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Physician

ARM Specialist Bloomington ,IN
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

Responsibilities

  • Evaluates and treats patients with appropriate medical diagnostic and treatment skills. Coordinates discharge planning with case management.
  • Recommends, participates in, and works to ensure the success of efforts to improve cost effectiveness and quality of care provided to patients.
  • Accepts patient referrals from other physicians. Acts as admitting, attending and/or consulting physician for patients who require hospitalization for primary medical diagnoses, depending on needs of patients, medical staff and facility.

What You Will Need

Licenses/Certifications/Registration:

  • Required Credential(s):
    • Physician MD/DO credentialed from the Indiana Medical Licensing Board obtained prior to hire date or job transfer date.
  • Preferred Credential(s):
    • Advanced Life Support credentialed from the American Heart Association (AHA).

Education

  • Diploma
    • Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO)

Work Experience

  • None required.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Company Description
ARMS provides medical direction for several skilled nursing facilities in the greater Indianapolis area. In addition, ARMS provides medical direction and consultation services for home health, hospice services, and outpatient behavioral health.

ARMS’ partners note several benefits when comparing ARMS to other medical director services including:

ARMS physicians are knowledgeable and have extensive experience with high-acuity patients. Their comfort level with “sicker” patients is unprecedented.

ARMS takes a proactive, quality driven, patient-oriented approach to care.

ARMS’ exceptional availability for rounding and on-call coverage is a much-appreciated rarity in the post-hospital setting.

ARMS provides patients with medication reconciliation at both admission and discharge.

Dependability of ARMS physicians and business staff provide peace of mind to partnering organizations that any questions or concerns will be resolved quickly.

Excellent communication with clinical staff, patients and primary care physicians sets ARMS apart from many other providers.

ARMS physicians and nurse practitioners take a leading role in improving care – they participate fully in partnering facilities’ quality programs, plus offer continuing education opportunities for their caregiving team members.

ARMS support allows for unparalleled physician-to-physician collaboration and keeps care plans moving forward for the benefit of patients.

ARMS providers offer a “How can we help YOU?” attitude that is a refreshing change in the post-hospital atmosphere.

Patient cases are continually reviewed. Data is freely shared between ARMS and partnering facilities to monitor quality and look for potential opportunities for process and care improvements.

We advocate for the involvement of specialty physicians and work a variety of them, including with neurology, plastic surgery and other wound care professionals, nephrology, geriatric psychiatry, and even physical medicine & rehab physicians. The availability of specialists varies by site.

Equal Opportunity Employer

ARM Specialist

Why Work Here?

ARMS is a medical practice and management company dedicated to improving patient care in rehab centers and nursing homes.

ARMS provides medical direction for several skilled nursing facilities in the greater Indianapolis area. In addition, ARMS provides medical direction and consultation services for home health, hospice services, and outpatient behavioral health. ARMS’ partners note several benefits when comparing ARMS to other medical director services including: ARMS physicians are knowledgeable and have extensive experience with high-acuity patients. Their comfort level with “sicker” patients is unprecedented. ARMS takes a proactive, quality driven, patient-oriented approach to care. ARMS’ exceptional availability for rounding and on-call coverage is a much-appreciated rarity in the post-hospital setting. ARMS provides patients with medication reconciliation at both admission and discharge. Dependability of ARMS physicians and business staff provide peace of mind to partnering organizations that any questions or concerns will be resolved quickly. Excellent communication with clinical staff, patients and primary care physicians sets ARMS apart from many other providers. ARMS physicians and nurse practitioners take a leading role in improving care – they participate fully in partnering facilities’ quality programs, plus offer continuing education opportunities for their caregiving team members. ARMS support allows for unparalleled physician-to-physician collaboration and keeps care plans moving forward for the benefit of patients. ARMS providers offer a “How can we help YOU?” attitude that is a refreshing change in the post-hospital atmosphere. Patient cases are continually reviewed. Data is freely shared between ARMS and partnering facilities to monitor quality and look for potential opportunities for process and care improvements. We advocate for the involvement of specialty physicians and work a variety of them, including with neurology, plastic surgery and other wound care professionals, nephrology, geriatric psychiatry, and even physical medicine & rehab physicians. The availability of specialists varies by site. Equal Opportunity Employer

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8103 E US Hwy 36
Bloomington, IN
USA

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