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Position Summary: The Associate Chief Medical Officer (CMO) working with the CMO of the INW Hospitals will be responsible to help drive the quality of medical care provided and will foster medical staff relationships. The incumbent assists the CMO to provide medical leadership for clinical and business planning, clinical performance, Medical Quality Assessment/Assurance, Risk Management, Continuing Medical Education, and Medical Staff Credentialing and governance activities. Under the direction of the CMO, and in conjunction with other organizational leaders, the incumbent provides medical leadership to develop and achieve the Business Units strategic and operational objectives, integrating those objectives with the system objectives of MultiCare Health System (MHS). Working with other members of the executive team of the business units, the incumbent works together with the CMO, hospital President, Nurse Executive, Chief Operating Officer, Quality and Safety leader, Finance Business Partner, President - MHS Clinically Integrated Network and ACO Operations, senior leaders, and Medical Staff leadership in a team-oriented approach to planning and operational oversight. This position collaborates with other Chief Medical Officers in the health system to share best practices and work closely with SVP of Quality Integrity and Medical Affairs Officer. Work situations are varied and challenging, requiring strong administrative and leadership skills in negotiation, complex data analysis, creativity, diplomacy, problem solving and decision making. This position requires the development of critical relationships and broad ranging contacts to support accomplishment of internal as well as externally facing strategic and operational objectives.
Minimum Requirements: Minimum of 3-5 years clinical experience, providing direct patient care Experience as a medical director or service chief in a comparable hospital or health system Credentialed to practice in MultiCare Health System facilities Strong clinical credentials required Demonstrated progress in an administrative career path preferred
Education/Licenses/Certifications: Graduate of an accredited medical school Licensure to practice medicine in Washington State Graduate degree in healthcare administration preferredContact Shelly Loucks at email@example.com to learn more!
Position Type: Part Time - Regular Full Time Employee: NoPrimary Shift: Day Work Schedule: TBD
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