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We are currently seeking a Chief Medical Officer to join our group of diverse, compassionate providers to help deliver the highest quality of care to our patient population.
AgeRight Clinical Services was created to meet the ever-increasing medical needs of Post-Acute and Long-Term patients in Skilled Nursing Facilities. By providing patients with fast and reliable access to our dedicated group of clinicians, we have revolutionized the way in which healthcare is delivered in the Long-Term Care setting.
The unique role of CMO combines oversight of a robust Medical Group (AgeRight Clinical Services) with the exciting opportunity to serve as plan medical director for a growing Medicare Advantage Plan (AgeRight Advantage Health Plan). We are seeking an experienced physician leader with interest in long term care population management. The Chief Medical Officer role is comprised of approximately 60% administrative duties and 40% patient care.
Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Chief Medical Officer is responsible for delivery of patient care, clinical outcomes, and oversight of general medical direction as it relates patient care. They are responsible for the development and maintenance of medical policies, procedures, standard and protocols. They provide direction and supervision to fellow physicians and Advanced Practice Providers. To maintain a solid pulse on the patient population, the CMO will also be responsible for a small panel of patients residing in Post-Acute Care facilities.
As the Health Plan Medical Director, the CMO is responsible for clinical oversight and quality improvement functions at the health plan level. They provide medical management leadership for the health plan, and as applicable, manage all major clinical and quality program components under health plan operations. Main functions of the role include effective utilization management, Part D oversight, risk adjustment, compliance, and credentialing.
Desired Skilled and Experience:
Licenses and Certification:
Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)
An unrestricted and current license to practice medicine in the state of Oregon
Board Certified in Geriatrics, Family Medicine, or Internal Medicine
Active DEA license
5+ years of experience in direct patient care
Substantial experience and expertise in the development of medical policies, procedures, and programs
Demonstrated success implementing utilization and quality improvement strategies/techniques
Medicare managed care experience highly preferred
Experience in geriatrics strongly preferred
Past participation in Utilization Management committee
Experience with oversight of physicians or APPs
Ability to communication and make recommendations to management or board
Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from families, members, patients, and providers
Demonstrated leadership skills
Ability to work in a face paced environment with changing priorities
Internal Number: 123
About AgeRight Clinical Services
AgeRight Clinical Services was created to meet the ever-increasing medical needs of the Post-Acute patients and Long Term residents in Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living, and Memory Care environments. By providing patients with fast and reliable access to our group of Nurse Practitioners, Physicians, and Physician Assistants, AgeRight Clinical Services is able to revolutionize the way in which healthcare is delivered in the Long-Term Care setting. Our team is dedicated to providing compassionate, specialized care at the bedside for the highest quality of life of our clientele.
We are a growing group currently comprised of 20 clinicians; 3 physicians, 11 Nurse Practitioners, and 6 Physician Assistants who see patients in the long term care setting across Oregon. Main priorities of our team are to enhance quality of care, reduce readmissions, and serve as excellent partners to our communities.