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Premise Health, the newest name in onsite healthcare – and the one with the most experience changing the way people use and pay for healthcare. Two industry pioneers – Take Care Employer Solutions and CHS Health Services – came together with an idea to create Premise Health. An idea that healthcare should be about more than treating people when they’re sick. Premise believes healthcare should be about helping people get, stay and be well. That is Premise’s mission. It’s the foundation of everything it does and has been for more than 40 years. Premise helps some of the world’s best companies keep their people at their best, with onsite health programs that align with client needs, goals and benefits strategies. Premise gives organizations new ways to manage ever-rising healthcare costs and stay ahead of the competition. In short, Premise helps people – and the organizations they work for – keep their edge, day after day.
The CMO is the senior most clinical and potentially the most strategically-minded executive of the company (as it relates to care delivery and the use of technology to advance its clinical mission) and will be a member of the Company’s senior executive team, reporting directly to the CEO. While responsible for the medical policy of the Company, there will be a substantial part of the role that is focused on product strategy and market-facing communication in the form of public presentations and industry networking. It is likely that the Office of Innovation will report to the CMO. The CMO will work closely with the CIO and IT development teams. The CMO will also act as a clinical spokesperson of the company in medical forums, develop and oversee an outside Medical Advisory Board, and maintain strategic relationships with large client counterparts. The CMO will have a National Medical reporting to him/her, and it is this National Medical Director who will oversee and lead the Company’s clinical teams that support clinical activity and policy across 500+ onsite health centers. The CMO must be a board-certified physician, with a strong passion for and a track record of strategic leadership and must have a strong background in healthcare-related technology. The CMO must have the experience and leadership skills of working effectively with multiple healthcare stakeholders.
- Board certified physician.
- MD or DO Degree.
- MBA highly desirable.
- Real passion for improving quality and medical cost.
- Proven ability in a medical leadership position for five to seven years.
- A critical thinker with solid analytical skills and understanding of healthcare data and technology trends.
- Team player and team builder and accountable for performance.