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Zone Medical Director provides direct medical care and population
health management to patients served by Landmark Health. This role
also provides clinical and operational oversight to a team of
advanced level practitioners and the interdisciplinary team
assigned to the zone. This role is a full-time position with the
need to work a standard Landmark schedule.
Proactive ownership for market performance against key clinical and
operational performance metrics:
• Provides clinical leadership, oversees quality and execution of
clinical operations within a defined zone.
• Provides medical care to a panel of patients of the highest
• Transitions high acuity patients back to longitudinal providers
as the patient’s condition improves.
• Acts as a consultative physician focused on stabilizing the
frailest and most vulnerable patients within the population.
• Provides on-call coverage to meet the needs of the market
• Provides real time supervision of Urgentivist Extenders
(paramedics, LPN’s/LVN’s as needed)
• Supports advanced level practitioners with in-person or
telephonic clinical consultations.
• Oversees the application of specific measurements of quality and
ensure that all providers consistently meet thresholds.
• Supports implementation of centrally-led initiatives and develops
market-led improvement initiatives.
• Provides mentorship to clinical team members and conducts regular
1:1s to proactively provide performance feedback.
• Recruits providers and pod leaders, ensuring the pursuit of
talent with the appropriate mix of clinical skills and behavioral
qualities to retain a high performing team.
• Participates in local market branding and recruiting activities
• Assists Regional Medical Director with talent retention; holds
performance discussions and provides growth opportunities for team
• Assists Regional Medical Director in developing and enhancing
community relationships with hospitals, PCPs, community acute care,
SNF, LTC and ALF facilities.
• Serve as an advocate for the team with community providers when
escalation is necessary and ensure appropriate resolution.
• Develop a community-based Physician Advisory Board at the zone
level and hold quarterly meetings.
Current, valid, non-sanctioned, non-restricted license to practice
medicine in the state
Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Geriatrics sub-specialty or
Family Practice [Board Eligible for up to one year if new
Ability to meet all Landmark Credentialing Requirements
Extensive experience in providing medical care to geriatric
Familiarity with Medicare Guidelines
Familiarity with CPT and ICD-9 codes as related to billing
Malpractice profile meets Landmark’s risk guidelines.
Minimum of four (4) years clinical experience, home-based care
Knowledge of clinical standards of care.
Awareness about UM standards, NCQA requirements, CMS guidelines,
Milliman guidelines, and Medicaid/Medicare contracts and benefit
systems is helpful.
Medical Doctorate or Doctorate of Osteopathy required
Board Certified or Board Eligible in Internal Medicine, Geriatrics
sub-specialty or Family Practice or Emergency Medicine
Current updated DEA
Access to reliable transportation to
conduct patient visits required; if you are driving a
vehicle, you must comply with all the terms of the Landmark Motor
Vehicle Safety policy
Must be board certified at the time of hire or able to obtain board
certification during the eligible timeframe (5 years following
completion of residency or other training)
In order to work with potentially vulnerable patient
populations and to keep employees healthy while caring for
patients, all patient-facing employees of Landmark must provide
evidence of the following required immunizations/vaccinations as a
condition of employment: TB, MMR, Tdap, and Influenza. Declinations
may be accommodated based on your medical history, an allergy or
religious beliefs. Please immediately contact HR if you wish to
apply for an exemption from our vaccination requirements so that we
may determine if you qualify for an