The Centura Health Physician Group (CHPG) Medical Director is responsible to provide clinical and managerial health care leadership, problem-solve, communicate and strategically plan the development of the medical staff and clinic. The Medical Director is also responsible to confirm compliance of medical staff with all state and federal requirements. The Medical Director interacts with the corresponding Clinic Administrator and Assistant Administrator, the CHPG Operating Group Medical Director and indirectly with the Chief Medical Officer, and the facility administration. This position reports to CHPG Operating Group Medical Director and will work collaboratively to develop and maintain state wide alignment across CHPG practices where applicable. In concert with your DYAD partner, the Medical Director will be responsible for driving cost efficiencies across assigned region as well as working with practices to optimize patient satisfaction, quality metrics and provider engagement.
Coordinates medical staff activities to maintain state and federal regulatory standards.
Physician Performance Oversight:
Physician Patient Satisfaction
Physician performance management and behavioral refinement
Quality and Peer Review Oversight as it interfaces with CHPG processes
Address patient complaints as they relate to the providers
Oversees the physician monitoring process to provide adequate information for physicians’ re-credentialing and ensure patient safety
Participate in compliance programs
Attends CHPG meetings as defined by CMO and Operating Group Medical Director
Functions as a liaison between practice providers and CHPG and Centura leadership by working collaboratively with the Operating Group Medical Director and administrative partners. Focus is to ensure optimal clinic operations and communication regarding practice opportunities, concerns, decisions and planning. Addresses concerns of medical staff in appropriate administrative meetings and through administrative team. Resolves issues promptly and completely.
Participate in strategic planning for designated clinic(s) and sponsoring facilities
Advise in development of integration practices between clinic, facility, home health, or other appropriate division
Participate in the development and implementation of electronic medical record
Participate and lead system-wide initiatives e.g. Colorado Health Neighborhood
Rapid Cycle Change Implementation regarding quality and operational re-design
Support integration of Centura initiatives across the continuum of care
In conjunction with CHPG strategy drive utilization management
Partnering with the Senior Operational executive to created budget plans with a goal of cost containment
Physician Staff Development:
Monitor provider capacity and identify current or future needs for full-time or part-time physician positions
Actively participate in physician recruiting
On-boarding and mentoring of new physicians to include appropriate on-boarding activity
Annual Physician Performance Assessment utilizing current accepted process
Ensure appropriate clinical supervision of midlevel providers
Participates in professional organizations, local committees and CME events in order to stay abreast of change and opportunities in the medical industry
Maintains working relationships with other physician clinic programs
Participate in Strategic Planning at the system wide and local level
Identify new technologies and treatment modalities and implement within strategic plan
Participates actively in community associations promoting a positive image of the physician clinic and serves as a team player in organizational marketing and strategic planning programs.
*This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties. Employee may perform other related duties as assigned
Medical Degree (MD or DO) from an accredited medical school is required.
Must have successfully completed a residency or fellowship commensurate with area of specialty.
Obtain and maintain an unrestricted license to practice medicine in Colorado;
Obtain and maintain an unrestricted Drug Enforcement Agency (“DEA”) registration;
Be board certified or eligible in the appropriate specialty, by a board acceptable to Hospital;
Obtain Medical Staff Privileges within the Centura Health system, at sponsoring institution
The region’s largest health care network, with one very important mission.Your health and wellness guide everything we do. We celebrate the value of each person's life as we seek to combine medical expertise with a compassionate touch to holistically care for a person’s body, mind and spirit. Centura Health’s 18,000+ mission-centered professionals share our ministry and are guided by our mission t...o extend the healing ministry of Christ by promoting the holistic wellness of the people in our communities. Caring for you.Because we are 17 hospitals, 12 affiliate hospitals, health neighborhoods, health at home, urgent care centers and emergency rooms, mountain clinics, 100+ physician practices and clinics, and Flight For Life® Colorado, we can meet the wellness needs of more than a half million people each year.