We have an immediate need for a direct hire, full time Medical Director in our growing centers.
Who we are?
CleanSlate is a national medical group providing treatment for the chronic disease of addiction. Our Mission is to improve the quality of life for people suffering from opioid and alcohol addictions. We're accomplishing this first through high-quality medication-assisted treatment (MAT) led by physicians and licensed medical providers in a convenient outpatient environment.
We combine this science with hands-on care, providing our patients with psychosocial support and intensive care coordination with a wide network of partners in every community.
To date, since inception, CleanSlate has treated almost 100,000 patients in over 75 centers across the country, working closely with our partners to save and change lives.
We are Warriors for Hope. We fight to save lives and help patients achieve the lives they want and deserve.
Provide high quality office-based care and treatment to patients with substance use disorder(s) with compassion and critical thinking in with accordance with current evidence-based methods and CleanSlate clinical guidelines. Oversee multiple CleanSlate centers and their clinical staff including physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants.
What we offer and perks!
Generous 20 days PTO package plus 6 paid Holidays for full time positions
401K and Roth with Company match
Affordable Medical plans for employees
Dental and Vision plans for employees
Flexible Spending Accounts for Healthcare and Dependent Care expenses
Employer contribution to the HSA
Employer Assistance Program with company paid visit allotment.
Company paid Life, AD&D, Short- and Long-Term Disability including part time employees.
Continued Education Paid Time Off 40 hours and Education Reimbursement for Providers $2500 per year.
RVU Incentive Bonus Program
STAR Approved Site (loan reimbursement program for eligible participants
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) or Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.) from a U.S. accredited institution.
Current license to practice medicine in the State where the center is located.
Current Controlled Substances Registration certificate from the Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. Department of Justice
Board Certified in Addiction Medicine preferred, Addiction Medicine Board eligibility required.
Board Certification in Occupational Medicine, Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, or Family Practice preferred.
Regional Medical Director (RMD) will provide leadership, direction and supportive medical judgment to the clinical and administrative teams.
RMD will work with the corresponding operational director for centers they have in common. In partnership he/she will ensure adherence to CleanSlate guidelines and processes and will manage the center’s clinical performance in meeting clinical goals on identified metrics including the integration of Behavioral Health Services.
RMD will work closely with Center Medical Directors, Center Clinical Directors, Center Managers, NPs, PAs, and behavioral health providers to ensure comprehensive delivery of services and quality patient care.
RMD will spend 30% of work hours devoted to direct patient care and 70% to administrative work and oversight.
RMD will be assigned to a “home” center within the area of management responsibility, which serves as RMD’s min site for direct patient care.
Direct Patient Care – 30%
RMD will sign Collaborative Agreements for Advanced Practice Clinicians for Centers without a Center Medical Director and all clinical floats assigned to their region.
Administrative and Oversight Responsibilities – 70%
Engage in community outreach to educate, advocate, and create meaningful collaborations that may establish referral sources, improve access and quality of SUD care, create new programs, and otherwise support efforts to promote recovery in communities and growth of CleanSlate
Serve as a liaison between the medical staff and corporate management.
Team with People Services, Center Managers, Center Medical Directors, and Clinical Center Directors to manage human resources related issues including recruitment, hiring, performance review and planning, corrective action plans and termination.
Ensure compliance by clinical staff with all company policies and standards regarding ethical, legal, regulatory and professional issues.
Maintain quality assurance for all clinical delivery and clinical quality issues including patient complaint resolution
Direct, review and evaluate performance of Physicians, PAs and NPs via direct observation, chart review, staff feedback, and/or other metrics related to quality and productivity
Conduct regular interdisciplinary team (IDT) meetings as needed as platform to review challenging scenarios, improve clinical and operational quality, and build team dynamics
Lead, conduct or support other processes and activities per the direction of managerial staff
Physical and Environmental Demands:
Dependent body mobility to access a standard office environment with shelves and drawers of varying heights.
Vision sufficient to read a computer screen, and printed text and handwritten documents.
Manual dexterity to operate a computer keyboard daily.
Stamina to sit and/or stand up for hours at a time.
Ability to transport, lift or carry essential work-related materials or items up to 40 pounds.
Ability to speak and hear sufficiently to communicate clearly in person and over the telephone, and in various forms of written communication.
Mental stamina for problem solving.
Ability to prioritize multiple tasks.
Ability to document, recall, and explain detailed trainings, conversation, or events, and apply oral/written instructions, as needed.
Will be required to work in an office environment and be able to travel to other site locations and applicable locations in the community.
CleanSlate Outpatient Addiction Medicine is a national medical group that provides treatment for the chronic disease of addiction using an integrated approach combining medication-assisted treatment, primary care services and behavioral health therapies to treat polysubstance use disorder and associated co-occurring disorders.