The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) will report to the Chief Executive Officer. The Chief Medical Officer will be a key member of the executive team which sets the overall strategic direction of the Company. The primary role of the Chief Medical Officer will be to provide leadership and direction for all medical activities associated with the Company. These areas will likely include Clinical Development, Medical Affairs, Regulatory Affairs, and Drug Safety, and serve as the face of the Company to the medical community and health authorities. Successful planning and execution in these areas are expected to result in the regulatory approval and commercial success of the Company’s key products.
This is a hands-on role leading a team of five professionals responsible for clinical development and clinical operations activities. Additional responsibilities for Medical Affairs, Regulatory Affairs, and Drug Safety may initially be handled through outside consultants and contractors with the intent to develop an in-house organization as the product portfolio develops. Overall, this individual will be responsible for successful clinical development, regulatory approval, and medical support of the company’s products to drive the success and growth of the Company.
The Chief Medical Officer will have a highly visible role as the medical voice for both the physician and the patient within and outside the Company and act as the Company’s primary medical representative. In this capacity, the Chief Medical Officer will interact with external audiences including healthcare delivery, payers, regulators, healthcare policy, patient groups, and investors. The Chief Medical Officer will also be accountable for developing and executing national medical education programs and opinion leader development.
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The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) provides professional medical knowledge and experience to give the “clinical voice” in the implementation of the company's policy. The position requires a proactive approach to the development and implementation of the Company's policy in a continuously evolving healthcare environment, with a constant and steady focus on quality laboratory medicine and patient safety.
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The role of the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) ensures high-quality, patient-centered care by leading clinical and quality initiatives that support the provision of consistent clinical performance and practice standards across the hospital. The Chief Medical Officer provides senior-level leadership to the infection control, risk management, safety, and medical staff credentialing functions, ensuring the collaboration and coordination of all stakeholders in these processes.
The Chief Medical Officer facilitates the analysis of quality performance and prioritization improvement opportunities and consults on an array of issues involving physicians. The Chief Medical Officer also contributes to overall hospital strategy and service line development to ensure quality management and promote the optimum patient experience.
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The Chief Medical Officer will lead with a balance of internal and external-facing activities that support a shift to a higher-touch, patient-centric focused business. This accountable leader will develop, implement, support, and promote population health and health equity to drive the delivery of high-value healthcare for a sustainable competitive business. These strategies, policies, and programs are comprised of care management, utilization management, quality improvement, network management as well as clinical coverage protocol.
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We are seeking a dynamic Chief Medical Officer who can work effectively in a relationship-driven culture to put the patient first, deliver quality cost-effective healthcare, and promote wellness to all we serve. The Chief Medical Officer must embody Company's mission, embrace its vision, and must lead through our values of compassion, honesty, and excellence.
The Chief Medical Officer supports the overall operation, administration, and medical management of the clinical programs. This position works in concert with the CEO, the executive team, the operations council, and the medical executive committee to establish and accomplish the strategic goals and policies for the Hospital. The incumbent is responsible for developing and maintaining involvement in the physician relationships and has oversight of the Medical Staff Services Coordinator.
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As a Chief Medical Officer you will have the opportunity to provide the overall clinical vision for the organization and oversee clinical activities and quality across the organization.
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The Health Division Chief Medical Officer (CMO) provides medical oversight, policy and program development, and oversees medical performance objectives for all clinical departments within the Health Division. The CMO has both administrative and clinical patient care responsibilities within the Health Division to be determined in consultation with the Clinical Services Administrator according to organization needs.
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As the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) you will be responsible for the clinical oversight of psychiatry services, including the provision of clinical care, staff supervision, fiscal accountability, risk management, and participation in short and long-range planning of services to meet the needs of the community. The Chief Medical Officer is an integral part of the Senior Leadership Team and serves in both an administrative and clinical role providing direct services to a small caseload of clients. Direct reports include the Medical Directors from other areas of the agency.
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The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) is responsible for providing strong, effective, and inspired medical leadership for physicians and medical staff of the hospital to ensure that the highest level of quality medical care is provided to patients cost-effectively and efficiently.
The CMO is an integral member of the Senior Leadership team. Via work with carelines, medical directors, medical staff, patient care services, and administration, the CMO is responsible for ongoing planning, development, implementation, and continuous improvement of the programs and services involving and/or provided by the medical staff. The CMO facilitates the Medical Executive Committee and its functions and represents the best interests of patients and their families, physicians and medical staff, and the hospital. The CMO participates in system-wide initiatives as requested.
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The Chief Medical Officer will provide leadership and expertise for clinical integration and alignment, hospital and clinical effectiveness, medical staff operations, physician leadership development, and physician-hospital relations. The CMO evaluates and optimizes the care management approach, the process of disease management, patient satisfaction, and patient safety.
This individual will develop processes to assure appropriateness of care including length of stay and ancillary resource utilization and assure effective and efficient delivery of quality medical care consistent with the mission and vision of the organization. In addition, he/she serves as the primary liaison between medical staff and administration and provides planning, direction, leadership, and integration for Medical Staff functions/activities to foster communication, transparency, teamwork, and strategic implementation.