The Ambulatory Care Surveyor- MD Radiologist surveys ambulatory organizations throughout the United States within the full scope of the Joint Commission’s Ambulatory Programs.
What you do:
Bring expertise to customers providing imaging services in general and those seeking Advanced Diagnostic Imaging Certification.
Apply systems analysis skills and inductive reasoning skills to determine ambulatory and imaging centers' degree of compliance.
Engage health care organization staff in interactive dialogues on standards-based issues in health care.
Identify opportunities for improving compliance.
Prepare management reports that clearly link individual standards deficiencies with potential systems vulnerabilities and related organization risk points.
Effectively communicate this information to health care organization leadership in a constructive and collegial style that leads to a meaningful and inspirational customer experience.
Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy - current professional licensure in related discipline is required at the time of hire.
Board Certified with a minimum of 5 years of experience working in an ambulatory care setting.
Minimum of 3 years of direct clinical experience in one or more of the following advanced diagnostic imaging modalities: computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine/positron emission tomography.
2 years in management and/or quality improvement. Additionally, current knowledge of The Joint Commission accreditation process is required.
Experience working with an underserved population is a plus. This highly visible and challenging role requires strong interpersonal, communication and problem-solving skills, expertise in interviewing and PC proficiency
Must be able to lift 25 lbs., climb stairs, work in settings with infectious diseases.
Travel nationwide 100% of work time. Ideal candidates will have experience in a culturally diverse work environment.
Must be able to observe, in real time and without slowing or otherwise interrupting the progress of all applicable types of ongoing health care treatment (e.g., including emergency treatment, treatment during weather and other extreme situations, etc.).
Standing for long periods of time, walking lengthy distances, lifting, climbing, stooping, pulling, and pushing in to adequately inspect and observe all medical facilities, equipment and procedures.
Interested and qualified candidates, please contact