Senior Medical Officer - Albany

Latham, NY

Key Info


Inpatient and outpatient

The Senior Medical Officer at Landmark Health will serve as a key member of the management team and report directly to the Chief Medical Officer. He/she will work closely with the Landmark senior executive team, having primary responsibility to provide clinical direction and manage Landmark’s clinical development initiatives in order to further growth, ensure high quality patient care, excellence in client relations and meeting of all financial, operational, and quality metrics.


• Lead as an active and hands-on member of the senior management team to plan and execute adjustments to the clinical delivery model and operations to meet changing needs • Works with the VP of Clinical Operations, and Chief Operating Officer to set utilization goals, operational and quality metrics, and oversees all of these metrics • Participate in the development of budgets, staffing plans, medical loss ratio projections, and assuring the adequate allocation of resources to medical management functions


• Must possess in depth knowledge and experience working within and/or in partnership with community health plans. • Must possess leadership and people management skills and have successfully demonstrated the ability to build and develop a strong medical management team • Previous leadership experience in either a fully delegated medical model or in a health plan with a complex care delivery model • Expertise in either delegated risk models or working under cap structures with a strong focus on metrics and quality indicators • Experience in quality assurance, utilization review, and program development coupled with strong implementation skills • Board Certification preferably in the clinical specialty of primary care. Unrestricted license to practice medicine. • Experience developing and managing clinical programs, focused on the chronically ill and managing medical expense • Ten (10) years of clinical / management experience preferred in health care. 

Posted January 5, 2021


Not Covered