Friday, September 23, 2016

Don't miss the American Association for Physician Leadership Fall Institute

Mark your calendars for the American Association for Physician Leadership Fall Institute
Nov. 4-8, 2016
Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass
Chandler, Arizona

The 2016 Fall Institute offers the courses you need to achieve your physician leadership goals. You get access to our world-class faculty, cutting edge content and peer-to-peer networking. Wrap up 2016 focused on advancing your career and changing the world of health care.

http://www.physicianleaders.org/education/live-institutes/fall

Friday, September 16, 2016

CMMI Employment Opportunities

The CMS Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) is hiring NOW! Are you interested in innovative ideas to improve the health care system through the Affordable Care Act? If so, this opportunity is for you.

The Learning and Diffusion Group within CMMI is looking for clinical and other health care policy professionals with expertise in quality improvement and running multi-institutional learning collaboratives, to guide the improvement of tests-of-change taking place through new health care payment and service delivery models being developed and implemented by CMMI.

CMMI is currently testing alternative models for payment that incentivize care redesign; engage beneficiaries; harvest best practices; and spread them nationally. These models have the potential to reduce CMS program expenditures while maintaining or improving the quality of care for CMS beneficiaries; with the ultimate goal of identifying potential improvements to the Medicare, Medicaid and CHIP programs.

Please share this exciting news with colleagues who want to be involved with important national health care issues and be a part of a dynamic, fast-paced, and highly visible team. To learn more about the work of CMMI, please visit: http://innovation.cms.gov.

If interested, please send a resume and cover letter to CMMIDHA@cms.hhs.gov.

Thursday, September 15, 2016

QS World MBA Tour

If you're thinking about pursuing an MBA, take a look at some of the schools profiled through the QS World MBA Tour happening all around the world.

The QS World MBA Tour offers you the opportunity to meet with MBA admissions officers and alumni from top business schools around the world.
  • Speak directly with admission directors from the world’s top business schools;
  • Get advice on your MBA admissions strategy by attending our admissions and study abroad panels;
  • Improve your GMAT™ scores at our dedicated workshops;
  • Get access to scholarships worth $1.7 million, available exclusively to fair attendees;
  • Hear about the MBA experience from top business schools alumni at dedicated seminars.
http://www.topmba.com/events/qs-world-mba-tour



Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Today is a unique and unofficial first "World Hiring Day"

Are you comfortable in front of a webcam? You've probably never heard of this unofficial holiday called World Hiring Day because it's unofficial, it's the first one ever, and it's probably going to expand into an annual tradition.

You don't need to submit a resume or fill out applications online. Just be prepared in front of a webcam.

HireVue -- Together With Hundreds of Companies -- Hosts First-Ever Video-Based "World Hiring Day"

Candidates Worldwide Can Introduce Themselves to New Opportunities with Companies including Hilton Grand Vacations, Netflix, Carnival Cruise Line and IBM

SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- HireVue, provider of team acceleration software designed to help companies build and coach the world's best teams, celebrates "World Hiring Day" -- a 100% video-based initiative in partnership with more than 200 companies taking place on September 14, 2016. World Hiring Day gives job seekers a modern, empowering way to showcase their true ability to work and introduce themselves to companies such as Netflix, Dr Pepper Snapple, Hilton Grand Vacations, HSN, Jet.com, Chipotle, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Carnival Cruise Line, Equinix, Sabre, IBM and many others via www.worldhiringday.org.

Interested candidates from around the world can interview for a specific job with participating companies, or simply introduce themselves to their dream company--all through digital video and all from their mobile device via the free HireVue app available for Android and iOS. Recruiters and hiring managers will watch, rate and share the video introductions instead of sifting through resumes to get a true sense of the candidates.

For more information and to participate in World Hiring Day, visit www.worldhiringday.org.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Become a HERO: Hawthorne Effect Research Outcome Professional

Interested in clinical research or working part-time? Want to supplement your current income?

Here is a unique opportunity to be a "Hawthorne Effect Research Outcome Professional" or "HERO."

Here's some more information about Hawthorne Effect, a technology-enabled network of clinical experts who use a patient-centered approach to radically transform patient follow-up:

Founded in 2014, their focus is to deliver comprehensive and timely data for clinical trials, while focusing on the experience for the patient. They call this network their “HEROs” and they support them with a novel platform for scheduling, onboarding, training, tracking and rewarding their accomplishments.

HEROs work across all medical specialties to enable more timely and complete patient follow-up and improve the clinical trial experience for all stakeholders. Customers are clinical trial sites, sponsors (pharmaceutical and medical device companies) and CROs.

HEROs are matched by visit with patients participating in clinical trials based upon their professional credentials and Hawthorne Effect training certifications, schedule preferences (e.g. evenings, weekends, day off) and the specifications prescribed in clinical trial protocols.

HEROs do not need any prior clinical research experience. They are trained by Hawthorne Effect to provide a unique visit experience and equipped with a modern doctor bag to gather and transmit complete and timely data at each visit.

Using these skilled and compassionate employees, they move patient follow up visits out of the clinic and into a patient-preferred environment (home, local facility, office, etc.) significantly increasing patient satisfaction and compliance by making it easier for patients to participate in trials. This increased patient engagement significantly reduces patient attrition and the amount of missing data that render assessments of safety and efficacy challenging. By enabling patient follow up anytime, anywhere, they also help clinical trial sponsors and trials sites increase access to and diversity within clinical trials.

About HEROs:
Hawthorne Effect Research Outcome (HERO) professionals are licensed MDs, PAs, NPs, RNs, and MedTech professionals throughout the US and Europe.

More importantly, our HEROs believe in hope and seek to offer their patients better lives and health. They embody all that is good and revered in the practice of medicine.

• HEROs understand the importance of human connection and are inspired to make interactions more meaningful for both their patients and themselves.
• HEROs embrace innovation and the use of technology to improve the future of healthcare.
• HEROs challenge convention and embrace creativity.
• HEROs act with integrity and a fierce commitment to the rights of patients.

Employment & Compensation:
HEROs are part time employees of Hawthorne Effect who are paid weekly for the visits they complete. Opportunities will be offered to HEROs based upon their qualifications and visit demand in their geography.

Unlike telemedicine, visits are not “on demand” but rather scheduled well in advance based upon clinical trial protocols. They frequently take place in a patient’s home but may also take place in the patient’s local physician’s office.

Visit needs are determined by the clinical trials and sites that Hawthorne Effect is supporting. Needs vary over time and across geographies and clinical specialties and are offered to the network as they arise.

Compensation per visit, which includes travel expense, varies by clinical trial but is based on a premium over market rates per credential or specialty.

Become a HERO:
If you are interested in part time opportunities to grow your income, experience and career satisfaction; believe you embody the traits presented above; and are passionate about improving opportunities for patients and the quality and impact of medical research, apply to become a HERO here: http://hawthorne-effect.com/hero


Thursday, August 4, 2016

Physician Rotational Program at Humana

Interested in a career in insurance medicine?

The Physician Rotational Program at Humana is a groundbreaking opportunity unlike any other. It’s a two-year program that’s part of the chief medical officer’s office. You’ll receive high-level company exposure throughout your first year, followed by deep operational responsibilities in various lines of business the second year. You will be immersed in market-based, core experiences where you’ll have the opportunity to develop innovative solutions to problems you really care about.

The Physician Rotational Program is a two-year commitment. It’s designed to give you a comprehensive and detailed understanding of our company. During the first year, you’ll spend your time immersed in key teams throughout Humana, which will give you a high-level overview of our organization. The second year focuses on the details at the core of our business, with time set aside for you to explore the specific area you find most interesting.
  • Mentoring by top company executives with open-door access companywide, up to and including the CEO
  • Development of capabilities in key business areas including strategy, governance, population health improvement, consumer-centered design, financial structures, value-based care, data and analytics, government relations and others
  • Clinical-level pay with a flexible work style
  • The chance to work on projects with both clinical and non-clinical focus
  • The opportunity to continue your clinical practice, if desired
  • The chance to be part of a peer network of physician leaders
Learn more about the Physician Rotational Program at Humana.

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

GME and CLER

Ready for some alphabet soup of acronyms on graduate medical education?

The AHA (American Hospital Association) PLF (Physician Leadership Forum) recently held a webinar about the ACGME (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education) CLER (Clinical Learning Environment Review) program for GME (Graduate Medical Education). ACGME established CLER as part of its NAS (Next Accreditation System).

The Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) Program was established in line with this mission to provide formative feedback in six areas of focus: patient safety; health care quality (including health care disparities); care transitions, supervision; fatigue management, mitigation and duty hours, and professionalism. The collective observations from the first set of CLER site visits portray a community of teaching hospitals, medical centers, and ambulatory care sites that has great capacity to shape the quality of the emerging physician workforce and drive improvement in patient care.

The AHA Physician Leadership Forum recently held a webinar about the 6 CLER focus areas. You can access those slides and recording here. GME programs are pursuing the CLER Pathways to Excellence, so find opportunities to get involved!

The webinar presenters were:

Kevin B. Weiss, MD, MPH
Senior Vice President for Institutional Accreditation
ACGME

John R. Combes, MD
Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President
American Hospital Association


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