Medical Direction, Sr. Leader, Medical Director Team
Status: Full-time, Exempt
Leads MVP’s efforts to enhance business discipline of and collaboration between Utilization Management, Case Management, Appeals and other divisions of the Health Management Department to improve clinical outcomes across all business lines.
Co-leads Medical Operations’ efforts to vision, implement and execute on an Integrated Health strategy.
Leads Medical Operations efforts to implement and execute Quality initiatives in a highly matrixed environment.
Identifies and implements initiatives in collaboration with other senior leaders to promote appropriate care quality, service utilization, medication utilization and adherence, care management, and cost control.
Through matrixed leadership supports other key stakeholders such as sales and marketing, quality, operations, and others.
Supports effective matrix alignments with other key stakeholders to drive Medical Operations programming
Actively participates in MVP training and medical directors’ meetings and conference calls.
Provides transactional coverage outside of normal business hours on a rotational basis.
Provides clinical expertise and timely first and second level clinical determinations based on MVP’s policies/procedures, state and federal guidelines, national accreditation standards, benefits interpretations, and other medical necessity criteria as necessary.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Location near one of MVPs administrative New York state locations preferred (Schenectady, Rochester, Tarrytown); telecommuting opportunities will be considered for candidates with previous successful telecommuting management experience.
Licensed to practice medicine (MD or DO) in New York State.
Board Certified in any ABMS-certified primary care or specialty practice
Minimum of 5 years of escalating leadership in a managed care environment; experience in government programs
Knowledge of utilization and care management operations and alignment of these operational areas with other key stakeholders is essential.
Knowledge of quality improvement including HEDIS, STAR, CAHPS measures is required.
Strong organizational, communication, and writing skills for function in a highly matrixed environment are essential.
Ability to communicate effectively with physicians in practice and facility staff is essential.
Travel throughout MVP Health Care’s Service area is required.
Ability to effectively use the computer is essential.
Ability to critically evaluate and research the medical literature is essential.
Knowledge of and experience with NCQA requirements is desirable.
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- Job Family Medical Management/Clinical
- Pay Type Salary
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