DaVita Health Solutions (DHS) is a subsidiary of DaVita Inc., a Fortune 500® company and leading provider of integrated health and kidney care services. DaVita Health Solutions offers payors and risk-bearing organizations a suite of home- and outpatient-based care programs to address the needs of their high-risk, medically complex patient populations. Its programs include physician-led house calls that extend primary care into the home with a heavy focus on palliative care and behavioral health, advanced post-acute care with employed SNFists and integrated kidney care.
DaVita Health Solutions leverages more than 15 years of experience in managing high-risk patients under at-risk and shared savings arrangements. Through its integrated kidney care division, DaVita manages the total care for more than 20,000 renal patients, of which nearly 7,000 are under at-risk arrangements, in 16 markets and several national programs.
DaVita Health Solutions is at the center of DaVita’s growth strategy for the future and is committed to transforming the healthcare landscape. DaVita has proven that delivering comprehensive and integrated care achieves the triple aim of improved patient quality of life, better patient outcomes, and lower total cost of care. To enable DaVita to achieve a vision of transforming the way care is delivered, the company is investing extensively in developing both its model of care and its team.
As DaVita Health Solutions grows and evolves, it is building a Clinical Advisory Board (CAB), tasked with providing expert and independent counsel to the DHS leadership team. The CAB will be composed of clinical and functional experts with specific expertise and a broad network, who will help DHS strengthen and communicate its value proposition.
Members of the CAB will play a part-time, advisory role. Main areas of focus will be on business development and care model/data analytics, but members may be asked to serve in a variety of capacities based on their strengths. Depending on their specific skills and interests, potential CAB members should expect to commit five to 10 days per year to DHS. Much of the work will be remote, but occasional travel to internal and external meetings within the United States will be required. CAB members will be expected to sign and abide by a confidentiality agreement, designed to safeguard DHS intellectual property and trade secrets.
- Current and unrestricted MD, DO or NP license to practice medicine.
- Preferred specialties:
- Primary Care/Geriatrics/Palliative Care, ideally with house call experience
- General Clinical Cardiology
- Psychology/Behavioral Health
- Oncology or Pharmacy
- Employed by or affiliated with a well-recognized clinical organization.
- Three to five years of experience with population health management or in a risk-bearing environment.
- Additional preferred areas of expertise:
- Data analytics
- Prior experience in post-acute or ED setting
- Risk adjustment
- Start-up experience
- Familiarity with new technology integrations