26 May 2023
Full-Time Associate Medical Director – Norzagaray
Doctor provides the full range of services that fall under the provider’s field of training, such as diagnosis, treatment, coordination of care, preventive care, and electronic health record maintenance, while adhering to quality management, risk management, infection control, and customer service guidelines.
Job Title : Associate Medical Director
Location : Norzagaray, Bulacan Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 86.3 per hour.
Company : U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Job Type : Full-Time
- Completes the necessary documentation and writes thorough reports in accordance with payer and/or Department of Labor requirements, which include evaluation results, treatments administered assessment of patient response to therapy and treatment plan, and other relevant information.
- It is possible to give instruction and counselling for health maintenance therapies, such as regular physicals and excellent health behaviors.
- Use and support the team’s entire clinical treatment paradigm designed to assist obese people lose weight.
- Demonstrate good bedside manner to develop a sympathetic relationship with patients.
- Patients should see their doctors on a regular basis to examine their health and discover any potential problems.
- Engage with the medical director on a frequent basis to provide medical care to clients (CMO).
- Evaluate and manage ED, PE, and male sexually linked health issues using distinct medical techniques created by the medical director.
- Makes required recommendations for procedures that cannot be done in the institution.
- Supervise mid-level providers (nurse practitioners and PAs, including services for women’s health).
- Meaningful Use is described as the use of certified EHR technology to enhance quality, safety, efficiency, and eliminate health inequalities, involve patients and families in their health care, improve care coordination, and promote population and public health while protecting privacy and security.
- Board certification in family medicine, occupational or preventive medicine, internal medicine, emergency medicine, or PM&R is highly recommended. It would be ideal if you have prior experience in Occupational Medicine.
- Current, valid (in good standing) medical license in the state where services are provided or eligible for licensing in the state where services are given.
- Expertise with electronic health records (EHR) documentation
- It is necessary to have excellent interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills.
- Working in primary care medicine in an outpatient environment for at least two (2) years is desirable.