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Clinical Director of Population Health

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Patient Care
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School of Medicine
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Job Summary:

Responsible for helping lead clinical population health and value-based care activities for the UT Health San Antonio Center for Population Health and Value-Based Care.  Working with the Director of Population Health and Analytics, the Clinical Director will leverage UT Health San Antonio analytics and evidence-based care to successfully direct the quality and care management teams to execute the strategy set by the Chief Value and Health Information Officer and leadership of the Center for Population Health and Value-Based Care.  As such, the Director will play a critical role in supporting, optimizing, and ensuring the success of the population health and value-based care strategic goals of UT Health San Antonio.

Job Duties:

  1. Working with Senior Medical Director of Medical Management, lead the Medical management team in achieving UT and value-based care (VBC) population health utilization goals.
  2. Ensure that the Medical Management team is optimally utilizing the Epic and other Care Management tools to facilitate efficient care.
  3. Working with the Medical Director of Quality, provide leadership and supervision for population health and ambulatory focused clinical quality team initiatives to achieve UT and VBC population health clinical quality goals
  4. Actively support clinical quality improvement activities and possess a comprehensive understanding of the importance of meeting VBC and regulatory requirements in the population health and ambulatory settings.
  5. Employ state of the art tools to facilitate best practices including clinical order sets, protocols, checklists, practice guidelines, and clinical policies.
  6. Collaborate extensively with the department and leadership of Analytics in the development, implementation, and reporting of appropriate process and outcome measures in support of population health and ambulatory care quality improvement.
  7. Collaborate with Population Health leadership and Analytics to help ensure the team is meeting financial targets.
  8. Responsible for fostering positive team collaboration and staff development in order to facilitate effective and efficient operations, employee engagement, and achievement of goals. Additional functions include: training, mentoring and continuous performance management
  9. Coordinates and communicates medical service functions with other departmental functions.
  10. Collaborate with all staff, directors, and managers within the Center for Population Health and Value-Based Care as well as leadership and members of UT Health San Antonio to achieve shared goals including moving towards top percentile performance nationally.

Education:

Bachelor's degree in a work-related field/discipline from an accredited college or university is required. A Master's Degree is preferred

Experience:

Seven (7) years of experience in healthcare with 5 years experience in patient and Case Management, Clinical Operations, Quality Improvement, Population Health, and Value-based care is required. Two (2) years of supervisory experience are required.

Licenses and Certifications:

Required: RN  - Registered Nurse - State Licensure And/Or Compact State Licensure, Current licensure in the State of Texas as a registered nurse 

Preferred: CCM - Certified Case Manager - Current Certified Case Manager (CCM) certification

UT Health San Antonio is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer.  It is our policy to promote and ensure equal employment opportunity for all individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status.

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