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    Later, Dr. Marcinko was a vital and recruited BOD  member of several innovative companies like Physicians Nexus, First Global Financial Advisors and the Physician Services Group Inc; as well as mentor and coach for Deloitte-Touche and other start-up firms in Silicon Valley, CA.

    As a state licensed life, P&C and health insurance agent; and dual SEC registered investment advisor and representative, Marcinko was Founding Dean of the fiduciary and niche focused CERTIFIED MEDICAL PLANNER® chartered professional designation education program; as well as Chief Editor of the three print format HEALTH DICTIONARY SERIES® and online Wiki Project.

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HOW I EARN – AND YOU PROFIT!

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My fee is $250 per hour prorated, so you only pay for the time used. This fee covers almost any medical practice management, insurance and risk management, personal financial planning or investment-related topic, including document review, phone consultation, research, and written investment strategies.

I also offer a special program for first-time potential clients called a Physician Practice-Portfolio Second Opinion™.  This all-inclusive $450 program takes about two hours in total and includes a pre-call document review, 60-minute phone consultation, and summary with observations and recommendations.

Docotor colleagues find this to to be a good value because their questions are answered under one fee.

So, it does not matter if you are a new, mid-career or mature practitioner, or where your money is invested or how much you have invested. Simply, I serve along side you as a fiduciary by upholding a duty of loyalty, fairness and good faith in all decision making.

At your professional service!

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On “Financial Advisor” Salesmen and Saleswomen

UGH! Financial Services still not a real Profession

 

 

 

 

 

By Dr. David Edward Marcinko MBA MEd Certified Medical Planner™

http://www.CertifiedMedicalPlanner.org

Introduction

A few weeks ago I received the following unsolicited email job exhortation:

Dear David,

Our xxx/ooo office is currently hiring “Financial Advisors” with Series 7 and 63 Certifications. The minimum requirements include: high school diploma or GED equivalent, 6+ months of experience in customer service and experience in a sales environment. We offer paid training and access to full benefits.

Learn more about this position and apply today: xxx/ooo

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Assessment

GED; a very high credentials bar, indeed!

NOTE: My friend and colleague, the late great Dick Wagner JD CFP™ who wrote extensively about financial planning as a “profession”, would be mortified.  

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Calculate the Odds that your Job will be Stolen by a ROBOT?

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[By staff reporters]

In an increasingly digital world the workforce is becoming more automated than ever before. In this decade we’ve faced the challenge of interactive POS systems impacting the retail employment sector, but what industries are next?

Understanding the future of your job role can help you plan your career path more effectively, and decide if it’s time to change direction.

Using NPR’s handy calculator you can see just how safe your job is from the robots. To save you some time we’ve listed the top industries and their rankings

  • Sales: 99% chance of being automated
  • Accountants: 93.5% chance of being automated
  • Retail: 92.3% chance of being automated
  • Programmers: 48% chance of being automated
  • Housekeeping: 68.8% chance of being automated
  • Lawyer: 3.5% chance of being automated
  • Teaching: >1% chance of being automated

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Even if you are a doctor, nurse, accountant or financial advisor – use the calculator to check it out.

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I read and use this book, and several others, from Dr. David Edward Marcinko and his team of advisors.

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How a Doctor’s Job Seach May Lower Taxes

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Andrew SchwartzSummer is often a time when doctors and other people make major life decisions. Common events include buying a home, getting married or changing jobs; especially for hospitalist physicians.

If you’re looking for a new job in your same line of work, you may be able to claim a tax deduction for some of your job hunting expenses.

The Tax Tips

Here are seven things the IRS wants you to know about deducting these costs:

1. Your expenses must be for a job search in your current occupation. You may not deduct expenses related to a search for a job in a new occupation. If your employer or another party reimburses you for an expense, you may not deduct it.

2. You can deduct employment and job placement agency fees you pay while looking for a job.

3. You can deduct the cost of preparing and mailing copies of your résumé to prospective employers.

4. If you travel to look for a new job, you may be able to deduct your travel expenses. However, you can only deduct them if the trip is primarily to look for a new job.

5. You can’t deduct job search expenses if there was a substantial break between the end of your last job and the time you began looking for a new one.

6. You can’t deduct job search expenses if you’re looking for a job for the first time.

7. You usually will claim job search expenses as a miscellaneous itemized deduction. You can deduct only the amount of your total miscellaneous deductions that exceed two percent of your adjusted gross income.

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Assessment

Driving medical, and HR, costs down with new technology. Good for us … bad for phlebotomists.

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By Kathy Williams kathyw@thorgroup.com
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Dear Dr. David E Marcinko,

Hello!  We are looking for a Manager of Surgical Nurses and Operating Rooms.

Our client has a wonderful opportunity to have a work balance life style.  If one of your ME-P readers would like the peace and quiet of a small town plus a great opportunity for your career, this opportunity is for them!

This position will manage and supervise functions related to patient care in the operating rooms; ensure effective delivery of patient care and compliance with administrative and facility policies and procedures.  This position will pay $60-75K depending in experience.  Direct Hire in Kansas.

Responsibilities:

• Guides and directs nursing staff regarding safe, effective patient care, problem-solving and decision making according to patient needs, staff capabilities and facility resources.
• Maintains up-to-date knowledge of new procedures, products and equipment used in the OR.
• Interviews, orients, assigns work schedules, conducts and reviews evaluations and disciplines personnel to manage performance.  Oversees OR staff in conducting annual performance evaluations and competency documentation.
• Ensure proper daily staffing levels in all operating rooms.
• Assist in investigating and initiating follow-up and corrective action when necessary in response to complaints and/or concerns from patients, families, physicians or employees.  Develops, implements and monitors, methods and strategies to achieve high patient satisfaction results.
• Is familiar with, and maintains compliance within the OR Department, on all regulatory agency requirements.
• Maintains compliance with accreditation/licensure requirements.
• Identify operational needs; manage appropriate level of equipment and supplies and monitors equipment maintenance.  Assess the environment and make recommendations to ensure optimal patient comfort, safety and compliance with various regulatory bodies.

Qualifications:

• Diploma from accredited nursing program.
• Current Licensure as Registered Nurse and able to obtain a Kansas license.
• Minimum of 3 years management experience in hospital setting preferred.
• Certification in area of specialization.
• Demonstrated excellent communication skills.

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Assessment

THOR, Inc. is a cutting-edge business solutions firm that has been working with some of the top companies throughout the United States for nearly 40 years.

If you are interested in the Manager of Surgical Nurses and Operating Rooms position, please send your updated resume along with salary history to kathyw@thorgroup.com. If you are not interested in this opportunity, perhaps you know someone who might be, please have them forward their resume to me!

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By Kathy Williams kathyw@thorgroup.com
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Dear Dr. David E Marcinko,

Hello!  We are looking for a Director of Accounting for Hospital client located on East Coast. This is a Direct Hire position.  The position will oversee 3 Managers and 15 FTE’s.  This position will report to the VP of Accounting.

POSITION SUMMARY

The purpose of the position is to provide primary oversight, supervision and strategic direction to the General Accounting Department. This position ensures the accuracy of hospital’s consolidated financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and system-wide policy.

Job Requirements

1. Previous Director / Manager experience in Hospital / Healthcare Accounting role
2. CPA or MBA required.
3. 7 to 10 years of experience.
4. The knowledge and ability to direct, control and supervise the activities of the General Accounting Department at a level generally acquired through 7 to 10 years of progressive experience in healthcare accounting
5. Experience formulating business and accounting policies and procedures
6. Extensive experience using computerized accounting systems and Microsoft Office.

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Assessment

If any ME-P reader is interested in this Director of Accounting position, please forward their resume to me at kathyw@thorgroup.com.  If you are not interested in this opportunity, perhaps you know someone who might be … please have them forward their resume to me!

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Advocate BroMenn Medical Center and Advocate Eureka Hospital in Normal, Illinois

By Paul Esselman
Executive Vice President, Managing Principal
Cejka Executive Search
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St. Louis, MO 63141
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Dear Dr. Marcinko,

Cejka Executive Search has been retained to recruit a physician executive to be the Vice President, Medical Management of Advocate BroMenn Medical Center and Advocate Eureka Hospital.

The Opportunity

Advocate BroMenn Medical Center, a 221-bed full-service, not-for-profit, Level II trauma center and teaching facility located in Normal, Illinois, is one of the most advanced acute care facilities in central Illinois.  Last year, Advocate BroMenn opened a new 136,000 sq. ft. hospital addition housing state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic services as well as opened a new 84,000 sq. ft. outpatient center, housing imaging, therapy and laboratory services and physician practices.

Advocate Eureka Hospital is a 25-bed critical access facility located 25 miles north of Normal.  With their affiliation with Advocate Health Care in 2010, Advocate BroMenn and Advocate Eureka are now part of the largest integrated healthcare system in Illinois and one of the Top 10 health systems in the country. Advocate BroMenn has been consistently recognized for high performance and awarded the Consumer Choice Award as the “Most Preferred Hospital for Overall Quality and Image” in its region.

Leadership Team

As a key member of the senior leadership team, the VPMM will serve as the clinical strategist to drive improvement in hospital-wide services and quality measures for the two hospitals.  The VPMM will be instrumental in working with the medical staffs and Advocate Health Care’s Clinical Integration division to implement its nationally-recognized approach to patient care utilizing the best practices in evidence-based medicine, advanced technology and quality improvement techniques.  The VPMM will lead the organization in achieving a high level of quality, service, and outcomes and align the culture of physician providers and the hospitals in preparation for healthcare reform.

The VPMM will also coordinate medical affairs and implement consistent policies and practices; manage and develop physician education initiatives; and oversee clinical utilization, case and risk management, and physician satisfaction at both facilities.

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Candidates

Successful candidates will have at least five years of experience in clinical practice and at least three years of demonstrated success in a senior medical executive role within a hospital, preferably serving in a similar position.  Current board certification is required.  An MBA/ MMM degree is highly desirable.

Information Requests

For more information or to nominate candidates, kindly contact me. Thank you.

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Dear Dr. Marcinko,

I am assisting Centene Corporation in their recruitment for a Chief Medical Director for IlliniCare Health Plan, a wholly owned subsidiary and HMO for the state of Illinois.  The regional headquarters for IlliniCare is in Chicago. 

The Chief Medical Director (CMD) will be responsible for directing and coordinating the medical management, quality improvement and credentialing functions for IlliniCare. S/he will serve as a clinical advisor and educator of the medical management staff, ensuring the clinical quality and efficacy of patient care.

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The CMD will also help identify trends in patient treatment data and proactively develop programs to improve patient health and wellness needs.  As an integral part of IlliniCare’s senior leadership team, the CMD will have an active role in supporting the strategic plans and vision of the organization.  

Ideal candidates will have a minimum of five years of progressive experience in healthcare enterprises and demonstrated success in establishing population health management programs and driving quality outcomes and financial performance for the underserved population. Board certification, preferably in geriatrics, and an unrestricted medical license are required. 

A post-graduate business degree (MBA/MMM) is preferred.

Assessment

More details about this opportunity upon request.

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Director of Hospital Quality Management Needed

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Dear Dr. Marcinko,

Perhaps you can help a colleague?

I am conducting a confidential search for well qualified candidates to fill an immediate opening as a Director of Quality Management in a Mississippi hospital. Candidates must have hospital quality management experience and be willing to relocate if not already in the area.

This is an ideal opportunity for a strong Quality Manager to advance as Director in a modest size hospital which is a part of a growing national healthcare system.

To be considered, please email all resumes or candidates to me. Candidates may also contact me directly. If there appears to be a match, I’ll be able to disclose the location and discuss the details of the role.

So, please let me know if you know someone who may be qualified for this role.

Thank you.

Steve Haynes | Recruiting Manager
Avery Partners, LLC
steve.haynes@averypartners.com

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Phelps Medical Associates Seeks Vice President, Medical Director‏

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By Deedra Hartung
Senior EVP, Managing Director
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Dr. Marcinko,

Phelps Memorial Hospital Center has retained Cejka Executive Search to recruit a Vice President, Medical Director. Phelps Memorial Hospital Center is a 238-bed general medical and surgical hospital in Sleepy Hollow, NY, 27 miles north of New York City; Phelps Medical Associates is their physician practice.

Seeking VP and MD

The Vice President, Medical Director will champion the physician integration initiatives of Phelps Medical Center with their medical staff. The Vice President, Medical Director will work to strengthen relationships, improve clinical quality, instill evidence based medical practices and encourage the use of the electronic medical record. Continued growth of Phelps Medical Associates will be a priority of this position as well as attaining physician growth targets in strategic clinical areas. The Vice President, Medical Director will oversee the operations and management of Phelps Medical Associates and its policies, including physician compensation, and lead the group towards becoming a model of quality, value and physician satisfaction. The Vice President, Medical Director will be a member of the Hospital Center’s senior administrative team and will report to the CEO and a subcommittee of the Board of Trustees of Phelps Memorial Hospital Center.

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Requirements

This position requires an M.D. or D.O. and the ability to obtain a license to practice in the State of New York with current Board certification in the associated area of practice. Postgraduate education in business or administration is preferred. A minimum of 3 years prior physician leadership experience including management experience in a physician group practice setting is required. Excellent problem solving and verbal and written communication skills are required along with the ability to adapt and respond in a rapidly changing and demanding healthcare environment.

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Assessment

Nominations and interested candidates should contact and submit their CV to me directly.

Kindest Regards,

Deedra Hartung

Deedra Cejka Executive Search
4 CityPlace Dr., Ste. 300
St. Louis, MO 63141
800-209-8143 Office Hartung

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The income gap between the 95th percentile and 80th percentile grew by $1,424 from 2010 to 2011. Indeed, income distribution appears to be widening, and fast, according to the graphic below.

income distribution

Inequality Grows

Okay, we don’t have inequality figures for 2012 yet. But, we do have income data for 2011, and it suggests that the post-war trend of widening income gaps show little sign of abating.

Assessment

And so, the gap between the top 5 percent and the rest of the country just kept growing. But, what about doctors and related medical professionals?

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By Martin Jones
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Sterling Life Sciences

Our firm was hired by a growing Global Health Care Company to help them find an experienced Physician / Medical Director.

The Search

Is there any chance you know of someone who might want to hear about it? They are doing well and have a good reputation so it will be a nice situation for someone who needs a change.

The Job

Here is a copy of job description: http://goo.gl/9yVU8

Assessment

Anyone interested can directly apply online and resume will come to me. They are looking to hire immediately so please feel free to share this information with anyone you think would want to learn more.

Best regards,

Email:martin@sterlinglifesciences.com

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Dr. Marcinko,

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is currently putting out a call for applicants for a vacant Director role with oversight of the Cardiac Center Service Line. Based on your experience in the field, I’m reaching out to you for referrals and networking suggestions to ensure that qualified candidates are given every opportunity to apply.

CHOP

The Cardiac Center at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is one of the largest cardiac programs in North America with over 1,700 inpatient admissions and 22,000 outpatient visits representing $350 million in hospital gross revenue.

The Director, Cardiac Service Line will work in partnership with physician leadership, physician practice leadership, and nursing leadership to support and lead the Cardiac service line. The Director, Cardiac Center is accountable for strategic and operational planning, business development, program development, financial management, project implementation, common administrative functions and allied health operations, as appropriate.

Candidates

Ideal candidates will have a Master’s Degree in Business Administration or a related degree; though skilled Bachelor’s level applicants will be considered. The role requires a minimum of 7 years of health care management, preferably in an academic setting.

Assessment

If you know of anyone who may be a strong fit for the role, please feel free to connect them with me directly.

Thank you in advance for your help.

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Medical Career Trends & Advancements

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The medical career field has come a long way.

While medicine was once represented by a one-size-fits-all career, today there are over 100 recognizable jobs in the healthcare field. Just as the size of the medical field has increased, there have been medical advancements – and in equality. In fact, 2003 was the first time ever the number of women enrolling in medical school outnumbered men.

Assessment

All of these changes haven’t come cheap, however. The U.S. national health spending was just under $2 trillion in 2006. The above infographic delves into the historical medical advancement milestones, spells out every recognized medical career, provides compelling facts about former and current medical positions, and displays job and salary information for a select few.

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Understanding the Money Supply as a Percentage of GDP

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There’s a lot of money in the world, but not all of it can be easily defined as “money.” Just where the money is and who has it is a complicated issue. The wad of money in your pocket is one form of money, but the money supply is hardly limited to that. So, where is the money and what exactly is it?

Finding Out

To find out what Broad Money, Money Zero Maturity, the Monetary Base, and Money and Close Substitutes mean, take a look at the graphic for an explanation. You’ll see that there is a lot more to money than you may have realized. The cash you use from day to day is M0, but there are also MB, M1, M2, M3 and more.

What Is Quasi Money?

If you want to measure how much money a country has, there is much more to consider than just how much printed money is within that country. If you think about how much money you have, it’s likely a lot more than just the cash you have on hand. You have bank accounts, checks and other forms of money that factor into how much money you have. The same is true for countries.

By Country

How much money a country can get pretty complicated, but there is a way to figure out each country’s quasi money. No, this doesn’t mean fake money or “sort of” money, like the name may imply. Quasi money may also sound like our paychecks these days, but what it refers to is actually a pretty neat assessment of the money that a country really has.

The money supply of every single country can be measured accurately by looking at a number of different things. To find out exactly what goes into the money that a country has, take a look at the graphic.

How Does Your Country Stack Up?

How does your country compare to other countries in terms of money? The amount of quasi money in each country when measured as a percentage of a country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is pretty telling. Check out the graphic to see how your country rates and whether it makes the top 10, the bottom 10 or falls somewhere in the middle. If you know someone from a country on the top or bottom lists, forward the graphic to them and let them know about it. Depending on where their country falls, it may be time to gloat or to pretend not to be jealous.

Where are the top and bottom countries located?

Are they countries that are typically thought of as being rich and poor, or do they come straight out of left field for a sneak attack? There are certainly some countries in there that will surprise you as well as some that won’t. Take a look for yourself and see where the wealth of the world lies.

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By Janice Perino
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Dr. Marcinko and ME-P Readers,

Cejka Executive Search has been retained by Banner Health, one of the nation’s premier health care systems, to recruit an innovative physician leader as Medical Director, Medical Hepatology for Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center (BGSMC) in Phoenix, AZ.

The Medical Director will provide strategic leadership, program development and processes to improve patient safety, error reduction, and appropriateness and quality of patient care. The Medical Director will build partnerships with key stakeholders; participate in research; teach residents, fellows and medical students; and serve as mentor and coach to other physicians and employees.

Criteria

Candidates must be board-certified in Gastroenterology/Hepatology, be eligible for an Arizona medical license, and possess a minimum of eight years clinical experience plus prior leadership experience. Nominations for a role of this caliber are greatly appreciated.

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Seeking Chief Medical Director [CMD]

Magnolia Health Plan

By Missy Wohldmann

Dear Dr. Marcinko and ME-P Readers, 

Centene Corporation is seeking a Chief Medical Director (CMD) for Magnolia Health Plan (Magnolia), a wholly-owned subsidiary and HMO for the state of Mississippi. The regional headquarters for Magnolia is located in Jackson, Mississippi.

About Centene

A Fortune 500 company, Centene is a national leader in low-cost solutions for high quality healthcare services for uninsured and underinsured patients. Centene’s subsidiary health plans bring better health outcomes to their 1.5 million members. Centene’s core philosophy is that quality healthcare is best delivered locally. This local approach enables them to provide accessible, high quality and culturally sensitive healthcare services to their members in their own communities.

Visionary Needed

The Chief Medical Director will establish the strategic vision and attendant policies and procedures for Magnolia Health Plan. The CMD will provide leadership and direction to the medical management, quality improvement and credentialing functions for Magnolia Health Plan based on, and in support of, the company’s strategic plan. The CMD will review analyses of activities, costs, operations and forecast data to determine progress toward stated goals and objectives. Also within the purview of CMD will be oversight for compliance with National Committee on Quality Assurance (NCQA) and/or Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organization (JACHO) standards as determined for accreditation of the health plan.

Candidates

Successful candidates will be physician leaders with thorough knowledge of quality improvement practices and familiarity with medical information systems, medical claims payment processing and coding. Knowledge of managed care, Medicaid, and case management programs are also essential. Board certification in a recognized medical specialty and an active medical license are required.

We welcome your interest, or nominations, for this highly visible role.

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Seeking Director of Quality Improvement

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The Director of Quality Improvement will direct the hospital wide organizational performance improvement program reporting to the Service Line Director of Quality. The Director of Quality Improvement will be responsible, either personally or through delegation, for coordinating those systems necessary for the identification and resolution of known or suspected problems and opportunities to improve the dimensions of performance in health care. He/she will be responsible for ensuring hospital wide compliance with all accreditation and licensure standards, and will provide guidance and education to facility leadership, clinical personnel, Board of Trustees and Medical Staff members related to performance improvement.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

Education:
• At a minimum: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with a Baccalaureate degree in nursing.
• Masters Degree in a healthcare discipline highly preferred.

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• Knowledge of PC based computer software (i.e., Word, Excel, Access and/or similar systems preferred).
• Ability to work independently and interdependently.
• Knowledge of healthcare-related regulatory and accreditation requirements.

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Seeking Medical Director [HRMC]

Heartland Regional Medical Center

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Cejka Executive Search has been exclusively retained by Heartland Health, a physician-led, integrated health care system in St. Joseph, Missouri, to recruit a physician leader who will serve as Medical Director of Heartland Regional Medical Center (HRMC).

About HRMC

HRMC is a 491-bed medical center comprised of a 250-member medical staff, including 125 employed physicians, and is a 2009 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality award winner. Heartland Health is rapidly moving towards becoming an Accountable Care Organization and will likely be a Medicare ACO Pilot Site. Heartland Health includes a large physician clinic, foundation, health plan and other ventures and affiliations.

Responsibilities

In collaboration with the Administrator of HRMC, the Medical Director will be responsible for providing clinical and operational oversight, communicating the vision of the medical center, building partnerships with key stakeholders and advocating quality and safety measures within clinical and ancillary departments. Additionally, the Medical Director will serve as a mentor and coach to the medical staff and the leadership team. The Medical Director position is ideal for a physician leader wanting additional operational experience in preparation for a future in a position as a CEO.

Qualifications

Candidates must be board certified, eligible for a Missouri license and possess a minimum of ten years clinical experience.  An MBA or MHA is highly preferred. Ideal candidates will have experience with peer review, credentialing, population health, clinical research and the development of a residency program.

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Seeking Chief Medical Director

IlliniCare Health Plan

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Centene Corporation is seeking a Chief Medical Director for IlliniCare Health Plan, a wholly owned subsidiary and HMO for the state of Illinois.  The regional headquarters for IlliniCare is in Chicago.  A Fortune 500 company, Centene Corporation is a national leader in low-cost solutions for high quality health care services for the un-insured and under-insured.

CMD Responsibiities 

The Chief Medical Director (CMD) will be responsible for directing and coordinating the medical management, quality improvement and credentialing functions for IlliniCare. S/he will serve as a clinical advisor and educator of the medical management staff, ensuring the clinical quality and efficacy of patient care. The CMD will identify trends in patient treatment data and proactively develop programs to address improve patient health and wellness needs.  As an integral part of IlliniCare senior leadership team, the CMD will have an active role in supporting the strategic plans and vision of the organization. 

Assesment

Previous experience as medical director for a health plan and knowledge of managed Medicare and Medicaid is preferred. Board certification and an unrestricted medical license are required. I would welcome your interest or your nominations for the Chief Medical Director role.

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December is the Time to Advertise in the ME-P

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With the holiday season officially upon us, many BDs, RIAs, medical clinics, offices and hospital HR departments are going into stand-down mode when it comes to hiring, turning their attention instead to end-of-the-year concerns such as final budget numbers, performance reviews, and employee benefits analysis, to name just a few. The rationale from many is pretty much the same-scheduling interviews around the holidays are difficult, particularly with staggered vacation schedules and shortened workdays. And, here at the ME-P we completely understand that line of thinking. Here’s the thing, though.

Seeking Employment

In addition to braving the shopping mall crowds, imbibing too much eggnog, and standing under the mistletoe, can you guess what (both passive and active) job seekers with some extra down time tell me they plan to do over the holidays? Yep. Look for a new job.

Not only do I hear this directly from the candidates themselves, but job seekers are definitely looking for the gift of an exciting new opportunity during the month of December. But wait–it’s great that job seekers are looking during the holidays, but what about the staggered vacation schedules and shortened workday dilemma we just agreed existed? Here’s what I suggest. Post your current and upcoming job opportunities this month to take advantage of the increased attention span of potential candidates. And, then set up a friendly, “so glad you’re interested” auto-reply that lets the candidates know you’ll be reviewing applications when you return in January.

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Benefits

The benefits to this approach are many, according to HR guru Gwen Dowling:

  1. You’ll get a jump-start on the 2011 hiring process returning to an Inbox full of eager applicants.
  2. You’ll get a broader candidate pool since both active and passive job seekers will have time to apply over the holidays.
  3. You’ll gain a competitive edge over the hiring team at the BD, RIA, clinic or hospital down the street, who didn’t read this blog post and plan to wait and post those jobs in January, 2011.

Conclusion

And while we’re on the topic, in order to attract the very best candidates, an effective job posting must be written with the candidate in mind, painting an attractive picture of your corporate environment and culture. This is your only chance to make a positive first impression, so take the time necessary to craft an enticing description.

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Seeking Chief Medical Director

Employment Opportunity for CMD

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Centene Corporation is seeking a Chief Medical Director for Managed Health Services, a wholly owned subsidiary and HMO for the state of Wisconsin.  The regional headquarters for Managed Health Services is in Milwaukee.  A Fortune 500 company, Centene Corporation is a national leader in low-cost solutions for high quality health care services for the un-insured and under-insured.

Responsibilities

The Chief Medical Director (CMD) will be responsible for directing and coordinating the medical management, quality improvement and credentialing functions for Managed Health Services. S/he will serve as a clinical advisor and educator of the medical management staff, ensuring the clinical quality and efficacy of patient care. The CMD will identify trends in patient treatment data and proactively develop programs to address improve patient health and wellness needs. 

Assessment

As an integral part of Managed Health Services senior leadership team, the CMD will have an active role in supporting the strategic plans and vision of the organization. 

Conclusion

I would welcome your interest in the Chief Medical Director role.

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Understanding the Tactical Approach to Medical Endowment Fund Management

Guiding Long-Term Investment Decisions

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According to Wayne Firebaugh CPA, CFP® CMP™ many successful medical endowment funds will establish a “strategic” allocation policy that is intended to guide long-term (greater than one-year) investment decisions. This strategic allocation reflects the endowment’s thinking regarding the existence of perceived fundamental shifts in the market.

Asset Class Target Ranges

Most endowments will also establish a target range or band for each asset class. The day-to-day managers then have the flexibility to make tactical decisions for a given class so long as they stay within the target range.

Definition

The term “tactical” when used in the context of investment strategy refers to the manager’s ability to take advantage of short-term (under one year) market anomalies such as pricing discrepancies between different sectors or across different styles.

Historically, tactical decisions with respect to asset allocation were derided as “market timing.” However, market timing implies moving outside of the target ranges whereas tactical decision making simply addresses the opportunistic deployment of funds within the asset class target range.

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In response to, among other things, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act that was signed into law earlier this year, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued an interim final rule on May 5, 2010 that requires all:

  • Physicians [1] and non-physician practitioners [2] who order or refer Medicare beneficiaries for, or furnish Medicare beneficiaries with, Part B covered items and services; and
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This Report can be viewed at: www.cms.gov/MedicareProviderSupEnroll/06_MedicareOrderingandReferring.asp.

If the ordering or referring provider is not listed on the Report, there is confusion as to whether billing providers are entitled to submit claims for items and services ordered or referred by such providers.  While CMS has acknowledged that some providers have encountered problems getting their information into PECOS and announced that, for the time being, it will not implement changes that would automatically reject claims based on orders, certifications, and referrals made by providers that have not yet had their applications approved by July 6, 2010, CMS has expressly declined to delay implementation of the interim final rule as of the date of this Alert.

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San Antonio, TX –Sevocity, a division of Conceptual MindWorks, Inc. (CMI), today announced Sevocity U, its Internet-based Ambulatory Electronic Health Records (EHR) program for Regional Extension Centers (RECs), Local Extension Centers (LECs), Management Service Organizations (MSOs), Technical Colleges, Universities, Medical Schools, and other organizations needing a turn-key EHR for training.

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Under the program, educational organizations will receive free use of the fully functional Sevocity EHR for up to 20 users (teachers and students) through a demonstration clinic specifically for the educational organization.   Because Sevocity is a true Internet-based EHR, these organizations will not need to purchase, install, or maintain any servers or special software.  All that is required to access the system is a standard personal computer and an Internet connection, making student access for training and practice easy for the educator.  Sevocity U demonstration clinics will use the fully functional production version of Sevocity EHR.

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“We developed this program because we recognize the tremendous challenge Regional Extension Centers and other educators have teaching clinicians and others about Electronic Health Records in a very short period of time and with limited funding,” stated Catherine Huddle, VP of Market Development with Sevocity.   “While more standardization of EHRs is coming, today most systems have the same basic functionality.  Because Sevocity is a true Internet-based EHR and is very easy to use, it provides the ideal platform for educators providing EHR training.”

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Physician career change is the focus of the Medical Fusion conference. Non-clinical jobs, medical journalism, medical informatics, physician entrepreneurs, medical device development, and venture capital are all topics that will be covered at this exciting new event.

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Whether you are a medical resident who wants to learn about all of the possibilities available to you or a retired physician looking for entrepreneurial side ventures, this is the conference for you. Medical Fusion reports to supply the tools necessary to take your career to the next level.

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Medical Fusion is for physicians interested in exploring non-clinical career opportunities. Designed to teach physicians how to leverage their medical training and expand their careers, participants receive training from experts with practical knowledge on a variety of non-clinical subjects.

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Why Practicing Medicine is More than just a Paycheck

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Studs Turkel, in his outstanding book Working, makes the comment that work is the mechanism by which many of us get our daily bread and our daily purpose. If this is to be the case then the workplace needs to offer us something more than a paycheck. The Wilson Learning Corporation surveyed 1500 people asking “If you had enough money to live comfortably for the rest of your life, would you continue to work? Seventy percent said that they would continue to work, but 60 percent of those said they would change jobs and seek “more satisfying” work.

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Each of us has in fact been put in charge of our own careers. Our personal career management is a lifelong process. Our task is to be able to discover our place in the world where we will be able to enjoy a high level of wellness. This requires us to now assess our career, not from the eyes of the sixteen year old who initially chose the career. The career you are now pursuing needs to be compatible with your own unique skills, knowledge, personality and interests. It is important to keep in mind that no one is married to his or her job. When it comes to the workplace most of us are in dating relationships.

A Medical Career Worth Examined

As part of your examining your current medical career, answer the following questions: Why do you work? What does work mean to you? What do you want from work?

Research shows that most people work for three major reasons. The first of these is money. Not only is this necessary for our most basic needs it also serves as a means of determining our self-image. A second reason is to be with other people. Being at work enables us to belong, to be part of something beyond ourselves. We become part of a team. Some offices consider co-workers to be part of an extended family. The work setting affords us the opportunity for receiving feedback, recognition and support. The third most often given reason is that work validates us as people if we consider what we do as having meaning. “I chose the medical profession so as to make a difference.” Individuals with career success have a sense of purpose, a feeling that their work has meaning and contributes to a worthwhile cause. This is not a trick question. How well does what you do in your office every day meet your needs for money, affiliation and meaning?

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Job Purpose

Without a sense of purpose on the job the chances are that your performance while adequate will not place you in the excellent category. Therefore, it is necessary for each and every one of us to be able to succinctly answer the question, “What is the purpose of your job?” That is a tough question to answer.

As a medical professional you may have seen what you considered to be the purpose of your job radically changed due to changes in the way services are now delivered. While we cannot bring back the past we can work around the present. Think about this for a moment, “If you want something to happen make a space for it.”4 What this means that whether you remain in your current profession or move elsewhere there is a need for you to establish long-range, medium-range, short-range, mini, and micro goals.

Long Term

Long-range goals are those concerned with the overall style of life that you wish to live. Regardless of your current age these goals are necessary. Long-range goals don’t need to be too detailed, because like the federal budget surplus, changes will come along. Just as the government is making projections into the future you too need to be making projections including but not limited to retirement.

Medium Term

Medium-range goals are goals covering the next five years or so. These are the goals that include the next step in your career. These are goals over which we have control and we are able to monitor them and see whether we are on track to accomplishing them and modify our efforts accordingly.

Short Term

Short-range goals generally cover a period of time about one month to one year from now. These are goals that can be set quite realistically and we are able to see fairly quickly whether or not we are on track to reaching them. We don’t want to set these goals at impossible levels but we do want to stretch ourselves. After all, that is the reason you are probably reading this chapter.

Mini-Goals

Mini-goals are those goals covering from about one day to one month. Obviously we have much greater control over these goals than you do over those of a longer-term. By thinking in small blocks of time there is much more control over each individual unit.

Micro-Goals

Micro-goals are goals covering the next 15 minutes to an hour. These are the only goals over which you have direct control. Because of this direct control, micro-goals, even though modest in impact, are extraordinarily important, for it is only through these micro-goals that you can attain your larger goals. If you don’t take steps toward your long-range goals in the next 15 minutes, when will you? The following 15 minutes? The 15 minutes after that? Sooner or later, you have to pick 15 minutes and get going. At some point procrastination has to be put aside.5

Personal Assets Evaluation

In thinking of your goals it now becomes necessary to evaluate your personal assets. Conducting this personal inventory requires you to identify your assets as well as your shortcomings. First, look at a time in your life when you were performing at your best. What were your thoughts and feelings? How did you behave? What were you doing? Now look at the reverse when you were doing poorly. What were your thoughts and feelings at that time? How did you behave? What were you doing?

If you are like others when you were at your best you described yourself as being confident, enthusiastic, organized, relaxed, focused, in control, friendly and decisive. The flip side, when at your worst you were fearful, apathetic, messy, anxious, lacking direction, out of control, argumentative and frustrated.

As you can see the emotions when we are at our best are all positive. This leads to the conclusion that it is to our advantage to be at our best as much as possible. Being at our best derives from working in those areas where we contribute our talents to something we believe in.  As we continue our own personal inventory we need to look at our special abilities. That is, what are you good at and find easy to do. Think of the following questions. It’s not necessary to write down you answers just think about them.

  1. How would you like to be remembered?
  2. What have you always dreamed of contributing to the world?
  3. Looking back on your life, what are some of your major contributions?
  4. When people think of you, what might they say are your most outstanding characteristics?
  5. What do you really want from your life and your work?
  6. In what way may you still feel limited by the past? If so, by what?
  7. What will it take to let go of what has happened, no matter how good or bad? Are you willing to let go?
  8. How might the rut of conformity or comfort be limiting you? Why?
  9. How different do you really want life to be? Why.
  10. Have you ever stated what it is you truly desire? If no, why not?
  11. How good could stand life to be?

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Career Changers

Thinking about remaining in your present career or moving into another one is not easy. You are at the edge of a cliff and need to decide if you are going to turn back or to trust in yourself to successfully make it down to the bottom. People who are afraid of the dark lose their fear with just the slightest of a light in the room. As you have been going through this chapter you have been shining a light, however dim it may appear to you. You can see all of the items around you. The obstacles are there but with your advance knowledge you can anticipate ways to avoid them.

Personal Analysis

Having looked at and possibly re-evaluated your plans you can now do a thorough analysis of your assets. The assets requiring the most scrutiny are the following:

  1. Your talents and skills
  2. Your intelligence
  3. Your motivation
  4. Your friends
  5. Your education
  6. Your family

Your talents and skills are more than likely what has gotten you to the point you are at in your present career. For purposes of definition talents are innate, skills are acquired. Some have talent in interpersonal relations and some in artistic pursuits. Skills may be selected to complement the already present talents. It is skills that are necessary for expanding your options. As you seek out new skill areas ask yourself these questions. Do the skills provide occupational relevance? Might you be able to get others to pay you to teach them the skill? Will the skill be useful throughout life? Will the skill help you conquer new environments and gain new experiences? And, of course, Is it something you like to do?

Intelligence

Intelligence is considered to be the ability of the individual to cope with the world. Originally, intelligence focused primarily in the area of cognitive skills. Recently attention has been directed to what is called emotional intelligence, a concept that directs attention to social skills. Whether you were able to breeze through your courses in college or you truly had to work hard, earning your degrees demonstrates a better than average amount of cognitive intellectual ability. In order to maximize your brainpower, challenge yourself regularly.

Motivation

Motivation looks at how hard you are willing to work, your level of persistence, and the degree to which you want to do well. Different things motivate each of us and our personal motivators can vary from day to day. How many times have you had people say that they could not do your job? What are the activities that are attractive to you? More than likely an important motivator for you is to do something worthwhile. It has also been found that we tend to perform at about the same level as those people who are close to us. What this means is that those people with whom you work are going to have s substantial impact on your motivation.

Friends

Friends of course are invaluable assets. We use our friends as models for our own behavior. Those persons we consider friends share many of our attitudes, actions and opinions. With time we will change to be like our friends and they will change to become like us. Associating with those like us tends to temper our behavior. We try not to associate with the “wrong crowd” lest we become like them.

Education

Education needs to be ongoing. Recently, it was reported “all careers and businesses will be transformed by new technologies in often unpredictable ways. The era of the entrepreneur will make ‘boutique’ businesses more competitive with the behemoths, as mid-sized institutions get squeezed out. And medical break-throughs and the ongoing health movement will enhance-and extend-people’s lives.”[1] The implication of these changes is that new technologies often require a higher level of education and training to use them effectively and new biotechnology jobs will open up. The authors state that all the technological knowledge we work with today will represent only 1 percent of the knowledge that will be available in 2050. The half-life of an engineer’s knowledge today is only five years; in ten years, 90 percent of what an engineer knows will be available on the computer. In electronics, fully half of what a student learns as a freshman is obsolete by his or her senior year. The implication here is that all of us must get used to the idea of lifelong learning.

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Finally, family influences who and what we are and do. They can be a support group or they can be a deterrent to your goals. It is incumbent on every individual reading this chapter to consult with immediate family members at all stages of your career planning process.

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4 Campbell, D. If You Don’t Know Where You are Going You’ll Probably End Up Somewhere Else, Niles, IL: Argus Communications, 1974.

5 Campbell, D. op. cit.

[1] The Futurist, March–April 2001.

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