IU Health Physicians and IU School of Medicine seek a highly accomplished physician executive to lead this diverse and dynamic practice plan. The new President of IU Health Physicians (IUHP) will also serve as the Executive Associate Dean (EAD) for Clinical Affairs at the IU School of Medicine (IUSM), operating as the primary liaison between the health system and medical school whose faculty make up the majority of the practice plan.
This position provides an outstanding opportunity for an experienced physician executive to lead a progressive clinical organization that encompasses specialized tertiary referral, interdisciplinary primary care and community based practices. As providers of care for more than 700,000 unique patients across Indiana annually, IU Health Physicians has made substantial commitments to destination services as well as risk-based and population health models of care, including IU Health Plans and a next generation accountable care organization. With accountability to, and in close collaboration with, the IUHP Board of Directors, IUH Chief Medical Executive, and IUSM Dean, the President will maintain the vision and mission for the organization that will provide comprehensive health services to the area and region. S/he will also ensure that the vision and mission are articulated in a meaningful long-range strategic plan that contains measurable goals and objectives.
The primary leadership responsibilities of the President and EAD for Clinical Affairs include:
Overseeing the activities of the management of the Corporation and providing medical input to administrative matters;
Ensuring clinical care, both in clinic and hospital settings, provides optimal clinical outcomes, quality, and meets system goals including access and patient experience;
Working with health system partners to ensure progressive and effective patient care delivery systems with IU Health, IU School of Medicine, affiliated hospitals, and clinical departments;
Administrative leadership to practice group management team;
IUHP’s budget and planning process;
Development, ongoing update, and execution of a strategic plan for IUHP;
Advising the IUHP Board Chair and assisting in agendas for meetings of the Board;
Supporting the clinical education mission of IU School of Medicine and IU Health
Process and quality improvement;
Ensuring a positive learning and work environment;
MD or MD/PhD required
MBA, MHA, and/or Lean Six Sigma training preferred
Eligibility for licensure in Indiana
Experience managing a group practice
Credentials appropriate for an academic appointment
To learn more about this leadership opportunity or apply, visit https://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/4695. Please include (1) a letter of interest and (2) a curriculum vitae. The priority review deadline is October 31, 2017. You may send your letter and curriculum vitae to either Recruiting Consultant, Tiffany Johnson, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Director of Executive Recruitment, Lydia Ostermeier at email@example.com.
Indiana University and Indiana University Health are committed to building a building a diverse environment and supporting the professional development of ethnic minorities, women, and people with disabilities.
About IU Health Physicians / IU School of Medicine
IUHP employs 1,781 physicians and 569 advanced practice providers in 75 physician specialty groups at 175 locations across the state. 80% of Top Doctors in Indiana practice at IU Health. IU Health is nationally ranked by US News and World Report as a top healthcare provider for 19 years in a row, with 10 top 50 clinical programs, and 10 out of 10 ranked pediatric specialties. IUHP is a designated ...Accountable Care Organization (Next Generation).With nearly 6,000 faculty statewide, IU School of Medicine is the largest medical school in the US and is annually ranked among the top medical schools in the nation by US News & World Report. The school offers high-quality medical education, access to leading medical research and rich campus life in nine Indiana cities, including rural and urban locations consistently recognized for livability. The IU School of Medicine received nearly $320 million in research awards in FY 2017, including more than $122 million in NIH funding.