PursueCare is recruiting a Psychiatry Medical Director of to join our growing team!
Why our Clinicians love PursueCare
Work Hard, Have Fun, Help Save Lives. PursueCare is a mission-driven, patient-focused company that provides compassionate, judgment-free addiction recovery and behavioral health care to patients via telehealth. Our inclusive and inspiring company culture empowers employees to be the best version of themselves. You will be working with motivated people in a challenging and professional environment and your leadership will have a meaningful impact on patients’ lives. PursueCare fosters a collaborative and positive workplace, centered around optimizing patient care.
The Medical Director of Psychiatry works closely with the Chief Medical Officer and Director of Quality/Clinic Operations in developing and implementing the overall clinical services, operations, and objectives. In this dual role the Medical Director also provides direct patient care, thus adheres to two job descriptions: they are (1) physician job description and (2) Medical Director job description.
Overarching responsibilities are supervising providers, ensuring risk management and quality of care, and developing and implementing all other medical aspects of the clinic operations; (2) provide leadership and organization to implement PursueCare’s goals and objectives for medical and clinical operations; and (3) provide strategic input to planning and evaluation process for the organization.
Responsibilities for Medical Director
Qualifications for Medical Director
PursueCare brings virtual evidence-based addiction treatment for opioids, alcohol, and other substance use disorders to patients through a smart phone application. PursueCare offers a low-barrier transitional digital addiction treatment program particularly beneficial for those experiencing significant barriers to in-person care. Through the app, patients can access doctors who prescribe Medically-assisted Treatment (“MAT”), counselors and therapists, psychiatric care providers, at-home screening, supporting resources and a pharmacy that can ship medications directly to the patient. We partner with health systems, community health partners, employers, and health plans. Patients can also seek treatment without a referral. We are Joint Commission-accredited and maintain the highest standards for clinical excellence, while continually innovating how care is provided to vulnerable populations. PursueCare is available in Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia, and all of New England, with national expansion plans. For more information, visit www.pursuecare.com.
We offer qualifying employees flexible paid time off to allow our team members to properly recharge, competitive pay, bonus opportunities, comprehensive health benefits and a 401K with company contributions.
PursueCare is headquartered in Middletown, CT with satellite locations in different regions. We offer work-from-home/remote opportunities for certain positions, based upon being able to meet the core competencies and requirements for the position from a home office. We pledge to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and pay living wages.