Internal Medicine Jobs in Virginia
Tuesday · May 21, 2019
1 Job in The Old Dominion
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This internal medicine job was previously available. It is displayed here for reference.
The annual salary for this job depends on experience.
This permanent internal medicine job (Baltimore) is from a hospital-owned practice.
- Training & Certification in Wound Care and Hyperbaric Oxygen (HBO).
- And encourage patient referrals from the local medical community.
- Actively schedule and participate in one-on-one discussions about the wound care program with primary care and surgical specialties.
- Provide a high level of quality clinical care to patients.
- No weekends.
- Ensure appropriate HBO chamber quality and safety, including appropriate documentation of approved indications, physician supervision requirements, and presence of appropriately trained safety director appointed for the Hyperbaric Unit.
- Excellent work/life balance - no nights.
- Act as an advocate for the WCC.
- Serve as an educational resource for the medical, nursing and administrative staff.
- Provide regular formal presentations to various audiences (i.
- Understand the Clinical Practice Guidelines and adherence to standard of care.
- Ensure timely and accurate completion of medical records.
- Full benefits - Health, Dental, Vision, 401K, PTO.
- Act with integrity as related to the corporate code of ethics in all actions representing the company.
- Malpractice coverage including tail.
- Facilitate adherence to Clinical Practice Guidelines and the Hospital/Medical staff patient care policies.
- Physician - Internal Medicine Job in Baltimore, MD.
- Competitive compensation model and bonus structure.
- VP of Quality if modifications to the QSP are needed to ensure compliance with local medical staff rules, regulations and bylaws.
- To enhance visibility of the WCC.
- Support the program's requirement to remain compliant with pertinent accrediting and regulatory agencies.
- Adhere to appropriate billing and coding practices.
- Pursue all reasonable efforts to encourage physicians and nursing personnel to adhere to Healogics Clinical Practice Guidelines as well as hospital policies pertinent to care in the center.
- Check email correspondence daily and respond.
- Participate in hospital administrative meetings as necessary, including the Annual Business Review.
- And Hospital, enhance the marketability of the wound care program through community education.
- Supervise clinical services provided by all program staff and provide in-service education programs as necessary.
- Ensure high levels of patient satisfaction.
- Engage in self-development through corporate training and coaching, and through participation with professional associations.
- In cooperation with Healogics.
- Act as spokesperson for wound care program services when local media opportunities arise.
- Support implementation of the Healogics.
- Quality Safety Plan (QSP).
- Communicate with new patient referring physicians via phone calls and written communication of treatment plan and progress.
- Participate and lead the program's medical surveillance review and performance improvement process.
- Maintain a working knowledge of Healogics.
- Why choose to be a Healogics Specialty Physician?
- Resources including medical, clinical and operational support teams and be able to access and direct these resources appropriately to the betterment of the Wound Care Center.
- Work effectively with Healogics colleagues and partner hospitals.
- Participate in the initial and ongoing clinical education programs, including competency evaluations.
- Serve as liaison with affiliated medical institutions for services required such as hospitalization and emergency medical services.
- Provide continuing wound care education to the staff and community, including new advances in wound healing and new product reviews.
- Promote his/her personal clinical development though self-directed and continuing medical education.
- Summary: The position is best suited to a physician executive with a strong desire to focus their practice in wound care with the ability to not only provide clinical care to patients, but to serve as a physician leader responsible for the clinical, operational and financial results of their Wound Care Center.
- Adapt to corporate and industry changes as necessary.
- Medical staff meetings, hospital department meetings, grand rounds presentations, local medical and community organizations, service clubs, etc.
- Participate in meetings and conferences as required by the Regional Medical Director, Area Vice President and corporate officers.
- Serve as a resource for consultation and referral for providers from other disciplines.
- And Hospital in drafting and implementing an annual business plan.
- Build appropriate relationships with interdisciplinary specialties to ensure appropriate and timely consultative patient care needs.
- This includes collaboration with Healogics.
- CME allowances and much more!
- Conduct and lead the program's weekly Leadership Meeting.
- Ensure compliance with policies and procedures, local medical staff rules, regulations and bylaws.
- And support local medical and community education and awareness.
- Complete all documentation and coding on the date of service, complying with all governmental and private payor regulations.
- Support the joint effort of Healogics.
- In cooperation with hospital administration and company policies, review and respond to any complaints and grievances and recommend or take corrective action where appropriate, in accordance with the bylaws, rules and regulations of the Hospital or Hospital's Medical Staff, as the case may warrant.
This perm job from Partners was last open on Sep 27.