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Description Mosaic Medical prides itself on being an innovative
health system that pioneers unique and creative ways to provide and
improve patient access to health care. Since our founding in 2002
we have proudly served insured and uninsured patients regardless of
age, ethnicity, or income.
We focus on a holistic approach to patient care by incorporating
behavioral health, pharmacy, and nutrition support to serve
patients in the most meaningful way. At Mosaic Medical, you will
work with incredibly dedicated and mission-centered peers and be
part of a dynamic team based environment.
Mosaic Medical offers more than just a job, it is a lifestyle. A
lifestyle of serving others. A lifestyle of being an integral part
of your community. A lifestyle that offers work/life balance. A
lifestyle of enjoying the outdoors! Central Oregon offers over 300
days of sunshine a year, so enjoy a PTO day on the mountain,
biking/hiking trails, or the river! A lifestyle that improves
lives, including yours. Of course, we also offer a great benefit
The Chief of Primary Care will provide clinical leadership and
mentorship for the Clinic Medical Director team within the full
spectrum of quality, safety and value initiatives of Mosaic
Medical. This position will work in partnership with the CCIO, COO,
and other department and organizational leaders to align efforts,
improve processes, and demonstrate quality care and value to our
patients and community.
Partner with organizational leaders, including but not limited
to Value Improvement, Operations, Behavioral Health, Nursing, etc.
in developing strategy to advance value related aspects of clinical
care, including but not limited to, population health management,
clinical quality outcomes, patient experience, patient access,
provider efficiencies, team care, and cost of care.
Review and synthesize current and emerging evidence-based
literature relevant to Mosaic clinical programs and quality
initiatives serving as a clinical resource for Mosaic clinics and
In partnership with the CCIO and COO, strategize and innovate in
how to improve the approaches to how we interact with and engage in
care with our population with attention creating the most value for
both the patients as well as the team.
Collaborate with CCIO in establishing clinical focus areas (e.g.
standards of care, quality improvement indicators, and patient care
protocols) and supports Clinic Medical Directors (CMDs) in
implementing and monitoring these focus areas.
Actively participate in the performance improvement program and
monitors quality and appropriateness of care with CMDs including:
Patient satisfaction results
Patient/clinical incident reporting trends
Medical record reviews (chart audits)
Peer Review Process in partnership with Clinicians
Serve as clinician lead, and works in partnership with the Value
Improvement Director in meeting Quality Assurance Plan objectives
Partner with the CCIO and COO in addressing the root causes of
burnout in providers and other team members.
Serve as an active member of the senior leadership team and
attends other administrative meetings as required.
Provide direct patient care including preventive care, primary
diagnosis and treatment in a primary care clinic setting.
Continue to learn about, grow in, and practice daily the
leadership philosophy and the Mosaic Leadership Manifesto.
Use current evidence-based guidelines in creating diagnostic and
treatment plans; utilizing tools such as “Up to Date” or “Choosing
Skills & Knowledge
Understands and has experience with fiscal accountability and
budgeting. Knowledge of quality infrastructure, including how to
develop and implement decision tools, clinical protocols and
guidelines, care management programs, and outcome measurement
assessments. Knowledge of information technology, including
statistical analysis, clinical epidemiology, and medical
informatics; understanding best practices and how to successfully
introduce information technology into clinical practice. Excellent
interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build
consensus with the ability to engage clinicians and staff.
Knowledge of medical coding, both ICD-10 and CPT.
Qualifications Education Preferred
Doctorate/Phd or better in Doctor of Medicine.
Masters or better in Nursing.
10 years: A minimum of five years of experience in progressive
clinical leadership roles in a primary care medical group or
community health center environment required. Two years of
Executive leadership experience highly preferred. Ten years of
clinical experience in ambulatory care required, preferably in a
community health center with integrated care.