Arizona Blood and Cancer Specialists is built on a foundation of clinical excellence, compassionate support, and commitment to helping our patients through very difficult times in their lives. While the education and experience of our physicians and healthcare team enable us to provide the best possible care, it is our dedication to seek ways to improve our patient’s experience and outcomes, that sets us apart.
We’re on a mission to improve the lives of everyone living with cancer. This ambitious and important goal is what motivates the selfless, collaborative, courageous and exceptional people who make up our growing organization.
We share a common philosophy about how we treat patients; it’s not enough to think of those we care for as just patients. All are very unique people and that is why we tailor treatments that are as individual as the patients we treat.
This is an exciting time to join our practice. We are looking for talented and highly-motivated individuals who demonstrate a natural desire to be part of the meaningful work of caring for our patients.
Arizona Blood and Cancer Specialists is a proud partner of OneOncology. OneOncology partners access the latest cancer research and treatment options to provide the best care for our patients close to home. This collaboration is driving the future of cancer care through a physician-led, data-driven, technology-powered, and patient-centric model improving the lives of everyone living with cancer.
Help us realize our mission and be a vital part of our continued success!
About This Position
The Credentialing Specialist will report to Arizona Blood and Cancer Specialists’ Controller. This role will be responsible for all aspects of the credentialing, recredentialing and privileging processes for all medical providers of Arizona Blood and Cancer Specialists. Responsible for ensuring providers are credentialed, appointed, and privileged with health plans, hospitals and patient care facilities. Maintain up-to-date data for each provider in credentialing databases and online systems; ensure timely renewal of licenses and certifications.
If you are interested in applying for the Credentialing Specialist, please complete the form below.
This position updates, maintains, and reviews each patient’s chart to make sure that the charts have all the current information and the chart is properly filed in the correct tab (i.e. current information, notes, reports, and lab test). This position verifies that patients’ chart is completed and ready at the front desk for the patient’s appointment. Work is performed under the general direction of the Patient Access Supervisor.
About This Position
The Medical Assistant I will report to our Clinical RN Lead. This role will perform direct patient care and clerical tasks under the direct supervision of clinicians to ensure the delivery of effective, compassionate care.
If you are interested in applying for the Medical Assistant Level I, please complete the form below.
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The Scheduler/Assistant to the Physician II will report to Arizona Blood and Cancer Specialists; Site Manager/Coordinator. This role is responsible for scheduling follow up visits and treatments, schedules outside tests, scans and/or surgeries and obtains authorizations and referrals as needed for these where applicable, works with the providers to coordinate calls with outside care teams, and works as the liaison for the patients.
If you are interested in applying for the Scheduler/Assistant to the Physician Senior, please complete the form below.
About The Position
Arizona Blood and Cancer Specialists, a proud partner of OneOncology, is seeking a Gynecologic Oncologist to join our practice in Southern Arizona.
OneOncology partners access the latest cancer research and treatment options to provide the best care for our patients close to home. This collaboration is driving the future of cancer care through a physician-led, data-driven, technology-powered, and patient-centric model improving the lives of everyone living with cancer.
The Gynecologist Oncologist will report to OneOncology’s Director of Physician Services, Arizona. Position responsibilities include the clinical care of outpatient and inpatient consultation and surgeries. This position will provide care to their patients in a clinic setting and serving as a resource for chemotherapy nurses and other staff who identify patients who need urgent care.
Why choose Southern Arizona? Our practice is located in the heart of the diverse beauty of the Sonoran Desert, with mountains in every direction and plenty of wide-open spaces with magnificent sunsets. With year-round sunshine, there are countless opportunities to enjoy outdoor activities, including running, cycling, golf and tennis, swimming, rock climbing and hiking beautiful desert trails. In the winter, a short drive up Mt. Lemmon will have you building a snowman or skiing the slopes. Another short drive south will put you in the middle of Arizona’s wine country.
Southern Arizona is also the home to The University of Arizona, known throughout the nation as a leader in science and the arts. In addition to becoming a U of A Wildcat fan, if you’re a sport enthusiast, Phoenix which is only two hours away, has teams in all four major professional sports leagues: NFL's Arizona Cardinals, NBA's Phoenix Suns, MLB's Arizona Diamondbacks and NHL's Arizona Coyotes.
If you are interested in applying for the Gynecologic Oncologist Physician, please complete the form below.
The Director will be responsible for administrative supervision and management of all clinical trials in a highly matrix and collaborative environment.
1. Oversee and supervise clinical research operations, clinical trial grants and contracts, facilities, equipment inventory, space inventory and clinical trial management systems.
2. Proven ability to work on complex grant mechanisms and support all aspects of the department.
3. Work collaboratively with the research committee and practice operations on budget development and matrix.
4. Implement the reorganization of the technical and operational components of clinical research to support cancer and non-cancer clinical research in the Cancer Center.
5. Identify the need, prioritize the implementation, lead the design of business processes, and ensure sustainability support systems for clinical research.
6. Establish policies and procedures to ensure compliance around clinical research.
7. Oversee the operational management of clinical research expenditures, as well as the generation of new research revenue from industry sponsors and externally peer reviewed organizations.
8. Other duties assigned.
Reports to the Chief Research Officer
Must hold a Master’s degree in at least one work related area, such as Healthcare Administration, Public Policy or Health, Health Services Research, Life Sciences, Business Administration Organizational Development. A minimum of 5 years of experience immediately credible to the highest levels of basic and clinical research leadership by taking a consultative and collaborative approach to problem solving. Proactive with respect to clinical trial and disease team needs, responsive with respect to new opportunities and fair with respect to administrative decision-making. Flexible in thought and style, highly tolerant of change and ambiguity and creative in resolving differences of opinion. Persistent, team-oriented and obtain the highest goals possible. Able to simplify, prioritize and make trade-offs in complex, emergent situations and yet retain a collegial, impactful, and outstanding research environment. Demonstrated facilitative leadership abilities in building teams and managing deadline driven clinical research operations. Proven success cultivating a flourishing, high-impact research environment immediately credible to the highest levels of basic and clinical research leadership by taking a consultative and collaborative approach to problem solving.
The Revenue Cycle Manager will report to Arizona Blood and Cancer Specialists' Practice Director. The Revenue Cycle Manager acts as the primary liaison between the RC team and the practice as it relates to RCM operations and processes. They coordinate multiple activities across various groups in the practice including (but not limited to) nursing, physicians, front office, scheduling, administration, and billing to support RCM operations. The position is also responsible for staff management of retained practice RCM staff, working on strategic projects (typically with specific payers), supporting new growth opportunities, and following up on outstanding open items impacting RCM.
The Revenue Cycle Manager oversees Practice Eligibility and Authorization and serves as the primary liaison for Insurance Verification, Benefits Verification, and Authorization and the RCM team. The position will coordinate multiple activities across various groups in the practice including (but not limited to) front office, scheduling, administration, clinical and billing to support RCM operations.
The position is responsible for working on strategic projects (typically on continuous improvement opportunities) and following up on outstanding open items impacting RCM (i.e. new payer rule changes for authorization, payer insurance card changes, etc.).
In addition, RCM team and the Revenue Cycle Manager and others at the practice will review structured analytics/practice progress
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