Saint Alphonsus Medical Group (SAMG) has an excellent opportunity for a Board Certified physician to serve as the Executive Medical Director - Primary Care in Boise, Idaho.
Appointed and evaluated annually by the SAMG President, the Executive Medical Director (EMD) is the lead provider for their assigned clinics and practices. The EMD will be a clinically active provider within SAMG with an established track record of clinical excellence, credibility, and commitment to Saint Alphonsus Health System and SAMG.
All SAMG providers at the EMD's sites report directly or indirectly to the EMD. The President supports the EMD by lending authority for their administrative tasks.
As a physician-led and accountable leadership body, the SAMG Leadership Council supports the EMD by approving and also lending its authority to the EMD in their administrative tasks. In turn, the EMD will support the policies and initiatives put forth by the Leadership Council and provide feedback to the Leadership Council on group and provider issues.
This is a full-time opportunity and requires a 0.8 FTE (32 hours per week) Administrative commitment.
Provides direct supervision of providers at designated sites.
Operationalizes population health principles and practices, to include expansion of SAMGs medical home model, value based care initiatives, and primary care access in accordance with Trinity Medical Group Provider Services MGPS scorecard goals.
Participates in directorship meetings as appropriate.
Oversee the mentorship program at the sites that the EMD represents.
Work with administrative director over EMD's sites in a dyad decision-making relationship. Assists with developing practice budget to achieve organizational objectives. Monitors financial performance; works collaboratively with management to communicate financial results and help identify strategies to address budget variances.
In collaboration with the President and SAMG non-provider administration, addresses problems involving SAMG and SAHS team dynamics or behaviors to achieve an efficient, consistent, and mutually respectful environment of care at the EMD's site.
Represents his or her site on SAMG committees as applicable.
Consistently emulates the SAHS mission and guiding behaviors and expects the same of SAMG providers and associates at the EMD's sites.
Completes periodic reviews of providers at designated sites and takes actions as necessary based on the reviews.
Ensures adherence to appropriate provider schedules, PTO and CME policies.
Serves as a key liaison between SAMG providers and SAMG administration.
Provides advice concerning provider network development and performance.
Communicates using multiple methods with the EMD constituency.
Attends clinic meetings periodically.
In collaboration with SAMG administration, provides mentorship to the providers at the EMD's sites in matters of leadership, quality, practice assessment, and professionalism.
In collaboration with the PCMD or FMD, appoints a provider mentor for new SAMG providers.
The mentor assists in the newly-hired providers enculturation into SAMG, SAHS, and the community, both medical and at-large.
The EMD may be the mentor.
V. Recruitment and Retention
Collaborates in recruitment efforts within EMD's area.
Communicates proposals to recruit to EMD's constituency to obtain their participation and collaboration.
When indicated, collaborates in interview planning between candidates and EEMD's constituency.
May interview a candidates physician references to gain unique professional insights that otherwise may not be elicited.
VI. Quality and Risk
In collaboration with the SAMG administration, assures that SAMG and SAHS quality initiatives are implemented on the EMD's sites.
Participates in SAMG peer review as needed.
Identifies risk management issues, reports those risks to SAMG administration, EMD and/or SAHS Office of the General Council, or the SAHS Compliance Officer as appropriate.
In collaboration with SAMG administration, EMD, SAHS Office of the General Council, attempts mitigation of the risk.
Requirements for this opportunity include:
Requires all skills, knowledge, education, licensing, certification, experience and essential functions for the appropriate specialty.
Ambulatory or Medical staff privileges at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center, Saint Alphonsus Medical Center - Nampa; Saint Alphonsus Medical Center - Ontario; or Saint Alphonsus Medical Center - Baker City.
Demonstrated team, performance analysis, presentation, interpersonal, facilitation, planning, and communication skills.
Ability to build and maintain positive rapport with peers, staff and management.
An excellent compensation and benefits package is available for the right candidate including:
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