Job ID: 289680307  |  Last Updated: 2/11/2019

Oversight Physician

Sussex, WI
Applicant Contact
Kaci Rivers
Provider Sourcing Specialist
(317) 644-8490

Job Description

QuadMed's dedicated health professionals focus on wellness and prevention, putting the patient at the center. Working as a team, we deliver high quality, integrated care while controlling ever-growing costs. QuadMed is an innovative leader in employer healthcare solutions, one of the fastest growing providers in the country. In partnership with our patients and the companies we serve, our mission is to create a culture of health.
QuadMed is currently seeking an Oversight Physician for our advanced practice providers located in south central WI.

The oversight provider is a practicing physician who functions in oversight capacity for the Advanced Practice Providers (APPs) at the health and wellness centers of QuadMed. In addition, they are accountable for the delegation of tasks and oversight of such tasks (as deemed necessary by state regulations) to assure highest quality of clinical care.

The duties of oversight include being available for telephone consults, reviewing charts with timely completion of audit reporting template, cosigning pharmacy orders if applicable, partnering with Local Medical Director (LMD) to assure highest quality standards are maintained.

Time requirements are minimally 1-2 hours/week. However, state regulations may mandate additional requirements, which will be incorporated into the expectations of the position. These will be delineated at the commencement of employment.

Timely review, and satisfactory completion of oversight documentation on assigned APP charts.
Communication electronic , verbal or in person , (as applicable) of any clinical quality concerns to provider and LMD.
Partnering with the LMD as necessary to support quality improvement for the APP, to assure highest care delivery standard.
Review and consent of delegated tasks and oversight of these tasks, as deemed by state guidelines, and QM standard.
Maintains confidentiality of all patient and organization information. Follows federal and state regulations and organization policies regarding protection of patient information.
Certain clients and health centers may require travel.

MD or DO degree from an accredited School of Medicine or Osteopathy and completion appropriate residency
Active Board certification or eligibility required- Family Medicine preferred
Minimum of 5 years of primary care practice required
Effective verbal and written communication skills with proficiency in use of electronic medical records is required.
2 or more years of experience supervising, training or mentoring advanced practice professionals preferred
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
Active and unrestricted applicable licensure, with current DEA registration

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