Asst Prof/Assoc Prof/Prof - Dept of Surgery - Academic Physician/SurgeonLocation:
Tulsa, OKOpen Date:
Jan 4, 2022Description:
- Direct Supervisor: Department Chair
- FTE: 100%
- Title/Rank: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor
- Provides patient care to surgical patients. Maintains board certification dependent on specialty. Maintains effective communication with other physicians, staff and residents. Physician will see patients in the office a minimum of 8 hours per week. Required call participation as part routine duties. Maintain active staff privileges at facilities the department is associated with.
- Quality Medical Record documentation. Completes medical records in a timely and quality manner.
- Academic Teaching. Instruction of general surgical residents, medical and PA students to included Score conferences and mentorship.
- Research. Responsible for performing medical and academic research including a minimum of 1 manuscript published annually, function as a primary investigator for 1 sponsored clinical trial; Support departmental research programs.
- Departmental Support. Responsible for aiding the growth of patient care volumes, departmental financial stability, reputation and respect. Participate on the team in a collegial role. Support proper use of departmental equipment and facilities. Long term commitment to department.
- Other duties as assigned by the Department Chair and/or other appropriate University authority.
- MD, DO, or equivalent degree
- Graduation from ACGME accredited residency.
- Possession of a valid and unrestricted Oklahoma medical license (by date of hire), good references, and an exemplary practice history (as applicable).
- Board Certified or Eligible by the respective professional affiliated Board or the American Osteopathic Association.
Preferences (Not Required)
- Previous academic medicine experience.
- Extensive experience with health quality metrics such as PQRS, Meaningful Use, HEDIS, NCQA, VBM, MIPS, STAR and others.
- Experience with a wide variety of payor models and population health delivery models.
- Have an understanding of the Triple Aim, Chronic Care and Clinical Microsystems Models.
- Have experience in models of quality improvement such as the IHI Model for Improvement, Six Sigma, Lean, Adaptive Design, TQM (and others) as well as the tools of improvement to include AIM’s driver diagrams, PDSA, process mapping, quality measurement, statistical process control, and reliability theory.
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