A clinical studies company is seeking a Telecommuting Safety Physician. Must be able to: Participate in investigators' meetings to provide training on adverse events reporting as required. Conduct medical assessment of all safety related data.
Attends bid defense meetings. 3+ years of experience writing pharmaceutical or health-related documents. Licensed physician. Significant clinical trial experience. Clinical practice and/or clinical research or drug safety experience. Experience using computerized systems.
Applicants must meet the following qualifications: Travel up to 25% Able to partner with other cross functional teams in selling the clinical benefits of the company’s products. Able to train physicians and hospital personnel.
Must be able to: Train physicians and hospital personnel, including OR staff. Use proprietary software to prepare pre-operative scans for use in conjunction with the company's navigation system. Provide surgeons and operating room staff with training and Clinical/Technical support.
Interacting with insurance company adjusters, attorneys, physicians, and other healthcare professionals involved. Overseeing the care of these patients. Qualifications Include: Valid Driver’s License and California Auto Insurance. California Registered Nurse license.
A healthcare company is filling a position for a Telecommute Home Care Physician. Candidates will be responsible for the following: Coordinating care plans with primary care physicians. Performing palliative care consultations in person and using telemedicine.
A healthcare solutions company is searching for a person to fill their position for a Telecommuting Physicians Clinical Solutions Customer Success Manager. Core Responsibilities Include: Maintaining a proactive cadence with customers to grow account relationship.
Establishing and maintaining professional relationships with targeted physician groups to maximize new business opportunities. Consulting with physicians, nursing as well as medical office staff to appropriately promote product and provide product and patient education.
Assist in efforts to enhance ease of use of physician portal and future services enhancements. Position Requirements Include: Ability to travel up to 50% of the time within the State of Kansas. High school diploma or GED. 1+ years of experience working with Medical Providers.
High School diploma or equivalent. AHIMA or AAPC approved credentials. At least 2 years of inpatient medical coding with ICD-9-CM / CPT & ICD-10 Knowledge of MS-DRG classification and reimbursement structures. Proficient at writing AHIMA complaint physician queries.