Arch Health Partners, the holding company for Pacific Accountable Care is currently looking for a Regional Medical Director for its Accountable Care Organization.
The Regional Medical Director plays a vital role in both the development and implementation of clinical program designs, policies/procedures and strategies for their assigned region.
Serve as a Committee Member on the Quality Improvement Committee.
Assist in the development of regional care guidelines and care management protocols, including those described in the Chronic Care Management (“CCM”) program, which strive to improve the quality of care delivered to patients of ACO network participants.
Implement regional care guidelines and supervise the adoption of such guidelines and protocols by ACO network physician, hospitals and affiliates in the Region.
Work with ACO network facilities to develop, implement and review service line care management protocols and pathways designed to ensure consistent, high-level, evidence-based care across the ACO network in the Region.
Meeting, no less than monthly and outside of normal clinic hours (in order to avoid disruptions in patient care), with ACO network physicians in the Region to:
Discuss the implementation of regional care guidelines and care management protocols or pathways.
Review and regularly communicate un-blinded data of ACO network physicians or related entities.
Recommend policies, practices, compliance and performance improvements for ACO.
Represent the Region at monthly, quarterly and annual meetings as requested by the ACO administration.
Assist ACO administration as reasonably requested and subject to reasonable time constraints in activities to enhance awareness and community perception, including, but not limited to, the following:
Lectures to civic groups.
Meetings with doctors in private practice in the Region.
Presentation of new facilities and new programs available at ACO network facilities to local industries.
Assist the ACO Medical Director and leadership in the recruitment and selection process of clinical staff; including recommending providers and interviewing prospective candidates for clinical competencies and fit.
Assist the ACO Medical Director and leadership to expand the ACO network of providers, hospitals and affiliates.
Perform other duties or special requests as may from time to time be reasonably requested by ACO and AHP.
Must be a Primary Care Physician with Medicare beneficiaries. Minimum three (3) years managed care experience to include utilization management, case management and/or disease management experience preferred. Minimum five (5) years active medical practice experience and current licensed MD.
Arch Health Partners will be the top choice for health care services of those expecting a superior patient experience and the highest quality of care.
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