Sep 14, 2023
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Dental Director General Summary: Oversee and evaluate Dental services provided by Hope Health. Ensure the implementation of current clinical best practices in the management of Center patients in accordance with Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC), HRSA guidelines and standards. Oversee the dental management activities, including provider recruitment, development and retention, established and achievement of provider productivity benchmarks, clinical quality improvement, utilization management and/or peer review, and risk management to ensure quality, cost-effective care for specific populations. Develop, implement, evaluate, and revise the Center’s Dental Performance Measures in accordance with BPHC HRSA standards. Protect the dignity, privacy, and confidentiality of patients and their families, as well as co-workers and others. DUTIES andamp; RESPONSIBILITIES •Retain, supervise, mentor, and evaluate provider and dental staff. •Orientate new dental providers and assess their skills and expertise to manage and treat patients and to perform medical procedures consistent with Center policy and procedure in accordance with BPHC HRSA guidelines. •Oversee and assure adequacy of dental staffing through management of an equitable schedule time off. •Approve or deny requests from dental staff to attend various medical education conferences. •Serve as the member of the Clinical Quality Assurance/Performance Improvement (QA/PI) Committee and assure the implementation of a clinical quality improvement program, including chart reviews, revising monitors, and making recommendations to the QA/PI Committee, CEO, and the Board of Directors regarding quality improvement. •Shall actively participate in the Center’s peer review process, which includes chart reviews and reporting on the findings, outcomes, and progress. •Assure the development, implementation, and evaluation of the Center’s annual Health Plan (Clinical Performance Measures). Prepare an annual report of outcomes and proposed revisions for the Board’s approval. •Shall participate in the annual review of the Clinical/Dental Policies and Procedures Manual, and finalize approval. •Develop and implement written dental policies, procedures, protocols, and standards of care based on current clinical best practices and community norms. •Shall effectively assist the dental staff in the development and training of educational programs for staff and patients. •Assure provider staff compliance with applicable dental and Center policies and procedures. •Work with the CEO, the Leadership Team, and Board of Directors to achieve the Center’s mission.
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