Clinic Manager

What does a Clinic Manager do?
A Clinic Manager manages the daily activities of a medical clinic staffed by 25 physicians or less. This position is responsible for hiring and training support staff, prepares the budget; orders clinical equipment and supplies to fill patient needs and meet financial concerns. A Clinic Manager also establishes and oversees billing practices and may be responsible for contracts or negotiations with insurance providers.

How do you prepare?
To become a Clinic Manager, a high-school diploma and at least 3 years of direct experience in the field may be required. You must be able to multi-task if you want to pursue this position.

What’s the pay like?
As a Clinic Manager in the Northeast Iowa region, you could take home around $1481.50 every two weeks. (Net paycheck estimate, www.salary.com)

For more information
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