Director of Advocacy - NH Medical Society
Founded in 1791, the New Hampshire Medical Society is dedicated and committed to the betterment of public health and physician leadership in the Granite State. As a registered lobbyist, the Director of Advocacy is responsible for managing the Medical Society’s legislative and regulatory advocacy efforts, reporting directly to the Executive Vice President. Competitive salary and benefits. If interested, please send resume and cover letter, including salary expectations to Mary.Pyne@nhms.org before August 15th.
Pediatric Job Opportunity - Southern New Hampshire
Fantastic work – life balance
3 day work week
125k salary base + RVU’S
Full benefits from day 1!
Matching 401K retirement
Easy drive to Boston
State of the Art gym, pool, steam & sauna…….and more!
Interested candidates should contact Victoria Fournier: Victoria.Fournier@comphealth.com or 954.837.2611.
Medical Director - Well Sense Health Plan
Boston Medical Center HealthNet Plan and Well Sense Health Plan (our business name outside of Massachusetts) are non-profit managed care organizations serving members across MA and NH. We provide subsidized health insurance coverage to low-to-moderate income individuals, in addition to affordable commercial insurance coverage.
The Medical Director will support Well Sense Health Plan in New Hampshire (NH) in all aspects of the clinical program development and execution. S/he will serve as the primary clinical contact for Well Sense, providing day-to-day coordination of the Well Sense staff of the Office of Clinical Affairs (OCA) in all areas of medical management including utilization review, care and population management, concurrent review, credentialing, quality, appeals and grievances, pharmacy management and network management. Represents the Office of Clinical Affairs in developing and maintaining relationships with governmental organizations, regulatory groups, healthcare providers, and other external stakeholders. Maintains dual reporting relationships with the Well Sense Executive Director (ED) and Chief Medical Officer (CMO).
Interested candidates should apply online via the link above.
Director, Medical Affairs - Tufts Health Plan
The Director of Medical Affairs will be a physician responsible for the management and oversight of the medical affairs department including management of the physician processes in support of utilization management and transactional functions for all Tufts Health Plan products. These functions include performance of prospective, concurrent and retrospective utilization review, and non-UM transactional work including but not limited to DRG, bridging and retrospective provider claims dispute reviews. The Director for Medical Affairs will work closely with staff from Precertification/Intake/Medical Management, Care Management, Claims Operations and the Appeals and Grievance departments on these review activities. The director is responsible for the day-to-day transactional operations of the MAD. He/she is responsible for the monitoring and oversight of the UM functions performed within the MAD and the delivery and review of defined metrics to validate business unit/program effectiveness and ensure appropriate resources are assigned to meet divisional needs. He/she is charged with ensuring compliance with requirements for all regulatory and accreditation authorities related to the department’s work and is responsible for ensuring the MAD departmental processes are applied and followed by his/her direct reports and other physicians who perform UM and transactional work. The director works collaboratively with Health Care Services/Clinical Services and other appropriate Tufts HP departments across product lines to identify and address opportunities to improve service, reduce administrative cost and support department and organizational business goals. The director is also accountable for direct supervision, evaluation, management and ongoing development of reporting staff.
Interested candidates should send a resume to: email@example.com
Board Certified/Board Eligible Family Practice MD or DO - Seacoast area, NH
Goodwin Community Health, located in the Seacoast area of New Hampshire is searching for a Full-time (40 hours per week) Board Certified/Board Eligible Family Practice MD or DO to join their dynamic team of providers. There is no OB, unless strongly desired. There is minimal call with a maximum panel size of 1,400. Come enjoy the Seacoast, bordered by Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, the Atlantic Ocean and the Canadian province of Quebec.
Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, salary requirement and CV to:
Sherry Trask, Director of Human Resources, Goodwin Community Health 311, Route 108 Somersworth, NH 03878 or Fax: 603-953-0066 or email: Strask@GoodwinCH.org
Family Medicine Physician - Concord, NH
Seeking a BE/BC family medicine physician to join established family physician practice in a collegial practice setting with well-trained physicians and advanced providers. With the support of an award winning hospital in the community of Concord, New Hampshire, which is ranked #1 in the nation for the “Most Livable States”.
The opportunity offers a Hospitalist Program for admissions and inpatient care and the ability to practice obstetrics, if desired, with coverage provided by family physicians. At Concord Hospital Medical Group our commitment to the highest quality of care is evident in our recognition by Bridges for Excellence (BTE) for excellence in diabetes care and by NCQA as a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH).
If interested please send your CV and cover letter to:
PHYSICIAN - Manchester, NH
Farnum Center, specializing in the treatment of chemical dependency, is located in a state-of-the art facility in Manchester. Services include:
-Residential treatment with an expanded capacity of 40 beds
-A medical detoxification program with a capacity of 20 beds
-A transitional living program
-Outpatient programs for continued clinical support
-A Suboxone Clinic treating those with addiction to painkillers and other opiates
The person in this position will be responsible for providing medical services to clients in our chemical dependency program. Responsibilities will include providing medical care to the assigned patients, arranging for the provision of medical services, participating in the interdisciplinary care planning team in the development and review of the patient’s care plan, recording the admission history, physical examination, orders and plan of care and maintaining ongoing, cooperative communication with other service providers.
We can consider candidates interested in a full-time or part-time position. The work schedule is flexible and does include weekday on-call responsibilities. This is a great opportunity for someone who is interested in working some additional hours and/or gaining experience in the substance abuse field.
This position requires a degree from an accredited medical school, board certification or eligibility by the AMA, a current NH physician license and an interest in the substance abuse field. The selected candidate must be willing to obtain a license to prescribe Suboxone.
Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Easter Seals NH, Inc., Attn.: Susan Courchesne, 555 Auburn Street, Manchester, NH 03103.
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