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Physician Empire

2020-09-22 07:49:01

Job location New York City, New York, United States

Job type: fulltime

Job industry: Administration

Job description

CMO Opportunity in NY StateNew Yorks Capital District9 miles to Albany International Airport (ALB)25 miles to Saratoga Springs90 miles to Poughkeepsie160 miles to NYC180 miles to BostonA leading integrated regional health system, seeks a dynamic physician executive to join the organization as CMO. In this key role, the CMO will provide medical leadership for the large, market leading multi-specialty medical group, and serve as a key member of the senior leadership team. Group has a total of over 800 providers and an annual operating budget of over $120 million.The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) is the senior physician leader. The CMO will partner closely with the Group President and executives in the implementation of Groups overall provider strategy. The CMO will serve as the physician leader on the senior leadership team, supporting as a key driver in Groups transition into a regional, fully integrated healthcare system nationally recognized for superior patient outcomes, access to care, and operational efficiency.The CMO will be a highly-visible executive who will work closely with the President, other members of the senior leadership team, and physician leaders to develop and reinforce an organizational culture which is based on transparency, oriented to primary care, and encourages a high level of engagement from providers to meet clinical and operational milestones centered on quality and financial performance.The CMO will play a key role in leading transition from a fee-for-service reimbursement delivery model to a value-based model that rewards exceptional clinical care, service and cost effectiveness.The CMO role is responsible for:- Medical Leadership- Quality, Safety, and Clinical Operations- Strategy and Development- Medical Staff Affairs- Financial Management- Other Duties & ResponsibilitiesDuring the first twelve months, the CMO will be expected to:- Build professional and leadership credibility and trust with Groups physicians, administrative leadership, and staff, the leadership team, and the broader medical community. Develop effective relationships based on clear communication, active listening, and follow-through with all key stakeholders.- In collaboration with the Groups administrative leadership team, Groups Executive Committee and Board, and Joint Operating Committees, identify and pursue opportunities to effectively leverage resources to maintain access and patient satisfaction, and improve quality of care while controlling or reducing cost.- Provide sponsorship and executive level leadership for the successful implementation and adoption of the EPIC EHR across the system.- Develop an in-depth understanding of the Capital Region healthcare market and medical community, including admitting, referral, and practice patterns.- Partnering with the Groups President, Board, and Joint Operating Committees.The ideal candidate will be a dynamic, confident, and engaging physician leader and will demonstrate strong advocacy for provider-led integrated primary and specialty care. The ideal candidate possesses strong strategic and critical-thinking skills, as well as an ability to effectively prioritize and manage resources. In addition, he/she will specifically possess:Experience, Knowledge, and Skills:- Medical Degree (MD or DO) with Board Certification required.- Post Graduate Business Degree and/or Healthcare Degree (MBA, MMM, MHA, or MPH is a plus.- A minimum of 10 years of post-graduate experience in a clinical practice.- Five or more years of experience in a notable medical staff or physician leadership role within a medical group or ambulatory care setting.- Prior experience/involvement with a risk-sharing environment managed care, clinically integrated network, or ACO is preferred.- Knowledgeable and experienced in leading clinical quality and safety performance improvement initiatives.- Prior experience with advanced clinical information systems, including EMR and CPOE. Understands how to leverage the electronic medical record for quality and safety improvement.- Demonstrated ability to leverage clinical, operational, and financial data to motivate and direct improvement at the management and front-line levels.- A solid grasp of physician enterprise and hospital finance, supporting the ability to effectively participate in strategic and business planning initiatives, including new program development and clinical services.- Knowledge of physician employment contracts and compensation models. Reference: 80130

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