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- Provide medical services to patients in their home and educate them on how to follow care plans.
- Partner with primary care providers, specialists, hospitals, and community-based organizations to promote an understanding of the organization?s model, facilitate collaboration, and promote effective patient co-management.
- Supervise and provide insight to advanced practice clinicians assigned to members community.
- Monitor, evaluate, and facilitate quality improvement activities, including review of member and care team quality of care concerns.
- Promote program development and integration of clinical innovations, including community medicine, care transitions, palliative care, etc.
- Participate in the development and delivery of educational content and integration of primary and behavioral health needs.
- Assist in training and mentoring new employees as needed.
- Participate equally in all call responsibilities.
- Connect with patients and partners in an unbiased and empathetic manner to ensure their needs are being met.
- Collect data, organize information, track tasks, and communicate with staff, patients, and family using the company?s custom-built platform.
- MD or DO degree from an Accredited institution.
- BC/BE in Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Pediatric, or Geriatric Medicine
- Valid Connecticut medical license
- Practice supervision experience
- Experience providing clinical services to individuals with co-occurring chronic medical and behavioral health conditions, and have interest in serving complex, vulnerable, and disabled populations.
- Experience with home-care clinical practice
- Experience in geriatrics or behavioral health in a low-income community or in a community health setting.
- DEA-approved to provide buprenorphine treatment for substance use disorder
- Valid Driver?s License and Car