Top Medical Director Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Medical Director. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Medical Director resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.3% of Medical Director resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Medical Director actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Medical Director resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Direct outpatient care, development of clinical protocols, patient education, coordination and management of supporting medical and administrative staff.
  • Ensured delivery of optimal patient care by collaborating with interdisciplinary team to plan and evaluate clinical services.
  • Supervised licensed vocational nurses, non-licensed nursing personnel and other registered nurses in providing quality patient care.
  • Communicate regularly with family and members of ancillary staff in a multidisciplinary team approach to patient care.
  • Recruited and retained quality physicians and worked closely with retiring physicians allowing for patient care during transition.
  • Advised hospital management regarding the status of patient care, budgetary projections, quality improvement processes.
  • Implemented patient care requirements with full accountability for patients under flight surgeons' supervision.
  • Direct patient care and medical resident instruction at prestigious local university hospital.
  • Developed and implemented operational guidelines and protocols for overall patient care.
  • Developed and implemented staff development program that improved quality patient care.
  • Coordinated inpatient and outpatient care of patients referred for valvular disease.
  • Established and performed within productivity standards for patient care delivery.
  • Provide concierge-based, comprehensive patient care to membership.
  • Provided resources relative to patient care management.
  • Direct patient care with administrative duties
  • Introduced new patient care services and ongoing support, leading to increase in census from 230 to 500+ in 1 year.
  • Assign staff to meet patient care needs, address productivity standards, while adjusting for census, skill mix and acuity.
  • Re-engineered quality variables used of physician incentive payment system leading to improve outcomes of quality metrics for patient care and service.
  • Served in direct patient care as well as administrative duties incumbent on the Medical Director of a relatively new unit.
  • Project leader/coordinator for Patient Care Services moving forward with an enterprise view in the replacement of the hospital computer system.

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2. Internal Medicine

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Here's how Internal Medicine is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Partnered with area specialists to provide case reviews, including monthly internal medicine assessments.
  • Worked as primary care provider providing outpatient services to patients seeking internal medicine, pediatric, obstetrics and gynecology care.
  • Provided Internal Medicine care with a focus on Hypertension, Chronic Renal Diseases and Medical Reconciliation
  • Trained Lady Health visitors' basic Internal medicine, Obstetrics/Gynecology and Surgery.
  • Supervised and coordinated in-patient services in the department of Internal Medicine.
  • Worked in internal medicine department.

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3. Clinical Trials

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Here's how Clinical Trials is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Recruited Investigators, conducted Investigator meetings, monitored the clinical trials and prepared written reports for internal and external communication.
  • Work with other related agencies and organizations to provide clinical trials, education and personalized cancer specialty care.
  • Devised drug development plans, including formulating clinical trials, recruiting investigators, and collaborating with opinion leaders.
  • Established successful inpatient clinical trials program with major pharmaceutical companies that provided significant revenue source for the hospital.
  • Initiate several international and local clinical trials to generate major commercial input.
  • Coordinated with international and national ophthalmologist to participate in clinical trials.
  • Participated in protocol/CDP review of clinical trials for safety related issues.
  • Provided medical oversight of numerous clinical trials.
  • Build a highly professional, skilled clinical research team capable of designing and executing clinical trials on time and on budget.
  • Coordinated Phase IV clinical trials and Investigator Initiated Trials (IST) involving multiple product lines through company mergers.
  • Provide clinical team leadership, oversight and management of assigned clinical trials, including, but not limited to.
  • Directed and supervised Bayer's clinical trials in six countries in Central America and thirteen countries in the Caribbean.
  • Worked as Medical Monitor overseeing clinical trials being developed within the Central Nervous System division of the company.
  • Design and manage Phase I, II, III and IV clinical trials-US and international.
  • Provided business unit medical leadership in development of global clinical trials of CNS compounds.
  • Designed and managed all clinical trials from inception to analysis.
  • Design and led Phase I-III reformulation studies and clinical trials.
  • Contract and manage CRO's to complete clinical trials.
  • Designed phase II - IV clinical trials.
  • Designed and directed all phases [1-4] of Clinical trials in CNS- ID- ONCOLOGY.

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4. Ensure Compliance

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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Served as the Infection Control Monitor to ensure compliance with Joint Commissions Accreditation Health Organization (JCAHO) infection control standards.
  • Developed criteria and policies to facilitate MEC approval and to begin processes to ensure compliance with Joint Commission requirements.
  • Facilitated and created group therapy programs to ensure compliance and adherence to patients care plan while an inpatient.
  • Instructed all team members of DOT care, quality measures and established regulations to ensure compliance.
  • Developed new processes and procedures for all clinic functions to ensure compliance and streamline efficiency.
  • Identify, gather, and analyze data to ensure compliance with American Correctional Association standards.
  • Chart Reviews of Core Measure charts to ensure compliance.
  • Reviewed the medical documentations to ensure compliance with the regulatory agencies and insurance company requirements.
  • Review licensure and regulatory requirements surrounding peer review scheduling to ensure compliance with state regulations.

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5. Medical Oversight

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Here's how Medical Oversight is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Provided medical oversight to medical providers in a community clinic that provided care to adults and children with developmental disabilities.
  • Provided medical oversight regarding protocol exemptions, protocol violations, protocol eligibility issues, accepted medications, etc.
  • Provided medical oversight of a clinical laboratory performing IGRA testing for the diagnosis of latent tuberculosis.
  • Provided medical oversight and management for a 600 person mustard agent/chemical stockpile disposal program.
  • Provide scientific/medical oversight and project/therapeutic training to project teams.
  • Provided medical oversight of pathology and laboratory services.
  • Provided safety management and medical oversight of global pharmacovigilance activities utilizing the expertise in multiple therapeutic areas.
  • Provide medical oversight for procedures, injections, and weight loss counseling for medical spa, employing aestheticians and nurses.

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6. Health System

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Here's how Health System is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Developed external relations and affiliations with local medical practices and health systems, serving as a public spokesperson for the practices
  • Communicate with all areas of the organization to ensure success of both the Radiology department and health system.
  • Participated in obtaining Nurses Improving Care for Health System Elders (NICHE) designation for the hospital.
  • Provide a bridge between health systems, providers, and payers to align population health improvement goals.
  • Provided education on mental health concerns and the Maryland Public Mental Health System to the public.
  • Recognized for growing the clinic's patient base throughout tenure with Tanner Health System.
  • Test site for pilot programs for HME division of Banner Health System.
  • Review of sampling procedures in the health system.
  • Founder of new Hospitalist Program for new acquisition Critical Access Hospital within Franciscan Health System.
  • Represent Genesee Health System in special conferences and grievance procedures with unions.

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7. Primary Care Services

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Here's how Primary Care Services is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Redesigned primary care services after winning a NYS-Heal Grant.
  • Provision of primary care services to HIV and TB patients
  • Established primary care services at all PPMT clinics.
  • Performed coding and abstracting for Mental Health and Psychiatry and Primary Care services.
  • Provision of primary care services.

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8. Medical Care

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Here's how Medical Care is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Performed general medical care to adult female inmates with multiple complicated medical problems at a medium security facility.
  • Provided comprehensive medical care associated with the main duties of a General Medical Practitioner.
  • Provided quality, consistent medical care for international students under EMT certification.
  • Involved with all aspects of utilization management and medical care regulatory practices.
  • Provided medical care to patient enrolled in facility.
  • Designed preventive guidelines and legally defensible medical care.
  • Monitored quality and appropriateness of medical care.
  • Provided acute medical care to over 7000 active duty soldiers and civilians 24-hour urgent care clinic in an austere environment.
  • Directed administration of medication, coordinated medical care, and wrote policies for the medical care of the youth.
  • Facilitated the medical care of the patients in the outpatient setting, in addition to developing plan of care.
  • Assisted the hospital medical director with the overseeing of the medical care of all hospice patients in the company.
  • Managed delivery of medical care to 150 pilots, their families and all support crew upon deployment.
  • Provided medical care to injured/traumatized military staff while flying them home side for further treatment and evaluation.
  • Provide regular staff education regarding medical care, substance abuse treatment, and other topics as appropriate.
  • Facilitated the development of a team approach of the medical care between the therapist and the physician.
  • Manage, coordinate, and supervise all aspects of medical care delivered by the Team.
  • Followed up with injured workers for updates on medical care and return to work goals
  • Review and coordination of medical care provided for terminally ill patients enrolled in hospice.
  • Implemented a Quality Assurance and Peer Review system for the appraisal of medical care.
  • Supervised the medical care delivered by the hospice team to terminally ill patients.

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9. Medical Staff

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Here's how Medical Staff is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Work proactively with medical staff, administration and management to seek and develop streamlined procedures with expectations of increased customer satisfaction.
  • Associate Medical Director Lawrence General Hospital Lawrence, MA Managed Emergency Physicians and participated in multiple hospital and medical staff committees.
  • Maintained communication between governing boards, medical staff, and department heads by attending board meetings and coordinating interdepartmental functioning.
  • Communicate credentialing and medical staff issues to medical staff leadership, administration and legal counsel and coordinate processes for resolution.
  • Execute direct oversight of medical staff and development of clinical pathways employing evidence-based medicine to improve treatment outcomes.
  • Worked with coordinating information with project medical staff, to understand equipment and medications.
  • Contracted medical staff, attended patients, oversaw billing at mid sized medical facility
  • Promoted trusting positive relationships between veterans, family members and medical staff.
  • Set medical staff objectives, establishing intervention plan and minimizing surgeries required.
  • Supervised medical staff, and collected clinical data for patient evaluation.
  • Collaborated with medical staff to develop first nursing-physician unit based committee.
  • Managed all local LifeNet medical staff and coordinated ex-pat medical volunteers.
  • Review physician credentials for application and approval to medical staff.
  • Oversee medical staff credentialing and privileging.
  • Assist with recruitment and event planning for medical staff event, including but not limited to special events and Health fares.
  • Served on the Executive Team for 4 years partnering to direct the objectives of Provider Relations and Medical Staff Departments.
  • Direct all activities of a 300 member medical staff; organize all meetings, continuing medical education, special events.
  • Served as a liaison between the President of Medical Staff, Medical Staff Executive Committee, and medical staff leadership.
  • Participated in plans to reorganize medical staff and medical executive committee to prepare for new models of health care delivery.
  • Listed, interviewed, evaluated and hired medical staff and monitored if key performance indicators are met.

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10. Utilization Review

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Here's how Utilization Review is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Developed utilization review, risk-sharing, and referral management for hospital-medical staff joint venture covering 40,000 lives in commercial/Medicare products.
  • Provided telephonic utilization review for appropriateness of treatment & case management of members for continuum of care.
  • Conducted periodic physician audits to implement utilization review and quality assurance programs.
  • Developed medical policy, on site nurse protocols and utilization review process.
  • Developed and refined criteria for medical necessity for utilization review purposes.
  • Participated in annual review of utilization review criteria and strategic planning.
  • Participate in various institutional functions, including Utilization Review.
  • Conduct utilization review of all hospitalizations and outpatient services.
  • Supervised case management, coding, utilization review.
  • Monitored quality assurance and utilization review processes.
  • Performed evidenced based utilization review for cardiac and radiology procedures enabling better outcomes for patients, providers, and health plans.
  • Researched and compiled daily reports and patient statistical data for, director of nursing and utilization review (UR) coordinator.
  • Revised and re-established the hospital's utilization review plan and UR committee ensuring compliance with CMS conditions of participation.
  • Perform utilization review of open and closed documentation of EHR and EMAR to report a monthly Performance Improvement Meetings.
  • Provide utilization review service for all lines of business in collaboration with other BCBST Medical Directors.
  • Managed utilization review and patient throughput for over 100 hospitals throughout the United States.
  • Provided Medical Direction to utilization review staff, both professional and lay persons.
  • Performed Utilization Review for appropriates of hospitalization, precertification, collaboration with physician for placement in the next level of care.
  • Served in leadership hospital positions as chair of internal medicine and utilization review and as Physician Advisor for HCA.
  • Developed many utilization review policies, and workers comp policies, that are still in use today.

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11. Process Improvement

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Here's how Process Improvement is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Reviewed and approved process improvement plans submitted by providers who failed to meet record keeping standards at re-credentialing.
  • Created efficiency report to identify potential issues and implement process improvements, leading to significant operational improvements.
  • Lead in integrating Innovative technology, promoting best practices, process improvement initiatives.
  • Focused on process improvement activities to improve overall hospital operations and clinical outcomes.
  • Determined and implemented process improvements to enhance Medical Policy Clinical Operations.
  • Chair Performance Improvement Committee with responsibilities for risk management, process improvement, and quality of care.
  • Collaborate with the physician regarding the hospital's process improvement regarding History and Physical and Pathway compliance.
  • Identified lost charge practices and put process improvements in place to ensure the issues were corrected.
  • Developed the hospital process improvement on Restraint, Medical Pathways, and Mortality report.
  • Shared best practices and process improvements resulting in substantial gains in quality metrics.
  • Achieved Six Sigma Black Belt Certification as a process improvement expert.
  • Lean process improvement for central staffing office.
  • Developed process improvement programs to facilitate workflow to effectively support and increased the time nurses could spend having patient interaction.
  • Identified process improvements in the day-to-day functioning of department.and implemented improved patient workflow processes, patient triage protocols.
  • Collect and analyze data, identify and monitor trends, and generate monthly reports for process improvement.

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12. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Reviewed and screened candidates medical records for clinical appropriateness, and identified the need for further medical inquiry.
  • Developed and implemented 3-tier training program to strengthen employee skills in reviewing medical records and communicating with physicians.
  • Transitioned to Electronic Medical records converting four decades of paper charts to an entirely paperless system.
  • Prepared reports by gathering requirements, analyzing, and summarizing data related to client medical records.
  • Maintained accurate medical records for campers and informed parents of any medical situations that occurred.
  • Developed and instituted a new electronic medical records and surveillance system for all US operations.
  • Developed Electronic Medical Records department and managed the transition from paper records digital.
  • Developed and implemented custom Electronic Medical Records interfaced with voice recognition software.
  • Developed and then implemented new Electronic Medical Records.
  • Maintained confidential staff and student medical records.
  • Revamped medical records system and billing procedures.
  • Maintained and Collected camper medical records.
  • Streamlined Medical Review process and Medical Records Management saving the company and our clients over $500,000 per year.
  • Reviewed cases and medical records with doctors and staff, as well as conducting doctors meetings.
  • Obtain relevant information and history from clients, and maintain proper and complete medical records.
  • Recommend copy of patient's medical records for more in-depth review prior to claim processing.
  • Review all patient medical records and laboratory results to integrate into the patients' treatment.
  • Used electronic medical records (EMR) programs to document patients' medical histories.
  • Worked directly with each hospital's medical records department, staff liaison and administration.
  • Performed hundreds of medical records auditing for compliant coding and medical necessity of care.

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13. Medical Group

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Here's how Medical Group is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Negotiated compensation and contractual terms with Physician Hospital Organizations, medical groups and hospitals.
  • Established a Skin Health senior medical group to ensure consistent communication among all medical groups.
  • Work with medical group and hospital leadership on systems of care and medical management issues.
  • Spearheaded discussions and JOC meetings with third party payers and affiliated IPA medical groups.
  • Led the conversion of physician employees to a physician owned medical group.
  • Directed execution of $89M in ordering for medical group.
  • Provide orientation to newly contracted groups that includes claims requirements, utilization management timeframes and process, and medical group procedures.
  • Provided guidance and expertise for consolidation of multiple electronic medical record systems during acquisitions of additional medical groups at Scripps.
  • Mentored and provided leadership which contributed to superior performance by Talbert Medical Group.
  • Designed and implemented disease and quality management clinical programs and prevention measures for medical groups, institutions, and PHOs.
  • Advantage Care Physician (ACP)/Queens Long Island Medical Group (QLIMG) Babylon, New York
  • Directed physician practice enterprise for the largest, multi-specialty medical group in south Santa Cruz county.

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14. Surgery

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Here's how Surgery is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Coordinate with Regional Medical Device Sales Managers to assist in procuring and establishing contracts for cardiac surgery devices.
  • Trained Urologists, Surgeons and Gynecologists/general Surgeons in surgical procedures using laser techniques associated with Endoscopic Surgery.
  • Set up intravenous lines for patients requiring surgery and administered medications.
  • Performed minimal invasive surgery; in patient/ in office/ outpatient.
  • Helped implement policies and procedures for outpatient surgery center.
  • Performed surgery in stressed environment and produced quality result.
  • Worked as a Lecturer of General Surgery & Medical Director of City Dental College & Hospital from June/2001 to February/2009.
  • Started up the new surgery suite for in-house spays/neuters and other necessary procedures of cats, dogs, and rabbits.
  • Worked alongside the hospital discharge planner in cases of fractures, spine surgery plus multiple medical conditions.
  • Practiced small animal and exotic medicine and surgery in 2-4 doctor, 6-7 day/week hospital.
  • Oversee 33 operating rooms, post anesthesia recovery, outpatient surgery and central sterile processing.
  • Directed Clinical Care and Surgery within the clinic and in the local hospitals.
  • Assist with surgery scheduling and MRI authorizations.
  • Performed Small Animal Medicine and Surgery.
  • Designed and implemented a multi-million dollar specialty practice specializing in Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Female Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery.
  • Established Satellite Clinics, Educational Programs and Subspecialty- networks on Oculo-Plastics, Neuro-Ophthalmology and Vitreo-Retinal Surgery.
  • Coordinated preclinical safety and efficacy studies of medical devices for arthroscopic and ophthalmic surgery.
  • Hold certificates of excellence in the performance of Tumescent Liposculpting surgery.
  • Field-based Medical Director in the PROCRIT Anemia Franchise working in the Renal, Critical Care/Surgery and Virology therapeutic areas.
  • Implemented numerous education programs, e.g., plastic surgery, Ortho, geriatric care, post-surgery complications.

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15. Clinical Staff

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Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Developed educational materials to assist clinical staff in applying criteria.
  • Hired and supervised educational, and clinical staff
  • Supervised clinical staff and diagnosed patients.
  • Restructure & tracking of Professional Services Productivity/Fees & Clinical Staffing Models, and tracking of Patient consultation statuses for two physicians.
  • Led the therapeutic team and implemented activities related to the training and development of operational and clinical staff.
  • Act as consultant in selected medical cases and advises clinical staff on a variety of clinical problems.
  • Provided direct service, as well as provided medical leadership to the clinical staff.
  • Attended regional CE meetings and recommended attendance by staff veterinarians and key clinical staff.
  • Inform clinical staff of findings and changes that need to be made.
  • Track and approve contracts and non-billable expenses for clinical staff as appropriate.
  • Developed programs, hired and supervised all clinical staff.
  • Recruited new medical, administrative and clinical staff.
  • Participate in the hiring of clinical staff.
  • Complete all clinical staff annual employee evaluation.
  • Manage and educate clinical staff.
  • Consolidated clinical departments with resultant efficiencies and cost savings through elimination of jobs and cross-training of clinical staff.
  • Diagnosed and treated patients, performed minor surgeries Supervised clinical staff
  • Managed multiple CROs and outside consultants, internal clinical staff, and cross-company clinical development team
  • Provided direct patient care in an urgent care setting Managed attending physicians and clinical staff Developed marketing strategies for office
  • Direct supervisor of 11 physicians "Area Medical Directors" serving a clinical staff of over 400 medical providers.

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16. Medicaid

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Here's how Medicaid is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Restructured documentation and compliance management functions, ensuring adherence to strict state and federal regulations related to addiction medicine and Medicaid.
  • Subject Matter Expert for Medicaid Strategic Planning, future utilization and cost projections, Quality initiatives and resource allocations.
  • Maintained knowledge related to Joint Commission/ Centers Medicare and Medicaid regulations to ensure staff education and awareness.
  • Oversee all coding and billing responsibilities per Medicare and Medicaid regulations and guidelines.
  • Provided medical and clinical oversight to the Medicare and Medicaid business segments.
  • Contract position performing physician peer review for MD Medicaid contract
  • Engage in peer-to-peer teleconferences and hearings concerning Medicaid services.
  • Managed Medicaid and Medicaid-Medicare; member population > 350K
  • Work extensively with Medicaid services for the general population in determination of payment for inpatient, outpatient, and emergency services.
  • Screen low income people to see if they qualify for County Indigent, Medicare, Medicaid, and SSI are disability.
  • Developed and implemented Medicaid program polices in accordance with the State Plan and Code of Federal Regulation (CFR).
  • Designed case management software used to cover over 22 million lives nationwide in Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial products.
  • Created provider network in Manhattan and Bronx to deliver 24 hour home care to 600 disabled patients under Medicaid demonstration.
  • Required a strong working relationship with the State Medicaid program to facilitate the appropriate equipment for the patient.
  • Oversee all Behavioral Health functions for commercial, Medicare, and Medicaid products insuring approximately 750,000 covered lives.
  • Gained hands-on exposure to Medicare Advantage, Commercial HMO, and Medicaid lines of business.
  • Performed billing for BlueCross BlueShield, North Carolina Medicaid, and North Carolina Health Choice.
  • Served as primary interface with insurance companies, Medicare and Medicaid.
  • Managed Care (State Medicaid) health plan for 330,000+ members.
  • Completed medical reviews of Medicaid records for state of Massachusetts.

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17. Oncology

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Here's how Oncology is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Developed advanced cancer treatment, which positioned both UroPartners and Radiation Oncology Associates as premier US organizations with this core capability.
  • Provide overall strategic direction, operational management and ongoing development of Transplant, Gynecology/Oncology, Renal and Medical/Surgical units.
  • Establish to maintain quality assurance procedures and calibration programs in Radiation Therapy and in Radiation Oncology services.
  • Developed and implemented EHR based oncology related risk assessments, documentation and interventions.
  • Provide competitive intelligence to the oncology and urology teams.
  • Improved clinic flow of MSK Oncology team by managing surveillance of patients with stable sarcomas, metastatic disease and benign lesions.
  • Directed execution of all clinical activities for 671 patient US Phase 3 trial of INTERCEPT Platelets in oncology population.
  • Served as a safety representative on the multidisciplinary Brand/Product Business teams; most active was the Oncology matrix team.
  • Practiced Oncology/Hematology Treated an average of 35 patients/day Directed 3 nurses, 3 technicians and administrative staff of 5
  • Involved in the development and directing of new Oncology Infusion Center and Total Joint Replacement Center of Excellence.
  • Generated more than $5 million per year in gross revenue for the practice's Oncology Division.
  • Assist CEO of Medical Physics in administration, supervision and management of Radiation Oncology physic programs at ROCSEPA
  • Expanded the academic relationship with the newly founded Radiation Oncology department, Texas A&M.
  • Network Affiliate relationships & Seattle Cancer Care Alliance information management with internal & external oncology groups.
  • Developed Surgical Unit as well as Medical Oncology unit in order to deliver IV drugs.
  • Implemented process for all oncology nurses to have ONS certification within 6 months of employment.
  • Key Results: * Created and Led World's First Oncology Dedicated Emergency Room.
  • Served as Senior Medical Director in US Medical Affairs, Oncology.
  • Developed a strong cohesive team for the 40 bed Medical/Oncology Unit.
  • Lead strategic planning, marketing and oncology service line development.

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18. Urgent Care

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Here's how Urgent Care is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Evaluate and treat patients with occupational injuries and conditions, as well as acute medical conditions in an urgent care environment.
  • Center facility includes Occupational Medicine, Physical Therapy, Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Orthopedic, Pain Management and Urgent Care.
  • Start up facility became a growing success from the start in the field of Urgent Care and Occupational Medicine.
  • Design, staffing models, billing models, business development, operational aspect of two urgent care centers.
  • Led a team that designed a training program for urgent care response to Ebola that was nationally reported.
  • Provide urgent care and dermatology services for private and managed care patients from pediatric to senior ages.
  • 47933Supervised day to day clinical and administrative work in a busy walk in clinic, urgent care
  • Managed two Urgent cares facilities, overseeing Provider Health Plan Credentialing, Billing and Collection procedures.
  • Treat worker's compensation and urgent care patients; supervise staff; interface with corporate management;
  • Provided urgent care for minor injuries and evaluated and treated patients with minor medical problems.
  • Provided and coordinated executive health care for downtown clients as well as urgent care.
  • Developed plan to start 4 new urgent care clinics in 18 months.
  • Evaluate and treat urgent care patients as part of the physician faculty.
  • Provided outpatient care and urgent care services to patients of all ages.
  • Maintained clinical proficiency and skills in a high volume urgent care setting.
  • Delivered quality full scope urgent care medicine in an acute care setting.
  • General practice, pain management, urgent care, personal/auto injury
  • Provide urgent care medical treatment for children and adults.
  • Lead physician for urgent care clinic.
  • General Occupational Medicine Clinic and Urgent Care practice with emphasis on musculo-skeletal disorders.

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19. FDA

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Here's how FDA is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Developed documents for, and participated actively in, client review committee meetings/completed post-meeting document reconciliation for ultimate FDA review.
  • Prepared risk management plans; interfaced with FDA and international regulatory bodies.
  • Analyzed and interpreted information in preparation for FDA Advisory Committee meetings.
  • Conducted End of Phase II meeting with the FDA and The Scientific Review with the CHMP for the second line indication.
  • Interacted with the FDA, acted in and made presentation in FDA meetings, participated in FDA advisory committee meetings.
  • Provided input for protocol development and reviewed clinical trial reports to assure adherence to FDA and ICH rules and regulations.
  • Worked closely with the FDA to determine study design, including efficacy parameters, patient population and safety monitoring.
  • Established medical surveillance guidelines for use in the BSL labs at the FDA campus at White Oak, MD.
  • Established reputation in industry as a high performing and consistently productive site with favorable sponsor and FDA audits.
  • Researched and presented material for FDA regarding use and toxicity of bone cement materials.
  • Respond to FDA inquires regarding IDE deficiencies; compile/prepare IDE annual progress reports.
  • Assisted in submission of PMA and 510K FDA applications and NDA filings.
  • Attended and presented at FDA meetings and followed changes in FDA requirements.
  • Maintained regular contact with both clients and FDA representatives.
  • Interacted with Regulatory Authorities including FDA and EMEA.
  • Maintained current knowledge of EBAA and FDA regulations.
  • Provided Serious Adverse Events management and prepared patient narratives for FDA required Investigational New Drug Safety Reports.
  • Responded to FDA request for additional information leading to an anticipated approval of new procalcitonin indications.
  • Introduced botulinum toxin and non-animal derived dermal fillers immediately following FDA approval.
  • Hosted thorough pharmacovigilance inspections by FDA, writing company s response to Form FDA 483, and implemented corrective measures.

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20. Diabetes

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Here's how Diabetes is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Led a department of medical experts responsible for providing strategic medical guidance and services for Diabetes Management Solutions.
  • Ensured potentially differing opinions or perspectives were heard which improved groups' understanding of diabetes management.
  • Led the development of a comprehensive market, technology, and intellectual property assessment of the Diabetes chronic disease space.
  • Specialized in acute orthopedic injuries, HTN, diabetes, asthma, lacerations, and a multitude of pediatric illnesses.
  • Designed clinical development plan (with P-3 outcome trials) for Type II diabetes drug.
  • Developed disease management guidelines for chronic illnesses such as diabetes for plan covered patients.
  • Developed and managed networks of key opinion leaders in the field of Diabetes Care.
  • Assisted document preparation for NDA submission of diabetes and acute pain medications.
  • Coordinated ancillary staff to develop diabetes education modules, diabetic wound care procedures, and drug and alcohol treatment programs.
  • Organized and delivered the: Outreach Program for the Community for the education and prevention and control of Diabetes .
  • Founded in Boston in 1898, the Joslin Diabetes Center is the world leader in diabetes care and research.
  • Educated business unit of the value of company's proprietary bolus advisor and its use in patients with diabetes.
  • Cultivated expertise in the treatment of cancer, diabetes, diabetic complications, neuropathy, and pain.
  • Included modules to increase knowledge of Diabetes Mellitus including an emphasis on self-care.
  • Oversee medical direction and review of all agency-supporting promotional materials and activities for Roche/Genentech Taspoglutide Type 2 Diabetes program.
  • Managed various health conditions of patients including obesity, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, hypothyroidism, etc.
  • Conduct ongoing trials of trials of medications including diabetes, osteoarthritis, gastroenterology, hypertension, anemia, and depression treatments.
  • Handled cases that are in relation to chronic systemic diseases such as diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and autoimmune diseases.

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21. Hospice

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Here's how Hospice is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Provided support to hospice team with continuing education and coordinated care with referring physicians.
  • Perform history and physicals on patients to determine eligibility for hospice certification/ re-certification.
  • Supervised and documented hospice aide/homemaker and licensed practical nurse care plans.
  • Determined hospice eligibility and appropriate medications by conducting patient evaluations.
  • Visit and examine patients for hospice qualification.
  • Provided medical directorship for hospice care.
  • Coordinate all levels of care including home health care, hospice, IV infusion, physical therapy and durable medical equipment.
  • Direct Supervision of three physicians, a volunteer coordinator, and a spiritual services coordinator, associated with the Hospice.
  • Provided a solid foundation to this newly set up hospice to the Greater Cincinnati area.
  • Addressed needs of patients/and or supported PMD requiring education or direction with hospice care.
  • Enlisted as the medical director and commissioned to resuscitate a failing hospice company.
  • Work with Hospice management and staff to ensure appropriateness of hospice services.
  • Direct all patient and family services for this national hospice provider.
  • Educate hospice team and coordinate care with referring physicians.
  • Supervised hospice nurses in dealing with end-of-life care.
  • Review IPOC for Hospice patients.
  • Manage episodic illnessess for hospice patients.
  • Provided company DME, home health, and hospice services benefits to potential clients to improve the future of Alacare.
  • Care, oversight and direction of 200 hospice patients in homecare and inpatient unit.
  • Coordinated physician services for the merger of Hospice of the Miami Valley and Vitas.

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22. Business Development

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Here's how Business Development is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Participated also in protocol feasibility assessments, business development activities and public outreach to enhance enrollment.
  • Participate in strategic planning and review of in-licensing opportunities as medical representative on business development committee.
  • Granted medical/clinical insight to due diligence activities in conjunction with company's business development group.
  • Contributed to investment strategy company meetings to provide business development input to securities companies.
  • Provided Medical Affairs assessment to business development teams evaluating in-licensing and acquisitions.
  • Integrated business development activities into overall portfolio of business unit strategy.
  • Supported managing directors and/or other staff with new business development.
  • Key component of business development and marketing efforts.
  • Represented Medical Affairs in Business Development activities.
  • Participate in Business Development evaluations.
  • Performed business development in-license assessments.
  • Engaged in a concise effective program for supporting the business development, marketing and medical communication of companies' products.
  • Represent the Company to the scientific, financial and business development communities, and in meetings with regulatory bodies.
  • Participate in business development teams and provide consultation and support to worldwide marketing for launch of new products.
  • Hire, train & supervise recruiters and business development partners at Idaho & Utah locations.
  • Led for strategic planning, budget creation, and business development implementation.
  • Defined the scope of operation and business development plan.
  • Key member of Business Development Group.
  • Developed formal Corporate Business Development Strategic Relations with the North American Pioneers Drs.
  • Provided support to business development group as required with biotech companies.

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23. Physician Assistants

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Here's how Physician Assistants is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Manage 20+ employees (medical assistants, secretaries, nurses, physician assistants and physicians).
  • Developed and ran a successful private practice with multiple employees and physician assistants.
  • Direct physician assistants and nurses for further patients care and follow ups.
  • Sponsor physician assistants in compliance with state law for correctional facilities.
  • Managed medical team of seven doctors, three physician assistants, two nurses and 10 technicians.

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24. Key Opinion Leaders

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Here's how Key Opinion Leaders is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Developed and maintained relationships with key opinion leaders who were essential to business success.
  • Established and abetted relationships between Pharmacia/Pfizer and hundreds of key opinion leaders.
  • Led the development and execution of medical strategies and operational plans including management of Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs).
  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with key opinion leaders (KOLs) in orthopedics.
  • Fostered relationships with key opinion leaders to build advocacy/awareness and represented organization at national and international meetings.
  • Co-authored with market key opinion leaders in several publications as results of conducting disease therapy evaluations.

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25. Medical Services

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Here's how Medical Services is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Served on the local hospital board Provided medical services for under-insured and indigent patients
  • Provide medical oversight for Emergency Medical Services in the territory.
  • Provided primary/immediate and urgent care medical services.
  • Provided Medical services for under-insured and indigent patients
  • Supervised Medical Services personnel (Monitoring and Liaison Officer Groups) in the pursuit of customer service excellence.
  • Provided medical services to private patients providing complete OB/GYN care with supervision of a CNM.
  • Served on numerous local state and federal committees designed to improve medical services for all.
  • Planned and coordinated nursing and medical services in planned closure of the facility.
  • Provided Integrated Medical Services in the Adult Medicine Clinic.
  • Provide family, women and teen medical services.
  • Developed onsite medical facility to provide emergency medical services to a 7000 acre training facility and several satellite locations worldwide.
  • Coordinated medical services for large multispecialty practice to include family practice, pediatric, internal medicine and obstetric gynecological physicians.
  • Developed and implemented policy and procedures for clinical medical services..
  • Marketed medical services to community partners.
  • Provide Medical Direction and consultation to Township Police, Fire Department, and Emergency Medical Services.
  • Developed a medical record system for the NYSC medical services in Adamawa state.
  • Coordinated medical services and family support provided by the Center.

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26. FTE

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Here's how FTE is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Drafted and implemented various organizational policy instructions, white papers and or position papers leading to specific outcomes or decisions.
  • Established an independent, profitable satellite laboratory after negotiating contracts with four adult care centers and two hospitals.
  • Managed all aspects of full-service medical clinic in rural community, after completing medical education.
  • Supervised 2 FTE data analysts for physician profiling, data reporting/analysis.
  • Relinquished position unable to work after pelvic fracture and lengthy rehab
  • Monitored patients after procedures and instructed them on aftercare.
  • Implemented new dashboard rating after being appointed to serve as the Chairperson for the Higgins General Hospital's Performance Improvement Committee.
  • Oversee all aspects of nursing care on 3 floors of Medical/Surgical patients encompassing 75 beds and 90 FTE.
  • Completed all medical record documentation appropriately after each patient encounter or prior to end of shift.
  • Developed program which gives homeless inpatients a safe place to recuperate after their hospital stay.
  • Managed 70 FTE, coaching, counseling, termination, budget and position control.
  • Pain PIP with reduction after hours calls and higher patient satisfaction.
  • Reported directly to CNO with responsibility for 68 FTE's.
  • Named Employee of the Year after 6 months of employment
  • Staff often came to me as well as patients.
  • Crafted innovative solutions to clients' business questions.
  • Oversee 80 FTE's including 3 Asst.
  • Trained medical personal Started and maintained a network of fifteen computers for database control
  • Interfaced with clients as required prior to, during, and after, initiation of projects in the Rheumatology therapeutic area.
  • Sparked re-review of resurrected compound when Novartis restarted development after it was dropped from Sandoz portfolio in P-2 for safety issues.

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27. Medical Education

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Here's how Medical Education is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Represent the Company at medical conferences to provide medical education and obtain business intelligence.
  • Establish and continually review policies and procedures related to medical education.
  • Designed continuing medical education and promotional programs for pharmaceutical clients.
  • Established and managed a new Medical Education Department.
  • Prepared manuscript for book on medical education.
  • Developed and implemented medical education/skills courses.
  • Reviewed and approved medical education grants.
  • Provide Continuing Medical Education Opportunities.
  • Planned, directed and managed strategy and content for medical education projects.
  • Created scientific and medical education materials for healthcare professionals and patients designed to improve safe use of pharmaceutical products.
  • Provided clinical expertise for continuing medical educational needs of the department.

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28. Peer Review

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Here's how Peer Review is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Process improvement strategies in the initial implementation phase for peer review/performance improvement committee and credentialing committee.
  • Managed strategic development and compliance; developed and executed quarterly provider peer review plan.
  • Led monthly quality improvement/peer review meetings including multidisciplinary team members.
  • Chair the multidisciplinary peer review committee overseeing performance improvement.
  • Chair of the Professional Standards Committee responsible for staff credentialing, peer review, and quality improvement and infection control.
  • Collaborated in development and execution of peer review process and NYPORTS reviews with CMO and team of risk management specialists.
  • Developed evidenced based, peer reviewed processes to support expert care and staff performance, and much more.
  • Provide peer reviews to ensure service provided meet the best practices and guideline requirements.
  • Served on the Peer Review and Clinical Quality Improvement Committees.
  • Perform independent peer reviews on a consulting basis.
  • Participated on peer review committee.
  • Process requests for peer review scheduling between facility attending physicians and Optum Medical Directors.
  • Peer Review Committee peer review of medical-legal cases within montefiore medical center.
  • Reviewed and advised about: Physician credentialing Medical necessity Peer review Physician profiling

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29. Medical Management

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Here's how Medical Management is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Established medical management strategy to ensure same day turnaround times for medical director case reviews.
  • Developed and implemented RFP requirements for the Medical Management Services solicitation.
  • Supervised other physicians in medical management and Quality Improvement initiatives.
  • Established and then directed medical management program for 800,000 beneficiaries.
  • Directed 150 salaried physicians in a medical management corporation.
  • Perform medical management oversight of 30 physician practices.
  • Constructed and organizing performance improvement tools to strengthen medical management of underserved patient populations.
  • Spearheaded local implementation and management of an entirely new model of medical management, which included elimination of pre-certification Early Career

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30. Jcaho

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Here's how Jcaho is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Developed and instituted policy and procedures to meet JCAHO requirements according to committee guidelines and upper level management.
  • Contributed substantially, to successful JCAHO accreditation within the department.
  • Coordinated facility-wide JCAHO re-accreditation survey.
  • Developed and initiated quality assurance/improvement programs in compliance with JCAHO, CLIA 88 and CAP standards for anatomic and clinical pathology.
  • Served as Continuum of Care function owner for the 1996 JCAHO inspection in which the hospital achieved Accreditation with Commendation.
  • Implemented a PI process based on JCAHO standards and a hospital wide education requirement on JCAHO patient safety goals.
  • Directed ongoing quality assurance (QA) program that met or surpassed hospital/JCAHO standards for patient and staff safety.
  • Monitor and conduct inspection of assigned units to ensure proper standards in accordance with policy and JCAHO standards.
  • Put in place administrative policies and procedures for compliance with HIPPA, and JCAHO requirements.
  • Achieved accreditation for two JCAHO surveys by creating written polices and developing an audit team.
  • Redefined Clinical Nursing orientation using 11 functional standards as outlined in JCAHO.
  • Helped prepare for the JCAHO survey.
  • Involved in the JCAHO accreditation process.
  • Reduced RN vacancy rate by 6% Successfully completed JCAHO survey for two nursing floors with no significant recommendations.
  • Led team for successful JCAHO certification and five recertifications for Ambulatory Care.
  • Received "Best Practice" recognition from JCAHO inspectors for medication reconciliation procedures.

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31. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Presented administrative initiatives and operational plans to senior leadership; and derived and implemented solutions to management issues and problems.
  • Provide a consultative resource in strategic drug-development planning; participate in the development and writing of protocols for clinical projects.
  • Researched/analyzed problems, interpreted data and made recommendations for problem resolution and corrective actions for deficiencies identified and negotiated solutions.
  • Manage administrative issues and resource allocations for the medical directors and physician extenders with regard to clinical reviews and determinations.
  • General management level of responsibility to include claims and operations from a strategic, tactical, compliance and operations perspective.
  • Redesigned efficient use of school/programs and active movement rehabilitation center to optimize institutional resources and staff within budgetary constraints.
  • Worked with the facility administration regarding staff management, quality assurance activities and education/training for physicians and nurses.
  • Led efforts to support and continually improve the coordination and delivery of oncology services using evidence based guidelines.
  • Assumed full responsibility in accomplishing all administrative duties and performing psychiatric evaluations, clinical supervision, and medication management
  • Constructed foundation for FPPE/OPPE processes; developed mechanisms to implement proctoring, specialty-specific criteria, no/low activity policies.
  • Provide clinical/operational support to clinical projects by serving as medical monitor and support of drug-safety activities.
  • Develop and oversee comprehensive clinical training programs for service providers to assure high quality consumer services.
  • Provided leadership necessary to promote and ensure clinical development and a positive and effective team environment.
  • Managed the daily activities related to thought-leader development, including grant requests and investigator initiated proposals.
  • Improved patient lab report forms delivered to hospital physicians, adding medical summary and transfusion recommendations.
  • Created comprehensive communications plan to introduce employees and patients to changes happening within the organization.
  • Interviewed leading integrative medicine providers and authors in the field of traditional and integrative medicine.
  • Developed protocols for postoperative pain management with intravenous acetaminophen following total hip or knee replacement.
  • Transitioned five specialties from capitation to fee for service reimbursement methodology while maintaining network integrity.
  • Initiated and maintained relationships with key faculty and stakeholders across the medical school and university.

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32. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Performed telephone/voice mail/messaging for four staff members.
  • Perform administrative duties, including work-site evaluations, relations with employer managerial and medical staff members, marketing, and personnel.
  • Started in solo practice in 1986 and grew to a 6-physician medical group with 30 staff members and two locations.
  • Promoted clear lines of communication between Medical Operations and the other staff members in all area centers of responsibility.
  • Developed and facilitated training and professional development programs to drive the continuous growth and improvement of all staff members.
  • Provided leadership, direction and ongoing dialogue with staff members to actualize organizations mission, vision and values.
  • Provide mentoring in areas of expertise; develop staff members' skill and capabilities; develop group cohesion.
  • Work with attending physicians and staff to ensure best wound care outcomes while informally supervising 10-11 staff members
  • Managed over 200 staff members, including Physicians, Nurses, Health educators and community workers.
  • Managed 15 staff members; Directed epidemiological analysis for a city region of 450,000 residents.
  • Maintained a high quality of patient care and team work among staff members.
  • Managed clinician credentialing for 700 attending and 200 courtesy physician staff members.
  • Interviewed, hired, tired, and trained all new staff members.
  • Mentored nursing staff members for the advancement of shared governance activities.
  • Recruit, interview, and assist in hiring new staff members.
  • Led a team of six staff members including three physicians.
  • Oversee orientation of medical staff members.
  • Managed a team of 1 Medical Director, 2 Physicians, 8 Staff members Ensured patient care and satisfaction.
  • Coordinated appropriate training activities on relevant clinical trial topics for investigator sites and internal staff members, and CRAs.
  • Support in the recruitment of needed subspecialty physicians for Medical Staff membership.

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33. Occupational Medicine

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Here's how Occupational Medicine is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Serve as in state residency director for distance residency physician in Occupational Medicine Residency with the University of Pennsylvania.
  • Provide and oversee the provision of occupational health services in a hospital based occupational medicine clinic.
  • Manage and treat ambulatory patients; conduct assessment of occupational medicine patients.
  • Advise the commander in all matters related to flight, deployment and occupational medicine.
  • Provided clinical services for three occupational medicine clinics throughout the SE portion of Wisconsin.
  • Supervised the Occupational Medicine practice of 73 Physicians and 350 Nurses

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34. Nurse Practitioners

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Here's how Nurse Practitioners is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Develop clinical content for training of clinical staff including physicians, nurse practitioners, radiology technicians and medical assistants.
  • Enhanced quality of care and improved cost effectiveness, by integrating nurse practitioners into system which reduced physician staffing.
  • Provided medical supervision and overview of care given by site physicians, nurse practitioners and facility nurses
  • Oversee medical operations of the clinic and supervise Nurse Practitioners
  • Supervised nurse practitioners and physicians.
  • Directed staff of 42 case managers and three geriatric nurse practitioners to provide care to frail and elderly populations in Florida.
  • Provided supervision for clinic staff (psychologists, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers).
  • Supervised two family nurse practitioners, two medical assistants, and an office staff of five.
  • Direct manager for 14 physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistant.
  • Completed all credentialing for Nurse Practitioners located in all four states.
  • Oversee and provide feedback for other on-site providers including Nurse Practitioners.
  • Supervised social workers, nurse practitioners, psychiatrists and other clinicians.
  • Mentor new physician assistants, nurse practitioners, & physicians.
  • Article 16 & 18 Clinics Consultant/Liaison to Psychiatry/Podiatry/Dental Services Clinical Supervisor of Nurse Practitioners in Developmental Disorders.
  • Chart review for physician assistants and nurse practitioners * Supervisory role for midlevel health care providers
  • nurse practitioners Maintain Electronic Health record software-NextGen Conduct chart audits on providers

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35. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Coordinated training for employees in areas of customer service, patient examination, and general ocular pharmaceuticals.
  • Provided weekly program agenda to community members and participants skills acquired customer service and secretarial.
  • Utilize superior customer service skills and extensive managerial experience to develop strong relationships with members while leading a winning team.
  • Assessed clinic processes and provided appropriate guidance to help improve customer service, quality of care, and center profitability.
  • Developed customer service plan, which increased patient satisfaction by 35% within the first six months of implementation.
  • Created, implemented, and trained clinicians as well as employees on a focused customer service program targeting patients.
  • Manage Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Regulatory, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Distribution, and Customer Service.
  • Demonstrate effective customer service relationship in interaction with employee, patient, family members, physician and community.
  • Managed and directed HME Billing, Marketing/Sales, Respiratory, and Customer Service Staff, 44 employees.
  • Chair of the Physicians Satisfaction Team, part of Tenet Target 100 customer service initiatives.
  • Provided training for management and staff on trends in Health Care, and Customer Service.
  • Improved customer service scores by 68% nationally best in personal issues for medical units.
  • Led team in selection and implementation of a customer service call management system.
  • Initiated internal customer service reporting and follow-up throughout all health center site.
  • Trained new staff, and assisted with Customer Service division.
  • Improved quality reviews and customer service to the disability staff.
  • Improved quality (customer service and JCAHO survey).
  • Trained staff in medical assessment and customer service.
  • Handled customer service issues regarding billing.
  • Supported Physicians, Nurses, and administrative staff education on multiple topics including clinical training, patientprivacy, and customer service.

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36. EMR

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Here's how EMR is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Identified as a clinical leader to assist the medical staff in the understanding and updating of the EMR system.
  • Serve as the lead EMR & Computer Physician Order Entry (CPOE) for emergency department.
  • Worked on EMR (Electronic Medical Record) and Incentive Program.
  • Assisted in the training of EMR and Electronic Prescribing.
  • Follow up on aging billing from old EMR system.
  • Utilize EMR and E Prescribing technologies effectively.
  • Complete knowledge of healthcare administration integration between providers and diverse systems including EMR and different medical management responsibilities.
  • Developed initial EMR program in 2001, now on third generation.
  • Certified as Physician Builder for EMR system and developed numerous templates to improve productivity.
  • Trained in utilization of EMRs to provide client centric experience.

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37. Family Practice

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Here's how Family Practice is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Supervised the implementation of the Family Practice program in 6 counties and 21 clinics.
  • Full spectrum family practice with an emphasis on diabetic care.
  • Served as Volunteer faculty for Morehouse School of Medicine Family Practice residents.

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38. Psychiatry

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Here's how Psychiatry is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Conducted psychiatry evaluations and treatment, managed co-occurring disorders.
  • Supervised a 17 bed locked inpatient psychiatry unit in a public hospital caring for the seriously mentally ill.
  • 10-bed geriatric psychiatry unit with a general psychiatry outpatient practice seeing children through geriatric ages.
  • Board Certified in Child & Adolescent as well as Adult Psychiatry.
  • General, Adolescent, Child Psychiatry, Integrative Holistic Medicine.
  • Worked on complex cases with multiple diagnoses in both psychiatry and orthopaedics.
  • Ensured that telemedicine and telepsychiatry components met accreditation standards.
  • Initiated outpatient geropsychiatry clinic and neurobehavioral clinic.

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39. RN

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Here's how RN is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Develop and implement regulatory strategies and guidance based on U.S. and International requirements to include planning and preparation of regulatory submissions.
  • Provided a strong interface with Safety and Environmental Affairs and Product Legal Liability Department, with multiple national and international locations.
  • Act as a resource for internal and external customers through dissemination of customized preparation of integrated Medical Business Action Planning.
  • Maintained close communication with government representatives, such as the Ministry of Health and regulatory agencies on product registration.
  • Developed and initiated international medical consultation by utilizing state of the art, internet communicating hardware and software programs.
  • Monitored operations and quality standards to assure compliance with governmental regulations and meet standards established by accrediting agencies.
  • Governed clinical and administrative operations, continually searching for ways to boost viability, profitability, and safety.
  • Perform procedures such as suturing of lacerated wounds/setting fractures/casting /splinting/application of dressing and bandages/control of external hemorrhage.
  • Developed an international network of medical providers; Implemented high-end, intensive care management service for critical illness
  • Provided Primary Care Internal Medicine and directed for the rural health clinic and supervised mid-level practitioners.
  • Provide dedicated support to Medical Director/ Owner/ Internal Medicine Physician of a large medical practice.
  • Communicated key scientific findings to clinicians at clinical congresses as well as to internal stakeholders.
  • Developed protocol template for use by external investigators intending to utilize MEDI4736 in investigator-initiated trials.
  • Maintained and managed the Medical Director's calendar to schedule meetings internally and externally worldwide.
  • Reported on clinical findings to key stakeholders, including publication in leading scientific journals.
  • Comply with all applicable policies regarding international protocols and collaborative work across multiple cultures/countries.
  • Support development of medical response for Homeland and International disaster and global humanitarian response.
  • Facilitated departmental journal club and taught evidence-based medicine skills to faculty and residents.
  • Participated in an international continuing education effort to present current topics in rehabilitation
  • Participated in meetings with opposing counsel and continuing legal education of attorneys.

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40. Advisory Board

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Here's how Advisory Board is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Planned and implemented global medical expert and internal medical advisory boards.
  • Established and supervised topic specific advisory boards.
  • Developed and executed numerous advisory boards.
  • Led thought leader advisory boards to identify and address unmet medical needs in sleep, epilepsy and headache.
  • Develop and execute advisory boards involving key customers to gain market and medical insights.
  • Participate in advisory boards, support global initiatives, and attend scientific meetings.
  • Managed and led multiple scientific advisory boards.
  • Manage HIIT Advisory Board and supervise faculty.
  • Develop and conduct advisory boards.
  • Directed and moderated Advisory Boards and Investigatormeetings.
  • Managed and developed content for clients REMS Safety Advisory Board for EXALGO to treat pain in opioid tolerant patients.
  • Developed PowerPoint slide decks for KOL presentations at national/international symposia, advisory board meetings, and closed roundtable meetings.
  • Volunteer position on community advisory board.)
  • Maintain active participation in Taxotere, Eligard and Uroxatral Advisory Boards

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41. Medical Review

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Here's how Medical Review is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Key Responsibilities: Performed comprehensive medical reviews to determine level of functional impairment, prognosis for recovery and duration of impairment.
  • Developed and administered a successful Medical Review Officer Program under the Federal Workplace Drug Testing Program.
  • Recruited primary and specialty medical reviewers and managed day-to-day maintenance of reviewer credentials.
  • Served as a Medical Review Officer for federally mandated drug-testing programs.
  • Managed the daily operations of the Medical Review department including monthly reports to the executive management team and to clients.
  • Performed medical review of promotional and educational materials in hypertension, chronic stable angina, and herpes simplex.
  • Evaluated special projects and provided cost estimates, resource allocations and schedules for medical review.
  • Provided medical review and approval of Periodic Safety Reports (PR).
  • Conducted single case (ICSR) medical review, proactive signal detection.
  • Served as Medical Review Officer for compliance with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
  • Performed Medical Review Officer (MRO) functions as required.
  • Lead the medical review of Annual signal detection reports.
  • Conduct pre-employment and routine medical review of staff of co-operate organizations registered with the clinic.
  • Provide Medical Review Officer services, consult on general medical and occupational heatlth issues.
  • Served as head of the Medical Review Group with oversight of 4 pharmacovigilance physicians.

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42. Pediatrics

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Here's how Pediatrics is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Provided consultation and education in the areas of gynecology and pediatrics.
  • Directed the fiscal, labor and quality management for the medical surgical patient populations from pediatrics to geriatrics.
  • Manage patients at Out-Patient and Follow up clinics on rotation in Pediatrics, Gyn-Obs, and Psychiatry.
  • Performed educational training of physicians, nurses and auditors in the areas of internal medicine and pediatrics.
  • Oversee the provision of patient care for pediatrics, adolescents, adults and older adults
  • Provided full range of medical care, from pediatrics and obstetrics to ICU.
  • Assist Pediatrics, Internist, Cardiologist, Gastroenterologist, Gynecologist and Podiatrist.

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43. III

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Here's how III is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Initiated two global Phase III studies on a novel interferon drug development in combination with direct acting antiviral (DAA).
  • Led teams of up to 15 associates in numerous clinical studies and regulatory submissions of Class II & III medical devices.
  • Directed Phase I, II, III studies to support registration for new chemical entity in Europe, Canada.
  • Direct Phase II, III, and IV clinical research trials under contract to multiple major PhRMA pharmaceutical corporations.
  • Serve as the medical director of a Provisional Level III trauma center in the process of accreditation.
  • Developed multiple blinded study data metrics to monitor quality of the Phase III data.
  • Participated in conduct of phase III/IV research trials.
  • Level III NICU contracted via Pediatrix Medical Group of Utah.
  • Develop and lead quarterly meetings of Dendreon Data Mining Steering Committee for Phase III Provenge (sipuleucel-T) trials.
  • Led design of phase IIb/III studies for both oral pazopanib and pazopanib eye drops.

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44. HIV

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Here's how HIV is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Integrated hospital-based HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis treatment activities into district-wide tuberculosis control efforts as Clinical Liaison to District Tuberculosis Management Team.
  • General Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases consultant and primary care provider for HIV-infected population in the metropolitan Atlanta area
  • Organized HIV/AIDS conference: Optimizing Care for Minority Women with HIV/AIDS, in Baltimore, MD and Boston, MA.
  • Archived active treatment plans and estimates, to help minimize client wait time and increase consistency between three active doctors.
  • Improved health outcome measures related to chronic disease management as well as with HIV status identification and education.
  • Provided comprehensive primary health care for a diverse patient population with a focus on HIV/AIDS.
  • Provided patient care in the areas of HIV, primary care and addiction medicine.
  • Developed and implemented treatment, plus counseled patients who were HIV+.
  • Work closely with HIV/AIDS Non-government Organizations to improve knowledge and adherence to treatment thru peer counseling, buddy system, etc.
  • Worked in close collaboration with local health departments to assist in childhood immunization programs, tuberculosisclinics and HIV/AIDS clinics.
  • Carry out on going treatment of HIV, hepatitis, and substance abuse cases.
  • Conducted Pentamadine Clinic for PCP/HIV patients.

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45. Medical Necessity

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Here's how Medical Necessity is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Trained Outpatient Management Staff to recognize quality in the chiropractic clinical environment and assess for the medical necessity of care.
  • Evaluated medical necessity of imaging requests Used evidence-based criteria to work collaboratively with providers to enhance patient care
  • Document demographic of inpatient and outpatient authorization requests and determine the medical necessity of those services.
  • Submit appropriate medical documentation to support the medical necessity of certain procedures to ensure claim payment.
  • Reviewed procedural medical and surgical claims to determine coding accuracy as well as medical necessity.
  • Conducted initial medical review to determine medical necessity of elective outpatient comprehensive imaging requests.
  • Established Rules-Based Training Program for Medical Necessity Retrospective Reviews and Appeals.
  • Formulated clinical criteria for medical necessity and coding determinations.
  • Review comprehensive clinical assessments for medical necessity.
  • Subject matter expert for EMTALA-related issues and medical necessity Out patient Medical Clinic.
  • Performed medical necessity determinations (MND's).
  • Reviewed medical and surgical predetermination requests for medical necessity in accordancewith medical policies.

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46. Ncqa

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Here's how Ncqa is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Contributed to development and implementation of standards to meet NCQA certification.
  • Achieved consistent three-year NCQA accreditation.
  • Created, implemented and oversaw medical management, UR/QA processes in accordance with NCQA directives for full risk contact.
  • Submitted the first Army NCQA application using 2011 PCMH standards, and achieved Level 3 recognition.
  • Program development and compliance with all OMH and OASAS regulations and reporting as well NCQA standards.
  • Participated in the successful designation of my site as an NCQA, patient-centered medical home.
  • Attained 'Excellent' accreditation status with NCQA for HMO / POS and PPO product lines.
  • Created and directed the McLaren Health Plan Medicaid HMO from inception to NCQA accreditation.
  • Experience with NCQA, JCAHO, Medicare, Medicaid and state regulatory agencies.
  • Developed program to prepare for accreditation survey which led to NCQA accreditation.
  • Directed the development of the plan from inception to NCQA certification.
  • Position: Medical Staff Coordinator Responsibilities: * Responsible for reviewing all applications for completeness in accordance JCAHO and NCQA standards.
  • Led team to Excellent NCQA accreditation while being recognized by US News as the highest ranked Medicaid plan in CA.
  • Oversee the credentialing process according to NCQA and Joint Commission standards for newly hired and currently employed healthcare providers.
  • Developed and implemented new workflows and standard operating procedures in preparation for a successful Level 3 NCQA submission.
  • Page 8 Performed delegation of Credentialing to IPA s while complying with regulatory and NCQA requirements.

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47. CME

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Here's how CME is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Pioneered comprehensive needs assessment methodology to more effectively target clinicians and define curriculum in alignment with new ACCME requirements.
  • Researched radiology CME for experimental Alzheimer's drug
  • Facilitate performance improvement initiatives for CME credit.
  • Organized development of desirable CME activities.
  • Gather Continuing Medical Education (CME) information as required from each applicant for appointment and reappointment to the Medical Staff.
  • Organize and often lecture at monthly CME meetings for hospital staff and physicians.
  • Attend relevant CME conferences applicable to PI duties (Diabetes conference).
  • Planned, developed and assured compliance with CME Program Accreditation.
  • Lead instructor role for CME and EMS training activities.
  • Tracked providers continuing medical education (CME) requirements.
  • Developed CME and professional educational programs across live, print, and on-line venues with multiplebest in class vendors.
  • Perform Grand Rounds, Symposia, and CME lectures on multiple topics of drug eluting stenting and disease states.

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48. CMS

low Demand
Here's how CMS is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Contributed substantially to successful department CMS accreditation.
  • Collaborated with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to revise and implement key state plan amendments.
  • Created an educational program for physician practice administrators that heightened their understanding of PGBA and how CMS payment systems operate.
  • Developed and revised Departmental Policy and Procedure to meet standards of compliance with JCAHO, CDC and CMS guidelines.
  • Led and developed division's first Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) Manual meeting CMS federal guidelines.
  • Provided care for Medicare and Medicaid insured patients - became well verses in CMS regulations, policies and procedures
  • Facilitated house wide and network process improvements to meet AHRQ, CMS and regulatory requirements.
  • Investigated and communicated CMS compliance results to health care providers.
  • Conveyed information from CMS staff and Contractor Medical Directors.
  • Prepare department for JCAHO, CMS and State surveys.
  • Reviewed and ensured CMS & JCAHO program compliance.
  • Maintained compliance with TJC, CMS, NRC, MQSA, ACR and OSHA.
  • Lead weekly sessions to instruct and guide patients in obtaining and enrolling in managed care plans vis- -vis CMS/CHIP programming weekly

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49. R

low Demand
Here's how R is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Established partnership and for Early Development integration with Customer Experience leading to incorporation of patient preference questions into protocol !
  • Represent the organization in interactions with clients, including dialysis organizations, principal investigators, and regulatory authorities.
  • Reorganized clinical care processes according to Evidence-Based Medicine principles, resulting in a reduction in employees injuries.
  • Provided and/or arranged for education/training and presentations to front-end staff, Administrators and billing personnel as necessary.
  • Analyzed and acted upon monthly injury and economic data to determine future clinical and operational strategies.
  • Ordered and executed diagnostic tests and analyzed diagnostic images to further investigate patient's conditions.
  • Collaborate in the development and implementation of operational processes in Clinical Affairs Department.
  • Perform quarterly signal detection analysis employing industry standard applications and statistical methods.
  • Automated monthly Regional Medical Liaison allocations to produce profit and loss statements.
  • Direct supervision of 18 prescribing practitioners in a staff model organization.
  • Open case discussions with clinical providers when final determinations are required.
  • Interpret data and write clinically relevant communication in case review.
  • Created over 80 clinical guidelines on medical and disability diagnoses/treatments.
  • Created medical coverage plan, including supply acquisition and distribution.
  • Evaluated and Treated Patients in Primary Care Community Family Medical Center
  • Implemented project management strategies for simultaneous management of 10 projects.
  • Chaired multiple oversight committees and developed new business opportunities.
  • Conducted psychological therapeutic support to inmates and their families.
  • Participate in identifying and solving community health problems.
  • Reorganized medical department processes within the local affiliate.

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50. ICU

low Demand
Here's how ICU is used in Medical Director jobs:
  • Consult and communicate with collaborating physician or Chief Medical Officer as needed for difficult cases not covered under protocols.
  • Performed outpatient and inpatient medical consultations on referred patients with vaccine adverse events, including ICU hospitalized patients.
  • Supervised, trained, and motivated a multidisciplinary health team and more particularly staff carrying out medical activities.
  • Created curriculum for 2+ years of continuing medical education for partner medical personnel.
  • Developed curricula for and instructed all medical certificate programs.
  • Position terminated due to financial difficulty of company.
  • Handled conflict resolution with difficult physicians.
  • Coordinated curriculum and secured instructors.
  • Guide the academic training for medical personnel as well as developing curricula and training manuals for medical operations and clinical skills.
  • Led market research efforts, analyzed new market opportunities and pursued new business opportunities within HHS, in particular NIH.
  • Contributed medical advice to the threat assessment team that helped lead the organization through a very difficult tragic period.
  • Provided primary care for USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) and Police service animals in local region.
  • Created a pipeline for newly graduated nurses to orient on medical units before transferring to the PICU or CTICU.
  • Lead case conferences, direct clinical supervision with all staff for consultation on difficult cases.
  • Restructured the LifeNet curriculum module to achieve maximum impact through focusing modules on health outcomes.
  • Updated and created all new of medical billing curriculum to assist with certification exam.
  • Involved in all particulars of the administrative day to day operation of multiple centers.
  • Educated nursing staff and social workers through grand rounds on particular disease states.
  • Developed new curricula for NJ program that was also integrated to other programs.
  • Update curriculum to mirror current practices, protocols and policies.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Medical Director

Patient Care17.5%
Internal Medicine10.2%
Clinical Trials9.5%
Ensure Compliance7.8%
Medical Oversight6.9%
Health System5.2%
Primary Care Services4.2%
Medical Care4.1%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Medical Director

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
12.3%
12.3%
2
2
Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine
7.2%
7.2%
3
3
Clinical Trials
Clinical Trials
6.7%
6.7%
4
4
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
5.5%
5.5%
5
5
Medical Oversight
Medical Oversight
4.9%
4.9%
6
6
Health System
Health System
3.7%
3.7%
7
7
Primary Care Services
Primary Care Services
3%
3%
8
8
Medical Care
Medical Care
2.9%
2.9%
9
9
Medical Staff
Medical Staff
2.9%
2.9%
10
10
Utilization Review
Utilization Review
2.8%
2.8%
11
11
Process Improvement
Process Improvement
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Medical Records
Medical Records
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
Medical Group
Medical Group
2.2%
2.2%
14
14
Surgery
Surgery
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Clinical Staff
Clinical Staff
1.8%
1.8%
16
16
Medicaid
Medicaid
1.7%
1.7%
17
17
Oncology
Oncology
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
Urgent Care
Urgent Care
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
FDA
FDA
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Diabetes
Diabetes
1.6%
1.6%
21
21
Hospice
Hospice
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
Business Development
Business Development
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Physician Assistants
Physician Assistants
1.4%
1.4%
24
24
Key Opinion Leaders
Key Opinion Leaders
1.3%
1.3%
25
25
Medical Services
Medical Services
1.3%
1.3%
26
26
FTE
FTE
1.3%
1.3%
27
27
Medical Education
Medical Education
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
Peer Review
Peer Review
1.1%
1.1%
29
29
Medical Management
Medical Management
1.1%
1.1%
30
30
Jcaho
Jcaho
1.1%
1.1%
31
31
IV
IV
1.1%
1.1%
32
32
Staff Members
Staff Members
1.1%
1.1%
33
33
Occupational Medicine
Occupational Medicine
1%
1%
34
34
Nurse Practitioners
Nurse Practitioners
1%
1%
35
35
Customer Service
Customer Service
0.9%
0.9%
36
36
EMR
EMR
0.9%
0.9%
37
37
Family Practice
Family Practice
0.9%
0.9%
38
38
Psychiatry
Psychiatry
0.9%
0.9%
39
39
RN
RN
0.9%
0.9%
40
40
Advisory Board
Advisory Board
0.9%
0.9%
41
41
Medical Review
Medical Review
0.8%
0.8%
42
42
Pediatrics
Pediatrics
0.8%
0.8%
43
43
III
III
0.8%
0.8%
44
44
HIV
HIV
0.8%
0.8%
45
45
Medical Necessity
Medical Necessity
0.7%
0.7%
46
46
Ncqa
Ncqa
0.7%
0.7%
47
47
CME
CME
0.7%
0.7%
48
48
CMS
CMS
0.7%
0.7%
49
49
R
R
0.7%
0.7%
50
50
ICU
ICU
0.6%
0.6%

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