Associate Chief Medical Officer - Community
Salt Lake City, UT, USA | Intermountain Healthcare
Industry:Healthcare - Hospitals
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The Associate Chief Medical Officer (ACMO) provides leadership and strategic medical direction for the Community Care Medical Group Service Lines. The ACMO partners with the Specialty-based ACMO, Primary Care ACMO and Shared Clinical Services ACMO to set system-wide standards for clinical care and align the vision and strategy of the Medical Group with the Clinical Enterprise Team.
The ACMO is a system-wide leadership role reporting to the Chief Medical Officer of Community-Based Care, President of Intermountain Medical Group. The ACMO operates in partnership with the other ACMOs, VP of Medical Group Operations, and Medical Group Nurse Administrator, and is responsible for leading the strategic direction, continuous improvement, and performance of the Primary Care service line across all fundamentals of extraordinary care and value-oriented, multichannel operations.
The ACMO is a system-wide leadership role reporting to the Chief Medical Officer of Community-Based Care, President of Intermountain Medical Group. The ACMO operates in a dyad/triad leadership structure and is responsible for leading the strategic direction, continuous improvement, and performance of the Community-based service lines and shared clinical services across all fundamentals of extraordinary care, including safety, quality, access, stewardship, patient experience, caregiver engagement and smart growth. The ACMO works collaboratively with senior leaders across Intermountain Healthcare including Clinical Enterprise Team, Intermountain Medical Group, Community-Based Care, Specialty-Based Care, Clinical Programs, Clinical Services, Office of Patient Experience, and SelectHealth.
Responsible for the overall performance of the Community-based service lines in the Medical Group in partnership with the MG Leadership Team as a dyad/triad partner.
Accountable physician leader for Medical Group physicians in the following areas WorkMed, Behavior Health, Medical Specialties, Women's Health, Homecare / HomeHealth / Hospice
Manages professional development and conduct, supports leadership and development, and mentors physician leaders.
Contributes to Medical Group staff, leadership, operations, and board meetings.
Accountable for compensation structure, incentive programs for IMG physicians, and related performance expectations.
Responsible for recruiting and retaining a highly-motivated physician staff committed to the Intermountain Healthcare culture.
Provides direction for budget and KPIs (e.g., ensure service line considerations are taken into account).
Accountable for advancing Intermountain Healthcare's capabilities in clinically-based fundamentals of care.
Exemplifies Intermountain's Mission, Vision, and Values in all aspects of daily work.
Nurture a robust culture of deep professional fulfillment for physicians, advanced practice providers and caregivers
Creates a culture of continuous process improvement to deliver our vision of extraordinary care, while promoting consistency and strategic direction.
Develops culture of safety which drives best practices.
M.D. or D.O. Education must be obtained through an ACGME or AOA accredited institution. Degree will be verified.
ABMS or equivalent AOA Board Certification in relevant specialty.
Active Utah Medical Licensure, or in process of obtaining licensure.
Basic Life Support Certification (BLS) for healthcare providers.
Demonstrated competence in field of practice.
Five years of progressive healthcare leadership experience.
Effective verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
Effective conflict resolution skills to work effectively with difficult issues.
Experience with change management and leading in the adaptation and implementation of new processes or technology that enhance safety.
Experience working in a complex health system (e.g., hospitals, ambulatory clinics, post-acute care).
Experience in the development and implementation of clinical and business quality improvement initiatives.
Interact with others requiring employee to verbally communicate as well as hear and understand spoken information.
See and read computer monitors and documents.
Remain sitting or standing for long periods of time to perform work on a computer, telephone, or other equipment.
May be expected to stand or bend in a stationary position for an extended period of time.
Manual dexterity of hands and fingers to manipulate complex and delicate equipment with precision and accuracy (e.g., frequent computer use and typing for documenting patient care, accessing needed information, medication preparation, office equipment, telephones).
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