As a medical director, you will be responsible for providing medical oversight to the hub staff, collaborating with our partners, and leading the development of clinical practice guidelines. This includes ensuring appropriate clinical supervision of advanced practice clinicians, spearheading clinical quality and performance improvement initiatives, clinical risk management, achieving practice-level and individual patient quality outcomes, and supporting clinical best practice adoption with specific focus on providing appropriate care to frail elderly patients and furthering the integration of behavioral health and primary care services. You will provide clinical supervision to home-visiting nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and nurses who are managing members with complex physical, cognitive, and behavioral health needs as a part of an interdisciplinary care team. As a participant in your panel’s care team, you will provide clinical support to the care team, including Community Health Partners, who will serve as a member’s main point-of-contact, and leading the development of a personalized Member Action Plan (MAP). Additionally, you will participate in out-of-hours on-call duties, as well as phone availability for triage and case discussion with other clinicians on the care team.