Chief Financial Officer Iora Health
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Iora Health (www.iorahealth.com) is building a new model of primary health care delivery from the ground up to ensure radically improved service, high patient engagement in health, better health outcomes, and lower overall health care costs. The Iora Health model of health care changes everything ? payment, staffing, processes, IT systems, and culture. We have no status quo to defend, no arcane rules we must follow. Our only goal is to dramatically improve the experience and quality of care for everyone. Iora Health patients enjoy the benefits of improved access to care, non-office based encounters (e.g. phone, video chat, email, walking groups, etc.), an accessible and transparent medical record, and robust educational offerings. Iora Health practices offer smaller panel sizes, closer relationships between patients and care teams, no billing or coding, and the opportunity to lead systemic change in health care delivery while working with a true team.
Iora Health is seeking a full-time Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in its Cambridge, MA office. Reporting jointly to the CEO and COO, the CFO will provide leadership to the company in building and managing an effective finance team, will offer analytic support and insight to the company?s ongoing operational and businesses development planning, will serve as a critical link to the company?s Board of Directors with regard to financial reporting and performance, will play a significant role in future capital raising efforts, and will play a key role in creating the development of processes & systems that support rapid scaling of a highly decentralized organization.
Specific responsibilities of the Chief Financial Officer
Build Financial Capabilities to Support Scale: As company operations grow 50-100% annually, bring leadership to strategic financing, sponsor contract design/development, pricing strategy and joint venture structuring; ensure legal, regulatory and governance compliance across decentralized, multi-state organization; build appropriate Finance team to serve company well at all stages of growth.
Financial and Accounting: Coordinate activities of external accounting firm; identify tax issues; oversee audit and financial statement presentation; manage key financial processes including: cash flow management and banking, corporate credit cards, A/P, purchasing and A/R; payroll, capital asset management, employee expenses, etc.
Create and Deliver High Quality Management Reporting: Prepare, analyze and present monthly financial statements to management team and Board of Directors; prepare annual budget; identify and manage federal and state reporting requirements of Iora Health and affiliated organizations.
Implement Effective Systems: Identify, implement and oversee the continuous improvement of corporate accounting processes, controls and systems in national and local offices.
Provide Strategic Leadership & Insight: Bring insight and creativity to analysis of company operations, financing and other issues of scalability (leases, vendor relationships & procurement, sources of capital, etc.). Work closely with Executive Team colleagues and senior operating leaders, as well as cultivate strong relationships with current and future investors.
Other: Manage banking, 401k, insurance and other key service relationships, representing the company?s interests; work with CTO and COO to ensure backup and storage of financial documentation required for future tax, audit and financial review; work with other senior leaders to establish and define policies regarding payroll, benefits, PTO, other employment issues and compliance with state business requirements.
Essential Candidate Attributes
Service-minded, positive attitude and collaborative in spirit
Deeply resourceful; creative in solving problems
Appetite for uncertainty in context of high-growth venture
Ability to ?tell the story? of the numbers, see the forest and the trees (and know which is which)
Inclination to see the larger objective or opportunity, not just the task at hand
Builds strong working relationships with all colleagues; eager to be part of a team
Anticipates future organizational challenges, needs, opportunities
Accountable for own work; capable of working independently
CPA and experience with accounting firm, or MBA and relevant experience in accounting/finance function
Experience in Controller or other senior finance role in high-growth organization (required)
Ability to recruit and lead a high-performing finance team
Experience with implementation of accounting systems
Knowledge of healthcare helpful, but not required
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