Medical Director - Primary Care (Nurse Practitioner)
Andover, MN, USA | American Nurses Association
Industry:Non-Profit / Social Enterprise
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Fairview Health Services is seeking a Medical Director that will be the accountable clinical leader of M Health Fairview Clinic – Andover. The Medical Director, Primary Care Service Line in dyadic partnership with the Primary Care Director leads primary care teams to achieve the organization’s mission and strategic goals.
Opening: .8 to 1.0 FTE (.25 FTE Medical Director/.55-.75 FTE Clinical Practice)
Oversees approximately 15 physicians and advanced practice providers.
Implementation and ongoing management of the following:
Pertinent policies related to primary care, primary care performance targets including operating, financial, productivity; annual quality plan and clinical outcomes metrics; practice standards for primary care; annual customer experience plan for primary care; standards for service delivery and access
Responsible for ensuring that there is sufficient capacity to serve the needs of the local community. Includes monitoring of current capacity and utilization
Identify, prioritize, and sponsor opportunities for improvement through lean principles
Leads or participates in committee work as designated by the Primary Care Executive Team or other leadership.
Promotes positive, collaborative relationships between the Primary Care Service Line and other M Health Fairview partners
Responsible for creating an environment for professional development including:
oversight of onboarding of new team members, training, ongoing coaching and engagement. Ensures high-level performance, achievement of goals and quality results, through people that report to them. Establish standards to ensure high quality staff are hired, retained, and recognized. Evaluates performance while setting up development plans throughout the year.
In partnership with the dyadic director oversees the development and management of financial budgets for their clinic(s). Along with the director is accountable for closing gaps in outcomes.
Fosters a culture of teamwork, collaboration, shared accountability, improvement, and success.
PhD Graduate of a school of nursing and accredited Nurse Practitioner training program
BC/BE through the AANP or ANCC
Licensed or ability to obtain APRN license with the Minnesota Board of Nursing
Ability to obtain and /or maintain DEA certification for the State of Minnesota.
Meet threshold criteria/qualifications for Credentialing and Privileges.
Minimum of 5 years of experience in clinical practice that demonstrates success in quality, clinical variation, practice management, and patient experience
Preferred Experience: Leadership of Service Line or Organizational Committee
Collaborative work style
Ability to serve as a diplomat/ mentor with strong executive presence
Strong communication skills, including written and verbal
Ability to lead and manage broad-based change and development
Strong interpersonal and team/group dynamic skills. Ability to balance the needs and perspectives of multiple constituencies and assist groups in decision making
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