Chief Clinical Integration Officer, Bend, OR
Chief Clinical Integration Officer
Mosaic Medical prides itself on being an innovative health system that pioneers unique and creative ways to provide and improve patient access to health care. Since our founding in 2002 we have proudly served insured and uninsured patients regardless of age, ethnicity, or income.
We focus on a holistic approach to patient care by incorporating behavioral health, pharmacy, and nutrition support to serve patients in the most meaningful way. At Mosaic Medical, you will work with incredibly dedicated and mission-centered peers and be part of a dynamic team based environment.
Mosaic Medical offers more than just a job, it is a lifestyle. A lifestyle of serving others. A lifestyle of being an integral part of your community. A lifestyle that offers work/life balance. A lifestyle of enjoying the outdoors! Central Oregon offers over 300 days of sunshine a year, so enjoy a PTO day on the mountain, biking/hiking trails, or the river! A lifestyle that improves lives, including yours. Of course, we also offer a great benefit package!
The Chief Clinical Integration Officer (CCIO) is accountable for the establishment, development, and execution of integrated clinical services across the organization including medical, oral health, and behavioral health. The CCIO oversees all aspects of clinical care delivery, including strategic planning, resource allocation, growth and development, regulatory compliance, clinical quality, staff recruitment, supervision and engagement. This position provides leadership for the Clinic Medical Directors, Director of Behavioral Health, Director of Nursing, and Dental Director. This person is a member of the executive leadership team and serves as the clinical liaison with the Board of Directors. The CCIO works closely with the leadership team to create a culture where multi-disciplinary teams are promoted as a means to achieve excellent patient outcomes and effective use of organizational and community resources. This position proactively identifies opportunities to improve the patient and family experience, quality of care, and the overall effectiveness and efficiency of Mosaic’s clinical services that meet Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) and Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA) standards. In performing this work, the CCIO ensures execution of our mission “to improve the lives and health of the individuals we serve.”
- Develops the vision and direction for integrated team-based care initiatives.
- Provides executive leadership and a clinical perspective on the Executive Team.
- Provides clinical expertise to ensure continuous quality improvement, the delivery of cost effective services to our patients, and the development and implementation of population health management.
- Establishes and supports ongoing clinical staff recruitment practices with the HR Director (HRD).
- Supports, mentors and leads direct reports.
- Develop and/or participate in annual budgeting process.
- Review monthly financial reports for respective departments.
Skills & Knowledge
5 years’ experience in healthcare administration at a senior leadership level. A deep knowledge of integrated primary care, population health management, and value based pay. Ability to perform in a complex changing environment. Strong analytical skills, communication skills, problem identification and resolution skills, decision making ability. Have experience within the clinical delivery system and the ability to work in support of clinical teams in accomplishing their goals while strengthening the clinical team’s capacity to successfully implement performance improvement activities. Ability to recognize workflow problems and redesign new processes and create buy in from all customers on change. Knowledge of federal, state, and other applicable standards for clinical practice. Knowledge of federal and state initiatives impacting community health and primary care. A demonstrated ability to work with automated systems, including electronic medical records and MS Office products such as Word, Excel and Outlook. Ability to work collaboratively with diverse individuals and situations, including strong problem solving and conflict resolution skills. Excellent innovation skills; proven understanding of quality improvement initiatives and collaboration with internal and external partners. Experience dealing with underserved populations and cultural competency. Special population groups include those defined by race, ethnicity, language, age, sex, sexual orientation, economic standing, etc. Ability to travel for training, collaboration with other organizations & agencies, oversight of satellite clinics, and to other areas of community as necessary. Knowledge of population health management, Continuous Quality Improvement, Complex Case Management programs and principles of prevention and wellness Familiarity with ICD-9 and CPT Coding.
Education, certification and licensure:
Advanced clinical degree required. License to practice in the state of Oregon or ability to obtain a license in Oregon. Board certified or board eligible in applicable field if relevant. Valid driver’s license.