John Hanley

John Hanley

Work History

Work History
May 2007 - Present

Administrator

New Missions

I serve as an independent missionary partnered with New Missions on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic.  My primary responsibility involves administration of four school programs and a community health center.  This includes human resource management of hiring, retention, and termination of employees with an average workforce of 60 employees.  Supervision and management of payroll, A/R, and A/P.  Coordination of the community health education initiative and preventative health care clinics.  Working with volunteers from both the United States and Canada in both short-term and long-term projects.

Dec 2005 - May 2007

Regional Director

National Pain Institute

As the Regional Director I oversaw the practice management of two multi-disciplinary pain management clinics both administratively and clinically.  As the administrator I supervised day-to-day operations in the clinics and coordinated company-wide initiatives with the local office and supervised the conversion from paper-based medical records to an electronic medical record system.  Clinically I served in a case management role to coordinate  the psychological, physical therapy, and medication management services for patients receiving multiple modalities of treatment.  I also supervised the opening of a third clinic.

Apr 2000 - Sep 2005

Business Office Manager

Tampa Bay Academy

As the Business Office Manager at a psychiatric residential treatment center and group home for children and adolescents I managed a department staffed with three employees that oversaw accounts receivable and contracting and worked on the regulatory and contractual compliance with all departments within the facility.  I began working at the facility in 1995 as a direct care staff member eventually working in the Admissions and Case Management departments before being promoted to the Business Office Manager.

Education

Education

Skills

Skills

American Sign Language

Spanish