Chief Medical Officer
OMNI HRM is honored to partner with Vibrant Health in their search for a Chief Medical Officer to oversee all medical services provided, quality management and program integration across the organization. The CMO evaluates developments in medical care, makes recommendations for new practices and procedures, and advises medical teams on matters impacting patient care.
Vibrant Health’s mission is to provide access to high-quality health care for the community, regardless of socio-economic obstacles. In addition to primary medical, dental, behavioral health and women’s health services, Vibrant Health provides community outreach services, school-based preventive oral health services and school-based behavioral health services.
- Function as the lead clinical executive for the organization including responsibility for all functions and processes associated with the delivery of all ambulatory and ancillary health care services offered throughout the Vibrant Health system.
- Establish standards of practice, oversee all procedures, protocols and standards.
- Supervise the quality of medical care provided by providers, and develops quality of care guidelines.
- Review and evaluate Center patient care and management objectives to include 330 federal grant clinical measures, UDS and CMS Meaningful Use measures.
- Build strong relationships with local educational institutions, healthcare and other organizations.
- Coordinate content for and participates in staff education sessions, QI/QA and risk management programs.
- Serve as liaison between Vibrant Health and health plans regarding medical policy, standards of care and credentialing activities.
- Participate in ongoing recruitment, hiring, evaluation and retention of a highly competent provider team.
- Provides medical consultation on medical/legal issues.
- Serve as medical spokesperson in the medical community and maintain relationships with professional health care organizations.
- Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree required. Must have or be willing to obtain licensensure to practice medicine in both Missouri and Kansas.
- Board certified in a primary care specialty; family medicine or general internal medicine preferred
- Additional advanced degree in business, public health, healthcare administration or related field of study preferred.
- Demonstrated success in leading and directing a clinical staff of comparable size and scope.
- Demonstrated success in creating systemic, organizational changes that improve both the business operations as well as quality of care to those served.
- Demonstrated expertise related to trends and issues, laws and regulations associated with the delivery of primary health care services, behavioral health care, within the FQHC and/or related environment.
- Demonstrated success in establishing a wide range of business, political, and professional relationship
OMNI and our clients are Equal Opportunity Employers and seek diversity in candidates for employment. EEO Employer W/M/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.