Visiting Physician Association - Portland

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Visiting Physicians Association, a national leader in delivering home based primary care, works with home health and hospice agencies to ensure patients receive continuity of care in the home environment. VPA in-home physicians collaborate with agencies to establish in-home treatment plans and certify the need for services. VPA partners with over 1,000 home health agencies, collaborates with independent and assisted living communities, and works with skilled nursing facilities and hospitals nationally to coordinate services and patient transitions to home care. Our experience with the IAH Demonstration and having our own ACO sets us apart as leaders in Shared Savings. 
 
We are currently looking for providers in the PORTLAND, OREGON area to join our team. Benefits include:

  • Competitive base salary and aggressive quarterly incentive pay
  • Annual ACO Shared Saving Bonus Plan
  • Comprehensive benefit package including 401K with match
  • Paid CME days, license/association dues, and in-house CME Courses
  • Up-to-date software for your tablet and phone
  • A+ rated Malpractice Coverage with tail coverage
  • Visa Sponsorship Available
  • No seeing patients at night or the weekend
  • Minimal call responsibilities
  • Low patient panel of 200 patients
  • More quality, face-to-face interaction with patients and families
  • Aprima EMR with dedicated training and support staff
  • Teamed with a medical assistant and patient care coordinator
  • Mobile diagnostic services (CAP Certified Lab and in-home X-ray)
    VPA has been in practice for over 25 years and is currently operating out of over 40 offices across 12 states. We are the largest home based primary care practice in the Nation and making a huge impact in healthcare today
    POSITION DESCRIPTION  
    Delivers primary health care and patient care management in a residential setting.
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Take history, examines, determines diagnoses, and treats scheduled patients.
  • Instructs patients/caregivers on proper medication and treatment regimens.
  • Works with Patient Care Coordinator to ensure orders and referrals are placed properly and timely.
  • Communicates with patients, caregivers, agency nurses, other providers and vendors as necessary to ensure proper diagnosis and treatment.
  • Performs all clinical duties with observing OSHA Universal Precautions.
  • Attends required meetings and in-services and participates in committees, as requested.
  • Participates in professional development activities and maintains professional licenses.