Tower Health Partners (THP) was established in 2014 by the founding physician members, is one of the oldest clinically integrated organizations in the region. With leadership and governance by its member physicians, the organization has promoted changes in clinical and patient care through the diligent work of its committees and Board. In 2016, THP distributed $2.1M in shared savings. THP is a physician-hospital partnership that is patient-centric and physician-led, with guiding principles of improving the quality and efficiency of healthcare in the communities it serves. THP supports an extensive network of physicians from all specialties, and ensures all physicians align with Clinical Integration principles and every physician can participate in driving healthcare transformation. Clinical Integration uniquely positions THP to leverage its strong relationship with physicians to support both primary and specialty services to deliver the highest quality of care at the greatest value using the most current evidence-based guidelines for patient care.
The Associate Vice President of Clinical Integration is responsible for the development of clinical integration strategies and initiatives and will provide guidance in the implementation of these programs. He/she will ensure the partnership operates in a manner consistent with community standards of medical practice and ensure physician input is considered when developing these guidelines. The Associate Vice President will serve as a core member of the leadership team and is a liaison between physicians, administration, utilization management and quality improvement leaders. He/She is accountable for value-based care, including metric accountability, evidence-based guideline development, utilization management oversight, population health management, care coordination, care/disease management of high-risk members, prevention, wellness and quality management. Furthermore, the Associate Vice President is ultimately responsible for the communication and engagement of network providers with respect to clinically integrated products and services.
This is an excellent opportunity for a physician leader to develop and grow a large clinically integrated network within an award-winning, expanding health system.
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