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Emory Healthcare/Emory University Pain Center Division Director in Atlanta, Georgia

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Emory Pain Division Director

Job Purpose: To aid the Department in leading the medical practice of the Department’s Pain Division

Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities: The Division Director will:

  • Aid and advise the Chair and Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs in all patient care-related aspects of developing and maintaining clinical services of the Pain Division,

  • Work with Operations Chief to ensure all clinical sites are adequately staffed

  • Work with Chair and Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs to determine appropriate areas to expand outpatient clinics, interventional locations and services,

  • Work with Operations Chief to establish collaborative Departments to expand the Clinic locations and Interventional Pain Divisions,

  • Ensure members of the Division maintain current knowledge and contemporary practice of Pain Medicine. Ensure Division’s clinical team has skills to manage specialized, individual patient care of patients with complex pain conditions using a wide variety of pharmacologic, interventional and non-interventional techniques,

  • Work with the Director of Interventional Pain Therapies to ensure members of the Division maintain skills and are trained in relevant emerging therapies

  • Work with Director of Cancer Pain to maximize collaboration with cancer related medical specialties

  • Work with Director of Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain to facilitate clinical care for regional anesthesia and acute pain service across all of the clinical sites,

  • Work with Pain Research Leadership Team to develop and cultivate research within the Pain Division

  • Work with Multidisciplinary Pain Fellowship Program Director to ensure faculty are engaged in the education of Pain Fellows. Work with the rotation director to ensure faculty are engaged in the education of residents on their pain rotation

  • Work with Administrator to manage the Division’s Financial performance,

  • Serve as a resource for faculty and provide guidance in clinical care,

  • Provide faculty mentoring, including assistance with promotion planning and annual CCPR reviews, giving faculty actionable feedback

  • Manage human resource issues in consultation with the department’s Director of Human Resources, Chair, and Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs,

  • Participate in physician recruitment and recommend candidates to the Chair,

  • Work closely with Quality Officer and Vice Chair for Quality to improve quality outcomes and patient satisfaction,

  • Work with the Operations Chief and clinical staff to improve the Department’s compliance with CMS and other relevant regulations,

  • Work with the Administrator and, when asked, the Office of Compliance to ensure billing compliance,

  • Contribute to the formulation of policy and strategy of the department as requested by the Chair,

  • Provide reports to the Office of the Chair when requested.

Time Allocation: The Director will receive 20% nonclinical time to fulfill the requirements of the post at the discretion of the Chair.

Report: The Division Director reports to the Office of the Chair and will meet with the Chair or the Chair’s designee upon the request of either party.

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Job Number 86419

Job Type Regular Full-Time

Division School Of Medicine

Department SOM: Anesthesiology: Admin

Campus Location (For Posting) : City Atlanta

Location : Name Emory Hospital Midtown

This position may involve the following Health and Safety issues: Working with human blood, body fluids, tissues, or other potentially infectious materials.

Required Documents Cover letter, Letter of Interest, List of References