Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center (BMDACC) invites applications from Board-Certified/Board Eligible Medical, Radiation, or Surgical Oncologists for a newly created leadership position focused on providing high-quality, high-value comprehensive care in BMDACC facilities in Arizona and Colorado.
The position includes a dual role as the Chief Medical Officer for Oncology Quality, Safety & Value at BH. The physician should have expertise and experience in quality improvement principles, and of clinical and operational processes, as well as the ability to engage members of the health care team in supporting value initiatives. Formal training in quality improvement is highly desirable, as is experience with implementation of clinical pathways and cost/value propositions. The position involves clinical care and clinical research activities as well as expectations for participating in the teaching mission of the institution.
BMDACC has undergone remarkable growth as well as becoming a trusted destination for many cancer patients throughout the region. In addition to the main cancer center at Banner Gateway Medical Center, the program now provides services at eight other Banner hospital campuses (including Northern Colorado). Banner Cancer Specialists employs over 200 physicians and advanced practice providers, representing over 20 specialties. Banner-MD Anderson Cancer Center is increasingly recognized in the Southwest for its multidisciplinary disease-site teams and expertise, exceptional patient experience, and the extent of its treatment, diagnostic, and support services. With over 75 active clinical trials serving over 300 patients per year and publications in some of the most respected medical journals, the research program is robust and increasingly distinguished for its success.
Banner Health, the largest health care system and employer in Arizona is ranked in the top 10 health care systems nationwide operating 30 hospitals, including three academic medical centers, three inpatient pediatric medical centers, and a host of other related health care entities across six states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Nebraska, Nevada, and Wyoming. As a partner member of the MD Anderson Cancer Network®, our cancer program is a fully integrated, clinical extension of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and brings an unprecedented level of cancer care to the greater Phoenix area. We share a commitment to evidence-based, multidisciplinary, and individualized patient care. Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center in Gilbert, AZ was opened in 2011 and was MD Anderson's first full clinical extension outside of Greater Houston.
Interested applicants are encouraged to upload your letter describing your qualifications along with CV to: Division Chief of Integrated Cancer Care For questions, please email Lisa Kent, Executive Recruiter, at: email@example.com Please, No Agency Solicitation.
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