KENOSHA COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER IS SEEKING A PHYSICIAN/ASSISTANT MEDICAL OFFICER TO SUPPORT THE CMO AND CLINICS WITHIN KENOSHA AND SILVER LAKE.
The Assistant Medical Officer, reports to the Chief Medical Officer and is responsible for assisting with compliance of all clinical medical policies, directives, rules, regulations and clinical performance standards of the state and federal government, bylaws and accrediting bodies. The Assistant Medical Officer will support the Chief Medical Officer as necessary to lead medical providers and contribute to the oversight of other ancillary medical personnel such as registered nurses. Responsibilities will be spent between 75% clinical practice and 25% administrative duties. The Assistant Medical Officer will partner with the leadership team as necessary to create an atmosphere of team spirit and a cooperation among medical providers. The Assistant Medical Officer will assist medical providers as necessary in achieving their professional goals, clinic strategic planning, performance and process improvements to raise the quality and standards of care, ensuring clinic compliance with performance standards and will participate in Medical Peer Review and other committee activities, as necessary.
- Provides quality medical care to patients.
- Demonstrates working knowledge of applicable National, State and local laws and regulations.
- Assists with all on-site inspections, assisting inspectors and surveyors in the performance of their duties, and provides reports as required.
- Assists in the organization and utilization of the medical staff and reviews the activities of the medical staff in accordance with ethical standards and the overall policies.
- Supports the rendering of medical management decisions that maximize benefits for patients while pursuing and supporting organization's objectives.
- Assists with policies and objectives for medical programs and communicates these policies to appropriate staff for execution within an integrated, patient centered, team case management approach.
- Assists in developing the organization’s clinical policies and formulating the mission, goals and philosophy of patient care.
- Recommends clinical objectives and participates in the designation of priority objectives for the organization.
- Participates in and provides leadership in the areas of strategic planning, strategy execution and implementation by providing professional perspective.
- Assists with the development of the organizational plan for clinical operations and provide for efficient use of personnel in the application of multiple disciplines.
- Demonstrates effective leadership skills of delegation, organization, and coordination of the intra-department activities and inter-department integration.
- Provides medical practice perspective and guidance with regard to managed care issues.
- Assists with periodic performance evaluations of clinical providers.
- Participates in review of patient satisfaction survey.
- Participates in regular meetings of clinical providers.
- Assists with management of continuing professional education, in-service training, and orientation of clinical staff.
- Participates in the development of health risk management protocols.
- Advocates for the organization and serve as liaison to local and state professional societies, as well as to health officials, organizations, and health institutions, as appropriate.
- Assists in the development and supervision, implementation, and operation of a quality assurance program as it relates to patient care.
- Assists with the quality control of medical care including compliance with all accreditation standards, through active involvement with facility administration and intimate knowledge of the medical care components of the community service program.
- Participates in the recruitment and interviewing of medical staff and assurance of their credentials.
- Represents clinical management in organization's administrative meetings.
- Serves as backup for the Chief Medical Officer when not available.
- Other duties as assigned.
Full licensure to practice medicine in the State of Wisconsin and must be board-certified in a primary care specialty. Must have a current DEA. Minimum of six years of experience in a clinical management. Must be experienced in patient care management, and possess all of the qualifications of a physician.
WHAT WE OFFER
As a full time employee, you will receive an impressive portfolio of benefits designed to help you maintain a comfortable lifestyle for you and your family, including Major Medical, Dental, Vision, Flexible Spending Account, Short-term Disability, Long-term Disability, 403(B), Life Insurance, Paid Vacation and Holidays.
Kenosha Community Health Center is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or veteran status.