VP/EXECUTIVE MEDICAL DIRECTOR REX PHYSICIANS - UNC REX EXECUTIVE OFFICEApply Now Email Job Job ID: EXE0014F
The Vice President and Executive Medical Director represents the UNC REX Physicians within the broader UNC Health Care System and serves as the chair of the UNC REX Physician Oversight Committee (POC). The physician leader will support the development and execution of strategic growth initiatives that are aligned with the goals of the health care system and the organizational goals of UNC REX.
The Vice President and Executive Medical Director serves in a dyad partnership with the Chief Operating Officer, UNC REX Healthcare and has a dual reporting chain to the President, UNC REX Healthcare and President, UNC Physicians, UNC Health Care. The dyad leadership model is comprised of an administrative and a physician leader, both whom share equal responsibility for the effective management of the physician practices including the oversight of employed physicians and contracted community practice relationships & services as well as the successful implementation of strategic, operational, and financial initiatives. Additionally, the Vice President and Executive Medical Director will serve as a member of the UNC REX Executive Leadership team.
The Vice President and Executive Medical Director will devote their time as a physician leader of the UNC REX practices and will also be an active, practicing member of the UNC REX Clinical Physician staff.
•MD or DO required; Master's degree in health care administration, business administration or related degree highly preferred
•US-licensed physician required; able to obtain North Carolina board certification
•Active clinical practice is highly preferred
•Proven track record of excellent interpersonal, communication and relationship building skills with demonstrated leadership experience interacting effectively with multiple constituencies in complex environments
•Proven ability to foster a culture of mutual respect, collaboration, and transparency among multiple physician practices and hospital/system administrators
•Demonstrated leadership with high emotional intelligence, professionalism, and ability to successfully execute on strategic growth initiatives
•Strong understanding of the health care regulatory landscape, including evolving payment mechanisms (e.g., transition to value-based care)
•Demonstrated change management leadership experience specifically with physician networks and healthcare systems
•Promotes the highest standards of ethics, honesty, and trust
Primary Location: Raleigh, North Carolina, United States
Department: REXH-79010-Executive Office
Shift: Day Job