JOBSUMMARY/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Under the direction of an assignedsupervisor, this position works with limited supervision to provide day-to-daymanagement of the AccreditationCouncil for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) residency programand fellowship program. Ensures compliance with the non-clinical ACGME accreditationrequirements, AmericanBoard of Medical Specialties (ABMS)requirements, and state and federal regulations. Supervises residents andfellows who are assigned to clinical rotations (Emergency Medicine, FamilyMedicine, and Internal Medicine). Manages the program budget, enforces policiesand procedures, manages the annual recruitment process, and serves as theliaison between the residency program, fellowship program, and the University -teaching hospitals, accrediting body, applicants, and the public.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Serves as the department head of all non-clinical ACGME accreditation requirements for the training programs and residents. Provides leadership of the programs in the absence of the Program Director.
Liaisons between the program and hospitals, ACGME, and the public.
Manages the resident block schedule, call schedule, annual program orientation, and resident compliance according the GME and hospital requirements.
Approves/denies annual and sick leave requests. Handles resident grievances.
Manages the Clinical Competency Committee twice a year.
Maintains and documents the evaluation processes and program budget for support and recruitment fund. Measures and documents residents' academic performance.
Manages the accreditation process. Manages ACGME site visits and special reviews. Completes annual web ads. Teaches an annual conference on the ACGME resident survey.
Manages the American Board of Medical Specialty requirements and state/federal regulations. Tracks board passage rates and reporting to ACGME and GME office. Maintains/provides proper documentation for audits.
Implements and manages New Innovations Residency Management Suite database modules to analyze outcome data and improve program efficiency for the residents, faculty, and staff.
Sets up the National Resident Matching Program/Electronic Residency Application Service (NRMP/ERAS) annually. Reviews all applicant documents and conducts the initial selection for the hiring committee.
Sets up and schedules, interviews, and tours for applicants and faculty.
Prepares final rank order list for NRMP.
Performs other related duties as required.
Internal Number: 194366
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