About pophealthcare value-based national medical group: our mission is simple leading the effort to reimagine how health care is delivered for our nations most vulnerable seniors and adultsImproving the lives of those most in need guides everything we do, and we believe that as we continue to stay focused on that compass heading we will increasingly be recognized as americas leading national medical group providing in-home and virtual care for those most in need.
We have brought the same focus to the experience of our own team members as we have to our patients, and through the prioritization of joy in work have made the quadruple aim in health care delivery our clinical true north.
Pophealthcare core care teams are multi-disciplinary and include community health workers (chw), registered nurses (rn), advanced practice providers (app- np/pa), and complex care physicians (ccp), among other care coordination and specialized resources such as palliative care and behavioral health clinicians (physicians and advanced practice providers), as well as clinical pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, social workers (sw), physical therapists, and registered dieticians (rd).
Our care teams understand that vulnerable populations require a new brand of care to live their healthiest life possible- home-based advanced careAdvanced care is comprehensive, and includes medical, behavioral, and social care, and can be delivered either as advanced primary care where our care teams serve as the primary care team or advanced supportive care where our care teams work in partnership with patient pcps to deliver an added layer of support.
Value-based payment methodologies allow our physicians and apps both the time they need to restore the clinician-patient relationship, as well as ensure the patient and clinician are surrounded by a care team that is able to address all of their care needs, especially their behavioral and social needs.
Role summary: reporting to the chief medical officer (cmo) and ideally based in one of our care delivery markets, the svp, chief clinical officer (cco) will have demonstrated throughout their career an unparalleled dedication and success in achieving health equity, both as an individual practitioner, but more importantly through leading teams, as well as through program creation and management.
This individual will provide purpose-driven leadership and oversight of all national clinical programs as member of the executive leadership teamThe cco will be responsible for executing this leadership in alignment with the guidewell equity alliances focus on addressing systemic racism and the resulting health inequities it causesThe cco will bring an unparalleled ability to act as a cross-functional leader, both through influence and collaboration to develop, advance, implement, and sustain enterprise-wide clinical strategy and goals.
Along with the cmo, the cco will be serve as a key internal and external representative of our national medical group (clinical face and spokesperson) as we seek to reimagine health care delivery for vulnerable and historically disenfranchised populations of all agesWhile ever challenging the status quo to enhance the impact of our integrated suite of care solutions, the cco has a deep understanding of the power of culture and is expected to embody the values of the organization while promoting joy in work.
The cco will be a collaborative partner to all departmental and business leaders and a key contributor to the management team in shaping the future direction of our national medical group as a leading innovator in the delivery of care as we expand our impact to realize greater health equity for communities most in need.
The cco must have a strong desire to continue delivering direct patient careThe role will spend up to 10% of their time dedicated to providing care to the most complex patients in our populations across marketsCare delivery will include direct patient care via telephonic, telehealth, or in-person modalities, and/or serving as the physician consultant during multi-disciplinary case conferencesThis will include time to complete administrative duties such as clinical documentation and care coordination.
Along with the chief medical officer, shared accountability and oversight of all clinical functions, including clinical product roadmap
Lead the advanced primary care solution for our national medical group, including the scaling of its national network of home-based medical practices
Lead relationship with client clinical leadership, including providing support for operational meetings
Support market and enterprise budgeting and forecasting for our integrated suite of care solutions, particularly for our advanced primary care solution, to allow for the necessary people, process development, and technologies to maximize the delivery of the quadruple aim over time
Key stakeholder in new business implementation, including recruitment, training, initial care delivery, and eventual transition of new business to local leadership
Key stakeholder in the further development of the operating platform of our national medical group, including but not limited to the following systems: emr, population health/care management, remote patient monitoring, customer relationship management, etc.
Devote the necessary time and energy to ensure the most effective partnership with clinical and operational market leaders to meet the objective of exceeding customer expectations
Lead the development of any new advanced primary care solutions (for example: vulnerable pediatric and/or high-risk maternal populations)
Partner with our talent acquisition team to recruit and hire the best clinical leaders and providers (medical directors, complex care physicians, advanced practice clinicians) and care team members (field nurses, community health workers, social workers, care coordinators, etc.), orienting them toward a value-based model of care that includes a strong focus on the social and behavioral determinants of health
Provide supervision, coaching, and mentorship to an enterprise provider team of medical directors and complex care physicians as it relates to the management of vulnerable populations
Based on the best science and industry standards, guide the development and refinement of a core training curriculum that leverages our learning management system, a train the trainer framework, and external resources as indicated
Enhance our multidisciplinary team approach to caring for patients, including role optimization of all care team members, particularly our community health worker and field nurse roles
Along with the cmo and other executive leaders, promote the value proposition of our national medical group in sales and business development meetings, as well as in conferences or other industry-related events, to facilitate the growth of the national medical group
Contribute to realizing enterprise and market-level quadruple aim targets, including team experience/joy in work; patient experience - net promotor score; better care -admission, readmission, quality metrics; lower total cost of care - mlr, total cost of care reduction
At the discretion of the cmo, may be require to obtain licensure in multiple states
Up to 50% travel time
Other duties as assigned
Role qualifications: we are searching for a special breed of health care professional who embodies the following qualities and characteristics: heart and commitment to serve vulnerable populations, passion and perseverance to achieve long-term goals (a.k.aGrit), team-based and social determinants of health orientation, and embrace change in a rapidly evolving health care delivery systemFlexible and dynamic, this self-starting individual will be a creative problem solver with a proven track record of successful implementation of innovate health care delivery solutionsThey must possess excellent time management and organizational skills, with the ability to prioritize and multi-taskAdditional qualifications include-
License requirement: graduate of an accredited u.sMedical school
Board certified in internal medicine, medicine/pediatrics, or family practice, with chief residency preferred
Additional certification in palliative care, geriatrics preferred
Active medical license in the state of practice
Public health, business administration, or health administration studies preferred
Minimum of 10 years’ experience delivering direct patient care for vulnerable and historically disenfranchised populations
At least 5 years of physician leadership experience, including experience planning, contracting, and overseeing health care delivery program in risk arrangements
Leadership of clinical training programs, including experience with curriculum development, trainee mentorship, and clinical education policies and procedure development preferred
Experience as a hospitalist physician preferred
Health plan experience preferred
Hedis/stars and hcc/risk adjustment knowledge
Strong knowledge of best clinical practices as they relate to population health management with a strong focus on behavioral health conditions
Strong communication skills with the ability to collaborate and work with multiple stakeholders
Proven track record of leading and building teams to drive measurable clinical, operational, and financial results
Ability to operate effectively in a high-growth, high-performance culture
Current certification in aha or arc basic life support for health care providers required for employment
Working knowledge of computers and ability to document effectively and efficiently in an electronic medical record system
Pophealthcare is an equal opportunity/equal access employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce.