Flint Hills Community Health Center Medical Director in Emporia, Kansas
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The medical director leads an integrated team of physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, behavioral health consultants, and other medical professionals in a patient centered medical home setting.
To provide personalized, affordable, and quality health service for all.
Duties and Responsibilities:
+ Provides the vision and oversight for the delivery of integrated comprehensive care that is both evidence-based and high quality by leading a multi-disciplinary team.
+ Is a highly competent provider within their designated area of practice.
+ Will collaborate with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and the senior leadership team to further FHCHC’s mission, and to optimize patient care, access, and patient satisfaction.
+ Develop and maintain key partnerships internally as well as within the community and medical community in the areas served.
+ Have a commitment to quality improvement and patient safety.
+ Have an in-depth financial understanding of budget, performance, goal setting, staffing models and the impact on strategic initiatives.
+ Ability to inspire staff to improve and grow.
+ Identify and manage changes necessary to further the mission of FHCHC.
+ The Medical Director is responsible for the Quality Assurance/Improvement (QI/QA) Program:
+ Supervises, manages, and ensures completion of all health care initiatives and projects within the organization.
+ Responsible for QA/QI reports, Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Certification, Accountable Care Organization (ACO), and Uniform Data System (UDS) results in collaboration with Chief Operations Officer (COO).
+ Directs and supervises the activities and functions of the QA/QI program including any follow up needed.
+ Collaborates with the leadership ream to develop objective and meaningful quality goals and outcomes relative to each department.
+ Monitor’s quality standards associated with State and Federal grant requirements.
+ Develops, initiates, and revises policies and procedures for the general operation of the Compliance Program and its related activities.
+ Maintains a program of culturally competent, high quality integrated care which includes preventive care, acute care, chronic disease, and community health.
+ Provides management and oversight for a highly productive team of medical providers.
+ Provides direct patient care.
+ Monitors the clinics’ appointment schedules to maintain maximum access to patient care as possible.
+ Continually explore and deploy updated evidence-based tools and practices in health care.
+ Assist in developing patient education programs.
+ Responsible for supervision of key clinical staff including serving as a collaborating physician.
+ Ensures staffing for appropriate care coverage during clinic hours.
+ Lead monthly staff provider meetings.
+ Oversees the recruitment, support, and retention of FHCHC clinical staff.