensure and certifications

To apply, contact Stephanie Baptiste

Hospice Nurse (13 openings)

Identifies patient/family care needs, and provides nursing and supportive care for the terminally ill patient and their families.


Diploma, ADN and/or BSN from an accredited institution.


  • Knowledgeable of universal precautions for infection control and employs safe practices for self protection
  • Strong time management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to be patient and family focused
  • Skill in the use of EMR (Electronic Medical Record) and/or ability to learn

Licensures, Certifications

Current MD nursing license.

Physical Requirements

  • Job entails some standing, sitting, stooping, bending, walking. Ability to stand and walk almost constantly up to ninety 90% of work time and lifting and positioning patients up to fifty 50% of work time.
  • Ability to concentrate and pay close attention to detail and often in stressful situations.

Working Conditions

  • Normal patient care environment with possible exposure to excessive noise, dust, temperature.
  • Exposed to adverse working conditions due to performance of patient care activities and exposure to communicable diseases

Conditions of Employment

Maintain current nursing license

To apply, contact Stephanie Baptiste

Licensed Nursing Home Admin.

Directs the day-to-day functions of the facility in accordance with federal, state, and local standards, guidelines, and regulations that govern long-term care facilities to assure that the highest degree of quality care can be provided to our residents at all times.


Bachelor’s degree or equivalent. Master’s Degree in Nursing, Social Work, or related degree or the equivalent preferred.


Prior supervisory capacity in a hospital or long-term care facility preferred.


  • Ability to read, write, speak, and understand the English language.
  • Ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action.
  • Ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government agencies/personnel and the general public.
  • Leadership ability and willingness to work harmoniously with and supervise other personnel.
  • Patience, tact, a cheerful disposition and enthusiasm, as well as be willing to handle residents based on whatever maturity level at which they are currently functioning.
  • Ability to seek out new methods and principles, and be willing to incorporate them into existing activity services.
  • Ability to relate information concerning a resident’s condition.
  • Must not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace.
  • Works closely with other healthcare providers and positions the unit as a key community resource.

Licensures, Certifications

Must possess a current, unencumbered Nursing Home Administrator’s license to meet the licensure requirements of this State.

Physical Requirements

  • Sufficient dexterity to utilize electronic record keeping systems, computers/keyboards and or laptops and other related equipment.
  • Vision ability to assess patient’s health status using visual inspection and observation and to read medications, charts, calibration and monitoring devices.
  • Speech to verbally communicate to assess and impart information concerning patient status; to effectively complete patient/family teaching and to interact with internal and external health care teams.

Working Conditions

  • Exposed to adverse working conditions due to performance of patient care activities and exposure to communicable diseases

To apply, contact Stephanie Baptiste

Hospice Home Care Nurse (7 openings)

The Hospice Home Care Nurse reports to the Team Manager. He/she is responsible for identifying patient/family care needs, and for providing nursing and supportive care for the terminally ill patient and their families.

This position visits patients living in various facilities in the designated service area. Click Here to see a day in the life of a Hospice Home Care Nurse


Diploma, ADN and/or BSN from an accredited institution


Two years of nursing experience, or equivalent combination or education and experience.


  • Knowledgeable of universal precautions for infection control and practices safe nursing standards for self protection
  • Strong time management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to be patient and family focused
  • Skill in the use of EMR (Electronic Medical Record) and/or ability to learn

Licensures, Certifications

  • Current Maryland State license as a Registered Nurse
  • Certification in end-of-life care by the NBHPNA within three years of employment

Physical Requirements

  • Ability to stand and walk almost constantly up to ninety 90% of work time and lifting and positioning patients up to fifty 50% of work time.
  • Ability to perform home care visits
  • Ability to concentrate and pay close attention to detail and often in stressful situations.

Working Conditions

  • Normal office environment with driving as large part of the day in the field, which includes visits to patient’s homes, some in unsafe areas (escort provided).
  • Exposed to adverse working conditions due to performance of patient care activities and exposure to communicable diseases

Conditions of Employment

  • Reliable transportation and auto insurance
  • Valid Driver’s License

To apply, contact Stephanie Baptiste

RN Case Manager, Hospice Homecare, Agrace HospiceCare


If you are looking to provide one-on-one, patient-focused care with a dedicated and collaborative team, the Registered Nurse Case Manager (RNCM) position at Agrace is a great fit for you! Through a highly collaborative interdisciplinary approach, the RNCM coordinates direct and indirect care ensuring a patient and family centered focus. 


This position maintains the accountability for the nursing practice and patient outcomes in order to meet our mission of enhancing quality of life for patients and families facing serious illness.

The ideal candidate will be independent, organized and enjoys a variety of patients and diagnoses. This position travels locally and works in both patient homes and health care facilities. 

Position Details:

  • Full-time Day Shift
  • Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm
  • Works every 5th weekend
  • Full benefits and great time off package!
  • $6000 Bonus Eligible
  • Serves primarily Middleton, WI area


To qualify, you must have:

  • Associate degree of Nursing (Bachelor’s degree preferred)
  • Current, unrestricted Wisconsin RN license
  • One year direct patient-care nursing experience – preferably in ICU, ER, Medical-Surgery, Oncology or Palliative Care or two years relevant health care experience.
  • Valid Wisconsin driver license and car insurance and reliable access to an automobile in good operating condition.

To apply, please contact  or  

Agrace HospiceCare is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

Cardiac Clinical Nurse Specialist, Agrace HospiceCare (Madison)


The Cardiac Clinical Nurse Specialist (CCNS) will serve as resource to clinicians and interdisciplinary team members at Agrace and our community care partners. The CCNS’ clinical expertise will be utilized as a resource to provide support for the clinical care of the designated patient population. The CCNS is responsible for developing and growing the Specialty Chronic Care Program Cardiac Program by building relationships and collaborations within Agrace and the surrounding medical community.  The CCNS will work closely with Agrace business development, clinical, and education teams to achieve customer satisfaction and cardiac census growth.


Program Development 

  1. Conceptualize, develop, and lead new and complex programs.
  2. Develop strategies that focus on sustainable growth of the program. This includes the ability to recognize changes in referral/admission patterns and changing regulations regarding patient care, with the ability to adapt strategies as needed.
  3. Work collaboratively with admissions, hospital liaisons, business development, and marketing teams to serve all eligible patients.
  4. Assist in development, review/revision, and implementation of policies, procedures, and protocols pertaining to the designated patient population and the Specialty Chronic Care Program as a whole.
  5. Monitoring and reporting of key designated patient population metrics (e.g. referrals, census, length of stay, symptom control, outcomes, hospitalizations, etc.).
  6. Documentation of program activity completed in a timely manner to facilitate effective communication with leadership and care staff. 

Patient Support and Management 

  1. Serve as clinical expert for the designated disease processes. This includes patient visits as needed, providing education internally and externally, and collaboration with RN case managers, IDT members, and supportive care providers.
  2. Ensure the designated patient population is receiving high-quality symptom management and goal-concordant care grounded in clinical best practices.
  3. Support the home care, inpatient unit, and supportive care clinical and interdisciplinary teams in managing complex care needs for the designated patient population (e.g. support of inotropic infusions, LVAD care and withdrawal, pacemaker deactivation, intensive titration of diuretics, complex goals of care discussions, etc.).
  4. Facilitate goals of care conversations & encourage use of other Agrace service lines as appropriate
  5. Participation in telehealth and remote monitoring systems if implemented to include dashboard monitoring, response to incoming patient data, documentation of interventions, and reporting.
  6. Documentation of patient care is completed in a timely manner to facilitate effective communication with patients and care staff.

Liaison and Community Partner 

  1. Develop relationships and collaborations within community medical systems, offices, and facilities that in turn increase patient referrals and number of patients served
  2. Active role in developing marketing materials and educational content for referral sources, consumers, and staff.
  3. Promote Agrace educational opportunities and community events that are related to the designated patient population and the Specialty Chronic Care Program as a whole. Attend community events sponsored by Agrace.
  4. Involvement in organizations, meetings, and task forces that are influential in care and direction of the designated patient population and the Specialty Chronic Care Program as a whole.


  1. MSN or above preferred
  2. Current, unrestricted Registered Nursing License in state of employment
  3. Five years of nursing experience preferred. A minimum of two years caring for complex cardiac patients required. Certification in disease specific area encouraged.
  4. DEA licensure or ability to obtain.
  5. A broad understanding of healthcare industry rules and regulations and healthcare industry concerns.
  6. Experience in outreach strategies and forming collaborative partnerships with medical providers.
  7. Understanding and experience with the hospice and palliative concept and philosophy
  8. Valid Driver’s License (Safe Driving Record). State Minimum Auto Coverage.  or  

Agrace HospiceCare is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

Chief Financial Officer, Capital Caring Health

If you are an experienced financial executive, a proven leader, strategic thinker, results oriented, and excited about using your talents and skills to move an organization towards growth and innovation, please explore this fantastic opportunity as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) with Capital Caring Health. For over 40 years, Capital Caring Health has been a leading non-profit provider of advanced illness care, providing hospice and palliative care to the national capital area. As we position ourselves for the future, we are seeking a leader to help achieve our Mission to Provide Patients and their Families with Advanced Illness Care of the Highest Quality.

Capital Caring Health, with headquarters at Falls Church, VA, has over 900 employees and 2,000 plus volunteers. We employ over 50 medical staff, mostly whom are board certified/fellowship trained in hospice and palliative care. We cover a geographic area of 4,000+ square miles throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area, to include Maryland, and as far south as Richmond, Virginia. In addition to Home Care Services, we have 5 hospice inpatient units.

While one of our core competencies is providing high quality, patient centered hospice and palliative care, we are advancing our abilities to provide services to patients within home based primary care settings, Stay at Home services, and veterans. We are extremely proud as we care for the smallest patients, as one of the only non-profit hospices to provide care for pediatrics. Recently, we announced a partnership with American Heart Association (AHA) and National Partnership for Healthcare and Hospice Innovation (NPHI) to provide advanced cardiac care and embarking on several other partnerships.

This role, reporting directly to the President/CEO of Capital Caring Health, will work collaboratively with members of the senior leadership team to ensure successful attainment of all business initiatives. The CFO will be held accountable for the leadership, direction, control, and coordination of all Capital Caring Health financial and technological activities. The CFO will set the strategic direction, in accordance with mission and vision, to direct the accounting, reporting, auditing, budgeting, revenue cycle management, financial planning, and related activities. This includes maintaining and enhancing Capital Caring Health basic systems of accounting, financial analysis, decision support, and providing direction to ensure optimum strategic and operational effectiveness. This also includes using financial data analysis to support business decisions and strategies, promoting revenue and supporting growth.

The CFO must have at least 10 years of progressive financial responsibility and leadership experience. Expertise in financial and accounting background, to include profit and loss, balance sheet, cash flow management and general finance and budgeting. Healthcare experience is required, to include experience with EMRs, finance, and payors; value-based models and/or risk-based models is preferred. Experience with corporate governance is preferred.

The CFO must have minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Business, Economics, Accounting, or a similar type of degree. Master’s is preferred; MBA is strongly desired. CPA is preferred.

We offer competitive salary and benefits package, and an excellent work environment. For more information, please email Vivian Hsia Davis, or visit

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