Occupational Medicine Physician (Falls Church, VA)-P
Board-certified or board eligible Occupational Medicine Physician who provides subject matter expertise across the spectrum of military public health, individual medical readiness, health surveillanc enad health promotion.
- Support the continued improvement of the depleted uranium and embedded metal fragments policies and reporting the development of the individual longitudinal exposure record.
- Support the FR&HA Program Director of monitoring and reporting on specialized medical surveillance programs and compliance with medical (Health Information Portability Accountability Act of HIPAA) and personal information (PII) privacy policies and standards.
- Propose new strategies and technical approached and when required provide business cased analyses for improved occupational medicine programs to more effectively identify hazards to mitigate individual exposures and identify more effective primary and secondary prevention measures, including special medical surveillance programs to characterize and document health risks and to measure and document exposures.
- Monitor the medical research and scientific literature to monitor emerging science and methods for possible utilization by FHP&RP and by the Military Health System, especially in the development of comprehensive Service member individual longitudinal exposure records.
- Support the government in identifying medical standards for contractors on the battlefield and for the DoD civilian expeditionary workforce (CEW).
- Medical Doctorate Degree and at least 7 years of relevant work experience or equivalent.
- Requires a Secret Clearance
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