Behavioral Health Medical Director Part time - Ohana Health Plan

Kapolei, HI

part-time
Non clinical

Assist the Chief Medical Director to direct and coordinate the medical management, quality improvement and credentialing functions for the business unit.

  • Provides medical leadership of all for utilization management, cost containment, and medical quality improvement activities. Performs medical review activities pertaining to utilization review, quality assurance, and medical review of complex, controversial, or experimental medical services.
  • Assists Chief Medical Director in planning and establishing goals and policies to improve quality and cost-effectiveness of care and service for members. Provides medical expertise in the operation of approved quality improvement and utilization management programs in accordance with regulatory, state, corporate, and accreditation requirements.
  • Assists the Chief Medical Director in the functioning of the physician committees including committee structure, processes, and membership. Oversees the activities of physician advisors. Utilizes the services of medical and pharmacy consultants for reviewing complex cases and medical necessity appeals.
  • Identifies utilization review studies and evaluates adverse trends in utilization of medical services, unusual provider practice patterns, and adequacy of benefit/payment components.
  • Develops alliances with the provider community through the development and implementation of the medical management programs.

The candidate must be an actively practicing physician. Previous experience within a managed care organization is preferred. Course work in the areas of Health Administration, Health Financing, Insurance, and/or Personnel Management is preferred. Experience treating or managing care for a culturally diverse population preferred.

Board certification by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Current state medical license without restrictions.

Hawaii licensed, board certified psychiatrist highly preferred.


Posted March 22, 2021