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PeaceHealth seeks VP – Medical Affairs, Columbia Network ,
Portland OR/Vancouver WA We seek a VP of Medical Affairs with
Be responsible for professional clinical oversight and support
of clinical quality, patient safety, infection prevention and
regulatory services for the PeaceHealth Columbia Network.
Provide physician leadership and partnership with medical staff
colleagues to foster an environment of quality and safety within
PeaceHealth’s clinical delivery framework in the Columbia
Act as the physician champion of a clinical excellence dyad
model, monitoring systems to support quality, creating a safe
culture and to improve patient outcomes and patient experience.
Including the development and coordination of clinical quality
improvement, adoption of new clinical quality monitoring
technologies, implementing clinical data analytic systems and
evaluating their impact on providers' practices and patient
Direct, facilitate, and coordinate physician leadership and
oversight over system-wide peer review structures, activities and
provider community relationships within our respective
Be responsible for leading, directing, and communicating
PeaceHealth’s clinical physician networks strategies with community
providers. Collaborating with the system and network Chief Medical
Officer to design and support physician network structures by
hospitals and networks.
Contribute to defining system strategic goals and ensuring goals
and objectives in area of responsibility are aligned with the
system’s strategic goals and objectives.
Be responsible for ensuring compliance with federal and state
Qualifications for the VP – Medical Affairs role include:
Graduation from an accredited medical school and complete an
accredited residency program in a medical or clinical specialty is
Completion of an MBA, MHA or secondary college education in a
business or health administration field is preferred.
Licensure as a physician in WA state is required.
Project related skills, experience leading teams for
Experience as a Board member or Staff Committee
Minimum of five years of healthcare leadership experience
Minimum five years recent clinical practice experience
Experience leading/partnering in multidisciplinary teams
Up to date knowledge of changes in healthcare, emerging clinical
methodologies and standards required.
Successful experience with redesign or process work which
includes community or medical group wide implementation
Top reasons to work for PeaceHealth:
Inclusive, Mission-driven company culture.
Providing whole person care to Alaska, Oregon and Washington
Competitive compensation and benefits.
For more information, please contact our Executive Recruiter,
Ruth Long at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Based in Vancouver, Wash., we are a not-for-profit health system
offering care to communities in Washington, Oregon, and Alaska.
PeaceHealth has approximately 17,000 caregivers, a multi-specialty
medical group practice with more than 1,200 providers and
10 medical centers serving both urban and rural communities
throughout the Northwest. Visit us online at peacehealth.org to
learn more about our mission.
See how PeaceHealth is committed to Inclusivity, Respect
for Diversity and Cultural Humility .
For full consideration of your skills and abilities, please
attach a current resume with your application. EEO Affirmative
Action Employer/Vets/Disabled in accordance with applicable local,
state, or federal laws.