The Enterprise Coding Provider Educator is responsible for auditing OHSU Providers' and Residents' professional services documentation and coding, and supports the Providers, Departments and Divisions, Integrity, and Enterprise Coding in ensuring quality and accurate reporting of patient care and provider work through education, training, monitoring and feedback. This position works to ensure accurate and compliant documentation and coding standards are being consistently met.
The Enterprise Coding Provider Educator researches and evaluates coding and documentation regulations and guidelines and works in alignment with Integrity and Enterprise Coding to create and deliver consistent and compliant education and training to Providers, Residents, departments and divisions.
This level 3 coding positions provides support to the Enterprise Coding Department for coding highly specialized services. This position covers requires advanced coding experience in highly specialized areas of coding, and requires certification with AAPC or AHIMA.
- For Facility Services coding positions: Depending on the posted job need, this position is responsible for reviewing clinical documentation and applying the correct coding and modifiers to Inpatient records; Day Surgery/Observation surgical services; and/or other highly specialized services such as Orthopedic, Urology, General Surgery. This position ensures that the documentation is in compliance with Medicare/Medicaid billing regulations, and provider documentation guidelines, CPT documentation and CMS coding guidelines. This position provides support to the Enterprise Coding Department for abstracting of records, coding, and charge router submission of Facility services rendered at OHSU
- Responsible for meeting performance standards set for accurate and timely submission of charges and coding for professional and facility services rendered at OHSU.
- Working in collaboration with Enterprise Coding Leadership and billing departments, provide technical expertise regarding a broad range of third party payer and reimbursement issues
- Orient peer coders or new hires to specified coding assignments
- Requires maintaining an hourly productivity standard and quality standards as set by Enterprise Coding and based on Industry Standards
- Will require attendance of Enterprise Coding and Clinical Department meetings via conference call and WebEx.
- Coding Work Queue assignment will vary based on business needs or management assignment.
- Promote the mission of the Knight Cardiovascular Institute through our Professional Standards of Customer Service, Reliability, Productivity, Professionalism, Accuracy, Timeliness, and Problem-Solving
- Personnel Management including supervision, performance management, disciplinary action, coaching, team building, delegation of tasks and defining specific roles and responsibilities
- Recruitment of all clinical research staff at KCVI
- Design and implement an education and onboarding program to support of staff
- Operations Management
- Collaborate with KCVI Clinical Leaders to establish program goals
- Advise on clinical trial portfolio development and provide recommendations towards trial selection
- Develop and manage industry sponsors relationships, trail recruitment methods and goals, staffing structures and needs, navigation of central OHSU clinical research services and financial goal setting
- Operations Oversight of clinical trial conduct including personnel management and clinical trials operations
- SOPs and Process Improvement
- Resource Allocation
- Clinical Research and Clinical Practice Interface
- Clinical Trials Reporting
- Financial Management in collaboration with KCVI Department Administrator and Clinical Trials Medical Director
- Develop KCVI Clinical Trials program annual budget
- Forecast clinical trial performance ad future resource planning
- Analyze clinical trials financial reporting and budgetary data
- Manage KCVI Clinical Trials Spark Program
- Strategic Planning and Program Development in collaboration with KCVI Clinical Trial Medical Director, Department Administrator, and Division Chief:
- Develop strategic internal and external relationships with OHSU Clinical research leaders, industry sponsors. AMCs and clinical organizations/vendors
- Create visibility for KCVI Clinical Trials Programs through participation in national strategic initiatives/clinic research focused conferences
- Develop and facilitate strategic initiatives
**New hires are eligible for up to a $1,500 hiring bonus**
The Equipment Processing Technician is expected to acquire an understanding of the regulations, guidelines and departmental standard operating procedures pertaining to the care and use of laboratory animals.
The Equipment Processing Technician 1 performs routine duties associated with sanitation, preparation, maintenance and sterilization of caging and equipment used for housing over 50,000 research animals. The Equipment Processing Technician 1 also has responsibilities including laundry, housekeeping, stocking supplies, transport and delivery of laboratory animals, caging and equipment.
The Director of Adult Blood & Marrow Transplantation shall lead all aspects of the BMT program including education, research, and clinical programming. The Adult BMT Director will report to the Head of the Division of Hematology and Medical Oncology. Anticipated institutional collaborative efforts for managing the BMT program will include efforts with the Doernbecher Pediatric BMT Program leader, OHSU Cellular Therapy Program Leader, Hematology & Oncology Division Medical Director, the OHSU Hematology & Oncology Division Quality Director, OHSU Vice President for Oncology Services, as well as members of other Knight Cancer Institute leadership team, to design and execute strategic initiatives. The BMT Director will serve as the Program Director for hematopoietic cellular therapy in accordance with FACT-JACIE Standards. The BMT Director may delegate specific duties to other faculty leaders in support of the BMT program.
- Clinical Operations. Per FACT-JACIE Standards for Hematopoietic Cellular Therapy: The BMT Director will provide leadership for:
- Administrative and clinical operations, including serving as Medical Director of the Northwest Marrow Transplant Program, coordinating care between Doernbecher Children’s Hospital and Legacy-Good Samaritan Hospital teams, and to maintain compliance with FACT standards and other regulations and policies.
- Active management of the clinical program, including quality management, selection and care of recipients and donors, and cell collection and processing. Focus on achieving and maintaining national quality measures is a major focus as well as assuring Center of Excellence status with external payers.
- Oversight of the medical care provided by members of the clinical program, including verification of the knowledge and skills of members.
Currently, shared direction is planned for the OHSU Hematopoietic Cellular Therapy and the Immune Effector Cell therapy programs.
- Research. The BMT Director will work with the BMT team faculty, along with members of the Knight Cancer Institute clinical research management team, to ensure a broad portfolio of research, including translational research studies and clinical trials. Clinical trials will include institutional investigator initiated studies, as well as those sponsored by pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies as well as to ensure active participation in the BMT Clinical Trials Network and other cooperative groups. Ongoing commitment to maintaining institutional data base and registry will assure ongoing clinical research efforts.
- BMT Clinical Trials Network
- SWOG/ NCTN
- Operations and Finance. The BMT Director will work with the OHSU Hospital Transplant Manager, with the Hematology & Oncology Division and Knight Cancer Institute to develop and execute strategies for focused program areas of excellence and growth and to allocate program-specific resources, including:
- Faculty recruitment and team expansion
- Knight strategic planning
- Value Stream Management
- Marketing and community outreach
- CIBMTR registry
- Education and Faculty Development. The BMT Director will work with other senior BMT team members, to maintain a structure for orientation and continuing education for all program members, including faculty physicians and APPS, fellows and residents, nursing, and pharmacy. The BMT Director will meet with individual faculty to monitor and support their professional development and advancement.. The BMT director will actively recruit faculty to develop the clinical and research programs and will engage in faculty building, retention and development opportunities.
- Annual faculty reviews
- APP leadership meetings
- Internal and external educational conferences
- Assure FACT annual educational targets are
BMT Program leadership roles: The following faculty leadership roles are in place or may be created. Collaborative management is anticipated and necessary where these positions will work directly with the BMT Director to effectively implement the program.
- Pediatric Clinical Program Director (joint NWMTP)
- Adult Legacy Good Samaritan Clinical Program Director (joint NWMTP)
- BMT Program Quality Medical Director
- Adult Marrow Collection Facility Medical Director
- Pediatric Marrow Collection Facility Medical Director
- Apheresis Collection Facility Medical Director
- Cell Therapy Facility Medical Director
- Clinical Director, BMT Program
- Director of Research, BMT
- Program Leader, Immune effector cellular therapy
Accountability for assessing Adult BMT program success and to establish prospective Adult BMT program targets will be assessed annually with Hematology & Oncology Division, OHSU hospital and Knight Cancer Institute leaderships.
It is anticipated the position will be made up of the following components: Clinical, teaching research/academic, and inpatient service.
Dr. Agarwal and her team for over past 15 years focusing on identifying novel signaling pathways that are requisite for leukemia initiation, clonal evolution, and drug resistance. This position will be a hybrid between wet lab and computational disciplines, with a dedicated mentorship in both areas. The new team member will help lead the project focused on understanding the mechanisms of leukemia initiation and drug resistance in a context dependent manner. The project will use variety of advanced molecular biology techniques, CRISPR methods along with single cell transcriptomic, epigenetic, and genomic profiling in premalignant and malignant models using murine and human cells in vitro and in vivo. The candidate should also be able to perform complex data analysis, along with downstream analyses using computational approaches. Applicants will need to possess strong technical and organizational skills as well as the ability to manage an independent project.
A PhD and 1-2 years of post-graduate research experience in the relevant field. They are likely to have deep expertise in a singular area of focus but may also have worked as boundary spanners across multiple fields. Laboratory and/or computational experience in the field of molecular/cellular biology, cancer biology or a related field is preferred. Experience with sequencing library preparation, epigenetics, flow cytometry, or murine models of disease would be especially beneficial. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Achieving this position requires that the researcher have demonstrated a satisfactory track record of scholarly activity including high-quality peer-reviewed publications. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who is capable and willing to make maximum use of excellent facilities and a productive environment.
The OHSU Knight Cancer Institute is a pioneer in personalized cancer treatment and research, led by Dr. Brian Druker, whose development of Gleevec transformed Chronic Myeloid Leukemia from a fatal disease to a manageable one and proved that targeted therapies can work. The institute focuses on precision oncology, the early detection, prevention, and treatment of cancer, and creating a welcoming and supportive environment for its caregivers, researchers, and support personnel. Knight affiliates subscribe to three guiding principles: we are bold, we are supportive, and we work as a connected team in our fight to end cancer as we know it. We’d love for you to join us!
Relevant publications for the position are below:
- Yang F, Long N, Anekpuritanang T, Bottomly D, Savage JC, Lee T, Solis-Ruiz J, Borate U, Wilmot B, Tognon C, Bock AM, Pollyea DA, Radhakrishnan S, Radhakrishnan S, Patel P, Collins RH, Tantravahi S, Deininger MW, Fan G, Druker B, Shinde U, Tyner JW, Press RD, McWeeney S, Agarwal A*. Identification and prioritization of myeloid malignancy germline variants in a large cohort of adult AML patients. Blood. 2022, 139(8): 1208-1221 PMC9211447, *Corresponding author. Prospective in ASH Clinical News, Selected for Podcast and Commentary in Blood 2022.
- Kurtz S, Eide CA, Kaempf A, Long N, Bottomly D, Nikolova O, Druker BJ, McWeeney SK, Tyner JW, Agarwal A.Associating Ex Vivo Drug Sensitivity with Differentiation Status Identifies Effective Drug Combinations for Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Blood Advances 2022, 6(10): 3062-3067.
- Hosseini MH, Kurtz SE, Abdelhamed S, Mahmood S, Davare, MA, Kaempf A, Elferich J, McDermott JE, Liu T, Payne SH, Shinde U, Rodland KD, Mori M, Druker BJ, Singer JK, Agarwal A. Inhibition of interleukin-1 receptor-associated kinase-1 is a therapeutic strategy for acute myeloid leukemia subtypes. Leukemia. 2018, 32(11):2374-87. PMC6558520
- Carey A, Edwards D, Eide C A, Newell L, Traer E, Medeiros B, Pollyea DA, Deininger MW, Collins R, Tyner J W, Druker B J, Bagby G C, McWeeney S, Agarwal A*. Identification of interleukin-1 by functional screening as a key mediator of cellular expansion and disease progression in acute myeloid leukemia. Cell Reports. 2017, 18(13):3204-18. PMC5437102
- Agarwal A, Bolosky BJ, Wilson DB, Eide CA, Olson SB, Fan G, Druker BJ. Differentiation of leukemic blasts is not completely blocked in acute myeloid leukemia. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2019, 116(49):24593-24599. PMC690050. * Co-corresponding Author- Highlighted in “In This Issue PNAS”.
- Bottomly D, Long N, Schultz AR, Kurtz SE, Tognon CE, Johnson K, Abel M, Agarwal A……. et al; Integrative Analysis of Drug Response and Clinical Outcome in Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Cancer Cell 2022, in press (collaborative manuscript)
This position will participate in the clinical audiology program that serves both adult and pediatric patient populations. Services may include, but not be limited to pure tone audiometry, speech audiometry, electrophysiological assessments, including ABR, OAE, and vestibular testing. Hearing Aid fitting, outside audiograms, cochlear implant evaluations and follow up care including aural rehabilitation, lip reading, and referral to appropriate education and community agencies will be done to ensure maximum benefit from assistive devices.
This position will engage in research by participating in clinical trials and database management of information. Participation in outreach programs directed to health professionals, patients, families, and the general public. In addition, will provide rehabilitation services.
The Sr. Regulatory Project Manager is responsible for carrying out all regulatory components of clinical research studies in support of the mission of the SMMART Clinical Trials program within Precision Oncology and Knight Cancer Institute.
The Sr. Regulatory Project Manager is responsible for carrying out the oncology study start-up process, including the tracking of oncology clinical trials start-up metrics, communicating with all start-up process owners and participants, consent form development, CRRC and IRB submissions and all communications/ responses, CTRP registration workflows, flowsheet updates, and VIA Oncology updates. In collaboration with the PI and study team, they will assist in the development of the protocol and protocol-related documents (e.g. informed consent forms, study tools, lab manuals, CRRC and IRB communications/responses, IND applications, essential regulatory documents, CTRP registration, eCRIS builds), and feasibility assessments.
The Sr. Regulatory Project Manager is also responsible for carrying out all regulatory tasks that must be completed over the lifetime of the oncology clinical research studies they support, including but not limited to the processing of protocol amendments, investigator brochures and safety reports, consent form updates, and applications for continuing approvals.
The Sr. Regulatory Project Manager will have and maintain a working knowledge of FDA, DHHS and other agency guidelines that govern clinical research. Excellent organizational, interpersonal and writing skills are required. Ability to clearly organize and/or adapt to multiple priorities and tight deadlines at one time is necessary. Attention to detail, strong understanding of the scientific method, project management, customer service, and critical judgment skills are essential. Requires limited supervision; innovation and problem solving required; facilitates the conduct of clinical research studies with excellent understanding and communication of study protocol requirements; excellent time management.
- Procedures in the EP lab, inpatient consults, managing the inpatient EP service in conjunction with APPs and fellows, EP clinic, supervising device clinic, and reading ECGs and ambulatory monitors, as well as developing and growing specific areas of clinical interest.
- Additionally, there will be outreach opportunities, as assigned by the chiefs of EP and cardiology. This position will also share in the EP call coverage, as well as the teaching of EP and cardiology fellows, residents, and medical students.
- Develop investigative interests
- Administrative support is available for grant submission, financial management and clinical trials support. Please share your research interests during the interview process.
- OHSU is a teaching institution and as a faculty member, you are expected to provide mentorship and direction to students, residents, fellows and staff. The Graduate Program Director will provide any official assignments. The chief educational focus in the EP section is the EP fellows. In our two year program, the total of 3 fellows rotate between the university and the VA, and finish as complete electrophysiologists.
- Administrative duties may be assigned to you in support of Institute or section initiatives, faculty development and/or other activities as determined necessary.
- Under direct supervision, primarily performs basic research or lab activities similar to a Research Assistant 1 or Lab Aide*
- This position will support all CEDAR research by maintaining CEDAR laboratories, supplies, and assisting in research activities. Responsibilites include:
Collect laboratory dishes and operate diswasher and autoclave as necessary
Assist CEDAR Lab Operations team with the following:
- Facility or equipment maintenance
- Supply inventory and management
- Cleaning shared lab spaces
- Other tasks as deemed appropriate
As a Research Assistant 2, you will be part of collaborative project teams focusing on advancing early cancer detection. Under general supervision, you will support CEDAR research by maintaining CEDAR laboratories, supplies, and assisting in research activities. You will use innovation and problem solving and may help to design experiments and procedures to achieve project objectives. Research Assistant 2s are assigned to program projects as needed. You will have a detailed knowledge of all aspects of laboratory research, and you will be comfortable working both individually and in highly collaborative teams. You will possess good organizational and interpersonal skills.
This position requires a highly motivated and flexible person experienced working with mice in research who can succeed equally well working individually and in a highly collaborative team. Duties will include assisting in mouse colony maintenance and performing research on basic cancer biology and developing novel diagnostic and therapeutic tools in rodent models as well as general molecular biology lab techniques.
Duties Include but are not limited to:
CEDAR laboratory research:
- Always exemplifies and promotes CEDAR culture
- Participates in research execution of CEDAR program(s)
- Will involve research with rodents. Must know how or be able to learn to handle, manipulate, inject, isolate tissues from and image mice
- Assists in mouse colony maintenance. Sets up breedings; weans and PCR genotypes pups
- Must keep accurate records of mouse colony breedings and genotypes
- Provides updates and works closely with Animal Research Core
- Performs other general molecular biology laboratory techniques
- Provides stability and continuity of knowledge as people and projects change
- Meets regularly with lab managers to identify potential synergies and reduce inefficiencies across projects
- Acts as a project backup – must be able to fill in for multiple project needs. This will be especially important in the early stages of CEDAR. All CEDAR laboratory operations personnel are expected to fulfill multiple roles especially while CEDAR is growing
The duties of this position include: Staffing the Adventist Health Portland Emergency Department as assigned by the Chair; participation in education of medical and paramedic students, house staff and nurses; participating in Emergency Department quality assurance activities.
- The faculty member will be expected to have a strong commitment to developing the practice into a vibrant clinical and academic operation, which is successful from both a professional and business point of view.
- The PA or NP faculty member will be assigned a MD/DO supervisor in the practice, whom they will meet regularly to work collaboratively both on professional growth and faculty development. If the faculty member is a PA-C, supervision will be provided by an MD/DO supervisor as per OMB requirements.
- The PA or NP faculty member’s schedule will include (based on 1.0 FTE may be less based on FTE hired into), half days with direct patient care, and the supervision of students and other university learners at the OHSU Family Medicine clinics, which includes Immediate Care practice. A portion of a work day is provided for administration and scholarly activities. The expected work week for this position will be flexible with rotating to different Family Medicine clinics, and flexible with rotating Saturdays and some of the weekday hours would be in the evening.
- Our ultimate goal is to expand our urgent care hours to include Sunday as well, and as such there is a possibility that the position will include rotating Sundays.
- The faculty member will be expected to participate in continuing education, professional and faculty development and scholarship as directed by his/her department.
- Cell culture & mouse xenograft implantation
- Rodent handling, macroscopic fluorescence imaging & tissue resections
- Cyclic immunostaining, scanning fluorescence microscopy & image analysis
- Attendance and presentation at lab meetings, contributions to publications as requested (writing, figures, data), contributions to applications for funding as requested (writing, figures, data)
The Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) Department of Diagnostic Radiology is seeking a well-trained, subspecialized radiologist to join an MSK imaging team dedicated to outstanding patient care, resident and fellow teaching, and academic excellence.
Clinical responsibilities will include general MSK radiographs, MRI and CT (including sports, oncology, rheumatology), diagnostic MSK ultrasound, and attendance at interdisciplinary conferences. The section also performs a high volume of CT and US-guided procedures, including spine and extremity biopsies, osteoid osteoma radiofrequency ablations, and joint injections.
- Preparation and operation of batch and column reactors for determining the rates and products of chemical reactions in environmental media.
- Sampling of reactors and analysis of target chemical concentrations by UV-vis spectrophotometry and gas- or liquid-chromatography.
- Analysis of chemical concentration data, including using calibration curves and basic modeling of kinetics.
- Maintenance and operation of anaerobic glove boxes, updating laboratory supplies and their inventories, using and developing standard operating procedures, maintaining laboratory safety protocols.
- Documenting and reporting results, including making and giving presentations, drafting reports and other documents.
- Cooperating with other researchers in the Tratnyek research group and other nearby laboratories on collaborative activities.
- This description is not intended to be all-inclusive, and the incumbent may be required to assume additional duties as assigned.
The Knight central finance team is responsible for financial management and oversight of the Knight Cancer Institute's financial resources and coordinates foundation fund management with the OHSU Foundation. Our finance team is recognized as leaders and role models in the field of financial analytics and finance management. The team is routinely sought after to co-develop new programs and/or train others in similar positions.
Duties and responsibilities include providing post-award support for all Knight Cancer sponsored project activity including tracking expenditures, reporting, analysis, and projections/forecasting, as well as ensuring compliance with sponsor, university, federal, and Center requirements, managing sub-award agreements and invoicing, and providing budgeting assistance. This position communicates and resolves issues with Principal Investigators, prepares quarterly reports on all grant activities for the Knight Cancer Director and senior-level Principal Investigators, and makes adjustments. This position maintains Labor Distribution (LD) for all knight cancer faculty, researchers, and staff and works with the center’s financial analyst to ensure full coverage for all faculty and staff across all funding sources while ensuring that FTE paid appropriately reflects effort spent. This position provides continual evaluation of actual effort versus proposed and reviews all effort certification statements.
1. Every Knight Cancer employee is expected to embody our guiding principles:
- We act BOLDLY—Breakthroughs require pushing the boundaries of science, exploring new frontiers, and thinking differently
- We SUPPORT each other—Respect leads to trust, which leads to excellence
- We work as a CONNECTED team — We must leverage our collective brain power to conquer cancer because no one individual can do it alone
2. Act as Senior Post Award FA for the cancer center by using Cognos, Oracle, UFO, and other databases as necessary, develops, maintains, and presents monthly grant expenditure tracking reports including expenditures to date, projected expenditures, and projected ending balances for approximately 60-80 active sponsored projects (federal, foundation, and industry sources) including two Center grants, one foundation grant with 25 sub-projects, and grants with multiple sub1awards. Meets monthly with faculty to review status and make adjustments as needed.
- Manages multiple sub-award Agreements including requests to OPAM to create the Agreements, receipt and approval of invoices, and tracking sub-award payments as necessary.
- Reviews all expenditures and FTE for award Principal Investigators and Key Personnel to ensure compliance with award and proposal requirements, as well as Departmental, University, and Federal policies. Reviews and approves requisitions for grant-related expenditures.
- Prepares summary reports of all sponsored project data, presents data to the Center Director, Administrative Director, and senior level Principal Investigators quarterly for review, makes changes as necessary.
- Identifies and resolves problems, assures appropriate and timely correction of expenses that posted incorrectly.
3. Coordinates with colleagues and institutional partners:
- Works with Pre-Award staff to complete Progress Reports and non-competing continuations; justifies projected surpluses at the end of project periods and works with faculty to define future spending plans. Provides salary/OPE data for knight cancer personnel to PreAward staff in other departments as needed.
- Using Oracle, completes all Labor Distribution changes for all knight cancer faculty, staff and students; completes LCTAs as required under post award activities. Provides labor schedules as needed for Other Support pages.
- Manages semi-annual Effort Reporting.
- Provides ad-hoc reports to Center Director, Administrative Director, and Principal Investigators upon request.
4. Faculty Analysis and Planning:
- Works with Knight Cancer’s Finance team / Analysts to forecast, analyze, and plan coverage of all faculty and research staff across all sponsored and non-sponsored funding sources; to ensure that FTE distribution matches work completed; and to ensure compliance with all Federal, OHSU, and Departmental policies.
- Employ cost-benefit analysis / return on investment analysis for new and ongoing financial requests, including assessment of program performance
- Conduct independent and accurate financial analysis and evaluation of cases of complex or unusual nature
The duties of this position include:
- Serving as an attending physician at OHSU, Portland VAMC, Beaverton Knight Cancer Institute
- Teaching medical students, house staff, and fellows
- Attending OHSU weekly Chart Rounds (by conference call) & neuro-oncology tumor board
- Attending quarterly M & M conference
- Actively engaging in clinical practice as an employee of OHSU at OHSU Hospitals and Clinics (collectively, “Hospital” and, except as otherwise provided in this paragraph 7 of the “Clinician Employment Agreement,” not otherwise)
- Complying with the bylaws, resolutions, policies and standards of OHSU in effect and as may be amended from time to time, including without limitation:
- any compliance program or policy,
- the OHSU Patient Care policy,
- the OHSU Code of Conduct policy,
- the OHSU Conflict of Interest policies,
- all policies and requirements regarding the preparation and maintenance of medical records and the billing for patient services, and
- OHSU Policy No. 03-30-060
- Participating in and complying with the OHSU Faculty Practice Plan (“FPP”)
- Maintaining a good standing license to practice medicine in the state of Oregon and any other jurisdiction where licensure is necessary in order for a Clinician to perform the professional services contemplated hereunder and to maintain medical staff privileges at the Hospital
- Complying with:
- all applicable laws and regulations relating to the practice of medicine and the billing of clinical services,
- all standards and requirements of any applicable contract for patient care services,
- all requirements of any lease of clinical space occupied or used by a Clinician;
- the directives of the Department Chair; and
- any additional terms and conditions of employment specifically contained in Exhibit A of the “Clinical Terms and Conditions” agreement
- Participating in committees and performing administrative tasks as requested by, and to comply with the directives of, the FPP Board of Directors and the Department Chair.
The appointee shall provide services as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the university’s missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service.
Provides full spectrum family medicine care, (including obstetrical care (OB), though it is preferred and not required). The provider will directly see patients in their clinic eight half days per week and have two half day’s available for administrative duties/scholarship duties. Expectations for number of patients seen per half day will be commensurate with that of other faculty and with minimum target numbers of 8-10 visits per half day depending on complexity of the patient population. Documents using the electronic health record and maintaisn complete and timely patient care documentation consistent with OHSU and Family Medicine policies and procedures.
Works collaboratively with full and part time faculty to maintain an active practice, and is expected to have a strong commitment to developing the practice into a vibrant clinical and academic operation, which is successful form both a professional and business point of view. Will also be available for teaching activities including but not limited to resident precepting, student precepting, didactics and more.
By mutual agreement between the Department and the physician, this position may include Inpatient Care (HMC and OHSU) with call duties being shared with the faculty inpatient call group.
The Appointee will be expected to participate in seeing patients during expanded access hours in the clinic, including their share of evenings and weekends, and call coverage.
Compensation for the position will include a University base academic salary and a clinical incentive system based on productivity, as well as, personal initiative.
One senior research assistant position is available for a motivated candidate to join the Zhang laboratory in the Division of Oncological Science within the Knight Cancer Institute at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). The Division of Oncological Science is a collaborative and multidisciplinary division with a broad range of expertise and well established research programs in the following four disciplines: cancer system biology, medicinal medicine, cancer data science, and cancer population science.
This position will assist in research to characterize common chromosome and copy number deletions observed in leukemia patients. The overall goal of this project is to understand how one copy deletion of tumor suppressor genes predisposes to leukemia development and how could we use the leukemia specific vulnerabilities, including the haploinsufficient phenotype observed in patients with chromosome and copy number deletions to develop synthetic lethal therapeutics.
The Zhang is highly invested in mentoring individuals in the group both scientifically and professionally and promoting personal growth at work.