ABOUT OUR COMPANY
ValueOptions ® is a health improvement company that serves more than 32 million individuals. On behalf of employers, health plans and government agencies, we manage innovative programs and solutions that directly address the challenges our health care system faces today. A national leader in the fields of mental and emotional wellbeing, recovery and resilience, employee assistance, and wellness, ValueOptions helps people make the difficult life changes needed to be healthier and more productive. With offices nationwide and a network of more than 130,000 provider locations, ValueOptions helps people take important steps in the right direction. We help them live their lives to the fullest potential.
ABOUT OUR PEOPLE
At ValueOptions, it’s more than just a job. Our employees personally and professionally embrace our vision to help people lead healthier lives. Our employees are passionate about the work they do, and we are passionate about our employees.
Our over 3,100 employees enjoy challenging career growth in an environment that values integrity, innovation, consumer engagement and joint accountability. We strive to build a boundless culture and community of professionals that includes people development and honest and free-flowing communication. If you desire to use your experience to make a difference and a thirst to actively develop your knowledge and skills, join the ValueOptions team!
ABOUT THE POSITION
We are currently seeking a dynamic Associate Medical Director to join our team at our office in Tampa, FL. The Associate Medical Director will assist the Medical Director in facilitating and monitoring access to services and ensure that care is of the highest quality and rendered in an efficient manner.
Serve as the assistant to the Medical Director in the areas of medical provider relations, quality management, utilization management, clinical systems design and clinical operations.
Assists with medical leadership for clinical standards, guidelines and operations for the Tampa Service Center.
Identifies physicians’ outlier utilization patterns and/or clinical practices which require improvement. Educating participating physicians and clinicians on various policies and procedures.
Assists the Quality Management and Call Center Teams in regards to Peer Reviews, Critical Incidents and Appeals.
Assists with compliance of state and federal regulatory requirements which apply to medical care issues.
Education : MD/DO and completion of psychiatric residency.
Licensures: MD/DO licensed in State of Florida.
Relevant Work Experience: Minimum of five (5) years post residency clinical practice required. Three (3) years direct managed care experience, preferably in behavioral health desired.
Value Options - 18 months ago
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