Senior Physician Leader, working directly with Department of Medicine and Hospital leadership, to develop and implement a new Primary Care initative covering 100,000 to 200,000 patients within the Stanford Hospital and Clinics network of care. In addition, the successful candidate will serve as Clinical Deputy for the Division of General Medical Disciplines, a unit presently of 80 primary care, hospitalist, geriatric, occupational health and palliative care physcians and health services and popoulation health research faculty, the largest Division within the Department of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine.
The Primary Care Leader and Deputy will be responsible for innovative design and implementation of a new center for primary care at Stanford. The goal will be to frame and develop a novel practice implementing state of the art care delivery models. A main focus of the position will be to implement the development in a multifaceted approach at Stanford—including reengineering the patient care model, integrated primary care into our residency training programs, and developing strong recruitment and retention strategies. It will be important to prepare this practice to not only deliver top-notch care in Silicon Valley but also prepare for the Medicare pay-for-performance programs, full risk and professional risk capitation programs as well as commercial pay-for-performance reward programs as they evolve.
The individual will also be responsible for overseeing clincial development in Geriatrics, Palliative Care, Hospitalist Medicine, Executive /Concierge Medicine and Occupational Health.
The individual will possess the following skills:
- Established practicing physician in Primary Care with proven program development skills in Primary Care
- M.D., current Board Certification in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine
- Proven managerial and operational experience in an Academic Medical Center (AMC) or a large private healthcare system in Primary Care
- Innovative thinker with proven technology application in Primary Care
- Demonstrated experience in the implementation of medical home care delivery model
- Possess both a comprehensive theoretical understanding and practical knowledge of clinical effectiveness, evidence based medicine and quality improvement tools.
- Effective innovator, leader, relationship-builder, collaborator, communicator, mentor and strategist eligible for a title of Clincial Associate or Professor of Medicine at Stanford University of Medicine
- Expectation for leader to clinically practice and model best practices in clinical setting
Dr. Nancy Morioka-Douglas