Internal Medicine Physician Job in Sandpoint

Internal Medicine Physician Job in Sandpoint, ID#30288

assignment Internal Medicine
access_time permanent/full-time
flight_land Visa: No
place Sandpoint, ID
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Kaniksu Community Health

  • FT/PT
  • Hours:Scheduled hours and days are negotiable; Wednesdays are required
  • Employed
  • Average Patients seen: 15; Negotiable
  • Call Schedule: 1:2
  • Loan Repayment
  • Sign-On Bonus
  • Compensation: Salary up to $243,000
  • Benefits:
    - Medical with Employer Contribution
    - Employer Paid Dental, Vision, and Basic Life Insurance
    - Supplement Life and AD&D Insurance
    - 80 Hours Vacation Leave Increases with Tenure
    - 64 Hours Sick Leave
    - Inhouse Benefit of Medical, Dental, and Behavioral Health Coverage up to $2,000* per Calendar Year for You and Your Eligible Dependents (In addition to Our Regularly Offered Medical Insurance Coverage)
    * Amount Max is $2,000 for Family
  • Additional Info:
    As a CMO, a typical day might include:
    - Leading and implementing the clinical direction for the organization.
    - Keeping abreast of emerging models in health care delivery; identify and define new and innovative strategies to achieve business goals and objectives
    - Identifying opportunities to collaborate and develop clinical integration opportunities with other partners and health delivery systems to achieve affordable outcomes.
    - Idaho license
    - Minimum of 5 years experience in direct patient care
    - Knowledge of managed healthcare systems, medical quality assurance, quality improvement, and risk management
    - Demonstrated management, organizational and interpersonal skills
    - Experience and demonstrated successful leadership of case management, disease management, and/or population health programs in a "patient-centered" model of healthcare delivery