Boundless is more than a company name. It’s a statement about who we are and what we believe. For more than forty years, we have provided individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and behavioral health challenges the freedom and opportunity to live boundless lives.

In 2021, we are launching a new initiative to support our community by opening Boundless Health – a federally qualified health center (FQHC) providing primary care services to the people we support and the larger community in and around Worthington, OH.

The first step in this endeavor is hiring a leader – our medical director.

Boundless Benefits

Working for Boundless has many perks. We treat our team like family and offer advantages that allow you to focus, thrive, and grow. Enjoy excellent benefits such as medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, a flexible spending plan, 401k with matching contribution, and generous time off.

What You Would Be Doing

The medical director, acting as the chief medical officer of Boundless Health, is responsible for providing leadership and direction. The medical director will work collaboratively with the executive team on clinical strategy and approach to ensure the health center’s overall goals. The medical director is also responsible for providing direct patient services by delivering quality healthcare and other medical services. The CEO may also direct the medical director to perform other duties per Boundless’ funding requirements, contractual agreements, and policies, procedures, as well as protocols established by HRSA.

Leadership Skills/Qualities

  • Communicates effectively with not only staff but with executive leadership, chairing committees for QA, risk management, etc. as well as the board of directors
  • Observes team performing various tasks and measuring competency to ensure clinical staff is competent
  • Communicates performance utilizing the assessment tools, with the ability to develop corrective action plans to ensure employees are performing at their best
  • Develops policies and procedures necessary for the staff to follow based upon evidence-based guidelines outlined in their respective association/certification
  • Possesses management, leadership, and executive capabilities
  • Teaches and educates to articulate positions effectively
  • Excels in effective coaching and counseling of employees, as well as definitive mentoring skills
  • Tactfully speaks, mentors, trains, and disciplines staff when necessary and appropriately
  • Interacts effectively and professionally with persons from diverse cultural, socioeconomic, education, racial, religious, ethnic, and professional backgrounds

Analytical Skills

  • Ability to run and interpret clinical, financial, and administrative reports from various sources (EMR, budgeting, etc.), and enhance programs and measures
  • Requires the understanding of what reports such as the UDS report, HEDIS measures, PCMH, and Meaningful Use reports entail, what data is needed, and participation in committees to report on the data from the EMR system

Strategic Planning

  • Ability to plan the clinical aspects of the organization as they align with the overall goals
  • Assesses current and future needs of the organization and creating a plan to promote long term growth
  • Adjusts clinical goals of the organization by analyzing internal data and national benchmarking

Required Education and Experience

  • Board-certified physician in family practice, pediatrics, or internal medicine
  • Licensure in Ohio in good standing, or willingness to become licensed in Ohio
  • Experience in a public health or community clinic setting providing primary care to patients of all ages
  • Solid knowledge of PCMH accreditation processes
  • Strong knowledge of the UDS report, HEDIS measures, and meaningful use
  • Knowledge and ability to use and retrieve reports from an electronic medical record (EMR) system
  • Authoritative knowledge of the principles of practice, principles of general management, and specifically in personnel management and techniques in running a medical practice in a community health center
  • Ability to reach, stoop, walk, and lift 25 pounds, and to perform essential functions with or without reasonable accommodation

Preferred Education and Experience

  • Familiarity with the federal and state rules, regulations, and practices pertaining to a federally qualified health center is highly preferred

At Boundless, we are building a world that realizes the potential of all people. Will you join us? Apply today.

All candidates who have received an offer of employment will be required to undergo a pre-employment background check, drug screen, and health screen as applicable for the role.

We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

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