PHYSICIAN, PSYCHIATRY - CHILD AND ADOLESCENT

Date: Sep 22, 2022

Location: Indianapolis, IN, US, 46202

Organization: HHC

 Division:Eskenazi Medical Group  

Sub-Division: EMG -Employee  

Req ID:  14539 

 

Schedule: Full Time 

Shift: Any 

 

EMG is affiliated with Eskenazi Health and employs physician and advanced practice providers who support the Eskenazi Health system. A multi-specialty provider group, it strives to be a leading primary care provider serving all patients regardless of ability to pay or condition of health while advancing medicine through teaching and research.

Eskenazi Health is one of American's largest safety net health systems with more than 1 million outpatient visits each year. Partnering with the Indiana University School of Medicine, Eskenazi Health serves as the public hospital division of the Health & Hospital Corporation of Marion County, Indiana. In addition to the 327-bed hospital located on its downtown Indianapolis campus, Eskenazi Health provides services at 10 federally qualified health care centers and multiple mental health sites and residential facilities located throughout Indianapolis. Eskenazi Health is accredited by The Joint Commission and has been highlighted as one of the nation's 150 best places to work by Becker's Hospital Review for four consecutive years.

Indianapolis offers affordable housing, excellent schools and a wealth of entertainment options, including a variety of amateur and professional sports teams, dynamic museums, live theater productions, symphony and opera concerts, a wide variety of shopping options and restaurants, and numerous outdoor festivals, as well as the famous Indy 500 race each May.

JOB SUMMARY/DESCRIPTION:

 

An Eskenazi Health Center Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist engages in patient care and clinical leadership in professional ethical manners consistent with the goals and objective of Eskenazi Health Centers, Eskenazi Health and Eskenazi Medical Group. The primary function of this position is evaluation and management services of patients under the age of 18, though at times the provider may see adult patients as well. This position includes delivering care in a collaborative care model with primary care when appropriate collaborative agreements with Advanced Practice Providers. Additional aspects may include research activities, contributing to the education of a variety of learners, and participating in administrative roles. 

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

 

  1. Directs clinical service activities
    1. Diagnose mental illness/addictions consistent with the most recent version of the DSM
    2. Initiate and review the efficacy of ongoing treatment of patients, including medication, psychotherapies, laboratory monitoring, and treatment plans in accordance with organizational, state, and national standards of care.
    3. Determine necessity of care and level of care, which includes clinical risk management evaluations.
    4. Review and sign treatment plans, providing additional recommendations as necessary.
    5. Complete necessary medical documentation in consistent and timely manner in accordance with organizational policies and procedures.
    6. Provide consultation.
    7. Perform medical screening and evaluations of patients.
    8. Evaluate need for and order seclusion and/or restraints.
    9. Provide documentation and/or testimony to legal entities to initiate, maintain, or determine the course of treatment for patients.
    10. Modify treatment to ensure adequate care appropriate to the age and gender of patients, their cultural background, and other pertinent personal circumstances that may affect patient care.
    11. Make appropriate referrals to clinical services needed for psychiatric treatment that are unavailable at Eskenazi Health Center or Eskenazi Health, and take action to assist in facilitating these.
  2. Provides services at agreed upon clinic and location(s) and participates in overnight, weekend, and holiday call as assigned.
  3. Maintains service provisions standards as outlined by the CEO of Eskenazi Health Centers, the Chief of Psychiatric Services, and Chief Medical Officer of Eskenazi Health Centers.
  4. Collaborates with all areas of Eskenazi Health and service providers to optimize clinical outcomes.
  5. Complies with all regulatory directives.
  6. Participates in ongoing professional performance review discussions.

 

ASSOCIATED JOB DUTIES:

 

  1. Leadership Activities
    1. Participate in Medical Staff Meetings, ongoing administrative meetings, and clinical/team meetings to support achieving the goals of the organization.
    2. Maintain a flexible schedule as necessary to meet the needs of patients, staff, and the organization.
    3. Uphold the Mission and Values of Eskenazi Medical Group and Eskenazi Health.
    4. Adhere to the Policies and Procedures as outlined in the Medical Staff By-Laws, Eskenazi Health Center’s Policies and Procedures, Eskenazi Health Policies and Procedures Manuals, and Eskenazi Medical Group Policies.
    5. Perform other duties as assigned.

 

  1. Administrative and Review Activities
    1. Participates in the development, the implementation, and the evaluation of standards of care; of policies and procedures; and methods of patient care and service provision.
    2. Participates in the performance review of coworkers as appropriate
    3. Notifies Eskenazi Health Center Administration, and Legal Services as appropriate, of unexpected outcomes and potential complications surrounding patient care.
  2. Educational Activities
    1. Formal and informal provision of clinical supervision and professional development to students, residents, advanced practice providers (APPs), and all staff members. This may involve role modeling, informal discussions, formal presentations, collaborative agreements, case reviews, direct regular clinical supervision, and/or collaborative agreements with APPs.
    2. Participate in live and/or online educational activities necessary to maintain privileging and as determined necessary.
  3. Scholarly Activities
    1. May design and implement research studies in area of expertise, coordinating and certifying with all required regulatory bodies including the Sandra Eskenazi Mental Health Center Research Oversight Committee.
    2. May present clinical information and research findings at local, regional, and national meetings.
    3. May publish educational material, journal articles, books, and other print or online material to enhance clinical care and services.
    4. May participate in professional organizations, community service activities, and affiliate with the IUSOM Department of Psychiatry.

 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Supervises students and residents and other trainees at EHC as assigned by the CPE or Medical Director.

 

SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED:

 

  • Committed to EMG’s mission and values.
  • Demonstrates a philosophy of collaboration and teamwork; an appreciation of the importance of the clinical team, and what nursing, patient care departments and operations brings to the patient care endeavor, and the strength of that clinical partnership.
  • The ability to understand and mediate the concerns of others.
  • Is adaptable and promotes the concepts of people working together versus individual performance.
  • Demonstrates commitment to the underserved.
  • Ability to assess system and patients’ needs and function autonomously to develop and implement programs to improve patient care.
  • Demonstrates leadership abilities by serving as a mentor to influence patient outcomes.
  • Ability to review/critique pertinent research literature related to specialty areas and promotes evidence based practices to improve patient care.
  • Demonstrates excellent communication skills related to team development, group process, conflict management and negotiations.

 

  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE:

 

  1. Graduation from accredited medical school
  2. Completion of residency in psychiatry, with completion of fellowship in Child & Adolescent psychiatry
  3. Ongoing CME activity necessary to maintain privileging, board certification and maintenance, and subspecialty status
  4. Knowledge base:
  • Knowledge of DSM criteria for mental illness/addiction, latest edition
  • Knowledge and ability to perform diagnostic psychiatric interviews, basic physical exams, order and interpret relevant laboratory finding
  • Knowledge of risk assessments and legal procedures such as emergency detentions, commitments, Duty to Warn, and notifications of CPS/APS when indicated
  • Knowledge of detoxification protocols and medication assisted treatments for substance use disorders
  • Knowledge of clinical care boundaries, as well as therapeutic and legal issues related to clinical discharge from care
  • Knowledge of principles of individual, group, couples and family therapy
  • Knowledge and ability to perform billing procedures
  • Knowledge of HIPPA guidelines and their implementation
  • Knowledge of computer skills including the use of email, Microsoft Word and Excel, internet use, and use of electronic medical records including e-prescribing
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  1. Must be able to meet and maintain current Eskenazi Health credentialing and privileging requirements.
  2. Indiana State Medical License in good standing, with associated CSR
  3. DEA certification; X-DEA waiver if appropriate for clinical setting
  4. Medicare, Medicaid, and NPI provider numbers

Eskenazi Health has been named to Becker's Hospital Review's 2018 list of "150 Great Places to Work In Health Care."  This is the 3rd year in a row now that EH has received this honor.  

https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/lists/150-top-places-to-work-in-healthcare-2019.html 


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