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Center Physician/Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant

Company: MBI Industrial Medicine
Location: Greeley
Posted on: May 20, 2023

Job Description:

SALARY: $200-225k Plus Bonus

Founded in 1982, MBI Industrial Medicine, Inc. is an Arizona based company operating 20 full service outpatient occupational healthcare facilities in Arizona and Colorado. MBI is unique - we are the only occupational healthcare company with the sole focus of treating the injured worker. Staffed with passionate medical professionals, our mission is to provide timely, compassionate care, coupled with evidence-based practice for industry-leading results.

We're a company on the move, with plans for expansion into Nevada, Utah and New Mexico. This means new opportunities at all levels of the business! If you are looking for a rewarding career, the opportunity to work with a highly skilled team of dedicated healthcare providers, and have the desire to grow as a medical professional, apply to MBI today!


Working in coordination with the other members of the Center Leadership Team and under Direction of the State and Regional Medical Directors, the Medical Provider shall deliver the highest quality healthcare in an efficient, affordable, and caring manner. The Medical Provider drives daily center execution following the industrial athlete model, inspires colleague accountability to provide superb patient and employer experience, and is responsible for the assigned clinic's daily medical functions. The Medical Provider combines broad vision with a critical eye for internal operations and quality assurance. The Medical Provider contributes to the success of MBI's business strategy by providing deep subject matter expertise as appropriate, executing on the 13 competitive advantages, ensuring medical operations are meeting key performance indicators, inspiring clinical staff, and helping shape the company's future at the Center level.

Job duties and qualifications listed below are in addition to the "Physician" job description.

SALARY: $145-225k Plus Bonus

Patient Care/Customer Experience/Quality:

Delivers direct patient care daily, ensuring integrity of all clinical procedures, documentation, and the maintenance of up-to-date protocols, including risk management.
Ensures day-to-day execution of quality care, and customer and colleague satisfaction.
Ensures compliance with individual State Practice Act/Rules and Regulations/WC Regulations.
Utilizes Evidence Based Medicine with a focus on early intervention and patient empowerment/responsibility. Creates an appropriate treatment environment and ensures documentation and billing are clear, relevant, accurate, and thorough.
Works with Regional & State Medical Directors to manage clinical staffing, scheduling, and operations, in order to optimize patient outcomes while meeting key performance indicators.
Strives to execute Center goals to build customer loyalty. Serves at the primary contact point for Employers/Clients with questions regarding the medical care of the injured employee.
Responds quickly and professionally to requests of employer clients, including on site tours and educational presentations.
Supervises pre-employment testing program, including working with Sales and Clinic Administrator to facilitate new client set up process.

Leadership/People Development:

Leader of the Medical Provider, alongside the Center Administrator. Provides Center's clinical and quality oversight. Identifies clinical improvement opportunities and works with clinical leadership to improve.
Leverages clinical guidance for resolving provider quality issues.
Attends and co-leads weekly Clinic Leadership Team "CLT" meetings.
Assesses strengths and developmental opportunities of medical providers. Provides access to training and incentive plan information (where applicable) to enhance colleague performance.
Fosters a "community of Practice" through peer-based learning and interaction with clinical colleagues.
Provides input into the design and implementation of educational programs for patients and medical staff.
Shapes the culture of the Medical Center. Consistently recognizes individual performance and encourages progression. Motivates and inspires team to higher levels of engagement, productivity, and personal achievement. Provides regular, timely guidance/feedback.
Building trust within the clinical team, leading by example; makes choices that are consistent with MBI ethical principles; is emotionally intelligent; manages self and relationships effectively.
Facilitates resolution of interpersonal and performance issues of medical providers at the Center.
Supervision: provides peer review of junior providers including periodic chart reviews and feedback sessions that focus on maintaining the highest standards of patient care, documentation, and accurate billing/coding.

Growth and Financial Analysis:

Builds relationship with new and existing clients. Provides on site tours of the clinic and discusses the MBI model/13 competitive advantages to gain trust and grow the client base.
Reviews Center financial performance and KPI's with the CA to ensure optimal results and implement action plans, as needed.
Works with Regional and State Medical Directors regularly to understand all financial aspects of the clinics productivity (practice patterns, referrals, scheduling, patients per hour, P&L etc...).
Ensures level of service/coding is being optimized for every visit and is supported by appropriate documentation


Supervisory responsibility for all Physicians, APPs, Radiology Techs and Medical Assistants in the Center.
Supervision includes yearly written evaluations, assessment, definition, and/or modification of individual job duties of Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants
Collaboration with CA for annual reviews of Medical Assistants and X-ray Technicians.


Solid, demonstrated knowledge of the practice and application of occupational medicine. Working knowledge of laws and regulations governing rehabilitation services; of worker's compensation and clinical procedures/processes; and of diagnoses and treatment of occupational injury and disease.
Working knowledge of medical office administration and procedures. Sound administration and management skills.
Ability to instruct, teach, and correct. Confident and professional demeanor with medical providers, administrators, and clients.
MRO certification preferred

Ability to perform treadmill stress tests, preferred.Requirements


Certifications/Skills Requirements: Maintain Board Certification in primary specialty: Occupational Med, Preventive Med, Family Med, Internal Med, Emergency Med, PMR, Orthopedics (preferred, others considered)
FMCSA certified for DOT exams
Active full DEA license
Skills in exercising a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion, and decision-making to achieve organizational objectives in a rapidly changing business environment
Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate clearly and effectively both verbally and in writing
Proficient computer skills, with ability to document efficiently in the electronic health record
Customer service oriented; strong organizational skills and ability to develop relationships with staff, patients, and clients
Must maintain confidentiality
Preferred: MRO certification
Must possess & maintain State of Colorado Workers Compensation Division Level I accreditation within 14 days of hire, and Level II accreditation within six months of hire
Unrestricted Colorado Medical Licensure with no active stipulations
Perform impairment ratings according to the AMA Guide's 3rd Edition and the guidance of the Division of Workers Compensation for Colorado
Respond to written requests from insurance providers and employers in a timely fashion-Rule 6 letters should be returned same day whenever possible
Cosign charts under Division of Workers' Compensation rules for APPs in the clinic
Review and respond in writing to surveillance videos
Care for psychological injuries resulting from work place trauma/injury
Practice according to the Colorado DOWC medical treatment guidelines.


At MBI/Workwell our daily efforts to provide accessible, convenient care to people who've been injured at work is a team effort. Every employee and every role is necessary and valued. Rewarding the dedication and commitment of our employees extends beyond a paycheck. In addition to competitive salaries, we offer to full-time employees:

Many of our Centers operate M-F 8 am to 5 pm coupled with 30+ days off per year
Performance Bonus Program
Collaborative Work and Care Environment
Medical Malpractice Coverage
401 K with Employer Match
CME Allowance with Time Off
Medical Dental and Vision Coverage
Significant Personal and Professional Growth Opportunities
Colleague Referral Bonus Program

Keywords: MBI Industrial Medicine, Greeley , Center Physician/Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant, Healthcare , Greeley, Colorado

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