IOM Clinical Manager, Northern CA (Bay area or Sacramento)

We have a unique clinical management opportunity for an IOM professional in Northern CA.  Would you enjoy utilizing your management skills to oversee and guide a team of highly advanced professionals?  Do you enjoy the lifestyle and moderate weather of the Bay area?

Position details and requirements:

  • Clinical Requirements: Minimum of 5 year of clinical IOM experience and 2+ years of management experience. (PhD or Masters degree highly preferred due to team composition).
  • Environment: Core team of 6 IOM professionals that have developed a wonderful bond with the surgeons to create a pleasant and non-confrontational environment; All surgeries monitored remotely by a board-certified neurologist. The team is spread across the SF Bay region and surrounding areas.  Most team members are PhD’s, so the knowledge base is advanced.
  • Management Duties (summary): Oversee diverse technical team (scheduling, reporting on metrics, overseeing quality scores, performance improvement, collaboration with the business development team, delivery of quarterly reports on accounts – this includes volume, case mix, outstanding balances due, and any alerts of relevance.
    • Lead quarterly meetings (communicate vision, tasks, and deliverables)
    • Perform some OR work, but limited and “with a purpose” – Typically to evaluate techs and/or be the face of the region for complex or challenging accounts
  • Travel:  Some regional commuting across Northern CA can be expected.
  • Case Breakdown: 75% spine, 25% complex craniotomies and ENT cases.
  • Location: Northern CA (Candidates may live in the Bay area or Sacramento)
  • Compensation: $120k with + 10% performance bonus + full benefits package + Relocation (if needed). A robust corporate healthcare plan (100% of premiums paid) is included along with a 401k plan with a 5% match.
  • Extras:  The company is developing patent pending technologies that will be discussed during the interview process.  This is designed to get the surgeon more involved in the IOM process.
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