Website Cascadia Health

Integrated health care

Shifts Available: Full-Time, M F, 8:30am – 5:00pm

Part-Time, Days are flexible within M-F, 8:30am 5:00pm

Per Diem positions also available

No overnights or weekends
Typical on call rotation is once every 4 6 weeks
Location: Health Centers in NE & SE Portland, and Milwaukie

Compensation: $249.889 – $274,867 ($120.15- 132.14/hr)

 

Full-Time and Part-Time positions may be eligible for a sign-on bonus.

 

If you enjoy helping people and making a difference in your community then working for Cascadia could be the right fit for you!

Cascadia’s whole health care model empowers individuals as they work toward their goals to achieve recovery. From prevention to healthy lifestyle education to intensive treatment when needed, our services encompass a more systemic approach to health management for the adults, children, seniors, and families we serve. Clients can get primary care and behavioral health care needs through one team, at one location.

By integrating services mental health and addiction treatment, primary care, and housing we can improve healthcare delivery to those who have chronic mental health challenges and help people live longer and healthier lives.

About the Position

In order to overcome the significant health disparities experienced by people affected by mental health and substance use disorders, Cascadia Health provides primary care services centered at several clinic sites and integrated throughout the agency’s residential and community services. Cascadia is seeking an innovative, diligent, and compassionate Internal Medicine, Family Practice, or Doctor of Osteopathy to help with this undertaking. The MD / DO will provide patient care with team-based support at Cascadia’s outpatient clinics, and Cascadia’s residential or community sites.

Duties

Provide primary care diagnosis and treatment integrated within Cascadia’s behavioral healthcare services to clients with mental health or substance use disorders and patients assigned by our Coordinated Care Organizations.
Lead the primary care staff in team-based care integrated with behavioral health staff at the assigned clinic, working as a peer with psychiatric doctors and nurse practitioners at that clinic.
Provide primary care consultation to Cascadia’s psychiatric providers and behavioral health clinicians.
Provide medications management and Medication Supported Recovery for low acuity or stabilized individuals in coordination with their psychiatric provider.
Partner with the integrated staff at a health center and other assigned sites in the development of wellness programs.
Share after hours call rotation (triaged through a nurse call line) with the other primary care providers. Typical all call rotation occurs once every 4 6 weeks.
Collborate with the CMO, Senior Director of Primary Care & Integrated Medical Services, and the Primary Care Medical Director and provider team to define goals and review the progress of integrated primary care operations.
Regularly review and continuously improve quality of care provided by your clinic or care team through periodic chart review, quality dashboards, daily huddles, and rapid improvement cycles.
Maintain a high level of fluency in the use of the electronic health record.
Adhere to mandatory abuse reporting laws and HIPAA requirements.
Complete annual employee training requirements on a timely basis per agency requirements. Attend seminars, training, and other educational opportunities in order to develop professional skills and abilities.
Education:

Active state medical license in Adult Medicine or Internal Medicine – MD or DO including maintenance requirements and DEA certification.
Certification (or willingness to become certified) in Suboxone therapy.
Experience:

Three years of clinical experience with primary care.
Experience using an electronic health record (EPIC preferred).
Experience with community health clinic, community mental health or homeless and special needs populations preferred.
Benefits

We offer generous benefits for our full-time and part-time employees (20 hours + pro-rated) including:

– Generous Paid Time Off Package Full-time employees earn 6 weeks of PTO in their first year!
– Medical and Dental Coverage
– VSP Vision Discount Plan
– 403(B) Retirement Savings (Pre and post-tax plans with matching contribution)
– Flexible Spending Account (FSA) (Medical, dependent care, and transportation options)
– Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability, and Life Insurance
– Paid Bereavement and Jury Duty Leave
– Annual CME Reimbursement

– Length of Service Award
– Voluntary Life Insurance
– Supplemental Insurance

Wellness Benefits
– Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
– Bicycle Reimbursement
– Discounted Fitness Memberships
– Trauma Support Team

Cascadia is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at 503.963.7654.

This position is reqpresented by a labor union.
Qualifications
Qualifications
Education:

Requires an active state medical license in Adult Medicine or Internal Medicine MD or DO including maintenance requirements and DEA certification.

Certification (or willingness to become certified) in Suboxone therapy.

Experience:

Three years of clinical experience with primary care.

Experience using an electronic health record (EPIC preferred).

Experience serving communities of color and immigrant populations preferred.

Experience with community health clinic, community mental health or homeless and special needs populations preferred.

Leadership experience preferred.

Specialized Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Sufficient computer skills to complete documentation in an electronic medical records system in a timely manner
Provide care in a setting consistent with the principles of collaborative care informed by stages of change models
Other:

Ability to perform CPR, First Aid, and properly use AED equipment. CPR/ First Aid certifications are required and must remain current.

Working Conditions
Work is performed in a typical clinical setting. As such, the setting is not secure, and the LMP will be responsible for creating a safe environment within the area. In some cases, safety personnel may be available to assist with this goal. Primary care providers will be provided the appropriate tools with which to meet the requirements of their work (e.g.- computer, printer, scale, medical equipment and supplies, etc.). Meal periods and bre aks are subject to interruption. Universal Precautions and remaining alert to the environment are critical to address the potential for violent behavior, exposure to disease, biohazards, noise and contaminants.

Mental Demands:

The MD must be able to handle a variable workflow, manage time effectively, prioritize activities, and help primary care staff with whatever tasks are necessary to establish this new primary care capacity. The work assigned is diverse and involves addressing new and unusual circumstances in which outcomes may negatively affect costs, employee morale or clients. The work regularly involves a degree of unpredictability and disruption of planned tasks requiring a flexible time management approach.

Physical Demands:

The MD must have the ability to assist the team in providing safety to all clients and staff in potentially volatile situations. The MD must be able to escort clients between waiting areas and their meeting space, before and after the encounter.

Cascadia is an Equal Opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at 503.963.7654 or peopleandculture@cascadiabhc.org

This position is represented by a labor union.

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