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Group and Facility Administration & Operations

Once a medical group has decided upon developing a medical facility, be it an office based facility or a single or multi-specialty ambulatory surgical center, the development of the framework underlying administrative and operations capabilities must be put in place. 

This is, essentially, the various departments that provide the “Functional Areas” of a Facility allowing it to operate on a day-to-day basis.

Northeast has specialists and staff that have extensive experience in each of these areas which include:




  • Operations Systems Development & Implementation

  • Short and Long-Term Planning

  • Day to Day, Short, and Long Term Decision Making

  • Management of the Organization’s Goals and Objectives

  • Oversight of Day to Day Operations

  • General Oversight of Other Departments

  • Licensure & Accreditation



  • Financial Projections

  • CVP Analysis

  • Purchasing & Discount Mgmt.

  • Revenue & Expense Analysis and Benchmarking

  • Accounts Payable

  • Cash Management

  • Financial Reporting

  • Equipment Negotiations & Procurement

  • Tax Projections & Planning

  • Annual Budget Preparation

  • Business Analysis

  • Contract Negotiations

  • Contracting/Sub-Contracting Review

  • Corporate Purchasing



  • IT Integration

  • Continuous Support

  • Help Desk—Live Assistance

  • Phone Systems

  • Computer Maintenance

  • Routine Maintenance on Servers and Workstations

  • Assistance with Hardware/Software

  • Intranet Portal



  • Staff Recruitment & Hiring

  • Staff Management & Training

  • Payroll and Tax Reporting supervision

  • Coordination with Outside Payroll Mgmt. Companies

  • Benefits Administration

  • Employee Relations

  • Workers Compensation

  • Unemployment Compensation

  • Federal & State Laws Compliance

  • Personnel Policy & Procedures



  • Facility Marketing Program

  • Brochures and Logo Creation

  • Design/Layout and Copy

  • Digital & Social Media Marketing

  • Press Releases

  • Print Advertising

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