This position has been filled.
Centene serves more than 12 million members through programs and services to government sponsored healthcare programs, focusing on under-insured and uninsured individuals. Fortune Magazine has ranked Centene Corporation No. 51 in its 2019 FORTUNE 500 list of largest corporations in the United States, ranked by revenue, up from the 61st spot in 2018. The organization has been growing year-over-year and is poised for continued growth. Sunflower Health Plan has over 150K members across Medicaid, Ambetter and Allwell. Sunflower Health Plan, a subsidiary of Centene Corporation, was awarded a contract to serve Medicaid beneficiaries in Kansas.
Sunflower Health Plan, Kansas, and Centene Corporation are seeking a Medical Director of Behavioral Health to assist the Chief Medical Director in guiding and coordinating the medical management, quality improvement and credentialing functions for the business unit. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officers for Sunflower Health Plan, this leader will be involved in quality improvement, medical policy development, and utilization management. This position offers the unique ability to be part of the organization’s nationwide center of excellence for behavioral health while being part of cutting-edge changes happening in the field. In addition, Centene offers all physician leaders the ability to maintain a portion of clinical practice within the state.
Note: The Medical Director needs to work in the state of Kansas, but Sunflower Health Plan is flexible on the location within the state.
- Medical Doctor or Doctor of Osteopathy.
- Board certification by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology or the American Osteopathic Board of Neurology and Psychiatry.
- Current state medical license without restrictions.
- The candidate must be an actively practicing physician.
- Experience treating or managing care for a culturally diverse population preferred.
- Expertise in clinical and treatment, with experience in treating addition.