Medical Director - Eugene Oregon Primary Care Clinic
Company: Oregon Integrated Health
Posted on: September 21, 2022
Oregon Integrated Health is seeking a full-time Medical Director
to help lead clinic growth within our primary care model and
throughout the community of Eugene. OIH has 3 other locations in
Portland, Florence, and Salem. The clinics utilize telemedicine and
telehealth appointments with providers at other clinic
The medical director in Eugene will have the passion and skill to
push our mission through outcome-based strategies, quality metric
programs, and help lead a driven focused team providing highly
impactful clinical work throughout the Lane County area.
The Medical Director will lead and participate in the following
- Direct the initiatives and program requirements for the Eugene
location to be certified as a Patient Centered Primary Care Home,
Vaccine for Children Clinic, add an oral health program and
Integrated Behavioral Health Program modeled from our Eugene
location and expand the Home Health program.
- Engage and build a team dynamic with the clinical staff at the
Eugene location with weekly meetings and working towards improving
current and future workflows that are standards for the clinical
care provided at the clinic
- Evaluations, trainings, and meetings with all clinical staff in
- Clinic delivery system planning and implementation of select
programs that include:
- Quality Metric Program
- Wellness events
- The medical director in Eugene will work with our Community
Health Workers on ensuring quality metrics from the CCO and other
programs are implemented at the clinic level.
- Eugene community engagement with local chamber, medical
clinics, hospital, and emergency services such as the Mobile Crisis
- Organizing internal day to day medical operations, including
safety programs, updating policies and procedures, and ensuring
compliance with all applicable federal, state, county, and city
regulations for primary care operations.
- Data Reporting / Health outcomes for Grants applied for and
awarded from our CCOs, Community Partners and Payors.
- Present and report outcomes in administrative meetings.
- Ensure patient health information within Primary Care is
maintained in compliance with all applicable internal and external
regulations, regarding privacy, accuracy, and timeliness.
- Document and maintain electronic health record (EHR) and
ancillary records in a manner that assures compliance with all
agency policies, program procedures and local, state, and federal
- Maintain accurate and up-to-date documentation working with our
provider liaisons associated with billing, assessment, treatment,
clients progress and other activities as required.
- Manage patient complaints and grievances in a manner that
respects and honors patient rights and responsibilities and
demonstrates professional boundaries and ethics.
- Assist in crisis situations as appropriate, following emergency
protocols/procedures and coordinating with the treatment team with
interventions which support a trauma informed environment for
clients and staff.
- Commitment to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.
- This position must understand, appreciate, and respect the
diversity and cultural differences within our community. As such,
it is expected that this position promotes integrated care, our
vision of trauma-informed and person-first approaches and helps
create a work environment of inclusion, safety, and acceptance.
- Experience in community outreach and marketing, with ability to
develop a community presence.
- Maintain working knowledge of current regulatory requirements
affecting practice and exhibit the value of continuous learning.
Oregon Integrated Health will support educational courses to ensure
that we are up to date on language, regulations, and cultural
- Establish and enhance culture of evidence-based decision making
in both clinical and management initiatives while articulating and
demonstrating an expectation for continuous quality improvement, as
well as exhibiting, supporting and modeling company values and
service standards. Identify and provide growth opportunities for
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited school in healthcare,
public health, biology, behavioral science or an equivalent
combination of education and experience is required.
- A minimum of three years of experience in a primary care
setting with progressive responsibility.
- Three years in a supervisory role.
- Experience working in a Patient Centered Primary Care Home
(PCPCH), Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) or Certified
Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) is preferred.
- Expertise in working in clinic-based laboratories and
- Expertise in pharmacology and medical/clinical decision-making
- Expertise in medical supplies and their maintenance.
- Integrity in time management, independent schedule, and
accountability of work completion.
- Demonstrate the competencies to manage the day-to-day
- Experience working with vulnerable populations.
- Proficiency in Health Information Technology, including running
reports to enter data and retrieve data to direct primary care
- Full time 1.0 FTE
- Salary $88,000
- Sign On bonus $2000
- Relocation package
- Annual continuing education fund
- OIH will provide education benefit of $1600/annually
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