TeleMedicine position with Rhino Medical Services - 23150829
**Urgent Care Locum Tenens in Telemedicine**
We have received a locum tenens request from one of our National Contract Management partners for Telemedicine Consults for urgent care facilities in: Texas, California, Indiana and Washington, [link removed] The physicians interested in this project must be able to see all ages of patients for primary care needs.
A brief summary of specifics is outlined below for your review. If you would be available or know a colleague in search of a new position, please call, text or simply reply to this email for additional information - we offer exceptional referral bonuses for your help!
- Seeking Family Physicians available to Begin Immediate Credentialing for November 1, 2021 Start Date
- No minimum shift requirements
- Available Schedule: Monday through Sunday; 11PM-11AM;
- Expected volumes will be up to 2-4 encounters per hour with 10 minute duration.
- Board Certified Family Practice Physicians
- Active/Unrestricted: Texas, Indiana, California or District of Columbia State License (Where Appropriate)
- Company issued laptop, headset, webcam (Provided by our client)
- Physicians provided: cell phone, internet, and quiet, professional HIPPA compliant work environment
- Telemedicine platform is a secure video platform and EMR
- Key measures of success are timely initiation of requested telemedicine encounters and patient experience as measured by Net Promoter Scores (NPS)
- Tele-Clinician will receive a text notification when patient’s appointment is scheduled and once the patient enters the waiting room. Tele-Clinician logs onto tele-platform and EMR to engage with patient for virtual visit. Documentation is completed in EMR and can e-prescribe any new medications if needed.
- 24/7 technical and workflow support is available through our client’s call center.
- Initially, treat symptomatically if needed or e-prescribe medications. We do not prescribe narcotics or controlled substances. If patients need labs, imaging, or referrals, they should be referred back to their PCPs and/or local urgent care and/or emergency room depending upon their clinical needs.