Clinical Medical Director
- - Family Medicine
- OH, USA
- Full Time
The Family Medicine Clinic of Wright State Physicians seeks to hire a Clinic Medical Director to provide coordination and oversight of all medical care and to ensure quality in the services provided in a Family Health Center that has in excess of 16,000 annual patient visits. The preferred candidate will have at least 5 years' experience as a family physician in a primary care ambulatory setting, working with both a managed care and Medicare population, and at least 2 years in leadership and administrative roles. Experience with Patient-Centered Medical Home, Quality improvement and team-based care strongly preferred.
Essential job responsibilities as Medical Director will be to:
• Participate in the strategic planning process for the practice.
• Assume oversight for the quality improvement activities incorporating quality outcome indicators.
• Develop and update medical care protocols and procedures.
• Provide formal orientation and assess performance annually for all providers.
• Provide oversight of activities incorporating behavioral health clinician and community health workers.
• Oversee patient centered medical home activities, including Patient advisory group.
• Participate in information system planning and the functionality of electronic health record for providers.
• Assist in the development of clinical staffing plans.
• Mediate professional disagreements.
• Serve as liaison to managed care plans in the resolution of issues related to prior approval for medical services and denials for services rendered.
• Provide oversight for utilization and risk management activities.
• Promote provider support for diagnostic and E&M coding accuracy and adherence to the corporate compliance plan.
Essential job responsibilities as a practicing Family Medicine Physician will be to:
• Participate in pre-visit planning, including team huddles.
• Ensure accuracy of the recording of patient history and associated charting.
• Provide diagnostic and treatment services to patients and postoperative patients.
• Perform minor procedures as needed.
• Prescribe medications, treatments and immunizations in accordance with practice guidelines and office policies and procedures.
• Formulate and update patient care plans; consult with team members as needed.
• Order appropriate imaging and lab as clinically indicated.
• Perform patient education duties.
• Communicate effectively with patients both by phone and through patient portal, or direct support staff to do so; document action taken in patient chart.
• Communicate prescription requests to pharmacy; document action in patient chart.
• Address emergency situations as they arise; maintain timely flow of patients.
• Conduct educational seminars for patients, employers and others.
• Maintain detailed knowledge of EMR and other computer software as it relates to job functions.
• Participate in professional development activities and maintain professional affiliations.
• Maintain Ohio license, DEA number and appropriate board certification.
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