Anyone want a new job? I recently received this email:
Accenture Health delivers a wide range of healthcare solutions—from health information management and electronic medical records to clinical transformation and health analytics. Our solutions are backed by real-world experience, business and clinical insights and innovative technologies. Accenture Health helps organizations around the world use knowledge in new ways for more effective, efficient and affordable healthcare with Insight Driven Health.
From physician groups and community hospitals to academic medical centers, healthcare providers have opportunities to deliver better healthcare. Taking advantage of new technologies and using innovative care delivery models, healthcare providers can use knowledge in new ways to deliver more effective, efficient and affordable healthcare with Insight Driven Health.
We are currently seeking a Clinical Optimization Physician to work in our Management Consulting Practice.
Some of the highlights of this role include:
Advise on the improvement of clinical performance (cost and quality) through the use of information technology, process improvement and business model changes for health systems
Act as the translator between physicians, clinicians and IS across the continuum of care.
Educate, engage and support physicians and other users of clinical information systems.
Some basic qualifications for this role include:
0-5 years of clinical experience (after MD)
Ability to travel up to 100%
What the hell is a Clinical Optimization Physician? Isn’t this another term for Industrialized Medicine Consultant? How about Cattle Prodding Manager? Or Assembly Line Organizer? Please feel free to add some more to the comment section below.Tweet