Medical Director - Ryan Health | NENA
August 30, 2018
- Recruit, supervise and evaluate the performance of medical personnel, including internists, pediatricians, and medical specialists. Clinically supervise mid-levels and management nursing staff.
- Provide oversight to Laboratory and Radiology services and monitor contracts for medical supplies, services, and equipment
- Maintain a panel of patients as duties will allow.
- Participate in overall program planning, and coordinate with other clinical areas, such as Mental Health, Nutrition, and Dental, to insure the integration of all clinical services.
- Establish and coordinate services with other medical facilities, particularly local area hospitals, to insure the continuity of care for the Center's patients.
- Establish and maintain medical protocols for all areas of medical practice and modify as necessary.
- Responsible for establishing, implementing and participating in a Quality Improvement Committee and Quality Improvement activities.
- Institute procedures for ongoing chart review, medical care review and professional standards and ethics.
- Monitor patient utilization and medical staff productivity to insure timely patient access to medical services, as well as cost-efficient services. Institute procedures for ongoing chart review, medical care review, and professional standards and ethics.
- Coordinate in-service training programs for clinical staff.
- Prepare and submit reports regarding Health Services as requested.
- Attend Board of Directors meetings, community meetings, staff meetings, and in-service meetings as assigned.
- Participate in the preparation of the clinical service budget and provide justification in support of all clinical expenditures.
- Responsible for the direction of functioning of the Medical Board and its committees.
- Immediately report any problems and/or unusual occurrences to supervisor.
- Practice accepted infection control measures in accordance with OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standards, and Center Policies and Procedures.
- Special projects and other duties as assigned.
Minimum Experience and Skills Required:
- Minimum five years of clinical and administrative experience in an ambulatory care setting.
Education, Licenses and/or Certifications Required:
- Doctor of Medicine.
- Licensed to practice medicine in the State of New York.
- Board Certification.
- Bilingual: English/Spanish or other language.
- Prior experience in a multi-site Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) or other health care environment.
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