Since 1875, the Hospital Sisters of St. Francis have been caring for patients in Illinois, Wisconsin, and other locations in the United States and across the world. Today, Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) is a multi-institutional health care system that cares for patients in 14 communities in Illinois and Wisconsin. With 15 hospitals, scores of community-based health centers and clinics, nearly 2,300 physician partners, and more than 13,000 colleagues, HSHS is committed to its mission “to reveal and embody Christ’s healing love for all people through our high-quality Franciscan health care ministry.” HSHS continues to advance its mission through its care integration strategy by working closely with physician partners in Illinois and Wisconsin to deliver high quality, patient-centered care. Together, HSHS strives to ensure each patient who enters the system has seamless access to health and wellness programs, primary and specialty care, and acute and post-acute care.
The Chief Financial Officer of the Illinois Division (9 hospitals) will serve as a catalyst and strategic leader, responsible for optimizing the financial performance of the Division and positioning the organization for long-term profitability. Key to the success of this position will be strong strategic skills, leadership ability, and the knowledge to help integrate various HSHS-wide strategies. The CFO will work closely with local hospital leadership teams to optimize financial performance of clinical processes. She or he will also develop business models for strategic opportunities including new ventures, partnerships, and continuum of care business development planning and expansion.
The CFO, coordinates and assists in fiscal matters of Hospital Sisters Health System and its subsidiary organizations. The CFO will assist in matters involving third party reimbursement and will set standards for financial statement presentation and coordinates analysis of financial reports. The CFO coordinates the preparation and review of all budgets and establishes controls to insure the proper use of HSHS assets.
- Master’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business, or related field is required.
- CPA is preferred.
- Ten years of Healthcare Finance Management required.