Formed in 1998 under four religious sponsors, Catholic Health in Buffalo, NY is a non-profit comprehensive healthcare system that provides care to Western New Yorkers across a network of hospitals, primary care centers, diagnostic and treatment centers, long-term care facilities and other programs.
Catholic Health announces an exceptional opportunity for an accomplished and respected physician executive to serve as Chief Medical Officer, Physician Enterprise.
Reporting to the Chief Physician Executive of Catholic Health (CH), the Chief Medical Officer, Physician Enterprise (CMO) will lead and direct more than 200 practicing clinicians, including all Trinity specialty practices across CH as well as those specialty clinicians operating within hospital-based clinics. The CMO will oversee the effective coordination of CH employed primary care practices with CH specialists, and as a member of the Catholic Health executive team, will develop and implement clinical programs, clinical protocols, and a clinically integrated network across Catholic Health.
The CMO will partner with the Vice President of Physician Enterprise and other system executives to establish an effective medical group culture which is patient centered, evidence based, interdisciplinary, and which continuously improves the patient experience, safety and quality while reducing expense. The CMO has a truly unique opportunity to create a lasting legacy by building a nationally recognized, multispecialty physician and provider group practice with a common culture and set of values expressed through Catholic Health’s Mission - to reveal the healing love of Jesus to all.
The qualifications for the CMO, Physician enterprise include:
Demonstrated competence in managing large (>250), multispecialty practices.
Significant leadership, with more than 10 years of experience practicing medicine along with medical staff or administrative leadership positions, such as Chief of Staff, Chairman of the Credentials Committee, and/or Department Chairman.
Significant experience working with physicians, Administration, and the Board of Directors of a health system.
A history of strong teamwork, interpersonal relations, communication, negotiation, and analytical skills.
An ability to get along with diverse personalities and to handle multifaceted, long term projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities.
Possession of a solid record of effective physician relations, including the ability to work with physicians on daily problem-solving and in the development of new programs and leading transformational change.
Board certification, or equivalent, in Surgery or Medicine with a current physician license, or eligibility for licensure, in the state of New York.
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