Current license and registration to practice medicine in New York state and board certification AND either a Master’s Degree in Public Health or two years of experience in an HIV program or public health program.
Master’s Degree in in Public Health. Five years of experience including clinical service in an HIV program or clinical fellowship program (infectious diseases/HIV medicine). Experience in quality management/quality improvement. Knowledge of the HIV health care delivery system in New York State. Experience in/knowledge of the New York State Ending the Epidemic initiative. Experience in STD prevention and care, drug user health, and/or LGBT health. Experience in health policy development, analysis and evaluation. Experience with evolving health information technologies. Experience in health program management and administration.
The Medical Director, AIDS Institute, plays a significant role in shaping HIV, hepatitis C, and STD care and services, drug user health, and LGBT health care throughout New York State. The Medical Director furnishes clinical leadership and expertise to all AIDS Institute programs, including the State’s Ending the Epidemic (ETE) initiative as well as individual program areas throughout the AIDS Institute. The Medical Director also oversees the Office of the Medical Director (OMD) and directs all OMD staff and programs, including but not limited to the New York State Quality of Care Program, New York Links, the Clinical Guidelines Program, the Implementation Center for Quality Improvement (formerly known as the National Quality Center), the Clinical Education Initiative, HIV/STI/Viral Hepatitis Education and Training Services, the Oral Health Regional Resource Center, Digital Health Technology and Communications, and the Part A Quality Management Program. Reporting to the Director, AIDS Institute, and supported by clinical staff and advisors, the Medical Director ensures that all AIDS Institute programs and services are consistent with up-to-date science and clinical standards and guidelines; monitors and ensures the quality of care and services provided to persons with HIV and hepatitis C in all health care facilities in New York State and through AIDS Institute-funded programs; directs the formulation of policy related to all OMD programs; conducts and directs program planning, design, implementation and evaluation; directs the allocation of resources; supervises staff; and represents the AIDS Institute, OMD, and a broad portfolio of AIDS Institute initiatives.
Grant Funded. Management/Confidential position.
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