Promote and support management to ensure refill medications policy and controlled substances policy compliance.
Review periodically a summative report from management for all prescriptions for controlled substances at clinic to ensure policy compliance.
Promotion of team-based planned care at every visit, Patients as Proofreaders and Medication Reconciliation as well as Attention to Patient Agendas policies reviewing summative management reports on a quarterly basis.
Return calls to patients and promote staff and resident/learner team based root cause analysis, organizational response and strategy for system improvement.
Be a reliable resource to the care management department.
Timely completion of Patient Care documentation and required resident evaluations and direct observation assessments as assigned
Practice as an outpatient physician with 32 hours of patient care per week (96 slots per week) and 8 hours administrative time. Must be present (40) forty hours per week, which includes administrative time.
At least one weekend call per month, which may incorporate your Sunday rotation responsibilities in your call weekend. Sunday time outside of the call weekend, you will have a day off during the week.
Provide on call physician backup service and also participate in extra call to cover colleagues during time off and unexpected emergencies
Participate in Sunday and Holiday rotation.
Comply with organization’s Open Document Policy
Precept residents in outpatient clinic setting
Participate in resident didactics for the Residency Program
Direct involvement in completion of resident evaluations and ensure evaluations are completed in a timely manner; inclusive of direct observation requirements
Participate in scholarly activities as it relates to care delivery and performance and programmatic improvement
Participate in annual program evaluation
Participate in curriculum development as requested
Assist in monitoring resident stress, with the goal of identifying mental or emotional conditions that inhibit performance and/or learning and advise the Associate Program Director and/or Program Director
Actively participate in recruitment process, review candidates, interviews and selection of residents. When asked, attend recruitment fairs to recruit locally, regionally and nationally
Participate in orientation and graduation ceremony
Participate in monthly resident RAP sessions
Actively participate in preparation and maintenance of ACGME accreditation
Model and promote physician professionalism
Actively mentor a number of trainees and oversee learner driven portfolio
Participate in Academic societies in order to enhance your educational skills
Attend weekly Faculty meetings with a minimum of 80% attendance
Must complete annual ACGME faculty survey
Achieve and maintain Board certification, CMES, ACLS/BLS certification
Demonstrate compliance and highest integrity with industry recognized billing practices
Promote/demonstrate scholarly work; which includes uploading scholarly work in My Evaluations software
Graduate Medical Education in an ACGME or AOA or Accredited Internal Medicine or Family Medicine Residency Program
Current Board certification or possess qualifications acceptable to the Review Committee
Valid DEA Certification
Previous experience in medical education with residents and/or medical students
Valid physician license for State of Pennsylvania
Valid BLS, ACLS certification
Valid driver’s license
Demonstrated primary care delivery and academic experience.
Demonstrated professionalism and excellent communication skills
Demonstrated significant knowledge of trends & issues, laws & regulations related to the delivery of high-quality ambulatory and behavioral health care services
Demonstrated success in establishing relationships with individuals and organizations of influence, including civic leaders, charitable agencies, fundraising sources, etc. Demonstrated success with planning, analysis and implementation of decisions affecting new business growth and development
Demonstrated success in the selecting &developing, in motivating and directing, high performing teams
Demonstrated success in leading and directing a clinical staff of comparable size and scope
Demonstrated expertise related to trends and issues, laws and regulations associated with the delivery of primary health care services
Demonstrated success in establishing a wide range of business and professional relationships
Capacity to envision and develop clinical programs consistent with the mission of the TWCCH and a publicly operated care delivery system (the Center)
Demonstrated knowledge of quality assurance and risk management standards and processes
Familiarity and experience with care standards and processes established by regulatory entities
Knowledge of credentialing process, delineation of clinical privileges and peer review
Internal Number: 20-032
About The Wright Center
For more than 45 years, The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education and The Wright Center for Community Health have been committed to providing non-discriminatory, high-quality primary health care to the region’s most vulnerable populations while creating a primary care workforce pipeline America needs.
We deliver comprehensive primary health care services focused on meeting the needs of medically under-served populations, from pediatrics to geriatrics, while educating the next generation of primary care physicians. Our passionate purpose is to co-create transformational healthcare teams of leaders who empower people, families and communities to own and optimize their health.